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V. matter what pattern you have been in the liabh of using, try tint, JL'ST < >M". Pictorial Review Pattern, selected from the Fall Fashion Quarterly and you will "i ilizb, a> millions of other women have, IMCTORI \l REVIEW PAT? TERNS arc the only one- which will give your dresses thai elegance Of line and French ehii that characterize all Paris made ?-. iSvrisj KEMKMBER, IT DOES NOT COST A BIT MORE to be dressed correctly, stylishly and in the most up-to-date fa?h ibn, but you must select the rieht pattern. Before you buy any other Fashion Quarterly compare she -:ylc~ illustrated in the fall number of the Fashion Monk. Now on sale at the Pattern Counter? main floor, Sixth Street?at Miller & Rhohdx. When ordering by mail, add 10c fc postage, or .t(?c in all. T?TE COfViiVIITTEE ALLED 10IE! Will Consider Party Primat Plan?Dates Announced for Public Speaking. Chairman J Tay.or Kllyson issued call yesterday for a meeting qt tl State Democratic Committee. |to t held at Murphy's II. \e\ Tl iratiay, Sc tenibei 12, at - c/clnek. Hcports >V Statej the lanipalgh (will lie discussi and any parly mailers which riialte itic appearance will be Cbhsl-lered. It is presumed the euniintttce w take Borne action rerrurdltig amen nienta to /the party primary plan. Cbnvehloih which w.is held in Norf? last May, The con mitten npprot ittatvl Instruct) 1 the chairman to p stnt It to Ihe_ convention. Sent ftnek to Committee, on ltosoliitlo >k to ad into i In regu] fore th< That! body, t resolution s. rdl . ? Insl i ucions to atl< " ???' conform to ft jthe law is that it ^ccliiesl fhht" t *pcnkli Be Formally Received and Accepted. A mil was Issued lnst night by President "William II. Adams, of the Bonrd of Aldermen, for a Joint session ? o'clock, to receive and act upon <he resignation of Mayor 1 ?. C. Richardson, ? ' - Miiyor llirl.ar.ls?!! yesterday pinccd ? ! f Richmond: nllemcn,^?I respectfully tender | my resignation ?>: the office of Ith grhtoful appreetatlon -if the in gent: faithftil And patriotic labors] ltc m< mb< i-h .'i i he City Council, ?h bn\. contributed much to | perbus in the history ?,f Richmond, with sihceri i!..uika for the per? il consideration arid regard always I ,vn m?. by <vcry member of your: \.n \\ ittiotti ?Inj or. et cvirfeet, however, to state imond Is without a Mayor, as ich.trdson tinder the law. will the Council tha CAMPAIGN SPEAKING DATES fieneral Rufim \ Ayert. ' ' :"' ?'. September 14. R. 1 Holland. Kdtvaril tt. Simnders, ft |?U liallfaa ? ? September ?1. . j mi.on ki.i y i' n. rmaa Bute Democratic 'Jg.-runuie*. HOBSGN'S RECORD IH CITY'S SERVICE Dr. Ennion Williams Surprise.I He is Not <'!i Citizens' Ticket. CLEANED UP THE CITY HOME Broke l'p Craft a id Mismanage? ment?l itizens' Committee Ignorant of Record. In an open letter yesterday to the! Citizens Association, which lias in? dorsed h ticket for election to the Ad? ministrativ) Board, Stute llouiih Com? missioner Knnton G. Williams indi? cates that ho will bo outside that ticket foii at leant iino man. lie earnestly commends Graham B, ttobson for ills character and his record, and especi? ally recalls the most valuable ser? vices rendered to the city by Mr. Hobson ?) piittlhg a stop to graft, corruption and mismanagement at the city lloiin . Nql know ing the scope of the In vestigntlon which the Citizens' Assoccl ation says it conducted into then-cords of ti.. candidates, Dr. Wlil'ams feels sure It did hot extend to the records of the City Council. Had it done so, Iii Ilia .lew. the association would never have made the mistake Of leav? ing Mr. ilobson's name oft the Bat. considering his record of actual s.-r vi-e to the City of Blchmond. It is recalled that Dr. Williams had a part In the cleaning up of the City Home, and possesses lirsl hand infor? mation on the subject. It's letter is as follows: Ur. \\ llllumx'fl l etter. KLhmond, September 3, 1912. To the Citizens' Association: Ueiitlerru-rij?Yo?t letter requesting me to support the nominees of your association for the Administrative Heard Is duly received. 