WUNT AVENUE EXTENDED '
NORTH TO GRAHAM ROAR.
Glnter Park Citizens Go Before Com
mittee With Cliatnhcrlaync
assured of some relief
Ben W. Wilson Heads Delegation
Wliirh Urges FInanec Members to
Appropriate 945,842.50 or More,
If Xccdcd, to Complete Project.
'.Jinter Park citlnens, headed by Men
^ ? Wilson, appeared before the City
Council's Committee on Kinance last
night and urged that t li?? committee
recommend an appropriation for lhe
completion of the work on Chamfier
Iavno Avenue from Calhoun Street,
north to Graham Hoad. They were
an?ured by Chairman Grundy that the
committee would endeavor to give
them some relief.
In response to a resolution of the
*"omni ittoe, Director of Public Works
Polling had filed with the committee
a letter giving the details of past ex
penditures ??n this work and the neces
sary expenses to be Incurred in its
completion. This letter whs read and
It showed that f45,M2.J?0 was neces
sary to complete the project, exclusive
of the viaduct, v\4hich is otherwise
Snyp Delay Cruised P.xpritNr. -
Mr. Wilson declared that his com
mittee was only asking that Mr
liolllnt? relet the three 'ontraets, which
had been cancelled H<> declared that
Director Boiling had formerly stated
that It would require f 1.000 to com
plete the work and, therefore, he did
not understand the figures In regard
to the J45.S42.!>0. Nevertheless he
urged the committee to -appropr ate
t he latter sum. and if more -was needed
t' could b^ appropriated later.
Mr. Wilson said that one >>f the old
ccntra^-ti.s had been executed in part,
but two of them had been cancelled
entirely. II" declared that procras
t.nation In the matter was causing tin
city a great expense. H>? referred to
t'ne fact that on October 1 the con
tractors are expected to turn over the
viaduct to the city, but that with con
ditions existing at present there was
no roadway to the structure.
Some Action AnKiired.
Some members of the Kinance Com
mittee expressed the opinion that be
fore the necessary appropriation could
be made the Director of Public Works
would have to mak' a d'-fin :e recom
mendation. Councilman Mills replied
that the city wan under contract to
have this work done# .and that there
fore no recommendation was neces
The matter came to an end with the
ansura ?v?. of <""halrman Grundy that
somethint? .would be don* to siive Gin
ter Park citizens needed relief.
A. II. Sand' appeared before the com
n tie*, in reference to the proposed
purchase by the city of the Henrico
County Gas Company's plant. Thl?
matter was on the committee's docket
for last nlirht. hut Mr. Hands was ill
formed by Chairman Grundy that it
would be taken up at a special meet
ing to be called at seme time in the
Hold Kifeiillrr Session.
Councilman Morton a!-o appeared be
f re tile committee and urged th:it
tii*- clt.v immediately take u:> :) '? < | u e h -
tion of an appropriation for the .\
tension of I'ourLh Street. in S linn
Richmond, to the boiler plbnt. He de
dared that the bo.l?-r plant people
were spendintf mill oris o' dollars ~.en-,
and that as the city wa? under con
tract to extend this street ii should
no longer delay. lie also urged the
installing of certain conveniences at
Maurv and Mt. Olivet Cemeteries.
Ju(Ie? J. Ilojre Ricks asked the eom
m.ttee to appropr.ate money necessary
for making some improvements at the
Juvenile Detention Homes.
The committee early in' the even
ing went int. executive session be
hind closed doors.
DEATHS IN VIRGINIA
Mrs. W. I.. Woodson.
I Word was received here yesterday
| of th" death iti Waynesboro. Va.. of
< Mrs. W. I / Woodson. Mrs Woodson
is a daughter of Mr.-. I-'. N Brewer. of
Richmond. Funeral servn-es will he
held from 1102 Floyd Avenue. Inter
ment in Rlverview Cemetery.
Mrs. ttmmn I nldtin-k Comlll.
Funeral services for Mrs
Caldbeck Comill, who r!ie<] yesterday
morning at It o'clock, will he held to
morrow at 10 o'clock A. M. from St.
Patrick's Church, with interment in
Mt. Calvary Cermterv.
