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Excellent Values in
Undermuslin Thousands of daintlly made Undergarments, clcv crly designcd from muslin, cambric and nainsook. Thc beautiful ncedlcwork, the general excellence and elegancc of the trimmings and designs, will captivate your interest. Make your selectlons from thesc dainty Undergarments at these inviting prices: Womcn's Cowrts, made of A Cambric Drawers, with deep muslin, Hubbard yoke, tririi- V flounce, finished with hemstitching and tucks, OC med with four rows of insertion of embroidery and tucks, V shape neck, finished Pfl with rnffle, at. OUC Gowns of longcloth, sllpover style, with lace yoke, lace edge on neck and sleeves, finished with ribbon; regular CC*? prlce $1.00; special. OOC White Skirts, a varicty of styles, all made of good cam? bric, wlth deep knee flounce, trimmed with rows of lace in? sertion and deep rufflc of em? broidery, with dust ruf? flc; regular $1.48 value, QOp White Skirts of good cam? bric, deep white lawn flounce, trimmed with insertion and Tuffle of new pattern embroid? ery, wlth clusters of tucks and dust rufflc, (PI OP^f at, Cambric Drawers, made with flounce of lawn, finished with tucks and hemstitching or flounce of embroidery, with tucks above; an excellent AQ? value for. t;OC Corset Covers, several styles, full French shape, made of good longcloth, trimmed with Val. or torchon edge and Insertion, ribbon finished; regular ?>[_ 39c value, for. __DC Corset Covers, several styles, made of nainsook, trimmed "Filct Val." embroidery or tor? chon, with deep yoke, trimmed' front and back, ribbon finished; 75c and $1.00 A Q alucs, for. TfOC "hmin nnnif nnw n NOT CLE ?But "Bobby" May Descrt His Flock When Truth Is Known in Horton, Kansas. From "sons: Tmnk boy" to Episcopal clergyman is thc hiBtory <>C James Gil bert Roblnson. thlrty-flve years old. who left Riehmond several years aga to .--cck his fortune on the other side ? of the Missl.islppl Rlver. ln daya past "Bobby" Roblnson, as ho wns called, wa.s onc of the best known characters ln tliis city. und thero wus never a circus. fair or thcatrical perforitiance that hc was not in the thlck of tho crowrlo. selllng song books or such other thlngs as ho could disposo of at a nickJe aplece. Yesterday a letter came from S. A. Klllion, of llorton, Brown county, Kan., which said Xtobiuson sceks to get Into the (jood gruees of tho ehureh golng peoplo there, anci that hls meth od ls to preach ou Btreet corners, ln minlstor's nttlre, acccpting tlio liospi tollty of any who may cxtend lt. Kil- [ llon _ays tho strangor's actions havo been bo Intolorable recently that tho community thlnks ho is elther a mad man cr else is on the vergo of n tnen ,- tal broakdown. Roblnson referred hls iTiewly niade frlends to thc chlef of tho ijtlchmond deteetive force. Captain McMahon answered tho let J-tcr yesterday aftwi-ioon.^uid from tho ! Informatlon wblth>*ls"now rapldiy go |ing- "West, It would sel'm that "Bobby" ,wlll soon bo eeeklng a herth In ^uiiie iother locality. Before lie lcft Rieh ,mond Roblnson snatched a pocke.t hook from a bllnd boy and served Ifour months In jall for the crhno. It ?"Was after tlnlshing hls sentence that he loult these parts. CONVICT CAPTURED . (Jolin Mosk, Who Escaped ln Clicater ? fleld, Kouud lu Newport Nctrs. John Moss, colored, ono of the con ivlots who escaped t'rcjni the road camp ln Chesterfield, near Drowry's Bluff, last Friday. waa captured In Newport News early yesterday mornlng and re? turned to thc penitentlary laat nlghti Charles Saunders, the man who es? caped wilh hlm, has not been heard from, and Moss professes tu know nothlng aboul him. Tho men made thelr escape. bv saw 5ng through the bars of the temporary oago ln whlch they were eonllned. Tha :hole. through whleli they mado tlieir exlt measurod 11 1-2 inches .square Moss was serving seven years on thu | roads, und hls companlon, who has al? ready served four terms, wus serving w year for lareeny. The Heavy Hammer Is being wielded on the prices of all our Winter Clothes, Furnishinga, Hats and Shoes. 