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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 February 1915

IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Trjr a Claaatflrd Ad. >? (h* Situation Wanted Column. la n word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH $?id)tnonil STirae^Pi^patcl) RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915. CHIC FASHION HINTS or laealcalikle Yalne may be found dally la the black aal whit* ?kttchca oai the Woman'a Fag*, THE TIMES-DISPATCH The ccniTns Mfner&RKoa4s; Centre Men's Shirts K's quite an unusual situation that permits nfcn to secure such excellent Shirts at So, if you have not already done so, we trust you will attend the sale to-day. It will fascinate one to come in contact with Shirts containing so much in the way of quality of materials; such good fitting Shirts and such clever patterns; stripe and color combinations, etc. In advance of your coming, here's our word for it that the values are the BEST that have been offered to Richmond men in a long while. To all of which you'll agree when you come and see. Soft Cuff Shirts* of woven \ . ^ 1 r* madras ) I I 1 Soft Cuff Shirts, of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

"T'lp 'w* ?v * t ' * ? THE SUBURBAN HOME Yob u? looking for mar be admtlacd to-dar la the cliMlfled Mlomm. (lead the *di. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Kidimonil @TimcS-piS)ia{ri} TO KEEP INFORMED On mRtlrra of Importance ta city. State and nation. 700 need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOI.VMR OS M'MHKK 45 RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915 FIFTY PAGES V&OT"? CLOUDY PRICE FIVE CENTS PUNS COMPLETED FOR COMPROMISE House Leaders Expect to Rush New Ship-Purchase Bill Through. ROCKS AHEAD IN SENATE Republicans Prepared to Fight It j as They Have Pending Measure. WASHINGTON, February 13.?While Senate Democrat marked time In the ship-purchase bill fight to-day. House leaders completed plans for rushing tho administration compromise proposal through that body by the end of next week. Under a special rule introduced to-day. the House would lio Riven only six hours to debate tha compromise plan, which will be laid before a House Democratic caycus on Monday night for approval. ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

Strong Positions, May Check German A dvance announcement of his belief that wheat would fall In price. It sold nt Northampton to-tlny nt I?S shillings a quarter, u decline of 12 shillings HEPEATEI> ATl'KMl'TS IIV AlltMK.V TO REACH lIKI'SSiaK BERLIN, February 13 (by wireless telegraphy to London, 7 P. M.).?-Ite- j prated attempts have been made of late by British and French airmen to reach Brussels. On Thursday of this week, an English aeroplane approached the Belgian capital. A German aeroplane ascended, and a tierce tight ensued. The British machine suddenly crashed' to the ground, nn<l Its two occupants; were picked up dead. ItKTIHUMKVT OF Kl'SSlA, WAR'S BIGGEST FACTOR j l.ONT?ON, February IS.?Retirement of the Busslans from llast Prussia and; the British air raid on the Belgian const appear the biggest factors in the mill-! tarv situation. On the other hand, the diplomatic field would seem to be, dominated by the American notes to ?ireat Britain and Germany-...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

EARL DOZIER CHARGED WITH ATTEMPT AT FRAUD Said to Have Tried to "Work ShortChange Game in Drug Store. AKRKBTKD APTKIl LONG CHASE Hypodermic Needle and Small Quantity of Morphine Found on Young Man, Who Says He Is From Norfolk. Karl Dozler, twenty-six years old. J who claims to hnvo come from N'or- | folk, was arrested earlv last night by Pollcotpan Hooker, on a charge of heinn a pusplclous character, suspected of attempted larceny, after n chase which extended from First and Uroad StreotB to Eighth and Marshall. A hypodermic needlo and a small quantity of morphine was found In the man's possession, and It Is thought ho Is addicted to the druK habit. Mo will bo held until arraigned in Police Court to-morrow morningPoliceman Hooker, in citizen's clothes, was standing In Polk Miller's drug store, near First and Hroad Streets, early. In the evening, when Dozlcr and another young man entered. Dosrier selected a can of talcum powder," and went to the cashier's desk to pay for the purchase...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

WOMEN ARGUE STRONGLY FOB EMU SUFFRAGE MiM Knto flordon, of New Orlonns, and Mrs. Stephen Putney Make Addresses. MK8. C. V. MKItEDITH PKKSIDKS Question, Miss Gordon Says, Is Merely Whether South Will Art Through States or Ho Forced Through I'edprnl Amendment. "What 1 want to know is, who gave men the right In representative form of government to pay whether or not women shall vote?" It was Miss Kate Oordon, of New Orleans, who In a brilliant address on the subject of votes for tho {Southern woman Inst night In the auditorium of the Jefferson Hotel, niiulo this very pertinent query. The oocnelon was a mass-meeting held under the auspices of the Kuqal Suffrage I^eafrue of Richmond, at which Miua Oordon and Mrs. Stephen Putney, of Wythville, were the speakers The audience, us Mrs. Tutney said. wa? necessarily an intelligent one. being n Richmond nudlence, mid many telling points were made hv both speakers. WOStA.V SlTT-'ltAOB A FACT, ,\OT AX liXPKItlMKYT Miss Gordon rh.1.1 thnt people m...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

