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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

XV T 111 Ethical Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story ON Til K HIVKIl I1HIXK. Ily .Imto (iriilinm. "Going to bo married?" echoed Harry Miles. Ned King nodded trumphantly. "Suro as fat p." ho smiled. "I'll iiold you to your old promise, Hurry; you'll bo my best man?" Harry thrust out a friendly hand. "Of coiirsff, you run count on mo, old man! Congratulations??nd who Is the girl?" Nod rr-ddened, but Ills even were bold. "Delia Adams." ho said carelessly, Harry whitened anil nil the lldht died out n! his face. "Delia Adams?" lie repeste 1 In .1 curious tone. "You ar? to be congratulated, Indeed, Ned." "Thanks, Harry. Uetnembor, It's to i>e r very quiet affair perhaps a dozen guests. N?xt Wednesday evening at 7 ?and you're to be best, man." i Harry ,dld not wliice now. "I shall not forget," ho s.i id gravely, as ho turned away. Was Ned King his friend'.' Harry asked himself this question over and over as lie made his way toward the village hotel. Surely Ned had known that Harry Mi...

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. — 20 January 1915

MimiEBf OF LEE'S BIRTH WIDEir OBSERVED Cities Throughout the South Pay 'Irlbuto to Well-I^oved Confed erato Chieftain. many klaroratk programs '>n,v Holiday in VarlouN States, and Confederate Veterann, Afllli ated Organizations Generally Join In Patriotic <Vlehratlonn. South Observes Birthday of Lee "hfM-nanrf of tbr losth nnnlvrr nry of (lie lilrlb of (Jrnrrnt Robert ?'? l.?r, commnndcr-In-chief of ikr nrnilcn the C'uurederute Mil ten of A merlon, ???? Kenernl yriilrrdor (nroiiKfaoiit flip South, tlie* dny liclng ? '"?IK.- holiday In Virginia, .North nrollnn. South Curollun, Ueor^.o, r lorldn, Alabama, M 1**1**1,,nnil A rkniiNnn. A motile the principal rirrcUf, e?,nit ucnorntlnu the ueeanlon nrrr tlioNe held nt RnIrish, Columbia. ' y- A tlnnin. Macon, Tnnipn, bll"r S* ' " nuil JW?. Joint celelirntlon* of the birthday of tienernl T. ,|. "Stonewall" Jnck """ nm' Henernl l.ee were held In North Carolina, trlth ?|irclal rirr , "rN n< "'Kb! nt the State Cnpltol. Mi ninny of the...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

jRicfimonfi ?me^jBiSpjitrl) rnK TIMES, Poandrd 1SR9 VI1H DISPATCH, Kvuiidn).., 1N30 I'ubllnhed erery day In (he year by The Tlraeii. f)l?PRtrh I'ublliblnc Compnny, Inc. Addrrnn nil romrnnnlratloB* to TUli! TIMIOS-IHSPATCII, Vimen-Dlapa tch Unildtns, 10 South Tenth Street, UlrkmtHd, Vt, fEiiEpnoxR, vtAxnoK.rn 1 ."nbllcatlnn Office 10 Rnoth Tenth Street foulh Itlchraond lt>:?> Hull'Street i'rtrrnliiirK 100 Xorth Sycamore Street ' ~r>?'hbtirg SIS Kluhth Street UAsnKooK, stohy a nnoons, INC, Special Advcrtlalni? Heprcaentntlvca. u Vork 200 Fifth Avenue I'hllndrlphla Mutual l.lfc nulldlng < hloniio People'* (?>? Hulldlnw srnscniPTiox nATns in II AH/ One Sis Three One I'OSTAt.B PAID Venr. Mod. Mo?. Mo. Dally nnil Snndny . ...90. OO ?3.0(> 9 .35 n?lly only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .S3 t-uudny only 2.00 1.00 .00 .39 *7y Tlmcn-Dlnpateh Carrier OellrTy Service In Klchtuonil (nnd nuhurlin) nnd Petersburg! Onlly Tilth Sunday, one Tveek IB cents Dnllv without Sunday, one rreck 10 cent* t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

