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

London Spends Many Anxious Hours Fearing Zeppelin Raid presumably making Inland. had been IIroil on by the forte. Parts of the city or Ixmdon waited for more than two hours with blinds drawn, but nothing happened. In quiries elicited from the police that orders to prepare for an air raid had been issued by the War Office. but whether because aircraft really had been sighted or as a rehearsal it was Impossible to ascertain. One message from Dover reported that the raiders had been driven off. but no details were forthcoming This flurry broke the monotony of news front battle fronts, where none of the armies, cither in the east or the west, has delivered a ldo\v sufltclent to cause any shift in their alignment. German submarine attacks on Hrttish merchant ships continue the paramount topic of discussion, and predictions are made that food prices, already soaring, will go still higher if more raids are accomplished. West coast shipping is still somewhat upset, the Dublin Steam 'Packet ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

Hall Has Been Kluborately Refur nished and Decorated at Cost of $0,000. IMPORTANT MEABURK8 PASSED Street Car Coin puny Asks to He Re lieved From Track Reconstruction 1'ending Settlement of Franchise Application?New Ordinances. Moused for the first time In the nowly r< modeled and redecorated Council chamber, the Common Council last night devoted a session that lasted from R:ir, o'clock until midnight to tho consideration of a docket crowded with resolution!) and ordinances of the first Importance. A large vase of flowers graced the desk of President Peters and another bouquet reposed on the desk of City Clerk August. Aside from these in dices of formality nothing of a cere monial nature marked the occupation of the re modeled chamber. The mem bers bad placed on the table a silver water service for the use of the chair man and bis successors in olllce, but the presentation was accompanied by no speechmaklng. Tins gift was ac k nowledged in a brief speech or ar> reclatlon by Vic...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

Useful \\ J 1 U Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story CflX( KltVIMi XVIl>OW l)OW. lli < Inriee (aitllit'n. Jay Dickson frowned over the let ter from the manager of his houses in Dorilton. The houses had been an in hcrltance from his Undo I'eterby, and the income frotn the half-dozen little cottaices had been an addition to his income. Of course, the property was sadly out of repair, and a great deal of money had been spent upon it: still the agent had made many complaints j about dissatisfied tenants. Jay reread the letter. "About this Widow Dow." said the agent, "she lives In the last cottage at the very edge of the woods, and she says that some of the trees should j he cut down because the shade makes her place damp. 1 tell you, she ought not to make complaints when she is behind with her rent ?" "Pshaw!" muttered .lay, thnistlnvl the lott? r Into his pocket. "I'll run | down there myself and have it out i with Mrs. Dow, If the trees really | are a nuisance, t...

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. — 2 February 1915

COTTON Tins URGED TO CURTAIL THEIR CROPS Hcnat? Passes Resolution as Step Toward Reduced Acreage In North Carolina. WORKMEN'S RILL rilESEXTED drgani/.Atlons of Railway Employes Are Exported to Make Hard Fight Against Rs I*assan?v?Division of Rural Credits Proposed. HALTCIGII, N. C., February 1.?Cotton tarmors throughout the State aro urged to curtail their crop 50 per cont tills year, and ofllclals of other cotton States 're urged to recommend similar action in their States, by a resolution passed to-day by tho North Carolina State Senate. An Identical resolution was passed by the House last week. Representative Nettles, of Uuncornbc, Introduced In the House to-day a work men's compensation bill, which was re ferred t?, the Co mm It too on Proposi tions and Grievances, and set for a bearing on Wednesday, February 10. -Mr. Itlddick, "r Asheville, president of the North Carolina Manufacturers* As sociation, and 1'resUlont Otto Jarrett, of Asheville, of the North Carolina !?'< derat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

jRirijmorili ?inie?-fliSpntri) THE TIMK5, Kouuded IKSS TlllC D1SI*AT('1(> Founded 1SRO I*tihllKhrd every dnj" In the yenr hy 'I'hr Tlmon Dtnpntch rtililhliInK t'ompnny, Inc. Aililro** nil rommunlrntloni to Till-: TIMKS - DISPATCH, Tlracu-I)l?p.itoh HulldlnR, 1() South Tenth Slrcol, Hlohiiinnil, Vn. TICI.lOl'llONIC, IIAMIOMMI I Publication IIDIrf 10 South TontIt Street Snntli Hlohtnond 10.O Hull Street PeternliurK ?'?!? North Sycamore Street hynehhurK "I* ICIkIiIIi Street KASIlltOOK, STOUV A IIKOOliS, INC.. Special Advertising lit-predentin! vcm. \<mv \otk 1'iHl Fifth Avenue Phllndclphln N1 ii111111 I.IIV llulldliiK Chicago People'* (??!* llulliliiiK SI HSCIlll'TlOV It ATI'S IIV M All., One SI v Three One IMISTAUK l?\ll? U?r, Mok. Moh. Mo. Dully mAl Sunday... .SH OO S.'t.iM) SI.BO 9 .SS I In 11.v only I (HI 2. till 1 .till ..*15 Sunday only 2.00 I OO .r?tl .2." lly TliiioK-Dtspn toll t'nrrler Deliver; Seri lee In Itlohinonil. < nml Miihurlixl nml I'otorMhiirir: Dnily ?ilh St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