BUILDING WOT SUBMITS HIS nrai Permits Were Issued Through His Onice for $:t,2M>J,571 of Const ruction. N<> APPEALS DURING YKAIl Expensive Itephlrs at Cltj* .Tall Show : Cost of Maintaining Old-Style an<l ' Ma<lly Designed Structure?Use of : Auditorium Is Increasing. Building Inspector John E. Butler ' has completed Mh annual report, and : It has been transmitted to Mayor AIns- . I I he report states that the building: j operations of the city for tho year 1914 1 aggregated $3,391,571, and In addition i there was Issued U89 verbal or olOco j permits, authorizing minor repairs and I the erection of small sheds. During the past year the city has j completed and occupied tho two-story i nnd basement fireproof school build- j l'>K located at the northwest corner I of Twenty-sixth and J?elgh Streets ami known ns the Springfield School. The brick annex to the Baker School, < "lured, s as also completed ami oecupi?...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

OF REVENUE MEASURE Hon#* Has Completed Its Work on BUI, Wltli Exception of Three Section^. GOES TO SENATE WEDNESDAY IlBance Committee Has Machinery BUI Almost Ready for Rejwrt to H o u n e ? Maximum Freight-Car Bill (jom Over. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 RALEIGH, N C. February 13.?With the except ton* of three sections, left open for final adoption la committee of (hi whole on Monday, the House roupded up Its consideration of the revenue Mil to-day, and as soon as these three sections are adopted the hill will be Riven its second roll call reading:, and then the flnal reading will follow on Tuesday. The bill will be duly engrossed on that afternoon, and will be ready for the Senate to take up on Wednesday. The Finance Committee has the machinery bill almost ready for introduction. and it will come into the House early in the coming week. Consideration ?'f the bill for the fixing; of a maximum limit of fifty > cars for freight trains In this State ] was "lndfcflntteij...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

NEGBO SAYS HE SHE FALSELY AGAINST BECKER Witiio.sk nt' Triul, in Ailldiivlt, I)ctiarcs lie |)|<I Not Know Hose, Weldier or Krliepps. i'i:uki\s is not si Ki?msi:i) District Attorney ltefers to KfTortH . .Made to Force Man tct Sign Ktateincnt Tlint His Testimony Was I'ntruo?Argil went Next Month. i'lflhAniOLPllIA, February 13.?John is. Johnson, ii Now York lawyer, said here to-night thai James Marshal^ the | li'Urn who wan a witness In the ca?o j of C'liarlea Becker, under eente-ice of 1 death for the murdor or Herman Isosenihal In New Vork. had slym-d a statement In tlie form of an atlhlavit to tin- cfr.-ot that he swore falsely at Becker's second trial. Marshall signed a four-i?i?B? atlldavlt in the presence of witMesses, setting forth that his words on the stand were false. lie Indicated In writing that the Now Vork district attorney's ollloe Inlluencod him to testify as the prosecu- | tion wished, under threat of arrest and Imprisonment. MAIIK ICAI.SK Al-'I'IDA V1T &...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

Immense Sums Rein* Turned Ix>ose to Member Hunks for Commercial Vse. CON SO 1.1 DAT I'D STAT K M K N T Twelvo Reserve Ranks Had Knormonsly Increased Tlieir Gold Reserve'ib.ritiK Vast Week?System Is Now in Full Swing. With rediscount* more than threequarters of a million dollars for the past week tho replonal reserve bank s demonstrating- Its wide field of usefulness in handllnp the paper of banks. The la rpe fund of the res, rx brink not betms hoartit <1, but K K ,?rncd loose to other banks who. In turn, llnd it very l o|n-enUM>t to |Hscount nil commercial paper for ^The* reserve hank Is now handling a Kreit deal of money, as most of tho rediscounts have been on -^.rt-term naner. these amounts are beinu rtn,l> taken up hv the member banks and new ioans marie by the Id* Federal tlnanclal institution located in this clt>. The follow In k report of the condition of the Federal Reserve Hank at Richmond at the close of business on Fr...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

