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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

VHK TIMKS, Kon it tied villi msiMTcn. i'"<iiin<icti. IMllillolicd every day In <he year by Tin- Times flinlintcli l'lilfllnliliiK Cunipiiii), Inc. AUtlrenx nil rouimunlcutluns to 'Mil-: '11 >1 ICS-DISI'ATt'M, Vlmc?.l)ikimU'li U^lliUu^, ill Suutli Trulb Sircii, UU-hmoutl., Ve. TGIi^rilOMC, HA.VDO* I'll I ? "ChiIonlIon I) nice 10 Kontli Tenth Street f'OUJli IIloliiiioiii| loan Hull SIr.-et /cli'rslnirit loll .Nor Hi Nyciuiiorv SI root ' ffhllllPC -IS 1.:Sk It t It ilrci'l UAMlliOOU. STOItV iV UltOOKS, INC., j*|iei'f:il AdYPrtl*in^ Itriircnciitnttveii. ??ti* V?rk. 200 Klflli Avenue t'!iSI::ile)|iIiia. Mutual I.Ilo IIiiIIiUiik 1 lilcneii l'oo|ili**N (>n.i lluililluu SI IlSt'HIl'Tin.V IIATKS IIV >! MI? One Sis Three t'tr:T.\ t.H PAH) Venr. Mo?. llos. 11 it U ? n;nl Sunday. . . .?? HO 9:1.1m SI ",0 t?alJ> mily -I.OO 2.IIII 1 OO tuudii) only JI.HO I 00 .fill TJtnes-11lN|iiiteh Carrier Delivery Service In filehiii'ind Inud suburb*) nud I'l'trnlmric: Pally with Stinilny....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

MISS ZME BRANCH i TO WED E. I. HOLDS ? eremony to Take I'lure in Kt. Paul's K pisco pal Church on Feli ruury 1?. MiHS CiAKTII'S 10X<? A<?KMK NT Will Marry Dr. John Porter' Jones, I "f \i?Kiita, the Ceremony to Take ; Place in April?Annual Meeting of Conunonwealth Chili. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr P.ranch have' *?iit out invitations for the jnarri.iKf nf their daughter, Zaydo, to Kdmuud Addi- ' -on Retinoids, ison of Mrs. Robert *'?. itennolds, and the Iain It. ?'?. Retinoids.1 :<1mo of Richmond. Tho ceremony,, which will lie a large and fashionable event, will take place In historic St. Caul's Kpiscopal Church i t 1 o'clock on Wednesday, February 1The wedding breakfast, which will he held in tho Rranclt hoinij, 1 West l-'ranklln Street, at 1 .,'P? o'clock, will immediately follow the ceremony at the church. % n ii ii a I Meeting. An interesting event of tho coming week ia the annual meeting of the Commonwealth Club, which will lie held at the clubhouse on .Monday evenltiu at !&...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

SPORTS L NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS Virginia League hcmlor llcri' To Day for the Purpose of Closing Deal in Behalf of Organization. APPLICATIONS F <) l{ STOC K Knthu.siasls Ask for Information. Sporting Fditor Titiios-Dispatrh A\'ill Receive Signed IU'<|titMs ami Kilo With Proper Clnh oiliciaN. I 'reside!: I .1 <> Koat writ: lit. of tin Virginia League, b:t l'.mville la^t night for this ?? it> and will hold a con ference to-day wit'* Alvin M Smith. ami the I'niiiMiiltoo rept esoii t iiic tlio Kit i; inond Kxhlblth >i ?*<?n:|i.inj ir. icf. r?c t<> the salt1 of the league's franchise to tile local ? otnpanv Refore l*-:i\ ii Panvillc, 8?ai?l I hat U.. in.it t < r < f t h< franchise must ho closed I turns home oi not at all There has been considerable lalk about the-.- heinu no action I: ken "i the filial ? Her of the business men by I In* Vliuinia !,? IHHC. i mi 1'rcsidelit iioatwiiuht lvi- bee n the most active in sendim: me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

PRICE DIStniilTH MAY BE IIBTIGiTEB Ih'legute Cj!uIIn, ??f Henrico, Offer* j Resolution as to School book*. oi.'FKits- skc;kk<;atio.\. iiii.l White Introduces Now I'lnii of Tmxii tion-?Hecil Wmits Access to ern IIiicoiiio Tax Hot urns for Com parison?Other Hills Offewl. The first stop toward :ui investigation l?y tli? General Assemblv of the mys teries anil other dillicultles with which ? he Slate Hoard of Kducat Ion linn been ? ong wrentltiig I" it* efforts to get text books for the public schools of Virginia ?<h cheaply as they are purchased in "'her Stated was taken yesterday. If a joint resolution which was pre sented is adapted the Hoard of Rdtica tion will In- relieved of tlie necessity for awarding contract for textbooks until after the next General Asm nihly lias acted upon a if port to In* made by tin- Investigating eomiiiittee. The Joint resolution, which was in troduced in 111 ?? House )?y Delegate Ju Il?_?ii Gunn, of Henrico, calls for a Joint committee of the liene...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

