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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

Russian Poland Apparently Deadlocked tics of the Germans to wage war by J proclamation. When the Russians took certain barbed-wire positions near the j Rawka tho other day they found ? ? great stretch of canvas spread on wire. | on which was printed in painted let-j ters appeal to Russian soldiers t?? be- | .come their friends, and declared it was useless to resist further against the Germans, who were treating their Itus slan prisoners with brotherly kind ness and giving tliem work which would enable them to oiwii much money. .The proclamation offered the Hus sians 7 rubles for each rilie. and told them that when they came to the next German position to hold up their hands and they would i?o reVeived as friends, som: fi'ituu s mtkmpts TO \\I\ HISSIAXS OVER Similar curious attempts to abate the lighting temper of the Russian soldiers were made at several points on Rus sian Chrlstn'ms Day. Two or three Germans came .unarmed with boxes of cjgurs and parcels to the Russian trenches. Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

TWO COIIIIICTS CAPTURED; TWO IRE STILL IT LIKE Rurton and Adklns Are Rrought Ruck to Prison From (Joooh land County. GOT COAT FROM IIOMK OF SISTKR Detectives Search Many Sectlona for Clues as (o Whereabouts of Ham ilton and llanley?Two Suspects Arrested in Newport News. Al Burton and Slier Adklns, two of the men who escaped from the Virginia Stato Penitentiary Monday night, after tying ami gagging two guards and the superintendent of tho overalls dcpart nicnt, were yesterday captured by three section men of the Chesapeake and Ohio Hallway near Sabot, Va. They were brought back to the penitentiary yes terday afternoon and are again under lock and key. City detectives and officials of the penitentiary scoured tho city yesterday and last night in an effort to locate II. I*. Hamilton and 1-2. H. llanley, the other men who escaped. The officers succeeded In learning that the men wero furnished with a coat, vest and hat by Mrs. Williams, West Clay Street, who Is a sister of Hamilton. A se...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

AY/ 1 U Ethical Woman and riome Talks T^e Morning Story OK. I)H WTO\*s l? ATIM.\T. ,l> ?Irnn IMfkrrMon. Dr. Drayton dismissed his last patient ih arn 1 v u11?1 C|P'??n.e hLs ,,Ibow r??? ,l '? sistet s voice came over i'J ", f^*hted V.II1, a I,union of important news. P''X ?v"u ?"?? dreadfully husv. Frederick. she apologized. Mrs ? nil6 ,'??* Js,M ,wM n,w ?"? '?os i n K I - tatljip thing? It's about Archer - tv?.f'!'|lr0 "V' 1,annn,?." shI.I the doctor, U iJ ???*'. 1 Jt,st stand whv It Is that people delight In ni-qualntlni: ? W''h ,:,US t,f fo?-, dellm.ue?,-, cles. as a matter of fact. Archer has overcome any tendency to wildness and has settled down to hard work. I have hopes of his becoming soMirthiuvr of a i wh?i*r' ^?W' ,f v>>" W,U oxcu** me - wm hT?K* actress? Well, boys h! h? boys-and. ,r well, goodbv:" desk 10 t,?lc,lhono ,>ack on the ',nr,ri frowned at the picture of his rS sv:?' s":',h:" 'ooi<ej a?w? ThafIa?w? .*fya a*v">* common actress: ' ...v'V. t sound...

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. — 13 January 1915

IEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS FDR COLORED CHILDREN loarfl of Aldermen Votes for Rond Issue of $100,000 to I)e fruy Cost. 1ANK MEETINGS ARK HKLD 'etersburK's Financial Institutions Elect Directors mid OOIicers for Voir ? Ofllcers Chosen by Me chunlc. Association. [Special to The Tlmes-rMspntch.l I'BTGKSBURO, VA., January 1-'.? I'lie Board of Aldermen last night ??oted unanimously for an Issue of $100, '00 of cOty 4 1-2 por writ bonds for tlio ? tirpose of constructing throe public <chool buildings for colored children. Hcforo voting on the question tlie Hoard Otcard addresses by Councilman William It. Mi'Kciuiry, Supervisor of Schools Martin and It. Boiling WOllcox, >f tOie school board. In advocacy of the ssuo to secure bettor and more ade quate accommodations for the colored ?lilldren, ovor 1,800 of whom are now crowded Into badly conditioned and un sanitary bulldlngs. TOie school board lias found It necessary to rent apart ments at different places to relieve tho ongestlon In the pre...