WHIT WILL FRANCE BE WHEN WAR IS ENDED? Philosophers, Scientists and Doctors Are Speculating on Question of Future Conditions. AIJ' i<ook ox bright side They Relieve Hare Will Be Stronger, Hotter ant] Xobler a? Hesult of i I'iery Ordeal Tlirougli Which It Ik J Passing I'ARIS, February 1 3.--"Frnnce nnd 'ho French After the War" Is the subject of much speculation by philosophers, scientists and doctors. Kmlle ?L?iU iT0^* l',e French philosopher, 1 thinke Franco will come out of the trial , . r and Rreatcr In spite of nil of tho ' e?t_rUctlo? of llfu and property. So many huinnn lives taken, so mnnv I masterpieces of the past reduced to powder, so much artistic and material ! wealth annihilated, stuplfles us nnd leaves our souls In Incurable pain," be says. "All these sacrifices, however,! may In certain ways contribute direct- I ?y to the betterment of life in our! country. ""r cities ami the country contain h Brent many unhealthy habitations," l , ''Cclares. "that we were ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

'MILITIA OOMPH COMES UP TO GOVERNMENT MARK f'onipanjr O, Richmond Gray*' Battalion, No linger in Fear of Dlsbandraent. OFFICERS TO RK APPOINTED Colonel Perry Will Put Competent Men In Charge of Reorganised Command?Annual Inspection to Ho Held This Week. Company C, Richmond Grays 8at'allon, First Infantry, which several months ago was threatened with dlsDandmrnt, hat at last been recruited up to the required standard for Infantry companies. It now has fifty-eight enlisted men on Its rolls, and one officer. Additional officers will be appointed this week by Colonel William J. Perry, commander of the First Regumcnt, and It Is expected that the company will pnss through the government Inspection with an excellent mark. Disbnndment orders will then be rescinded. The recruiting of tho company has boen a hard task, and one which has meant much work. At the annual State inspection Inst fall, the company had only eighteen enlisted men present. Colonel Jo Lane Stern. assl.stimt Inspector-gene...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

E PROGRESS IN STATES Action of Slxty-Thlnl Congress in Allowing Amendment to Come to | Vote lias Marked Effect. SKVEN liKCilKLATl'HKS A C T j Favorable Vote Taken in One or llotli Houses?In Others Measure is lie-, yond Committee Stage, and Is Now Pending. f Spoo 1:?1 to The Tlmes-Pispatch.] \V ASH I NO. TON, February 13.?The; action of the Sixty-third Congross in break Ing all prccc?l,knls and allow ini5 the woman suffrage amendment to come | to a vote is having a marked effect on Stat* Legislatures. This week sees the lapse of a month j since t !ivote was taken in the House on January 12. on the I'.ristow-Mon-dell amendment to the Federal Oonstl- . tution. 1 Miring that time suffrage sue- ( ,-esses have followed one another in various State Legislatures with a rapid- ; u\ that is unprecedented in the histovy of the movement. Seven State Legislatures have taken , favorable a? tbu in one or both houses, ( nnd in others th? amendment has passed i the committee stage and is now pending...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

ARl TWO SPORTS PART TWO 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS MANAGER DUNN AND SEVERAL PLAYERS WHO WILL MAKE AN EFFORT TO LAND PENNANT FOR RICHMOND SMITH AND DUNN TQ ATTEND MEETING International League Will Hold Important Session in New York To-Morrow. PLAYERS ANXIOUS TO REPORT j Richmond College Spiders Will Aid Virginians to Shape Up for Championship Season. To-morrow the attention of the. local baseball fains will bo centred in New York, whore the meeting of the International. l.oasne will In- held, and it is fondiy hoped that the circuit will be so arranged as to place the Jersey City franchise in the Uronx. President Smith, of the Richmond Kxhihition Company, will leave to-night on the 8:20 o'clock train for the metropolitan city, and In Baltimore will he Joined by manager Jack Dunn. Smith, as the president of the local cluh. will be admitted to the conferences. and 'will put forward the claims of this city for holiday and week-end dates. Tt is li...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

connection with the playing end of the game. Hettlnu, bribery of umpire* ami plots to ?ten! tho vlgnnls of a rival team form the ground work for malty such yarns. One story of this stripe wait passed around In certain circle* In New Torli recently, ami as told. It seemed plaublble ill u number of ways, and also apparently based upon wood authority. It was tho kind which would have buen seised upon eagerly by foo* of the gume and. if over printed, would have been bound to do a certain amount of harm even though everybody concerned Issued a complete truthful denial of It. When tho rumor reached the writer's ears the American I.eapuo mngnntm were meeting here In New York. President Unit Johnson was sought out. ami the whole tale told to him Just at it had been heurd. He got in touch with the various parties connected with It and learned thai there was no basis In actual fact for the story. An idle remark made us a Josh was the foundation upon which the whole thing was built, it seems. ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