MRS. THOMAS G. JOHNSON TO Gill[ A RECEPTION Will Entertain In Honor of Iler Nloce, Miss Anno Holmes lleynolds. MHS. KLIjYSOX TO GIVE' TEA KntcrtalnH on Thursday for Miss Xnnnlo Ilnndolph Ileth, Hostess at Virginia Utilltling at I'auuiiin-Pa elflc Exposition. Mr*. Thomas Cary Johnson has issued invitujM'His tor u large afternoon re- j fC'Dtlr.i Friday from 4 to 0:30 o'clock In'" her homo at the ITnlon Theological i Seimnary. Mm. Johnson is entertain- I ing In honor of her' niece. Miss Anne! Holmes Reynolds, a ilehutanto of the i season. anil the guests Invited to meet ' her Include the younger society ulrls ( and the Junior class of the Union Theo logical Seminary. Miss Alico (irahain, daughter of Pres ident <i rail am of Hampden Kidney Col ii'ni', will arrive in Hlehmond to-inor row to he the guost of Mrs. Johnson and attend the reception Friday after- \ noon. Kor >IImn lletll. Miss Nannie Randolph Ileth. of j Washington, will arrive in Richmond j shortly to In- the uncut of h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

f I v. SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD I SPORTS BUI MS TO-DRY FOB IE? YORK CITY Will Attend American I/caguo Meet ing ami Make an MHort to Sijjn Several l'layers for luteals. smscniPTioxs aim: coming in i Canvassers (anther an Additional .KoOO t*> Help Pittance Club?Chair man Smith falls for Volunteers to Make a tjuick Pican-l'p. Jack Punn \\ .1 b iv.' Haltlmoro ???-j day to attend ti ? ? r " mg of the Amer Ica'n league at New York. which opens I to-morrow. 'iiui:.'." n is- "ii has noth ing: to do with tho business of Han Johnson's <"?' ' :i(. but !s !? ' thr solo purpose of tr.i!' ? "i"'-: In f> v> ral play ers for the lit amend team. That In- will !>?? :-k r.-.-t'vil is the! hope of t e 1 ? 1 fan-. ami >lioul?l he land several tn- i }i? ? lias in iniii'1. the local club w.i be in the running for tlio pennant from the Mart of thef sea son. I.,nst nlpht. in talking over the phone from li^s homo, luinn said that ho felt , certain th t hi- 1?-ip t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

TflBE REFORMER CHIEF IS! INDICTED 81 GRAND JURY True Hills Charge Floyd Itoss With Embezzling Buiiim AnKte KatiiiK $751.51). I ?>hl> FOLKS' home suffkks! __ Money Belonged to Benevolent Insti tution Operated by <?rund Foun tain, of Which Koss Was (jrand . Worthy Master. Thrcn Indictments charging the em- j ""/.Moment of sums aggregating $751.59 were returnod yeatorday by tlio Hust ings Court grand Jury against Floyd Itoss, grand worthy master of the | Grand Fountain, United Order True Itoformers, a colored fraternal and beneficial organization. Hons Is eliarged with embezzling tills amount from the 1 Old Folks' Home, an Institution under '.he direction of the order. The grand Jury examined Irvln Fast, W. 11. Smith and Maurice Rouselle, who khvo evidence bearing upon the ? barges. The first Indictment charges Ross with appropriating on July 1913, |25H of the funds belonging to the Old Folks' Home. in tin- second Indictment ho Is charged with divert ing t'? ills personal use ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

