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

? ? ~~ ?I Furious Battle Still Is Raging in Central Poland\ desperate efforts to drive the Austrian* from Dukla and other passes, and, al though the snow lies deep In the moun tains, the battles continue night and day. ARM IKS Itr.KIIAIV I'ltOM l.NKAMTUV ATTACK S Along the western front, so far as official reports disclose, tills has been on,e of the quietest days for weeks. The artillery, of course, has been busy, but, as if by mutual consent, the armies have refrained from infantry attacks. There has been no further fighting in Egypt, but statements from Turkish prisoners show the Turks brought a great number of boats across the desert drawn by oxen. They were somewhat surprised to find a strong force await ing them, and were compelled to sur render when troops gf' behind them and hemmed them in. 1 ?i some cases the Turks were allowed to launch their boats before the British opened !ire and sank them. Earl Grey, addressing a meeting to day, said that War Secretary Kitch ener In Au...

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. — 7 February 1915

Cohen's Will Sale .LJuyiiiK uuh ueen nourisning all over tlie House. The col lection of a new Bpring stock was never more charming nor more appropriate. February is ahead in the great stock, only because the inducement of prices were such that our buyers were asked to visit the markets and buy wherever prices were an advantage. Head this advertisement through?you will iind many goods that will probably never be sold again. Monday the Doors Will Be Wide Open to New Silks at Away (Jnderprices Some are American, others are importations. The ad vantage in silk buying has been such that delay is very dang erous, as silks are advancing, and few manufacturers have gone into speculating. We expect them scarcer and higher priced. Monday will be a great sale, a great chance! 95c 9I.RO ('ro|ii' ?l?- ^'tilnr, 40 Inches wide, newest street and even In*? shades, for,' yard Highest quality of SI.KO 'I'nfTetn MIk*, full yard wide. In all the new colors of Hunter's green, brown, peach, sand. Belgium...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

JMESE S1IP ASIIM WHO IMMEDIATE DANGER Report Hased on Radiogram From Cruiser Raleigh, Which Is Stand ing by Stranded Vessel. AT>MIKAI. HOWARD ON WAY Washington Olllcials Iteticeiit in Dis cussing International I* liases of Case?Situation More Complicated if Crew l.ands in Mexico. "\V ASHIN'OTON. February C>.?The Japanese cruiser Asama. aground in j Turtle Pay. near Port Bartolomo, Lower California, "is In no immediate | danger." .?<? or.llttii to r report to the Navy l>?-parttnent to-day from I'.ear Admlrnl Howard, commanding the Pa- [ clflc Fleet Admiral Howard was due to reach ; the Asama to-day on the cruiser San 1 Diego. His report was based on a i radiogram from the cruiser Raleigh, which already had reached the strand- j rd ship. The Navy Department summarized j official reports In tills statement: "Admiral Howard has wired from the United States ship Saji Diego that the Raleigh reports the Japanese cruiser Asama is aground on an un- j charted shoal. He says there ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

CLOSED TO INTERSTATE SHIPMENT OF EWE STOCK Federal Inspectors Discover Foot and-Muuth Infection In Sev eral States. OUTBREAK UNDER CONTROL Instead of Repetition of Recent Quar antine Over Large Areas, Ofllcials Believe Disinfecting Yards Will Suffice to Stamp Out Disease. WASHINGTON, February 6.?After ?liscovery ,/f foot-and-mouth Infection in Chicago, Indianapolis, I^oulsville, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Jersey City, Pitts burgh, Baltimore nn?l Columbus, the Department of Agriculture to-day In structed Its Inspectors to close the yards In those cities to Interstate ship ment of live stock after shipments In transit had been disposed of. Ofllcials believe, instead of a repe tition of the recent quarantine over large areas, disinfecting of the yards will tiulllce to stump out the latest outbreak. Further conferences led oinclnls to conclude that no attempt would be mad<- to stop the entrance of cattle to thf yards for Immediate slaughter, ex cept In so far as the shipments came from oth...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