Mrs. T.nuisr Itriimca,
[Special to Tiie Times I >ispa t eh 1
PRTERSBCRG, VA.. July 22 ?Mrs.
I.ouise T. Reames, wife of Isham D.
Reames. died at her home in Chester
field. near Wesley Church, yesterday
morninc. She was in the eightieth
year of her age. aiul is survived by
four daughters. all of Chesterfield, anil
bv nineteen grandchildren and twenty
two great-grandchildren; also by two
sisters. The funeral will he held \Ved
i nesday afternoon, and burial will be in
the family burying ground.
Rrv. II.?C. tloore.
TSpecia! to The Times-Dispatch.1
L ClI A RL( ITTKS VI r.LIS. VA . July 22.? !
I Rev. II. C. Moore, aged sixty-five, a
? retired minister of the Christian
Church, who for years served churches
In the Valley of Virginia, in and
around Harrisonburg, died yesterday i
' at his home here, and was hurled at '
4 o'clock this afternoon He was a son
of the late Orris Moore, of near Court
land, Southampton County, and mar
ried Miss Roxunria Davis*, of South
ampton County, who died thre^ months
ago. Seven children Htirvlve. live sons
and two daughters?Kdward and l.ee
Moore, of Richmond; Raleigh Moore, j
of Bodyton: J. C. Moore, of Heaver
Dam; C. S. Moore. Jr.. of Greensboro, j
N. C : Mrs. I'earl Williamson, of Hen
dcrson. N. and Mrs. Anna Taylor, j
of Richmond. Mr. Mooro also leaves
Jacob S. Iifmnn.
fSpeHal to The Times-Dispatch.] |
PKTKRSBURG. VA? July 22.?Jacob
S. I.yman, formerly of Petersburg. en-j
paged In the Insurance business, died j
Monday afternoon in Philadelphia after
a hrief illness. He was sixty-seven ?
years of ape, and Is survived by tlx |
children, several of whom live In j
Ilrtlr Hnjr Wflnitfin.
DTNOHBCRO. VA., July 22.?Miss
Belle Ray Welnstein, thirty-two years i
old. daughter of Jacob Welnstein. of
I.ynchbtirg. dieil Sunday In Baltimore.
havltiK been i!l four months aftor an j
operation. Sh?* is survived by h<*r par
otits. two slf!t?>rs. Mrs. Harry Cohen;
nnd Miss Ida Weinstein. end a brother,
'feiac Weinstein. H<*r body was in-;
terred In Baltimore.
Mrs. Kntr II. Knrlsh. j
I Special to Thf* Times- Dispatch J |
CHARDOTTKSVn.DK. VA.. July ?
The funeral of Mr. Kate H. I" a r
i who died yesterday, was held at H?.3?
o'clock this morning at Ma pie wood ,
I Cemettv. Mrs. Karish was a daugh- j
tor r,f Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Sin
clair. this city, and is survived by
one daughter, Miss Marian S. parish,
arid a stepson, Harry H. 1-arish, or ;
Mtn. Virginia T)l*.
J.?n"cia! to Th" Times-Dispatch.!
ONA.VCOCK. VA.. July 22.? Mrs.
Virginia Dix died at the home of h^r
son. C. c. Dix. of Mapps vllle. aped
movent v-fivc vears. She was th?- widow
nf Isaac Dix. Sho left, three sons.
(? w <? C., and J. S Dix. of Mapps
ville: a daughter. Mrs. J. S. Bui!, of
pocomoke. and two sistors. Mrs Ann.*
Dix and Mrs. Delia Matthews, of Bo!
Mr?. I.nilrn McC'orkle Snip.
r.Spofial to The Times-Dispatch.1
WINCHBSTKR. VA.. July 22.?Mrs.
I .aura M<-f'orkl?? Sale, ag"d p"\rnty
flve. widow of Captain William H.
Rale for many years proprietor of th?
SAYS BOTH TOOK
THE NEW REMEDY
Mrs. William A. Redford, 1912
W. Cary St., Richmond, Is
I'raisine: Plant Juice.
PURCHASED IT AT TRAGLE'S
Relates How the ?w Medicine
Benefited Roth Her Hus
band and Self.
