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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 November 1914

Mill MIKE ALL VEHICLES ? SHOW LIGHTS AT NIGHT h ? ; Strong I*rotest Registered i?t Appar ent Effort at Class Legislation Against Automobiles. DEliATI'l SEAHCHLIGH1 liAW Advice of l?ollco Hoard Is Invited. Several Speakers Take tirouml legislation Would Xot He Needed If Traflle JiftW Were F.uforecd. ? After a throe-hour public hearing 011 J the ordinance which proposes to make j unlawful tho use of blinding head fits on automobiles driven in t??o oitv the- Council Ordinance C.ointnitteo ( voted at 11:13 o'clock last night to j pfer the proposed legislation to the ; Board of rollco Commissioners tor a. report as to Its practicability and e\ P?An'ovVrllow attendance of citizen* | caused the committee to 1 rcKUlar meeting room and make use of the Administrative Hoard ehamber. A score or more of citizens represent - , tlve of the automobile and men until , Interests, participated in ; I which several times during the e\en iuc took u huutod turn. , I The matter was complicated by .1 j sug...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 November 1914

DIKING MPIO STRIDES ! IN COIL PRODUCTION ^trginla Increased Its Output Laut Year 12 Per Cent Over Pre ceding Year. t ? VIANY HEAR STATU GEOI<OGI8T Dr. Thomas L. Watson Delivers In teresting Lecturt on Coal Industry of This State- Before Richmond Society of fingin^er*. ' / How Virginia la making rapid strides n coal production was told In an inter ring lecture last night by Dr. Thoma? Leonard Wateon, stato Geologist, at the Virginia Mechanics' Institute, where he spoke under the auspices of the Rlch nond BocJcty of Englnoora. The leo :uro was the first of a popular courso >n technical subjccttf'to bo given by ihe society during tho winter, and was argely attended. Virginia.,, Dr. Watson, said. Is now the alnth of the twenty-eight coal-pro luclng State*". Its production, he showed, has Increased enormously dur ng the past few years, and with Its ilrnost limitless sourcc of supply, and .?Jew fields being developed, Virginia ?nay soon rank as one *of tho leading States In tho quan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 November 1914

IT TO BE RESUMED AT ONCE ?Postponed on Account of Threat ened Selling" May Well De? ' ? scribe Reason. SKI,UNO ORDERS ACCUMULATE Ease?in Money Market Extends to Commercial' Paper ? Quiet Im provement Continues lu Metal Trade?Heavy Demand for Copper. my mkoapan n<\u. NEW VOUKi November 5S.?"Po?tpon?-1 on ijccount of threatened soiling" might welt describe the reason public trading In bonds ?will not be immediately 'fwrned upon the1 floor of the Slock lSxohange. Selling orders have accumulated In bond j houses to an extent that threatened the maliitcnancr of fixed prices, destroying ull , recent Illusions. so widely prevalent, that i quotations Indicated that buying orders ! vere In excess of offers. Stock Exchange officials are forced back 1 to reconsideration of dealing" In stocks at I July 30 prlcec. or better. This market Is 1 considered by many to l-e on nn odd lot I basis, with I he disposition cf the public to i buy such amounts of semlspeculatlve In d list rials at they enn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 November 1914

