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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES Kor wwmea arc oliaruilntcly llluMratcd dolly ?? Hie llouacIiold l'agf of THE TIMES-DISPATCH Eidltnond QTituc SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY Hrliijr y?ur ropy to-day. lira' l-Xntr, lltiNlnrsx Oinuren. (Iuari!? ' cr? Wonted. Help \\ noted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,899. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. ?TWELVE PAGES TO-DAY'S TTATR WKATHBR 1 PRICE 2 CENTS. AMERICAN TROOPS TO LEAVE MEXICO ON NOVEMBER 23 Date Announced by Bryan After Conference With Wilson. APPARENTLY RECEIVED WITH SOME SURPRISE To What Authority Port of Vera Cruz Will Be Delivered Not Made Plain. UKQl'IKKI) GUARANTEES UIVKN Villa Moves AguiuMt Carrunzu and Plans Attack on Tamil I co. WASHINGTON, November 13.? Monday, November 'J3. was llxed to-night as the date for the American evacuation of Vera i.'rtiz. Secretary Bryan Issued thin announcement : "Both Geijoral Oarransa and the convention at Auuascallentes having given the assurances and guarantees we requested. It Is the purpose of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES! For women art vharuilnglj Illustrated dally on the House- ! hold 1'ige of THE TIMES-DISPATCH jj Sidptumd Winit SUNDAY WANT ADS PAy]! llrlnic your I'tipy to-(ln?. Hen' I'jntntr, tlu nI qcmh Ctmucrn. noart'- '? cm Wanted. Help \\ noted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH I 64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. ?TWELVE PACES TO-DAY'S FATR WBATHER 1 PRICE 2 CENTS. AMERICAN TROOPS TO LEAVE MEXICO ? 8N NOVEMBER 23 Date Announced by Bryan After Conference With Wilson. APPARENTLY RECEIVED WITH SOME SURPRISE To What Authority Port of Vera Cruz Will Be Delivered Not Made Plain. ItK^LIKKT) CtUAllANTKKS UIVKN Villa Moves Against Carrunzu and Plans Attack on TaniI?lco. WASHINGTON, November 13.?Mon-j day. November ?3, was fixed to-night J as tlie ?late Tor the American evacuation of Vera Cruz. Secretary Uryan issued this an- I nouuccmeut: { "Both General Oarransa arid the; con - ; vcnllon at Aauaseallentes having I given the assurances and guarantees I we requested, It is ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

; ? ; *=? ? , T Hpfes Reported to Have Retaken Dixmude From Germans Tuesday; thut their attempts to breal; down the British resistance around Tprca have failed, and that their attack In the vicinity of Labassce has met with no greater success. Tho German official report again says tho German attacka are progressing, and records the capture of prisoners. Oil the other hand, the French official communication declares all German nt- ] tacks have been repulsed, and that an , advance has beon made by the allies nearly everywhere. Vienna admits tho Austrlans hnvo < evacuated Eastern Gallcla, but as an i offset to this, says the Servian rc- j slstunce hsa been broken, and tho Aus- j triaim have crossed the Danube, drlv- i ingr the Servians back into their own j country. U\UIOAVORIN(i TO FOIICK MOXTKNEGKINS BACK ! Vienna also reports that tho Austrlans have turned their attention to the Montenegrins, and arc endeavoring j to force them back. According to a \ Montenegrin report th...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

KIIro Classes Its Advocates us "the Vultfavisfc Crowd I Know Of." MO<j)KK TAKKS DIFFKHENT VIEW Sneuks1 Heartily i? Favor of Sociological Religion, and Discusses Missions at Great length?Annual Memorial Exercises of Conference. ? 'NORFOLK. VA.. November 13.?With tiio added stimulus of two notable aUdceBses. one by Bishop John t.. Ivllgo, l? which eugenics v. a* *ar"Bt Ha advocates classed as the \ ulga crowd I Know of." and the otbcr bj Itev. J. M. Moore, favoring religion, to-day a ?es8lonH of tbe \ |r^ i'lnia annual conference of the Meino iilit VSV.to,.ul Church, South; w*r? ..ot without feature* of jjrurt* 1 .5.* " . Ad:!rsu,l'e SnC ?X<',p icitirosaid If any of the ministers SiuMd ?!> out ?*'??" ? f I ?? ill I KOtlP nOUSCflj *?'* ' * Sft do so. but that bis commission W^oT^rohTn;naSed too much with ss;ss;, -Tof temporal comforts. You alk about Christian civilization as " " * ^ered sort or hyperderniic to be administered f1 lnfiierUrient?to .land u...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