ILL STREET BROKERS WO IN SMILES Yesterday's Market (jives ail Inhibi tion of Old* Fashioned Ituoy aney and Vim. IM5ICKS T.\l\i: SHOOT I TW'.XI!I> Humor That KatiliiiiK House Will Take Over Control of .Missouri* l'aeille and Other (>otild Inte.rsts. Would Hestore I'uhlir Coniidenre. in itkii \i? \v w mi. M:\V YiiHK .lamiar.i \*. ? 1 Street went or- tth-.l l:i -mil' - !<? >'a*'v markets having ."is i*ii ii, .?\lill>i!loli ..1 ? fasliloi.,1 Iniiiv .iii, , that i nicil prho- up >* ? I with a \ im 1'hisi' on til* h--*- ? ?111 ? m'.]''!'"*. '? ill 111?** li.tur- . > pi .-ssoil t?\ lVtMlmorc ami .lli-odors im. t!i ? rumor that one Hi" l.-iYeo i vi ii U111 u ti<? u-? s \. <?a!? 1 I k ? ??\ . i < ?? II ? I ml of ?11?I .??.Ik- <;..|l In rtrrcNt*. Th-s.. Mocks \ Ioiik heett a tneiiiui'. tun) any . ??iiiprohonslvo pan ilwt ? ill pill tIii'in ? tls.-lr ? v. Ill 1 ti? I?? 11 ?????? i ly o?, -nr i it ? ? ? i.' ?'' ? In i i ill' ? i ? I SfC'll'll ;0". M Iss.arl I ? ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

jSid)muriJltime^j3i$palrli SIXTY-FIFTH YEAH I 1 ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH KOR CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING. YKLKIMIOKE YOLll .WAXTS TO THE TIM K8-DISPATCH ItAA'DOM'H 1 1 ItANDOLPH 1 WANT AD. HATES. f'AIt.Y, ens cent a word when paid In nd vance. No ad. taken for lean than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for all cliiHulfled uda. except. Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ud. taken for less thati 15 ccnta. N'O ADS. taken for Iasb thtn W centa when charged or pboaod In. Phoned orders not guaranteed. CluoHlIhutlona not guaranteed ?liter &:? p. M. LOST AND FOUND. I.osr, pair of nose glasses on Broad Street, west/ of Harrison Strict. !<?? turn to 33U North Harrison Strict ami receive reward. IIELI* WANTED?Male. WANTED, railway mall and postal - clerks; examination t>oon, over 2.000 appointment* yearly; prepare at home, write for Plan It of payim nt after ap pointment. Philadelphia Business Col lege, Civil Service Dept., Philadelphia,, RAILWAY MAIL,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 16 January 1915

THE HOME YOU WANT nt*y be ndtrrlUnl to-?lny or lo morrow In tin* cliiNNitlril voIiiiiiiih. It |>nj h to unli'h thrill. THE TIMES-DISPATCH jKidimonil ?itue^Pi^patclj ?RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915. REAL ESTATE NEWS 1m prrftrntnl rinlly with nn un MiirpuMficil iierfrctlon of Urtoll nntl IntorvMt In THE TIMES-DISPATCH ^ Miller & Rhoads---"The Shopping Centre"---Miller & Rhoads I I 55 5 1 I I < t The Tipper ary Blouse! 99 A new Blouse. with up-to-dateness, a feature fully as much as the very little price at which it is sold. Of allover embroidered crepe, iu pretty soft shades of flesh, white, sand, black, maize, etc. Sl'KCIAL Women's and misses' sizes $1.98 ,:A<"? First Flovr Booth. Big Values in Children's COATS Why not embrace this opportunity? Two lots? A( $1.98 """$3.48 Including Coats that sold for twice as much will be offered to-day. New and pretty styles, in sizes 2 to i?. Second Floor. 1 $ I I Embroideries Are Cheaper! Because We Have Several Thousa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

