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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 January 1915

THE HOME YOU WANT mmy he ndrrrllurd to-day or io?norron to the rln?*lflrd column*. It pay* to *rwtch (hero. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ftidimond 0"imeS^i?patcl) RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1915. THE PROGRESS OF WAR can be followed dally nllli Intelligence thruuxli the authentic telegraph repnrtx of THE TIMES-DISPATCH Thc ?h?%ins I WmkxikRmma II Thccschn??plns A New "Semi-Dress Spring Suit Another look at the illustration; you'll note that in this chic, smartly fashioned Suit, tailored lines have taken the place of novelties, and that the jaunty short coat and wide ripple skirt are distinctively new features of the incoming spring, styles. This Suit is made of excellent quality wool poplin and Is finished in front with a white vest of corded silk. The Empire effect coat is lined with peau de cygne. and the standing collar and cuffs arc neatly embroidered, shades of sand, puttv, Belgia At $17.:>? it is EXCELLENT Shown in the new and popular 1 blue, green, navv and black. V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

I want ad publicity l'u<? roar quril for m altaBtloa on ?Rtrli'O; boalntu biali vrhta you advertlae la the times-dispatch real opportunities nrr oftrn round In Ihr llttl* Mtorlrn told In thr Want Ad*. It pnjn to rrnd thrni. the times-dispatch lioth YEAR VOL.IFME5 65 MIMDBIt HI 'skew?1?SNOW PRICE FIVE CENTS House Favors Cutting Short Apparently Interminable Speechmaking. COMPROMISE VERY PROBABLE Segregationists May Concede Some Amendments Sought by Commission Advocates. Th* fati? of the Tax Commission and the segregation bills In the House of will be determined next Tuesday afternoon. HoU call on the hills will he hart not later than 1 :20 o'clock on that <lay. Indications point to the eventual passage a tax measure that will I embrace 111? - essential features of the Governor's hill, with some of the best, f'Stufs of the Tax Commission ineas-j tire Incorporated In It. It will he, there-j .''?r<>, a compromise measure. The spirit of comprom...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

No Decisive A dvantagefor Either Side in Six Months' War heavy losses on January 14, dirt the French War ?4filce own to mich heavy ? casualties. The Herman attack in the Argonne whs niarte on Friday, resulting, Uerlln snys. in a considerable Ruin or ground. I ails sa\? the French troops recoiled slightly, and have reorganized on newlines al.out m: yards in the rear.. The Kround was vigorously dispute.I. (JKIIMAX I.OSSIOK l.Kjii'c, SAYS ItKIMtHT PltllM IIKKI.IV Twelve French officers, 731 privates, twelve machine guns and ten smaller guns were captured: between and ".00 Ilea.I were left on the battlefield bv the French, and the If.r.th French Infantry was practically annihilated, says the Merlin report, which adds tho , * laltn that the Herman losses were ' 11K ll t. The losses and the intense character of the battle iudicnt. that the forces engaged were numerous and Important, j Furious battles are proceeding at l.a TJassce and in Flanders, while re- . ?ewal of the battle oN Noisson...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

??SWIMS | BEEN III OFFICE ONE Kill Was Inaugurated on February 2, 1014, With Imposing Ceremonies, at State Capitol. HAS HAD BUSY YIOAK IN OFFICK Many Important Matters Have Had 1 Ivxecutive Consi<leratioii?Commissions Issued to I.053 Notaries Public?Special Session of Assembly. Governor ITenrjf C. Stuart yesterday finished his lir.st year as chief execu- I live nf the State of Virginia. tie was Inaugurated on February 2, although M# U-rm In reality began on Sunday, February l. burins his incumbonty, inati.v^ Important matters have beurt 1-roug-ht to lils attention. Among the mori Important aets of his administration were the calling of a special election on State-wldo proliilbltlon: Issuing the proclamation declaring Statewide prohibition, effective November I, 1HI6; appolnttnent of Stat" Tax Commission, and tin- calling of a special session of the General Assembly to consider tax revision. During lils term of office Oovcrnnr Stb.'wt has issued commissions to 1,notaries p...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

