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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

PBICHABO TO MERHILLAT f II HARD MBIlTIOIt Navy Finds It Almost Impossible to Stop Forward Passing Between Those Two Players. ARMY OTJTPUNTS TUB MIDDIES Charles Brlckley (Jlad That Coach Daly's Charges Como Through With a Win?Cadets Use Harvard's Style of Play With Success. 1IY CHAHLKS 10. 11R1CKI.BY. PHILADELPHIA, November 28.?As was expected, the Army team euslly outplayed the Navy to-day, and won i handily by a score of 20 to 0. The ppcctacle before the aamo was I wonderful. The middles and cadets | paraded around the field with their bands, and enthusiasm ran riot. Tho cheering on botli sides was terrlflc. L sat directly behind the Navy section, mid the noise was deafening. Navy had only one chance to score in tho first half, and lost that when Blodgett missed a try for placement goal. Army scored on a safety when they blocked a Navy punt on the goal line. Army's two other scores in tho first half were the direct results of for ward passes, Prichard to Merrillat. This combination...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

Industrial Activities of Itlchniond and tho South Editorial, Ileal Estate and Want Ad Pagea RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914, P.RICE FIVE CENTS CIVILIAN CORPS SELF SUPPORTING More Than 100,000 Men Over 35 Years of Age Learning Rudi ments of Soldiering. PREPARING TO MEET ENEMY Members Often Those Whose Sons or Employes Already Are at Front. [Special Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] LONDON. November 28.?More tlian 100,000 civilians over thlrty-flvo years <>f uge are now learning the rudiments of soldiering In self-supporting corps. They arp not as yet ofllelally rccog iflzed, but If the enemy ever landed on lirltaln's shores their services would surely be utilized. They have done much good work already. The self-supporting corps nro made up of buelucsH and professional men for whom golf, billiards and the like have seemed Inane In these stirring days. The member Is often a man whoso employes or sons are now at the front. The first advantage gained by the joining of a corps ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

emu coin sets WIIT BP TO IDE FRONT Hemmed In by the Mountains, Was Dormant for Very Many Years. TIMELY HISTORICAL SKETCH Home County of Allen (Jang Shows Up in an Industrial Way?The Allen Crowd No Longer Hules. llright Outlook. Carroll County, one of the best in opportunities and potentialities on tho map of Virginia, lias had the misfor tune to fret too much In tho limelight through tho courts and in some other wayw. Of course, when an outsider has his attention called to Carroll County, his mind naturallv turns to tho Allen gang uiui their doings in and out ot* the courts anil toward the courts. Hut the law has had Its course, and there arc no moro "Allen gangs" in Carroll County. Away up In the mountains, without railway facilities, and with but few, if any. good highways, Carroll was a nonentity for very many years, but it Is a rich mountain countv that is now coming to the front, and is at tracting attention for its good lands. Its good orchards, its mineral deposits. Us pure w...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

(Market Is Opened for Dealings 1" Ilonds After Idleuess of More Than Seventeen Weeks. IHHOKEHS GIVEN NEW HOPE |I'hcy Believe Day's Trading Points Way to Itesuniption of Business in Stocks?Hoard Urged to Heopen Tor Domestic Securities. . BY MHO A DAN WAiL. ? N"liW YultK. November rs.?After an idle lietjs of seventeen weeks and t?'? days'. Stock |lj.\chanec tlckera resumed their lunctlona lio-day, an<l recorded transaction* uj? UW liccurred on the lioor ot the exchange The I'xperlment or opening the b,'Vil<tI' n? ^van In licaiii.cii in bonus unacr rettrlctloM wait in livery way sueecssml. Vubilc Ii,rl wila Interne, binl hUndrejtlM ol atockbrokera. who Ji<-v>r d?al In bunds themselves, but give l.h'lr orderu to fellow-brokers, who make It specialty of bonds, made It avpolBt to .W lorem'iit on the uo*.r. -JVhcu hecretury I^ly fjyehe.1 the whIvii 4L. * stroke of the tone Th o-cfock. tuily members -veroprc; ?nt. und tho ro-enllbted ariny of ?hsngu employes una tolophono attend...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

