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MINISTERS TO EMPHASIZE
NECESSITY FOR ECONOMY ^prclal Sermon* to lie I'rcachrd Today i In Connection With Nutlonnl Cum- | pnljen on Sarins lllchmond. ministers generally will preach tpe 1 sermons In their rc spoctlve churches today as a tcaturc ( of the National Thr.ft NVeok drive ; emphasizing tMo religious duties of a ; person's sharing a part of his mwin.' w:th others by giving to unse tl.-h causcs and to bring out the tact that j a man's thoughts about money niat- I tern are fundamentally rmated to his . character development. Kvorv mlnlstei in the city was re- i quested by the Itiehrnoiid national [ thrift committee to mention t o move merit lodav. and many responded that j th.jv would k adly preach 0:1 the sub , ject because of the great good th;u ; 18 certain to result. J Today is known as 'Mia re With, Others Day" in the national drive, ana is based on the motto: "The hoarding j of tnonej makes a miser, whether ho j hoards pennies dollars. I ho hi vetting of money for tl e 1 ?eutit o: Others, when w.selj done, makes a goo:! citizen." ( nmpiiici". (iel? t'.mler \\ aj"< The nation:'.! campaign opened in Richmond and throughout the country yesterday on the two hundred and fourteenth birthday of Benjamin , Franklin. Speakers were tent in j inunv plants, and headquarters opened , at nlo Ka.-t Min street. hut the in- , tensive drive j" all sections of ilie citj will not open until tomorrow. Posters have been ilistrih-.ited and j etr.king chart exhibits ami drawings have been placed in nearly iiity dif erent locations. On Monday speakers will ho sent into everv rai road shop in the city, i more than a score of manufacturing I plants and factories, theaters, schoo'. and other places where there are k' '.h- . crir:gs of e.tizens. Mot ion-picture the- ? aters also are showing special slides Of an educational hara-'t. r. "It.nnk I!nOlncrvnl. Yesterday ,was "Hank I >a>?." for the purpoue of 'calling attention to the great service tiiat banking Institu tion k render to the community and to i:rg-> the .people to establish hunk ac counts its order to help these institu- ! Hons meet the demands that are made upon them. ,\t the same time, t li < r practice of thrift and economical liv ing is carried "'.it. :? * urged hy the savings division of the Treasury De partment. Tomorrow will h? "Nation: ' !,:!> In surance Day." to teach tin people the value of life insurance as a pre; ction for .oved on*.'-', for the families of such men are seeurc It provides saving. Investment and protection in all. rnd the doctrine will be preached by all speakers in their noon-day am; evening: talks to the half-hundred Richmond audiences they v. ill ad dress. NEED $69 TO COMPLETE FUND FOR POOR FAMILY Total of SIM Subscribed to VI?l A\ o ninit, lnin<lil llnvlinitd anil Their fhllil. Contributions received yesterday by i The Times-Dispatch relief fund makes , a total of ilSl raised for the bench* of case No. 15, which is a poor family : of three, in need of Immediate assist- j ance. Unable to be of any assistance to ? her family because of a broken arm, t "the wife and mother in patiently wait ing for the time when she can take! her place again In providing for licr ; Invalid kv.sh.ind and little child. Because of paralysis the husband '*?' | -prevented from being of any help to ? the family, and when sho was in pos session of her strength the mother' took pleasure In disposing of her bur- : "dens, heavy as they \v< rc. in attending to her housework and doing outside \ work as well as sewing in an effort i to keep her family from starvation. The appeal for for their relief I ; was made, of which 51S1 has been J raised, with indications, from the wide ? Interest taken in the case, thai I lie j ? remaining $<>0 will be raised within . ^ the next few days. All contributions for the benefit of , this energetic little woman who has met with misfortune, should he ad- 1 ..".dressed to The Times-Dispatch relief fund, case No. IS. Fallowing nre the receipts acknowl- i edged yesterday: C.i fiV Hun. Orange County. Va * " 00 j f. H. Watkln*. Kenbridge. Va. r> (D Sirs. U. S. Dickinson, Douisa, Va ! 