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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

FURTHER CONTRACTION IN EXCHANGE DEALINGS Minor Industrials Arc Active With Some Sharp Advances Recorded. llAXIv I)KVI' 1 .HI*M 1CNTS LEAD j Itussla Securos I/oan of S112,000,000 From I'nJtcd States TIii-oiikIi I Morgan A1 Co.. 1'ndcr Authority of | Federal Heserve Art. nv linn Mian h am,. NEW YO!!K. .1.1 c.-tary Healings <>n j S'tot t< Fxcharge tO-d ay <linwi>(l h further i contraction. with some Irregularltx- In prions ; Minor Industrial* ?<? i ttve. :in<l some i sharp aflvsm-''s were f??. 1 Standard Is I silo.. were reule.-t. 1 bat fluctuation* were | completely ovi>r>!i ? ?; by th" Important ! development* In the I at Mr eg contmtinlty. It w?s ofr!.-l.t:! y antc'iinccd from ivtrograd that ltu??li had seemed n $'I.'W ''-V loan In ' the United States A cr?U|> of banker*. 1 ho.nloc |.\ .t 1' M rgatt .X Co . agreed to take Short term dr of t>1 o Russian gov | rrntiieiM. the pr"o. t> |.o used In piy ; tii'tt "f exp"ri? ft :M* sntrv. This n?*. i linn...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR [ ADMITTEDLY THE) BE8T MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. VKLKPHONE YOUn WANTS TO THE TIMES-DI8PATC1J lANDOLiPJU I 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. >AII,V, one cent a word when paid In Ad vance. No ad. taken for less than 14 cents. UNDAY, one and one-half centu a word for all classified ads. except Hltuatlonn Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. tuken for less than IS cents. O ADS. taken for less than 25 cents when charged or phoned Id. Phoned orders not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed uftcr 0:30 P. M. LOST AND FOUND. iOST. January 4. 1915, one small, straight leg beagle iiounil, ono rpwn eye, one moon eye and dark end. Aukwits to name of Mooney. Leward If returned to \V. It. Cunlach ^ Son, 8904 AVIHInmaburK Avenue. iOST, white and red opolled setter dog. Reward If returned to II. n. Robinson, 01 Decatur Street, South Richmond, r phone Madison 3517, or Randolph fi4-l,. 1IELP WANTED?Mule. /ANTED, railway mall and postal clerks; examination soon, ov...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 January 1915

THE HOME YOU WANT may br wlvrrtlurd to-day or to morrow In <hc rliiMMlilrd columns. It pnyn to ?n(oh (hem. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Sidimond STime^-Pi^patcf) / RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. MANY USEFUL HINTS relating to hraltl, household ethical qufitlon* and fnablon ?re dnlly on the Woidh'* Page "The Shopping Centre" Colored Dr ess Goods > \ at 49c yd. This morning we will place on sale three extraordinary values in Colored Dress Goods at 49c yard. Peau de Peche or Wo 11 Duvetyn; also ) Plain Eponge and Striped Eponge; All ' Priced at ) These goods are all 54 inches wide and all pure wool; they originally sold for $2.50 and $3.50 per yard, now 49c yard. 4% Plaid Ratines at 25 c yd This morning we will place on sale in our Wash tioods Section a big lot of Plaid Ratines at 25c yard. In this lot von will find: 3G-INC11 PLAID RATINES that sold originally for 30c vard. 36-INCII PLAID RATINES that sold originally for 48c vard. m-INCII PLAID RATINES that sold for 08c yard. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On matter* of Importance Id city, State and nation, you need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE PLACE TO BOARD can raaltj be determined by putting a urnnU Ad. lu thn claaalUed column* ot THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOIitiHR 85 m:miikh 15 RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGER WRATHK TO-DA y}'?CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS EARTHQUAKE'S DEAD, 20,000; INJURED, 30,000 HORROR OF ITALY'S DISASTER IS GROWING E CRITICIZE DELAY | Blame Senate Finance Commit tee for Postponing Hearings to Next Week. JOINT CAUCUS IS CALLED Democrats Will Name Candidate for Judgeship to Succeed Judge Shackelford. Disinclination of th?? Senate Com-1 mltte? on Finance to scot down to work promptly yesterday drew the criticism ; of many members of the House of Dele gates upon that body. The adverse comment on the leisurely procedure of the Senate committee was expressed by Individual members, who reserved their caustic remarks for tho clonkrooms and corridors of the Capitol. The Senate commit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