1 am fully in accord with you In considering that the matter of select^ Ing live administrators is one of the greatest Importance, and thut inch voter should be satisfied that his se? lection resis on solid ground. You hace undertaken to make this selection tor those who cannot, or will not, make U for themselves. "(iruve Mistake.** I do not know what was the scope of your investigation of the records oi the seventeen candidates, but l bin satisfied tl.at it could not have ex? tended to the Council records, or you would not have made the grave mis? take of leaving off of your list a aiari who has demonstrated by actual s<--r servlce to the city that he possesses those qualities that should bo most desired in members of the board; qualities which some of your nomi? nees have failed to exhibit while tbey have had an equal or bette: oppor? tunity. if you will refer to tile records of the Committee on Belief of the I'oor ni 1 the daily press for iSOij and IW1-, you "111 llhd that Graham B. Hobson was chiefly instrumental In bringing about itii Investigation of the City Home. He made :hu charge, notwith? standing the threats and the opposi? tion of thus., concerned that bids for supplies were being tampered with, and he proved conclusively that bids had been tampered with, although sufllctent legal evidence was not ob? tained to show who the guilty party. Or parties, were lli.it had opened and chatmerl the bids before submission 10 lite Council committee. Incompcteney und Corruption. Among the Undings of the investiga? tion conducted by Urn ham B, Hobson was the wide open drug department, with no system of records to show wiio ordered the supplies or whether they came as ordered or what dispo? sition was made of tho supplies re? ceived, It was also rotlnd that tor ty-itve cuds oi wood disappeared; front the Institution, with no record i" show what became' ?I <h.::!. U could only I..- charged to "shrinkage or stcalag? ." Those and other findings of the in? vestigation were the record of Incom? petence and corruption. After ex? posing these conditions, ho applied himself to the reorganization of the institution along efficient and econo? mical lines. Another service rendered the city by Graham B Hobson was that of breaking, for n time at lenst, the en? tertainment of the Council commit tei - by lo ads of city departments, It was CliStOihary for some of the de? partment heads to Invite the com? mittee to partake of an elaborate din ne or Huppei Immediately following the ''annual Inspection." This blind.,1, the committee to Its proper sense of duty, and the Inspec? tion beenrne a farce. Graham 1*. Hob? son Introduced an ordinance to pre? vent this. Although It did not pass. It Had li>e effect of calling public at? tention to the pernicious custom and | .t :?11 end to it tppenlN to the Voters. While Mr. Hobson has tc.i in these and In other matters to which one i iniKht refer, his entire record in the | Oourti il has been fearless, determined ] und progressive Having served With' :..m and having followed his career, sine.- lie l' ft the Council 1 can attest , to I.Is ability and regard for public I'-i^i He has a neon! that shows, bin strong tense of d i'y to the peo pie of the city as weil ns hl.? fear-:; lessiiess in exposelng Corruption and Inciilciency. This record may not up . . il to stone, and ii Is to be regrot Iti i that ii did not to the citizens' n ittee. a fai t Unit can only he attribute to their Ignorance of the ?.I records of the candidates, tyut li hi earnestly to be hoped that 'it Will ITipeal r.. a very lace rn:i ? ? ? [knowledge of Graham B, Hobson. or '.of any of his other friends, and Is i '. upon my knowledge of Mr. Hob: ? I of the City Council together and sei-.,.; pi the Committee for the Ite Bespcctf nil v. (Sighed) LNN.oN G WILLIAMS ELMORE FINED S50 ?nii.bn.bi Had Law Changed to Lighten Ban's Punishment, I ~ B. Blniorn was fined tffi yesterday In I court for having dynamite In the i pL??r! ??'" r ' ?? th?h lipo! tim. urt'l t." * "???"???"? "?Hl Ilm? to tii? n,w ia-.v became cfftcilv*. President Reed Quoted in Public as Saving Citizens Have Quit Him. MEETING HELD IN FULTON Folkes Answers Publication Classing Richmond as - j .$3,000,000 Corporation. President William T. Reed, of the Citizens' Association, was quoted last1; night at the meeting of tl?