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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

OKIE IEK TO OPEN ' NEW HOME ON THUflSBIIY h Hw<boni? Ctabhonse Beady for Uite of Large Membership. - 8TATK CONVENTION MEETS UK HI] | ? No Lodge to Stato Haw More tX>ruplfte Equipment, Either for Ent?rtainroent or for Lodge Work?L<>-> cat Aerie Hmn Grown Rapidly. X>l?i? Aerie. No. 9S3, Fraternal Order of Eagles, which hos Ju*t oomplcted It* row Homo at tho northwest corner j ?t Third and Marshall Streets. will nave Its formal opening on Thursday Thanksgiving Day. Ttio now homo ts finished and oocuPlefl, and tt makes en unusually fine appearance in its exterior and interior. It (? said that there la no other organisation in tho State having more comPl?t? provision for lodgo work and entartalnmonl. it la u model homo, ap<j| a monument to the splendid management cf tho ofilcers of tho i?.erio urd of tho building commit too, as well aa to tho members who extended every aid. The Joc.il acrio tus instituted in Ric...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

UOUEEVD EXCHANGE ' QUICKLY CUT INTO USE lutorruptiuu to Telephone Service Lasts Lena Thun One Minute. ? MEETS GKOW'TH OF WEST END Telephone Development- in Richmond Haw Been Phenomenal, More Tliun tOO,OOO CuIIh Heine Made Each l>ny?Over 20,000 Phones. 1*01- nearly one nilnuto last night at 10 o'clock JUchinond t?-lephono patrons * xperlcnced somo little difficulty In getting tho proper connections. In that brief Interval of tlij?o tho Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone* Company of Virgin)-* cut a.000 Hiich from tho central of lice to tho now "Boulevard" ox- ! ehutige at 2C1C Stuart Avenue. Went ? 15ml. .So quickly and effectually was tho. chftnjfc made tliat those who woro not expecting It wore Ignorant of what ha-J been done. Tho rapid growth of the NVost End an-.tlon of* the city und tho Increased demand for tolepliono fucllltlou to serve tn.it section made necessary tho establishment of the exchange. The new (xebungc, which l? supplied with tho most modern equipment, wil...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

CRYING NEED IS FOB j MORE BQAieiNG HOMES: ; r ~ 4 . lA'udei's of Younpr WoriianV Christian j Association Explain Nature of Its Work. ' ' 4 I "HUSK. &I.037 IX FIVK 1>AVS[ Klimiice Week Closes To-Morrow Night, When Huilget Committee Hopes to Have .S5.00U in Hand. How the Teams Stand. With $6,000 as their objective point, six tennis or ten members each started out on Tuesday to solicit money for the Young Women's Christian Association budge'. It Ii.ih been a splen- ' did uock, and Saturday evening tin-.; amount in hand was $3.937.50. This leaves $l,0i>2 to he raised to complete i the necessary .??m, and the campaign ! t l isvs to-morrow night at C o'clock. ' li" any one lias been missed, the young women urge that they send a check j at <>i;cc, so the full $0,000 will bo in j thole hands at the end of tiietr very . busy week. 'J'he money so far is the gift of but j persons, in amounts ranging fr-un I vi to fl(>n. The pop...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

[SOUTH RICHMOND PLAN NEW PRECINCTS FOR ANNEXED SECTION Olllclals Make Motor Tour of Forest Hill and Woodland Heights. INSTALLATION SKHVICES TO-DAY Two Metlixdlst I'as tors Will Preach Farewell Sermons llcfore Leaving tot/ New Charges ? Funeral of Washington Wooldridge. If the present plans are carried out, iVoodlantf Heights and Forest ttlll will be Precinct No. 0 of Madison Ward und Swansboro. will l>o Precinct So. 8. It was at (Irst proposed to havo only one polling p'ace for the two flections, bat after a tour of the territory on Wednesday with other city olllolnls, Councilman Carter C. Jones, chairman of the committee rearranging the wards, said two precincts u*ero nc.eesshry, Wood's Store. In Woodland Heights, was suggested as a station, and the present votine place In Swansboro. at A. 11. Morrissett's store, will probably he continued. A number of c.'ty olllclals made the automobile trip ui.der the direction of tiie Woodland Heights Citizens' Association Headed by t...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