00 i ? Friend. Taimberton, N. f* Vi 0"i "Weonds X Tlonds I 0o Cash, two workers i' no ! M. K. T 1 f'O ?Cash, registered letter, f-'tuart Avenue ... ." 00 2S on - .Previously acknowledged . >? * isi oo EXPLAINS NEED OF $20,000 FOR REDUCING WALFORD DEBT V. W. C\ WorkiTu Completing I'lnn* fur Drive to Slnrt mi January 27. Of the $50.00 * to bo raised 5m the Jtichmond V. W. O. A. financial drive. Janunry 27-81. the sum of S'-IU"".' alone will bo applied t'? the reduction o the mortgago <>n the W.Uford. business women s hotel, at Third and Main .Streets. .lust why this sum Is needed for the Walford has been the subject of many Inquiries made at the Y. \V. <\ A. head quarters. ?> North Fifth Street. In dis cuFs.ns tliis. Mis* Km ma K /.nayinger. ;eneral tarj of the V. W. C. A., emphasized that the hotel is regarded n.? h permanent need foj* professional nnd business women. ' ?This :aet Is demonst rated." she said, "by i lio lone waiting women who wish acoomin?ilalioii?." i The Walford " staled Miss Zanr.in- ' ^or. "was acquired in April. ll'l!* a:? a war emergency for transient quests at a cost of .-(iii'.ooo. IJetore we gained occupancy. January I. li'li*. the armis tice had been signed, and on March t I'.'IO. we opened tiio house t?? accom modate permanent and transient musts. We can take care of llfty-flve permanent uuerls and fifteen transi- , ents, who, pay from *10 per mouth, iivtl :i doul>l' room, to per montli. in :uj sing.e room with batli. ThesJt figure.*^ do not include board. "/.ens than Sl'V>?u> ens paid on ac count of the purchase price." Miss J'.an/.imrcr continued, "and we have curtaiied the mortgage, ?2S,IH'0. and vendor's lien. $JI.."??(?. i>>- $:>..*?? 0. The interest on tiiis indebtedness is about per mouth, which wo cannot meet from the proceed.- from rent. The re cents of the Watford amount to "KiL'eo annually, and the expenses are fl0,20'.?. leaving a profit of ?;;.000. which. Is insufficient to meet the Interest. ' Therefore. we are asking for J.0,000 to reduce the principal, and thus ho able i t<> meet the interest, on the remaining ' Indebtedness." JAIL BUSINESS IS DULL I'onr 1la??nclmset Im Tmvits Close iSi stitutioiiN :iii?t utlirri Mioi\ t'a! rol:n:ie Itcduceil. t Hy Absoeiatcd I'ret'-;. 1 r.OS TON*, .Ian. 17.?The jail popula tion of Alass.ij'h?iset'-s have diminished p > rapidly di.?i:ic the last few month?; that county jails at Wowell. Taunton Ktid Ne .cburyport and l'ichburg have b ? n ordered closed. Tvefty-llv? county institutions winch have accommodation? for G.ioa ;>r s iners. housed a daily average of .ji'y during the last month. In ? iit.on ; > prohibition another reason .-.-?sued j- high wages. Three Hoston n !\n drnni; woofl alcohol mixtures v John Mnrlr jTorn obsequies .last Mglu were In hospitals to-lay. WAGE GAIN 2*41 PER CENT ?frntan Workmen Iteeelvc* Mm h lltcher Pay Tluin in (DM, lint l.i\iiiR Com Is lllgli. 1'OLOfiNi;. .'an. 17.?The averag" Iriilv v.-ap- of workingmen in Germany lias increased ! 1 per ceu; hikI ot w < ? - men per -out since 101-1, according to tV.< Imperial Workers' Gazette, Germany. Tho greatest increase w.i in the case <-f tin- electrical industry. According t<?? ati article In a te, -nt Issue of the Cologne Gazette th.- ex penses of maintaining a family of four persons totals :.'(?> marks a wc or, 1^.4SU a year. Held for Co?**-|?iar American l-'llin*. J5< iTTKItDAM, .lan. 17.?A .! eh to Xliiiwe llotterdnmselic Cou-.uit I f!ates that a d'rr .-tor of a Danish Urn dealing in inovine picture lilms has b.