IT I STEEL BRINGS HOPE Figures Kise to 40, nnd Closing Is I 'rni nt Top Price, With Crisis Probably Over. AM, SOItTS OF ltl'MOHS AFLOAT There Are Stories of !>?>??! Buying, Hanking Support, and Stork Tnk ?mi Over From Amsterdam Hold ers at hiii ,\one Is t Onllrnied. v.... 111 W.M.I.. - .1 . * T.? ('ay'? ?*ook . u "v 1 ?"' th? fpotiluc Tho imlilf. ^ ?: a? \ .?.?}, w it it^ ~oimnon. This fluttered nrouixl tlie olnlt) Tho c ? W ; ? ? if?o pat ion? w ?,* con r*\' _ ?',n' ' tl'ipi.'V.Miiort th-n ' !??<?'? "? tt " t>r' ? ?* ont ti> ?-i? ir.iro r.m.l m ,H ? Ito (..)> an.I nit l..v- pass*,l r> I- t'... pr|. .. ..f Stool I'lO v?...-K 111.I ? Iroppe I II points il< ;? v.oo) I a to. k art- ! 1! .,n ? ?a tiki mc support a in! vague stories of ?? I'otm \ tnst ? r?i.i :n 1> :* .Vone of Mi 4 ttincnt wah ? hou*e* Hr.itilni; ? Mi'?I >??? i on mrnt in ^?n *n orrntto. \ ,rl> In ? ? Ul\ ;hoto w.,> :i ."-i'"li!t : o. i?\ . rv wit' C II ?? .1 > - C ;| . . t ?pure. I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

#idntnmU CmieS-|3i$iwlclj SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR AD ruiiEPIIONU YOUIl WANTS TO i THE TIMES-DISPATCH HANDOU'U I I RANDOLPH j WANT AU. HATL3S. one eont a word when pntfl in ?rt vunce. No ud. taken for tons than 10 cents. J SlINDAy, one and on?-half cent* a word for ; ? II claiMltled U''a. except Situations Wanted ' *t 0110 cont a word. No ttd. taken for legs i Umii 16 cent*. N(* ADS. taken foi than Zo cents when 1 or phoned In. Phoned orderi not | fUurunteed. CI(t9>llicatloii> not Kimruatced i ?t tyr 9:W P. M. DKATIIS. "Alt V.?Olo<l, at >t i h J r\ t?* residence, 2f>0l Floyd Avenue, CHAKLKS PARK. t?AHY, at 11:15 I'. M., February 1, 1913. [funeral notice later. HAMI'Kii.V.- -Departed thin 11f?? at His residence, 711 West Leigh Street. January 31, loir., .1 II. SAMPSON, leav ing a widow and son to mourn llielr loss. Funeral from Kbi.iiczur' Maptist Church THIS (Tuesday) AFTEP.N'OO.W ;ii z o'clock. liRA UEU.?DJed, at th" hoino <<f her daughter, bit \V. st I'ary Str. i-(, ....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED Ob matter* of Importance In cltjr, State and nation, you nerd but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH jgidtfflonl> Cmie^-P^patcfr RICHMOND. YA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915. LILLIAN RUSSELL ftTN many valuable ?iiKictilloni In her dally etlilcnl dla<*uaalona on the Womnn'a I'njte. THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre The Shopping Centre Housekeeping / and Kitchen Needs In a Sale That Begins This Morning in Our Basement Sections This sale of Housefurnishings is a spe cial showing and offering of THE BEST values to be had at the prices. Not a sale of "cheap'4 articles or badly made goods which would be dear at any price; but the every-day needs of your home and kitchen, gotten together for you JUST AT THE TIME YOU NEED THEM, and at ex tremely reasonable prices! With "EVERYTHING FOR THE KITCHEN" as our slogan, we are com pletely ready to serve you. Come in person or phone us your needs. SEE OUR SPE CIAL SIXTH-STREET SHOW WINDOW DISPLAYS. Ten China Dinner Sets Reduced In connec...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Inrntoulnlilr vnlur i nny be i found dully In the Muck ntnl white nkctt'lim on <lie Wouinu'n I'hbc. THE TIMES-DISPATCH IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try n ClnnHlflrrt Ad. In tli? Mtuntlou Wanted Column. lc ? nord. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 85th YEAR voi.nxr. ?r m miikk :t i HERMANS DELIVER I SERIES OF AIMS! IN BOTH WAR ZONES Win Preliminary Advan tage, but Finally Lose Positions Gained. SUFFER SEVERE LOSSES IN TERRIFIC FIGHTING Bombard Belgians in Another Effort to Get Across the Yser. NKW ASSA I'l.TS ON RUSSIANS Italian Reservists in Knglnnil Not! lied to Prepare to *10111 < 'olors. Germans on Offensive at Various Points AT \nrioun point* on I lie Imttle frunl in i-'ImitlerN nn<l l-'rnnee 1 In- Hermann nunlii linvr ntnrlril nil itlTrnnhi', with I In- ohjeet nf t-nplur InK ponltlotin Itclil li> I lie nlllen, or lirnet rntlnic their linen. I'nrln nn nertn flint In mont of Ihr atteiuptn llir t ? 1* r inn 11 m lime heen lielil, nml llinf <11 Ihr north nf thulium, In...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