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. — 13 January 1915

jKicfimonii &ime?-]BtepatcI) VHK TIMKS. rounded 1888 Villi DISPATCH. Pounded 1850 Published fVfry day In the year by The Time*. Olapntch Publishing I'oniimny. Inc. Addrran ail rommuritrntlona In TUK TIMIOS-DISrATCH, Tlinca-Dlayn tch llulldiay, 10 South Tenth Street. Richmond, V*. fELEPnOXK. RANDOLPH 1 ."Bhllfmtnn OHlre 1? Snnth Tenth Street Pouth Richmond 1020 Mull Street ' IVtcnhury; 100 North Sycnmore Street j rvhburjc 218 Eighth Street . IIASRROOK. STORY it BROOKS, INC, Spcolnl Artvertlalnp Rcprcacn tntl vca. \nt York 200 Fifth Avenue 1'liilndeltihln Mutunl l.lfo llullrilnir Clilrneo People's t>ai UulldlnK SUBSCRIPTION IIATI5S flY MtU. One Six Three One COSTAtiK PAH) Yenr. >Iob. )loa. Mo. Dully nnil Sunday Sfl.OO SH OO SI '.0 S .55 Ilully ?.nly 4.00 '.'.(Ml 1.00 .35 bundny only 2.00 1.00 .00 .23 fly Tlmea-Dlftpatch t'nrrler Delivery Serrlce In (tlrhmonil (nnil oiihurhn) nnil Pfterahnrgi Dnily with SuBdnr, one wrk 15 cent* Dally without Sunday, one vrcek 10 cenC? ! Jundn...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

IS. DIIHIOP CIS TEA FOR MISS ROBERTSON Mr?. Robert Jones Is Hostess at Cards in Honor of Mrs. Higgirison. MISS DAUGHMAN ISSUES CARDS Mttliy Meetings of Special Interest to Women Are Scheduled for To-Day. Some Ilox Parties for Maude \<lj?nis at Academy. A number of Interesting, Informal af fairs engaged the attention of society yesterday. Miss Poachy Breckinridge Robertson, of Roanoke, who Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Richard A. Dun,lop, in Richmond, was honor guest at a charm ing tea given by Mrs. Dunlop yester day afternoon from 4 to 'J o'clock In her home, 1605 Ilanov^r Avenue. Deco rationa throughout the lower floor were in pink aiid green and quantities of pink carnations, against a background of running codar and evergreens, were used In the drawing-rooms. A centre piece of pink blos'soins in a silver lov ing cup and shaded lights decorated the tea tal>le in tho dining-room, an?l the balustrade of the stairway in the hall was wound with a garland of running cedar and smll...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

1SPORTS L NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS * L ATTEND MEETING ItichmoiHl's \o? Baseball l.ontlor to Hp Present at >1 ill I'nion To-N tnht. LAHGK on nu lilNli KXrWTHI) j Amateur Ball-Tower* Will Ho Ad dressed by Weli-Known Speakers, : and Will Ho (iiven Opportunity to ! Register With tlio i'odoriition. Jack Dunn of the Baltimore Orioles.1 and part ovvn'-i' of the baseball cltil> that will represent Hichmond in the International League next summer. will attend the big moi'itm: at Mclilll Union i to-night. This f c t should servo t<?? ? bring the amateurs out In large num bers. Dunn is >spe< ' illy sweet on tlie amateur ballplayer, anil has picked up many a star from the lots in Haiti more. and it Is ItU? ly that the .same will hold good In this city. The meeting. which will he an open one. will be addressed b> a number of well-known speakers, and the hall players will have an opportunity to register with the Federation. An oppoitunitv will also be ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

Em ESTATE BOM MD COURT CALENDAR feather Conditions .Deflected in ttmall Number of Deeds Recorded. ' XJILDIXG PKRM1TK tMOK HI* j upreme Court of Appeals Advances J Opinion Day to Clear Its Decks j lJefore Judge Kelly Takes liis Seat ' nn Bencli. | Ileal ostnte transactions yesterday < ero of a light order, duo to the weath r conditions. Homo of the agents Hay j tiat the weather does not affect their ualnesH, while' others say that tt <loes. , ii any event it tells in the number of runnactions recorded. Agencies report large number of inquiries'beitiK made or both city and farm property, and xpect to close a number of sales short - <:iia\< i:itv 'i'itaxsrious. 'Urce DrnU of lln rjjcii In nml Sitlr, Amounting; n> s*r?,:ir?0. Annie F. Qjarles to A. II. Smith. I 04x140 feet west line Fourth Street, 0 feet south of Willow Street. De ember 30, IM4, $500. U. IMneus et als. to William J. Plncus. ?S feet 3 H Inches by 132 feet 4 Inches .est line Nineteenth Street. 100 feet '.6 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