{Allies Admit Reverses to Their Arms on River Aisne town damaged; ninny burned In wreck age of homes, save rumor. Corl?Town partly demolished; casual ties unestlniated. Clprlno?No report of casualties; many houses wrecked. Corvotri?Seven reported killed. Fllaeclano?Three reported dead. Gnllano?Several reported dead In ruins of famous cathedral; others buried nllvo lit wreckage of homes. Megllano?Death list likely will be large, as whole city is reported de molished. Monterotondo?Five reported dead; Professor l.ulgl Megnatl reported killed. Naples?None reported dead, but scores injured. Potenzo (ninety miles west of Naples)?Many hurled In ruins; feared many of 20,000 population are dead; town badly damaged. ? Port?Five hundred reported dead out of 4.000 population; town demolished. Poppi?Death list reported large. Palestrino?Five known dead; many injured. 'tome?None killed, but many Injured. Itlpl?Known dead number fifteen; j many hurt. Sora?One hundred reported dead; < town compl...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

' HOUSTON IS HOPEFUL ! OF FARMERS' FUTURE More Helpful Agencies Tlinn Ever Before Are Operating To-Day in Itural Life. NO FEAK OF COMPETITION American Farmer Inevitably Will Control Home Markets?Secretary Advocates Early Enactment of Kural Credits Legislation. TOPEKA. KAS., January H.?Secre tary Houston took an optimistic view of the futuro of American agriculture In an address hero to-day, In which he urged early enactment of rural credits legislation. "More helpful agencies are operating In rural life to-day," he declared, "than ever before. The American farmer need not fear the competition of the world. He will Inevitably control tho home market, except for things which cannot bo produced here, and will bo called upon Increasingly to supply the demands of foreign nations." Declaring that he strongly favored both Federal and State rural credits legislation. Secretary Houston said: "1 favor a Federal land mortgage hanking system for long-time loans on tho amortization principle ope...

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. — 15 January 1915

Useful \\T 1 TJ Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story IlIDY All-MOlClCS. By Molly McMitNter, The studio tos aclow In tho warm, rich light from an open wood fire. On ^ie walls, the lloor and In every re mote corner of tho room wore relics of travel?of happy days that were no more. The curtain was even then de scending on'ono phase of Kuby Wal ton's existence. , The girl herself, sitting before the fire, shielded her eyes with slim, ar tistic tinkers front tho too seaching Mght. She drew a deep breath that trembled and would have wept save ! that she must not be red-eyed during' tho next hour or two. lie, tho man who was coining, had j offered to buy the contents of the studio arid to take over the remainder , ?Of tho lease. Ruby realized with a j sickening seuise of physical pain that i the following few hours would be her j last in the world of Paradise. For [ such had her studio become to Ruby j Walton. It seemed strange that she, who loved \ beauty in its every form...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

taint is orara ' llFTtll LONE WRUNGLE ' William Massey Succeeds Man Who for Years Was Secretary of Horticulturullsta. OPPOSITION IS BITTER G. Iiucien I<upton Sharply Rebuked on Floor of Convention for Induc ing in Personalities?Otlier Oill t'ers Re-Elected. I Speclnl to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1 WINCHESTER. VA., January 14.-? Exciting BcctioH characlprlicl tho dnnl Hrnnlon to-day of tho nineteenth annual convention of tho Virginia Horticul tural Society, wlmn S. Luclen Lupton, of Winchester, suddenly opposing Wal ter Whately, of Crozet, fur re-election as secretary, Indulged In personalities which brought sharp rebuke from President T. N. Thompson. Mr. Whate ly, who has been secretary twelve years, and generally credited with doing more than any one for the uplift of the as sociation, was defeated by AN tlliam Massey, of Winchester, 'formerly of Rochester, Minn., by M to 22. Some members declined to voto, and many others left the hall during tho wrangle. Whately was urged earlier In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