MISS MARIE D. AMES TO I WED RICHARD LBTBB, JR. j brilliant Society Event Will Take Place in Winchester To-Night. MISS J ION KINS WEDS K. W. WAKK Miss Elizabeth t'ockrell Reed He-1 comes llride of John (Inland Hin ton?John rowel I. to Speak at Woman'8 Club This Afternoon. Virginia society Is greatly Interested !'i lit" marriage of Miss Mario Donald ?k'Hi Ames, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulanchard Ames, to ICnnlgn Kichard Evelyn Uyrd. Jr., United States Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kichard Kvelyn Hyrd, of, Winchester and Ittch ruond, which Is to he celebrated this evening at 8 o'clock at Winchester, Kev. William 1). Smith, D. D., rector ?f Christ Church, olflclatlng. A brll llar.t gathering of distinguished guests will nil the church for the ceremony, and a' reception will bo held at the summer homo of ^ho bride's parents In Winchester Immediately afterward. Mrs. George l.afayetto Washington will ho her ulster's dame of honor and only attendant, and Harry K. Hyrd, of Itichmond, will...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

[sports c NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? sports BASEBALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ABE COMING IN SLOWLY More Speed and Action Noccssiiry if Itielmiond 1*- to Ciot An Interna tional League Club. ONLY THItKK DAYS KK.MAIN Fund Must He Complete by Friday Ni^ht to Assure Su cross?(>et lltisy, Scud in Your Subscriptions, and Do It Now. While figures aro not available or' will not be up until Friday night. H. W. Wilson. ni<ml'i r of the baseball com mit:*'"' appoint'-I to secure fuiuls to! float th- Richmond Exhibition t'nm- j l?aii\ atiii bring the Baltimore Inter-! national League team to this city, said' hist night that ho could otilv report j "proKt?><" Hy reporting progress, how ivcr. lie (iiil not mean to Infer that) sufli.-i* nt funds were In sight and tliej merchants and others could rest se- j cure that the project had been carried! through, i'iit that the canvassers and; others interested were going along in sin easv fashion anil doing their duly j w ell. According ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

INFUSION IS GROWING III AFFAIRS OF MEXICO ?atest Indications Are Tliat Vllln May Make Klglit for Mastery of North. '?AS FRICTION WITH ZAPATA >o I^esH Than Half-Dozen "Patriots" Arc StruKKlln?r for leadership, and Kach Has Certain Following ?>f Country's Armed Forces. WASHINGTON. January 19.?Indlca i"ns reached tho State Department to ?'iy that General Villa Is planning to withdraw hla forces from Mexico City nd concentrate his attention on a ampalgn for mastery of the military Ittiation In the north. Olllclal dla ?atchea also referred to friction he ween the Zapata and Villa elements, ?ut Knrhnie C. Idorente, Villa's repre- j ??ritntlvo here, said to-night he had asurancos that harmony prevailed be ween the two chief*. Much uncertanty Is known to exist n Mexico City. Villa's order that of "lals of the National Railway move lielr ofllces north, the activity of of irlals In packing their records, and ?ther evidences of an Impending chance ire looked upon by olllclals here as ? r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

