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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

SPORTS ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES OWNERS OF TERRAPINS CONSIDERING TRADES Swncina, tho Clover First Sucker of Ihiltimore Feds, Figures in Pending Deal. RASIX ANI) KNAUK ARE SILENT Neither President nor Manager Will Discuss Denis to Include Simmons, Bailey, Zlnn and Others?Fate of Orioles Will Soon Be Known. BALTIMORE, MP.. December 1.? Trades are now pending for three or four Terrapins, and the deals may be ?'closed within a week by wire. For some tlmo there have bpen reports that First Baseman Swncina might bo playing for some other Federal club next year. Trouble with.other players on the team was hinted as the cause. Certainly little fault could bo found with his playinK. He batted around .300 all year, driving in m-any runs. Ills* worse faults were u tendency to sullc and to mako dilllcult chances out of easy ones. All considered, none of tho other clubs had a better guardian of tlio?door of the diamond, and many local rooters are surprised to know that the big f...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

I PETERSBURG I DUEHS Will MEET III MML CONFERENCE Descendants of Heroes of War of 1818 Gathering in Petersburg for Two-Days' Session. THREE CHAPTERS IX VIRGINIA Several Cases In Police Court Sent On for Trial in Higher Tribunal. Attempted Hurglary In Hoarding Mouse?Severul Deaths. ("Special to The Times-Dispatch.) PETERSBUR'G, VA., December 1.? The annual State conference of the So ciety of the United Daughters of 1$12 will lie held In this city to-morrow and Thursday. The delegates will be the j guests or the Commodore H. H. Cocke Chapter, of this city, and to-morrow evening will he entertained at a re ception to be given at the Ellia' Home. There arc three chapters of tho organi zation in Virginia, with an aggregate membership of ninety?Richmond, Pe tersburg and Emporia. it is in con templation soor. to organize two addi tional chapters?one at .Bristol and one ? it Manassas. Action on this proposal will be taken at tho conference. Mrs. William J. Sladc, of New York, Is the nationa...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

fftcfjnumii ?im$-fH?patd) THE TIMES, Founded 1888 1HK DISPATCH, Founded 1830 PnbtiokH every i?r to (he rear by llie Tiraea Dhpvtch Pnbllthlng; Company, Inc. Address all communication* <o THE TIMES-DISPATCH, Ylniea-Dispatch Bnlldlng, 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. V TELEPHONE); RANDOLPH 1 Publication Office 10 Sonth Tenth Street South Richmond lOBO Hull Street Petersburg 100 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg 218 Eighth Street IMSUliOOK, STORY & BROOKS. INC.. Special * ?*-?*rtialng Representative*. Ncrr York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia .Mutual Life Building Chicauo People'* Gna Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mos. Moi. Mo. . Dnlly and Sunday... .Sfl.OO 93.00 $1.00 8 .33 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.0O .33 Sunday only......... 2.00 1.00 .30 .23 By Tlmea-DKpateh Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and suhurha) and Petersburgi , l)nll? ? <h Sunday, one vreek 13 cents Daily nithoul Sunday, one week 10 cents (?Hilda)' only 3 cents ^ Ente...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

Household =3o Q p, 1X7 T Y?= Personal Interests V^/1 XZ-i 1 X Notes ENTERTAINMENTS GIVEN FOR SEASON'S DEBUTANTES Dinner for Younger Hot Given by Mr, j aud Mrs. Frederick Wlllllim . Scott. The debutantes wore much in c\l-| ? ? lift at several IntcreHtlng functions j I. xvn yesterday. Mies Anulc Clove-) lui .1 Cone, the debutante daughter of-j .Mi*. Archibald Pleasants Cone, was , jjuunt of honor In tho afternoon at ?< : lowly tea given by heij aunt. Mis', j Joseph 11- Eatee. at her residence, 1SU0 Monument Avenue. The drawing- , I'uontx wero arranged entirely In pink j ilow<i:.?, and the debutante shucle ol , uiii! ,,1-evallcd In iho decorations In tlit: dining-room, the tea table bellit. ?it with a ciyitrepleco of pink buds j ami boiniuets of pink roses caught ut> villi :? at In ribbon. The candles were /11:??1 * *1 in roso-color. and the mantel;? v ?? masses with pink blossoms. Mrf. IVI...S rccolved with the guest of ' unur. who wore a French gown or ..^e-piiU*-taffeta, ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