SPORTS ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES NEST Elm snows WIN ATHLETIC NIEET 1 9core 58 Points .Against Opponents' 87 at Broad Street Park?Officials. Run Off Events in Good Time. WATKINS INDIVIDUAL STAR Takes One First, One Second and a Third?Saunders Easily Captures x the Running High Jump, Which Was the Best Number on the Card. Point Winners Seotlonal. "West End Schools 53 Bant Rnd Schools 37 Iudivldunl. H'Rtklns ... Bryant .... Held Wclafdd ... Rlotint Kehler R?M : Cretrj Taylor e . Saunders ,... 3 Rose 4 Jackson -4 Ilnbncy 3 llohbln.it .... 3 Ritclter IS Cnrroll . .... 1 Mntowlnsky . 1 August 1 Wliltlock ... I Total 00 There Is great Joy In the West End of the city to-day, and the cause for tho happy feeling in that the schoolboy athletes won the Joint mef-t with the stars of the Eastern section of the c?tty at Broad Street Park yesterday afternoon. The 'West Knd boys scored a -total of 53 points against 37 allowed their competitors. The meet was about the most sucoesafu...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

SPORTS | ODDS OF TWO TO ONE THIT ME WILL WIN Tiger Supporters, Expressing Confl- | dence, Cover All Offers?Wash- J ington Holies to Attend. HARVAKI) TO USE SCRUB TEAM I Brown's Gamo Not Looked Upon as : Hard Proposition?Navy to Use Full Strength?Army Eleven Crip- ? pled?I'enn Reinstates Tucker. I PRINCETON, N. J., November 13.? ! "Tlio Tigers will go into to-morrow'n ' gamo with tlio four in their hoarls and a determination to win." declared Coach Eddie lia^t to-day. The team i Is keyed to its highest lighting pitch. The practice this afternoon consisted of a light signal drill. The Pill's practiced In the stadium for an hour during the afternoon. After the Yale team had retired the presentation exercises for the stadium were held. Kdgar Palmer formally gave over tho structure to the unl- i versity, and President Hlhben accepted. 1 The hotting to-night Is Ma 1 on ] Vale, and Prlncetonlans arc snapping ! up tho Ell money. Tlio field is In perfect condition, and tlio weather Is clear....

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

?< ? ?hp8Timp^?i^patrh $? -ataaaesa i ? ,,.. r?|K TIMES Pounded I.sxs ? tilia Dispatch, rounded Pobllnlied every day In Ihr jtmp liy The 'l'liue?DUpatcli I'llbllnhlnK Company. lur. Addrena nil ???mmUnloatloiiM to THE TniKfi-DISI'ATrtl, TlMM-Ulnpnlcli llulldlujr, 10 South Tenth street, Itlekniontl, Vn. thi.iiimiiim:, tiAMxn.r^ i I'uhSlvntlon onire HI Soutli Tenth street Mouth Hlehinomt 1020 Hull Street I'tltroliurc I'M) \orth Sji'nmnrr Street l>y iii-hhurfc ils I-:? kl>t!? Street HAMlltOOK. STOKY it IIUOOKS, IXC, Speelnl Advrrlhinit HepresentntlveK.Xeir York 5400 Klfth \vi-mir Philadelphia Mutual Mfe llultdiuK <"hle?H? People*** tins llulldliiK st bscuiptiox lUTks H > MAII> Our Sl\ Three tine POSTAGE I'.MII > enr. Woi. Hon. Mo. Dally nnrt Sundfiy . . . *fl.OO 00 *1.50 s .55 Dally only t.oo i!.oo t.oo :ir?; Slimlii; only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25, lly TinivH-Dlspateh ('nrrler Delivery Servlee in niuhraoud &lt...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

Household ^ ^, ,, ,C|S , v ^ Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes MISS KATHARINE R. PRENTISS TO WED HAL L. THREADCRAFT Ceremony Will Take Place at St. Jame's Church This Evening at 6 o'clock. Tlio leading society event of to-day will be the marriage of Miss Katharine Russell Prentiss, niece of Samuel Wlngtleld Travers, to Hal Law Threadcraft, which is to be celebrated this evening at 6 o'clock in St. James's Episcopal Church. Tho edifice will be beautifully decorated for the ceremony and many handsome costumes will be worn by the women present. The bride has chosen a number of lovely girls as her attendants, and Itheir gowns are charming affairs of tulle and satin. Mr. Travers will give his niece away, and the ceremony will be performed by Rev. Thomas C. Darst. A reception for the bridal party and the Immediate families will follow at the residence of Mr. Travers, 602 West Franklin Street. The bride Is a sister of F. Travers Wood, and made her debut In Richmond last season. A pretty din...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