6IXTV-KOUHTD YEAH |\DMITTEDU? THE BBS V MEDIUM IN THP3 SOUTH POtt CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. tELEPMONE YOUR WANTS TO | J VII13 TtMtSS-DlBfATCH j |?AXI)OLl'U I - 1 - WANT AD. RATES. IMII.T. on* cent a word when '*? *?* | I vanca. Ho ad tajten fo* leea tbau I' cjntt l>VNDAf\ on* and ona-taalf canta ? ?4l cUaalflad aU?. ?xc.pt Sltuitioui j I at one cent a word. r?o ad talteo for le?? , that; 16 cent#. _ ! s? A OH taken tot lesa than ? ' ehamad or phoned In. F&onad o^J* guaranteed. '"Uaealflcationa not guaranteed ?it?r ?:>) *? U. LOST AND FOUND .OST, Scotch c^lie pup. Return to 1303 Grove Avciiuo; "Gray." Rc vurd. ?TRAYEI), inalo colllo "4up about 5 months old: sable body; whlto .round neck and feet, and whlto fttrlpe ?n head. Howard. Return to 2101 ?'(oyd Avenue. HELP WANTEII?M?l? 1ECOME railway mall clerks; 570 i Month. Examinations coming. Sample ! iUvRtlona free. Franklin InBtltute, I ?>ept. <30-T. Rochester. X. Y. SALESMAN wanted for a route nt Auli ? land, Va., selli...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 November 1914

READ THE WANT ADSJ They <etl of opportunity for. . nhkh )ou nay have beta look? In*? THE TIMES-DISPATCH LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS Afcoat dlatlnctlr fentlalne thlagi tkat ntMta naat to know? ?my day tai THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. 5 S I Women's and Misses' Suits | Large assortment of Clot.li Suits just purchased for this sale, ^ $15.00 | ^ All the newest fashionable cloths and colors. All sizes for the miss or woman. Every Suit is absolutely new in both style and color. AH to go at one price, $15.00. ^ | Discontinued Lines in the Well Known Redfern jj and La Vida Corsets | $3.981 Sizes 20 to 20. All good models, which we are closing out on account of broken sizes. We will tit these Corsets Friday and Saturday at ....... SKETCHES FROM LIFE - By Temple REHEARING GRANTED fitniirinrd Oil Company Willi i'oltil In Tu? l.ltlffntlon. V. W. Starke, convicted in th? Cir cuit Court of lirunswick County of shooting Walter Smith while tlx- pair Jvere Indulging in a i it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES For rromra are charmingly Illustrated dally om Ihe lloune hold !'?(? of THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO-L'AY'f WEATHER 64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914 NUMBER 19,906. TEN PAGES SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY It ring your copy (o-dar. Ural IXntr. Uualncas rimvren, Hoard ers Wnnted. Help Wnolril. THE TIMES-DISPATCH AIR PRICE 2 CENTS. VILLA MAY TAKE MEXICAN CAPITAL WITHOUT BATTLE Obregon, Who Is Loyal to Carranza, Evacuating City With Troops. PURPOSE OF HIS MOVE REMAINS UNEXPLAINED Soldiers of Villa Are Headed Southward and Meet No Opposition. WAIt IS FORMALLY DKCLAKIOD l'ew Troops Under General Blanco May He I*eft to Protect. Inhabitants. Rumor That Blanco Has Seized Power \ WlA ( ni'7,, >otrtnltrr 211.?An uarontlrn'ril report litis renehcil here thot t.ciiernl IjUcIo llliiiicrt, of llie fountl t utlonnltst furi'fH, bj n rnop il'rlnl, lion Imprisoned (irnrrnl Oti rrKon nml innilr himself Hfrullir liruil of flir Mexico (II) covrrn> mcnt. WASHINGTON, November...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