THE T1MKS, roandrd ,..1SSS T11K DISPATCH, Pounded 18BU VuhllMhed Mcrjr ilny In the year by The Timm> Ultpitoh Publishing- Company, Inc. Addrrii all t'oumunlradouti to T1II2 TIM12S-DISPATCH, TimeN-Dlapnteh llulldlu((> 1U South Tenth Street, tllrhnmoii, Va. nSLKPIIOSE, HANDOM'K 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Street South Hlchmoiid 1020 Hull Street I'flrraliurK 10# North Sycamore Street Lynckliurij ,.218 ElRlitb Street IIASHIIOOK, STOItY A DROOIiS, INC.. Special Advertising Keprcaentntlvea. .\?evr York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Matual 1-1 fe Iltilldlng Chlcnpo People's Gna IIuIIiIIur SUDSCKIPTION nATES nv MA II. One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moi. Mo*. Mo. Dally and Sunday... .90.00 S.'i.OO 51.BO $ .Bit Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .35 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .BO .25 n.v Tlmca-Dlnpntch Carrier Delivery Service In Itlcliniond (and suburbs) and Petersburg! Dally ?!(h Sundny, one week.: IB eenta Dally without Sunday, one week 10 eenta Sunday only B eenta Filtered January 2...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

(ft 1 ' i i m 11 m i 11 ii i i "vriwf in ii ^ J THE CHURCHES AND I TO-DAY'S SERVICES ^ " LIVING FOR GOD Strinon by iiiiv. ii v.?<hi$ll :cllC11>. U. v. 1'aHtof of Secouil I'wulijlfrlnn Chnrcli. (Written for The Tlmrs-DJupatcU.) r . . M - ' "Whether therefore ye eati.or drink. Vr whatuonvcr yft do, do *11 to the utory .of s '."?1 Corliithluna x.- 3J. ? Some yearn ago I found n Utile booh culled "My Work for God." wjilch I iVosici with much avidity* . It was writ ten bv Dr. ColterlU. Itlehop of Rflln ^uryli, and lc one of-a Herlcn of urnn.ll 'volumcH callcd "llcart Cords." The ^reading of thrtt book Impressed upon in*; tho Importance of llvlnp and work ing for.God. Auk yourself the ques tion, "Have f a work for God'.' If so, vwhat l? 111, How': nin I doing that work| .'WhaV Is your life?-what is your object Inliving?" Many lives av .obvlou/sly,.aimless. Homo do not know what they are ? living* for: others live for pleasure, or fame, or money: but some live for God. It 1b a pity f...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

Weekly Caleinidlairo?? | ACADEMY OP Slt'SIC. Wfrtnemln.' mid Thursdav, with Wed nwilny malliiti'?"I'lie O il Honifrtcnil." COI.OMAI. THEATltE. | A I the wr?>k vvilli rantlnri,n Tiipmlnj-, Thn.itiliiy nti?l Saturday?tirnyoc Svott Company In ?<The Christian." I.VRIC THRATHH All the Work, with daily mnlinrrx?? Populnr vntilltvllit' nnd war picture*. | UIJOIJ THE A UK. Ali the week, with ..latluecM Tuesday, Thn.Nitnj nml Sut?i.iln>??? I be Onming frlucts^burlesque. "THK Oi 1> lOMMSTKAD'* UKliK \vi:dm:sua^ a.vd tuuhsday "Tho Old llotm Mti ad ' Is sell' duled for ntxt Wednesday and Thursday nights at tho Academy of Music, with a p >pu lar matinee 011 W dm?ua>. T'ic cant Is praciit ally thi same to-day. so far as the prim*.pals art concern, d. ah It was wh n the- late Dcnman Thompson first brought this hi art-reaching play to pub.lc notice. In the* company to be seen here this time ore t ight mcnibi rs who have been Identified with the fortunes of "Tne Old Homestead" for ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

LEtF TOBACCO SALES ILL ! OVER TOBACCO STATES | Dry, Harsh Weather Cuts Down lie* celpts on All the Virginia Markets. SUN-CURED AND DARK LOW ? ooking to Better Days?Buyers and Farmers Hopeful, but Nobody Knows What a Day May Bring T'orth. The November dayn, In which the lyoso-loaf tobacco business Ib sup poser! to got very lively on the Rich mond market und all other Virginia market*, have pro von deceptive thin year. There Iiuh been a superabun dance of dry, hursh. windy weather, and because of this. It hau boon next to impossible to get the loaf tobacco :n handling order for the farmers to bring It to market. Up In the bright ' ? It. where they have learned to take ;? running Bturt on nuture by digging ilara of a damp kind to their barns, hi which they can get the weed In or <:er in spite of weather conditions, tho tobacco-growers are not so dependent upon a warm, rainy Bpoll as are their ? brethren In tho dark belt and the sun t.urlug regions; und yet It is a fuct ? tliut not a...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