PORTRAIT OF II Mill I DRAWN IN FINE NOVEL Mary S. Watts's "The Kise of Jcnni? CusliinR" Helongs in Human Document Chiss. VIEW'S OP IiATliST HOOKS English and French Africa Taken ns Background for Stories?Hive of a Youth Pictured in "Bellamy." Other Fiction. Amonp the very few novels that may tvlth truth be designated "human documents." Is to be fouml Mary S. Wntts's latest book, "The Rise of Jennie CushIng" (Macmillan). The story Is very long, but, because or it--* literary workinansblp. a-s well as Its Intensely human quality, it is not too long. It is not I a book to be skimmed lightly; It is too big-, but an attentive perusal will more than repay the reader, for "The Ktso of Jennie Gushing" is distinctly of the yorth while class. Kor the first time, iMrs. Watts has entered the field of fiction in which such novels as "Sister j parrle" and "Jennie Oerhardt" are conspicuous, but her art has successfully | borne her through that new field as It | has borne her through all that she h...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

VIRGINIA LEADS LIST III GETTING NEW MEMBERS Nearly 500 Member* Added to State t Chapter, United Daughters of, Confederacy, STANDS SKCOND IN MNMllKKSHIP 1'leau for Greater Interest in History of South Made at Historical Session of General Convention?Adjournment Slated for To-Day. HAVANXAH, OA/, November Vi.? ITea a for n greater. interest In the history or the South wero made here to-night at tlie historical session ? ot tl'.u annual general convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. t>alsy/Mcl.aurin Stevens, of Brandon, Miss., president-general of the Daughters, and .Miss Mildred Lowl^ Kutherford, of Athens, Ou., were the chief npeakers. Tho report of Mrs. u. Haliburton, registrar-general, of I?lttlc Rods. Ark., to-day showed tho membership of the organization to be 35,827. Texas leads ill States In membership, with a total of S.814. Virgtnla Is second, with 0,?M4. In obtaining new members during the last year, Virginia led with 1S2. North Carolina was se...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

PRICES FOR SECURITIES BUOYANT III IHf CASES Number of Listed Stocks Score Substantial Advances, and Standard Oil Issues Rise Sharply. DARK SPOT OX F1XAXCIAI, MAl?, From Smaller Cities Advices All Point to Early Kef urn of Public Trading, but on Xew York Ex* | change Inactivity Heroines Chronic. : nr nnoADAN wai.t,. NEW YORK. November IS.?Prices for securities In Wall Street to-day wore In manjr eases buoyant. Short-term notes touched new high levels, high-grade bonds wore In some enses on a level with tlie ofllclul closing pr!cen of July Many of tho listed stock;- scored substantia.! advances, and ? Standard OH Issues rose sharply. Ont-oMoivn exchanges announced prepa- | rations to resume business. At Chicago, i President Ahlrlch, of the Chicago Stock Ex- ' ? -liange. Is looking forward In u resumption of btttlni >s November From the smaller ? ?Itles advices ail point to an early return ot TitiblJc trading. The one dark spot on the llnanclal map Is the New York Stock Kx- ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

feSnmss'-ifcpafrh filXTT-FOUnTU TE3AB admittedly 1 rilB BEST. MEDIUM IS the SOUTH iron CLASSIKIED ADVERTISING. IELlEPMONK your wants TO HAIVDOLFH? ?TIM ?3DX9PATCli WAW A?. ClATKS.NDO,'P" ' ?I>?rS?Nt *o? phinia'** tphon^cflni# w0*? ur"'*ss<si lost and found HELP WANTiCD?Mala 1 eh ??4S3! p>pt. 429-T. HochInstitute. ?y??,''g.l.??y" steward. help WANTED?Fem.iy J NfopLM???;eUy LafdniohT1rVaSa,0r ,TRntc'l I ^s^&si.se^.yiss? i t?6t'Ato)M?J36({ mont^Tooo0'^ J?b": i lants m Jnthly. v? te for iL a?J,olr',t- " Y^nrctltuto. DopV'^o'-f | ^n?1B!S2S www nUrsd tor chll["ti.Uk Plu.noHl^n^:'1^ Mr.. I ' nurae^ 3 -yoar-oidU''i-h?? """Petent! n Premises Hertholct. CoIonSu?Thoa" ELP cIerTtb;?exarr!jnatYonsIs or> iind Postal X'M. ! delphla. i?g. ^JerN,,'0 ^opartment. Mill-| atca/lj" tel|ncoine ^on-caponM** e<L,n ow a paper*. Experlenc^o' '.?? K for bo^.^!,rgpon^"t"I HELP WA.VTED?Profcaj,l7n~r~ FpluiTinaciHtfnGivo 5refo?nn r0ff,ster?d ti ex...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 November 1914

