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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 January 1915

STOCKS REACTION!! IT CLOSE 8F MARKET Results Largely Duo to Traders, Who llamnior Prices When Vsnal Hally Trails t<? Materialize. KAKI/V ADV.AXCK IS CIIKCKKD There Is Kxeitinfi Hejjinninn i?n<l Lively Finish, Kiirly I'rires llciiifi Strong aiul Dealings Larue?llonds Continue Active. l*y IlllOAUAN W.M.U NT.W Yf?KK. January rt -Storks ?crc re :n tlonjtry :>t the close ':> lav. largely owing l" the efforts of trailers who hammered prices wtii'i! liny found that the usual after noon t ally rl i? t not jn 11orlal 1 /e Tli? mark c? had an r>\ -Itir.p beginning and a lni'l\ finish K.irl.v pr-lces were strong atnl ilr ilttigs 1;irg.' hut th- advance was > h-~. ltoil hv a renew <1 of seWn* tor foreign ai i'iiui t Now York Contra! was nctlv-' ami roso 7 point* TIip movement had boon -a Idely her alded i.nd wujs generally looked upnii ai an ? Ifuri to 'iv.' M"! th' market before tli? f'lVtutlor of al> it .'1" ? butnls und?r tho I'm' li<:ink> t k.ip. This rise enco...

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. — 23 January 1915

jSidimoiu) ?me?rfH$ipjitrij SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IK THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. riSLBPIIONB WANTS TO THE TIMES- DISPATCH Randolph i 1 ha.ndol,fii WANT AD. RATES. fAII.Y, on* cent ? worl when puld !n ad vance. No ud. Inkoit for lewa than 10 centa. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for All clnaalfled u^b. except Situation* Wanted *t one cent a irurd. No ud. tuien for l??i ihan 15 centa. NO ADH. taken tot !e?? than 25 cent* when charged or pboned In. Phoned order* not CUarunteed. Cliuiilllc&tlona not guaranteed alter/?:30 P. M *N_ LOST AM) FOUND. I.OST, a Phi Mu Gumma Sorority pin, Kom<wlierc licuvii-u Centenary Church ami Woman's College. Howard i*Mnrm-d Woman's <'olle;^.-. I.OST, several horses with their tails cut off even with hocks, ami branded A. B. on left ilank. tiot away from ?Southern Stock-Yards. Howard If re turned to Smyth Hron. I.OST, Thursday afternoon, probably on West Avenue or near Hermitage <?olf Club, oval gold lock...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 January 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to ndvrrtlar your -?rant?? nhrthrr you dmlrr <o boy or ?tell?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH fUditnond ?rae^Pi^patctj RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915. TO KEEP INFORMED On uiattera at Importance la cltjr, State and nation, you need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH '7 ween-Season Miller & Rhoads?"77ie Shopping Centre" 7 o~Day Will Be a Good Time to Place Your Order With Us for Engraved Cards You'll find our workmanship unsurpassed and our prices as low as the lowest. Call at our Kngravltig Counter and see samples of the most correct styles: 50 Curds 100 Cards and Plate. and IMate. Plain Script 75c $1.10 Plain Old Knglish $1.05 $2.00 Roman 81.(15 $2.oo Shaded Old English ...$2.00 $2.25 French Script $1.05 $2.00 From your own plate we will print 5 0 cards for 40c, or 1^0 cards for 75c. We make special dips for monograms or addresses. S'pccial orders carefully executed for Betrothal Cards, Announcements. Invitations, Birth Announce ments. At Homes and all other forms fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