1 he psychological (oh what a tongue twiater) time to buy is when the other fellow is eager to sell. We're keen for room?buy lo-day. $35.00 and $37.50 Suits and O'coats, $22.75. $30.00 and $25.00 Suits and O'coats, $18.75. $20.00 and $22.50 Suits and O'coats, $13.75. Jacobs & Levy ManhaUan Shirts al $1.15 [ST il GIO CEMETEBY Major Boissieux Denied Perniis sion to Bury His Pet Spaniel in Shockoe. Can a pet dog bo interrcd ln a pri? vate lot In ono of the publlo ccmc terles? That was the questlon propounded to thc, Council Commltteo on Ccmeterlc-s last night by Major C. Groy Bossleux. A day or two ago a handsomo spaniel. a pet of lts owner, and valued al a fabulous amount, was run clown bv an aiitoniobilo and l'llled. Feeling thnt he had lost nn tntimato friend. llie major wanted to havo the body burled ln the famiiy plot in old ShockOo Cem? etery, close by thc graves of Chlef Jus? tlce .lohri .Marshall nnd of other dls llngulshcd VIrginlans, who in past years have been burled there. Shookoo havlng bec-n before tho formatloa of Hollywood tho leadlnx cemetery ln Itlchmond. Major Bossleux made hls flrst appli? catlon to Chairman Bllley, of the Com nilttee on Comoteries. The chairman wa.s dubious about the matter, iloubt Ing hls authorlty, and finally consented to call a special meetlng cif the com? mltteo for last nlght to hear tho re? quest. The clty ordlnance governing Shockoe Cemetery deflnes it as n ploco of Interment ior whlto Int owners nnd tholr descendants and linmediitte frlends. "Wnn'l Atlnilt Dogn. Some rnonths ago a speclal cnact inent of tho Council was necessary to permit thc removal of the remains of a. much respecteii negro woman of the old schooi to the famiiy plot of a well known Rlchinnnd famiiy. In the same way tliere havo heen a number of Instancea of old Camlly servants havlng been interrcd ln Hollywood. Tho committee heard Major Bossleux last night. hut, after readlng the chap? ter on cemeteries in tlio clty Code. de? clded that it liad no right to grant the por.mlsslon. Tho Codo dlstinctly says: "Dog.'i shall no*. be aclmlttcd." YV'hile probabiy deslgned to apply to llve ilcg.s, the cominltteemeii declded tliat that.'. clauso must also apply to dead ilogs. and the major retlrcd to Und another rosting-place for hls pet. Tho bodv of thc dog Is In the hands of one of tho most prominent iindev laker.-i ln Riehmond. aiul a proper casket ls being inade. TO CUT DOWN BUS SERVICE Hotel Association Wlll DUciuis Mnttei Wltli Trimsfer People. At a-meeting yesterday of the Rli-'li inuiid Hotel Men's Association. a reso? lutlon was adopted. providlng thal ho tels in tho association dlsponso with 'busses nnd bus porters lf satlsfac.tory arrangerherits could bo made wlth the transfer companies. A committee eomposed of Colonel John Murphy, O. U Welslger. Fellx Kecgan and S, T Atkinson. was anpointod to confer witl the transfer people and report to r meetlng of tlie association next week The question of hlgh prices ot meat waa not dlscussed. An ofllcer of thi association said that while it woulc be practically Impossible to get tln liotols down to a vegetarlan cliet, tlv proprletors were hcanily iu Hympath: wlth tho boycott being generall! adopted. The questlon wlll be take: up at next weolc's meetlng of the as soclatlori, when a vege.tarian menu wll b<- considcred, whlch, even if odoptoc Wlll Iiave lo bo varied according t Iho dftnunds of guests. HAD GOOD YEAR , l.lfc IitHiirahcc Company of Virglnii Hc-UIccIn Oflicers. At the annual meet ing of tho stock holders of the Llfo Insurance Coihpan: uf Virginia, held yestorduy at noon the following oflloera were ro-olecte< for the ensulng vear: Preisldont, J. <i. W&lker; Flrst A'lce Ti.: iiii-ni, t. Wllllam Peinherton; see ond Vlco-Prosldonl, VV. i.. T. rtogorson Secretary. & O, tlarrla, Board of Dlrcctpra?-J. G, Walkor, T Wllllam Petnberton, W. I.. T. Rogar BOri. U C. Roso, J. ?'. llayes, V. V Cooke aud A, & Hurt. A rovlew c.r llie year's work Bliowoi Ihal it hnd 1,1-cn most tiiUlsliii-iury utii .1 tho business had beon llio mos isporous i-liic-o iiui foundatiou of th 1 nil.il lo Su|>|K,rl W'lfc, Wllllam llcynolds, a while mnn. wu an-.- i.