Ninety percent of the ill health of
today can be traced to the stomach,
sine* its chronic derangement is noth
ing but the slow self-poisoning of the
vital organs of the body. When tho
stomach fluid prows weak and un
healthy. the food remains too long In
the stomach, ferments, and generates
foul, poisonous pases, which produce a
fullness or bloating, sometimes caus
ing an unpleasant pressure under the
heart and causing a fear of heart dia
Plant Juice, the nevr herbal system
tonic, acts as a combatant and strikes
directly at these troubles, and the re
sult is astonishing. That this is what
1 Plant Juice in doing is being demon
strated every day vbv the numerous
testimonials r?>ceived^ from local people
who have given Plant Juice a fair
' Mrs. William A. Bedford, who re
sides at No. 1912 West Cary Street, a
popular Richmond lady, tells In the
following, how her husband was re
lieved of a bad case of liver find kid
ney troubi<* by Plant Juice. She says:
"I came to Tragle's Drug Store to
purchase a bottle of Plant Juice for my
husband, who had lost his health, and
his liver and kidneys were in a very
bad condition: he was in great pain,
felt tired all the. time, and never seem
ed to get rested: he was very weak
and nervous, had chronic constipation
and could scarcely eat anything. After
taking this bottle of Plant Juice he
felt so rr.tjch better than ho has con
tinued to take it and is feeling better
and stronger in every way. When he
gets up in the morning he feels rested,
as he is able to sleep at night. 1
have taken it myself with fine results
and we both are glad to recommend
Plant Juice cleanses, strengthens and
revitalizes the whole system. It clears
the blood of poisons and impurities,
puts the lazy liver to cork, regulates
the bowels, strengthens the kidneys
and tones up the digestive organs. It
sharpens the appetite and promotes
sound, healthful sleep.
The Plant Juice Man is at the Trade
Drue Company's store. In Richmond,
where he is daily meeting the local
public and introducing and explaining
the merits of this remedy. Free sam
summer resort at Capon Springs, W.
Va.. illo'I today at Strasburg. wlioro ah?
was spending thu summer. One daugh
ter. Mm. Charles P. Nelson, survives,
burial will'be at L,exington.
.Mrs. Mnrlnn Krnnrr.
fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.]
HKATHSV1L.LB, VA., July 22.?Sirs.
Marian Kenner, Is dead at h^r home
near Sun-iybank of paralysis. She was
foutul at her gate, and never recovered
consciousness. She leaves three chil
I<YN'CHBIItG, VA., July 22.?Helen,
the one-year-old daughter of Mr. ami j
Mrs. Arthur H. Roberts, who llv? near i
Meade's Chapel, Amherst County, died I
at the home of the family yesterday 1
ARMY TRUCKS REACH IOWA
I-'rl s<*o-Hun nil Trnlii Will llf Formally
Welcunieil Into State
CIjIN'TON*. IOWA. July 22.?TV>
Frlseo-bound train of the Motor Trans
port Corps passed out of Illinois this
afternoon and was welcomed to Iowa
by the citizens and officials of Clinton. I
The formal welcome to the State will
h?- extended tomorrow at Cedar Rapids
by Ijieutenant-Governor Moore.
Yesterday's run of elsrhty miles to 1
Dekalb was the mo?) disagreeable of
the trip to Mate because of the heavy
dust. At times it was impossible to'
see twenty yar<ls ahead. Despite the
dust and several stops, excellent time
was made, the objective being reached
at !? o'clock.
.Ioli?'t, Aurora an?l Dekalb all ureeted
the train heartily yesterday and en
tertained with music, refreshments and
speeches of welcome.
Interest irt the traifi and in the
recruiting for the Motor Transport
Corp*' vocational schools is increasins
steadily. At each stop the recruiting
"Hirer is kepi busy answerinc ?jues
tions and glvinK out printed matter
outlining 'he school system. The mov
ing picture showir.e the shops at Hola
f he whys and where
fores of the popu
larity of "Greentree
Clothes" ? You will
find much of it due
to the correct inter
pretation of what the
really Well Dressed
You will like
EXCURSION RATES ON
THE LAST FEW DAYS INCLUDE
Ladies' Oxfords, Pumps and High White Shoes (values AA
up to $10.00)
Men's Oxfords (values up to
$10.00) .; .