-en arrested at < nli:-sr--n. charged with copying \m. rie: n films and send ing fli'.vn to Germany. M ft is the root of nearly all digestive evils. If your digestion is weak or out & of kilter, better eat less ?j and use IK ? the new aid to better U digestion. Pleasant to take?effective. Let Ki moids help straighten out your digestive troubles. $ MADE BV SCOTT Si ROWNi: HINDENBURG IS GETTING RICH t?crnuiii f.'enernl (irH l.nrire Sum Kront A liter ten In r?i)iucnt for Mlrrnry Work. .Ian. 17.?Klold Martdiut \on llncKnberjr bills fair to hccome a millionaire trotn his writings nc cordittK to the Now Rerlln CJaaetto. It is reported tliat he has sold some "f '''/ in America for U'.ooo pounds sterling, which, at present cx Z..n wo1ul,? amount to about 2, (iiio.imio marled. Hip newspaper adds this comment: the i.erman army lenders under . land .lie imiiml ami dollar reckoning hotter than i hey did the U-boat ??h:tin:e?-the strength of the American arm\ ami th? American tanks," DEVELOP NITRATE FIELDS I m|irot riueut of ,\o?v Port Will Chilean and llollvlnn l'iel<i.s More AeccNHihlc. \ A I.I AltAISO, .Ian. 17.?I ?evrl.>pinent of ' ho ii it rate (bills of Northern fliilo and Itoiivia Is expected to result from improvements of the port of Antol'a K'as?:t. which now are in progress al ,i .<?si estimated ;? t t" 1.700.000. Inereased I I'lmiii'ivo with imiivla also is ex pected. Antofagasta lias had a poor harbor. ? :*i"l ii - < >nre.ted l.\ r.illway with Ilitarichaea and I'otosi.' Itolivta. .Silver ores and nitrate from Northern Chile-j and Molivia are -hipped from this port. Does Your Do? Twitch? 7 j.rn It's prartically eerta'n that he has *-onu?. Wotm him nc oucc with Jy.-rg^anl's Suf Shot und use It once * .month to keep liis system clr.in. Price 60*:. At your dealer's; If a il, W. I lie as. A*k roiir Drue. Spotting Condi Stor*. Pet Shop Blxnit Hi" full line of .Sergeant's Dog MeiUcU>ei>. tor firry <K'>i ailment. All suiuan teed satisfaction or money .back^ ?? ??? . i r 40 ii.l :;c C> t k . ? Hill! ;? Ailno-nt I'll.'ft full ?Iir< ? tl<m.- )!<?* to f. <1 un.l trait: (i?t? Illustrate! with pictures of ?. win.iiu: <loc ? IV 't Mlll.-r Dnnr Co.. l:!< i '?'??I. I. V.. If your < J ? ?: * I < r <.:<ntiot j"U. write to u->.?Ad\. liVd vnur rtsMi lm\. ?tool an THIS SEASON'S SHOES ORIGINALLY $10 TO $16.f,0, ON S A L i: NOW AT THE COHEN CO. Save Your Eyes In the vast mnjority of Instances the best agent lor eye conservation i.s glasses. Von clean your teeth once or more a clay ?to conserve theui. What are you doing about your eyos? Are they any less valuable? Think it over ?then wear UKKITSTISI x GLASSKS. Optometrist ?> Opticiait 20D NI.5th Stte?c. Ileiuet'ti iirontl ami Grace Streets. i I ^ h IJ A Delicious Laxaiive for Consiipaiion DO you get up happy? Do you get up with a smile for everything and everybody? Do you whistle and sing? Does your day's work go like the lilt of a song? If not, there is something wrong with you. If you get up with a bad taste in the mouth, a dull head, or a grouch, you are below par. You are not fair to yourself, to your family, or your business. Be well and you'll be happy. Start Each Day With A Smile, start off full of "pep", make each morning the beginning of a perfect day. BOAL'S Rolls will help you. They're your friend. They will do it by keeping the inside of your body sweet and clean and free from poisons that cause constipation and illness. They arc a delicious laxative, the most delicious thing you ever tasted, made of Real Fruits medicinally prepared in the form of a fruit confection. Ivach package contains six Rolls, each a luscious mouthful. Get Boal'S Rolls today from your druggist, or write us for free sample, BOAL'S ROLLS, 216 West 14th Street, New York P.S. Keep your System clean while Colds and the "VIif ' threaten. ass For Economy Sake Attend the Mammoth Sale of U. S. Army Goods 606 East Broad Street (Over C. D. Kenney's Tea Store) The wonderful values listed below are only a few of the articles. Hundreds of others not mentioned are on sale at the same record-breaking savings. A visit to salesroom will convince you. U. S. Army Olive Drab Wool Shirts These Shirts arc reclaimed, and a part 01' I hem are