-,| und pliti-ed ln llie euimly ju yesterday inornlng un a uaplaa Jbbuo ly Judge AVitt, of tlu- Hustings I'mir lleyiiolda was before Judgo witl pom t-uuo ago on thn charge of noh-HUpnor lie was i-iTfiiln-d to pay hls wife itiiii.l amount each month, which li lailiil io do. Ilc was turned over I the clty uuthorltleu yesterday aftei GENERAL PLAN TO C i t y Enginecr Recoinrnends Many Itcins Which Would Bc Hclpful to Public. NEED LANDSCAPE ART IST Bryan Park Property Admirably Stiitcd for Plcasurc Scckcrs. Clty I-nglneer Bolling presented to the Council Committeo on Financo last nlght a Ilsl of thc needs of tho varlous clty pnrks tor tno year. Tho tlmo had como, ho sald, fnr emnplctlng the Cttt i-naw lake ln the Shle'.ds's Grovo ad? dition to thc Wllllam Byrd Park. whlch wlll dotible thc area of that mo.-it pop? ular of all the resorts, For tlie past thrco years thore has been no appro? priation for -work ln thc now part of the park, hut tho hands of thc Street Department havo boen hauling away gravel for tho improvcinent of streets, nnd at the same time excavating for thc proposed 'alte. Now the avallnble gravet has been exhaustcd, atul the ttme has como to complete it. Mr. Bolling recommended thnt top_ graphleal survcys be made both of tne entiro Reservolr Park and of tho new Joseph Bryan Mernorial Park. When tneso maps and elevatloiiH have been completed, ho miggesterl 1he employ? ment of a competent Inndscapo ongl neor to ndvlso as to tho best methnds of taylng out tho two park.i on a com prehenslve scale Such a man, he sald, should not bo employed untll thc ?surveys arn reudy for hla examlnatlon, nnd It tvotikl then only bo necessary for hlm to spond a short tlmo In glv? lng hls vlows as to tho best arrnnge ments, thus practieally pnsslng on oi crltlelzlng sketches already made. To Open Nctv Ijrlvcwnj-*. Tho total cost, Mr. Bolling snld, both of tho surveys and of the employment of a consultlng englneer, would not exceed $1,500. Mr. Bolling sald he would also advocate tho acqulsltlon ot a tract of property adjolnlng thc pros ent Wllllam Byrd Park on thc east, whlch would rotind off thc city's prop? erty and open the way for driveways through to tho new part and around the new lake. llo also recommended a granolithic curb and guttcr on the present rnadway to Shiclds'a bottom, to cost $3,600. The property suggestcd for enlargement of the park it is cstl matrd wlll cost $-2,500, as follows: Dooley property, $0,000; Pollard tract. $26,000; property south of Ashland Street, between Cedar and Sycamore Streets. $15,000; between Strawbnry and 1.1m Streots, $5,000; between Strawbcrry and Sycamore Streots, $500. For general malntenance and Improve? ments at Wllllam Byrd Tark. Including a new park house. granolithic curb and puttcrlng. and othortmpi-oveinents thc- englneer aska $23,027. To open tho Joseph Bryan Mernorial Park Ior general use, the estlmato ia 5-0,-ISO. Mr. Bolling said tlial his pre llminarv examlnatlon showed that lt waa admirably adajitod, and that every effort should be made to pre&erve its natural beauty. lludsct for Brj-nn JPnrK. The whole tract is 262 acrep. His Iteml-cd budget is as follows: Fenclnsr, 12,722 feet, wlth gates, to bo proof against both treapassers and animals, $11,000; mernorial gate, $5,000; pavlllon, $4,000; repalrs to present houses and palhtlng, $:i(i0; opening up roads and gravellng, $5,000; boat houso. $500; six boats. $200; 100 park benches, $,.50: keeper's salary, $900; ono extra la borer, $7:>0; ono fool bridgo over daru. $1,000; cl rain ago plplng, S1.500. At most of the other parks In tho clty the Items were as usuul for rnaln tonance, and continuation of the ini provoments now bolng mado. At the new Taylor'a Parjt, ln tlio Kast End, he proposes gradlng the bluff on Twcnty flrst Streot, botween Franklin and Broad, aml bulldlng a retalnlng wall to cost $6,000. At Gamb.e's lliil it ls proposed to erect a retalnlng wall so as to open a drlveway from the park inlo the lower end of 'South Fifth Street. At Riverside Park, one of tho most generally frequented small parkr-i In the clty, tho Englneer recominends the expendlturo of $5,000 for acqulsl? tlon of several lots to enlarge tho park area, Tho total request for approprla ditiun to which four playgTounds are ditlo nto which four playgrounds ar_ proposed, at an outlmnted cost of $6. 