An Extraordinary Sale of Women's and Misses' Coats $ 12.50 Values Up to $29.50 Big sample lots of this season's most popular garments, just received from several of New York's foremost manufacturers, purchased greatly under value and permitting the inauguration by us of what is, beyond question? The Goat Event of the Season We shall not attempt a detailed description of these Coats?there are far too many for that. It is enough to say that among them you will find DRESSY COATS, MOTOR COATS AND SMART COATS FOR MOST EVERY OCCASION! These comprise all the fashionable colors now in vogue?plain materials and mixtures?trimmed and plain tailored models, lined or half-lined with best satin or peau de cygne. $12.50 ?( In order that we might reach .the standard of our former Coat sales, we I simply had to provide some Coat bar- ' gain of a most unusual nature. In this instance, however, we have succeeded with more than our accustomed efficiency. COME AND SE13! $12.50 Richmond's Kid Glove Store...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT lly placing: an ardrr for <he ?laity Uelltcry to your home or oRlcc of THE TIMES-DISPATCH READ THE WANT ADS They trll of opporlaalllf* far nhlcli you may have bee* loatk^ t??? THE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,900. 64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1914 FIFTY-FOUR PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS TO-DAY'? WEATHER RAIN FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS IS DEAD .V O ?? v ft BRILLIANT CAREER OF AGED WARRIOR COMES TO CLOSE Famous British Field Marshal Succumbs to Pneumonia. WAS ON VISIT TO FRANCE TO SEE INDIAN TROOPS Kaiser, in 1912, Referred to Him as "Ablest Soldier of the Times." ALWAYS A MAN OF WARKAKR Ills ami Decorations Kvcry(liiiiK Thai a Nation or M011arrh Could Grant. 1.1 >S'r>b>)'. November 1 (I":3T? A. M 1. ? Fluid !??-f< I? fi 1 Karl lloborts died I situ night in K ranee from pneuinonlii. A telegram from Field Marshal ?Sir John French, commando"* of I ho British expeditionary forcca on thu Continent, :?'(?prJ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Reports From Battle Fronts Continue Meagre Kronch official accounts claim sue-1 ; ?jesscs. ['? ' "\Vhllo tho eyes of the world ltavo ! _ bean on the battle near the north eea- ; , coast, there lias been fierce lighting i - farther Inland, and the Alsno Valley, | \ tho Argonne forest and tbo vicinity of j t Verdun again have been scones of san- | J KUlnary clashes. Neither side, bow- j 5 fever, has made any Impression on tbo j pother side. Tbo Germans won their j ^victory at Vallly, the fruits of which, j ? however, they since have lost. Farther j * east winter has set In, and tho mouu?talus where the troops are facing each * other are covered with snow. The Russians, continuing their enveloping movement around 13ust Prussia, have now entered Kypin, which is west of Boldau /and on the rond to ! Thorn, so that they liavn now almost ? surrounded Kmporor William's nortli- ; western and favorite province. 1)13 VIS AT OK ltl SSIAXS CLAIM ED l?Y (iGIOIAXS Just sotithwest of Kypin, however,...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

This Is a Price-ReducingTime At every step and on every floor of this great building will be found price conditions, many of them that seem almost absurd. It is our duty always to help you to the best at the lowest possible obtainable price. As is weli known, the most wanted goods of every season have to be disposed of in the season for which it was produced. Importers and American manufacturers too have not had an easy time this season. They have for some time been READY TO UNLOAD. Price Concessions Has Been the Words and Price Concessions at Cohen's Monday This applies throughout every part of the store, making'this page useful information DAYLIGHT STORE 2^?RICHMOND Carpets and Curtains All Is ftot Gold That Glitters Your purchases and wants are settled with ease and at a saving by a call Reduction Prices have struck the departments with the fury of an unusual storm, past week, because we had the chance to buy at most unusual prices. Our steady to ue 42c $16.50 :h Covers that usua...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