THE PLACE TO BOARD cnn raiilljr be determined by putting * ii mall Ad. In the vlkHllltJ columna of THE TIMES-DISPATCH REAL OPPORTUNITIES ? r? often fonnd In the little ?torten told In the Wilt Ada. It par* to rend them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOLl'HH 05 MJMIIUH 17 RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1916?FORTY-EIGHT PAGES. WKATiirciip ATM TO-DAYi PRICE FIVE CENTS GERMAN ADVANCE ' HALTED BY FRENCH Big Guns Take Place of Rifles and Bayonets in Fight ing Region. KAISER'S FORCES ARE ACTIVE Efforts Interpreted in Some Quarters as Attempt to Re sume General Offensive. Great Battle in West at Virtual Standstill AGAIN the great battle In the ?rent nrrmlnKlj lin* come to n virtual Mtnndwtlll. There Mt III In fighting In the northern part of France, where the French War Office report* the cap ture of ? nrxt trench In the vicinity ?f Perthes, but apparently the Ger mans have ctMed, for the time being, the Impetuous advance which In the last frrv days has rained for tbein considerable terr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Great Battle in West Seemingly Has Come to Standstill ; they could. They Inquired about the ' victims, and found that there wero no f Americans amonff them, nlthough some "v. are said to have claimed American f citizenship. ' KIRST TO SHOW TA Mil DM-: .s V M1* ATI IV t The Amerlcnn embassy was the first ? to show tangible sympathy by send p, ing Its staff to the scenes of desolation. > Colonel George M. Dunn, American military attache, motored to Avezzano and returned (from that place last "? night. ? "I never dreamed of such a horrible S situation," he said. "The whole town r Is ruined, as every house is down and |> only three stables remain Intaot. I Churches, palaces and dwellings have 1 crumbled. to the ground. What once J - were streets are now full of debris J to the height of six or seven feet. "Within a short tltno the work of - rescue will be useless, as all those ; burled under th?> ruins will be dead. The entire population is extinguished, ; the people either bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

ROAD BUILDERS TO HOLD 6IC CONVENTION HERE 3 Conference Is Ret for February D and 10, and Huh Interesting Program. MANY SUPERVISORS COMING Question of Road Maintenance to Re Chief Topic of Discussion?Im provement of Dirt Roads Also Im- i portnnt l'oint of Discussion. The Virginia Road Builders' Assocln- I tion will hold Its fourth annual moot- I lug In tho auditorium of Murphy's Hotel i February 0 and 10. Thl? association Is composed of county officials, contrac tors, engineers and other persons inter ested tn road construction and main tenance. It was organized in 1011 for tho pur pose of discussing sources of revenue for road Improvement, questions of lo cation and construction, and particular ly, that of road maintenance. At the coming meotlmc there will b<? an address on "Tim Relation of Road Improvement to the Public Schools," by It. C. Stcarncs, Superintendent of I'ub lic Instruction; on "Co-Operation Be tween County and State," by Colonel t I.uclus Gregory, of Mecklenburg j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

legislative Tangle Threatens Ad ministration Program for Short Session. TO GAUcrs ox a.mkxdmi:\ts With Only Six Weeks Remaining I/eaders Heroine l/nensy?Sonic Progressive Hepuhlleans Kxpeeteri to Join in Support of Measure. "WASHINGTON, January if..?Divi sion in Democratic ranks ovor the 9 tf?e government ship-purchase dovol?pecl at a party caucus ?M<r'? tariRlo which threatens the art Son " pr0ffra,n for ,ht' fhort ses Althoupii a resolution was adopted i?, ,h,? shipping 1.111 the un nnlshod business of the Senate, after passage of the District of Columbia appropriation bill, it was accomplished only on decision to hold another caucus Monday n'wht to pass on amendments ?.ri sh,P*l>urchaso bill. r?L*r0Us to the govern ment ownership feature was expressed by several Senators. and several '? was cleclarert, would be oubmitted to the caucus -osllon :mJV ,H!,X wo,,k? of ,h<1 roaular l "om" ,,,a"C" ";,v? ' Plltrw ilh0, oaucl,s met- Senator & roSfu'.i " ?',arK0 of tl.o bill. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