970. Reception to Centcnnrj- Congrejciitlon. Tlio con-rrcsatlon or <'ont_naij- Metliodfst Chureh wlll glva a reception to-ult-ht ln tho churoll Wturo-rooin to tlie pnstor, Itev. J. N. I-atham, n. D., and Mrs. J.atham. Tho oITicors of tho cburcb nml tholr wlvea and tho prcRliloiitH of tho varlous Bocletios wlll bo ln ilio recelving llno. Membp... of thn chiuoli aiul consrogatlon and thelr frlonds* genorally bavo been Invltod. Qunllllctl ns Exeoutor. Charles T. I.ochr qualifled yostcrdai' ln ? the Clianocry Court au oxocutor of tho es? tato of Motta Carollnn lloneKser. The -?-. tato la vuliK-d at $C,SO0. F.DOUWK THI Kentucky Veteran Afraid of Him Because He's to Perform n in Devil's Playhouse. 1 Polk Miller and Col. Tom Booker, of . Amelia county, bnth of whom can i manipulate nnd fltklle and toll ghost Btories, have boon ongagod by XV. I> Hailcllfffi for a long Southern tour, Alroady 101 contracts in as niaiiv cltioa : havo been elosed. Tho Polk Miiior j Quarlcl wlll accompany thn tiddlnrs. , As -Ir. .Miller and Col. Booker aro |Confodorate soldlers, Mr. ltadolllto thought lt a good plan to havo local camps attond and enjoy tho war BOn'gtt. ln tlils effort lu; has rocolvod miieh oti cotiragomoht all through tho South, but ono dlscotfiaut hot'o camo yestorday f rnm T. A. Cross, of Hand well, Ky. Wrltlng to Mr. Ihulcllfto us hls "dosi* cfiiiinnic," Mr. Cross sald thnt, thoro wero only two mastera to t'ervo, und lio iii.1 ii'i know how Mr.' Radclltto ptooil; "but, as you sald nothlng in your communlcatlotl aliotit a cliun-li, but ini|uli*o?l about tlio Klzo of tho UqvU'h playjiousc, therefore?I presuino lhat you have made your choleo to render your service to the tlovll. I would bog thftl .-nu leave Ihe tlovll's playhoune iiiiuie, and vou can't put your Ilddlers ln tlie othors. They niaj* bo good ilddlers, and I liey mny' tell gooil storlOH. Thcre'H n man not far from hero named Miller, but [ hopo lio aln't r-iiy kln to I'olk, il* Polk i**-f-folng I to tlildle in the ilevll't- playhouso. It's I a bad placo, eveu fur llrtdlors." t\l?l STIIIAI, |.;iiir<-.\TK?N. All iivi-soiis iuloi ostoil ln Industrlal i I I'dui-'iiloii uiiiimgst tbe. uiouillalpoers , aro lllvUet) tu meel at the Woman's M'liih TII1S (Thursday) AFT l.l.NOON al ..1.2a u clock. STIIIEII SHE LIVES OF BABIES Krurscs Urged to Hdlp Prevent Great Infarit jNIor tality. 3UFFRAGISTS INVITE THEM League Tclls Association TIow Its .Wclfarc Can Bc Ad? vanced. Asldc from matters portalnlng <il ectly to tho association. Misa %_Uhel Smlth, prcshlont of tho Grnduate -Jurses' Association. In her annual ro >ort, read beforo the nrr-nelntion. yes erclay, Inld partlcular strcss on the ircventlon of lnfant mortallty, "It loes not seem possllil'-." she said, 'Ihat we of Vlrprlnla sliould be willing o allow othor States to so snrpnss us n branrhlng out Into wlder flelds, tho cuowlcdgo of whlch and the opportu illios for ontorlng whlch are c-outln tally belng brought beforo us in tho mmerous conference?-, ennventlons, tc. Tliere ls so much Insplratlon to >e rccclved from the report of dlfn ultles ovcrcomo by others, and so itany thlngs secm to assuma the pro lortlons of a possibillly whlch before .ppoared Impossible, thut we ought to end dclegittes and bo proporly ropre entcd. An abaolutely deplctcd treas iry haa heretoforo mado lt Impossible o send representatlves to these con crencos." ln Ihe absonce of Mlss Smlth. who Is II. her report wns read by Miss Ruth lobfirtson, should tie SattratsMn. A letter on "Equal Suffragc" was ecelvecl yesterday mornlng from Mlss s. ls. Dock, Of New York. ft was read ?cforc the association. Mlss Dock vroto of "Woman Suffragc." giving easons why all womcn should bo In ercstcd. The responslhlllty of nurses, he sald, (made lt thelr duty, more than .ny other class, to as.iert thelr rights. j ?ocatisc they were well acquainted wlth iubUc health, cspeclally that of schooi hlldren, and should be ln a posltlon o east their votes to tlie best advan age un these questiona. ln her paper on "ITofesslonal Re ponslbllity," read by Mlss Frances ones. of Atlanta. Mlss May Douthat, of Mlfton Forge, dwclt upon the. lmpor anco of registereel nurses, both to tho urses themselvca and to the people y whom they were eniployed. "I.et us strlve," sho sald, "to make : meun more than registered nurse? -> mako it mc-an not only abillty. but lagnanlmlty. Our earnest endeavor hould be at all tlmes lo preserve ln - lolate not only our own reputations s nurses', but also that of the