.. ?? . ==========\. {===== ? ? ? . ?? ? ? y ? Disease Is Clutching Western Armies in Ms Ghatsly Hana tZl*t tho nlllcH should bcf oon *hl ? .a? thelr Intentions regarding tho future of tho IJalkans. C ton' '"l* boon affcctrd by tha If^ aavnnco, and hor ttmb.if.sa tho European capitals havo ti ? to ounfcr "'Hi tho ^V> , Marquis Impcriall. Italian 8 or to Groat Britain, will leave Tor Roitu, to-morrow. Prove"t tea reaching Germany ? ?? England through neutral coun it^r??(rieat Britain lias prohibited lta oxportatlon to European countries ox n?HOc:,f tho Kl,,Cf'- S?,H,n ?nd k ? Since tho outbreak of the QXport8 to Holland have reached enormous proportions. runTHHtt STKI'S 'I-O PREVENT IJVVASIOX OK HAST CO\ST 'rho . adml.iilty i,nb taken further bt th?? th? c:Uit roaat ports Thin extension of tho mlno ilold. This scorns to support rumors that nected" it % ?" th? 0!l8t CottSt li} cx that If A - Bro"c;nill>- believed here that If Germany Is balked In other f,? 'fns* ??>o .will at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND Trustees of Estate Refuse His Appli cation for Additional Allow ance for Thin Purpose. S|;X1)H LETTERS TO GOVERNOR Will (tive $100 Out of Present Al lowance-?Writes Caustic Letter to Choate ami Sherman, Telling What He Thinks of Them. John Armstrong Chaloner. the mas ter of "Merry Mills." editor of tho long defunct literary publication, "The Scor pion." author of "Hell," originator of tho celebrated salutation. "Who's L.00 ney Now," 'anil the mnn who has Sherlfl "nob" Chanler, or New York, for a brother, has Joined the Belgian Ucllef movement, and will contribute Stf,0 to the fund. Mr. Chaloner wants to contribute 5000, but Joseph H Choato. Jr., won t I't him. The master of "Merry Mills" so in forms Governor Stuart in a series of communications received from him at tho executive ollico yesterday. The In terference of Mr. Choate and hls uit soc-iate In business, Mr. Sherman, with the benevolence of Mr. Chaloner; plained by the latter in the follow ink communicatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

I SPORTS SPIDERS PLAY WILLIAM AND MARY THIS AFTERNOON ?"SPORTS) CLIMAX OF THE EASTERN FOOTBALL SEASON TO-DAY Yale and Harvard to Strive for Honors hi Hlg Stadium at New Haven. ADVANCE GUARD AHltlVEK Hotels, Hoarding-Houses ami l*rivato Residences Taxed Uv-Accommodate Visitors?lleoords of Contesting Squads?The Ijlne-lTi?s. NEW HAVEN*. CONN., November 20 ? The climax of the Eastern football sea -son will bo staged here to-morrow, wlicn tho teams of Yalo and Harvard Universities moot in tho thlrty-tlfth Vame of the Intervnrclty serlen, which ?began Jn 1S75. Burlng this Stretch of forty jyars Intercollegiate football arid St? attendant features have undergone remarkable evolutions. Numerous changes In the playing rules have been made, and the theory and methods of attack and defense radically altered. All these variations in tho game and play sink Into Insignlltcanco when com pared with the great transformation of football from the spectacular and spec tator's standpoint. In the early d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

YOUNG HMD MITIST MAKES BEAUTIFUL BOCK --J ? Duguld Htewart Walker's Hplendtd Work lu Illustrating Huns Ander sen's Fairy Tides. 11NF 8TOKY OF FAST PHFSSIA j Anonymous Author Contributes An-1 other Humorous Study of Prussian j Mfe ? Marie OorelU's New Ito iiiuuco?- Mr. Hlythe's But Ire. In a selection of "Fairy Tales From Hunt* Christian Andereen." Illustrated by Dugald Stewart Walker (Double <luy, PaRo & Co.), may be found abun dant evidence of tho dev<riopin6nt and growth Into u mature and rare form j of art expre?Nlon, which the earlier i latent of the youn? artlM."* formerly j ??f HtchrnOnd, bad prepared, not only : ? 11h friends and thoBe interested in his ' cafeer, but tho unbiased cognoscenti, I to expect and to predict of him when ] ii? should have attained the full meat;- j ure of his artistic stature. Fur pe culiarly charming, fanclnating, Indeed j -in the literal seneo of the word?are j the pictures that Mr. Walker has pro- j vjded for the old talos?pictures that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

