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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

# ? ? 1 SPORTS[ NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS "Naps" Is Now n Misnomer \V itli ^ Larry Lajoio Out of the Line-Vp. Aid Asked of Sport Writers. MACK ADOPTS NKW SCHEMK Will Divide His Veteran Pitchers Be-. tween the Regulars and Ue cruits During the Training Season., Smith to Coach S. C. Squad. CLEVELAND, January 10.? A new | name must be selected for the Cleveland American League baseball club now. as with tli? going of Nap Lajole, tho name of Naps la a misnomer. This fact was one of tho first things that Charley Homers thought of after disposing of his. star player o P??? delphla. and he has announced th.it he Intends calling a conference of the baseball writers of Cleveland to soKct t\ new name for the team, a name that will he short, expressive and appro PrConnle Mack expects to have Larry hat fourth or tlfth for the Athletics. During a fanning bee t.ohnlc dope^i out tho following batting order. Mur phv. r. f.; Parry, Oldrlng, I f.. Baker, 3b.: Lajole. -'b.; M...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

PHARMACY BOARD WILL ACT IN HEROIN CASES , Sale of Habit-Forming Drugs by Cun ningham and Childrey to Be Discussed. WANTS STATE LAW AMENDED Secretary Miller Says Sale of Heroin Should Be Put on Par With Co caine?Wants to Go After Whole Hale Dealers Who Supply Drugs. Secretary T. A. Millar, of tho Stat?* Hoard of Pharmacy, said last night that tho State Board of Pharmacy would soon begin a campaign to se curo tho passage of laws which will inako tho Illegal salo of heroin a felony, putting , traffic In that hablt formlng drug on tho same basis hb the sale of cocaine. Another statute to be sought by tho board of pharmacy will make It a felony for a physician to prescribe excessive amounts of any bahlt-formlng drug. Tho necessity of such laws has been clearly proved by the recent develop ments of tho police crusado against the trafTlo In these drugs, Mr. Miller holds, and ho said that every ofTort would be inado to have more Btrlngent laws enactcd. There lias not been a decided Increase...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

jftriimoriiJ Cnn^-jBi^pfttrli niK TIMK*. Fnnndrtl IRS.h lilE DISPATCH. Founded 18.-.0 I'ubllolied rvrrj day In the year by The Tlmrn Dlapateh I'utillahlas Coitipnny, Inc. Addrean nil ronunuDlcntloim to TIIH TIMKS-DISl'ATCII. Tlmea-Dlapnteh Dtxtldlna. 10 South Tenth Street. IMchmond, Vo, fELKl'HOXB, II AlVDOr.PH 1 Pahltrntlnn Olllce 10 South Tenth Street South Htehmond 1020 Hull Street I'rtPMtiur* 10S) North Sjraniorc Street t -TI'chlmriF itlH Eighth Street iiamihook. stohv tt niiooKs, inc.. Speclnl AdVfrtlnlnic lleprenentntlvea. \ CTT York 2(H( Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual I.lfe Untitling Clileatto I'eople'a Con Iliilldlnt; SIHSCUJPTION HATES nv MAIL One Sli Three l'OSTA<;E PAID Year. Mob. Mob. Daily nnd .Sunday... .ffl.OO S3.00 $1. W Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 fcuuday only a.00 1.00 .till Hy Ttmen-Dlapiifch Currier Delivery Service In ftlchmoiid <?nd nuhnrlm) nnd I'eterwfourjci Dully v l(h Sunday, one rreelt 15 rent* Dnlly without Sunday, one vreek 10 ceuta Kundny only 5 c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