MI'S LITEST MOVE' IS-GMVE DEVELOPMENT United States Will Inform llim of Its Dtsplensare Over Any Inconveni ence to Diplomatic Corps. HE WANTS THEM AT VERA CRUZ Movement for Withdrawal of I^egn tlonn From Mexico Probably Will Not Be Approved, Owing to Neces sity of Watching Foreign Interests. WASHINGTON, February 0.?Car rauea's efforts to establish Vera Cruz as the capital of Mexico ami compel the diplomatic corps to pro thoro from j Mexico City is regarded by officials ! and foreign diplomats here as a very j grave development. It 1* understood the American jov- j eminent will inform Carrnnza of its ? displeasure over any inconvenience be | causes tlie diplomatic corps. Already | 0 movement is In progress for witii- J drawing from Mexico nil legations, but the necessity for keeping careful watch on the Interests of foreigners is ex pected to prevent that proposal from being approved by foreign nations generally Anxiety over the situation was re- j fleeted somewhat by visits of the ;...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

MORE INSHNCE BILLS INTRODUCED IN. SENRTE Weaver and Miller Present Measure? Which They Relieve Will Meet Situation. ' not so okastio in tkrms Hi'uwell 15111, Ponding In House, Would Empower Comnilsaloner to l.ower Rates-?ItH PaHsage MJfclit Drive Companies From State. [Special to The TlmcB-Dlspatoh.J RALEIGH, N. C.. February 6.?An-j '"titer chaptcr was added to the pending insurance legislation to-day by the In- , tioductlon ol' bills In tho .Sonata by i Senators Weaver and Miller, which are , dralgnod to authorise the State Com- j mlsBlonor of Insurance to hoar com- j plaints of excessive (Ire Insurance rates ! and declare what should bo the Just and ' reasonable rate, making It of public ; record, but not going as far as the i ??ending Keawell bill In tho House, J which empowers the commissioner ac- | tually to lower the rates. The Sonato bills ar? In line with the rccommotida tlon of Commissioner Young and meet the contentions of Insurance companies which Insist that if thj actua...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT j FIVE YEARS OLD MY i Anniversary Will Ho Observed by Scout Organizations All Over Country. TOPIC OF LOCAL SERMONS Now Fifty Scout Troops in Rich mond, With More Titan 1,200 Members?Ilip Outdoor Competi tion to He Held in April. Five years ago to-day tho first troop of Boy Scouts In this country was or ganized, and local Scouts will unlto with their comrades in celebrating the anniversary of tho movement in Amer i^a. Th?> celebration here will take the form of special services in many of the churches, particularly those with which troops are connected. While the great Scout movement reached this country five years ago. it has been only a little more than two years since the first troop was formed in Richmond. Since that time scouting has been so developed here that to-day it is a part of fifty institutions, and L200 or more boys are enrolled with the various troops. Scattered through out the country is an army of 300,000 boys and'10,000 adult loaders in the mov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

LETTER CHARGES GRAFT III BOH OF EDUCATION I Salem Man Must Testify Before Ixsk- I islatlve InvestigutiiiK i Committee. >*ltOHK C1IAKGK8 TO BOTTOM ! lleud of Salem Bettcriueiit C'luli I'll Inks Some Schoolbooks Adopted by Hoard Are I'nllt for I'se?I"* vcNtlgntors Must Iteport Shortly. Having cltargud that "itraft" exists In connection with the adoption of school book lists III Virginia. H. K. Shelor. president of tin- Salem <Va.) Civic Het t^nnetit Club, has been sumtnoned to cotne to Richmond and Rive a complete explanation, under oath, before the Leg islative committee now Investigating thu schoolbook question, of chnrxi'8 lit" has made. The committee will reopen its inquiry to-morrow night, but Mr. Siieior is not expected to testify until Tuesday nlKlit. The letter in question, which apparent ly questions tiie Integrity of the State Hoard or Hducatlon, was addressed to Senator W. L. Andrews, of ltoanolse. Mr Shelor In his letter states tliat the club of which he is the head ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