profos lon for whlch wo stand as represeDt tives. By unlted Interest and sup ort we can help to brlng our State ssociation to be a means oC far-reach ig good. But thls cannot bo accom lished wlth only a handful of meni crs. We want new names ndded to ho roli after tho nwardfnjr of each Iploma. Co-Operntlon Secennnry. "I would urge every supcrintendent ?f a tralnlng schooi who ls a member if tho association to lmjjrexs upon thn ninds of thelr graduating classes the mportance of co-oporntloli, a.s repro ;cntcd by the Stato Association oC furses. It is through deflnltc aims ,nd hlgh Idcals that we wlll rlse to mr greatest possibilltics." Mlss Douthat's paper was "dlscussed >y Mlss Agnes Tompkins, of Petcrs jiirg. Misa Naoml Siinmons. of the Vlr ;lnla Hospital, read a paper on "Thc I'oung Nurse in Private Work." whlclt vas dlscussed by .Mlss Marie Moseloy. >f this city. Ycsterday's registration showed that :here were forty new members added .o thc association durlng the year. The .?Isltors were entertalned y'esterday ifternoon with a tea at Ht. Luko's Hos Mtal and last night with a reception it the Elks' Home by the alumnao of :he Virginia Hospltal. The convention will close thls after rioon after tlie reading of several lapers and the election of officers. The ast social featuro will bc a recoption it tho Memorial Hospltal by the alum lae of that institution. BORROWED HIS RAZOR Chauffeur, Charsnl whli Then, Declarei He Never Ulteel tlie I i.-l ruinrnl. "tVhcn James Cnnfleld. twen.ty-tw.o jear? ilu. retumod from I'nltiinor.: yuatetduy ho -.vas arroBtod on a chargo of havlng stolen a snfety razni- from \v. E. Cooke. Cnnfleld claims ho liorrowij tlic lnstrument and had no idca ot tn'-clni; It. Afle- bls ariost he told whoro hlB suit cana was. and officers found tlio razor nnd riiurnod lt to tho own? er. Cnnfleld was rccenttv omployed hero aa chnul'fc-ur ior Malcolm llriirc. and hla stato mcml of llit caBC ls such as to convinco tho pollce tliat ln is Innoeent of any crlme. Caiitlclcl came to Virginia from Connoctieut. ECT BUILDING Big Structure to Be Provided to Take Care of Increasing Exhibits. In vlew cf tho expected Incroaso by next fall, th.o Virginia State Fair As? sociation, nt a meetlng yesterday af? ternoon, deeldei) to erect a largo build? ing for tho accominodatlo-n ot oxhlb? lts. The Hlructuro will he of brick and wlll be about ::oo by 250 foot ln sl/.e. The loof, us far as ls practl cable, will be mudo of glass, so that there wlll 1?. .,? ^mindunco of light. A committee wln i?, uppolnted to do oldo upon a I'H.iii,,,, i)mi securo prices and plans, so that actunl work may ?"?f-n ?3 n. as possible, lt Ih ihe purpose nf Iho association to loeale ihe new stnieturo so thnt nono of tho other i.uii,u,,KK wm havo to bo torn down, as u,n f.llr nee(1.s all tho lloor spaco lt iiow-hasi ln uddltlon lo that furnished i ,hl> ?(!,v huiidlng. ?t will be iisou f. r fiu-iu products and luiuiilfaclin-i, eM.iidtH, which wlll ho larger Ihls y,:,r ,,,,,? , vnl. h,,fort,. Dast yoar the exhlblt, ,? Uieso dassos wofo vcr.v much ...i!(;,.i,Mi .llld couUi ,jot be shown ln iiroiu i- . .1 ?,. 7 i ftdvaitXag'Q. Ilio lissoclutl.,,, ill;;n :lgreecl to puy espe.-lal ntoiui,,,, ,,?K yettr lo Vlr g n . exhibits ,n ,.vcr>. department. ,.,.? r. _, Ui" h0 "a discrlmlnatlon against oxhibi,,,,., h.om otnor stutos, rariners nml mii,.,. ? ?* \>ir? ni mi,,.,. nrodueerH of M> I. ni, I" "'^?" I" Incroaso their cxhlblls buu. a, tu ulzQ una pualU?!.. , Patriotic and Othcr Socictics .Urgc Finance Committee tp Save It. BARBAROUS TO RUIN HOUSE Mr. Mcrcdith Makes Strong Plka. to Pcrpctuale Historic StrtictAiic. Hcprcsontatlves of practieally overy patrlotic, clvlc, hlstorlcai and commor clal hody In tho clty appenred beforo tho Council Comtnltto? on Financo last nlght ln support of a special appro? priation fur thc preservatlon of the hoino of Chlef Juatlcu John Marshall. Members of tho clty School UonrU wero present to presont thelr annual budget oc nccri.'i of tho dopartment for the year. Chalnnun Hutzler stated tho po? sltion of tbe. board wlth regard to tho old house, .standing on tho corner of thc Illgh School property, which, he said, had been condemned by the Uulld ing Inspector as ln unsaio condltlon and as a fire menace to tlio now