REUNION DATES ARE ADVANCED TO JUNE I ljOcal Committee Fours Cool Weather Early in May, When Gathering W:is Kxpectcd. KNDS OX DAVIS'S MKTHDAY Confederate Memorial Institute to He Detlieatctl and Corner-Stone Laid for Stonewall Jaehson Monument. Fully 100,000 Visitors Kxpected. Fearing that the first date selected would prove too early, the Lee Camp reunion committee last night decided to advance the date for the annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans, which meets here In 1015 from May C, 6 and 7 u> .June 1, - and 3. The latter dates were selected, as the llnnl one is- the birthday of Jefferson Davis. President <?;' the Confederate States of America. Reunion coinmlttoes are malting rapid progress on t lie plans for the big gathering of veterans, which will mark tho fiftieth anniversary of the end of Ihe bloody four-vcar contcst. Assurances have been received from all over the South that the attendance will be Unusnall> larjje. Having had exp...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

EIU Mi, WOMAN MID I ! CHILD ASKED TO ASSIST Belgian Badgo Day Committee Announces Lint of Stations for Wednesday. OIVE8 OPPORTUNITY TO ALL Committee Working In Full Harmony With State-Wide Movement to . Bend Shipload of ProviNions and SupplieH From Virginia. "Let every man, women and child In Richmond wear a barigo on Wednesday an a token of sympathy for the people of Belgium." This le tho day set aside by tho ccnmlttoo of women who have Mayor Alnnlle's permission to call It "Belgian Badge Day." and at eighty prominent places In tho city there will bo stations where tho badges are to bo on sale. "If there Is anything In kindly thoughts," said one of the members, "think of tho wave of good fellowship that wlB reach th'iHo poor, homeless people, not to mention tho good that the money will do.* This movement runs right along with the general movement to nend a Shipload of supplies to the Belgians, but 11 will ror.ch persons who. however well (mentioned, might not otherwise make a contr...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

BAPTIST ASSOCimiCN WILL AID IN parIN9 DEBT Sols Aside Second Sunday in Jonuai? for Taking of Collections for Anil-Saloon Leujcue. SHOUT AG K LEFT BY CAMPAIGN Rev. J. D. MeAllster Discusses Fight Which Ended in State-Wide Prohibition. ami Appeals for Funds. Memorial Services To-Day. BRISTOL. YA., Jfovotnber 21.?Tho morning session of tho Virginia Genoral Baptist Association in the First Church hero wob a busy one. Tho devotional hour, In accordance with an agreement reached at laBt night's eoeslon, was devoted to prayer for the rulers and people of tho war-strick-en nations of Buropo. This sorvlco was led by Dr. Goorgo Braxton Taylor. Tho roport of the foreign mission board was presented by It. B. Garrett. R. IX Gaines followed with an address on "Tho Present Foreign Problem and How to Meet It." Tho subject, "What Wo Have to Give to Xon-Christian Peoples," was opened by W. H. Smith, who was followed by other members of the association who brought out different phases of this subject....

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

FROM SUPERINTENDENT .Colin Will File Statement. To-Morrow 1 on Proponed KoorKunbuitlon of j Street Cleaning Department. I ! WHOLE CITY IS AKOUSED I Chamber of Commerce Takes I'p Problem of Kalsllift Richmond's Standard From the Dirtiest to tlm Cleanest City In America. Henry Cohn. superintendent of tho I City Street Cleanlnu Department. will ; :nako hln report to-morrow on tho Htrachlioi'K resolution, Introduced tn the Administrative Bonrd. Intended to j.dmpllfy tho method of keeping tho ! city clenn In brief. Mr. Hlngchborg*3 ? plan Is to divide the city Into two main sections. east and weat from Fifth Street, and to have tho headquartorB of tho western section at the Stato Pair Grounds, and tho headquarters of tho eastern Mention at the present j itJItv Stables. Tho two main sections; are then to be subdivided Into four dlstrlcto each and the street denning ' force Is to bo so propctlonod that there will be a squad, with rnrta and Implements, to work- In each district. In furthor ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

Tragle's Kodak Store ?Agents? Eastman Kodaks and Cameras; Also Supplies. We do developing and printing at short notice thoroughly; also enlarging at small cost. SPECIAL: All illms purchased of us developed absolutely FREE. Tragle Drug Co. 817 EAST HROAl> STREET. A Diamond as a Gift Whether it's for father, mother, sister or brother, a Diamond is the most acceptable and satisfactory Klft possible. And then, too, it increases in value every year. It's a good investment; How to Buy It There is one thiiiK -to remember?an?l that is, ?iuy from u reliable Iiomnc. For 5S years Kohler's has stood for Itellnlrie Jewelry. Its reputation is an enviable one. Suppose you drop in and see our splendid assortments?talis with us and see how reasonable are Kohler's prices. 209 E- BROAD Catalillnlieil isr.ll. 'AIwsth Reliable." No-Other Candies are as Fresit as Shepherd's Tint Very Best at tOr- and (>()<? the pound. If you want, to see what it means to get really fresh ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