NERVOUS INVESTORS . | KEEP MARKET UPSET At First Sljjn of Dullness They Hush to Unload Their lloldlnus of Ktock. PENNSYLVANIA S K L I. S DOWN l'rlres Drop on ltumor of Reduction In Dividend Hate Next Month. Most of Day's Cains in Industrials. Knllrond Issues Kasier. nv ui(o.\i>.\n wai.i.. N M\V Y<*i|tK. .1 Hilary t?. <">11 a ! vnl'imo of trading to il;iv> ?tocl* market tr*n dull. with irregularity 1n prices Til" iitvlertunc n is llrm mi! tho Investment llnniAlnl for securities shows 110 Jlbatetlietlt. \\ hen a Now Yorker is detained tnoro than one ill i ml t c hi tho subway between stations. ho iiumodlatelv imagines he rniolce ami attempt.- to I'llmli out of the window* Investor* ar? In ih^ same ner vous ?tat? of mind. At the flt-st sign* of ililllncjn or hesitation In the urn U market thev call up visions of reactions and hurry to got out of tho market. nn?l this condl t Ion Is likely to prevail utit'l tho 'iinrket broaden* nmi iirtv.iiti'ps are prolonged when Tho da...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

S1XTY-FJKTII Y10 A It ADMITTEDLY I THIS BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING). VlfiLEPHONB YOL'H WANTS TO TUB TIMES-DISPATCH INDOl/PlI t 1 KANDOIiPH WANT AD. IlATES. P.MT/r. one cent ft word when paid In ad J vance. No a<l. taken for Icbm than 10 cent?. luNDAY. one and one-half cents ? 1 all clawlfled ads. except fa11,011,1'""" , I At one cont a word. No ud. taken lor i II huii IS <:ent0. to AOS. taken for te?? than n cent* when [charged or phoned In. Phoned j I guaranteed. ClaaBlllcatlotiii not *uarunteed | alter :#:99 H. M. LOST AND I?'OUN'D. I'DCND, Thursday. January 7. silver purso containing several articles. >wnor can ? obtain Bainu by provuik Iroperty and piiylng f"1' this ail. A P - lb Room !<>;?. City Ha? HELP WANTED?Male. /ANTED, railway tpnll and postal i cJerkB; examination booh, over 2,000 Ippolntmonts yearly; prepare at home, ivrlte for Plan It 01 payment after ap lolntment. Philadelphia Business Col lege, Civil Service Dept.. Philadelphi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 January 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU (e adtrrtlvr your rrnntft? nhethrr you dmlrr to buy or Ntlt?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH 5? v <r T in i (MBUMi Kiriimonii ?iraic^-pi^patctj 1 RICHMOND, VA., , WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915. TO KEEP IN TOUCH = Trlth world movements, as mil the new a of your city and State, read Miller & Rhoads?"The Shopping Centre" Women's Coats Reduced to $10.00 I Just marked down, a large lot of Women's and Misses' Coats?some of which sold for double and more?to this small price?$10.00. They consist of stylish broadcloths, chev iots, corduroy and fancy mixtures, in both plain and trimmed effects. All the wanted shades of brown, navy, black, green and mix tures; nearly every size. At $1.0.00 each of these Coats are really WONDERFUL VALUE! All we ask is an inspection. On sale TO-DAY. Second Floor. Hoard of Aldermen Kails to Secure Two-Thirds Vote for Ap pi'opriat ion. ri'Iil.FK OIUIXTS TO LOCATION (Quotes W. S. Kurlies as Offering l.iind to Widen Koseiieath Itond at Sl(),00(), if Moiuii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

(-iiWi'.. ???imarr? REAL OPPORTUNITIES ? re often found In the little ntorlen told In the Want Ada. It par* to read them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE MORNING STORY on the Womnn'M Paae **111 nfford you a fen mlnatn mental re laxation dally* THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOIjU 1IH 65 Mi >1111011 14 PRICE 2 CENTS EARTHQUAKE KILLS 12,000 PEOPLE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETS TO REVISE I STATE TAX SYSTEM Both Houses Convene in Extraordinary Session and Begin Big Work. ADOPTS RULE DESCRIBING PERMISSIBLE LEGISLATION Will Require Special Consent of Both Houses to Consider - Nontax Bills. COMMISSION I'LA X UNPOPULAR Majority of Member* Appear to Fa vor Some Form of Spk regat Ion. The InwniaUprs of Virginia arc mar haled for the fray. 1 The General Assembly has moved to I Me task of so reetlfyinK the mistakes >f th<* exlstinc tax corJe that the bur den of taxes upon the people of the 1 'omnionwealth shall he equalized; (hat 'he rich ami the poor shall hear, each according t?"? their means, n fair ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