RICHMOND'S FIRE LOSS BELOW GENERAL RVERflGE Total Ijiist Year of $10?,70.~>.(i0 I'ar Kxccwl* That of Previous Year. LAST YEAR WAS DISASTROUS Fire Records for L:nite?i States ami Canada Show That Total Was Only Kxceedwl in Years of <?reat City Conflagration*. While the fire losses in Richmond for "ie year 1014 aggregated $!??!'.T0.>.?>0. us lomparod with $00,743.70 "10 ,ir' vious year, the loss was not out of proportion for Richmond as com-| pared with other rities of the United; St a :??!=. The Are loss during the your 3 01-1 In Die United States and -Canada were, unusually lnr.ee, ami the year stands fourth in the record for nearly four, decades. Only three times in the las? thirty-eight years have the loss figures; of the year Just eiosed been exceeded' by the fire wriste of any one year, and those tvore tho conflagration years of r.mt. when Kalthnore raised the figures to a then unprecedented total; 1906. when !?an Francisco added more ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

VILLA REPORTED SHOT ! IN ROW FEW DAYS AGO | Slightly Wounded in Shooting Af- I fair at Aj;uuscalientCK?Details Are Kept Secret. IIODY QUAKD SAID TO UK GUILTY j State Department Advices Say Ob- j regon llules in Mexico City in ] Value or <'arranyji?Three Independent Movements in Field. Kl. PASO. TKXAS, January SO.?Gen- | eral Franclnco Villa was slightly W<H111<I0<I several days ago at Aguas- ? '.< 1 leutck In a shooting affair, details of which have been kopt secret, according i<> a report bruiiglit hero to-day directly from Villa's headquarters. It ha <1 been rumored here that Villa !ia<l been seriously wounded by Colonel lUnlolfo J'lvrro, Ills personal bodyguard. Those who catnu from Aguascallentes said they had been unable to learn who | ??hot Villa. The shooting occurred at his car In the railroad rarda at about ' the time American Consul Sllliman at M<!.nI?:o City teleg...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

MUGISTRKTE FAILS TO - ENFORCE STATE LAW Declines to Accept Admissions or fiiiilt 011 l'nrt of Acrused. PROSECUTION IS SUltPJtlSED 'Alexandria .Instice Dismisses l'ortncr UrowiitK Company, After Manager '"cads (aiiilty?Child Labor I<nw Hard to Enforce. t Inspectors of the .State P> :>.v.t'.neat of Labor yesterday ro^itti ? ! Commissioner of Labor Ool'.o:! \ i': ro-ult of the prosecution !:i AleMiiri-ia ??f a number of cases involving vi"Tation? of ibo Ptato Labor Jii'.v.-:. Two of Huso cases ar>- ?">' tit interest. In tho < jso i f t..i- oil tninion iiltip.s Company, the manager admilt. J \vi kin>; ? ' "? i:? ?:? u? young an fourteen y. ars ? t.uo. Ct-r-tlOrntcs w.-f! j'V.-oiui ?; from Hie parents of tif ??.rin?: that they wc-i' und- r <'.<? T 5 rhe court, liowover, refused to accept the manager's plea ?' .;?>>!{>? <?r t ? n<&am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

ESTABLISHED 1880 ADAMS & BROAD .. "T >4U "C Brass Beds from $6.48 to $125 iron Beds from $1.49 to $27 -rnp. > xilt?V REDUCTIONS $ 5.9 8 A Luxurious, Cosy Corner Ccuch During the Day and a Comfortable Bed at Night. $5.98 Includes the Mattress. Furniture Sale 1 his is the greatest Furniture event of the year. Not a single Price lag, in our mammoth stock, is changed?every reduction is plainly and separately marked with a large Green Tag. The following list is only a partial one: Just Stop and Think The eight floors of our big building offers you a selection of several hundred Bed Room Suites, running all the way from a SI 1.85 three-piece Oak Bed Room Suite to the very finest Solid Mahogany Suites, selling above a thousand dollars; Parlor and Living-Room Suites, from a fivepiece Mahogany Finished Parlor Suite, upholstered in green velour or leatherette, at $25.00, to a fine Mahogany Heppelwhite Suite, at a couple of hundred dollars. Parlor Furniture Wa...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