TO BE DICED TO-NIGHT >Ionei Jo Lano Stern Will J,ead With Miss Katlinrlno Gordon. IV1NG B/1CHELLKH TO HCKAK 'Idely' Known Author Will Discuss HIb liook, "Keeping l!P With | Lizzie"?Mrs. Herbert W; Jackson i to Give Dance for Mlns Heed. There will ho two I n tor est I i?pc gath Ings of aocloty to-day. This after oon at 4:30 o'clock a largo and brll unt assembly will All tho pnrlors the Woman's Club to hear Irving taciieller's address on his book, "Kecp lg Up With IJzzlc." Mra. Thomas Gary ohnson^ls chairman of tho afternoon, ml will Introduce Mr. IJacheller to his dience. Tho usual Informal recep oii will be hold after tho lecture Is oncluderl. Tho third dance of the Beaiion, given tho itlchmond German Club, will k? place this overling at 9 o'clock In ho ballroom of tho Jefferson Hotel, olonol Jo Lane Htern will lead tho rman dancing with .Miss Katharlno ordon. nr >JI?? Heed. Mrs. Herbert. \V. Jackson and her tighter, Miss Kvelyn Jackson, will tertaln at a dnnco to he given In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All ImiitlrU'H nnd oominunlcnttom nddrranrd to Thr Tlmm-Dlnpatch will rrorhr prompt attention. Thin dcpiirtmriit ulll iippcitr eni'U .Monday, nnd contribution* or NUKXt'itlonN tx 111 br wrlrunicd. i Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Trackers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers EVERY FARMER SHOULD KNOW ALL THESE THINGS A\ hlit Arc (lir I'.lenient* In Vuur Soli mill lint Are l.uck Innf Neither plant or animal life can ma ture to any degree of perfection on part rations, !>ut must liavo tho pri mary elements of plant foods present, from which It can select a balanced ration. I'pwards of SO per cent of the dry weight of all utiimals, including liumiwi beings, is calcium phosphate, t!ie bones, tissues and teeth I>? ? inn up wards of I'O per cent calc.Utm phos phate. of which l<7 per rent is calcium carbonate. The calcium carbonate and p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

^idrnraml STiniE^-j3i5patclj 8ixt Y-fifth year >MITTEDLY THE BB8T MEDITTM IN the south tor class ified ADVERTISING. VKLEPHojvb YOUll WANTS TO TUB TIMEB-DI8PATCH AMDOLPI! 1 1 UANDOLPH want AD. RATES. r?n' word wfjon pal d In ad ^ No ml. taken for Ienn than 10 centa. al?<* one-half cents a word for xii classified ads. exi-opt Situations Wanted ^cent a wt>?"d- No ad. taken for lest irian lfi cent?. "harr^i IfJ1"? for th*n ? cents when r,i?J r>,on?(1 fhoned orders not Ia?r^"^UcMMons. not cuarauUsd LOST AND FOUND. 2!t l Persian cat In the vicinity Main. Kinder plt:.iKo' ?ward C8t *^a'n und receive 'Sunday afternoon, January lb, inder?m" i 1 ?akwo?'1 Cemetery. JJV.im . pIuhbo return to 813 1-2 ?war?L y l' 'Slrt'"t a"d rec*lvo unr' /? CtT.CO pln V'1 a woman's head u ,,, A, etW"n. '-vrlc Theatre ami JVJ i Avenue. .Suitable reward if re irneil. ( nil Madison 2302-L. liLIii' WANTED?Mule. 'XVN1TED' ra,,way mall and postal .clerks; examination hood, over 2 ooo > rue roi I lan R o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 January 1915