Made $??. has been isolated. In 1S57 this town was almost destroyed bv earth quake. iiihAVK DISASTKR AT POTKXZA FEAIIED father Alfani, director of the ob servatory at Valle Dl Pompeii, tho noted seismoologist. has sent the fol lowing telegram to lining "The earthquake registered bv our Apparatus appears to have been i?o?<t Disastrous for a radluc of more than 100 miles. Probably its centro was.the Province of Potenza. Meanwhile. com munications with Potenza are in terrupted. and a grave disaster there is feared." J'OW.X IS DESTROYED I AND 8,000 I'EOPIjK KII.1.10D ? The dome of the Church of St. Paul ?atiny was cracked. A large pieco of the cornice of the Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius fell with a crash, adding to Hie fright of persons in tho neigh borhood. ? Ceilings in many of the houses fell, ft number of persons being Injured In that manner. A colossal statue at the Rasillca of St. John Lateral). which occupied a position visible from many parts of Rome, tumbled down and was sh...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

STEARNES PRESENTS BILL FOR RIGID SEGREGIITION Relegate From Roanoke County Says He Carries Out Stuart's Views. WOULD MAKK RAILROADS PAY Author of Simon-l'ure Segregation I'lun Says Roads Pay in Virginia Only Fraction of Taxes Puid in Other States. O. Tj. Stearnes, of Salem, member of the House of Delegates from Hoanoko County, is convinced that he has worked out the only solution of the tax problem practicable at this time. Whatever of lingering doubt re mained in his mind was dispelled yes terday when he read the message of <Jovernor Stuart to the General Assem bly on the tax question. "Tho Governor comes over to my plan about 90 per cent," Mr. Stearnes exclaimed. He was carrying the bill embodying his ideas In his coat pocket, intending lo introduce it later on. Tho utronR similarity between his own ideas and those expressed by Governor Stuart prompted him to present tho bill yesterday. It was the last bill llled at the opening session of the House. STRAHXKH HIM, I'llOVIDKS AUS...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

Useful II YY7 J U [Tithical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story STKl'IIKX AM) TH10 STOIIIKS. Il.v IbVrothy llluckniorr, Sally gazed contemplatively at the llttlo set of chintz-covered drawers that she had indulged in by way of celebration the occasion of having .*old another story. It was Sally's ti^eat to herself to purchase something for the equipment of her writing table upon each glorious arrival ot a check. Her Ilrst money had comb toward flie big- kitchen table that Sally had covered with chintz, and she knew that no matter where the fortunes of success onrrled her she would never let a carved antique desk take precedence over that first writing table. The lack of drawers had been the only draw back, and now Sally tilled that need and enhanced the beauty of her table by two sets of daintily-covered drawers that she placed cm the back of her table. "They don't pull out as easily as they might." she criticized thought fully. "J't-rhaps I should have spent the extra doll...

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. — 14 January 1915

REPORT OF UNHIT) SHOWS 102 STUDENTS Tills Is By Fnr the Largest Number Ever Attained in History of School. MORE ARE COMING IN SPRING Bill Is Presented in Houho Provid ing for Construction of Great Scenic Highway?Each County Is Expected to Contribute Its Link. [Special to Tho Tlmea-Dlspat^h.! RALEIGH. N. O,, January 13.?The executive committee of tho board of trustees of the University of North Carolina was In seminanual session In the executive ofllco of Governor Craig to-day at noon considering university matterB In preparation for tho full meeting of tho hoard of directors to he held here January 26. Tho report of President Graham showed that tho uni versity now hiiB an enrollment of 982, the largest in the history of the Institution. He reported that there is sure to be an enrollment by the spring term In February of not less than 1.015. < ONNOIt IS M A 1)10 MKMHBIt OF CO.MJIITTKK OF SKVE.X R. D. W. Connor, secretary of tho North Carolina Historical Commission, has been notifi...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

