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VOLUME XXVI. NO. 33.
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1909. PRICE. FI\ NTS. WHITE PROPERTY OWNERS OBJECT. * - - Attempt to Prevent the Erection of the New Bank Building. A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE TROUBLE-BUILDING INSPECTOR BECK WAITS ON THE STREET COMMITTEE-? COPY OF THE PETITION. aus ;inil l ' ' ItBf "i' bmond, ? j in tin? itldlae luso? ter I Bee build . northv. Alt ? from t. iborhood. all block up to tt. bloc* ? In that q along the bolld? ? : m to 11,? I building Ktru peOd : < 'hur us and . bbormood .1 tb.? ! !T lor the I limited by tic north. rowtta ? '.it!. ? ?bur. ?t OB !> * ? until th? determined to ftd us. olored i.. will b?? th.? tirst build : r and ? b> colored ? on < : VISITKO BUILDING INSPECTOR. John Mitchell, Jr..| defll <>[ tin- Mechanic?' Savinusl Bank w?'iit tlown to tb.? City Halli and visited Building Inspector Bock, who informed bin that he had not 'had tun.? to look over tb?? ftlnM whit b had hen? filed in the oghM h trsetov l> .i Farrar, but that he would as soon as he could con ? ntly <io so. but h?? was bu? NOTI FI El) BY TME.? I.RRK. ?? had b?-en noti? fied by the c'ierk of th?? Committ??? on S'r??t.- that an Hpplication had th?? OOflsBmittet for th?? ?'?ti?t>lis-r?m? i.t of a building lin? on the block on which the Mechanics' Saving? Hank proposed to build had a discretionary time limit of ten which in all cases of this kind he deemed it advisable to take and eeeJd ft>r that reason decline to issue the building permit, although he saw no objection to the building and as the law now stands, be felt that he could not refuse to grant it. WOULD WAIT FOR THE COMMIT? TEE. I Ht would wait until after the 16th when the would < onsider the application of two-thirds of the owners of property in that block. Mr. Mitchell went to Mayor D C. Richardson, City Engineer Charles E. Boiling and Chief of the Fire Department. Mr. W. H. Joynee. He called lo see the City Attorney. After satisfactory conferences with all of them, he later called on the Clerk of the Street Committee in order to see the application for a 1 I HONORABLE COMMI I ?F THE cm betting ?mi th? north and n.:r.i ? and ixt.nt Of w?ii rt\ will fully on fiW* in th?> City ? of m hi? h .iched, h< ou. in pureuan<v of -.r dinnm?? approvi >1 DtwmN". An ordinance to require iblish u building Un? on mk|> aquan va of twothtrdi ot lb* property uli : ?r th? tan? and :. ? the II b> tin? Building tor for ot an] building, lin?? th?ti a bullding lin? and Third :h?? same ? r th?? Build Richmond ally, ' , w Alti: ER Ml ' REDFORD ? S'? LIN iLVED 1?> ti,? the City of < with an ordinance a| mber 7, i!?os. entitled, an ordi? nane? "to authorina and require th?? Comi !?? ?* buildil nil in ae Tition of the thirds Of th?? properfi fronting on tii?? north d Third inalidii tabltabed block th?? Commit! ta <io tabllali a building Hi said northald? ..i Str??t and Third Str??'t, said building ! d to be 1 ."> ?i.i !? Inehea baric from th?? pr. - ?nt corr? The Clerk of the Committee on Street* i^ hereby ted In aecordanee with said or dlnance to notify the Ballding '? ? r of t?as action of the ? ??i I.UNT DO IT. It will be s.