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Summer Hosiery
A Sale at Popular Prices
This season women of fashion are wearing sheer,
gauzy Hosiery, but the most discriminating of tliesc
have learned to sock their Hosiery where character and
quality arc paramount to more lowness of price,
Today and Saturday the Miller & Rhoads QUAL?
ITY HOSIERY STORE will place on sale:
Dozen Pairs
Women's Mercerized In?
grain Lisle Imported Hose,
in black, tan, white, light
blue, pink, etc.,
25c a Pair | 39c a Pair
See Special Display in Windows
Dozen .Pairs
Women's Sheer Cotton
Lisle Imported Hose, in
black and white,
That To-Day (Friday) is
And some exceptionally pood Bargains in seasonable
merchandise may be found injnany parts of the store.
QLJOET C I A Reduction Sale to
OilULJ ! Close Out Small Lots
The l?gh standard of our Shoe Stock is too well
known to require comment, and the lots named below
are taken therefrom. Note the limited quantities.
35 pairs Low Shoes?I?l.\rk and tan, welted; \
sold at $3.50 and SI .00. j
15 pairs Grey Suede Eclipse One-Eyelet I
Pumps, welted; sold at S-UX). I (pi nr ,
14 pairs Grey Suede Colonials, turn soles and 1 ?P1?IJ 10
covered buckles; ><>ld at $3.50. /
18 pairs <;rey Buckskin Ties, welted; sold I J|j QQ
24 pairs Bronze Kid Ankle Strap Pumps, i ?r *
welted; sold at $4.00. / VaUICS
20 pairs Viel Kid Oxfords, welted; sold
S3.50. '
11 pairs Misses' Patent Roman Sandals;
sold at $2.01).
22 pairs Misses' Black Velvet Two-Strap
Pumps; sold at $2.00.
23 pairs Misses' Tan Roman Sandals; sold
at $2.00.
10 pairs Children's Patent Roman Sandals;
sold at $1.75 .
13 pairs Children's Black Velvet Two
Strap Pumps; sold at $1.75.
Also, a few smaller lots. Not regular sizes in any
of the above lots, but "your size"' may be here?better
come and see. None taken back or exchanged. No
phone orders taken. Second Floor.
Y. M. C. A. Board Holds Annual
Meeting and Gets Good
Reports for Year.
At the annual meeting of the board
of directors of the Young Men's Chris?
tian Association, held last nl?ht. re?
ports lor the year were presented
and other important business trans?
acted, including the election <>f office<VS
lor tile llscal year, ns follows:
President, w. i>. b?ke; First \ -
President, \V. J. Whitchurst; Se ohd
Vice-president .las. TV. Gordon; Third
iyice-Fresldent T. D. Merrlck; Treas?
urer Oliver J. stands: Assistant Treas?
urer D. W. Durretrt; Recording Secre?
tary C. G. Taylor. Jr.; General Secre?
tary, S. K. McKee.
The board ol directors is composed
of the officers above named, and the
following active members: O. .'? Haw?
kins, N. D. Sills. R. M. Smith, C J
Billups. Jno. B. Minor. 1. M Williams,
C. 11. Richardson. ?'.. W. Baliikc, Jas.
Lewis Anderson, J. 1'. Jones, Jacob
Umlauf, A. G. Brown, Jr. C. B. Oarnett.
The second year in tin- new building,
which has just closed, has been tho
most successful nr.' in tiie associa?
tion's history, nnd every indication la
lor a maximum year In every depart?
ment during 1012-13.
|K ill Take ip Work <?( ueorRe
in? I.litter- Ilim??.
Owing to >< continued
Watt, eomunnstener >.t i?????? ;..
elttrlct of Henrlco county. W
formally treasurer of thi count)
V?'orn in ?? deputy cotnmliilnn
charge of Mr, Watt's WdrV 1
U ?
i as ftvorn In nt ;
Im? h?en in the Memorial
:,u> than a week 11? \? euf!
trouble, and but tilth ho
'or hit recovery. II? litt?
T of the r* venue for mnny \
Lights Switched On, Although
Much of Annex Work Is
Yet Incomplete.