illgh School. The School Uoard, he sald. had beforo askod for money to restoro thc housn. and now presented to the Coun? cil tbe alternatlvo of either retlttlng It to the point that. would Insure its permanoncy and safety or authorl/. ing its rciiioval. IlnrhnroiiM. He Snys. Wyndham 11. Meredlth, who appeared for the Clty llar Associatlon. was spokesman oi the delegatlon In protest igaliist removal, "lt would mark us iui barbu.rl._nn," he ?tssertod. "Shall wo teach thoso chll ilreu who may hereafter be puplls In ihe handsome new John Marshall Jllgli School that at tho rcquest of tbe achool Board thn homo of tho greatest nan over produced by thls i-omniu tilty, and of tho greatest jurlst of America. was torn down?" Mr, Meredlth sald ho was natisfled (hat the board did not wish Its rc noval, and lni.ursed that ln Its reato ration care hn taken to preservo Its u-lglnal appearaneo and architectur.il ^ft'e?.?t, so that future gi-ncratlons may ?omc here to see the home of tho most miinent jurlst America has produced. Attorney-General Wllllam A. Andcr lon foiiowed brlofly, tirglng thc ed icatlonal value of tbe preservatlon of luch a structure, clalmlng thaX the mprcsa on tho lives of future Vir rlnlans from such on Itispiratlon. was >t greater valuo than tho inere cosl >f school houses. however handsome hoy might be. OUiers ln tho deie-ga .lon wero Mrs. Norman V. Itandolph lame.s K. Gordon. r.eorKe Bryan, Jamcs -aakle, U McK. Judkina and Charles v. Kryant. The committeo did not ln tlmate what lt would do. School Hmltici. Chlrman Hutzler presented tho needs IV tho schools for tbe comlng year Im item looking to nn increased teach ng forco being explained in detall 2t?? r' t'bo'' (halr"?an of tho com nittee on teaohers, whlle the item for ?epnlrs and new buildings was roview -a by Mr. (.'larke. An outline of the school budget has -Iready been prlnted lu thls paper It may be sujnm-irized as follows ray roll account.$17-9'"'77 genoral exponso account.... ?*??>'<-sr*'<*,i <nnJ^lnK I0''001 Cens"*''' * - ? l.OOO:.. -peclal repalrs and Improvo? ments . -. --- - Manual tralrtlng and 'kinderl -*''00-"'' c"rt,e,",n',. ..4.500.00 Now buildings . lflSBOOon John Marshall hous., flrol la?*500*00 proofln- . 11.000.00 Total . " ricr'a _*.? -t).i,6;>_. GUEST DIES SUDDENLY ""? ^?S?_^^iS^ ^.l^^n-nd-wl-,-?;-,,^; n thc room at' l? i.me?--bul anM_Sf_._nt :vaS attractcd by her a '-'tlon '"ana cnuffi ? minutes aftor hor deuih enicred a Coronor Taylor was notutod. but as th. woman had been ln tli health for ?om. h7_f,-Tfder ?? ot a phy-ician. ha uiJ1 ?", :W E i'-,rnnSary ,'" ';xn,nlnf ,hc "-<????<-'?"? Arthur noti ?, ? ,'ro,1"'|--l'i-!aw. and Mn. .\rtour noblnaon, a slster, both of New Vork. arrlvcd here ye_terd-.y. and wlll ao ?ompany th. body, ?.,?-? w? moVd to a, undertaker-., North at 12 o'olo-k to-day JUDGE DE LACY TO-NIGHT -uthority on Juienll. Court to Tell of Us '] ' .Vork. At tho Invitation of tho Juvenlli- Protec Uvo society of Virglnla JudBc w. Ji. D. :.,?'?.?,f, Ul? Juvon'<? Coun ln tVashlngton. Wlll deliver an address ln tho hall ?f tho. liouse of I__loBa.es to-nlght. Ho has mado a ilocp study of Juvonllo work ln hls own and othor cltles. and comes hero prepared lo K|vn Richmond the benoflt ot hls exoori once. thus alclliiu tho local associatlon in Its -fforts to establlsh Huch a court in this ttco.ntly great lnterest has heen aroused hore by the Juvonllo Protective Society und Its sympathl_oi_. and it Is expected that Judgo Do Lacy wlll speak to a largo audl onco. Members of tho General Assombly aro nspcctally Invlted. MOVES THIS WEEK Director Evans to Have His Para phernalia in New Quarters by Sunday. Accordlng to Director Kdward A Evans, the United States Weather Uu reau at Chimborazo park will bo ofll clally ln coiTimission after next Mon? day. Tho bulldlng haa practieally been compioted and a part of the parapher nalia has already beon nioved. _*utur day has been dosignated as the prlncl? pal movlng day, uiid It ls expected thal most of the apparatus and other thlngs pcrtaining to tho oitlco wlll ho ln the new quartors by Sunday, ITnlos.s somo unt'oreseen didiciilty nrise.s. saya Mr. Evans, Fobruarv 1 wlll flnd the bureau operating ln ltH now home. Because, daily observatlons have to he tnknii, the instruinents wlll havo to bc removed an thelr day's work is pompletod, mo thoy wlll ho the. last of tho enulpmont to bo haulcd away from thn Mutual Bulldlng. When the last ob.servation is takcn Saturday after? noon they will bo qulckly taken down and lnistled over to Chlrivborazo Park, sn iiK to be ready for regular work on .iloiuliiy mnrnlng. COUI.n XOT SI-'ITI,.. AI'TIOU . CtlMtT ?