THE PLACE TO BOARD rnu ennlly lie determined hy putting n xsiall Ad. la the vlnMNlflrd column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH I I iSiclnnotiJi ?mcs^ispntclj REAL OPPORTUNITIES ? re often found In the little Ad*. It pi;* to read them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH G5th YEAR VOI<l)Ml'i 05 .M >1111:11 i!4 RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915 FIFTY PAGES. CLOUDY PRICE FIVE CENTS BUSINESS MEN ARE STILL FAR APART Post-Office Site to Be Discussed at Mass-Meeting To Morrow. BANKERS SIDE WITH CHAMBER R. E. Magill Issues Dissenting Statement for Advocates of Uptown Site. Agreement nniotiK various interests as to a slto for ?n extension of the post-office seems as hopeless of ful filment as u'hi'n diversity of opinion llrsi found expression anil was aired in several public places. The board of directors of the Cham ber of Commerce has not swerved from Its original l??-! I ?? f that the Kite at Kb-venth and Main Streets Is prefer able? above all. nor has the citizens' committee which met first a week ago'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Battles Continue at Various Points in West Illrk. It makes no reference to the ?nris report that six persons wore filled and a number 'wounded. It is not known, therefore, whether the Brit ish report covers completely the attack of the German airmen, who. according \ to unofficial dispatches, dropped as rtianv as eighty bombs on the French ; port. One of the British aviators was j Squadron Commander H. I'. Ihivles. ' who recently made a night Might over ; Bruges. dropping bombs on J lie railway station. Prior to reaching Zeebrugge, | lie was surrounded l?y seven German I iUrmen. and. n4tlx??i?ili slightly j wounded, succeeded in making his ? flight alone the coast ami returning ! 3 a fely. "One of the twelve or thirteen bombs ' dropped by German aviators on Dun- 1 kirk on Friday fell just outside tho American consulate. broke all the win- ! ilows and smashed the furniture." says ? the official report. "Outside of this, 110 j particular damage *vas done."' , "French and British naval...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PRESENTS FROM AMERICA I GIVEN TO WAR ORPHANS! I Mure 'I'hnn 5,(HK> h'ttnrlt und Ilelfclnn i <'lillilrt-ii Itwplve Sent Prom 'I'llIn Country. WASHINGTON, January 23.?Details the presentation of Christmas gifts ?"?ht by young Americans to the ohll-1 dreti of Franco and Belgium. wore In- i ? ?Itidod In th!s dispatch to tho State j i 'epartment from Ambassador Sliarp, at Paris, dated last Monday: "Yesterday aftcinuon In tho grand "aIon of tho Municipal llulldlng, the. Hotel Devlllo, the dlKtrlbutlon of pres-' ents was made to more than 5,000 j French and Belgian rcfuisoo.V children. I M i tiy of whose fathers have fallen In the war. Many of the mothers" were I resent. The presents were the Christ inas gifts brought over by the .Jason from tho school children of the United States, and consisted of a ureal variety of toys. A number of packages were accompanied by written message* con veying the pood wishes of tho children who Sent them, and were expressed ir. a i.iost feeling manner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PATE OF TAX BILLS f- ' RESTS WITH SENATE (Continued from K)r?t Pago.) reminded from "back homo" of local UniB that failed of pp.Reafre at the last tegular session. and importuned to try them again. BCHooi.nooiv <tt i-:stio\ CIIMKS I I' 'I'DOIOHKOW 'The proposal to conduct a legisla tive investigation of the toxtbook sit uation, to ascertain if discriminations nro being practiced against Virginia by bonded publishing houses, has created widespread interest. The Sen ate Committee on Public Institutions and Kducatlon will take tlnal action on tho Gunn resolution, asking for an in quiry, at its session on Monday after noon. Attorney-General .lohn tlarlahd i Pollard, who Is a member of the State i Board of Education, will present a bill j for the consideration of the committee, , which, if adopted, it is claimed, will , obviate the necessity of a legislative | inquiry. THE HOUSE i. The House of Pelegates devoted the j greater part of the four hours of yes- j torday's session to debate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