jKirfimmiii Cime^-Pi^pntrlj VIIK TIMKS, rounded 1WW VI1K DISPATCH, rounded 1S.*?0 l'ulillfthed every dny In the yenr t?r Thr Tlmw f)h|iulrh I'uhllnlilnK Contpnny, Inc. Adilren* nil romtunnlcntlon* to THli TIMMS-HISI'AH II. Ttnien-DUpnteh lltxllillD*, 10 South Teuth Street. Htciitucud, Vtv. fE!.EPno>E, hamioi rn 1 rnbllcntion OiTlce 10 Sonth Tenth Street South Itlohimind ??'2<? ??"?? Street t'eterMliUTK 10? Xorlh Syeotuore Street ! rneliliurjf 21S> Kljflith Street lIASnitOOK. STOHV <? nttOOKJ. IXC.. Speelnl AdvrrtUIn* Hepre?entntlves. \,,T York Fifth Avenue I'hMndelphla Mutunl l.lfe JlnllilinK cnuitfto .People'* tin* llulldilis srnscnirTioN hates ?V 11 MI, One Six Three One f'OSTAtiH PAID Year. Mow. Mo*. Mo. finily nml Sututny.... SO .00 ?!i Ofl ?t ."SO S Ilnlly only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .ilj? fcuiulny ouly 2.00 l.OO .50 ?->' Rf II y Timen-IllKpnteli Currier Delivery SerTlee In Iticliiiioiul Innil miliurliH) mid IVIernlmrgi Dally m'iIi Sundny, one week IK eent* Dully v> i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

Members of Younger Married Hot Entertained at Her Monroe Ter race Apartment. I) I N N 13 It GIVEN ? DEBUTANTE .Mrs. W. 0. Preston Entertains In Honor of MIsh Anne Myers?Mrs. j Isaac Carrlujcton Hostess at In formal Tea. Smart society was engaged with a nuinbor of Interesting functions yester i. v afternoon and evening. Mrs. Jam?" Clarence SmytJi. of Monroe Terrace. I gave n largo buffet luncheon yesterday ni z o'clock In her apartment, t? which over a hundred members of u>? | voungcr married set were Invited. I no i pretty rooms wore thronged with handsrimely uowned women during re | eeivlng hours, and the decorations were I onlIrcly In pink roses. Tall vases and I baskets of Mrs. Huasoll rose* were ar ranged on.the tables and HtanclH 'n^tho I drawing-room, whore Mrs. Hmythstood with the guests of honor, Mrs. ,l',,rK i J. Bull, of Paris. France, and Miss Grace Meacham, of New York, and the same color scheme was carried out . the UlnlnK-roo.i.. The luncheon table was arranged with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS FANS RITIFF U FOR BETTED BASEBALL HERE Whirlwind Campaign to Raise Money to Finance Oriole Furchaso Planned. COMMITTERS STAKT MONDAY Richmond Men Will He Asked to Subscribe $40,000 to Itring Haiti more Intermitional Leagno Fran rhise Here. l.ocal baseball fans mot Inst night and ratified the agreement made by business men to bring the Raltlmoro franchise in the International I.eague to this city next season. The meet ing was helil in the Business Men's Club, ana plans were formulated for a whirlwind campaign to raise funds to finance the proposition. Alvin M. Smith, chairman of tin committee which closed the ileal with Jack Dunn, owner of the Orioles, pro sided at the meeting, at.d cave an out line of the ? vrk already accomplished. Copies o: t\o acrevmo: t -tween the parties were read. and the plan for the organisation of a corporation to take o\*r ?????? fr.irchis* explained. Mr. Smith told Of the price agreed upon by Mr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

lECOUDS REPEAL ! OF UNO-GRSBBEHS' LSW1 Cliulkley lllll. Reported as Submltute, Milken Provision for Hale of De linquent Lund. j COHT8 PAID BY LANDOWNKK Itulance Over ?nd Above Costs and Tuxes to Revert to Owner?Love Defends license Tux on Retailers of Tobacco, The Finance Commltteo of the House of Delegates devoted its Hosslon yes terday to consideration of the mer chants' license schedule of the Tax Commission's bill. Captain W. W. Haker, of Chesterfield, acted as chair man. When the Tax Commission's report was compiled many sections were left open "for amendment." The Finance ? 'ommltteo practically completed con sideration of the merchants' license schedule, and the bill will bo reported favorably, in amended form, this morning. Two other bills approved by lite coin mltteo are tho delinquent land tax measure, of which Mr. Chalk ley is patron, and the capitation bill, Mr. I.owry, patron. The Chalk ley bill repeals tho land Krubbers' law and makes provision for the Mule of delinque...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