\VX. HIM CIIAN'CI. Iiacy .lusper, colored, convlcted of forgoi-y, waa arrested yesterday and loe.ked 11 p in tho county jail. llo wa.s ,f t'L ni-n,.i,cr.rty ,,,arl ?r thls te',|tl days to set lo with hls oroditors, When 10 failed tn ahow up, a capia-s was Issued Hl. seiuenco waa ono dav ln Ja'l aml a llno of $5, with tho uosts. llo Iihs been at large --inco _.o t?Ur-I__, c mlt ^ow^Anwunt ONLY THREE DAYS MORE TODAY?TOMORROW and SATURDAY you still have the opportunity or selecting from our stock of FINEST SUITS and OVERCOATS ' ' ' '. a " t-a-a At a reduction of THIRTY-THREE PER CENT DISCOUNT Sale is limited to Saturday night. Gans-Rady Company -OURT DECIflES MANY APPEALS Schearing Is Refuscd in Suit of Bradley Against City of Riehmond. While argument for thls tcrm has <ccn sUBpcndcd, tho Virginia .Siipronio lourt of Appeals wlll not adjourn untll o-morrow, u.t sovoral matters of lm ortanco aro domandlng immedlate at c n tlon. The rnllnwlng petltlons fnr npjicals nd rohcarlngs ivero declded yostorday: llugnn et als. vs. Anglo; Corporatlon 'ourt of clty of Roanoke; wrlt. of or '>r nnd Kuperscdcas; bond $6,000. .Meade et als. vn. Klng et als.; Circult 'ourt of Ttussell county; appoal and upersedeas; bond |_oo. li.-irllng, execulor and trustee, vs. ummltig Ot als.; Clrcult Court of lllzabeth Clty countyj appeal and sup. rsedeaaj no bond. Virginia Iron, Coal and Coko Com any vn. McCarthy; Clrcult Court of Uso county; appeal refuscd. O'Connor vs. Commonwcalth: Clrcult ourt of Warwick counly; wrlt of cr or refuscd. McCurry vh. Clty of Norfolk: Clrcult. ourt of clty of "Norfolk; wrlt of error etused. Flemlng va. N. nnd \V. Ky. Co.; Clr ult Court of elty of Lynchburg; wrlt f error refuscd. Orliiin, recelvcr, vs. Codd ot rIk.; ourt of Hustings Of clty of Forts louth: wrlt of error refunecl. Hanks va. Smlth A Cc>.; Law and :ciulty Court of clty ot Riehmond; wrlt f error refused. l-'uragbcr Knglnecrlng Company vs. .one Jack Stone Company; Corporatlon ourt of clty of Lynchburg; appeal re u?ed. Wright vp. Carson: rehcarlng rr UHOd. l-'qultable Llfo Aastirance Sociely vs. Wllson: rchcunng lefused. Bradlev & i o. vs. Clty of Riehmond; cli.-arin'-r r^fiiHed. Commonwealth vs- Virginia Bank nd Trust Company; rehcarlng refused. Wright vm. Atlantic Coast Line Iiall oad Company; rehcarlng refuscd. POLICE COURT CASES 'mrnbrokcr Aequltieil on chnrue of llii.-ilnt; .Mr. StrliiRfellow'.H Overcont. Mattie Hrander. allas llattlo l.lps ombo f colored), wac scntcncod to r.-iur mnths in jall on each of three rhnretes i?r steallrig overcoats iu Pollco Court esterduy, Josephino I'age (colored) wns con Icied of breaking a vhowcase al FJrst nd Mroad Streets, nnd sleallng three tveatros, she w.is seen ln the act. SIdney Ooodc and Floyd Smlth. four een and fifteen yeara old, wero sent to he negro reformntory for stealtng su ar nnd flour from a Mnrshnll Street rocery stom, Oooclo appealcd. Solomon Sideiibcrg. a pawnbroker, ?as acquitted of acce'.nlng Blnlr B. trlngfollow's overcoat ln pav.n. Sl enberg dld not deny that ho nccept d tho coat, but c-lulmed tho mlstake ccurred in the rush of business laat aturday. COURT CLERK NERVOUS epnly Rrecden Ita-. Ills Flrit lCtperleiiee in Conductlng a Murder Trial. Dcputy Clerk B'ecden. of tho Iluatlmra ourt, appeared u trlfl? nervous ycater ny, whon .lud-jo Wltt, ln tlic abs'-nec o! Ii-rk liristlan. called upon hlm to ronduet io trial of "SVllliarrt Henry Pollard (col ri><l). It was Mr. Breedon's flrst murdil ?lat. but despite norvouan'ssa ho propound 1 tlio neceasary qucationa wilh becomlng Ignlty. Pollard was Jolntly Indletod -wlth irni-8 N'icliolaa. allas .Jamos Cnbell (eol rnd), for tlie murder of Edward Evitns, ho was kllled about seven months ago ln poolroom at Munford aiul Broad Streets. t was proved that Pollard ?avo Nlcholas he piatol, but lt was not shown that he now ot the purpoac. The prlaoner was ac uitted. DAUGHTERS TO Men Who Served in Confederate Army Urged to At? tend Meeting. After thn meetlng of Le/i Cimp to morrow nlght tho Riehmond Chapter, Unlted "Daughters of tho Confederacy, wlll present crosses of honor, duo Sop? tcmber 15 and January in, to votcrana. and descendants, who aro urged to bo present In person. Tho Keptoinbei* Crosses wlll be conferred upon John Adams, r*. 