EMUS ACTIVE Iff Am. ON SEA AND BENEATH IT News Causes. Considerable Excitement in London and Depresses Public Mliul. SUBMARINES IN OPERATION Kaiser's Fleet in Kiel Canal Reported to lie Preparing for .Action?Another Million Men Asked For in House of Commons. [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.] LONDON, November X*.?German-ac-tivity in tlit? air, on tl\o soa anil beneath it, all threatening tlie English coast) has caused considerable excitement An London. Tlio news liatA a dopresslng elTect on tlie public mAnd, already depressed by the published announcement that tlie British casualties in the war liad reached the figure of 57.000 up to October 31. German aviators havo succeeded In flying over Shecrpess. a fortified seaport in Kent, at tho mouth of tho Thames, and forty miles from London, and over Harwich, seventy miles from London, in lCssex, according to Information given to the press in J3orlin. A number of German submarines are reported again to be operating off tlio Belgian co...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

BUS* SESSIONS ARE HELD Bf MISSIONARY UNION l-'our Hundred Delegates Present at Annual Session Now (Jiulor Way In Fredericksburg. MANY IllCUMUL SUGGESTIONS <)r. I*. A. Williams, Who for ThirtyThree Years Was Pustor of Church, Is Honored Guest, and Makes Itemiiiisccnl Address. (Special to Tim Times-Dlnpatcit.) I' ItiiDUHK.'KSIIirilO VA., November 11. The Wuinan's Missionary Union >f \ Irginin. which oponod Its sessions lore on Phursday, anil will continue intil Monday, holding daily sessions, h very largely attended, nearly 400 lolcgatcs being present, and tho sesdons are of great interest. At tho light services the large Baptist Church vliere the convention Is held, is In?deqiiatu (o accommodate the crowd, llit- attendance each night has reach>1 probably 1.000 people. A (illusion lndy class has been organized, which ncetm ouch morning at .?>::io o'clock. h? leader beiitcc .Mrs. .1. A. Parker, ? f Hichmond. A' the opening business session ?M...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Action of State Tribunal Means Ills Only Appeal Now Is to United 8tatcs Supremo Court. THIS WILL 1JK TAKKX AT OX CIO Atlanta Man, Convicted of Murder of Fourteen-Year-Old Mary rhaRati, Was Sentenced to Death, but Execution Stayed Pending Appeals. ATLANTA, OA., November J 4.---The Stato Supreme Court to-day refused a new trial to Leo M. Frank, cOnvict- ? ed hero on August 23. 1913, for the ' murder of Mary Phagan. Frank s motion for a rehearing was lyised on tho ?I^UT]d that, his constitutional rights v,0,ated b>' reason of his absence from the courtroom when tho Jury returned Its vordiet. taBtLSV^lrlinS \ho 8tatc'? demurrer verdict of ?i n,?tion to sct aside tho verdict of the lower court, tho S?iS,?Co!,rl'3 ru,i?S meant! that nJill! 8 on,>" appeal now Is to the Suof ,he Un,*ed States. An tneir arguments, counsel for tiin accused alleged that whtlo tho jurv couri rat'ne' "th0 all about the w^i !!1 waa surcharged with mob Molence. and that the trial Judre liati ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

WOULD KEEP IES DUES WITHIN REAGfl OF ALL Young Woman's Christian Association Announces "Finance Week." SKKKK SUPPORT OF PUBLIC Only by Annual Contributions Can Work Be Carried On as Outlined. What Has Already Been Accomplished?Building Free From Debt. Khali the Young Woman's Christian Association be operated on the lines already laid down of service to the women of the community, or shall it become a high-priced elub for the exclusive use of the well to do? That I? tho problem which tho board of directors propor-ss to submit to the people of .Richmond, during what Is to he known as finance week, beginning on Tuesday. Tho object Is to raise a fund of $5,000 to supplement tho membership .fees, and so continue the Institution without raising the cost to individual members. \\ ith a businesslike d!rcftnc*ss which would shame many an Institution conducted entirely by men. the board has drawn up a budget of operating expenses. Including salaries and maintenance, it will cost for tile comi...

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