_ ? ? A 4. A ? JL JLJ X-f JL. V w A Xi V X JLt/JLa. Germans Start Neu) Offensive at Various Points on Front to do almost entirely with the cdurn tionnl and oharltablo Interests with which he was connected. In the local hanking: world, Mr. Branch will he remembered l?y the present generation of hankers as- th? man whose com ma inline Influence, more than any ono other factor, kept Kich mond hanks from suspending specie payments during the gloomy days of 1907, vvhrti otie city after another took to clearing-house certificates and scrip. A dozen leading Itiohmond bankers recall the panicky day in 190" when the national hanks of N'ew York suspended specie payments and the tremor that shook the financial structure of tlie country as the result of that act. They rccall a council of local bankers that met the same night in the library of John 1\ Brunch, at 1 West Franklin Street, to determine the course that Itlchmond should pursue in the crisis with which the whole banking world w as thre...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

Stilt ions FINOS FOR HOOD IMPROVEMENT Kinks In Hyrtl Luw Straightened Out, and Loral Measures Are Considered. KMKltOBNCY IUM.S AllK PASSKI) UcNolution Calling for Vote on lUval Tax Heforin Plans May He Intro duced in Senate To-Day?Final Action May Ho Taken Shortly. Throwing aside for the moment tho rill-absorbing topic of tax reform in i Virginia, the Senate hist nitc>>t In ses Hlon to ronsiilor legislation unrelated! to taxation, panned several local bills which havf been Introduced during the special session ?s emergency measures. The kinks In the liyrd law were straightened out. When this measure, designed to regulate the "sale, manu facture, dlHtrlhutlon, rectifying, nianu facture and distilling of Intoxicating liquors and malt beverages," was passed In a recent session of the Legislature Mid was made law, tho statute was found to lie Ineffective when it was discovered that certain omissions had lieeu made l?y the clerk In Its enroll n ??fit. Senators West and Mapp were Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

Useful \\7 J IT . Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story TilK YOUNG IUKI.1ST. IIj" Donnld Allen. Master Rohert Roberts was tho brother of Miss Mabel Roberts. Mabel was nineteen years old, and It was re marked by many persons that she had rather too much dignity for that nice. Not that a girl shouldn't have some dig nity, quite a bit of dignity, but unless she can thaw out when occasion de mands it rather repels a young man who might otherwise fall iit love with her. Young Roberts had not acquired his dignity?he was horn with it. lie had been the most sohniti infant in tlie State.'' As a hoy among boys, ho had never been known to laugl: heartily. When his risibilities were stirred a smile flitted across Ids fHce, but there was never a ha? ha! ha! Aside from his natural dignity, young Roberts had a code of honor. It was a very strict code. If lie stole apples ho took care to select the poorest ones. If he had difference with a boy he per mitted that boy to run instead of...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

DR. ANNA HOWARD SHAW BEFORE N. G. ASSEMBLY Addresses Joint Meeting of Commit tees In llehalf of Woman Suf frage Bill. MANY ADVOCATES TURN OUT Gardner Trends Successful Fight for Measure to Divide State Into Two Judicial Circuits, and It Is Passed, :m to o. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] 1CAL.1S1GII, N. C., February 2?Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president of tlio National American Woman Suffrage Association, to-day addressed a Joint meeting cf committees of the North Carolina General Assembly in behalf ? ?f a woman suffrage bill now before that body. Many suffrage advocates and members of the assembly attend f d. Senator Gardner, of Cleveland, led a lively and successful fight In the Sen ate to-day for the bill from the House to divide the State Into two Judicial Hr-Milts to take the place of th,e present State-wide) rotation of the twenty Judges that keep them far iiway from 'In ir home districts during the greater part of their terms of ofllce. Senator Gardner had charge of the bill, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