1. Brooks. XV. A, Blanken shlp, IsaJalt Butt, O. B. Doggett. W. XV. Dlckie, W. II. Oallegar. W. IL Ilaw, R. B. Lawson, John _J. Matthowa. W, Gordon McCabe, Georgo W, MUos. IL 1. Rhoclcs, George W. Rlchards. Kavaca t-inllh. XV. i?. Htansbury, Ooorgo W, TUIer, J?hn Y. Trevllllan, R. A. Wll Ji.unH. Douglas Walker and R, F. Wll? ton. From the Ashland Carno?Peter Kpes, John 11. llaw, C. .*>. Mallory and Wal, ter Sydnor. I>e.sccndantB?Ilenry B. Baylor, son of Captaln Robert Baylor; Miss Lorine Uilliain, daughler of John c. Gilllam; Mtsl r. w. n.iw, widow of R. L". ll,i-.v. Frank 1'. Jones. son of John II. Jones; Ralph P, Nealc, son oC James Thomas Nealo; jir.*. J. ii. Tim berlake, wldow <jf Mra. J. It. Tlmber Iftko: Mr.-. Mary W. Thompson, wldow. of Charles IL Thotiipson, and Henry Wlckliam, son of Gfneral Wllllam.--. C Wlrkham. Th>' January eru.sxos wlll be dellver? ed t" J. L Alinond, H. L, Bariirn, Sarn uc-1 II. D-jtin, JIugh Wylbe Davls. p. H. Kllett, L.-wls IL Flnney. Wllllam r;o0d tnan. r. II. Horne. Is. W. Hunter, Theo clore Marquies, Wllllam McClay. Jullu* L. r-.,wri;. oscir K. Philllps, Stephen '' !'"''': ? -. "iliiam ls. Rogers. I. S, ? il on, tieorgo Savago, W. D. Snead, Josei.ii u Thomaa, .ioi.r, w. Worsham. i.ut.u-r wright, Charlei p. SToung i>p scendants- r. .v. ..-.try. ;.o? 0J Colonel John B. Cary: Misa um? VlrginU Burke. daughter of Wllllam R. Burke, and ..Irs Ann Marla Perklna Garrett. wldow of I horna* Perklna Carrett The annual meetlng fr,r Uio olet-tlon of ..iTleers for tho Blchmond Chapter Liilleil Daughters of thn CcnfecWarV u-lll bo held at Lee Camp Hall to-mor? row mornlng at II o'clock. threeToysT arrested Are Alleccil l.i Have Molen fonlenls of Vh1I*^-T?o Xeirrori. l aueln. Harry Kdward*. Kridl- Karmr-r u?.l |_enr, I.amport, amall whlto boys. ,-.-, re arrcst-vi yesterday on a chargo of steallne several articles of clothln? and two plati-d _oi,l rlnga from T. II. Murru, or Wcsi Qrace Street. Tho goods wer- taken from a vallao whlch waa left on n porrh Richard and Pet.-r Johnaon ar- rhars<-d wlth etenllng copper wlre from tho Virgliili Railway ald Powcr rompany. An Inapcctor of Hhn company found somo of tbo v.lro ln a Juulc ahop. nnd waa -wattlng for the tn^n when tlny came lo mako a eucond depuiit, lx?ok for U'llll.ini llay,-.. Thn police depariment was notlllcd >?*? terday of thu death in San Bernardliie, Ca|.. of U'llllnm Hayei, who is said to have llved ln itlchmond. The man haa no rcla tlves ln (;allfornla. and tho authorltles tbei? aro asklng what dlapoaition is t? bo rnada or tho body. Thero are tour such pcrsona named in tbo local Dlrcctory, but they wers all accountcd for yeaterday. .Marrlag-r IJcem.es Issued. Marrlage llci in-es were Issued ln thW clerk'a offlco of the Huatinga Court yester? day to John W. Charpla, ot Cedar Kcys. Kla.. and AddL> Virginia Mallory, of thi* clty, and Samuel v. Coloman and Lolla Brotra, both of P.ii-hmond. BiilldliiK pVnnlt. A building permit waa Issued yesterday !>, W. XV. Haley to erect n. brlck tenement, two dwelllnga, on west Bide of Allen Ave-. nuc, between Grovo aud Floyd Avenucs, t?< cost ?6,Cte. iSS'Tr -*-' : ??'.?'? ?"''??? J'''- u"*?*~,-'- .'.''.--?:::^-?''?' "l'-?-.' V--?_'".?V^-li''"-'*' ?' ' ?? r^.; -,- --' -V, The Post Tavern At Battle Creek, Mich. Is justly famous for its Grape-Nuts firiddle cakes. Recipe. Two cups sour niilk; oight tcaspoonfuls of Grapc-Nuts*, half a teaspoonful salt, two scant tcaspoonfuls soda, flour enough to make a thin batter. Add tho Grape-Nuts to battet* .just bcforc frying. Fry a trial cake, and if the batter is too thin, add niorc flour, Above rccipc makes about 2 doz. cakes. Tlic Grape-Nuts in the cakes make them as light and parpus as buckwheat cakes, with the aclvantagc of being much more casily digested. "There's a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS, Postum Cercal Co,, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.