BRYAN PEICE TREATIES HRE SURE CURE FOfl WAR Secretary of State Relieves They ' Would Make Conflicts Impossible in Future. STRONG FOR WOMAN HVKFKAGK He In Confident They Will Kventuall.v He Given Hal tot?Advocates Recall of .Ml Officials. Initiative and Referendum. RALKIHH. N. C.. .Iimiiary "?>.? The world has tiiKen a long step forward when all tlie rulers at war deny responsibility for beginning hostilities, declared Secretary of State Bryan here to-day iti an address to a Joint session of the North Carolina State .Legislature. lie >-,vike in the chamber of the House of Representatives. Karller in the day lt,e spoke a! the meeting of the North Carolina Conference fot Social Service. Secrctar* Rryan. n discussing world peace, declared the so-called "Bryan peace traties" were n sure cury for war. lie said lie rould not rccorisilo the present situation in Kurope with the rttat<menis that preparedness was the 'bf st remedy '<'? tlie preventio...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

TEXTBOOK HEARING SET FDR MOW NIGHT Kperlnl Committee Will Look Into Alleged Discrimination in Prices. t'OMHTIONH AHK IMFFFKKXT j 'Jovemor Stuart nnd Attorney-(Jen-oral Pollard to Advise With In-j vestigators?No Hcnsational Developments Are Now Anticipated. ; 11 oil rl ii k h on charges that bonded j publishing-houses have discriminated) :? ?! inst Virginia in prices i tiai'KC'l for j !? -tbookn used in jiulilif schools will , n Monday n!uht before tin- rpcuiitI appointed legislative dommlttcc in i he roiiri mmiiii of the; State Corporation I 'oin tllifslotl. I In a meeting Friday the roni-j inline- determined its < our.se of, procedure. and Iiclegate .Julieti 'Sunn., "f M'-rirb-o, wan made chairman of 11?? ? j InvcstiKatlni; body. Governor Stuart, j :t member of the State Hoard of Kdu-j ration, has l><*i-n requested to attend , the hearings, and it Is understood that j lio will <J<i ?o. Utile trouble in ascertaining true! facts ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

LIBERAL DIVORCE LAW | OK MM PROGRAM , Any Judge In Moxico Now Empowered to Annul Marriage < 'on tract. MERE AGREEMENT SUFFICIENT Faction* Headed by Villa, Zapata and Gutierrez Expected to Duplicate Decree?Conditions Not Differing Greatly From lil^amr Probable. VERA CTJt"7.. January SO?rseneral Cnrran?.a has added t(> his propram of reforms the prantlne of absolute divorce Any judcc In Mexico?If he cares to tako !h-' chance of Oarranza reseating himself In Ohapttltepec?may now annull a marrlane contract. Th? law became < (TVctlve on Nc?v Year's Pay. Mexico hns heretofore never pranted more than a lepal separation. The row law not only provides for divorce with the rlj:ht to remarry, hut makes tho dissolution of the union so simple that the mere apreement of man and wife to break their marital contract is p utllclent If the factions headed by Villa ftr.d Zapata and <.?utierrez should not acroe to duplicate Crirrnnra's decree, a state of mari...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

TICKS AND STATION FOB CITP POINT PUNT Norfolk and Western Agrees (<? Const rurt Tlicin for lienelit. <?f DnPont Company. I'AKTORAIi CALL IS DKCIjIXKI) >.iii|H>ria Minister Will Not Accept Charge of Petersburg Cliurcli. Robert fill I lain, Sr., Itetlres, After Long Service aa Clerk of Courts. P'BTERSBURO. VA.. January 30.?The ' "rfolk anil Western Railway Com>ny, it Is reported, lias agreed wlthi ?ti?> Dul'ont Company t<? construct n jsnber of tracks on the grounds of the i'ianf near City Point for the com- j lily's convenience, and also to build station at the entrance of tjio works. The company Is building barracks for "he accommodation of a large number ?>f additional employes, and is paying iKii wages to mechanics and laborers ow at work. t'nstoml Cull Dniliiril. The' Rev. Mr. Itullnr, of Emporia, has ? lined the call to the pastoral charge the Third I'resbyterlan Church, in ? 'lis city, recen...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