REAL ESTATE NEWS la prmntrd dally vrtth an an nurpnimril perfection of rirtnll and Intrrr-at in THE TIMES-DISPATCH ^Kidmumi* 0Tiine?-Pi&ratrfi RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915. IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try a Claaalfled Ad. In th? Situation Wantrd Colnron. Ic a nurd. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PACKAGE OUTFITS Now Ready and On Sale, the New 1915 Line of These Popular Embroidery Out fits. C ome to Our Needlework Depart ment and See Them. Complete Outfits, 25c to $1.00 Women who prefer to make, and embroider their own under garments and those for their children: also their blouses, fancy work, etc., will continue to find in ROYAL SOCIETY TACK AGE OUTFITS a true realization of their ideals in matters of QUALITY OF MATERIALS, as well as variety and beauty of de signs. In Our Art Needlework Section We carry the full Royal Society line, consisting of? Women's and Children's Under garments, Women's Blouses, Women's Fancy Aprons, Dressing Sacques and Boudoir Caps, Children and Infant's Dresses,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On matlrni of Importance In city, .state and nation, you need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try a Clnwnltlei! Ail. In the Situation Wautcd Column. lc a word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 6oth YEAR VOI,Oil- <15 MM II Kit I '2 PRICE 2 CENTS FOUR LONG-TERM MEN ESCAPE FROM STATE PRISON White Convicts Bind and Gag Guards, Making Clean Get-Away. SWAP PRISON TOGS FOR CONVICT-MADE OVERALLS Leave Signed Compact Explain ing Reason for Drastic Leave-Taking. FOItOKR KISRFK (iUAKD GOOIMiY Fugitives \\>ro Penitentfary Soiir hlrils, and Sang In Prison Choir. After overpowerintr and tying hand and foot, an armed guard, an armed nlghtwatchma n ami a shop foreman, font- long-term white ioii virtu. serviriK terms for forgery. mur der ami robbery, slid down a rope from a fourth-story window of the State Penitentiary early last night and. scaling h thirty-foot wall, made a clean break for liberty. At an early hour \ this morning the men were still at large, with the police...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

> Situation Everywhere on Battle Fronts Virtually Without Change Ing: In these areas. The allien claim to liavc forged ahead from Solssons: tho Germans say thei?e attacks have not been fruitful, and thnt lighting is proceeding. alliks cum vnv v\(i: TO VOMTII OF I>K|(TIIK? The allies contend tjiey have ad vanced north of Perthes, and still hold the Kround at 13cn use jour, to the north and east. The Germans make no men tion of righting north of Perthes. but maintain that they have advanced cast of the vlllace. The lighting In the vicinity of Heaitsejour, which the allies consider so important, they Ignore. Neither East l'russia nor Poland furnishes ^nny change in the general i situation, and strangely, the Russians have added little with reference to the expected Invasion of Hungary by waj of Hukowina, although more than a ^ eek ngo they claimed to be at the threshold. It is conceded. however.' 'hat virtually the whole of Bukowlna iH, Russian hands, and dispatches reaching Lond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

FIFTY BOMBS DHOPPED ON DUNKIRK BY GERMANS Aeroplanes Cruise Over Town Prom 11 o'Clock in Morning Until 4 in Afternoon. PEOPLE DISPLAY NO PANIC Six Persons Killed, but Little Prop erty Damage Is Done?'Absence of Large Number of French Aircraft Apparently Is Known. LONDON, January 12 (3:14 A. M.).? According to French dispatches to tho London morning papers, fifty bombs wero dropped on Dunkirk oil Sunday by aeroplanes which cruised over the town from 11 o'clock in the morning until nearly 1 o'clock In the afternoon I They came from all directions and were met by a heavy shrapnel fire. Two of the raiders wero brought down. | In spite of the long ordeal the popu- I lace displayed no panic. The bombs Included some of the In cendiary type, but little property dam age was done. Six persons were killed at Dunkirk and In the suburb of Malo. | and It la reported several persons weie killed at St. Poland Adlnkerke. It appears that the absence of a I largo number of French aeroplanes from Dunki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