PART PART SPORTS TWO TWO SPORTS 64th YEAR PRICK FIVE CENTS RICHMOND. VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914. VIRGINIA DEPENDS UPON THESE STURDY BATTLERS TO DEFEAT CAROLINA THURSDAY | - gMpp *" " V ' " > , 2Z3U 77mr -Mere Than 70.000 Spectators Watch Rout in Stupefied Amazement. /Continue*! from First IPart One.) tried a forward pas-", lnii the Kll'a !'f. i ml *.v:.s b:jr:cd uimer .l masts of j Crlmtson opponent?, and Harvard had i cynluod t! <? I ..411 mi downs. Mahan hmm-dlntcty ,i ?u ,80;. M:.w\rto\ \i. sth.vi i:i.i sl <'t irs.NKl 1,1.^ UOHKS I'ollov Hi .! *OriOM of IMlshcM ,..,,1 PUlits, Jlait.-I M int? iv? pud .. forw aid lias.* ami started hc.-tlnaJ march for a touehdowa t-om her own 11?irtv-ciKlit-yj-r.i |in',.. Within twelve yards of the ICIi'.v line, there was mjc>*t*?l Into the name tins most spec?tacuhu* ami sensational piece of football ?ti?te^> ever n on an eastern gridiron. ?Hi*: 11.r t-;ania v.e.c lini.iy up. ? apiam !!ri&...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

gfrtmnU"! &" .""nor iS. -HSiiHor a1*?'"?* S Franco, though ho looks as If ho ark?\n.d ??n? ???' * H? W. ColeVnatOeft guard. {s another fc&SfelS ffhSSST?* ff^Kdid"StSdent and always This Is his first year on tho t^am i In twenty-one years of age. ,wcJgl'8, i? Hr&jvsssi h;.= HrBt year 011 the team, but vH,, Foeor-1 ?alLh0Ifqhe,1>8?l?*'KOodVondlfinn ' next Thureday tho spectators at that 5am? wVu haVe a goJd opportunity o pick and is six feot tall. ? Ctii? >lr Jluorr, \ IrRiman. Claude Moore. rli?ht guard. Hi. la another Virginian. h?1""* . 'J'??ridirrm Was on the university lixnt bttt had no inclination to P'nsl,f"?stbfootbaU Is a rood student and pla>s 10 " ' ilk.* ho studies He Is twenty-two yoa 3 0tltgX Bnrkr" rljsht"icUlc.Vi*s homi Kns:awiri?^r^t w. h. build he is of the Urud. Wallter t Pt iWh.KS.???:: Walker did In his prime^an co^r t the hundred In ten ^eoornls. wh hn s going sonic for a blp man. H?>...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

THOIISliS OF BIRDS AT THIS WEEK'S EXHIBIT Prize Chickens From Southland Will Bo Displayed by Virginia Poultry Show Association. THREE FIXXMtS NECESSARY Building at 1007 East Alain Street Will fie Scene of IJe?t Show in His* for> of Attttoclatlon?-Divinlun of Classes and Cups Contested For. Inhibitors at the tenth atiiiuu] ?how of the Virginia Poultry Association, which begins Tuesday morning and continues until Friday night at 1007 lOast Main Stroot," will be especially favored. In that they will bo permitted to placo cards, four Inches wide and llfteen Inches long on tho coops, r,flowing the name and address ot the exhibitor. Printed mutter will also bo allowed to be placed oil tho coups at the beginning of tho show, thus giving each exhibitor equal showing. The space of tho throe floors at 1007 Wast Main Streot will be utilised 11* making a display of tho blrdu. of which there will be more than 1,000. Tho exhibits will ombrace many of the prize winning birds at fairs In...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