- Fulton Civic Improvement Association by Alderman a. w. Bennett as saying tiiai tho members of the association have "laid down on the Job and left iiini with the bag to hold.'; Mr. Ben? nett repeated this as Mr. Reed's lan? guage. Opposition t" tli-? citizens' ticket was cVeri more prominent In the meeting of last night, which was held in the auditorium of Nicholson School. that) it hua been elsewhere In the campaign, livery criticism of the association was greeted with cheers, A good-sized crowd was in attendance. John P.. m01 ton presided. -We ?f ( Ity's VITnlrs. Scnatoi E C. Folkes devoted his ro- I marks to a statement made for publl- j cation by tho Citizens' Association to 1 the effect that Richmond is "n 13.000, 000 corporation." The astounding part of it. hind .Senator Koikes, Is thai the newspapers have circulated what ho termed tl?e biggest knock this city has ever had, Richmond's real esiatfc is assessed at (Svt,.,000 and personalty j at ?6U .,000. In addition, he pointed '?:t. the Auditor is suing the elty for i taxes <.n $10,000.. worth of city prop-; torty. not including parks, schoolhousos j and such other institutions'. "No business man who belongs to the Citizens' Association would think! of knocking his own business In this ' way." asserted Senator Folkoi. "The First National Unnk calls itself at *l-.. corporation, and It ir. lor If a mistake was made by it, somebody I would be likely to go to jail. Vet the great city, of Richmond Is advertised by these Solomons as a $3,000,000 cor- . poration. I understand 1 got three minutes' consideration from the asso? ciation, and 1 am glad 1 didn't get | What The; Received, Charles K. Richards said all he ever' pot for his service to the city was] 100 car tickets a month. Captain I Charles F. Taylor said he had received I nothing nt nil Ho ontenllcd that the! Administrative Board was but an cn- j largemcnt ,.f the Firo Hoard. Henry P. Beck was f?r the improve? ment of Lester Street. So was Graham B. II d.s,,n. who said he had worked for the proposition i? nie Council. William H. SCImrm rmann said the board, unlike council committees, would finish up things It started. Georgo B. Davis said the young inch who wire )i,s h.arers will live to seel the day when ther,- will be a proposi? tion to annex Ashland. The Citizens' Association, lit fcald. with all Its wis? dom, had put four of Its five candi? dates In one ward, and he said the eastern section should have justice. Nor was the possession of money, ho thought, the best qualification of a! candidate. Wood row Wilson had not 1 long ago applied for a pension from tho 'arneglc Foundation. Some 1 in It Snort. F.dgar II. Fcrgtisson made his usual! pi at,lying one-minute speech. George Pun! was also fairly brief, while .lohn \ W. Moore cut his remarks to a crisp I minimum'. Marx Glinst repeated his unwillingness to make promises In ad-i vanee of facing a situation; William j P. knotvl.es said he had been told if all city ilephrtmonts were run ns well | as the pas works, there would he no need tor an Administrative Hoard. a W. Bennett was asked by a man In the crowd; "What about tho Rich? mond nnd llenrico franchlso?" He merely replied that nil h's votes ?/ere on record, and he was willing to stand on them. Graham R Hobson thought all hoards should be under one head, nnd predicted that this would certainly come, or else that the Administrative Board would be In time abolished. John Hlrachberg said ho was the father of the proposition to put all de? partments tinder the Administrative Board. I l"or further particulars about him. j ).e referred I,Is hearers to the news? papers. "They u II of my past.'' he said, ?and you pay money every day to get it. If you would conic to me. 1 would give ii to you without charge." He jig linst a candidate that he Is young, dIJ not think it was an argument so that he has brains. Mr. Davis presented a resolution of regret at the death of John F. Don Leavy. and pledging the candidates for the board la attend the funeral in a body. It wan unanimously adopted by tin- naiid Ida tea present. IUI Her \t Mh shoe. Wllllnrn Gray, colored, was fined 110 nnd 1 osts yesterday morning In Polle? Court for hitting Rosa MorR?au with n shoe. William !