?? ... - ? , '? -1 fSPORTS ? NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD II SPORTS] BASEBALL COMMITTEE MEETS THIS AFTERNOON Matters of Importance Will lie Dis cussed asid Correspondence'Sub mitted by Chairman Smith. ATHLETICS 11 K.I IK APRIL 2 AND :* Connie Mack, Lajoie, llaker and Other Stars to lie CJuests of Local j Club?KITorts Arc .Made to Secure j Games With IIraves and Timers. The local baseball situation will llke ly bo cleared up to-day, when the com mittee selected by the business mi'li of the city meets at 2:30 o'clock. At the meeting Chairman Alvln M. 1 Smith will submit lo the other mem bers of the committee correspondence; and telegrams received recently that will. It Is assumed, assure hotter ha.so- i ball for this city. While there has been no news of an ! authentic nature concerning the deal many rumors hftve been in circulation ; detremental to the move. These ru- . mors, it can he said, have no founda- ; tlon, and are spread broadcast by those j unfriendly to the m...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

IKE FOREST MM HOLD S5JIIMM ENDOWMENT Authority to Inrrcnso Hum W'liich ('ollcRe Can Accept Conferred. In Want Hill. O I-' F K It K IJ IN LEGISLATURE liaiiKhLnKliouse 'Would Impose Tax ; Initial to Poll Tax on All Revolvers. I State Rank Exuinliier in Charge of ! Carthage Rank. RAIjEICiII, X. C., January 11.?J'nwnr to hold as much as $5,000,000 of nn (luwnicnt is provided for Wake Korest College through a bill Introduced In ? he Senate to-day by Senator Ward, of ! Xew Hern, who explained that the col lege now has authority to hold only j $1,1)00,000. lie called attention to the fart that not a great while ago David- I son College lost a considerable sum through not having the power to hold the amount that there was a chance of getting. 'Die Senate gave Senator White, of ; Xash, quick action in Immediate pas- ' sat;e of a hill he Introduced to validate j acts nr a Justice of peace since a former j commission expired. lie had married ( a couple, and Senator White told the j .Senate tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

:, Jftcfnnmiit Cunrfi^patrl) TItK TIMES, rounded 18S!? Villi DISPATCH. Pounded 1N50 Ptilillfclicd every day In thr year t?r The Tluiea DUpntch I'lihllihlnff Company, Inc. Addrcnn nil ronimiinlcatloii* to Tlifc: TIMICS-IIISPATC'II, Tlmen-Ulapntch llnllillog, in South Tenth Street Klchmoat), Vs. fELEl'HOXE, RANDOLPH 1 Puhllca tlon Office IO South Tenth Street Sonftt Richmond ?. 1020 Hull Street Potcrnl>ur/c 100 North Sycamore Street l-'Vrltliurjj SIS Klffhth Street IIAS11KOOU, STORY A BROOKS, INC.. Special Advertlnlnjr Reprcaentntlrea. New York 200 Klfth Avenue Philadelphia. . Mutual I.lfe IlullrtliiR ClilcuiiO....... People'* (ins Ilulldluu srnscniPTio.v ratks nv MAIL One Six Three One I'OSTAt.n PA in Vear. Mo*. Moa. Mo. Onlly mill Sunday. .. .Sft.OO .Oft 91 "SO 9 .S5 l>?ll y on It 4.0I? 2.00 I.OO .3S Sunday only 11.00 1.00 .(>0 .23 Ilj- Tinies-Dtapatch Carrier Pcllvrry Service In rCK'hmoml fnnd nuhurha) nnd Petcrahursri Dally vtftli Sunday, one neck IK cent* Dally without S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

RICHMOND GERMAN CLUB KS BHUANT BRNGE Colonel Jo Lane Htern Loads Dancing With Miss Katherine Gordon. MRS. GRYMK8 KNTK II TAINS Arthur Glasgow, of London, to Ad dress Itlchmond Foreign Relief As. soelatlon on Wednesday?Mrs. An derson at Home This Afternoon. American Beauty roses and palm* decorated tho ballroom of the Jefforaon j Hotel last evening for the third of the series of danccn Riven by the Richmond German Club thin winter. The dance j was a very brilliant one, and Colonel Jo j I.ane Htern led the germau, dancing I with Miss Katharine Gordon. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William S. Gordon. MIsb Gordon's gown was fashioned of white j satin with an overdress of black Chan tilly laco and touc-hea of American Beauty-colored velvet. Iler (lowers wore American Beauty roses. | Tlio chaperones for tho dancc Includ-I ed Mrs. Thomas Plnckney Hryan, Mrs. j I.ovln Joynes, Mrs. Thomas Hranch Mr Adams, Mrs. John Skelton Williams, j Mrs. William II. Painter, Jr., Mrs. John j .Stewart Bryan, Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