Xeccssnrjr to Arrive nt Estimates In directly an?l by Deducing Results. "**? VKHV FI'.W FACTS AHK KNOWN Discussion of Matter Is Direct 15r suit of Strict Censorship, Which Attempted to Hide All Elements of Judgment From Observers. ii v mi.a lit k nr.i.i.or. IjO.VPOX, February fi.?The question of numbers of men equipped anil trained in the field Is fundamental to the com prehension of the present campaign. Kvory student of the war lias appreci ated that ultimate decision will depend upon this factor. Singularly enough, figures on so elementary and essential a point hNY' varied fantastically, yet the bases upon which to form a sound judgment are well known. If the cen sorship in Kurop* had !i"t been so strict there would be no discussion upon the matter. Kvery one would be provided witji elements for judgment which would be common to all observers. As things are, we must arrive at esti mates Irdirectly ami by <b duclng re sults from the comparatively few km wn facts. .An estimate o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

Hearing PoHtpniied Until February 2?, and Ho Ih Held With out Hail. ?T.VNRAL OF VICTIM TO-DA V ( oroner Taylor Impanels Jury to In vestimate Cireuinstances of Shoot- ' i"K of Miss Hester Dodson at Her j Home on Friday Night. With his mass of black hair still i tousled from a restless night, ami his ! dark eyes poignant with pain, John C. j Watklns, nineteen years ol<l, was ar- ; ? aigncd In Police Court yesterday morning to answer to the charge of murdering h's sweetheart, llester Dod son, on Friday nttrht. The hearing was postponed at the request of counsel, 1 Attorney Gilbert K. Pollock, to Febru ary 20, when the anguished youth will ??uter upgn the battle for his life. After his case was called ami post poned, Walking was led back into tiie . detention cell. There lie brooded upon the dark fate which hung above him and thought of the Rlrl whom he had killed. There will be no necessity for sin autopsy, it was stated yesterday, and the girl will be laid to rest to-day.: WATIilXS...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

MUM. ASSOCIATION CIS HEARTY APPROVAL j It Will l^end Its Assistance in Krcc tlon of Hat tie Abbey in Petersburg. F11KAK8 IN WAWK OF STOIOl Thousands of Dollars of Damage Done by Dig Mow ill Prince (ieorge County, and Some Curious Antics Are Played by Wind. [Ppoclal to The Times-Dispatch. ] PKTTCKSAU'HC. VA., 1-Vlniiary ?!.? The Dadies* Memorial Association at the meeting y? -sterdav afternoon fully endorsed the movement inauirtn ated l?y tlie Sons of Veterans for the building of a Memorial llall or Hattle Abbey in Petersburg. ami will ai<l In carrying the movement to a success. The as sociation completed payments on the massive ami beautiful granite arch costii t ?4,noi'. erected in Blatidford Comctory as a memorial to the soldiers of the Confederacy whose remains rest there This splendid arch takes the place of the ono Mown down during a storm iwo years ago. It is an Impos ing: as well as permanent structure. A. P. Mill Camp of Veterans, at its meeting night beforp last, indorse...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

PARI TWO SPORTS fftdjmonft 65th YEAR SPORTS PART TWO , FEBRUARY 7, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS Soldier Athletes Capture Two Cups and the City Athletic Championship. HEUBI DID - NOT COMPETE Star Runner Gives Severe Cold as an Excuse?Gentry Beats "Fergy" McRee. point wi.wr.ns. llltlFN 42 Mcfilll lit ll<MTlt/.rrn 14 Church Mill O lt? rlon ilrlglitn :t i.M)ivini Ai, point wiXNKiis. ?MPitoe llurtnn Mimiirl (?rnlrj Iloll l-'lnnrunn K nlgli II y ItilNkr-|| S priiocr l(l?' li nrdnon .lift uru; \ niighiin Word Wand 'I'rnckrr A ndrrmm I'rl Vfjr llnldtvln .> IhhIc) Although the competition was much keen or and tho events closer than on former occasions, the Richmond Light Infantry Hlues' track team won the highest number of points in the Kieh mond Amateur Athletic Federation meet last night In Sixth Street Armory, thereby annexing the championship of N'e city, Ihe prize for which Is a hand home cuj The infantry boys also car ;l-d 'if first honors In the championship leiay, and will be awarded...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

