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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

German Army Reported Crushed by Russians in Poland IMERICAS MAY UNITE I TO EXCLUDE WARSHIPS It Is Proposed to l)?n) Vessels of Belligerent Nations Access to Ports on This Side. j ||?A8UKK OF PRESERVATION i ;United States Asked to Co-Operute in Move to Safeguard and Restore Trade of Pan-American Countries j Disturbed by Conflict in Europe. J WASHINGTON, November 20.?Tho United States government has been asked by tho principal South American nations to eo-opora'to with them In negotiations with European belliger ents to bring about tho exclusion of i all belligerent warships from tho wa- j tcrs of hte two Amcricas and safeguard | the "trade of Pan-American countries j with each other. Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay! have laid their suggestions before the j Washington government, while the j Brazilian government is considering j taking a similar step. Virtually ail . the Central and South American ' countries liaVe been circularized by j some of ^the principal nations, result- . in...

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. — 27 November 1914

JUSTICE HOLMES DOITS IFFHK HOD FAIR THIOL He Renders Informal Opinion, Point* ing.Out 'Where There Was Not Dae Course of Law. WRIT OF ERROR 18 REFUSED Feels That He Is Bound by Decision of Supreme Court of Georgia That Motion to Set Aside Came Too Late. WASHINGTON. November 26.?An nouncement was made by counsel for Leo if. Frank, the Atlanta, Ga.. fac tory superintendent, convicted of the murder of" Mary I'hagan, that Justice Holmes had refused to Issue a writ of error for the Supreme-Court to review the case. At the same time Justice Holmes rendered an Informal opinion, according to one of Frank's attorneys, in which lie stated lie liad very serl 6us doubts If Frank had- had a fair .trial, because of the trial taking place In the presence of a hostile demonstra tion and seemingly dangerous crowd. Application will, be made to the en tire court on Monday for the writ. INFOIIMAL STATEMENT OK JC8TICI3 HOLMES The Informal statement by Justice Holmes follows: "I understand that I am to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

THREE SCENES IN YESTERDAY'S STIRRING GR D1RON BATTLE GoroljriGTyy'jng&jBj-e&Ji.TXuxjcicfA Vxj^znxs.'slfl/z.e ^ C&olinAttdJ2?2j?Ld ttcfexn OwrxGocx,! VIRGINIA'S GENERALSHIP TOG MBCH FOR CAROLINA Blue and Orange Colors to the Fore in Annual Football Struggle?Tar heels Defeated, ^20 to 3. GOOCH AND MAYER THE STARS Coleman, Homewood, Tayloc and Tandy Also in Spotlight?Eighth Consecutive Victory for Charlottes ville Gridiron Warriors. Again North Carolina line tasted the sorry ^ruel of defeat prepared by Vir ginia and administered with regu larity each Thanksgiving Day. Kor the ninth consecutive time the team representing the Old North State has beet)' overwhelmed, the scoro yester day being 20 to 3. The game was played at Broad Street Park before the largest crowd that evor witnessed an athletic contest In this city or State. North Carolina came to Richmond as It has done before?primed for victory, which would wlpo out tho defeats of | the past decade. But It was not for Nor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

GREATEST LIVING DANCER HILLS HUGE AUDIENCE Anna Pavlowa and Splendid Com pany Present Brilliant Perform ance at Academy. 'VOMN1NE REMAINS FAVORITE HtulTs of Two Governors in Resplen dent Uniforms. With Large Party of Official* of Two State#, and Football Players Occupy Boxes. IIV DOl'GI.AM OOltDON'. To moat of Ihe thousands who made ?. Joyous holiday In Richmond yester day, football was the all-absorbing subject artd Ita immediate local mani festation u thing of glory or of Har row. But to the comparative few, numerous though they were, tho day wan uJgultlcant because thoy taw Pav lowa rtanco. And to these tho day will bo memorable, bccauHC while tho others saw another of a long eerlcB of guinea, they Haw for the tiret time? most of them?the greatest exponent of ji great art In all the world. ? lleforo the Governor of North Car olina and the Governor of Virginia; before the dance-worn, ball-scarred veteran a of their military families and before an audience that occupied every one o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