Manager Samuel T. Atkinson, of II"
lel Richmond, last nlKht turn cd the
switch which threw on the myriad
lights In th?> artistic lobby of the new?
ly constructed annex, and a large num?
ber of people locked for the Urst time,
on "the latest addition to Richmond's
already splendid hotel facilities'. Con?
struction work on the hotel annex has
been going on day and night con?
tinuously since thi' award of the con?
tra? t oil .luii,. IT of last year.
Rising t<n Morles above the street
level upon one of the highest spots
in ti\ - city, til.- enlarged Hotel Rich?
mond commands a bc?uilf?l view of
tlic adjoining Capitol Square and the
city at large. The three upper stories
are still incomplete, as is also the roof
??\V. arc satisfied that we have
brought our work thus f.ir." said Muii
ax.'! Atkinson last nirtht. "Ry inc
tu st Of tin iliohtll We hope Kj have
mir banquet hall llnlshcd. it will ?asl
ly accomuiodate diners. The reef
Karden will be complete by that time.
Anybody In Richmond who desires then
io has.- a meal and to iin)oy the open
air M tin- sain.- time will be given the
chance. There will i" no obstruction
in tin way of the breezes front ilid
South coming over the James l.ivef."
The lobby of the hotel Is a thing f
beauty. Tin- harmonious coloring, the
mighty pillars and the handsome mat
i. . Hta reuse lending to the overlook*
Ihk balcony, give 't an air of almost
puluilul inagrilficanec. An ornamental
skyligbi gives the loj>by an imposing
tl ,. .. effi t. Ii M. Daniels, .-.f Bps
ion, iyns the first truest to register in
, the new lobby.
\>.!,etl I,. I nnkaiil lor fhlef.
I i lie Norfolk pftnee yesterday assK-rt Chief
1 or Police Werner to lookout for Hoben
Hosier, dlai "Mniikey Pace," who I? want
.it hi Hint cliy on a charge of grand Isr
Ii,, local peile? -ire also irekin? C. V.
Harris :.,.,\ :,\(. loirs old, Who is wanted
In Ureen Hay, Va.'. on a charge of forgery.
i hevaller. A< quilted.
I.ou!? Chevalier, of HI North lilghth
Street, w.-o acquitted yesterday morning of
inking Iwn packages oflaundry from the
Royal Laundry without puytng for them;
[chevalier was arrested some time ago on-a
i Warrant sworn out by M. Ii. Florahelm, nro
I prletor e,f the laundry.
Ks raped Convlel in Tolls Again.
i A requisition for rtuirlle Sounder*. en*.
I peel an neaped road ronVlcl from Chester
I Held, an* laiaed yciRterday by Oorernor
l?taVn upejn Governor ('rothers, e.f Maryland,
lelaury'i'i" Is under it r real in H.itilmerc.
tjfflca, .. ?... i.c 3r?t to loing Lira
1 back In Virginia,
Dr. McGuirc Intimates That
Bigger Structure May Take
I'lace of One Now There.
Medical Students Agree to Be?
come Custodians of Their
New Coilcsre.
I While no definite plan was set forth",
Dr. stout McGuirc, president of th>
'University College of Modlclne, an?
nounced yesterday morning In his n?l
drss t.> tio- student body that the Vir?
ginia Hospital will shortly be over?
hauled or else lorn down to mak? room
i't on institution which will be In.
keeping with the new college next
door. The broud Intimation tint a new .
hospital will be erected on the present I
site of the Virginia verified reports to
that effect heard heretofore, although
Dr. McOulrc did not r.o Into details or:
express an opinion as to when work I
might )>?? expected to begin. The hos
pltnl development within the past few
years has put Richmond in the front :
rank, ahead .if nil Southern cities, yet
the demand for additional accommoda?
tions is still growing.
The failure of the old project to
unite the medical .-..'.leges makes it
necessary for the University College of
Medicine and the Medical College of
Virginia to maintain hospitals as an i
adjunct. It is doubtful if the oily will
lake over the Memorial in spite- of the
5M'."tig Inducements offered, so it will
continue to be a III I la ted with the Med?
ical College Of Virginia.
Need nigger Hospital.