typo, but ho will have to no some to! reach tho heights of peculiarity his J famous hiitocodents attained. IwnKlnc llltitxuix nnd \\ lllnril. Mike Gibbons is to be congratulated j for his temerity in consenting to meet Ounboat Smith in a bout hoto. At last; tho St. 1'nul flash seems to have de- ' volopeil that ambition lie lias been in i need of so long. It' ho really is sin coro In his announctd Intention of sail- ; Ing Into tho white hope brigade, there will be some of the most interesting ring battles of the decade shortly. There are plenty of followers of tin- j iistlc name right here in New York) who li<?ld a mighty respect for Gib- j bons's ability in Ills new venture. They j reason that his cleverness in ducking blocking and side-stepping when at long range will enaiile him to nullify: any advantage the heavy-weights J might hold because of possessing long- j er reach than ho. Anil they believe lie will bo able- to get Inside their guard for close work or else tire a swing...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

I?Htliusitistic Mooting Hold at New port Illllitml Parlor Friday Night. Kchcdule Is Adopted. WINNING TEAM TO KKCKIV10 $50 llroitint linking Company Flvo Drops Out, and Cooks Take the Vacant IMaoe?Might Clulis, Kvenly Match e<J, to Strive for Honors. At a mcetng of tho captains of tho <Jroater Hlc.hmond Tcnpln League held at tho Newport billiard parlor Friday nigh t everything was arranged to tnako tho start of tho league tourney Tues day night on the Newport runs a ?uc CCSS. All tho teams reported a full line-up and two squads selected new names un der which they will he known In the future. The prlze list was re-arranged and Instead of every team participating In the spoils, five only will bo awarded cash at the end of the season. Tho prize of |3 for high set of three uames made by the individual bowler "n each team stands tho team prizes will grade u*i follows: Team flnl?hlng\ first, $50. Team finishing second, $25. Team finishing third, $20. Team finishing fourth, $10. team...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

ORMZED LEAGUE SHOOTING IN THE U. S. Started In the Summer of 1009 by Two Prominent Member* of Cap ital Rifle Club of Washington. NOW COVERS THE COUNTRY JLast Year's Competitions Proved Successful ? Teams Representing National Guard of Several States Form This Year. ny KRAXK J. KAHRS, AMorlntr Edl<or, Arms nnd the Mjin. Shooting men generally know that there are n number of regularly or ganised leagues for shooting. repre senting practically evory branch of the sport. The general public, however, reads little or nothing on the subject and. except through an occasional para graph In the dally press, seldom come* In contact with any news concerning league activities. Notwithstanding, the fact remains that schoolboys, college men nnd Just plain, every-day civilians go to their club ranges each week and shoot in competition with others of their class with the rifle, revolver and pistol. Kven ? largo majority of shooting men do not know that It was but five years ago that the first org...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

drop-forging a MIRACLE I IN MAKING MODERN cars; I Single Proem* Thnt Hun Itrvolution- I I?c?I the Making u' HtronKi I.l?lit Aiituo. I'o a great extent the tremendous f production recordti attained by the ?arger American motor car motorics In the past few years have been accom- ! .dished through the rapid strides made ! "i '.he development of tlie urt of drop From the very beginning of the auto - I nubilo Industry, engineers have soustht ! ? means of obtaining maximum ; ? (length In the parts subjected to ' ? ieavy strain, without adding useless i velglit to the completed car. Drop ! Gorging and the use of high-grade ?rome Vanadium steel proved the solu- ; lion of the problem, and to-day the ' nanufacturer who builds the majority j ?>t" the parts used in his car, counts an 1 '.'lliciont forge shop as one of his most j valuable possessions. Our old friend, the village black-j smith, was the llrst drop forger. H/>tne fifty years ago, a member of this 1 brotherhood evolved the sch...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