Mr ON STOCK EXCHANGE SHOWS FRESH STflENETH Transactions In Shares Nearly IOO, OOO. While There Is .S'MHIO.OOO Turnover In Itnnds. UK.\I)|\n IS MAItKI'D' |,R\|)|;it Wide Interest Shown in Hethlehein Steel When 7 I'er Cent Dividend Is Oeelnred?There Is Still lv\ rellent Demand for Investment. im nun\i> w w \i.i? .v-'i:w voi;K .litmi:*? > i:t witit it u<< p !ioi? In .iiarev tli.ii |..|:ilo.| i?.,r'y t>\ ? " ^ "t T~ ^ t-irimver in t'iMiilit, to ' 1 ' " on ill** >*.. k Ptvohnna*1 de i,.,. rrr-. ? ^r-i.iMh .4 *!.:?.? t I-i < a. i I h aii.l " ' rr ?' ? l,v<" M !"l tli.> I issliiii le.l ,t ' ( ' ?' '' * in < ?!! 111 *?1 f or" 1 tt 11 ?"< urlllxx i"" in.l imsusp. . te.l Mrcnittlt 1 ppean .1 in Mi.. 1.111:11-,| ii surfi '? 1 :'' * ' '* "? !<-..| r v a T i*olnf 1 ' ? irryliiK the price thove ?J". ' ' '' w *11 ? ' no i"..Til..nl tin<iclit Trt f^fcl t." , N ' ? ?=? I'joi ni l 1 treat I > or:l?e|,i ... (. r- w.re : 1 .1 tlv .1 V?v. I V1 r ?1.1 iiix-.i ,??...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

8IXTY-FIFTH YEAU admittedly THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOn CLASS IFIED AJDVEUTISING. t'ELEPHONK WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 ItAJVllOLril WANT AD. RATES. v/nrT' c?nf. wor<1 w,,e" na'fl In ?<1 it ? tt takeu tor leiw than 10 cenie. nnt* one-half cent* a word for ?" -JV .d ?H?- oxtupt Hlluutlons Wanted icten a wortL No ad. taken for lea* ?nan 15 cent*. tRke" tot 'em than i5 centu when fuaJaSte.rt Hhonetl older. not 'iter Sip ^'aeslflcfttlonn not ?uaru:?to?d LOST AM J FOUND. AshViViH reel Station or on i - Rewuri4.' .i'0!,Ur,la>' MCU, f ^Bwj,3s;'"? ,n" rh" ' Bioad oni? V. , r Kk-hiiiond Hotel I Mitch oom, card case with c ,Vr i> ?. I-'"".lull V. Williams.' Hon i . , fo"-'iiiui. liberal reward it' I... 'rued to C1 7 Nortli Thirty-third. HJbiLi' WANTED?Maie. V*?TBP. railway niali arid! "ITo st-'/i nVnini8' lamination soon, over 2 ooo v>Honfor0Pl8flnye,'tirl?; ? l.oZ? ssl,cWh -Be. civil Servlco Dcm., Philadelphia. v-.nT':'*' a i"rst-clasH repair and ope oiler M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU (o advertise your vrnnta? ?*hetlirr j on dralrr lo buy or aril?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH iKidjmonil STime^Pi^patcli ?S?. 1 RICHMOND, VA? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915. TO KEEP IN TOUCH with world movements, m well u atn* of yoar city and State, read -r.jp ttmES-DIS?ATCH M. & R.-The Shopping Centre-M. & R, If You Embroider You'll be especially Interested In this New Line of Royal Society Package Goods for Spring?1915 Stamped Undergarments for women and children; also Hlouscs. Children's Dresses, Fancy Work, etc.* These come in a Inrge range of new designs, stamped on superior materials all ready for working. PRICKS 25c TO S1.00 Sufficient floss in each packago to complete the design. Second Floor. Fifty Street and Afternoon DRESSES at $10.00 A quick clearance of odd Dresses that have been in stock throughout the season. MOSTLY ONE. DRESS OF A KIND, so, among the very great variety you'll find most every fashionable color and most every size. Earlier in the season so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

r IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to r?nd (hr Wnn't A?t rolunin*. Thf llltlr ltd* reflect (He trend ?f nffnlrri. THE TIMES-DISPATCH (>5th YEAR VOI.IDIK oa M'MIIICU 21 RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. MANY USEFUL HINTS relating to health, hoiurhntd ethlcnl quentlonn and taahton ? re dally on the W'oina n'a I'nRe THE TIMES-DISPATCH WKATIIKU FAfl) TO-DAVt r -TY.11V PRICE 2 CENTS HOUSE REPUDIATES ; JOINT AGREEMENT Gates Are Left Open for Intro-' duction of Other Local Bills. BOTH HOUSES MARK TIME On the Outside, However, Segre gation Advocates Are Per fecting Their Plans. h'or the third time since the extra ordinary session of tlicr fioneral As sembly opened, the House of Delegates yesterday icpudlated the Joint resolu tion adopted on the first day of the semdon prohibiting the Introduction of hills other than tax measures The liars were let clown this time to a hill authorizing the Hoard of Super visors of lirunHwIrk County to issue bonds to pay tlie county's subscription to the capita...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