CONTRIBUTIONS GOME I IN FOR BEIH RELIEF! I Most of the Money Will Bo Used for j Purchase of Flour for Sufferers. NO TAX. SAYS CONSUL YlETOlt Efforts to Arrange Football Came Abandoned on Advice of l)r. Alder man?Local Campaign Closed With Sunday's Concert. \y?li contributions in cash and food- ! ptulTs continuing to pour in. Colonel 11. M. Boykln, chairman of the Slate Belgian Relief Commission. believes that it will not be long now before a sufficient cargo will be provided to warrant the use of a special ship to convey Virginia's charity to the .stricken Belgians. The effort to have the Universities of Virginia and Wash ington and Dee play here on December 5 In behalf of the relief fund was dis continued yesterday, when Information was received from President l?dwln A. Alderman, of the university, that, in view of the approaching examinations. | tli? fact that the tei'~- i:as been dis banded ami the fact that Quarter Buck Hobble Gooch Is studying hard for his entrance examination ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

iSTOUNDING EXHIBITION OF LOCH PREJUDICE ?o l*rofcs5or Stuart Characterizes New Eugluful Efforts to Eeiittle l??e. JIVE PRA18H TO LESSER -MEN /Ccture Delivered at Richmond Col lege on "Poo's Influence on French Literature"?Large Audience I learn Address in College Chapel. Lecturing: beforo a largo uudlenco at Richmond Collogo yesterday afternoon, Jr. Robert A. Stuart, of tlio colloge acuity, vigorously contended that Sdgar Allan Poo Is tho beat known ;>f all American authors to European ?topic. Poe's Influence on French 1 it irature was the subject of his addroBs. For many years l>r. Stuart has been i student of Poo's work# and a tcaohor ;>f the Fronch langungo and literature. ? Us vlgorouH vindication of tho cosmo politan genius of tho University of i?'lrglnla and of tho Southern Literary {Messenger against tho judgment of j'ertaln other scholars was hoard with teen Interest. , , "An examination of certain articles n tho new Encyclopodla llrltannlcn," ?ald Dr." Stuart, "dev...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

NITURIIL BHORDENING IN SECIIRITf MMIKETS Railroad Issues Easier, but Prices Recover, and Closlug Is Firm. MANY ADVANCES ARK NOTED Preparations Well Under Way to Re sume Trading In histed Stocks Under Restrictions on Floor of Ex cliange?Public Demand Strong. T?Y BKOAUAN WM.I.. NKW YOHK. December 1.?Security mar kot* are thawing out rapidly. To-day's bond market broadened naturally, anil, while rall roxl Issue* were generally easier In tho early trail)! g. prices recovered later, anil the close whs Arm. Some liquidation for foreign accounts apprnred, but this was ab sorbed without discomfort. New York Hallway fs advanced from 47V? to IP There will be a meeting of the com pany to-morrow, anil It Is e.\pected that the distribution will b? Increased from 4 to 5 per cent, but at the obi rate of 4 per cent the Investment nets more than S per cent at current price*-. Hethlehem Steel refunding 5s rose from ' to Si In sympathy wltn the strength In ! the common Mock, which advanced to <0. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

J C -<r I 1 SIXTY-FOUHTH YHSAR iDMlTTEDLY the best medium in THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. IKLEPklONFi yoi/r WANTS TO , THIS TIMES-DISPATCH lANDOLPIl 1 X HAND?I.l?It XVANT AD. RATB9. %n,y. ono cent a word when pal J In nd ? #nc?. No ad. taken for les* than 10 cents. JNOAY, ono and one-half cents a word for ! ill classified ud*. except Situations Wunted ?t oiii; cont a word. No ad. taken for less :h?n 13 cent*. 0 Al)S. taken for less than 2fi cents when 'harmed or phoned In. Phoned orders not FUBranteed. Claoslflcatlonii not *uurnnt?eil ifter 0:30 p. M. . LOBT AND FOUND 1 dRAY 13D or stolen from 002 Lamb Avenue Partem Heights, collie pup, I months old. unrlt brown, white mark ;gs. Howard for Information or rc h r t>, HELP WANTED?Male 'ANTED, day and night shift, hear Petersburg, carpenters experienced i wood tanks at once. Pipe men, e.\ trlenced cast-Iron pip?, December T. rite, stating experience and tt'iiKcn, - A. Kraus, caro Dupont Powder Co., ity Point, Va. . OE of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 December 1914