OPERATIONS AT EXTREME i j END OF EASTERN FRONT; ! Austro-German <*oncenfration in1 . Cnrpatlilans Menace to ltussian Annies in llukowina. i t IJATTIiES IN W'KST KXPKCTKH llidcr Conflicts Near Soissons and l,n IJassec Arc Likely to Take Place Sunn?Situation in Moun- ' tain Fighting Is Confused. I/ONrM"?N\ Jnnunrv 50.?Two eoiwli-' I tlons rail particularly for comment by, British observers of the war?the A ust ro-German concentration In the Carpathians, which is regarded :is a menace to Russian armies In Rukowina, and Russian activities in Kast Prussia, which have eharact* riz-d as a threat ti> G< rman for.-, s in that terrl-j tory. Tlius at tIt?? >\trente end of the' itiiTnens'* cistern front military opera-{ tions <if Hi- greatest importance are ?lev elopinc Another big b.v. tb* n.'.ir Soissons. in t!?c west, is confidently e\p< ? t?*<!. as is a hitter conflict near I.a Rassee. where tho Otrmnii.i li.iv. be...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

CONVICT SMS lit FROM GUURD TO FREEDOM < limbs Two Fences at State Penitentiary Before He Is Missed. I'ltlSONEK HAD BEEN UNRULY Arthur, Negro FuRltive, Bears Evil Reputation ? Escapes From Guard, Who Had Other Convicts in Chargo in Penitentiary Yard. Joe Arthur, a negro, twenty-four earn old. convict No. 10823. serving a '"rrn of flve years for malicious shoot'"g, sneaked away from a guard In tlic yard at the Htate Penitentiary !;iBt night at 5 o'clock, and before ho was missed, had scaled both the tn 11 picket fence and the high outside wall surrounding the prleon and was gone. ' T he guard, J. J. Glazier, of Petersburg, hail three convicts in charge when ! Arthur escaped, and he ?li<l not miss him until severah minutes had elapsed. Convicts looking from an upper window in the penitentiary saw Arthur I as he was scaling the fenco and told the Inside guards, who, In turn, hurrieddown into tho yard and told Glazier. To reach Glazier the guards had to Pass through...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

BANKING SITUATION IS MOST ENCOURAGING Increase In Clearings Both for Past Week and for Month of January. SK.W ISSl'KS A STATKMKNT Federal Reserve Hank Redlscounted UrRO Amount of Commercial Paper During Week?Consolidated Statement of Itosene Hoard. "With rediscounts reaching nearly the half million mark for tTio past week in the Federal reserve bank, ami On* Richmond Clearing House Association showing an Increase in clearings. !?<?t 1? for the last week in January ami the j full month of January, IPl'i, as a?ninst ; the corresponding periods of last year, | the banking situation in Richmond Is1 decidedly encouraging," .said a pronii- | nent hatiKei yesterday The Increase n the banking business is Indicative of a general resumt?tlon 1 of commercial interests and that business is gradually getting back to normal conditions regardless of the European wir. The bank clearings for the l*st wee it in January were 01 *>; for tJie corresponding period last year, J,07S, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