Sidimoriti Cimc^fli^iintrt) TIIFI T1MKS, Koundcil TilK DISPATCH, Founded. Pnblt?hrd fvfpjr day In the jrnr hy The 'I'Iiiica Dlapntch 1'iihllnlilnK Cnmimny, Inc. Aililrr?? till cocaniunlcntlonn tii Til 10 TPIICS ? DISIM'I'CIl, Tlmcn-Dlnpntch lliilldinx, 10 South Ton 111 Mrcot, Richmond, Vii. TK 1.131* HO.MO, IIAMIOI.IMI 1 PuMlmttoa Office 10 South Truth Sirrol South Hlchtuonil 1030 Hull Street I'?trr*hnrK: 100 North Sycamore Street lijnrhliurK SIS l-'.lKlitli Street HAsnnooK. story miooKS. ixr? Special AdiTtllnlnK llrprrionliitlvm. New York 2IH) Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual l.lfe HiilMlnn ChleiiKO People's (inn lliillilluu SI llSt'ltIPTIOIV HATISS BY >1AII., One SI* Three tMie POSTAC.K PA1I1 Veiir. lion. Mos. >lo. Dnllr and Sunday . . ,. $tl (Ml W OO SI .ttO S r.r, Dally only 4.00 S.tMl I OO .SIS Sunday ouiy ?.0ti J.OO .fit) .!!.*> IIt Tlmr.?-lllspnti'h farrier Delivery Service in Richmond land siihurhM) nnil PctershorKi l)nlly with Sunday, one week 15 cents Dally withou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

MISS ELLEN C. M'CLUER BRIDE OF J. R. GILLIAM, JR. ? 'rromony Takes Place In Presby terian Church at Bon Air. I INVITATIONS AH 15 ItKCAMACI) I Konnolds-Rranch Wedding, Set for February 10, May Ho Deferred, i John Powell to^Hpeak on Experi ences in Knropean War Zone. One of the lending society events of yesterdny evcnliiK was the marriage at Bon Air of Miss ICIlen Coalter Mc <"luer, daughter of Itev. and Mrs, Bdwln M. McCluer, of that place, to Jamon 15. Gilliam, Jr., hoii of Mr. anil Mrs. James It. Gilliam, of Lynchburg. The ? < reniony, v. Ii.lcli was witnessed by a brilliant gathering of relatlveH and trienda, took place nt 1:45 o'clock In (ho 1'reabytcrlan Church, of which lh" bride's fath?*r Is pastor. Miss Maude Mill'-r played the wedding marches and l?r. McCluer performed the cere mony, the bride being given In mar riage by her brother, J>r. Barton Hates MctJIuer, of Murkicton, l'a. The alta ? was banked in white (lower?, Cathedral '?indies and palms, and th/; chancel ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

?? = ^ SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | SPORTS I ^ : J) MANY WILD RUMORS SET AT REST BK EO BARROW International l.enjjue President Snys Many <?oo<l Things A lion t Hicli iiioikI ami .lack Dunn. CAM" \SSI-'.KS MAKK PKOC.RKSS ' Secure Fair Number of Subscribers to Stork?'chapin, of Kocbestcr, taunted a^ Advocating a Circuit | of Si\ Clubs. President Edwaird Barrow* in a letter | to Alvtn M. Smith, which was received yesterday, states very plainly that the Inter) atlc.al l.caKtic will be in the runnlnir i! i? year.' This 1 tter should , forever set at rest the wild rumors 1 to the eff" ? tliat tlie lc-im:e would quit for a year or reduce to six clubs | ntid will llk< wise have a stimulatlnc effect on those who contemplate takinir ' stock In Ki . !.r:io* ! Exhibition ?~'?>in jiany. In tli" letter Marrow takes a few! paragraphs to say some nice tilings about .lack 1 ".rr. the president ami mniiiu'cr of the local cltib. whi'h also is ?rrtitifi"? ticr to th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 February 1915

ISIS L HOFDD IS THROWN INTO BANKRUPTCY 'Hiree liocal Creditors File Petition Against Ileal Estate and The atrlrul Man. VERDICT ENTERED FOIt $3,000 < ompromlKe Effected in Cnse of H. A. Inge, Whose Daughter Was Killed by Htreet Car?Eleven ; Opinions in United. States Court, j Moses Tj. Hofhelmer, local theatrical i man, and prominent In business and '?calty circles, wns thrown Into Involun- j tary bankruptcy yesterday when three | creditors filed a petition In the United States District Court. The amounts owed to these creditors la less than *2,r.00, although It Is expected that the receivership will bring out many other debts. His assets consist of two mov ing picture houses on Broad Street, with other property interests In vari ous sections of the city. The petition was (lied by A. C. Hous ton, Nick C. Jtedford and Arthur F. 'Jiirrott, trading as Itedford & Garrett, and Reuben Burton. Tho amounts the petitions claim Hofhelmer owes to them and is unaltlo to liquidate follow: ...

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