Dr. McOulre bollcves that with the
opining of the new medical college
building It will be necessary to rebuild
the Virginia or else erect an entirely
now hospital. This Idea has been very
generally commended by the faculty
of the college and practicing physicians
and surgeons Identified with that
Speaking generally of conditions. Dr.
MeGulre referred to the fine work of
the Btudants, t' their loyalty when
theli institution was wrecked by lire,
and to the large enrolment and the sue
ccssful session now reaching Its close.
Judge George I* Christian, president
of the board of trustees and on? of
the original members! I>r. A. 1* Gray,
dean of the medical department: Dr.
n. U Simpson, .lean of the dental de?
partment, and Or. It. W. Mill r. ?lenn
of the pharmacy department, also spoke
and congratulated the students and the
graduating class for the excellent rec?
ords established during the past year.
Announcement was made of important
additions to the teaching staff next
session, the full nature of which will
be mad.- public during the commence?
ment exercises.
At the request of the faculty, the stu?
dent body named themselves as a com?
mittee of the whole t-> look uft.>r tho
new college building. They will im?
pose lines on any member who defaces
; the property.
Judge llltea fa nie Report?.
.Indue Will la ui r. Rhea, o; the State Cor
por.ition Commission, returned yesterday
I afternoon from an extended business trip
in the Southwest, In tlie ciiurfe of which
ho Inspected certain railway extensions pro?
posed lit the neighborhood of Atdngdon.
! where complaints had been made of de?
fective llea. .ludg,- lines also went to Ora
I ham, Vu . where the citizens have petitioned
I tor im undergrade crowing, and also that
1 the street car line be extended from gast
Graham to West Qrnham, a distance of
an,,ut one mile. Judge Rhea will nie a re?
port oh all nf the matters minting to his
ttio with the commission shoniy.
To Ser\r on I'nhilc lionds.
John young sad Edward Doibson, lioth
ii>Ii.nil. were delivered from the county
Jn|| to Stnt.. authorities yesterday morning
to serve terms nf six months and one year,
respectively, on the public road*.
Voting was convicted of stealing a wagon,
i i)ued .i! f:': and IJobsoh for breaking Into
tin- garage of the Richmond Automobile As?
(?rent Agricultural .Meeting.
Governor Mann was enthusiastic yeatcr
dny over the great agricultural meeting
? U .,t Rpotsylvsnla Courthouse on Wed?
nesday, when hundreds of tanners braved
a dhtagrecahje day to hear addresses on
farming subjects hy the Governor. State
Demonstrator T, O, snndy, i?r. Bradford
Knapp, of the I'nlteii States Department of
Vgrlculture, and Miss Agm w, suprrlnten
dcht of the Girl** Garden Clubs.
(.ms Knelt to West Vlrglnin.
(lovernor Mann yesterday honored the rc
(|Ulaltipn of Governor Glasscook, of West
Virginia! i?r Pearson Itoop, now In tho
ban i- of Virginia authorities, Roop has
bei it convicted ,,f a misdemeanor, sentenc?
ed to M ice II mo on tlie road, lint escaped
-before doing his time. Officer J. c Sum?
mers will take hint back to Weil Virginia.
Wharf Properly Sold.
Elam A- I'nnaten. real estate agents, sold
yostcrilax Plot of land fronting ISO j,ot
on Water Street, adjoining the property of
ii. Ilawes Coal Company. The property
? xtend? back and has a large frontage on
.lam.-. River, S. II. Ilawes was the pur?
chaser tit Ill.lPo, and It Is understood that
he will use It In connection with his pres?
ent plant.
Gllllintl on Library Committee.
A:.h i man Robert <;. Itennolds was reliev?
ed yesterday at his own request from
further service on the special Committee on
I'ubll,- Library. President Robert Wolltet,
of lb- Board of Aldermen, assigned Abler
man Oilman as a member of the committee
In his pince.
Ei Idence < (included.
Evidence wait concluded yesterday in nie
city L'lrctllt court in Die suit of the Rich?
mond rnper Manufacturing Company
against the Kellogg Toasted Cornflake
Company, in which damages, are claimed in
tlie sum of JMKio. The Instruction/ will be
argued lo-doy, the Jury having been ad?
journed tu to-morrow morning.