PARI TWO SPORTS JUrfjutottft Ciuu^-itejmtct) SPORTS "' 85 W S PART TWO 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA-, SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS BARROW SAYS THERE WILL BE NO CHANGE International League Leader Sends Message to Chairman Smith. STATEMENT MADE PUBLIC Total Amount Subscribed by Stockholders Announced at Meeting Held Yesterday. International League Will Not Suspend New York, January 30, 1315. Alvln M. Smith, Richmond, Vn. Positively no chance of International LenKue either Huspending or reducing circuit. Richmond fans ??t?ro of witnessing major league ball next season. '.Signed) KDWARDG. BARROW. "Richmond fans may rest assured 'hat they will witness major league l>all this season, and that the league will consist of eight teams." This Is the assurance of I'rcsid< nt Harrow, sent in a telegram to Alvin M. Smith in reply! to a request from the chairman for information. Furthermore Harrow informed the chairman that lie had mailed a letter giving more Informat...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

only thing that hau kept both from being Atura of first magnitude. Will 1'rran Derision* Countf If affairs of the boxing game keep drifting along as they have during tho lust few yours. It cannot be long before common consent will allow a championship title to chango hands without a knockout or referee's decision. Decisions by regularly appointed officials are barred in almost every fight centre now, and there aro only a few places where tho law allows a bout to go more than ten or twelvo rounds?in some cases they are limited to four, live or six roundB. It Is easy to understand how sliglit is the chance of a real champion being deprived of his title In such short scraps without decisions. With the common idea that a decision, a knockout, or a foul is necessary to cause the changing hands of a title, real championship bouts are restricted to a very few localities, which is surely hii Improper condition of things. Lllg boxing centres like New York and Milwaukee have to git along with...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

MKNY RELAY DUCES ON 1 PENH'S ATHLETIC CARD Colleges Classified Virginia in Bee* tion With Columbia, Syracuse and Michigan Aggies. ANNOUNCE TWO-DAY PROGRAM Will Practically Me An All-Round Championship, and Should Ro One j of the Most Important. Events of the Season. PHILADELPHIA, PA.. January 30.~ j Pennsylvania's relay) races this year , will b? bigger and botter thun ever, j Last year tho limit for a one-day meet j wan renchod, and from now on th<games will be held on Friday and Saturday. Tills will permit the managers to look after the enormous number of college and school teams that attend. ] It will also allow them to develop the I games on the lines which they have In view. The management has always desired to mako the relay races a nucleus fori Olympic teams, and It will be on these linen that theso famous races will develop. On April 23, a Pentathlon for collego men will be held. Tho regular j events of the Olympic Pentathlon will ] be contosted, namely, tho runni...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

MM BOOTES ATTRACT . AUTOMOBILE TOURISTS Inquiries ?t American Automobile Association ImRcate Lively Touring Season. WESTERN TOURS ARE PLANNED Seattle Auto Club Calls Attention to the Northwest Trail?Callforninns I'oiut Out Features of the National Old Trails Route. Amorlcan Automobile Association ? 'iubs throughout tho country ar? making extensive preparations for what promise!" to be the liveliest touring season since the Introductlon of the selfpropolled vehlele. At the two National Clearing-houses, in New York City and Washington, Chairman r. X. Mudd. of the American Atitomoblle Association louring' board, who predicts this year .1 wonderful road? Intermingling of the people of the several States. Hoth the Northwest and the .Southwest intend !<> have their share of the substantial Interstate travel, which will be accelerated by the Panatna- ? Pacific Exposition: and while the Lincoln Highway will be a busy thorouehf.?r?. it will not have a motor car monopoly...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 31 January 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Illchinond and the Sooth Second News Section KdltorLal, Heal Kitnto will Want .\ (1 l'ligcs PART THREE 65th YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 1915. PK1CEF1YK CENTS ? EXPENSE OF WAR IS STAGGERING End of First Year Will Find It Has Cost at Least $16,500,000,000 DAILY TOTAL $45,962,000 This Is for Actual Outlay, and Doesn't Include Economic Losses. Till: IIAOUB. January 30.?An exhaustive study of tlf cost of the Kurolio.iu war lias Just appeared in Iho Merlin Voriva'Tts. a Socialist newspaper. The military expenditures of the I'.ritlsh empire are pi von as about *4.250.000 per day, or $037,300,000 tip i'? January 1, The cost of the war to France up to December 10, 1914. Is given as *1.288,200.000, or. difference in 11m" considered. niorp than twice the amount spent by Great Britain. Taking the KiiMslan expenditures to November 15 as a basis, it Is shown that the Russian campaign has so far < osl 13,200,000 per day....

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