FOLLOWS CHURCH SUPPER .. Seven Members of Holy Trinity Kpisroj.;;! Congregation Taken 111. SI I'l'KR OM.V COMMON FACTOR No Reason to Rlame Outbreak oti City Water, ^ay> Chief Health Oflicer Levy?Situation I- Reins Closelj Studied by Inspector. TV.o slmtil'ar.eous !!!?'(.<? tv:th tvphoid ft vr f s .? \ i r: '?:C1 ? v"? ?' Holy Tr. rit> Kr>:si-'h. tl'.evfd by :2.e Health Department t? bo due to the * eating of ronm infected article of food i at a (! ' . f v ? ' ? : t ? V urc; or. TV c?-:?-.ber 4. :s : ?' Health 4 < HI R n M ?'|*r.K i > :/i c cmvon ) v Ton i- or<- ?: v - Nc-i.- ' -v.* i ? . * i: 5- XV he -? '? w- ? of ?:<;?> TV - - t.-.n: r?-cv-r ' ? . > T - - J. ? ? ? s . ; - liruce Ferirusson. 11 Oi West Frank . -h ?? H? ? T- ? ? nr-l h> ? Ar- ? ? - \ ? Tr ; v .To'? T r V A v < ? ?,. ? r i M ?? ? paret Chester-' a- , ? M- t A v en ue. SAILS ON LYNORTA itonnokc \(mvs|iii|ht Mint (.????* ns I'riT I.nniT to Wnr 7.om'. ( Ml !??? I lio Virginia Belcia' ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

GHOOL BOARD ASKS TOTAL OF SI ,303,44S.H6 |rc?ents Schedule of Needs for Vear to Council Finance Com mittee. IG BUILDING PIIOGKAM Ihiindonlng "Two .Schools a Year" Policy, Board Asks for 903*5,72IJ.0H for New IlulUllngs in Old Territory and Annexed Area. The Richmond City School Hoard ap iarofl beforo the Council Klnancc ? rommltteo lust night and ashed for a j Wtal of $1,303,14tj.fif, to run the schools' hrough 1915, an Increase of $449.720.6i> j ? the amount expended for the, oard's use hint year. The estimate. Itemized an follows: payroll account, ? 524,646.(50; general expense and re- j airs, $97,934; specials, $15,137. and ; sow buildings, $035,729.06. Of the mount asked for, $105,000 is tn l>e J xpended In the annexed territory, ? 80,000 for the payroll of ninety-six j ?achers and $25,000 for repairs audi Improvements, not including buildings, j Klchinond as It existed before an- ? Iiexation ,there will be needed an extra, ?ayroll account for twenty-live addl-; iotial nig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