Several hundred pairs GROWING GIRLS' PUMPS AA
(values up to $6.00) ?J>?oUU
The better assortments are $3.65, $4.65, $5.65, $7.65, $8.65?
representing the pick of the season.
It pays to have Youngsters?when you realize the prices we
now have on Children's Shoes.
BE ON YOUR WAY EARLY AND DON'T STOP. .
THE SUPREME SHOE SHOP
23 WEST BROAD.
bird and the school equipment drew I
a large crowd last night, as It has
done wherever shown.
Cedar Kaplds, Iowa, will be to
nlght's stopping pjace.
RAISE AMERICA*^ LEGATION
AT BRUSSELS TO EMBASSY
""Ate Forrlicn ReLatlon* Committee
Approve* of President Wilson'*
necom men tint Ion
WASHINGTON, July 22.?President
Wilson's recommendation that the i
American legation at Brussels, Bel- j
glum, be raised to the rank of an !
embassy was approved unanimously)
today by the Senate Foreign Relations
In his letter to Congress transmit- i
ting his recommendation, President;
"You will no doubt h>ave noticed
that France and Italy have recently
taken this action, and it Is authorlta- J
lively announced that Spain and Bra
zil will follow their example. It would |
be. it seems to me, a very proper thing
at this time to show our deep inter
est. at the conclusion of the war. in |
th?? little nation in which so many of
the causes of the war seemed to cen
ter. and whose cause indeed will al
ways seem one of the most striking
evidences of the unscrupulous action of t
Buy the BEST
It gives you the exact
re-creation of the great
artists' singing and
playing. No nasal qual
ity. No "talking ma
Compare and you will un
derstand the great differ
The C. B. HaynesCo.,lnc.
Broad at Second.
MAN IS ARRESTED, CHARGED
WITH SENSATIONAL ROBBERY
Wllllnm II. Tubhn, Cnplurfd n< Hldge
land, Aocunrd of Ilald on Huvnn
nnh Jfwrlry Store.
I By Associated Pre**.]
SAVANNAH. OA., July 22.?William
H. Tubbs, who Is supposed to b?? from
New York, was brought to Savannah J
this morning from Kidgeland. S. C., J
charged with robbing the Jewelry store ;
of Aaron Ij?vy on Rroughton Street
j Thursday of last week. Tubbs is barlly i
wounded, the authorities in South j
Carolina having shot him in capturing J
All of the stolen Jewelry, valued at j
wan recovered except one ring i
to that friend with
!f yoa hare a friend snBFermg
with eczema or other itching,
burning eruption, what greater
kindness coald yoa do him than
" Why don't yoa try Reslnol ?
I know you have experimented
with a doren treatments, bat I
believe Resinol la different. It
does not claim to be a 'care-aLP
? simply a soothing, healing
ointment, free from all harsh
drugs, that physicians prescribe
widely in jost suchcases asyoara.
Do get a jar today!**
worth about $500. The robbery was wan there alone. Tubbs had a, p<mt?
a eensatlonal one, two mm having: card on his person addressed to "Ad?,
entered the store in broad riayllprht j care of Jack Stern. 240 East 'P'ourth
nnrl boun<! and pugged the clerk, who Street. New_Vork.^ ^
! Shirts of this type are a rarity at $1.75, and, In fact,
are so difficult to obtain under present market condi
tions that we cannot hope to duplicate this remarkable
Shirts sold at higher prices could not be tailored more
carefully, and one glance will show that these are all
Shirts of the better kind?in fabric, design and finish.
Splendidly made of:
TToren Madras and fine printed materials In an
excellent ya-iety of patterns and colorings.
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
The New "TEA-FOIL" Package
It's soft and pliable?decreases in size as the tobacco
is used?tobacco docs not cake in the package?no
digging it out with the finger. Keeps the tobacco
in even better condition than tin. Now don't
you owe it to yourself to buy a package
and give Tuxedo a trial??Not quite as
much tobacco as in the tin, but?
Finest Btirley Tobacco
Mellow-aged till perfect
Plus a dash of Chocolate
/I Guaranteed by
J M G O PORATEQ
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