>nvl?. colored "ris fined 15 and r,,M? for Interfering with Patrolman Her ? < : In the discharge ,,f hl? duty. One More Opportunity Will Be Given You To Purchase Some of Our Finest Suits at Cut Prices. Though considerably broken in sizes, our stock of finest suits is still too large for this season <>f the vear, so we ;ire going to use the pressure of reduced prices to reduce our stock. Beginning this morning, hundreds of our finest and most exclusive suits, which sold up to $30.00, Will Be On Sale at $14.75 Each. Colors arc blue, brown, gray and light shades. Goods are Worsteds. Cheviots, Serges and Homespuns. GANS-RADY COMPANY. TECHNICAL TERMS HAD FULL SWING Electro-Therapeutic Association Devotes Day to Scientific Discussion. By attentive diligence, nnd by rea? son of itit- fact that Bcveral speak? ers on the program were absent, the American Klect 1 ic-Therapcutle Asso? ciation was able to complete its first ijay'i program yesterday; While com? putation In the absence of figures is Impossible tho estimate might safety be made that more polysylahlc words and technical terms were unburdened In the Jefferson a-i-liti-riiim than at any time since the construction of tho hotel Forty-two doctors, representing fif? teen States and one foreign country, were registered up to last night, and additional registrations are expected to-day. Tho convention was enlivened by the appearance Of several women, two of whom arc members and taking active part In the discussions of the papers. Ben P. Owen, private secretary of Governor Mann and Mayor D. O. Richardson, welcomed the visitors. The convention begaA with a business session devoted to organization and the report of committees. The reports were completed at tho afternoon session and the reading of the numerous papers begun. Promi? nent figures In the presentation of pa? pers an I the discussions following them were Dr. William Benham Srtpw'. N,w Vork; It. George 13. Pfahler, Philadelphia; Dr. Frederick d< Kraft, New York; Dr. F. Howard Humphries, London, Eng.: Dr. Louis von Cots Hirsch, Philadelphia, and Dr. it Mirsrk. Philadelphia. The gathering while small was a notable array of scientific men. and the papers were characterized by carefulness nnd in? sight. To-day's program Includes luncheon at the Valentine Museum, a banquet to-night on the Richmond roof garden and the sclentitlc papers. There will be a business session beginning at & o'clock. A large number of the physicians wi re continually occupied In inspect? ing the exhibits of electrical apparatus set up In a room on the first floor of the auditorium. The instruments wen all of a late design and Several of them are without duplicates In the en? tire world. A magnetic wave genera? tor, which Includes some of the pr|n , Iplea of the recently invented high motion car by Bachtel, war, on citnl MARRIED IN WASHINGTON I. leenHes Insned There to Munj Conplea From Richmond, Marriage licenses were Issued in Washington yesterday to the following :.. :.i;.oi.d i olUfles Charles JC Olston and Alrr.a J. Al bertson, of 1322 North Twenty-first Street; Oeorgo L Sanderson, of 1103 Taylor Street, and Lula H. Vass; Wal? ter L. Martin and Mary Gibson, of 'j0?> Park Avenue: WiPard S. Hoblnson, of 2015 West (Jrace Street, and Allee J. Wright; Alexander Forsythe, of IS Sr.utli Fifteenth Street. and Lena Sheffield; Willie N. Wiltshire, of 717 North Twenty-seventh , .reet. and Iv.ey L. Mason, of 1403 Beverly Street; Jo? seph F. Haynes, of 610 North Twenty third Street, and Beulah V. Bellam. Of |12 North Thirty-lit st Street; John II. White, Jr.. of 7l9 Lamb Avenue, and Rosalie M- Stone, of 2001 Floyd Ave? nue. Mleged Cruelty tn Animal*. R. B. Maker was arrested yesterday oh a warrant charging him with cruelty to n horse. Kniest Hlnes. col? ored, was arrested for overloading a mule. Ill at Memorial Hospital. Hr. C. W. Keel, of ("'re Dank, Va., who has been 111 ?t the Memorial Hospital. In rapidly Improving, Dr. Keel wag al one time an Intern* at the Old Dominion Hospital. Dr. J. M. Babel, of Jeter's Hill, Va., la also a patient at the Memorial. for his master a few nights ago by ycllrig in a shrill voice: ' Wake up! Somebody's coming!" That was all the parrot could >ay, !