TOPS TRADING LIST Stork Itl^es After Declaring of Divi dend, Putting It on 5 Per Cent Iliisis. r it i c k s \ it k (* 01 xo i* r All Efforts to Depress Market Have Proved Failures, and lletter l'lji nres for Hailroad Issues May He Kxpeeted?West Is Optimistic. UV URtl.XDAN WM.I.. NKW YOltK. Jaminr.v It riosine price* were firm In the .'???ok market t ? day, fol- . Innlnc the declaration of the Baltimore and | Ohio rl I villein". Kxl-fniP dullness pre va I !i<il , ?'m;lne the early sc*s|on. but dullness does , not stati! f..r weaki'ss In and the undertone held stend> with spurts of ac tivity, nt advancing prices. In the Imlus trials Trartln* In Haitlmore an.I ' ?hlf? topped tho lift. From ???'? the M... 1: rn"1 during tho <lay to when content appeared an i? i>'ei;?.r. hroiiklnic nii'd .tion? 1 ?'* This encourage I Mime of the t!? ..r trader* to assist In t ho downward movement, which wim promptly checked when the company <!?? dared )> -..tit divldi-ti? I for the *l\ ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

D \ TELEPHONE] YOUR WANTS TO THE TIME8-DISPATCH ANDOLPIJ 1 1 IUNDOLPU WANT AO. RATES. A1TT, on? cent a word when paid In ad ?ance. No ad. taken for lens than 1* cents. Jls'DAY, one and one-half cents a word for Ml classified ad*, oxcupt Situations Wanted kl on* cent a word. No ud. taken for le?? than 16 cent*. ?" 0 AUS. taken for than SS cents when I charged or phoned in. Phoned orders not lliarunteed. Classifications not guaranteed ? after i>:30 P. M. LOST AND FOUND. )ST, botweon 1700 Hark Jfcvenuc ami ' Broad, or on east bound lfroad anil l^venty-flfth Street car to Eighth, gold , ateli and chain, monogram M. B. P. award If returned to above address. 1D8T, New York draft, $71; Indorsed i by T. J. Puryear. Payment has been ; opped, and all persons aro hereby ,arned against receiving or using .me. Kinder return to T. J.'Puryear, P.. Henrico Courthouse. rnAYED from 814 North Sixth Street, . sabi? and white female collie pup. 4 ontliH 'old. Reward paid for return pup or Information...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 January 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to ndrrrdar your vrn n <11 ? irhr(hrr you dr?tr?> to buy or ?ell ? In THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try ? ClMalfled A<?. In tho Situation 'Wanted Column. lo ? word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH An Insight to Kitchen Economy! In Ten Years: 10 ordinary Pans at 30c apiece cost. . . .93.00 A "Wear-Ever" Pan (which will wear more than 10 years) costs 50 The saving on one small Pan equals. ..$2.50 "Wear-Ever" Does that word describe your Kitch en Ware? It is literally true of Aluminum Cooking Utensils which bear the "Wear-Ever" trade mark. WEAR-EVER No lasting, no chipping, no scaling, no seams or sol />To!$\ der, no loss of utensils by aluminum burning, no continual buy ^?[?7 ing of more "cheap" Kitch en Ware?the kind that TRADEMARK costs the most in the end. Replace Utensils That Wear Out With Utensils That "Wear-Ever" A good time to do this is NOW, while the superior efficiency of ALU MINUM ware is being demonstrated i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

I REAL OPPORTUNITIES nrr oltrn found In tlir little ntorlrn told In thr Wnut Ail*. It imjN to rrnd them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH (>5th YEAR volUmis IIS Mt.MIIKlt Kl MANY USEFUL HINTS rrlntliiK t >> lit-nlth, honneliold rtlilftil <iu<?h t Iohm ami m<ibluji ii r?- ilit II >- on tlie Wo in tin'i* I'iikc THE TIMES-DISPATCH WKATIIICIl I/ATR TU-OA V i * -i i I1 SHARP DIVISION I ON TAX QUESTION i\dvocatcs of Various Systems Arc Aligning Themselves j for Coming Contest. ;VIEMBERS MAKE ADDRESSESj 'Dr. Page and Mr. Anderson De fend Majority Report for Centralized Control. While no compact nioljlllzfttlon of ho a?lvocatCK of the commission sys- ! cin. the segregation system or the par- ' l.'il seRreRaI ion syHtem was effect *mI ? esterday. tIn* day wit nesned the up- | >roach of the different elements in the j Jenoral Atstmlily of Virginia to posi- j Ions ivh'Ti1 they will In' < otnj?oll*;?l to j illun thetuselves for a tirst engage- | nent, which will determine whether ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