E ouch Deputy Tells How n? arJ Six CoinriuleK l'ut Hlxty CJw mans to Flight. M H V H II E I> IN UENDEZVOUS viulors Routed From Village, Where They Hail lleen Going Dally to Dine and Make Merry?Given t'retllt for Great lJravery. :>erlal f'ahlo to The Times- Dispatch.] HOUI/OGXkI .lanuary 16.?The Deputy the I'as-d^-Cala la Department, who i some tlinfe past has been lighting the front. .has returned and granted an Interview, In which he related vera 1 uf many adventures he passed rough recently. M. Ie Depute, who ft as a "piou-piou," without rank of iv description, returned with the ado of a lieutenant of the glmcnt of the line. In reply to my <iuery as to how h? is promoted, he told me the story t led to the "salon de caporal." < I w as on patrol duty with six fellow Idlers, when we reached the little llajte of i; ? . There we learned t a large detachment of the enemy Ited dally, at about the hour of mid . a neighboring village, K . nlch they used as a daily rendezvous, h...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

PROBLEM III mm BEFORE RESERVE BOARD Home Members Look Askance at Re ported Plan of New York Bank ers to Make Loan to Russia. MAY LEAD TO DIFFICULTIES Fear Expressed that Action Might Re Interpreted as Direct Govern ment Aid to a Belligerent'?Reg ulations Not Yet Approved. WASHINGTON, January 16-?*n ,ts consideration of regulations to govern acceptances, tho Federal Reserve Board has discovered a problem in neutrality which may lead to difficulties with j European belligerents. At tho board's last meeting It de veloped that some members looked ask ance at the reported plan of New York bankers to make a $12,000,000 loan to Russia, with the idea of later redls countlng the acceptance arising: out of Russian purchases here at the New York Fedeial Reserve Bank. The fear was expressed, it Is said, that such action might be Interpreted as direct government aid to Russia, sine? muni tions of war might be purchased with j the loan. Other members of the board, however, took the view that, as ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

NEW MILIUM) EVENTS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE Spring Out of Virtual Deadlock Ex isting In Wnr Zone During Jiecent Weekn. OKRMAN8 WEST OK WARSAW Also Reported as Planning Now Of fensive in llclgium and Northern France ? Have Not Abandoned Hope of Reaching Calais. LONDON, January 16.?Out of the virtual deadlock of soveral weokn there have sprung durlnK the pant few days military events of more Importance than followers of the war expected at tills time. TJioy are: The Russian offensive towards new points on the frontiers of East Prussia and I'osen: the fighting at Solssons; the '?xpected Turkish advance on Egypt, and plans for a renewed attack on Servlu, by combined Austro-German forces. West of Warsaw large German forces are concentrated, but they are gaining little ground, and It Is thought likely I hat lighting which will dovclrffr from i ho new Busnlan movement may tem- I porarlly overshadow the previous bat- j tie for the Polish capital. It is even | suggested that Field Marshal von llt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

oust OF PAGES WOULD TEAK WHAT COMMITTERS ARK FOH Appointed So That Member* M?y Have Fun of Dlsclitr^lnj; Them. Call on Albemarle Delegate for Supply of Apples. With pomp, circumstance and cere mony beflttlnK the dignity of that august body, the Hnu.'t* of Pages of Vir ginia was convened yesterday afternoon at 8 o'clock In the hall of the House of Delegates, and entered upon Its ex traordinary Hesslon. OrKanizntlon was effected by the election of Henry <* I.and. of Dltick stone, Nottnway County, a* Speaker; W. B. Clark, of Gold 11111, Buckingham. as clerk of the House anil keeper of the rolls, and 1?. Frank Hruwn, of Hague, Westmoreland, as captain of the read ing clerks. Monteiro If. Nelson was ajt- , pointed chief of the House police by Speaker Land. On motion of Thomas Morgan, mem- | ber from Drake's Branch, Charlotte ! County, the Invocation was dispensed j with, Mr. Morgan pointing out that j llttlo more than three wi'?*k? will Inter- j vene before adjournment, ar.d that the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

MUM. MEETING HELU UY FMH MICTION ?porta of liMt Fall's Industrial Ex position Show Attendance Curtailed by Italn. 'IRECTORS ARB NOMINATED eterans of A. P. Hill Camp Will RoM Their Annual Memorial Ser vices This Evening ? Celebrate liee's Anniversary on Tuesday. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] t'ETERSBURO. VA? January 16 ? j ho annual meotlng of the otockhold rs of tho Bouthslde Pair Association ?ho held last night In tho association's filceo In the Law Building, President 11. Mann presiding. Reports showed lat while the fair last fall wan of a Igh -Standard In point of excellonco f exhibits In all the departments, nd especially no In most of hem, the attendanoe was curtailed y reason of tho rains whloh prevailed hroughout tho week of the fair. A ommlttee wan appointed to nominate Ircctora for tho ensuing year, and on ecommondatlon of tho commlttoe, tho ollowlng were unanimously elected: t. H. Mann. Horaco L?. Smith, Ashton V. Oray. J. J. Jones, James Mcl. Ruflln, V. A. Totty, Willi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Turns' AID SOCIETY [IMS ITS 11 Great Need for Additional Support to Kimble It to Carry On Undertaking. FORTY-FOUR TRAINS TO MEET Plans on Foot for Formation of Na tional Organization ? California Society Offers Aid to Those At tending San Francisco Exposition. In the Inst ten days the Travelers' Aid Society In Its membership campaign has added some thirty rnemberB to the organization. One young woman %vho dropped Into headquarters yesterday for a social call, said at the end of an hour: "Well, 1 think I have seen more of life in the last sixty minutes than in all the rest of my existence." During that tiino runaway girls cam? in and were started toward homes; country girls without funds were di rected to where they could find employ ment, and so ii went?"all in the day's work." The secretary reports a growing need for more workers and more funds, and 1 the society is planning to bring its , headquarters into the business section j of the city in order to be nearer the j vailroad ter...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