BfrWiWiiini. ?? i ? IOWA CONVICTS WELL p CARED FOR BY STATUTE ? I'nld llally Wage *???? Permitted to Scud Allowances to Their I>e pruilcut rmiillteti. "Thf convict# working on the roads ""it: lowu have a status differing from 'that of the convicts In the prisons of j>r?ctlcally all other States." said .Ocorge Gordon Battle, the distinguished Xtw York attorney who appeared on behalf of the National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor in a suit to "test tin* constitutionality of the con tract system of convict lubur in tile ?/-State of Iihode Island. ' "III Iowa tlic men working on the roads receive ?2.C>0 per day for their Jubor. they themselves paying for their keep and clothing, anil are at liberty to send the balance to their dependent fatuities. They are still under restric tion, hut their right to wage lifts them out of the slavery Matus into that of State wards. . . "The condition r these Iowa eon Viet? is in sharp r mtrast to thai of ;ihe "prisoners !n iihode Island...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

REM. ESTATE RECORD AND COURT CALENDAR Yesterday's Transfer* Sliow Substan tial Demand for I<ots for Jtonieseekers. INQUIRIES AS TO FARM liANDS Improvements Now Being Completed in Northern Suburbs Add to Their Attract iveness and Cause Renewed Demand for Building I,ots. Realty transactions placed 011 rec ord In tho courts jostorday were of a light order. The deeils show <t con tinued demand for small rosldontial property, both city and suburban. Last week was a fair ono In the real estate business, considering the holiday spirit," which was very much In evidence. Bnioll- farm property and suburban lots aro at present In fair demand and seem to bo the only hind of property that many inquiries nra being made about. Inquiries on suburban lots and small suburban acreage tracts are being made, and It is thought that the sales of this particular kind of property will constitute most of tho transactions In the near future. The ? Inquiries tire mainly on property lying In tho recently ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

FOR SALE?Houses Three Special Bargains 1S.7S0? PARK A V EN UK DWELLING, near Dntfls Monument: six rooms, bath, pantry, electricity. $6,000?MAIN STItE 1ST DWELLING, near Jefferson Hotel. Three stories; ten roomm big future. $1S,000?Monument Avenue: hand some. dwelling: 45-foot lot. Will take J?a.st Grace Street dwelling part pay. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO. Homeseekers Attention ! Practically new house, seven rooms j and bath, three large porches. newly ? painted, papered and combination fix- I tures. lot 30x120. Locate<l on best j street in Falrmount. Price attractive, j GKKKN & KE1>1). t FOR SALE. ! Modern Residence, Otuart Avenue, $4,500 j Just east of Robinson Street. Hot i water heated, electric lights. Nice ; borne ?"?r good Investment. See us at 1 OtlCc. I MOOREF1ELD & BLAKE. 20 North Eighth Street. ' F0R~SALE7 * j Modern Brick Residence, ! $4,000 Between Broad and Main Street, east 'of Robinson Street. Hardwood floors, furnace heat. i:i best of condition, plenty...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

ffitlimorifo thne^jllispatcl)' 31XTY-KOUKTII Y15AU I I " ~| ADMITTEDLY x TUB BEST MEDIUM IN THE BOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING., TRLKPIIONR YOUR WANTS TO tIiE TIMISB-DIBI'ATCIJ HAM?OLl'|I t 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. iMILY, one cent a word when paM In ad vance. No ad. taken fur loss than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for alt classified sds. except Situations Wanted at one cent n r/ord. No ad. taken for Icjj than 16 cent*. NO ADM. taken for l??tt than 25 cent* when charged or phoned In' Phoned orders not guaranteed. Classifications not au.irantood *ft*r o-.to p. M. N " iXMl'^ND FOUND LOST, gold watch and fob; initials, M. O. V. p. E. It. Ucturn to 51J North Hovcnth. lldward. FOUND on ball grounds Thurnday evening, watcli. Write description to X. Y. Z., bus Chuinbor Commcrco, city. 1-OST, Monday, gold ciialn and cross. Howard if returned to Mrs. A. L?. Nichols, 1107 Sommes Street. LOST, on? white. male Hootch terrier, bob-tail; anuwers to name of Jim. I'laasc phon...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