f I jSirtimorili ?inn#-fli$patrl) VIIK TIMES, Konndrd igSJl VHK DISPATCH, Kounilrd 1850 I'ubllshed^ every day In the year by Thp Tliuea. Dispatch Publishing Companj-, Inc. Addreaa all romiuuiiicutioua to Tim TIM ICS-DISrATCH, 11mn-Ul?p?tcIi Unlldlu*, 10 South Truth Street, (tlcbiaand, Yfu fKLRPHOXE, ii.wnoijrn 1 t'ubllcatfou Otllce 10 Sooth Tenth Street South Illchiuond III20 Hull Street S'eterwburg 100 North Sycamore Street * -f-eliliunf HIS Eighth Street UASnHOOK, STOUY .? IHIOOKS, IXC, Special AdTrrtl?ins IteprrAcntntivcn. \?rr York 200 Fifth Avenue j Philadelphia,... Mutunl l.lfe II it 11 <11 iik < hlcaijo, l'eopIf'? liux llulldluy S11ISCIII 1'TION ItATKS >l tIL One Six Three One r?b*T Vt.i: r \m Vrnr. 5lo*. Min. 5U>, Dally ?aii Sunday... .06 OO ?;! 00 SI 10 S .155 Daily t?oty 4 IH> '2 (XI 1 OO .83 >uudaj only 2.00 l ou .60 ,29 "7 Ttme??Dl*patch Currier Drltvry Scrvlce In (!lrhnn>a.! taud suburbs) and I'fterubnrg?. Dally vrith Sunday, one rteek 15 cent* i Da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

MINT. Win TOO ! MISS [LHTH BROWN W(Hiding of Itichmond Mail to Ilcd ford County Girl Takes Place in Hpring. MKS. .|ACKW)N KNTKHTA1NB (?1vps Informal Dunce to Fifty of Younger Het in Honor of Mi?s Alice Harwell Heed, a Debutante of TIiIh Season. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson Brown, of "Ivy Cliff," lied ford County, an- : nouncn the engagement of their daugn- i It?r, Bllsuibeth Dallas, to John TrevlJIan Wlngo, of Hlchmond. The wedding j will tuku iiIuck in tho spring. l?rlin?an?rit Knlfflnlm-di I'I nk Mowers, tlio debutante. color, an< Southern xtmllux unci iii^ltun. ciocoriitocl Ihe liomu of Mrs*. Herbert \V. Jackson. 1014 West Franklin Street, last even ing when hIiu und her daughter, Miss Bvwlyn Jackson, Khvh an Informal dance for fifty of the younger dancing set, with Miss Alice iturwell Jleed, a debutante of tho hwuioii, as guest of lionor. An orchestra i>)#y#d through out the evening and supper was served j at 11 o'clock. Mrd .lackwon and Miss i Jackson received with Miss Its...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

r __ ___ ???= ? T=3=^ SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS BIG RATIFICATION MEETING TO-NIGHT Baseball l'ans and MercJiants Will (?'alitor at the Husiness .MonS Club id Wcli'oitH' Hotter UHseball. CONTRACT SI<;.NK1> BY Dl'NN < 'onimlttee Accept, and the* First Stop for IU'Itiim' From Virginia League Hall l> Made?New Set of ? Mllrcrs Fleeted. To-night iit - 30 o'clock, in the rooms of the Business Men's Cltifi, a meeting of the baseball fans will be held for the purpose of ratifying the deal whereby the Ba timore Orioles will bo brought t > I! hn-.I to take the place ??f the V::.' ;n: i l.v.vu'UO ?lub. \t this meeting the recently formed Kichmond Exhibition Company will bo launched a-, i ; <-manent officers *.\!11 bp nn:,o-j* It . - ? \pecte.i that :v larjp turn-out of the far..* will welcome better base ball t ? t.'.ls ..'tj a:id help to boost the proposition .Ta:k -a i? asked to remain over to attend, but r-fused. r.s he feels cer tain th.it...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

Em [SUITE RECORD ' AND COURT Ml* | i-ansfcrs Hliow Improvement in Vol ume Over Business of Pre vious Day. IjM 8TUKKT Al'AHTM 10XT SOU) eal Kstato Exchange Much Pleased | Over Passage of Ordinance Kcliev-; lug Properly Owners From Jiia bility for Delinquent (>as Hills. Real estate transactions yesterday ?owed a continued demand for Hniall roporty. The deals that went to roc rd Dhow an Improvement over tho outness of tho previous day. and tho gents report that conditions are stead y Improving. The number of Inqulr ?h are larger than they have been fol ic past three months. J. A. Connelly & Co., reported the iile yesterday of a two-story brick partinent on 131m Street, and a resi eiico at Westhauipton. The two-story rick apartment at x South Klin Street as sold to \V. M. Wogd, of Oak llili, C., for $4,375. Tho residence at Westhauipton was sol?l to ltev. J. Vlcker. 'j'iie consideration was not an ounceii. Considerable Interest was noticcd round real estate circles yesterday ver ...

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