>ut that was enough. !t woke Mr. Carter's house? hold, in St. Louis; and cau.-vd a sneak thief to drop a coat containing $100. Valuable papers were a!>" H the coat. Y< >U probably haven't any such pet. Anyway, a sound financial institution like ours is a safer guardian for your money than an arm}' of watch parrots. Put your cash in the American National Bank OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, where yoti will get 3 per cent interest and have no worry as t" its Safety. VVc can take care <>f your papers and other val? uables in one <??' our Safe Deposit K<>xc>. W e aim to give \ "ii 111 many ways SECURITY AND SERVICE. COL GRUNDY 10 PREFER CHARGES Father of Boy Struck by Officer Jennings Will Take Matter to Police Board. As a result of evidence which was only partially revealed lrj Police Court yesterday. Alderman Barton H. <!rundy will prefer charges agninst Patrolman R. W. Jcnnlnss, who i? charged with .assaulting Caiber 11 Gruhdy, his son, In Broad Street, near the Memorial Hospital, eatlv vest, r day morning. Voung Qruhdy was ar? rested by Ottlcer Jennings while Wait? ing for a street car and for refusing to move when ordered to do so. The:., wer..- bruises on hla bead, It being alleged that he was struck by Jen Inge, who used his list and club, af? ter making the arrest, and while, holding the prisoner at a patrol box. Jennings claimed that tirundy resisted arrest, dandy's statement being that policeman continue-: to heat him until he cried ?'enough" There were few people In the street I at the time, nnd it is claimed that Jennlhga acted without discretion when ordering Qrundy and his com? panion. James I), l'atton, Jr, to move on. Justice Crutchfleld did not go thoroughly Into the case. When the I .-. it :r.- of the charge was disclosed, he announced that the hearing would be continued until Saturday, at which time otto-r witnesses wilt testify. It I was stated last night that Jennings ! would produce witnesses who wo lid I testify that his conduct was not i . jeel to criticism. The officer Is said '? to li.iv? a good record with the de? partment. From all accounts Jennings had \,*< r. j pursuing a prisoner who had escaped, and nt whom he fired three tithes,' when Grundy and Patton approached. They stated that the prisoner dropped his hat and Wat Jennings jumped upon It and then kick..! it Into the street Jennlngs's statement is that he unln- | tentlbnally stepped upon the hat nnd | then shoved It aside. At this point Grundy and Patton declare they oft? ri i | their assistance, but the otllc.-r mnln-i tains that they began to "Josh' him for permitting the prisoner to escape, j He ordered Grundy to move find when he refused, Jennings s'< iri.-d him by the] i-ollar. drngged him across the street. to a patrol r.ox. While at the patrol box strong arm methods wer- used, and Grundy's head still bore evidence of blows when he wt nt to court yi sti r day. I'af.on nttempted to intervene but he was threaten..! with arrest un? less, lie moved away. Gruhdy alleges that Jennings said wliile beating him. If you don't holier enough I'll kill you." He hollered, he said, because the officer was holding him by the right hand as the blows were Inflicted. Alderman Grundy Investigated the i case and he was bitter last night in denouncing the act of the policeman. He will fight the matter it: Police Court and will prefer chnrges before the Police Board. Voung Grundy says that he has heard from a number of volunteer witnesses who will cheer? fully testify in his behalf on Saturday. The man who escaped was wanted .by the officer for addressing Insulting remarks to him. His Identity Is known to the police nnd it is probable that a warrant will be sworn, out tor his ar? rest. BIG CROWD AT BANK New First National Opened on Time tn II? Temporary ?iiiiirter?. Promptly at the regular hour yesterday morning the new First National Hank open? ed Its doois at the temporary location. WO Fust Main Street, and throughout the day did mich a business ns no "new'" bank ever transacted In this city. Early In the morn? ing the lines began forming before the pay? ing and receiving teller?, and the march before the window.