Suit Instituted.
Si.t will filed yesterday In the T.aw and
Equity Court by Mary A. Rigger agnin,,
r ::,'',rof,r'1"a? >'*'<? insurance Company
Council Committee Refuses to
j Carry Out Suggestion Made
by the Mayor.
Jefferson Ward Alderman Thinks
Tangle Was Cleared by
Grand Jury
There will be no probe by the Conn.
.11 Committee on Grounds and Build
in e:s into the Jefferson Ward election
tangle. After devoting the entire even?
ing to the disposal of i mass of rou?
tine business, the committee last night
upon motion took front the table the'
letter of Mayor Richardson recom?
mending that the Commlttco on
Grounds and Buildings. In view of the!
publicity that the matter hud been'
given in the press. Institute an In?
vestigation Into the ballot Irregulari?
ties In question and Into the conduct ?
of Janitor T. W. Folkes, of the First
Regiment Armory building, who held I
Iiis appointment under the commit
tee. I
Alderman Melton, of Jefferson Ward,
moved that, lit view of the fact that
the grand jury bad fulled to return'
any indictment against Mr. Folkes, !
tip .Mayor's li tter be simply received
and Hied. The motion was put by
Chairman Ratklns aid carried without
a dissenting voice and without de?
Turk Agreement Ratified,
The greater part of the evening was
taken up with the discussion of the
advisability of accepting the proposl*!
lion of the William Byrd Realty Cor- j
poration touching improvements to be j
mad" by the city or. a tract of land
held by that company ndjncent to Wil?
liam Byrd Park. Several members op?
posed the ratification of any agree?
ment with the realty company before
a further examination by a .subcom?
mittee. The company's proposition was
recommended to the Council, after an
hour of debate, by a vote of S to 3.
in return for sewerage and water
connections. the holding company
acres to dedicate to the city the land
for three east nnd west streets cross?
ing Its property; to give a Btrlp of land
ten feet wide on the . ast and twenty
feet wide on the west of tn?: tract, to
be lidded to the roads which now
Pound the property, and to conform to
all grades established by IheCltyEngl
City Engineer Boiling asked for In-1
Btructiona in the matter ?.f removing
the debris in Joseph Bryan Park
caused by the recent tornado. A mo?
tion was curried directing the sub?
committee on Joseph Bryan Park to
advertise for bids to perform this wont
and authorizing it to award the con?
tract. _
?loo Much Itnln for rnthnndlng Trip to]
Wuahlngtoa Seal Week.
, t the r.-.'ent rainy spell, wr.lc'i
has made the roads throughout tin,, pan of j
I,,,! ..'.most Impassable tor ""'.or ears
the pathnndtng tour ol the Rlehmond-Was..
Ington Highway Association, which was to
have started next Tuesday, has Wen post
(Secretary Allport. of the ssaoclatlon. >'???
tcrday sen! the following telegram to itoh
.rt Brace. New York, managet of the Amer
Ican Automobile Association Touring Bu
tC "Owing to the heavy rains for the past j
Ihre.- .lavs In this vicinity, and similar ad- |
. . - from Frederlcksburg and Manasm?.
our pathnndlng trip to tyeahlngton haabeeii
postponed to Monday. May 17. at which time.
If conwntent to you. wo will he glad to
have Mr. Weetgard e-> with u?-'
a u Wcatgard, to ?"hont the telegram
refers. Is Held representative or the Ameri?
can Automobil? Association, and Is consid?
ered one of the moil expert pathfinders fci
the Bast. Unless iho postponement of the
i rip conltrcts with some of his other en
gagements. he will certainly lie on the
State Highway i-omm -shiner P. Si .lullen
Wilson will also go ".'.?ns to give auggca
iinns as to the beat route and to estimate
the cost of materials :.nd construction. The
parly, which will consls.. of members of the
executive commlteee. will go to Washington
by one route nr.rl return by another.
Vurious Committees Named for Work at
Present Session.