Jfichmoriir time^-jBispnld) THE TIMES, Founded... 18SS TIIK DISPATCH. Founded 1850 I'uhllahed fTfry day Id <hr year by The Tlmea Illapatch rulilhlilns Company, In*.*. Adilrcn* nil ?'nmmnolcntloita to 'TICK TI.M1 :S-I?ISI*ATC1I, rinM-nhpat?h nullitlng, 10 South Tenth Street. Richmond, Va. rKI.Kl* HO IIAMXII.I'll 1 Publication Olllec 10 South Tenth Street South Hl. hmond 1030 Hull Street Peteraliurif 109 Xortli Sycamore Street l.ynehhurg i!18 Klghth Street HA SBKOOIv, STORY A BROOKS, IXC.. Special AelvertlMnr Represent atlven. \cw York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia.,.. Mntual I.lfe nulldloK Chlcnen People"* (inn llulldlni; SI IISCH IPTIOX It ATMS IIV M A II. fine SI* Three One POSTAGE PAH) Yenr. >lo*. Una. Mo. llally nnil Sunday. .. .90.00 $3.00 SI .50 9 .5S Oally only .. 4.00 2.00 1.00 Sunday only. ".00 I .OO .50 .!i.t lly Timm-Dlapati'h Carrier Delivery Service in Richmond (and niiliurhn) and Petcmburjj: Holly with Sunday, one week IK eenta Hallj without Sunday, one week 10 ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

Househo'd Interests :xz> SOCIETY Personal N o t e r BRIDGE LUNCHEON GIVEN BY MRS. WILLIAM W. ARCHER Mr. and .Mr*. C. K. Sutler Celebrate Twenty-Fifth Atinlvcrmiry of Their Murrluge Wltb Brilliant Uttcpllun, Mrs. John Bandstreet, of Monument Avenue, will give a buffet luncheon at the Westmoreland Club on Friday, November .'7, In honor of her niece. Miss l,oufse Broyles, /of Atlanta, Ga., who Is her gue?t here, and Miss Mary James Mussic, of Charlottesville, who is a debutante here this winter. Only the season's buds and the younger so olety nun have been Included in the Invitations. I-Mwin Broyles and Clarke Howell. Jr., who will also be Mre. I<and8treet's guests for Thanksgiving, will receive with her on Friday. Debutante Function. One of the prettiest debutante func tions of the season was the bridge luncheon given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. William Wharton Archer at her residence, 508 lOast Franklin Street, In honor of Mioses Roberta Kyle Pleas anta and Mary G. Tyler. The r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

STBEET HSTIITES Tills Not Time to Buy Bonds With Limited Incomes, but Oppor tunity for Speculation. MONEY ABNORMALLY CHEAP Investors Who Know Are Seeking Chance to Place Funds in Securi ties Which Are Certain to Benefit by Present Ciiusual Conditions. 11V 1IHOADAN W\I,T.. NEW YORK. November 2".?>'t?rh ninr kets are the forum of prices. Why Stork Kxclfnge official tnatfo (he mistake of overestimating the demand for mortgages or other forms of set maturities Is a prob li"rt that the average member cannot ?? plain. "When I road the Income tax law:." said u prominent banker, "I Hold every bond 1 owned and advised my cllcnts to (lo the Bit me. "Korty years' experience han taught tne tli<t unusual conditions reverse (-pinions. Thlri isn't tlie time to buv bonds with lim ited Incomes but rather the opportunity to buv speculative stocks that oft or the prob ability i>f increased income. Money to-day Is nUrormnMy cheap, for reasons that Bhould be apparent to efery one. Kmorgency cur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