-?'n then that as tin chnnlea' Bani owns a lot 3 1 feet by 16*9 f ! and th.? boOdlng line calls for 15 feet, 6 inches that this would Ibta for th?' Contra? tor of t,he Hank J. ucture 97 >inc tbereonf, Three out Of tin? r the applicants had either di or Indirectly andenvored to th?'ir property at an unusual high price to the M Savings Bank WAN ? Mr. Mitchell was informed that if the Building : declined to grant th? permit an appeal could be tafeen In th?? Hoard of Public Safety, but such ?>.n appeal could not be taken until after the Building In? spector had declined to^esue th?> permit and he would not decline to issue it until the expiration of his ten days of discretionary power had expired and then the Committee on Street? would be expected to act up? on the petition of the property own? ers and pass the same, when he would decline to issue it because it led for H <>n of a build? ing to the street line. AN 1 N< (INSTITUTIONAL ORDI? NANCE. Across tb? ?treat, on the north? east corner, the Bchaaf property was ?iiniit >'.at a _ ; not b?? lawfully I ? ' and ! h brought forth the infort?.ation that h< ? iiy ,,!' hell. Jr ;ng Insp<vtor*s of ? ry ap ? mit. won.I? R r their ?????? ? Aden Individual - OH tb?? noi ? b ? ouM bul r tb? build of the St. PUUl'? < l'i; JBFFE \I. Dr. Jeff? ? to bini tarium ? aildlng eg ? r his purpoesu Ti- to hav?? ? OU kl tint ?Plane lor \? Benh BeM ? ? ?) Inopectoi. plans gled with BnlMlnj ilk ami Office Building at t: of Third and which John Mitchell J ?ill >?? ?? by th.? Bulldinj sp.?. tor pending the action of th?? : iishing a building l;n.? on (' ? and Third. petition of in?? property own mitt???? on the ||th ol .n opini? (?tv At ie Bollding Inope*" t<?r must withhold approval of pian^ building Uno ?s in dispute, or has (<ontimif?| ?.? B*jh)11 All abo;.r?i <h with ?st Church Sunday Bchool, 1909. I A WET MR? ? AD ir.-RP l'ito Fourth Avenu? Chest? nut Hill. 'I'hon*? Madison 2 787-L. IJIIMUM I ml?.wment Paid. Ri? hmond. Va.. July 9. 1909. This is to certify thai I hUTi I from John Mirchfll Jr.. Grand Chancellor of the Grand ?????? of Virginia. Knights of Pyth? ias. ?. ? . S. a.. E, A. A. and A (IISO.oOj One IfonJred and Fif-y Dollars In payment of the death claim of Brother George S. Boone. who was a member of Invincible Lodge. No. C!">. of Richmond. Va. Signed: R. EMMETT JONES. Administrator. Witness: B. P. Vaudervall. S. 8. Baker, D. D. O. C. Qar*tiofl .-? ii.mk Off Baaiteranna, lt : ? urill not ;? ' into I i ai to ti M ? ? Weep al this ? ! at this \<i;u: IIV? own th: II 1 ? tli?'ir _iit Hundred ??? Im- Inetnlled. Th?' ourts * th Chancellor John ? rand (ban r and f> Deputy Grand Worthy Counsellor Anna Taylor will install o h ii n< I Th?? in??!: the Ord? . ?ei an ad - nt outlook. .. H. H. Jones, returned mis? ery from \\ ? of Africa. ? :? hai been at tend ing the Hering M 'Ollege, at Chic. m on a lectur Umr. He ?peni four years and two months during his stay there and two months last summor. il?? li ? r. eher and Im? ug what he is ? talking at Do You Knou Him? Wanted, the present addr? l no at one time ? ? nati eld, ? J. H? also lived at Williamsburg, Va. and other j/lacee Any Information con? cerning him will be gladly re< by FREDERICK S TAGC,ART V J. A FINI. M SSION Tlu? X ort h Carolina In*er-Denomina t ?oiiml Sunday School and Kdn? cation*! C< in veni ion Meet?. Durham, N. C, July 10. ? This city was a scene of Christian activ? ity this week caused by the ?Seventh Annual aession of the North Caro? lina Inter-Denominational Sunday (Continued on Fifth Page.) The Tidewater Sunday School Gonvention. MANY DELEGATES PRES? ET?HARMONIOUS SESSION. I and I Tide? watoM In Church ? ss he I th? ?