After naming iti v.rlous commit tees and
assigning their -aerie, yesterday's session of
the Supreme Coun . Heyn) Arcanum, ad?
journed to reconvene ihls morning at 18
o'clock. During this time chairmen of the
committees will call i ?-eiher their member*
ami perfect an organisation for Hie Con?
ventions work
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the wo?
men attending the convention, along with
unite a number of <: egalea who were not
detained by committee meetings, went for
an automobile tour iho city and suburtis
ns the Knesis of Po- grand council.
The entire council attended last night a
reception at the ? ?>..? .-ivc mansion, tendered
by Governor and Mrs. William Hodges
Mann. The program contain! no other .?<>
.la] feature until the supreme council will
leave the Old Dominion Wharf to-morrow
morning al T 30 r?'< o k for a triD i0 James?
town Island.
Joseph Morris, Colored, l"ner? TViree Charges
Before <.r.m?I Jury.
Joseph Morris..I, win. held for the
giuiid Jury yeaterdaj In Police Court on
three charges of highway robbery. He Is
?' lesed to haVe hell .;. and robhed Thomas
Whip- ami AUgy || ,. n0 ,p fa>,\ t0 have
twice, attacked Hughes.
Prank Bantam ? , fined $;j and costs
for assaulting Ueorgi Childresa with a rock.
?lohn Wilson and Callle Jones, both col?
ored, wen- fined II and rosis each and
Placed undei HIM i for twelve months
i..r carrying conceo . | weapons.
Addle Johnson, r. red. was sent to loll
for six months foi stealing a ahlrtwalrt
froIn Dreyfus * Company.
Jamea Powell was -en't to Jail for four
mom ha for kteallni '.', from nohert II.
'home for incurables]
A most worthy charity, and one deserving the sup?
port of all our people. We trust that a large fund
was received by our noble women for that purpose
through their efforts of yesterday.
? The American National Bank
Begin now to accumulate something for old age j
or possible disability. This Bank will help you.
i ? I
Elmer Crawford, in Address at
Clubs, Tells Manufacturers
of Great Opening.
Severely Raps Congress for Its
Attitude on Big Public
Two hundred and fl'ty members of
tho Business M-u'k Club and Invited
guests last ni".ht heard Elmer Craw?
ford, tho Chicago editor nnd newspaper
proprietor, speak ou."Th< Trade Pos?
sibilities for th* South Through the
Opening o'. the Panama Canal."
"Great as has been the development
of the South In the past quarter of a
Century," said Mr. Crawford, "a great?
er commercial Impetus awaits our busi?
ness friend- of the Southern St at is
upon the opening of the Panama Canal.
In the next fifteen years trw Incrcu.se
of niunufaoturinig Industries in the
Southern States will ht so prent that
the present methods of doing bu.-incs.
nerc will be obsolete.
"The owners of the ?ntlre S?S.OOO.- J
UOi.tiO.? of property In tho South should
arlsj as one man a lid demand of Con?
gress the Immediate revision of our
navigation law*, so that American
ships shall be In a position to carry
at least 63.2 per cent, of our products,
us they did in 1SC1. Instead of *.s per
vent., as they did In 1011. Would that
rhe halls of Congress might ring again
with patriotic oratory a.> of old, so as
to rivet the attention of this nxtlon
upon our miserable navigation laws
and shipping fucillllos.
Would lllot out Stars.
"What a sad commentary upon the
qualification.- and foroslRht r.f our re
markaible bunch of petty grafters who
have thronged the halls of Congres
rhe par: half century, and whose abili?
ties were in evidence only when they
were able to feather their own nests,
nnd who would ha\v? blotted out the
stars on the Ajnerican flag and re?
placed them with the dollar signs, had
they dared."
Whii^' njt committing himself to any
particular ,-n.ip subsidy bill, Mr. Craw?
ford was emphatic In the demand Tor
some, subsidy of steamship lines If
American goods are to he carried In
American bottoms In a way to enrich
American manufacturers. Before
launching Into his philippic against
the hesitancy of Congress to approach
this question, the speaker took up the
general asp r\. of the c.mal question in
reference to trade.
?The paramount problem that should
lntfrrst the manufacturers of this
country Is the proper conception and
solution of trade exper.sion." ho said.