6IXTT-KOURTH YBAR ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN TUB SOUTH TOR CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING 1EUTHONE VOIR XV A NTH TO WANT AD. RATES. ^viirK- "V?w?- "-".s"0, ill ouLfl^ on.-J.Klf osnia a word for ?t ootc?n. , ,'nM011^ Situation! Wanted that. ? c?nt? ? d' Sc> ed * vhtu?M 'nr^nh l?*n " c*nt? wnea tuar*m?e 1 .. Phoned ord?rs not ?U?r ,.M j, no: *uaraulo?(J LOHT AND FOUND "ELJ .t ANTED?Male U Month3 r5?ii1!k'ay.. mal1 clerks; |fc quoatlong ( Z ''I1S ?^"'Plo y1am?Mv^" for a rouTTia A?h boooh miiui ?eU,?ff our full llno" 0f nern,?nni i . ,aVP 11 horno and furnlnh "Wia-aSB1 opBorlunlty. Si! 11 ,for work, mo VIr(riiiT~Ho - Second. yn,ont A??nc>\ 316 North KAiHhSM^n' wan ted "for n routo at Aahl r^' ff J'"* rWc?tnUrZl StVec?U OI'POrlU"Uv- Cal1 A^^TA^''r I'rft??mttri,~jrounif nmn who utCfv?*tA ,0?s? ft'te &rv;E- ^VMSS: jouSl? IlnmptSn'.H^-a, a"? PuWl?'"?K WANTED, mon to learn-barber tra-?o ? ga?r?s ^^?^lfTAlN:iT penman, yuuiw man who kSS A ANTED. man with 2 or 2 ycarsV.* ?iffiSPMr ra?a3%g...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 November 1914

THELATEST From tUo most ?? d o p u u d a bio WARMWS - o- rj.. ?? e fouud dally in THE TIMES-DISPATCH A STREET which way <? mMBtsann Go; a ( lu as-tiled Ad Iioad Tells NVbero to Look SIGN TELLS THE TIMES-DISPATCH fUdimond STirae^-fli^patcti RICHMOND. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. Sale of Women's and Misses' Outer Apparel At Extraordinary Prices The items here are but a few of the specials, and the assortments are not complete? $50 Women's Coats, $10.00. $15 Women's Suits, $0.05. $20.Women's Suits, $15.00. $30 Women's Suits, $24.05. Other special prices, $*20.50 to $40.50. $25 Women's Coats, $14.95. $35 Women's Coats, $17.50. Other special prices. $18.50 to $45.00. Women's aiul Misses' Clot.h and Silk? $15 Women's and Misses' Dresses, $7.05. $35 Women's and Misses' Dresses, $15.00. Other special prices, $22.50 to $00.00. SKETCHES FROM LIFE - By Temple "Clothes" LABOR LAW VIOLATIONS I iinpector* lor Slutr fliivciiii Sceure Jlonj Conviction* iii I'uliiNki. Many of the miner* in the I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT llr placing mm order for the dally delivery (u your home or ofTlco of THE TIMES-DISPATCH READ THE WANT ADS They fell of opportunities for which you may bnvc bee* look In*? THE TIMES-DISPATCH FIRING ON U. S. S. LAUNCH IS TO WARN OF MINES 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,907. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914. -FIFTY-SIX PAGES. TO-DAT'5 FA TP WEATHER t PRICE FIVE CENTS TURKEY EXPLAINS SMYRNA INCIDENT: ACTS VOLUNTARILY ___________________ f Washington Admits That! Danger of Serious Com- j plications Disappears. WARNING SHOTS FIRED TOWARD SHIP'S LAUNCH; Merely Customary Notice That j Port Is Mined and Closed to Navigation. MEBMAGK FROM MORGENTHAU llcllevctl to Bo Precursor of Satis* factory Formnl E* planatlon. WAKKINOTON, November 21.?Tur- < key has explained volunturlly to the United States government, througli Ambassador Morgenthau, that shots fired toward the American cruiser Ten nessee's launch last Monday were In tended merely as the customary warn ing that the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