OLD-FASHIONED MONDAY ON WALL STREET MARKET Numerous Advances In Industrials and lliiyii>K Interests Sustained tiitil Close. RAILROAD SHARKS IRREC?1"IjAR Clieered by Further Rreak in I'rirc of Wheal, Kasier Money Rates and Absence of Foreign Liquidation. Houds Active and Strong. nv I?HOAl>.\N WALt.. NKW YOHK. January 11.?Out-of-town buying- gave Wail Strict nn obi - fashlone.l Monday market to-iiay. Advances of from t to t points were numerous In 'In* indus trials. thr murk. ( broadened l!t?!V and buying lilt crest s W iro sustained up nil 111" close. Attention wa? directed t<? the V'niled Uiillwny Inxestinent securities las' week. The preferred g tin* >1 point*, anil the common rose wlili notalilo buying orders front Sun Francisco Kquipment stocks were strong. Hallway Steel Spring* Pressed .Steel Car and Amer lean Cur Foundry ench gaining more than I points Bethlehem Stool on active trailing ros-- to :.J\. , now high. and th<" preferred Fold up to !'* United St eel mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR I DMITTEDLY ITHE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVEUT1S1NO. fELBPlIONB YOUIl WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH iN'DOLPH 1 1 UAMIOLPII WANT An. KATES. ULY, cn?i cunt a word *\hen paid In ad once. No (1(1. taken fur Ices than 10 cents. 'NDAY, one nnd one-half cents a word for ill classified nda. except Bltur-tlonn Wanted it one cent a word. No ml. taken for leas hun IS cents. ) AI>8. taken for leva than 25 cents when ' barged or phoned lu. Phoned orders not ' ruaruntced. OlaHBlflcationa not Kuura.'iteed liter 3:30 p. M. LOST AM) FOUND. I.SAI'PKAKKIJ from 2S17 (Jiovc Ave-: nuo, ThtirHtlay night, January 7. 2 Ille puppies, cikIit months okl; color, own ami white, both almost exactly Ike. Howard will be paid for r? i**it to thin address. I'liouc Boulevard 7 C. ?' party who found lady's silver ban- I dlo utnberlln. Initials F. <>.. loft on ? stbound Mu4n Street ear. will enll ailluou GL'7!?-Ij liberal reward will be tld. ?ST. a cameo pin with a woman's howl ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 January 1915

t -.-m; u;r; . ?'?iU RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 12,1915. REAL OPPORTUNITIES ar? often found In the llttlft ntorlri* told In the 'Want Ada. It pay* to read them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Mffier&Rfamcfs "The Shopping Centre Second Meek of the Greatest Bed and Bedding Sale Ever Held in lliehmond. "Greatest" by reason of the VERY UNUSUAL VALUES it offers! Last week's crowds and record sales attested the deep interest manifested in the sale by housekeepers. Were you present? Will you take advantage of this extended opportunity? The Week's Special Features. HO BRASS BEDS AND WHITE REDS that arrived too late for last week's sales: also o CASES of SAMPLE COMFORTS! BE SURE AND COME TO-DAY! Such values have not been known in years. They may never be equaled agajn. \ ' ' i ?'? Brass Beds! Please Note Carefully These Very Great Reductions. $18.0ti BRASS BED? rn.r""s":;: $12.50 $22. 00 BRASS BEH Rutin finish now $25.00 BRASS BED satin finish now $28.50 BRASS BED satin finish? now $14.00 ied? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to read the Want Art column*. The little ad* reflect the treud of aflnlra. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO HELP BUSINESS Uellere In yoaraelf, your coun try. State aad elty?and Ita la atltutluna?and aa? au. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOI.UMK ?5 NU.M1IKH 13 Yo*o"v.n- CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS HOUSE REFUSES TO MAKE SUFFRAGE NATIONAL ISSUE Amendment Giving Ballot to Women Defeated by Vote of 204 to 174. TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY NECESSARY FOR ADOPTION Second Time Within Year That Congress Gives Setback to Cause. DKBATK AT TIMES BITTKIt Speaker Several Times Threatens to Clear Ciallerles Unless Disturb ance Subsides. H ow Virginians Voted I'or tlir resolution?Slrmp. Aicnlnnt tbr rmollltlmi?C'nrlln. <;Ijihn, Hny, nullum), .Mnn tnuiic, \Vntnon. >??t voting?Sniiiidrm, .Innrx. WASHINGTON. January 12.?The \ House of Representatives to-n:ght by, . a vote of 201 to 17* refused to Mubmll| to the States an amendment to thej Federal Constitution to enfranchise! Hoiiicn. A two-thirds majority...

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