Russians Report Repulses of German Attacks at Two Points presumed these wer? the craft used.1 They can be built more quickly than Zeppelins, but are slower and carry lees ammunition. Whether by coincidence. or because the British and French authorities had knowledge of th? enterprise, inor<? stringent regulations as to lighting went Into effect last night both In Paris and i/ondon. Ah a consequence of the raid, insur ance rates against dnmanu by air craft were doubled. A large business was done even at the hinher rates. iiatti.kk coxsisT i.AUiir.i.v or Ait rii.m:h\ i:\<;a<;kmi:\ts Rattles, both In the east and the west, how consist largely of artillery ongnge ments, with occuslotial infantry at tacks. The French claim further pro? rejjs in the region of Pont-a-Mousson. to which military mon nttach much importance. It its predicted thnt the Germnns w 111 latfbch a heavy offensive. , as they did with great success at Sois suiih, to ]>iit a stop to the French ad vance towar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

DAUGHTERS ARRANGE 1 INTERESTING PROGRAM Their "ICvcnhiR of History" Proves Delightful AITalr in Connection With IiCo Celebration. m:ti:h.\xs attiond jia nql'kt I ii j miction Proceedings in Peters burg's Famous Tartte Church Case May He Postponed ? Missionary Society Observing Week of Pruyer. :Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.! IMCTFRSBURG, VA.. .Innuary 20.? The "ICvenlng in History" arranged by Mil! ^United Daughters of tho Confel ?racy and given last'nlght in the Klks' 11 onto, was a delightful afair ami one of tho most clinrinlni; social events ??f the season in Petersburg There was a very large attendance of the voting people of the eity, and the fine music, the recitation and the address had Intei esting historical bearing. The address of the evening was de livered l?v J. Cordon Bobannon. whose theme was "General It. K. Doe." The life and character of the uri'^t leader was traced in eloquent language. H?* froshments were served, and dancing followed The entertainment was in obser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

Useful \\ J 1 LI Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story IfKfl I'OIITION OP I.A1IOII. ll>- I'onnlnnof l>ff. "Gerald!" Ann's voice threatened ^"Forgive .no. dear but yo? ui a rather funny, th.it s all l'or.l toWl a?l.l? *1.0 l,c,J"p"!',fr Jn oM I Hunburncd lingers on ms arm. ' Ann shrugged his hand away. ' stared straight ahead ?*? where the river Hashed n sllxei st. oak at the foot of the warden. Ann's lovely dark face wa* *??>'? | Suddenly her attt | nX towjird her whole-souled Interest - in the suffrage movement. poke fun nt It?and m<J!" ?Mv .loat pin:" he protested I wish , co,,i.l to '??"?? ...,.v there are mo many?ei?wrong; ?r,:i 'nnV;;: .L rnce"ls so heavy In certain directions , pertalnlnc to the home and he. ?h . dren if she cares to I'xeit it. In. I of that sh<> overlooks the at hand and is lighting for tasks that men are better littod for by reason? j -How about the unmarried womatu ,-ut In Ann frigidly "The girl who takes her place In the bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