New Plan of Carnpaign Against Germans in East to die J\ tunnel to theni by which they iniKht bo brought out. si diium.V citoss |?. SIIAKKV FltOM ri.At F. One of the student* of the college. Miss Torsottl, who r?MP' il by the nar rowest margin. ??>l?! of Iter experiences. "Whin the shook o:une." siio said. "We were it 11 in the chapel at pravors. Suddenly the ?ohb n cross was shaken from its i?!:<? -o and < rasl?< d to the Ihtor. The building trembled and the walls Ik>k;iii to eriimbb . Many cirls fainted. J nitinoil the lower ?!????? le-fore I lost Consciousness i "When 1 recove ed 1 was : n a dark tomb. A trai le r lay d- ad at my f* ? t. All about lite wire n<'onsoio;is forms Of nuns and students Tlf doors w-re blocked and tin windows were soiled w ith th? debris A sick, i ins; sensation came ov>i ni' 1 realized ttiut 1 was juried alive. SuddenK 1 beard voles It teemed thiv.s I had waited. I I ? > fame nearer. Finally tin* stonos ind ibortar b nan to fall a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

SHIP WHINE SENT TO GARRANZA BY BRYAN' Secretary of State Tells Mini "Serl-j oils Consequences Muy Follow" j Confiscation of Oil I'lants. :kkar kohekj.v complications lit Is in .Mexican l-'iol(ls Thai llritish i Fleet (Jets Much of Its Fuel?Vlr- [ tual l'mhar^o Already IMaced on | | One Company. 1 WASHINGTON*. January 15.?Tlx; I*nlt?:?l SlalCH government has warned General VtMiustlniio Carranzii llial "seri ous consequences may follow" lilx i ijIhreatcned confiscation of foreign- i ^owni 'l 'ill plants In Tamplco. Tills an iiouticemcnl was made by Secretary l(Hr\an to-ila.v after a conference with ^jSIr Cecil Spring - lih*e. Hie ISritlsh am i bassador. ,di<I representatives of Attierl 1 caa 'oil concerns. " Already tin- <'a rran/.a olllclals have i ? n forced a virtual embargo on the ?'X . initiation of oil by a big Knglisli com- 1 pa n v ^ The Kritish ambassador, at Mr. ;l Mi jan's suggest ion. sent to tin- Kritish ^consul at Vera <"ruz an indent protest ^ foi lii'iicral Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

Useful TV / 1 I ? Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks J The Morning Story ill-*it sti:amkh ii\ski-;t. Il< C'lnriMMti Miu'kii'. "At last'" breathed Kthcl Smith as the great liner drew awa.v from tin pier. She voiced the delighted expec-; tntlon of many another poor girl who j has .saved ami scrimped lor a long desired trip to Kttrope. Kven the fact that there was no one to wave fare-J w ell, no one to wish her boil voyage I on this, her maiden adventure into the' world of unknown, could detract from that first hour of enjoyment. Afterward, when they were licailcd down the hay, si ? w< nt below to her stateroom. Passing: through the sa loon, Kthcl felt her first panes of loneli ness. So man; people appeared to know one another ? to l* sure of having a delightful time. Tables w.-re erowdeil with beautiful st-am-r baskets, some overflowing with flowers, others lieapeii | with fruits and confections. A until-i her of niodishlv .ittired girls carelessly! scanned tin cards and accepte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

I ALDERMAN BEFORE If. C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY II . ('resident of University of Virginia Addresses Legislators of Native Htute. IfAVE BIX DUTIK8 TO I'KRFOltM V Kinds That Commonwealth Already Is Doing Task Nobly, and Thinks No State lias Finer Grasp on Future. s ISpeclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.1 i UADBIGIT, X. (J., January l.r>.?Tho -tienmul Assembly to-day received fe licitations from the Virginia Legisla ture on the fact of the simultaneous Sessions. and UoprcNentativcH Roberts, (.iMucliton and Mason were appointed (to prepare a reply. \ In his address before the General ir\?snnbly this afternoon. Dr. Kdwin A. lAlderinan, president of the University aof Virginia, and a native of North ^'arollna, declared that six heavy du ties rest upon North Carolina. She has xihe African race with her. and must (treat that race justly whilst saving1 ijhcr own civilization; all tlx- people jjimist he educated, wiiite and black; must reorganize agriculture as the vi';iHis of h?-r Industry, and develo...

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