licfjmonii ?me?-fli$palrl) THE TIJIE8, Pnnim THE DISPATCH. FooadfO... Pabll?kr4 every <l?j |M the 7??r by The Times. Dispatch Pnbllahlof Company. Inc. Addmi all i communication* to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH. V\?h*"TV?h Bu"ain*'10South Tenth nCLBPHOSE, IUXDOLPII % ?"j* 10 8?U,h S<r~* Sooth Klrhravnd 8|r<>e< PetersM.r* ,0o North Sycamore Street lonrhlturs K,Bh|h 8|rc<.J HASBROOK. STORY * BROOKS. INC., Special Advertising Representatives. T?,Plt; K,ftb Avenue I hllndclphla. Mutual l.lfe Building thlcBRu People's Um Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES n> MAII, One St* Three One I OSTA(<I2 PAID Year. Mod. Mow. Mo. Dolly nnd Sunday... .90.00 Jtt.OO ?1.60 $ 55 Dully only 4.00 2.00 I .00 :i5 Sunday only 3.00 1 .OO .50 .25 By Times-Dispatch Carrier Delivery Service la Richmond (and aubarlii) and Petersburg Dolly *? 'th Suhday, one week IR eenta Dally rrlthout Sunday, one neck 10 cents h""d?y ???* i 5 cental " i Enter*d January 27. 1005, at Richmond. Va.. as ?econri-cinas rani' -r nn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

Household Interests :>o SOCIETY Personal N o t e s THE DANSANT AT JEFFERSON GIVEN BY GIRLS' CLUB 11 f" ' Weekly Dance ?< Westmoreland Club To>M|ht?Nr?. Landttnct to Kntcrtstn at Luarh, Mrs. Robert Davy Eaglesflold and lior tjrnall aon. Hobert Davy ISagleu Ucld, Jr., .arrived In Richmond W?d i.'juday evoning, and arc now tho ruotflB of Mr. and Mrs. Hasklna Hob sun at their homo, near Don Air. Mr. and Mrs. Raglosfleld will shortly move from Indianapolis, Ind., to this city, whoro they will make their homo. Mr. and Mrh. J. Hasklns HobBon have returned to Virginia, after visiting relatives In tho WcBt for an extended may, and aro now at their country place, "Mt Airy," In Powhatan County. AfTalrn of To-Day. Mra. John l^andstreet la giving a luncheon at tho Westmoreland Club to-day for tho debutante* and some of tho visiting men lioro for Thanksgiv ing, In honor Of her guest, MIkiJ L.ouIbo Broylos, of Atlanta, Ga., and MIbb Mary Jumes Masalo, of tho University of Virginia, who le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

DICK HARVEY'S TOE WINS FOR!. P. I.TEAM For Second Time In Three Weeks j Sturdy Little Iieft End Hoots llnll Through Posts. SHVBX THOUSAND SEE (iAMH j Ideal Weather Conditions and Two I Hands Help to Stir Up Enthusiasm. Hard - Fouglit but Clean Hat tie Featured at Koanoke. . . . 1 - ROANOKE, VA., November "G.?The sure too of I'll ok Harvey again gave "Virginia Polytechnic Institute a vic tory this afternoon, when he repeated liis feat of kicking goal from Held, giving tiie Techs the game. 3 to 0. over , Virginia Military Institute. Harvey j performed the same: stunt here two weeks ago, whey lie earned a S to 0. victory ever Agricultural and Mechani cal. Seven thousand people witnessed the : game; which was stubbornly fouglit.' anil was anybody's contest until the! i'snal quarter, whin Harvey, the hero of' the day, wrested the victory l'or Blacks* burg. The weather was ideal, and both cadet corps, with bands, weru on hand, and added to the enthusiasm of the vast throng. At the beginni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