AMATEUR BSSEBALUSTS SHOW GREAT ACTIVITY / Clubs Tlicy Played Lnst Season Arc I'ndor Format ion for the Cham pionship l-"itil?t. MERCHANTS ARE INTKRESTEP Reeofjnl'inn Advertising Kent tire of the I.oeai Amateur (James, They Will (Jive the Kichmond Amateur Commission Hearty Support. Tli.it tho Richmond amateur baseball reason of 1 r?l "? will prove more siutcss ful than over poos without saying, judging from reports received by tlu> commission. Fncotiraglnir reports are not only beiiic reoeived from clubs i that pl.iyd the commission last ; season, but from prominent citizens,; who in ! ??? i -is:. failed t<> recognize the class of ball put up bv the amateurs of Richmond. Several of the foremost merchants of Richmond have signiliod i th<ir ir't-" :i -n of putting teams in the i ticb" the < ? -nh:g season, as they fully recoirnize :!;e amount of advertising i r.'c'. ivt .: f- i> s source. not only to j t'ii." op. >. 1 -it ti? tho city of Rich- I J] ' 'i - well Thre...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

H RECORDS Sill IN ! AUTOMOBILE CLASSICS! Exposition Course nt Sun Francisco Likely to See Record of 80 Mllo Average. 1 HILLY CARLSON'S PREDICTION Driver of Maxwell Inspects Trucks and Says Sensational Time Will Re Miule?Grand Prize unci Vuuder blit Cup IOvents on February 22-27. That the course ln?l<le tlio exposition Brounds nt San Francisco will offer tlio crack motor car race drivers opportunl ' Ues greater In several respects than those of the Indianapolls Speedway Is tho prediction of Billy Carlson, now world's nonstop champion, who is now in the exposition city, and who has Just made an inspection of the course. Carlson predicts that, as tho result oft ' the two line straightaways on tho four inllo course, new records 'will be estab lished for both the grand pt-lr.o and the Vanderbllt cup events, which will bo raced February 22 and 27, respective ly. llo believes that the winner of the former event will log close to seventy nine miles an hour, and that tho Van derbilt winne...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

ROCKEFELLER DIRECTED BUREAU'S ACTIVITIES Dr. Allon Resigned From Hotly When Trust cos Sided Against Him in Mat tor. M A K K S HKCO.MMKNUATIONS Wants Foil oral Industrial Commis sion to Investigate I'ses of Car ncgie 1'eace Fund ? t'ntermyor Takes Shot at the .Morgans. (.Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 NKW YORK, February C.?Pr. Wtl 11rr. li. Allen, who resigned from the Itureau of Municipal Research on the I'liarpe that .lohn P. Rockefeller, Jr.. was trying to dominate the work of the iiiircau, to-iinv quoted Mrs. lv II llarrimnn as sayins with repard to Mr. Rockefeller's activities: "Nothlnp lias rvcr inntlo me realize :is does this what a grasp money has on this country. Who Is this man, atnl what has he ever <lone to Justify his telllnp the bureau what we may or may not do" What has he ever done (or New Vorlt that makes him the proper jinlpe of our wor*. ami what is his paltry Jl 0.000 toward our pro gram?'* This statement was made at the final session to-day of the Federal Ind...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Itichinond and the South jftdimond 65th YEAR RICHMOND VA., Second News Section Editorial. Real Kitato and Want Ad PART THREE PRICE FIVE CENTS Turks Seem to Have Set Out to Accomplish Impossible Feat. DEFENSE almost perfect If Invaders Get Across Desert, They Will Find Powerful Army Confronting Them. l? Th? T"n<?-Dispatch ] A no. February fi.-All. or nearly now defending the finer. ' hp,?"P to the Indian native army l ? "I? I,npcr,al Service rontIndents tribute j" n*? Princes of India con to the empire's defense. '? '? really ? ble?s,nK m' disguise 1 ? , ,"*C "at,VC r'-el'nentH are de ir?C!o ri :rrpt- ,f they ,,a" ??"c . '.'o landers they would have been he 'rrvre,y by th? ?-..t m WOU d he 7' n,,'J Pr0bab'>- ??ck lists would be I,favy. U ,8 ;i niljlUk M?ppose that all Indians are affected 'Ions'" T'?' TH? f:urk,,aa Ktan" varla on? of ,eiripornturo vrry w#>1] , nrc s'""e'lines perishing nights u iere the I'unjalis come f...

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