'WANT ADS Whether you u/ll, UK IP 8eCk tt P?s,tlon or an employe THE TIMES-DISPATCH PSHBs& ?-$^^?"wa?raKg$$i'??? rare* \ ?? ? ? ?? ???? ' . .', < ? * ? ? <?'.??. * ,???'< ?'?"?? ;' ?vi covfy L I L HAN /or bMQljf RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2,1914. RTrQQTrT i 18 '8<,y,u? thing.' RUSSELL Jllflt tor xxomen in THE TIMES-DISPATCH SHOP EARLY! Early in the Day; Early in the Month! Will Be a Good Time to Visit Miller & Rhoads Practical and Useful Gifts From Our Shoe Department WOMEN'S FELT JULIETS ?fur and ribbon trimmed, in colors brown, blue, red, wine, smoke and black ? priced from !)8e to $2.00 pair. ^0^*vv W OMEN'S RIBBON TRIMMED COMFY SLIP PERS?blue, red, purple, I lavender, old rose, maroon and Vermillion?at $1.50 pair. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FELT COMFYS?in colors blue ^ and red?at $1.00 and $1.25 pair. FULL LINE OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS* SLIPPERS?in tan and black?at $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 paftvl .Afl styles?Operas, Everetts and Romeos. WOMEN'S, MISSES'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

-v. r- ?? *. READ THE WANT ADS Hey tell of opportunities tow which you may have beta look* Ing? THE TIMES-DISPATCH 18 SHOPPING DAYS Are nil that remain before Chrlilttni. Help othera and yourself by buying; Early. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,918, RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CONFLICT RAGES ON ALL PARTS OF 260-MILE FRONT; Greatest Activity Is Near| Opposite Ends of Battle Line. I FIGHTING IN FLANDERS IS REAL STORM CENTRE Germans Apparently Redouble Efforts to Reach Coast. REINFORCEMENTS DROUGHT UP More Than 700,000 Troops Massed Between Ostcnd and Ypre?. PAItlrf, December ".?To-day wit nessed fighting on practically all parts <>t the L'60-nrille battle line from the j North Sea to Alsace, with the greatest activity near the opposite ends of the line. In Alsace the '""rcnch trooos ! raptured the village of Aspach, south- ! east of Thariii. The Hermans In the Artfotinc, however, blew up with a inlnc part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

" ?> . I f " " V - v.?. Unsuccessful Attack, on Russians Near Lodz lh? flUJt that the German attempt to frlftrce the Russian lines has failed, hhd that, suffering from heavy losses, th? Germans nre compelled to weaken their armies elsewhere. * The Russian report to-night says tho fighting has lost some of Its violence, fcnd Indicates some progress for Rus sian troops south of Lodz. It Is un officially reported that the Russian <tre ""nearly In Cracow." ANOTHER nili IIATT1.E IMMIXENT IX WKST While thorc Is every Indication that another big battle Is Imminent in thfl west, thero Is no evidence that It ac tually has begun. Thero has been fighting In Flanders, but this doubt less is tho result of the allies' attempt to take advnnced positions. Thero also are reports that the Germans have evacuated several villages on the Yser Canal and are conc-entratlns: on new positions. ? The British have taken over com mand of the Veer region, and, like tho French, have been strongly reinforce...

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

BEGINS DISTRIBUTION OF TIB COMMISSION'S REPORT I*ubllc Printer, Bottom Sends Copies of Volume to State's Lawmakers. CONTAINS 208' PRINTED PAGES Report Is Supplemented With Map Shotting Inequality of Assessments in Counties and Cities of Common wealth. Public Printer DavlB Bottom yester day received from the contracting printers tho report of the Joint Com mittee on Tax Revision. Distribution of the volume was hcRun yesterday afternoon. Copies arc to be sent to each member of the General Assembly, all Stato o nice to, clcrks of courts, city and county treasurers and commission ers of tho revenue. The report consists of 298 printed pagou. Every class of taxable prop erty from which the Commonwealth derives revenue is dealt with, and the work is conveniently Indexed. Two general systems of taxation are submitted. Tho committee Is unani mous In the belief that each of the systems Is the best of Its kind that can be devised to fit conditions In the Commonwealth. One of them Is a tax syst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