mi WELCOMES chs nil Salute of Seventeen Guns Fired by Howitzers u Party Enters Capitol Square. IlECEPTION AT JEFFERSON Secretary of Navy Daniels, Governor . Craig and Other Prominent North Carolinians Guests of Governor at Dinner at Commonwealth Club. The result of yesterday's football game, however disappointing to tho ,r'Jl Carolinians, cust no gloom .over he elaborate program of entertain ments given In honor of tho visitors. Receptions, luncheons, a theatre party and a ball were tho main social func ona at which Governor Locke Craig", members ot hl? staff and other North Carolinians were entertained by Gov crnor Henry Stuart, Virginia officials and Richmond North Carolinians. The official party of visitors was of ficially welcomes upon Its arrival yes terday morning at Alain Street Station y Virginia officials, and the firing of ealutos by the Richmond llowltzors welcoming the Tarheels to Richmond marked tho arrival of tho executlvo Party. Besides tho official reception committe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

SEDIOUS ACCIDENT OCCURS WHILE HUNTING Orla L. llritton Wou uded by Dis charge of Guu Carried by Companlou. HIS CONDITION IS CIIITICAJ, Injured Sinn Carried to Jetersville for I . Medical Aid?His Two Brothers J Were in Hunting Party With Other | Richmond Men. i Orla L. Brltton, a painter. living at 802 Mosby Street, was seriously, if not fatally, injured on a hunting trip yesterday, when Robert A. Foncs's | gun was accidentally discharged, and i the entire load struck Britton near the top of the right side of the head. Brltton, w 1th Pones, who lives at 013 North Twenty-second Street: his i two brothers, W. J. Brltton, 71 "> North > Twenty-second Street; A. L.. Britton, 510 North Thirty-fourth Street, and John Dishman, who lives with Fones, went to Jetersville yesterday morning for a Thanksgivnlg hunting trip. They were about five miles from town and had been In the Held several hours when the accident happened. Mrs. W- J. Brltton last night told a* representative of The Times-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

piriimoriil ?mejHBfcpalclj sixTT-roijR'ni yeah' ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN' THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE* YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH AXDOIiPII 1 I HANDOM'H WANT AD. RATES. 'All.y, on* cant u word when paid In ad vauee. No ad. taken for le*3 than 10 cent it. CNDAV, ono and one-half cents a word Cor all nlaKHlfled 'n-Js. except Situations-Wanted at one cent a word. No' ad. taken for Ichb than 15 cents. k'O ADS. taken for Ices thnn EJ cents when charged or phoned In. Phonod orders not C<:?rpntecd. Cla?slflcntlona not guarantoud aft*r ?:W P. M. LOrff AND FOUND itjSI'. somewhere betweon High School Hullding and Lombardy, a package rom Miller & Rhoads, containing red Ilk ehlrt. Reward If returned to Miss h 1027 West Grace. JTIIAYED, from 1S18 Hark Avenue, white and black femalo pointer. '?r?w b'ttck spot on back and ono side ?f' fuco.. Annworu to nutne of Zet. hone Iloulevard 1010. Reward. OST, boy'B gray coat. In Held between Monument and l'ark AvonueB...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 November 1914