SUES WITHDRAWS I HIS NAME AS PAIHON] i|s Listed Without Ills Knowledge ns Supporter of Weaver* Hucliujiun Hill. I?>ic rOMlMiKTK SKUHKt.ATION Member of House l-'rom Hotmoko fount.v (I'ivcN Some Interesting Sidelights as t?? Work of Klunuco Committee ia Executive Session. Tlie fji ? ? t s eam'ernlntf an animated "nitroversy in the committee room while the Finance Committor of the Mouse was In executive session Friday .<ftern>ii became known yesterday ? fternoon when Delegate '!> Steariies. 'f the committee, Issued a statement ?iffllKtK-d t.i correct erroneous reports "f Hi. :?flair. Mr. stcarnes was somewhat provoked IT ? report circulated that he had t li reaji-n^d to resign from the House of I ?? lei?Mi?-s. in his denial some Ititcr '?sllni; i i: forma t Ion with reference to DEATHS ' l"'?STKIt. -Pied, at the residence of *r parents, <'hrlntopher F. and l.uc.v kvi.n Foster. KM MA l.rciM.K F??S TKIt Fun?-ral from the resilience. 1003 North Fourth Street, MONHAY. Januar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Charges Him With Violating Plat* form Pledge* and Attempting to Hulld Personal Machine. WANTS TO GKT ^NOMINATION I In I'slng Imminent OAlceltolderM in Kf forts to Perfect Strong Organ I/.a-1 tion and RefuKing Advice Ktcept i a? He \Vant8 It. WASHINGTON', January 23 ?Repub-J lican Deader Mann, In a speech Iti the ? House to-ilay, charged President Wll-J son with violating platform pledges, j attd declared tlie* President was seek-) Ing to build a personal machine to s?> cure renomlnatlon'. "I fiotlce on every side," said Mr. Mann, "that tho Presi dent is building up a personal machine, as far as In- ran, to secure bin renomi natlon. With such eminent office holders as Judge Folk and Mr. navies j (Commissioner of Corporations and j mentioned for the Federal Trade Com-, mission) in prominent places, mainly, engraved in trying to build up a per-! sonal organisation for the President,, with the President quarreling with the' Joint appointive power at the other | end of the Capitol and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

! VIRGINIAN IS MIS TO I IKED BALTIMORE Ml W. Harry l.ee. of ItnlMtearis Point, Warwick County, Writes to .Mayor of .Monumental City. TIltKt) <>1' COOKIXt; OWN MKAIiS llanlly (Jets Opportunity to Attend Church on Sunday, "Let Alone \ec?>vs;iry Time li Requires to Win a l.a?l> These Days." f Spc v 1 '" Tl <? Ti mes Plfpslrli 1 R \ I .Tl M ? >1:1: Ml'* January 13 1 n ;i letter ??? Mayor Preston to-day. W. Ilartv I.co. of Halstends l*.?tnt. W.ir wick ?' uiit\ V.i says he want? a Ral tlmore ctrl for a wife ll<< lives on a farm of 'Jf>0 arros, and says ho lias been oookinc Ms own meals and s?winc his own clot In s f,.r quite a while. "I can liar'lj i:>t an opportunity to attend church on Sundny morning " In- t?lls til. Mayor "let alone tin nec ?*ssan time i: requires to win a lady t li< ?f <la j s." Hire is part of his storv, as ho re lates it to the Mayor: "I am a man thirty-three year** ape. M% former home was Richmond. \ n. Two years aco I suffered n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

joubt clerk hioheo or bin of pethmog llobert Gilliam, Retiring After Ser vice of Many Yearn, Presented With Sliver Pieces. BLOWING TRIBUTES A HE PAID lor Twenty-six Years Has Served Clerk of the Courts?Citizens of Prince George Would Change Po litical Conditions. f'BTtfRSBURG. VA? January 23.?An mi dent of Interesting character oc un-ed during the session of tho Hust iiRa CoUrt to-day. ft wart the presenta lon by the members of the Petersburg isr of a handsome solid silver waiter tnd pitcher to Robert Gilliam, Sr., clerk >t tho courts, who Is soon to retire from ihe ofllce after a faithful service of twenty-six yearn. Tlio presentation was nado on behalf of the bar by Richard ?*. Davis, who, Indirectly addressing Mr. Hlliatn, referred to the pleasure of tho nembera of the bar In Convoying to him in expression Of their great apprecia tion of his administration of the offieo 'if clerk of tho Hustings and Circuit 'ourts of Petersburg', and Iheir sincere i6grets that he will soon ret...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