Magnates Agree to Bury tlnteliet, It Is Raid?Only Few Details to He Adjusted. PJSD I'LAYKIW T<> HO HACK Stars of Major I vendues Will He Seen | in Original Liue-l'ps?Army SJars in Line for AllvVnierlcaii Kleven. Kverybody Wants Header. N'KW YOltK, November 21.? j Though leaders of both parties to tbo baseball controversy continue to deny that negotiations for pence have boon carried on otllclallv. It has been learned on indisputable authority, that they already have atfruod detlnltely to bury the hatchet. All that remains to be clone now Is to work out a number of details In the carrying out of tho, agreement. Several problems liavo not ! been solved to the satisfaction of both s'ldes,- but they are all matters of minor importance alongside the main proposition. ' At conferences between August llerr- , manti, chairman of the National font- ' mission, and Charles Weeghman, head ' of the Chicago Kcdcrals, the groundwork for the agreement reached ten days ago. was...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

Second News Section Kdltorlal, Heal Kstatr and Waul A<1 I'nucs PART THREE VA? SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS BATTLES OF TO-DAY! WITHOUT MUCH ART I Two Armies Turn About Each i Other Like Boxers in Preliminary Phase of Fight. I SURPRISE ELEMENT LACKING Use of Aeroplane Prevents Dramatic Opportunities Which Gave Napoleon Fame. INpeeiul Cable to The Timcs-l>lh>pntcli. J 4 UoltUUAL'N, November til.?Never; ?ii<l the ({iiMtiuf.s nf .loffre .shine more J ? loarly than in ilmt black hour near | 'lie be^lnnim; of |he war, when it he- I ?ame nocesHnry in t/icak tin? carcere live general!) who Inul bliown weak- | I'.rfy in their mahomivr"H. He iliii not j heMtate <>r compromise. All of them j went. It has heen declare, i that Joftrp i Ill's n<-hool <>f Napoleon. This must j he urieptcd onlt i111 tin- hreut reaer- i valiou that nothlni: could he flir'.!;el" from the w a in &lt...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

' MUST DIC WEILS DEEPER; WATEK FAMINE MAY BE OK M':;; , 1 I | Virginia's F?r-Fame<l Waters Get tin)* I Nearer ami Nearer to Chinese Empire. SOUTHSIDK WKLLS GOING DRY Stitch in Time May Save Nine?If Water Does Not Come to Vs. We ; Must Go to Watei?Colonel Tal- ; s cott Tells Is How. It is getting to be something of a , serious matter in sumo parts of Vlr- j ginia ae to tho Kiviiot drinking water I supply. There come reports from many i parts of Soutlisi.il- Virginia that tho ' old-time wclli? that have been depended upon for lo, these many years, are falling?golnjr dry, a:iil do notjmld out all the year 'round. Tho writer ob- | **rved this condition on his own little country home place two years a HP. and a train last year in a more aggravated citato, and this fall worv than ever. Colo nil T. M. li. Taleott, who Is a civil engineer of the old typo, and who :s a country neighbor of tho writer, was appealed to for an opinion. Colonel Taleott was for many years the civil engi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

STOCK EXCHANGE SEES TWO NOTABLE EVENTS I I Ii-M and Most Important Is Putting of Federal Reserve System Into Operation. | ii i'six ebb is iTxuis'n;m?ioi> Oilier Is Unfortunate Attempt to HeKstaMisii Open Trading in Itonds. Suggestion firings Flood of Selling Orders and Many Protests. BY IIItOAUAN WA1.I.. NUW VOIIK. November 21.?Two 'vmhi I stand out prominently in tnis vcli'fi history of the financial district. On Monday a new i and massive piece of muchlncry. t!ie Ktii- 1 era! renerve hanking nystetn. ?"aii put in 'notion under trylnit conditions without it lOit to 1/ukIiimiii, ar;d with perfect eoulldenee in tli- c.tRliircV- . An unfortunate Incident of the week wan t!i" Ill-advised attempt to start the m*- ? hitiery on the iloor of the Stock KlohuiiKV by tti" establishment of dealing in bonus. ' ?Mii'rh "tress had been laid on tin1 report-! th?.t were aiiowi'il to circulate about tin; demand cxlitini; for bond* through the clear-lug-house. Tiiiit a Rood demand had spru...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