REPAIR SIIOI'S. % dllKHTON* WHEN overhauling heating Byntom. h?o that your boiler and pipe cover ing Is in Rood shape. for hoat units; lost means coal wasted. ('all us (Ran-j dolph 1428)' for attention to this work. . Southern Asbestos Manufacturing Com- | pa in'. 16 Governor Street. ? iiicycCks. " ~ ~! REPAIRING our specialty. Bicycles ! for hire. Open Sundays. A. P. Uen- ; try, COS West Broad Street. Phono , Randolph 3031. _ _ i (XKA>'l.\(i, IMtliSSI.XC, ItKPAllU.Nt!. SUITS scoured and pressed or French cleaned and pressed for 75 cents. A. Want * Co., 1805 East Main Street, the . store with the big glass front. Phone ? Madison 7098. Parcel post paid. on?> way, on out-of-town work. Expert , repairing neatly done. ' i,AI)iKM" HATS TlKSItAPBI). YOUR hat, 110 matter how olil It may be or what kind, can be reshaped to | present styles. S^e Verrn Hat Works. 211 North First Street, Hlclimond, Va. : ItOOKIXG. j PAINT your roof now. Our work guar antecd. Kstlmate free. Call Mad I- j ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

Society, Fashion* and tho Household?-Of Interest to Every Woman Confederate Colu in 11? Genealogical Data?Times' Dlspnteh Children'* Club G4th YEAR s RICHMOND. VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE PfVE CENTS & ^ J /Sir/ Department News Ribbons at Half Price 200 pieces of No. 1 Va and 2 Red, White and Nile Green Satin Ribbon; 10 yards to a bolt, tl\a,t sold for 25c, special price 12c Carriage Bows Heautifully tied, in pink and blue, made of 3 yards satin meBsaiine Rib bon; special price Monday and CQ_ Tuesday 3J/C Many Special Values Offered. Stumped fiiiirii Talile Sets, in the beautiful Madeira desijcns, con sistini; of ono 22-incli Centre and 12-Inch Doylies, in the two de sirable sizes.. Tliis we specially price for Monday and Tuesday sell ing nt Best quality Linen Towels, in large sizes; special, 30c; values 50c and 59c. Large size Bath Towels, stamped in all new designs, 50c. Small size Bath Towels. 25c. Designs suitable for children's work. .laundry Bags, stamped on host ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

SOCIETY SEASON NOW IN FULL SWING FOIL WINTER i .Many Handsome Entertainment^ Have Keen Planned for This Week. SOME MUEMANT MAR1UAGES Receptions and Teas for Debutantes of Season Scheduled for Almost Every Day?Some Prominent Wed dings of Virginia People. The society season is now in full swing for tlio winter, and'a number of . handsome functions of Interest have i Ubeiv planned for this week. One of , the most important social events of the month of December is the marriage of Miss l.Ui ilc Nelson, daughter of Cap tain anil Mr*. Frank Waller Nelson, of | Lakeside, to Neal Duncnn Ivev, son of Dr. and Mrs. Tliomas N. Ivoy, of Nash ville, Tenn., which la to be celebrated on Thursday of tiiis week. The cere mony. which will bo a wry quiet one, will take place at the homo of the brideV sister, -Mrs. Murray M. Mo tiulre, 1313 West Avenue, with only relatives and a few Intimate friends present. Both Miss Nelson and Mr. Ivey are widely related and their wedding, although a small home affair...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

raw Mil HKS OF'MI'S WORK' I'ial Organisation It) Entertained 'Mrs. A. J. Dauglitry, and I'ro Kiam Ik Interesting. PGORATIOXS ARK HANDSOME justness of Ujslug <a Woman," by PIIns Ida 'In r bell Is (Jqe of Papers JijlHcusijed?Relief- Cottiinitteo Is ?linking I'rogrefcS. fcMPORIA, VA? -November 28.-?Tho l:u; of .Mr*. A. .1. D;Hn?htry ?"its the Itio Of ;i beautiful entertainment on |way evening, w'beii the membert; of Hook Club kthfrfor another itlng. Th<? low or lloor was deco lecl with plants, yellow chrysanthe IrftH and Hhaded -yellow IIkIiIm. "Wo Iii h Work" wan the theme for dls Islon. The i-ennonuca' wore lnterent I.' Mrs. .!. (.*. Warren road MImh Tar IliB "BuMlnena of HoinB a Woman." hi'w. T. Tiiiar r<*u?i a poem by 1311a lieeb-r Wilcox. Refreshments were Ivod after tlie content. Those prefl '<v.-Mr?ij I-:. I'. Turner. Mrs. .1. ? J froii, Air*. W T. Tlllur, Mrs. W. H. PlMvyn, Mrji. .Ceorue .-Rouiel, Mi'k. It. l?re?-n. Airs'. J..B. Hnlloy, Mi*h. W. \V. Jtftrtsoni MIhhc...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