RICHMOND COLLEGE WINS BASKETBALL CONTEST I Staj;e Brilliant Contest on Floor of j Howitzers' Armor)', and Defeat \ William and Mary by 5 Point*. ! I'UKBISKHT AND 11EHTHIIKY HTAlt Spiders, by Their Victory, Htill Have! Chance for the Championship Cup. j Next I/oral Onmo Will lie With I the Yellow Jacketh. In their flr?t appearance in a rtiampionshlp contest at home, the ttpldnr liasketbull toum sucoiiclvd in nosing out the tlvc from William and Mary hy the oloso score of !J2 to 17. It wax "illy after the hardest kind of a. fU:ht that tho local team wan able to finish on tho top side. The game wan probably the fastest played here thin Menson. Tho two teams were well matched, and only tho superior strength of tho Spider* gave them the victory. In tho I ant ten minutes of the name there were only three polntK separating tho two teariiH, and !t wan only In the last minute of play that Wood slipped a nuat banket In, und thus Riive two more polntH to the Spiders' lead. The game marled off ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

BASEBALL COMMISSION MEETS WEDNESDAY NIGHT (lianas in Rules nnA Reflations Will Re Submitted by Committee Appointed at Ija-st Session. AWARD SCH W ARZSCIII LP CTT Most Valuable Player to His Club ? Last Season Will Receive Trophy ns Reward for Good Work?LineI'p of Two Leagues to Ho Selected. The meetlm of the Amateur Baseball Commission, which was scheduled to meet Tuesday llsbt at the National State and City Rank. has been postponed tstit! 1 Wednesday nlRht at v .. look President 11111 Is anxious that all memlxTn of tbe commission t>n present at this mooting, as matters of Importance will be pone lnt<>. Th? < ommiitee appoint* d at the last meetlnp to make liancs In the rules' and recti lat: : ^ is ? \p< cted to make their report, and as thero will bo sev- . i U ohavces f imp ? rtance. it is hoped that the entire commission will be ? ?? tbat tb.? changes will be '.'loroughlv understood In fore they are .1 opt! ! It :.? also expe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Richmond and the Hbuth Richmond Second News Section Editorial, Real Estate and Want Ad Pages PART THREE 65th YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS Even Germans and Rigors of War Can't Take That Away From Them. TOUCH OF LIFE AT FRONT Young Officer, in Cheery Letter, Describes What Men Are Undergoing. I Special Oa ble to The Times-Dlnpatch-l I .ON DON, February 13.?Despite the rigors of a winter campaign, the Hrltl?h In Flanders manage to retain that national Henae of humor which Itudyarrt Kipling thinks is a world monopoly of his countrymen. Here in an example of this cheerfulness In a letter written by a young oftlcer at trie f rnnt: ?'.fust after finishing off that letter to yuu, canto in to sav he had an interesting little Job on. He was to get through after dark to an Infantry battalion with which headquarters had lost touch, owing, it won thought, to the telephone wires having been cut by shell fire...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

Hustling Chamber of Commerce Doing Things?New Industries Coming. KXOKMOVS IIOKSK B1-B1NK88 Virginia's Great Seaport Profits by Kuropean War?An Knor.nous ltuslness in the Horse Traffic. Mighty Shipments lleing Made. IsKWPORT NRWS, VA.. February 13. The war In Europe has burt some Virginia towns. nnd many otbor towns In this great and glorious country tl.at nro not In Virginia, but In a way It has helped some other towns. Newport, Now* Is one of tho towns that has been helped, nnd helped mightily, lbo, local columns of The Tlmes-Pispatch, some of other columns have, liccn tolling front day to day about the larne shipments of grain ?>?'1 her. and other things that have been going j but from Newport News to the Buro- , pean ^countries that are n?w i hut the magnitude of this horse ship- j pinft business and how it helps a ong i? ? coinmercial way has never been explained In these or any other columns F?AfsUa'PmaUerV'of fact the ^?Port thev had good reason for so doing. llnYti...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 February 1915

STOCK NIIOOETWELT WITH MAI RUCTIONS Attendance Is Hmnll and Selling for Foreign Account Unusually Heavy. STKKIi C.'OKK DOWN A POINT Hoys Are l'laying Marbles in SOreeO, Wlileh Means Hprlng Is Near, WiOli Its Usual Optimism Among Traders?Conditions Favorable. n\ BHOAOMN W.M.I.. XKW YOttlC. February 13 ?For h short ' session. to-day'* market win lively, with ninny reactions. Th? attendance In the j m-at" small, which was unfortunate. . as selling for foreign accouut win unusual- I Iv h?avy. St?el dropped a point. There I" a story that ji large ?ii"rt ?over""! on Thursduy. hii'1 j l?> day'* fiutlnn wai natural mill without j *?n> reference to change* In the steel lni!<l- j i ???? New Haven fell ; points, and N?'? Vorl. ? cntral dropped I ?' Moth these Issue* probnhl> ?re selling above liitrlnslr values ' onlers were weak Heading dee 11 nln g from '"> to *.13%. Theri Is excellent re:i?on for I hat Nev York ?'antral Is marketing some...

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