READ THE WANT ADS Th?y-tc|l of opportunities (or wlitcli you may have beta look-. i"tf? j,. THE TIMES-DISPATCH i LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About Ulwtlnotly fcailnlnr thin** that Moravn nsnt to know? every tiny ?n THE TIMES-DISPATCH ii -nrrm rnrrriiwTiTiiliiBii^ .II-"-? I \k fUdpnond EimesPi^patch_ RICHMOND. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. Store Closes Every Day at 0 o'CIock. Special Announcement! Since October we have added SIXTY-EIGHT- em ployees to our regular normal force. We still require some more capable salesgirls. Applicants may apply to Mr. Bates, Main Ottice. MILLER & RHOADS. Friday Specials In Our Ready-to Wear Dep't. Women's and d* 1 A AA Misses' Suits, * U.UU Just an odd lot of Suits, not every size, but a good variety of sizes and colors. Every Suit is absolutely new style. Odd Lot Dresses, AQ Coats, Skirts Just 25 odd pieces to be cleaned out quick; your choice, $1.49. $7.95 Women's Cloth and Silk Dresses. . New Fall Dresses that sold for $15.00?having only 19 garments lef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES Kor Yroixicn are eliarnl*(l]r Illustrated dally the House* bold Pace of THE TIMES-DISPATCH SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY UrlBfir your i-opjr to-ilay. Htn* KK(at?, UuxIntM ChnntM. Dotri! era Wanted, Help'Wanteds THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.?TWELVlvPAGMS T.O-DAY'f WlCATHISR CLOUDY NUMBER 19,913, 64th YEAR OPPOSE REMOVING1 STREET CAR TRACKS ON CHURCH HILL East End Citizens Ask Coun . cil to Vote Against Sug- . gested Rerouting. WOULD LIMIT LIFE OF FRANCHISE TO TEN YEARS Two Organizations Adopt Reso . lutions Laying Down Priv ileges to Be Retained. PLAN EAST END MASS-MEETING Citizens to Hold Rally at Clilm borazo School and luvlte Company'*; Officials. Culled upon by representative mom hers to oppose the granting of a bl/mket franchise, which. In Us sug gested form, wad designated as objec tionable, and as a "crime agalniil Church I1I1I." the Kant Slid Citizens' Association, tho loading boclal-polltical organization in tii?* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

; . ^ .-ii . . ? . - ?.1?. Reports Repeat Claims of Great Russian Victory thrown down on tho right bnnk of the Taer, to tho south of Dlxmudo, were easily repulsed. "There was 110 other engagement on the rent of tho front In belglum an far as the Olso, nor wan there any ! notion on the Alano or In Champagne, j Nevertheless, Rhclins w?6 rather vlo-i lently bombarded during the tlmo that1 ft number of journalists from neutral ; countries wero making a visit to tho [ *" city. "In the Argonnc some infantry at tacks resulted in the loss and then the recapture of certain trenches. Tho men engaged in this fighting never oxceoded a battalion. The ground lost and then retaken was never more than twenty-five yards. "Along the heights of the Mouse and 1n the Vosgos there is nothing to re port." PAIIU.VMKNT ADJOURNS U\Tll. AFTER lIOI.IDAYfi LONDON. November 27 (7:60 I'. M.).? The House of Commons this evening adjourned until February 2. and the House of Lords udjourued until Jan uary o. NO ACTUA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

Ucvt?w8 Circumstance* Hur'rouudinu .... Xrliil,: juid ; Steps Takeu lit Figljt for Lif?.; MAKES STATHMtONT FJROM tfKLl? In All Efforts for New Trial, He Says, guest Ion of Ciullt or Innocence Is . Not |teviewed', but Le?allty of l'ro ?/>. ceedlnk Only Is Considered. 'ATI.ANTA, <*i.V. November 27.?Leo M, i-Vank, tinder sentence of denth for the murder here ." In April. 1#K?, of Majry Phagti n, ^.o^day gave out a state ment to tho public declaring his Inno cence of ttfo crlmc,' ami reviewing tho circumstances surrounding his trial and the loyal steps taken to obtain for-him u rehearing or tho setting aside* of tha verdict. Frank'* Mtatomeht was given out froii) IiIh cell In- the Fulton- county Jail, whore |ie baa boon confined alnco Ills arrest pevcral days following the discovery of Ma'ry Pljagan's body In the basement of pic pencil' factory, of which Frank was superintendent. Ho <icolavo<l bo biijs bee u prosecuted "wrongfully nul grotesquely' for a crjmo of which. 1 hjj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