HOODOO OELL Will RING FROM TOWER OF HURT After Forty Years of Silence, Hiiro Mass of Metal Will lie I*ut in Use. WILL VSF KLKCTKIC STKIKKK City Signal Ofliee Will Sound Fire Alarms and Strlko Hour From Richmond (irnys* Armory?Hell Weighs 7,OOt> Founds. After forty yrnrs of silence, the huge I'oll which now swings J" the tower of the Richmond Grays' Armory, Sev enth a nil Marshall Streets, will he put In active use this week. An electric striker has been installed, ami work men yesterday finished connecting the apparatus with the tiro alarm signal oftlce lr. th" citj Hall. In the future, fire alarms will bo rung, and the hours struck simultaneously with the other bells In the city. On account of its lone silence, the old bell has become known as a hoodoo, and It has been freely predicted that its tones would never be heard. It was with some dltliculty that workmen could be induced to prepare the jinx for its period ?>f usefulness. The op erations were to be completed several mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

IESEB1IE DEPOSITS SHOW INCREASE >cdiHcoun(.s of Local Federal Re- . serve Hank Amount to $001,- j IMM for Week. U; (2()Iil> KKKKItVK ON IIAM) ; 'onsolidateil Statement Issued by | I cderal Reserve Board In Wash ington Covering Conditions of All Federal Reserve Ranks. x With rediscounts reaching a total of j fI04,348.85 for the past week and the ! reliability of the rediscount rate on I lort-terin paper being reduced In tho > ear future, the evidence is strongly ; roimlit out that the local Federal He- j -rve Hank is fulfilling the mission for j hlcli it was created, as well as fully 1 implying nil local demands In the way j f furnishing ready money for leglti- | ihi?; commercial purposes: Tin* report of the reserve hank for it Fifth District, as suhmitted yester ny hy (ioveruor Seal, is as follows: Assets. >,m?h on hand: | Gold coin and certificates $ 8,744.335.00 j l.<-i:al tfiiiJir. sliver cer tificates, etc ? ? ? 108,508.45 i ) 8,862,843.4f. ills discounted 3,C21,1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

HELD III DENSE Of SHIP-PK15E BILE Secretary ?>f Cnmnimf Keplies to Opposition Kxpressetl by ?lames J. 11 ill i:n<;i.is?i yksski.s avaii-amI'I' Denies Danger of Complications if tiovemment Purchases l-oreinn Ownctl Ships to Cure for American Sen Commerce. ST. l.Ol'IS, MO. January 23.?A paper prepared by .lame* .1- Hill. ex pressing opposition to tli.- uovornmcnt ship-purchase ? vi^ruus reply to It by Secretary of Commerce William <\ It.-.in. M, a reply to Mr ltcdtlehl by "Welding King. shipper ami shipowner. feat til cl the closing session hero > estei - ,1a v o! the National Foreign Trade I on viition. Mr Mill was unable to be present. and Hi- paper was read lor "'s.c.t, ^ Kclti-hi replied to Mr mil s pap. . which. he said, w as based ' or, sunni?> - a: d not farts. ' \V hit does t mean." be said. t? sneak of the complications almost cer tain to (irag u- sooner or later into the Kuropean conlllct? it has been a-iv.-'-t is. d all over America that there would be troubl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PART TWO SPORTS tepatrl) SPORTS PART TWO 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS NO 1NTERLEAGUE SERIES THIS YEAR More Time Will Be Taken in Training in Southern Camps. FEDS STRONG IN ST. LOUIS Browns' and Cardinals' Line-Ups Completely Shot to Pieces. NI2W YORK, January 23.?It appears certain now that tho only Interleaguo series between major league teams In ? he spring will be that of the Browns and Cardinals in St. Louis. Here and there can be found iHolated Instance** of single games on the ante-season schedule, such as that of the Giants against the Senators in Washington, but even they are tho exception rather than the rule. This is a queer state of arT.iirs, in view of tho announced econ omy policies of tins National and Amer ican League moguls. Such series gen erally are pretty successful matters from a financial standpoint, and it would seem that a campaign of econ omy?to cut down expense?would carry with it the corollary of increased receipts whe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Harvard's Football Star is Also a Ballplayer ami Trackman of Note. OFFERED POSITION* AS COACH Will, However, Go Into lluslness Af ter Completing llis Studies?is an Advocate of Plenty of Outdoor Kxercise. NEW YORK. January 23.?Hunting ton ?"Tacks") Hardwick, of Harvard, rank* to-day as the greatest all-around athlete in America, if not the greatest all-around athlete of all time. Th* sport inn world knows Hard wick beet because of his football achieve ments. They know that he was the unanimous selection last fall for one of the Ail-American ends; they know that there never was a man who strode on the gridiron who was a nioro ver satile player than Hardwick. Hut the world generally does not know n few other tMinus about Hardwick, and his greatness. Hardwick Is a ball player of such calibre that if he yearned for it ho could tret a chance in the hip leagues this year. He is licet of foot, covers a Bieat amount of ground in the out field. is an unerring judge of lly balls, a fine base s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