* was continued until the closing hoflrs. It seemed that nearly every patron of the consolidated bank was anxious to make a deposit or cash a check on the opening day. The reorganization l-.nrt been so carefully planned thnt there was no mor,i delay or confusion than there would have been ha,l the task of moving taker, a week H stead of one day. Everybody got waited ..n promptly and everybody seemed pleased. Officers of the bank were the recipients of many congratulations not only from Rich? mond people, but from corn spending banks In all part? of the country. Many of them sent wreaths and baskets of flowers, which were arranged In the lobby. Unfortunately, the officials of the bonk wero loo busy to keep any count of the number of people who passed through the doors for one pur? pose or another, nnd the actual attendance cannot be ascertained. One of the officers said, however, that the crowd was probably the largest ewer served In a single day. And thi business; it was big business, he said, though at that time he knew no more of Its magnitude than of the number of people who contributed to It GOES TO JAIL Xcgro Who BccklcMily Drove Hack l n able to ray 5100 Pine. James Itrr.ry Taylor, alias "Charcoal." colored, who left havoc in his wake ns he recklessly drove n hack through Marshal! nnd Thirteenth Streets Monday night, was lined J1O0 and costs and placed under (300 bond for bis good behavior for twelve months (n Police Court yesterday. In de? fault he was committed to Jolt. Aside from crashing . through the safety gntes of the Seaboard Air I.lne Railway. In Marshall Street between Fifteenth and Six? teenth, he ran Into n runabout owned by Edward Crersihaw and caused n runaway, which badly damaged the vehicle. Bo capped the climax by driving over the foot of William McQuinn, a three-year-old negro, who was sitting on the curb near his home In N'orth Thirteenth Street, mashing off the child's small toe. HIS CERTIFICATE Official Vote Gives Him 5,823, Against 4,355 for Congress? man Lamb. A a already stated In The Tlmrs -Dls patch, the exact majority of former Governor Andrew Jackson Montague over Representative John Lamb in the recent, congressional primary, is 1.to*. The complete returns were canva?*. d yesterday by tho Third District Demo? cratic Committee, and Chairman R L. Scott was (Instructed to deliver Governor Montague his certificate of nomination as the party's represent?, ? The nfTlrlal returns are las follows: Cities liarnb Montag ic Richmond . j,<i;s 3 918 Wllliarhsburg . 13 ' ar, Counties: Hcnrlco . 417 t,:o Hanover . :(-,r, ? en Chesterfield .'. 331 .1 a m e s City . ', I ,". '? Klhis William . i.-ix WATSON TO SPEAK Will Addreaa lloontcm on Tlielr Re llirn I ron, i Brollnn, F. .1. Watson. Commissioner of A gri culture. Commerce and Industries 01 -'? .. rj Ca rot loa. win 1.,. .,:ir. ?f th, speakers at thy Boosters.' meeting- t ? held at th? Gits Auditorium ?,. the to say. The ni'-etlnc at the A UdltOrlum will ? '? t ... . \ . f : he B r tour Of the Cardl'nas, which begins <>n Sep? tember 11. A .".umher of addresses l>-. locol business men and by Speakern from North Carolina e.ties are on the program. The Boosters will inarch to the Auditorium In a V'odv shortly af? ter the arrival of the train In Htch mond. Around the World Cruises Eastward October 19th front New York. Westward February 1913, from Sam Francisco 110 days?Jfi.'o up All necessary expenses Included. For details consult TUB ItltrilMONI) THANSKEIt CO., Mip Kant Main sIrr,.,. Richmond Corrugated Paper Company Mair.ifacturcr-i CORRUGATED BOXES, WRAPPERS, PARTITIONS, Etc., 817-S19 N. Seventeenth St. Works, Office. Phone Monroe 32"' Madi?ia 725 "Alitiebeter" Shoe-Repairing Service No nail work. All sewed. Men's Shoes Half-Soled. 75c; Heeled, 25c. Women's Shoes Half-Soled. 65c: Heeled, 25c. Wagons call and deliver everywh'ra. ROYAL LAUNDRY SHOE nBPAiniXG DEPARTMENT. Phones Monroo 195S and 1!>59. "MONROE" ^EI Redipped Roofing Tin Reliable in Every Respect McGraw-Yarbrough. Co Wholcaale Plumbing Supplies 122 South Eighth Street, Richmond, Va. Pboncs: Madison and Monoc 920. Get the tried and true kind?? G. M. Co.'s "Pearl" Roofing Tin It is the best at the price. ^ordon Metal Co., RICHMOND, VA.