SPORTS ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES FEU LEI6IIEII5 ABE VICTIMS OF CUIUS President R. B. Ward, of Tiptops, So Expresses Himself Upon Return From Chicago meeting. NO SUNDAY GAMES ALLOWED Southern League Head to Visit New York for Conference With Ban Johnson ? Fult* Is Working 011 Players' Demands. nobert B. Ward, president of the Brooklyn Federal league club, declared upon his return from the meeting of the Independents In Chicago that gross Injustice had been done the outlaw cause In the reports sent out of the West. Mr. Ward declared that l-.ee Magee had signed a three-yenr contract with 'tho Brooklyn Federals: that he never had Intimated that Artie llof mnn would be made manager of the. Tiptops: that the Federal liengue lmd not discussed a tnorr> economical roster. limit or the formation of a minor cir cuit to act in conjunction .with tho revolutionary cause, says the New 1 York Times. "1 believe," said Mr. Ward, "that some one has wilfully misquoted Player J.eo M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

j WILSON PUIS MITE i TO FUNSTON1ND FORCES Commends "Efficiency, Courage and Discretion" During Occupation of Vera Cruz. AVIIITES LETTER TO GARRISON Thinks Mexicans Have Dlffe,rent Im pression of U. S. Army und Spirit of Government Than Before. Daniels Praises Marine Corps. WASHINGTON, Doeeinber 2.?Presi de).i Wilson wrote to Secretary Garri son to-day, paying tribute to tho "ef ficiency. courage and discretion" of <leneral Funston and Ills forces during the American occupation of Vera Cruz. The letter reads: "May I not auk you to express to C.enetal Kuuston and the officers under liim at Vera Cruz. and through them j to the troops, my warm approbation, ami admiration of tho way in which a difficult and delicate situation was handled? I believe from what wo have learned that tho occupation gavo our friends, the Mexicans, a different Im pression of tho United States Army Mid the spirit of the United States gov ?M-ninonl from that they entertained liefore Gcnenil Funston took his tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

fftdnrnmii ta?-jPtepatri) ?????"?? i , THR TIMES, ronid(4 18SS VKE DISPATCH, Founded 1S30 Pqbllnhrd every day In the year by The Tlmrn Dlapntch PtiblUhlnR Company, Inc. Atfdreaa all commnnlr?(lo?i to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, 11me*-Dlip?tch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, {itchmoat), Va. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Pohllrntton Office 10 South Tenth Street South Rlrhnond 1020 Hull Street Peteraburic 109 North Sycamore Street li*,,nhbnrg 218 Eighth Street KASBROOK, STOHY & BROOKS, INC., Special Ai'-?rtl?lDg Reprcaentativca. New Vork 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutunl Life BuIIiIIiik Chicago ....People's Gaa BulldlnK Sl'BSCRIPTION RATES RY M All, One Six Three One POSTAGE PAIR Year. Moa. Mod. Mo. Dnlly and Sunday... .90.00 03-00 9I.r,0 9 :BB Dnlly only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .85 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .CO .25 By Tlmea-DIapatch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and suburbs) and Petenburgi Dnlly with Sunday, one neek >. .IB centa Dally without Sunday, one vreek 10 centa' Sunday only..' f> ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Notes DEBUTANTES PRESENTED TO RICHMOND SOCIETY ?< Owner, Grammar Thorn -luood ifcf.V >?0nur"e'>t Avenue, int'ro '^vcrle? inJl0S?!jvM'"fi? c,?'n Vans >o poefety Kro a V-. fanCh Donnw" ?&?? '^, pU|UkeSro808 InIfd^^ate^r0''' t*h we)e banked wTth b'i.V'm whi"?k?? *.??11 van,.. Vf a W.aB arra??(f<-*a with Palme a,?J bavm,tl Can D^t>' roues. orchoetrn thatbI?v?i"# 6cr,cen0'1 l*?? Mr. i,ld VgJ ,or Ul" iandne. 1,|C Kucitj nf' ' roce'vel with ^members of tha* !?*""' nnd uJ,0"t M50 were Invited MPllUn8,lr "oelety 8et fowned in biaoir *1 Thornton was with a corsati ,WC? OVC'r w,il,e ?m<. the vanov nn I f, b0U'JUCt Of IlIIoM of ?everley wor2 nfni?^ v,o,0ts' ?"d MImi an overrtrou ? i crepo meteor with mlnal ?? ?iS?H.C P,n^ tuHo ???? trim -4v?! r^--'Lss '"3"ih": K?0ht up I'SbU1,! .Ml.sa BwSr ? similar to that of Rifling '???!le c; VounJr ^ "roll and Mrs. KonefJon. -.irlv" wfntU^ ha,,d<|0'n<-8l affairs or the V H M, and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