practi cally new. They retail today $r> to $0. Price, each, $2.00 U. S. Tin Cups Heavy Galvanized Pressed Steel Drinking Cups. Hold 1 <iuarI. Made to last. Kx ccllcnt around the kitchen. fflP 10c Each U. S. Army Khaki and Olive Drab Riding Breeches These Breeches were made for the gov ern men t to stand hard usage. They are practically brand-new. Cotton Khaki, $1.00 Olive Drab, ?2.50 w.i i U! I 1 1 ! I w I i i I i m II i > ? ? i s ? Reclaimed Canvass Leggings 35c Spiral Woolen Wrap Leggings The.so wore the latest type of Ijegrglns Is sued to the troops, nnd are warm ami self adjust l'rice, pair, 75c Army Winter Caps With ear flaps; just (he thing for these cold days, $1.00 Overseas Caps Excellent for school hoys and kiddies, and comfort able, 35c U. S. Long Marine Pants Excellent for carftp c;rs, mechanics, fishermen, etc. Sizes 28 to 40. Army Style Munson Shoes Those Shoos :iro now, .*. n<l were In s;t.'etO"l 5>v the Stephen l'ntney Shoe Co.. ?it ltkhm?>n'1. V?i? oml sold hy the thousands to U. S. Govern ment for use of our hoys at Camp Lee. The pa ir. .50 Itusset Dress Shoe Army style, soft toe, Munson last. $7.50 Boy Scout Haversacks Theso were made for the govern ment of heavy iti-oz. khaki, and will list a lifetime. Make good anclcs for hunters. hool bacrs and mail hapa: without straps. Kach, SOc 2000 Government Army Blankets JUST ARRIVED?SECOND ALLOTMENT New Lot?Class "A" Pure Wool, 68x80?Weight, 4 to 6 Pounds, Price $6.75 RECLAIMED ARMY BLANKETS Pure Wool?Size, (58x80 Price $4.95 U. S. SHELTER HALVES BOY SCOUT TENTS These are the kind they use in the regular army, and are made of 10-oz. heavy khaki, or white duck. Not a toy, but made to last. Every soldier in the army was equipped with a half, which buttoned with another half carried by an other soldier and made a complete tent. ? PA1R $3.95 f, ? * $ l * Brand-New Leather Aviator Coats (Reversible), two coats ifj one; only a few left. $40 AND $45 Also a few sheep lined Coats, $16 AND $18 Overalls Overall Pants arid Jackets, strong and sturdy. Can not he duplicated today under $2.00 the garment, Price, , 75c each New Leather Puttees Excellent for hunters, survey ors. chauffeurs and motorcycl ists. $4.95. U. S. A. COMFORTS These Com fort! are cot ton filled, of the usual coin inercial'variety, size and color. Weight. 4 to 8 lbs., each. 81.50, $2.10, $2.50, $2.85 t i * i ? ? * * 4 ? ; t ? ? * 4 ? Array Wool Underwear Regulation Army Wool Un-^-t dorw 1)1 LTwear?Wool Shirts and drawers that cost the gov eminent originially $2.20. Thev come in all sizes, and \ f'? / K^%: men doing outdoor work will get a good deal of wear and comfort/out, of them. Buy them by tiie dozen while you have I lie opportunity. Per garment. New Rubber Shoes, $1.10 Galvanized Water Buckets 14-quart, heavily galvanized brand-new. Worth 75c to $1, SOc U. S. A. Laundry Bags These are the regulation bar racks bags issued to every sol dier in tlie army. Made of the best material?blue denim. Will last a lifetime. Each, 50c Army Cotton Socks Reclaimed Army Socks., the army used only the best; price, per pair, 5c AH-Wool Socks, 40c. Naval Hammocks, f'-.OO. Army Cote, SXOO. Ofllcers' Tied Rolls, $7.K0. Army and Marine Cartridge Belts, ?i.co. Army I'onchns, <51.75. Combination Atito Robes. ail wool with rubber covering, reversible; can be used on either side, positively waterproof, ICxtra large sice, 5H.OO, !T. S. Army New and Reblocked Campaign Hats?All Sizes, $2.00 Regulation Web Army Belt 25c With brass buckle. Reclaimed Each 4 ' ? v" y U. S. Army Raincoat Slickers $3.25 New Rubber Boots, $4.00 U. S. Government Overcoats Dyed Black and Blue Regulation Army and Marine Over coats. Pure wool. Size 34 to 44 chest. Weight, 8 lbs. U. S. Overcoats. Price, only $15.00 U. S. Army Raincoats (Cape Back) $ Single breasted, olive drab color, with black enamel i buckle fastener, result of two years' experiments by ?[ army experts. Cost the government approximately ^ $8.00 each. Price $6.50 ? ?