"The spheres of Influence controlled
by European nations arc. so extensive
that It behooves us to study well tho
situation. This great question and Its
ramifications will more vitally affect
I our manufacturers in a few years that!
I the solution of any problem now he
fore the American people; I'pon Its
proper solution depends the prosperity
of the manufacturers, and Incidentally
the prosperity of our progressiva coun?
Germany May Take l.end.
"Germany In the past thirty year*
hns not only surpassed the United
States and all other nations of Eu?
rope in trade expansion, but Is des?
tined to become the :.nd!ng commer- j
eial nation of the world, untere there |
Is a tremendous Industrial awakening,
along {hose lines In this country.
ller products ure carried in German I
owned and controlled ships, and arc
handled and exploited by Germans In
foreign lands, nur manufacturers
have been amply warned of the com?
mercial attitude of Germany, and con
not but real!/.- that in a few years,
because of the aggressiveness of the
Gier man manufacturer, hundreds of
our manufactured products will be
driven from Europe.
"What is going to be done by out*
manufacturers. who must In tho
future depend upon foreign trade for
the marketing of a large psrt of the'r
products? Rec'procity In its most
comprehensive character must prevail
with the nations north and semth of
i us. We must also have facilities for
jthe transportation of our products,
and the .protection of our commercial
credit. If we expect to capture and
rnalntuln trade with the Latin Ameli?
can countr'cs, there must be method
in our operations. The Panama ("anal
will bring us n arer tei f*atin America
by thousands of miles than any ag?
gressive manufacturing nation, lint we
should have our own ships to carry
our products, and our own hanks tn
j hand! ? our credits."
l'rnrs Some (.rent War.
j Mr. Crawford closed his striking
' address with a prediction of war with
some powerful European manufactur?
ing nation over the abol'tlon of the
Monroe Doctrine, unless American
manufacturers obtain and maintain
such a firm grip on the trade ol Eatln
America that European nations will
lack Hie pretext for tho acqulstlon of
territorial lonoossions 'n Sfittth Amer?
ica. The address created a profound
Following Mr. Crawford, John Trix,
.of Iietroit, hanker, educator and phll
lanthrop'st, delivered a humorous talk
that brought down tlie roof with
applause. Mr. Trix Illustrated his re
| marks on labor conditions in Detroit
In such a manner that his audience
was kept In n gale of laughter, lie
described step by step the organiza?
tion nnd perfection of the merchants
combination 'n Dotro't that has ef?
fectually blockod the dominance of the
trad? unions, and put the employers
In a position to deal on equal terms
with the employe over labor difficul?
ties. Mr. Trix has been three times
president of the 'Employers' Associa?
tion of Detroit," preslelent of tho
American Injector Company, of De?
troit; and once president of the
American Supply and Marh're Manu
! facturors' Association.
I Jewish Editor to f.ecture.
r.en'n r.oiotkoff. editor of the Jewish Dally
News, of Now Vork. and formerly assistant
dlstrlot attorney of Illinois, will lecture at
the Sir Moses Montetiorc Synagogue on Sun?
day night ot 8 o'clock under the auspices
of the Zlon Camp of Richmond. Xo. 73. lilt
theme, will bo "Jewlili Xationailsm and
Zionism ' The public Is cordially Invited.
Mr. Zolotkotf Is a noted writer and orator.
"Man . and Society."
Dr. E. N. Cnllm-h will give the last of
his three sermons on the general topic of
"Responsibility" ?t Reth .Vhabah Synagogue
to-night. The special topic for to-nlglit will
he "Man nnd Society." Por Saturday morn?
ing his topic will bo "Statutes oud Ordl
Suits Worth Up to $25, Choice $15
The opportunity is yours to take advantage of. All good
shades, all good materials, even Blue Serges. We are turning
over to you the result of a wonderful purchase.
Gans-Rady Company j
Total Amount for Home May
Exceed $3,500 When All
Boxes Report.
With several precincts Hill uhrc
ported, the total receipts of "Bell Day"
had last night nette.1 the Virginia
Home for Incurables the sum of $:t.a70.
78, and indications arc that the Ittial
counl will i.rinK the total to fS.COO.