s== Opposing Armies, Except at Isolated Points, Are Resting Vtvtnln Hiverr, whilo the Russians Dip th? north of tho Vistula ore re ported to bo falling back. JoSioilTH OK OI1XKN ?J , CAI'TI/'HKl) BY FHKNCII ; tVA8HINGTON, D. 0.. November 21.? JPronch .forces have captured the -heights of Ornos. near Vordun, and jjllenc^d two Gernmn batteries. accord ing to official dispatches to-day to tha ?French embassy, * The dispatch said: t "At Ornes. Carverdun. we havo cap tured Important heights and slloncod j-two of the enemy's batteries. In the ?Argonne we have obtained similar suc cessful results, having seized a block house nnd established new lino of ?trenches. 'FIVE GERMAN ATTACKS STOPPED ABRUPTLY ; PARIS, November 21 (10:41 P. M.). ???The following official communication '<Waa Issued by ihe War Office to-night: ? "The day has been Very quiet. There ?jls nothing of Interest to report, except jthat in tho Woevre district, In the 'Epnrges, dve German attacks were 'oxeouted In mans In t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

The New Retailing Price Power Fortunes Are Made When Time Presents the Opportunity. Now Is Your Buying Time Only because the crisis of finance are a force-pump upon merchandise that has infected where a few months ago there seemed every reasonable aspect of a clean bill of financitfl health, goods for less than the makers' cost is out of the ordinary. That's why we insist upon you to cowie to the store now?to prices wpreced nted--to merchandise of greatest importance--and to the store that always serves to the best interest of its many patrons. INC; THE DAYLIGHT STORE RICHMOND One Hundred & Fourteen Thousand Bales Carpets & Rugs Fall Under Auctioneer's Hammer The well-known manufacturers, Alexander Smith & Sons, are forced to unload to the highest bidders, THE COHEN CO.?the only Virginia firm to take advantage of the prices never before thought of. Thousands of dollars worth of these Carpets, Rugs in ali their various sizes, will be on sale here Mondav, and which, owing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

lUUNC REPORTS fROIIII RESERVE RANKS cv First Statement cf Condition Made Public by Federal Reserve Board. OPERATIONS FOR FIVE DAYS Establishment of System Already Hits Had Important KfTect?Outlook for Business Stated at Satisfactory. Use of BedlacountlnK Privileges. WASHINGTON. November 2! ?The first statement of the condition of tho twelve Federal reserve banks was made public to-day by the Federal Reserve Board. Ft Includes operations for the five prectfdinK days. and. la preliminary to detailed statements hereafter to he Issued weekly. .fctembars of the board did not ex pect rodlscaunting operations or tak ing: of 'Fetieral reserve notes to be large until the banks were In belter working condition, with their first ro Berve Instalments collected, ancl tho way paved for handling commercial business for member bnnks The statement of condition follows: Cash on hand: Gold coin and cer tificates. S203.415.000: legal tender sil ver certificates, etc.. $37,303,000; total. $240,728,000; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

lU FOTA01 DECEIVES NATION-WIDE HONOR Selected by Imperial Potentate Fred erick H. Bin It h an His Escort at Seattle Convention. WK8T WII.Lf KNOW "KICIIMOND" City Will Be Uniquely and Exten sively Advertised by S^iriners on Western Tour?Ilnzaur in Decem ber to Help liaise Funds. Nntlon-wlde distinction will be given the tnombeifl of Acca Patrol, when in .luly next tlio patrol becomcs the per sonal oBcort of Imperial Potentate I'rcderlclt It. Smith (luring the Seattle convention of tlio A. A. O. N. K. S. Cpon hts reccnt visit to Acca Tetnple, Impcrlnl Potentate Smith viewed with ke^n Interest th?\ splendid drill work of Acca Patrol, and hofore tukiitK his de parture announced that ho would ap point Acca Patrol his per?onal escort during the big convention. The an nouncement not only dellKhted the in dividual mem he in of the patrol, hut caused each memhor of Acca Temple to (jlvo his host efforts towards send ing a splendid Richmond delegation to Seattle. Acca Temple, accompanied by Ac...

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