jKictoiumlt ?m^-flispatcl) TKli TIMKS, t'oonfrt 18WJI nil) DISPATCH, Kunudrd 1530 - ,.11 ? I I I I 1 ? =3 I Pobllakfd every day lu 4hr y*?r by Tkr Times- I l)lipi<rli Pahllablng Conipnuy, Inc. AddtTM all | "onintuiilcatlnns to tHK TI.HKS.UWl* ITCH, i riwvi-llliipalrh Dnlldtnft, 10 South Tenth Street, j aietunwnd* Va. iklkphom;, h.wuum'u j I'abllcMiluu OflU*e 10 Sovth Teurb iiirrct I *outb Richmond lOVO llall Street I Petersburg 1W Xorth Sycamore Street I hyncfcbtirv 1!1S UljjUth Street! i HASHHOOK, STORY A BROOKS, IXC., >l>eclal Admtltloc Representative*. .Yew York 1TOO Klttli Aveunc Philadelphia Mutual Mfe Building Chli'dbo People'* (>a:? HniUHnur subscription ratio* ay MAIL. Oue Sly Three One POSTAGE PAII? Vear. "Ho*. Moa. Mo. Daily and Sundu? *6.00 ?:i.oo $1 .60 4 .OR Dally only 4.00 M.OO l.OO .!KJ viuday only iS.OO J .?O .f?" .25 By Tiuies-DiKpatch Carrier Delivery i? illclinioud (and xuhurh*) ued Peterabarct Oolly with Sunday, one wee...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

#THE CHURCHES AND 4 TO-DAY'S SERVICES " Jonah's Theology Sermon b.v j ntiv, CAItTKIt AMJITO.N .IKNKIMi, ; I'axtor of -< Cnitarj- Ilnptlnt ( linrcli. (Written lor Tlio Times-Dlnpatch') Tc.x r: "St^vatlon Is of tlio I.ord."- .Ion I all ii ?. I. The Source of Salvation. Under) .ueuliar circumstances. Jonali tells I us that n:il vat ion is of God. God Is the only source of redemption, ami j Jonah was himself a most expressive j type" of tlio Hedeemcr. Like the j 'Saviour, he was three (lays <tnd nixhtu j in a sepulchre, and 011 the third day. j like his Lord. lie came, as It were, a . living man from the tomb. Ah Christ j i.y lli* death ?avc<l the world In ? which lie lived, mo Jonah by his re- i if-tloi) from the sliln saved the vessel. j This is a wonderful way to Have men j -by tlie death and resurrection of God's Son. So it Is, and lot all llenh ! declare that salvation is of the Lord. j If we calinl.v recall what salvation i is:, wo at once recogniz...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

2,000 BALES OF COTTON BOUGHT BY FORD COMPANY Tho Ford Motor Company has not only joined In the popular niovoiiioni in the North to ttllcvo Southern Indus- ? trie' and financial conditions by buying ! ?Southern cotton, but It lips given that movement u trcmcmloua Impetus in :i vet5' substantial way. The ?rompany ll?t> Just fcUbscrlb?d for JIOO.OOO worth Of cotton. This In the equivalent ot" | more than 2,000 hairs,- and it makes tin , Yord ono of the three largest sub- | swrlbrrs to the fund. MOTORCYCLE NOTES January '1 to i? is the date set for the 1 uut eruobllo and motorcycle show In i N'ew York City. The exhibit will be j Held at the Grand Central I'alace. inquiries arc belli;? made concerning ; the price on 1.000 motorcycle sidecars, i which are said to bo for use in 11?o j Kuropean war. A motorcycle trip to tho Ozark Moun- j tain is tho way Jesse M. Annich, of .Little Rook, Ark., spent his vacation } tills summer. Up to the lirst of November, -0,r>00 j mot...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 November 1914

AMERICAN ROAD CONGRESS^ FOR FEDERAL CO-OPERATION Couffmninn norland DUcaust-m (he Various t'liruarn <?r lllghnu; ConilractlvD. That exactly the same rtason does not exist tn the tevoral States for tho Improvement ot' their roads was sot forth In the unanimously adopted report of the resolutions committee of the American Itoad Oonartms Just held ?it Atlanta, Oa., with the largest attendance over attracted to a highways' meeting. With dilopatcs from all over the country, it naturally followed that Federal aid hi {food roads '.-ailed for MUwli attention la the deliberations of tile Oon&rcss, accentuated by the l'act that tho American Automobile Ashoelatlou. co-operated with thf. American Itl;<fiway Association in the conduct the notable gathering. Chairman V.*, Tom Wltsn, of the res?dutions committee, presented thie iMfercnco to "Kcdera.! co-operation": Hfcjulved, That the American Ftoad .Cung.-yeu emphatically Indorses the principle of I'edoral co-ope...

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