JUDGE JOHN D. G. SHOWN 1 DIES IN NEWPORT NEWS | " / l-'mimuH and \Vt?ll-Love<l Police Jus tice Succumbs After liliiKer ln? Illness. TUNKKAIi THIS AFTERNOON He Had Presided Over Police Court Since Town Was Incorporated In I81M1?Few Men in Virginia Had More Loyal Friends Than He. (Special to The TlmcH-DLipalcli.] NKWrOUT NKWS. V.\? January 20. -John 11. <; Hrown, for many years police Justice of this city, ami widely known throughout the Kngllsh-spealc Ing nations <>r the world as the original of Walter Kelley's "Virginia JuilKe," died at lils home here to-day shortly before noon after a lingering illness. Ills death had been expected for days. The end was quiet and peaceful. Short ly before becoming unconscious the patient realized death was near, and calmly whispered "Good by" to his f riends. .Indue Hrown was horn In llanover County, Virginia, .lune it;, 1SGS. Ills parents were Joseph l'.ooth Hrown and Kan tile L. Taylor Hrown. He was edu cated at Oakland A cad a my and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

S3 VIIE TIMKS, Founded 1SS< VltK DlSl'ATClt, FcundMl.., IM.M Published every day la the year by The Time*, nupalrb IMilillnhltiK Company, Inr. Addrena nil rommnntradnni to THE TIMES-IHSI'ATCM Ylmea-I)i*pnteh RulldlnVt 10 South Tenth Street Ulrkiaocd, Vet. fELitPHoxB, HANnor.rn i '?'clillMflnn Ofllce 10 Snath Tenth Street Son/li Kli'Iiniond ,...1020 Mull Strecl I'eternburnr 100 North Sycamore Street ' 'r?hbiirir 218 Eighth Streel ifAsimooiv. stohy a hiiooks. ixc Speclnl Adrertlnlnir Heprenentntlrea. ? i " York 200 Fifth Avenne Plillnilelplila. .Mil fun I l.lfe IlullilInK ? liieauo People's (in* Ilulldlni; srnsciui'TioN hates IIV >1A 1I? One SI* Three One ^f'OSTAC.E l?Ain Venr. Moa. Mob. Mo. Dally n:i?l Similar. . . .SO 00 83.00 ?1 *50 $ .H5 Daily only 4.00 2.00 1 OO .85 Sunday only 2.00 1 .00 .BO .23 Ity Tlmea-DIapnteh Cnrrler Hellvrry Serrlce In (tlrliMiond <nnd nuhurhn) nnil IVterahurjri Dally tvKIi Sunday, one rreek 15 renin Unity without Sunday, one treel* 10 rents Mmiln...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

ENSIGN BIRO MARRIES MISS AMES. OF BOSTON Brilliant Ceremony at Christ Church, Winchester, WltnosHod by Fash ionable Catherine. ISIIKKS IN NAVAL UNIFORM Bride Filters Clmncol Under Drnwn | tfwords Held by Groomsmen, Forming Archway to the Altar. .Many Affairs 011 Social Calendar. Christ Church at Winchester wan the scene of a brilliant wedding Inst even li'K at fi o'clock, when Miss Marie Don aldson Atnes, dnuRhter of Mr. nn<l Mrs. Joseph Blanchard Ames, of Boston. bo cr.mo the bride of Knsign Richard livelyn Byrfl. Jr., United States Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kvclyn Pyrd, of Richmond and Winchester. The church was thronged with a larRe company of distlnRulshed Rtiests, and the ceremony wan performed by the rector. Rev. William 1"). Smith, D. D. Raster lilies and Bride roses, with tall. llRhted candles, were used on the altar and tho chancel was massed with palms, ferns ami lilies. Tho bride entered the church with her father, who Rave her away, aild they were met at the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

1 ~ ==?= I . iJs^ SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTSl G1IHMAN SMITH FEELS GREATLY ENCOURAGED Becuros Subscriptions to Amount of $1,0<)0 and Receives Order for Ton Shares of Stock. ONIiY TWO MORK DAYS TO WORK Every Citizen Should Put His Shoul der to tlie Wlieel and Push the Project A long?Send In Yor Pledge To-Day?!>?? It Now. "T feci greatly enfloiiraspd after a l'.uril day's work in which 1 secured] subscriptions to the extent of Jl.oiOj for tho financing of tin* baseball deal." Tlift above Is what Chairman Smith ! fhonoii to tlio otlice of The Tlmos-Dls- j patch last night. Another hit of information, which j ?will show how deeply tho hotter grade! of baseball movement has taken hold: of Richmond citizens is conveyed in a I message from Hunter Cardoza. who is: traveling: through the South, and who Kent a special d< 1 iv? ry letter from! r*ayettevllle asking questions about) the baseball situation. Chairman i Smith replied by wire and a prompt re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