HI IS AFTER ! BIG NEGRO EXPOSITION Uiles B. Jackson Asked by Senators to Transfer Affair to National Capital. WILL 8TICK TO RICHMOND Imposition Will Have President "Wil son as Its Guest This Hummer. Want City Council to Give $20, 000 Aid. While no move has been made here i to aid cho big exposition to bo hold In the summer by tho Negro Historical *nd Industrial Association, efforts ore on foot to have the affair transferred lo Washington. Giles B. Jackson, pres ident of the association, has received overtures to that effect frotn a number of government officials, and promise* of additional flnahctal aid have been held out as Inducements for the transfer. The value of the exposition to the cijy Is not recognized here to tho ex tent that It Is elsewhere, Last summer affairs similar In nature, but not on the elaborate and comprehensive plan of the one proposed for this city, were held in New York and Philadelphia. Hoth cities, as well as the State gov ernments, aided financially, but V...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

DETECT MISSUS . DESPERATE ENCOUNTER Hobo Snnps Gun In Ills Face, but, Fortunately, Had Forgotten ti> l.oad It. HIV KltS AM) CHKKTCS KISIXG Already Considerable Damage Has Ileen Done by Swollen Streams. Great Iilorks of Ire In Shenandoah Clog I*o\ver Dam. "U IXOHESTKK, \*.\., January 16.? Cumberland Valley nailroa<l Detective Misslo, of Winchester. was at tacked yesterday at 1 iaccrstown 'by a f^ranper, who had been prevented bv ?IC8DorIf7 f,V"" s,0;,,l,,? ? rifle, and a tho two* '? took Place between whippVd ou. "B rw:i,,t;h l,,e ,raln ri<iH the irlir", r h,.'t ',v"lvor ?'??'! snapped his ? uai.?n J ,,,1f,;;lUnat,Hv f'"- MaHHle. the weapon n >'? ? i 'Elected to |?ad ?re hunti,,* for V,;; stVanuer ,,P,i??",en j ?r.iJr.,5:.s,.,;rs^ rr?.mrrr,;! Pie llvlni- r'>-nn ana in, and peo-J ' m V m>;ir the streams are kern-! ?? ?lv i T ?" waters, which the Shenandoah and closed ^ l:,ln ?r North, ,;. Vlrclnla Dower nnrl a< :V,i,v,,lc' Putting tho water depend upnn th,. MiJ1 \...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

PARI TWO SPORTS JUdimonft PART SPORTS t w o 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS IGN FOR F Baseball Deal Closed With Vir ginia League by Local Busi ness Men. POST $1,000 AS A FORFEIT Purchase Price of Territory Must Be Paid in Full by Next Saturday. deal which opens the field for the ranafer of the International Leaguo baseball club from Baltimore to this < ty was practically cloned yesterday afternoon when the committee of busl n?8n men having: the matter In charge net President Roatwrlght. Abe llor wn ?f *nwP?rl and Secretary llson. of the Petersburg Club. In tho 5iw!!T,?u,12r,0? through sum of J12 &ooenoif?nl1 ,,,lr?u*h- und the Mo? i,n,,mvunt "r '?"* forfeit, unci a b- hard to 0raUdr|cSt",Ch,n0nd ,hat wil1 to-morro'v*'"a ar 1 e'| lore tfie time of grace exnlrco fi. .e t'oinmlttee putting up the for If ?!??" fo,low": -AIv111 M Sn' tl, W in n w ;i.r;;vpr c JunaV, 1; .v ? WI|S,J" and C. D. Polemaii lhat th?"namcell.nif 11 wa" announced in^t the...

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