Wiille badly handicapped In the fore?
noon b>' a small cloudburst, the. 1,000
workers scattered over the city went
at their tiTjk of tagging In the after
noon with a determination that taut?
ened one or more bells on every lapel
In Hi a city.
Many of the boxes counted up near
the century mark, but the bax of Mrs.
.lohn W, BurrUss, stationed at the Mu?
tual Building, Showed the record re?
ceipts of the day. with JlOK.r.u. Sec?
ond place was claimed by Mrs. A 1*.
Straus, stationed at the Jefferson <-'!ub.
WhOSO b?a showed collections of $107.
South Richmond led the outlying dis?
tricts with donations of $167, Barten
Heights running ?econd with receipts
of jso. The showing made by the
South Richmond workers surpasses
anything done in former campaigns of
this character. Highland Park and
Chestnut Hill fbllowrd with ?61.17;
then Fulton, with sriO.so; ?lnter Park,
with 116.78: Ashland, with $10s Peters?
burg Turnpike, with 125, and West
hampton, with $20. Church Hill re?
ceipts had not ln-en officially entered
when the other iiKures were given out.
Although the total receipts of the
1912 Meli Kay will probably fall $100
short of the donations made Hi 1911,
Mrs. lt. M. l'lilliuin and her coinniltteo
are highly gratllleel with thv result,
considering the iweuther conditions,
which kept so many people off the
street. One criticism was heard?that
the purchase of one bell did not Insure
Immunity from further entreaties for
? OtlArlbUtlons, contrary t*> the rule ob
Servad on Tag; Day. it was embarrass?
ing and sometimes aimo.-t impossible
for the man with live bells already to
refuse the purchase of a sixth.
III Health Leads Machinist to Altem;.:
Sid/ id.-.
Joseph O. llendrlckn thirty-five, years
old. 11 inachlni?t. yesterday ab'.ut noon
swallowed h quantity ol carbolic acid at his
lioine. K0T Accommodation Street, with the
Intention. It is laid, of eadlng his life on
account of HI health.
lie was treated i>y Or J. J. Hutoher, am?
bulance surgeon, and removed to the City
Hospital, li was raid that lie would re?
cover. 1
Hunting Realty Corporation, Norfolk. M. ,
J. Bunting, president; K. M, Hunting, vlce-.j
president; .1. I.. Hunting. secretury and,
treasurer?all e.f Norfolk, va. Capital, lie,-1
009, Object! lt.-al estate business.
Tlmbervlllo Creamery <?? (Inc.); Tim-1
berVllle, Va, B. M. Mlnnlck. ^r? slrten:; W.
('. Iluoitr, secretary und treasurer; E. M.
Hoover?all of Tlmborvllle. Capital: Maxl- j
mum. flO.ooO; minimum. IS,0M, Object:
Conduct a creamery business
Universal Decorating Company <Iii<-.i.
-Norfolk. Va Harry Levy, president; IV. W.
Jiiian. vice-president; B. A. Kootten. ?? re
tary anrl treasurer?all of Norfolk. Capital;
Maximum, tU.OOO: minimum. $l,0M. Object:
Decorating business.
Capitol C|ty Lunch Room l Inc.?. Rich?
mond, O. B, Williame, prtsl-.nt. Hartwell
viiie. Vt.; W, it. Hodges, vice-president,
Washington. D. C.j P. A. Klynn. secretary
and treasurer. Richmond. Object- Operate
a restaurant.
Foreign t harter. State of New Jersey,
granted 10 Baltimore Yellow Trading Stamp
Company, domes Heated, In Virginia, with
capital stock nf |l.T..ern. .lohn M. Bed. New?
port News. Va.. .statutory agcitt.
Acquitted of Huusebrraking.
F. H. Jackson, colored, was acquitted yes
trr.lay by a Jury In the Hasting* Court of h
charge of entering the dwelling of B. J.
Carter and stealing an overcoat.
"Rounder" Wyatt, colored, was rent to Jatl
for ninety days for assaulting Richard Lee,
Also colored.
Wedding Announcement.
r:.-v. and Mrs. Peter Meriwethcr Rov
den, of White Post, Clarke county. Va-;
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Rosa Rutherfoord Boy
den, to Sidney S. Clary, of Richmond.