GOHN WOULD DIVIDE FORCE INTO SIX SQUADS Submits Report on Board's Plan for Oreutor Street Cleaning Efllciency. FliUSHIXG NOT PRACTICABLE Superintendent Snjrs Practice of Cleaning Streets by Recourse to Kire Hydrants Has Been CSenerally Discontinued. In his report on nn Improved method of _ cleaning the city. Superintendent llcnry I, Colin, of the Street Cleaning PejKirtment, suggests to the Adminis-. trative Bonn! that the city be divided into six nections. Instead of four, as was proposed by Commissioner lllrsch l>erg, and that the buildings nt the State Fair Grounds be used only tem porarily as headquarters for the street cleaning force of the western half of the city. He points out that it would l>e dangerous to stable between fifty', and sixty teams in frame buildings, and suggests.that brick stables be con structed at some point in the West Klid. .In an interview* with a reporter of The Times-Dispatsh yesterday. Mr. I Colin said that the Hushing of streets from fire hydra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

?OSIJION OF emERNHHEliT ON SUBMARINE BUILDING Iryan Girea Steel Company Official Views on Contracts for Bel ' liferent Nations. TILL UNDER CONSIDERATION j 'islt ofHTkarles M. Schwab Reveals That State Department Takes Cog nizance of Report Concerning Sup I>lles for Warring Nations. WASHINGTON. December 2.?The Jnlted States government to-day for mally Inquired of tho Bethlehem Steel Jompany If the firm Intended to cen itmct submarines for ubo by European >eillgerentB. Charles 51. Schwab, president of the ompany, and other officials of the con :ern, explained orally, their position, .nd agreed to submit it in writing in ; few days. In the meantime, neither hey nor the Stato Department of lelals would disclose the extent of tho ompany'?i activities. The question under consideration Is iow-far American firms may go In tho imnufacture of mutcrinlB for uso In he construction of -war craft without "lolating United States neutrality laws. Mr. Bryan to-dny Invited Charles M, i 'chwab, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

QUOTATIONS IN STOCKS ARE SLIGHTLY HIGHER Some Activity in Traction Issues, ttud Good Business for Indus trial Odd Lots. COPPER SHARKS SUFFER LOSS Bond Brokers Believe Full Effect of Foreign Selling Has Not Yet Been Felt?Continued Strength for Short-Term Notes. BY BKOADAX WALL. NEW YORK. December 2.?Transaction* lu stocks to-ili?y through the claaring-housc totaled 16. CO) shares, nttd quotations were ollghtly higher. There waa activity In tho traction issues, and a good business una , dono In odd lots of Industrial*. Jnter-Metropolltan common and pre ferred shares arc being quietly picked up by houses associated with the management 011 th? theory that on ,nv advance In the general market local tractions should forge to the front. Copper shares were fractionally lower on a eluckenlng In the demand for the metal. Steel stocks were Irregular. Bethlehem com mon advancing to the new high price of whllo Steel common was a shade easier c>n what looked like offerings for foreign account....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

\IUJUIUUU VUUU^TJIH^IIUIIIJ SIXTY-FOURTH Y15AR IPMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN' THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YOVR WAWTS TO TUB TIMES-DISPATCH l.MlOI.l'Il 1 1 KANUOLPII WANT AD. HATES. kll.Y, one cent a word when paid In ad- I ance. No ad. taken for 1??j than 10 centa. NDAV. on? and one-half cent* a word for ] II t'ljMliled uds. except Situation* Wanted t one cent a word. No ud. token for lees han 15 cents. ADS. taken for leas than 25 centa when Jhurged or phoned In. Phoned order* not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed Ifter i>:30 l?. M. LOBT AND FOUND ?RAYED or stolen from 003 Lamb Avonuo Hurton Heights, collie pup, months old, diirk brown, white inark K*. Reward for information or rc rri. t>ST, Saturday, diamond rltiK. Tiffany sotting, reward If returned to 9 West Graco Street, or call Aladluon r7S-J. OKT, a black, wlilto and tan female setter. Any Information received will ? rewarded. Louis Washer, 5908 Wll Mii.iburg Avenue, City. LIST, purse contai...

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