1 HOUSTON MS STRONG SUPPORT FOB SPEAKER ?Sported Thai Kdwln l?. Cox Ik lip inff O roomed for Impor tant Olllcc. I'OMTICWl, I'OT IS HOIMM* ?IihIk? Martin Williams Spoken Of for liietiteiianDOoveriiur?(!. J. Dnke May (tun for Treasurer of Norfolk County?Other Oosslp. Hard upon tlie heels of the uncon -imcd announcement that Speaker Kd ? in P. Cox will not stand for re-elec ""ii at tli? end of bin term coiiioh the ln t"i??ntliiK report tliiit the Speaker lias ? en groomed by bis friends in tho 'Jen ??ral Assembly for some rnoiitliH past for ?"i ofll-c of greater emolument, and an ? thcr Ktory which related to tlio an Mrntlonn of .1 n< 1?* Martin Williams, door loader of tli<- Mouse, to the lieu nt -uoveriiorsbip Speaker Cox declined to commit liim elf when tin* rumor of bin prospective !etlr?:inent was communicated to lilrn ? veral days ago l?y a Times - Dispa teb '? porter lit* declined to (IIkcuhd the ?natter for publication. I >e legate Harry '!? Houston, who lias been assu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

STOCKS ARE FN AFTER PERIOD OF IDDEGDIM Net Results Convinces Many of Un derlying Strength of Market. KOHKIOX SKIXlXtJ FIvVTl'IU: Loral Trailers Nearly All in Favor of a Heart ion?Coal Storks Ana in Prominent?Itomls l'ndistnrl>e<l liy Hesitation in Stork Market. m rkoaiuv w \t.i:. M :\V VOItK 1 nu:ir> >\--Stork* < firm, after a perlo 1 oi irregularity Tito n*M result convln-? many ot tho under lying strength of the mark* r. for foreign selling mi?.? rotah ? f. atiwe aggregating* lullv p.'V? Miares .. r*." !ot.?l 1 n derv were Hourly h)1 iri favor of a reaction \N ?11 Stre. f ha* g.?ne !!???? higher matho ineth s and is i.mw studvlig the fourth ? Miii' n? I oil.*' ? <.iii hi n \ i/t three. but tha fourth dimension Is the ubaillty of the mar ket to al sorh st K ? r to assimilate .ill offerings for* :gn ? t ti? I domestic Missouri Paclfh ? <1 In activity with an n*t\ r;.. from t*? '% Other (SnuM stock*. ft.y inp.i thf/? 1? T?'\as Pacific gained ;t pdt?* w| v. I?, !i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 January 1915

ftictjmoriii ?mc?j3i$palclj SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR I * 1 ADMITTEDLY TUB BEST MEDIUM IN THE BOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISINCJ. ? / ? 1KM5PHONK VOLIl WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. RATI5S. OAII,Y. one cent a word when paid In ad vance. No ad. taken for lesn thun 10 cent*. IUNDAY, one and on??-half ccnt* n word for ell clasalfled a^e. except Situations Wanted it ono cent a word. No ad. tukeu for let* than 16 cente. .NO ADS. taken foi '.e*i than 35 cents when charged or pbonetl In. Phoned order# not guaranteed. {Justification* not ifuaranteeu fixn ?,y? M M LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between ^3'>4 Stuart Avenue ami Robinson Streets Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity pin, heart shape. ., .'!! r 111 pitMHe pliotic Boulevard m/.'-w. ? LOST, catneo brooch, woman's head wearing helmet, on pink background. Hold band. I.ost on street or ear Jan uary 1 r> or IB. Reward. D 333, care Times- Dispatch. llELi' WAJNTED?.Mule. WANTED, railway mall and ' postal clerks; examination soon...

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