SPORTS C ARMY AND NAVY FOOTBALL CLASSIC STAGED TO-DAY [ SPORTS : 1HMY UNO IMVY ELEVENS HEADY FOR HARD BATTLE Squads Under Respective Coaches Hold Final Practice on Franklin Field?Soldiers Favorites. PRESIDENT WLLL NOT ATTEND Secretaries of Doth Branches of Ser vice Expected to Witness Strug gle?Season's Record of Doth Teams. Scores of Army and Navy Games to Date J.SOW?-Vary, 241 Array, O. IsliJ? Army, :i2t Navy, 10. 1KI)2~.\a>7, 12| Army, -1. 1S0H?-Navy, tti Array, -I. 1894?Xo Kantc. lWir No Runic. IKJtO?V<> j^nmo, ISO"?\o Kitmc. t isns?\o k 1800?Army, 17| \uvy, 5. KKMl?Navy. Hi Array, 7. 10O1?Army, Its Xnvy, ti. 1802?Array, 22 s Navy, ' 8. ltMKI?Array, -IOi Navy, t>. UH>I?Army, lit. Navy, 0. 1805?Army, OiNnvy, <1. 1000? Navy, KM Army, 0. 1007?Navy, Gj Army, O. . IIKIS?Army, Ul Navy, <1. 100t)?No Kiinic. 1010?Navy, :t| Army, 0. 1011?Navy, 3t Army, 0. 1913?Navy, 0| Army, 0. 1913?Army, 221 Navy, 0. Gamea non-Army, 0| Navy, 8. Tie, 1. No Kamn played 1804 4o 1898, I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

:: SPORTS:: From Large Array of Gridiron Stars Two Teams Have Been Picked to Represent West. ttLAItlt, OF ILLINOIS, QUART13K MaulbetM'ii, of Michigan, Find Choice for Hulf Hark; Solon, of Minne sota, Drew Full Hack Prize; Ifalli gan, of Xobraska, Hest. Tackle. M'-W YORK. November 27.?Ail [ M extern selections arc aubmltted here with, with the explanation thut, of the nicn chosen, the ?xpertu liavo aeen only two of the twenty-two men in action. I he reat of tho fjcloctlonn arc based on I what has been told by men who have Been the big: Western eleven play, and ?nd criticisms that liavo conr'^' f ln V?c ro,labl0 Western papers tcan?? . various players and JJ'"i'o aro tho selections: I?.! in?1 *?????-Graves (Illinois), end; (ininn?J\ tNcbraaka). tackle; Chapman ,.i\'no1")' K'jard; Dcs Jardlen (Ch.ca 1,0). centre; Mucky (Wisconsin), guard; /WlHcoiwln), tackle;Cherry ?e>,m0nd; Clark (J)llnols). quarter; Maulbetsch (Michigan) half (Mini 1>0?u" (Jl'lnolB). half buck; Holon (MiiincBOt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

THK TIM KM, founded IKKS THK DISPATCH. Fvundrd 1830 Pvhllxhcd every day In the year by The Tlmea Dinpatch Puttllahlaj? Company, Inc. Addren* all roiniaunlcatlona <o THK TIMKS-DISPATf.H, Ttiuca-DlaiiaU'h Hulldlnv. 10 South Tenth Street. Hlchivxl. Vr. rELEI'HOXE. It ANDOl.Pll I Publication Olflcc 10 South Tenth Strict South Itlrhraond 1112 Hull Street Petersburg lOO North Sycamore Street Ljnihliurg 218 Eighth Street IIASDICOOK. STOItV A nitOOKS. INC., Special Advertising Iteprcacntntlvca. .Vrw York 2<M? Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life llullriinj^ Chlcauo People'a (inn llulldlnK SUBSCRIPTION RATES nv MAll. One SI* Three One POSTAt.E PAID Year. Mo* ?o>. Mo. Dally and Sunday SO.00 S3.00 $1 SO 8 (1.1 Dnlly only 4.00 2.00 I .00 33 Sunda; only 2.00 1.00 50 23 IIt TimeN-D'HiiNtch Carrier Delivery Scrvlce lo Richmond (and NuhtirhM) and Peteraburjci Dnll> - th Sunday, one neelk IS centa Dnllj tvithouf Sunday, one week 10 centn Sifidnv hhIt (1 centa Knlrr(it .iHnunrj 27. 100.1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