FIELD GOALS FEATURED PAST FOOTBALL SEASON More Kicked During 1014 Than In Any Previous Year?Several Ke? suited in Winning Game. t'AHALL, OF LKlilOH, THE STAR Hoots the Leather Over the Uprights i Ten Times?Complete Hecord Showing Tallies From Dropklck and IMuceinent. UV I'A ItK 10 11. UA\ IS. ?'riiiecton Member Inlrri'ullrKfotr Foot ball ItulfM Coin mil ?<???. A complication sinil classification of the principal fiuld goals in the season ! ef 1 ?H furnishes uuvurul important | topics for study by the tactical stu dents of football. in lite first place, more goals from tlie Held were kicked In 11)14 than In any previous season in 'he history of the name. Notwithstand ing the return of the continuous lino "Hack, characterized by an unbroken chain of lirst down and frequent touch downs, both by the losing us well as the winning side, there were an unusual number of games last fall. In which the scoring was conllned wholly to goals from ihe Held. Those games were; A M., 3; Lebanon Va...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

GOVEHNOn IS SPEAKER AT DANVILLE BANQUET lie Tells Business Men of "the ^ ir Kinin of To-Day mid of the Future." OTHER ORATORS ON PROGRAM Work of Year Reviewed by Commer rial Association, Which t'hanges | Name to "The Chamber of Com* nierre of llan\iile? OANVILUK. VA . January Th* " nMUnl m?0V JuZl' t o-ai*h t considerable oi.it speakers tho j>ro?:tam. t-% C Stuart ami , wore Ciuvornoi ? j , ,.,ittor of ,'rank S Woodson ? cUi.,on of Tho Tlces-Hlspatch. a f;" ' r socr0. Danville. an<l at s predecessor. | tary of tho C,over nor | tho Chamber of Virginia of To-; Stuart spoke on rhc>.rR Mr ,1;<y ami of the Iln,U?trial ; Woodson s lho,lup Vilh' -" Tho other | A (I van tap*-* of ? |n>. ton, ,,r<si- i sneakers ^ tor'inHon. who In tho <U . a , ?.vl?wed the work of | opening aur ? oust two yearn; tlio association '' .v.?10 cubmltted I.. M. Ward, seoretaii >. )Hs(.US!!0,, t?,c his annual repot. vVoo,ung. Mayor ; salient features. I air ls> of the R V\- ivattoss, who ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Richmond and the South JUdimonft Cimc^Pi^patcl) Second News Section Editorial, Ileal Rstato and Want Ad Pages PART THREE 65th YEAR PRICE FIVE CENTS NUMBER OF DEATHS! LESS THAN BEFORE Fatalities Resulting From Mod ern Wars Not as Great as in Past Conflicts. MANY REASONS FOR CHANGE' Largely Due to Progress in Sur gery and Development of Army Sanitation. (Correspondence of AsHociulcil T're^s.) A>IST!*:m>.\.M. January IS.?Con trary to the popular impression iliat modern wars result In a (jrcntflr num ber of deaths than those of the past, the very opposite Is true, according to an artlflf reproduced in tin- TIJd. It Is pointed out that this is largely <iue ? o the progress In surgery, the use of efficacious antiseptics, the great de velopment of mo'lern artr.v sanitation ;inil the high efficiency of tin- medical t roops. nut tin* greater degree in civilisation and the existence generally of a high ly deevloped huinanltariai...

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