< 'h<? and ? 11 \ E ? la the dent ? I ' I i ! blish? ? I Th? 1 many d prom, I ventlon to Ninth fittine Dr G Dg pulpit Virgi: It 1! highly edtf)Ing and i< . ind stud] ami preparation, ; I oder of the morning session w " ?vw t?? pointing mittees, and the collection ? Tb?? following km: Fro? .? s port ? ? Sniftl Prof R L Blggn, Glou ? Preuld? A ,i .i Sj Norfolk. Secretary; Aset. ion .Ino. H Rot? inson. Hampton, Cor s Bnmeel Churchill. Norfolk irer; Mr. Chen, f m. Leurln, ?<>n. Statistical Becretnry. The Convention raised for | and admitted fi ? Sund;. ttys ' t<> Gloucester Co. Special reper? from tb?? foliow ace, Home and Foreign -Missions. Com!? Church polity. Christian Education and oth?-r QUOI of vital importance to the ehnrefe and Sunday School workers. TTier?? w. r?? Ml addresses mad?? during the Convention, a which were sermons by Dr. W. A Taylor, of Ree re and Dr. R. II Molding. Dr. Taylor preached an eloquent as well as a soul-stirring On?, which was perhaps the greatest during the convention. Dr. Boiling's sermon was up to hie usual standard and was enjoyed very much. Others were papers by Miss Sarah Rrlnkley, Miss Julia Jones. Mrs. L. V. Knight. Mrs. Mary L, Ruff. Miss Sarah Hodges and Mrs. L. E Hoff? man. All were well prepared and showed that the writers had given special study to conditions. President Lee's annual address, was one that deals with every phase of the Sunday School work, in Vir? ginia, and the Missionary work of hurch H? is II ril and h h.? ? ?id Im] The time ? bom ? ? I arch. I ? f tlw I M I s rUKXTl I I ! I i: n ? . r-ii-on. Guhnred, luaothei I'letlm m the N? ?\ High School. from ? ??i un ! He 1 hirii I : will be THE I V. M. C. ?. ? lire ? rt. ? ? I I at th. V ?! ,? ? 1 ? will a<! at th? I building. T.ii ?rery man Bring the of.'.? : The voluntary rally is on a hum. nian : X busy The ? Do not .fop praying for the Th.? Fourth of .J.ilv w;ts ?a p the lawn of was played with much rVegro National Business League. * and visitors to the tenth -?ion of this organi, fity August who u committee on a. modations t?. prorW? for their en ?iment during the seaslon, will *ify the utideraiimed, so that mints may be made before they leave their homes. WM }i of Com (tighth St: I^)ul8ville. Ky. To Buckroe Beach. Tueeday. July! ?0. J909. ?? ..?.? ??~ Peyton & aj ?.??-?? Wedding Uwuewtw On y ?? brilllan in tl ??lini: A? ",1 I ? Mr ! Edu bmond, V I I ?amnial | Mr Hai and I Dt rif iniiil in ? , I drees? I. Dragged Bach i?? Gallowr? t > rlj dem? v. li? ? l?d back upon th? ?<d ? b!... : fui In breaking I kill??.! of if the enrout 11 that m going to ji'.n ? ? d outing. Mr 111 at for In Culpeper county. Mr and ?Hi .min Jackson proud possessors of a \\\l II ?.I I l\<.' ? with us on oti Onth .ich. Tuee under auspi ? :;iptist Church Sunday School and Hoard of Refr on train in abund :al arrangements hi !?? for tl >n of la?! owl escorts. Also no pains have I spared to make things pleasant for children without parants. m ?al attractions for the day will be Bathing. Crabbing. Foot Races ? ::.i.? A Steam launch has ? I to take passengers to s l'oint, WilJouebt'V Split and Henry. Fare, round trip: Adults. $1.00. Children under 12 years. 5o C Tr.i.n leaves ohi C * O. Station. ind Broad Streets at 9 o'clock: returning leave? Buckroe Beach at lock Sharp. W. ? Johnson, Paator: W. T. White, Supt.. Ja?. ?. Morton. 8ect.: R. T. Hill, Trees ; ? O. Carter. Chairman. m y