The wedding will take place In June.
Marriage Licenses,
The following mi. rrlnge licenses were Is?
sued yesterday in the office of the clerk of
ihe Hustings Court: Gl nme M. Onskiil and
Magsle Child rets; Edward W. Oakley and
Maude Bva Tyler.
Get the tried and true kind?
G. M. Go's "Pearl"
Roofing Tin
It is the best at the price.
Gordon Metal Co.,
George Branvell Writes Note
Avowing Intention to End
Life?Was Despondent.
Despondent o\cr domestic troubles,
It v.ms said, George liranvcll, thirty -
six years oh!, un engineer, of jnu Baot
Main Street, yestcrduy morning nnout
11 o'clock swallowed a quantity ot
laudanum With sulrblil lute,it While
MttiiiK "ii n. bench In Jefferson Park,
lie was found unconscious by a pass?
erby und the City Hospital was hur
rledly notified. Dr. J. J. itulcher, am
bulanco surgeon, responded, and Bran?
vell responded to emergency treat?
ment. He was taken to the hospital,
und It was said that he would recover.
When his clothing was searched, a
note was found stating that ho In?
tended ending his life and requested
that hla two duughterS In an orphan
Ufcylum at Seventh and Leigh Streets
be notified. The noto ?ISO gave IliB
name, occupation und address, und re?
quested that his daughters bo told "to
grow up to bo ladles."
Home of Alexander II. Stephen* Will Bo
Marked Piesl Wednesday.
When the new building of the University
COIlese Of Medicine is opened to the publlo
[next Wednesday, one the m->it attractliu
features e.r the ceremonies will he the un
v, lit it* e! a t.ihl-t rouitneinoratli.s the favt
that on that ?pot etoud the residence of.
Alexander H. Stephens, tbc only Vlce-Preel
dent of the Confederacy, The tablet, which
li of bronze, simply fashioned. I? the gilt
of the Confederate Merserlol Literary s-.
clety. The unveiling exercises win take
place at ? o'clock.
The address will be made by William Gor?
don Brahtley, Congressman from d ot eta.
who will br Introduced by Judge lirotjcu
L Chltittan. chairman. Of the board of trus?
tee*, 'the veil will be drawn by Mlai Mal?
tha Belle Wllllrigham, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs, It J. Wlllltlghsm, Jr. formerly of
UeorglS, The music will t?e In charge of
; W. c. Mercer, who will have a specially
j drilled chorus of school-children under his
The tablet, on which Is Inscribed. "Alejc
i ander II. Stephens, Vice-I'rrsident of tho
I Confederate Staus of America, occupied this
j bouse In l.vtl. This tablet Is placed by the
I Confederate Memorial Literary Society." it
J ?111 be placed on lh<- Clay Street front of
I the building near the corner of Twelfth
I Preceding tho unveiling a retention will
?>e heid lu the Confederate Museum ?the
While House of the Confederacy? for tin
facility, board of truite-,. students and at?
tending friends of the University College of
Vedlelne, from 1 to i o'clock.
lt. B. Lee Camp win have practhai charge
of the affair, attending in unfoim. Key.
Landen lt. Matern. I?. I), tlie Commander,
?will open the services with prayer.
Mounted Policeman Mclionnugh und Miss.
Harnen c.e". Married.
Surprising a host of friends, Po'.iccman
William V. MoDnnough, a member of the
mounted ?gu?d of the First Iilstrict, and
Miss 11 ? y lies, were married yesterday af?
The ceremony was performed by rtev.
Loull .1. Stnet, assistant pastor of St. Peter's
I'nthoile Church, at o'clock, with only
.-?x.ra! Intimate friends of the brlio and
groom present. The marriage was a ?ur
prlse to the couple s relatives.
Several days ago Officer MeDonoogh ob?
tained n ten days' furlough from Chief of
Police Werner, Following the wedding he
left for Norfolk, und will probabiy be away
for more than a week.
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$40.95 Round Trip.
May 15-16-17, Limit, June 15.
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Richmond Corrugated
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817-819 N. Seventeenth St.
Works, Office,
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Our collar mould'?r makes collars
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