Household^ Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes gives luncheon at westmoreland club Mr"* Lantelrrcl Entertain* lu *? *?ary Junes N?U|(, '/no of the most Imoortant and In gres tin* eoclcty ovents of yestorday i m'l o?biU7et ,unchonn B'ven by Mro " ' msh f ,the u>"t"'oreIand l's? Loul-? o honor of hor "leco. ? ?l Jn? m Br?y'??. or Atlanta. Ga.. ? :iilversify ^5 v, T?' Miisslo. of thu ?u\ersuy of Virginia. a bud of thi? '?'io^Buesta of ^,n,latrc^ received with . *u?is or honor, assisted bv ic<itvi.. roWeH and Clarke*lloweli Jr![ of At. 'J?but'antea an?d80apr08e,l,t '"eluded the and, a number of visiting i<i> i here for Thanksgiving1 Tho !t? dotaini-Wa8?a beaut,ful affair 'In all aanlen of* f,nd ?a? 8crv?d roof vas lkni .' c b- .The who,? plico ?lowers'nnrt . ? <lu1a?t,t,e? of beautiful ??lnh ah!i i i p chrysanthemums, ? CrtnWhJ^ carnations and lilies ? nr?nt effective background for ??U Pnim?CO ,UKC" of the B,rl" proq m . y trceB were '"aased w?' lthtun0rB' interspersed with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

GlUGlT STEALING NEWS ! FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS: t j Telegraph Ofteralor Attached* to i OiHce of . New York Globe ! Put Under Arrewt." UM>ER 95,000 BAIL FOR HEARING Clever Ruse Adopted to Catch "Wire Tapper, Who Has Been Rending Out Dispatches to Smaller Agencies for Several Months. NEW YORK, November 27.--H. U Ijlndcr, a telegraph operator hi tho em ploy of the Postal Telegraph Com pany, and attached to tho ofllee of the New York tllobo, was arrested here to-duy. charted with violating Hectlon 052 of the penal law, in tluit he re vealed the contents of a telegraphic message Kent by the Associated" Tress. For a long time It has boon evident that dlwpatcheH of the Associated Tress wtTo being systematically stolen, and were redistributed by a number of smaller agencies. A cai-oful watch was set upon the business, and sus picion pointed to a man employed In the office ol' the Globe, a New York evening paper. The case was con sidered by the executive committee of the Associated Tress di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

ins to DISCUSS nmoni training 'resident of Federation of I^abor to Address Educational Con vention Here. ELABORATE SOCIAL PHOGltAM j kimo of Mont Eminent School Au-' thoritics in This Country to Meet Here Early in December to Con sider Industrial Education. A general discussion on the reports >n tho educational and Industrial sur ey made In Richmond during tho lUmmcr nnd fall, will bo n feature of he eighth 'annttal convention of tho National Soplety for tho Promotion of nduBtrlal Education and the annual neotlng of tho National Vocational 'Utdance Association, both of which iVllI be held horo (luring tho oarly >nrt of December. Arrangements for ho two leatherings are rapidly being ?oncluded, and it in likely that both >t them will bo largely attended. Headquarters for tiio meetings will >e opened at thp Jefferson Hotel De cember P, with C. A. I'roaser, of Now I'ork, secretary In charge. The - Na tional Vocational Outdanco Association '?'111 moot December 7, 8 and 9. and...

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