MOTOD PARTIES ARRIVE I IT THE WHITE SULPHUR James L. Breeze Reports Roads All Way From New York in Good Condition. SCENERY WITHOUT SUPERIOR Thinks Goshen Pass Route Over Bine Rld.^e More Beautiful Than Switzerland Mountains?Mrs. Bar ton Grundy Entertains at Dinner. WHITE SULPHUR SPHINGS, W. VA.. \ November 28.?Motoi parties f om all sections of the country still continue to arrive at the New Greenbrier. Janus L>. B: eeie, who came In his limousine all the way from New Yoik this week, reported the roads In splendid condi tion. and the scenery along the Goshen Pass route, over the Blue liicge Moun tains. the superior of the far-famed Switzerland mountains. Mrs. W. Seward \\\bb. who motored down to the Springs, accompanied by Mrs. George D. Bird, of New York and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Purely, of Washington: and another car. in which wrre Mis. H. McK. Twembly and Mrs. William H. Macy, 2d., had an unpleas ant experience at Winchester where she was arrested and fined on a speed ing: c...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

IMPROVEMENT LEIGUE HOLDS AECIU MEETING .Announced That President lllaek wcll, of Kantlolph-Mncon, Will Deliver Address. / \V K l)\KSOA Y BELGIAN DAY School Children Will lie Given Op portunity to Contribute to Relief Fund?Many Come Home to Went Point for Thanksgiving Holiday. I special to The Times-Dispatch.1 W L.ST POINT. VA,, .November !S.? The regular moisting or this .School im niovcmcnt and Civic Leueue, Mrs. \V, , S. iviiHtwood In the chair, met thin week I with many ?>f tho members present. ' ??n* clocks on all of the walls extended ' ( welcome. After the business meet- ! J,V,K v/as over It wan announced that on i hurfi-Jay. December President H.'K. Ulackwell, of Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, would deliver an address in th" Baptist Church on "Tcnnymm and I Ills Poetry." The ailili'PHs will be un- i ?Icr tho auspices of the league. Wed- j nesday. December 2, the schools will oj?K?rvQ an "Belgian Day," und tho pu pils will he given the opportnnltv of i contributing. Willi...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

I j UIIS HIVE SOME PEED CUSTOMS Visit Ui Reservations of the lJravest of All South American Indians. ABOUT THEIR RUDE llOMES Farming Is Done b.r White Men Un dtpr Red Overseers, and American Machinery Is Used ? Strange Methods of Cooking. ?V KKAXK (J. CAHPJC.NTEB. TTomuco. Chile. ' pafUCO is one of the live towns ??S0U?ern Ch,K Tt iB about ?4,(>00 miles soutli of Panama, sit uated iu a wooded country back from tho comI. When ? Is first vielted it, about fifteen years ago. it was on the t-d^o 01 tho frontier.. It was surround ed by Indians, and it* wide streets, lined, with log cabins, were rivers oi mud. The country roads were almost impassable, an<l the slumps est ill stood in the streets. To-day Teinuco hae rnorp than 20,000 population, and it Is an up-to-date South American city. ! It* one-story houses of brick and stone M?,r r,th Pt",:co' PHlntod in the ? , colors, and thsy stand upon | wldn streets, well paved with cobbles , rhe streets cross one another at riulit angles....

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

MONUMENT TO men TO 5TKND IN I0LLHW00D TuwJy Honor "Will Bo Paid to Notablo Amoriean Statesman and President. CONGRESS PROV1UH8 FUNDS Committee From House of Itepi'esen tativea to Attend UnvolllnK Next Spring of Memorial to Teutli Chief Kxecutivo of United States. Tardy recognition o( one of the greatest American statesmen?-John i Tyler, tenth President of the United StateB?la about to be. made toy the j government, which Ih now making i plana for the ercctlon of u monument ; over his grave In Hollywood Cemetery. Ivpglnecra hove already luld off the ground, and the stone Ih being cut. It w.fll toe ImpoBuible to ooinplcto the monument before spring. however, and j it in probable that the ahuft will be unvtdlcd on March 2D, th^ one hundred j and twenty-fifth anniversary of hisr birth. ? . Klfty-threo years have elapsed olnco tlio death of John Tyler, and this monument will be the Ilrtot public recognition of one of the moat eminent then cvor produced by Virginia, and of one of the most...

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