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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 December 1914

MONEY COMING IH FOR iilD OF THOSE IN NEED Associated Charities Prepares to See That No One Suffers During "Winter Months. DISTRICT VISITORS ARE NAMED City Mission on Lookout for Worthy and Deserving Cases Needing Special Aid?Contributions Yesterday Amounted to $155.50. Fund for Unemployed The folloTrlnjj contribution* nere received by The Tlmea-Dlnpatch yen (or J n y tor the aid of worthy working people temporarily out of employment i The Ttmes-Dlapntch I ko OO J. W. It Meyer C. Iielnhnrd. . ! " J. B. air '" Ml?? Julie C. Tebr Mm. Henrietta Block! !!!!.*! John Armstrong Chnloner. . ! A. M. Doyle Cnah, A. W. C !.'!!!!.*!!! TotaI BO 2 00 2 no 5 OO B 00 IB OO 60 OO 1 00 25 OO Contributions amounting to J155.G0 for tlio relief of the unemployed were by tTilu Times-Dispatch yoawiMW v,tnl "ocd of,those who are willingr. but unable to find, work liavwhn, m (1 Uie hearts of many upon Mhom the vagaries of fortune have not borne so heavily. The contributions range from jl to $50. ,nch giving ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 December 1914

IRSGHBEHG DENIES ; NELSBN'S STATEMENT ' *y? He Did Not Consent to Removal of Patient for Clinical Purposes. fAFF UPHOLDS l>R. NELSON hyslcian Is Fully Exonerated of Any Blame In Connection With Removal of Mrs. 'Willie Mallory to Memorial Hospital. Dr. J. Oarnott Nelson, chairman of 10 visiting staff of the Virginia Hoital, was fully exonerated of any lame In connection with tho clinical iteration performed on Mrs, Wllllo .allory, and oharges concerning which ere brought against him by John Irsohberg, of tho Administrative toard, at a mooting of the visiting *:nflr held In Virginia Hospital last light. J Tho board authorized the secretary > forward to the Administrative Hoard ? -day a statement to the effect that r. Nelson had violated no rule known j> them In removing Mrs. Mallory to 'omorlal Hospital from Virginia HosItal for the clinical operation, and sat ho had shown no dereliction of juty as a member of the hospital staff ? doing so. Tho conclud...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 December 1914

RESTRICTED TRADING BEGINS ON SITUS* Decision to Reo]>en Stock Exchange Is Reached at Meeting of Governors' Committee. WAIiT/ STREET IS RELIEVED Resumption of Public Trading on Floor Is Forced by Overwhelming Volume of Ilusitiess?Quickening of Speculative I'ulse Expected. IJY nitOADAN WAI.L NEW YOltK. December t.?Restricted trading In storks on the floor ot the Stork I Exchange will begin on Saturday. The I mini in '.i in prices "III be mode public on Friday. This" ilerlslon was reached at a largely-attended meeting of the governors' committee after the close to-day. It wa6 further derided that the committee of five )><? authorized to enforco stock loan contracts whenever It muy bo deemed wise '\o do so. Resumption of public trading was forced by the volume of business, which completely swamped the committee and literally compelled tho transfer of trading from the clearing-house to the floor of the exchange. VINANCIAI, DISTRICT 1'KKI.S MVCII REI.IKF i...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 December 1914

fllXTY-FOUUTU TEAR DMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED AX>VEItTISINO. T EI.IS PI I OMR YOUR WANTS tO Til 12 TIMES-L>I8I?ATCH A2VDOL.PII 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AI>. HATES. AII.Y, one cent a word when paid In ad- I vanee. No nU. taken far lea* than 10 cent*. UN RAY. one nnd ono-hr.lf cents a word for nil dasHiflrd tida. oxefpt Situations Wanted j at on? c<?nt a word. No ad. taken for lean j than It cents. t> AI>S. taken for less than 23 cunta when (barged or phoned In. Phoned order# not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed nft*r '.<:?#) l\ JI. LOST AND FOUND jOST, a black, white and tan female J setter. Any Information received will Je rewarded. Louis Washer, 3908 WUiamsburg Avenue. City. HELP- WANTED?Male /ANTED, railway mall and postal clerks; examination noon, over 2,000 ppointmentu yearly; prepare at home, /rite for Plan R of payment after upolntmont. Philadelphia Buuinens Col'ge, Civil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 December 1914

ANT Hnnnnffi TO T*V n siiinll Clus* ? ? ? ? fitted Advcrtiso'CCI | rvi ix? mput in Ilusiness ?| VJU 1 1 Chnnms Column, ;THE TIMES-DISPATCH ? Go;., a' ClRBsIflcd' SIGN TEII S Ad HoAa 'T?11b ? ii i I Whoro? to Look THE TIMES-DISPATCH SHOP EAKliV?Karly in the Day; Early in the Month. BOOKS Xn-Sakof .Choice Booths J or Little Money?-Gifts I 59 Standard (DeLjaxe Edition) Sets of At Positively the Lowest Prices Yet Recorded for Publications of Such Excellence. c, \ '.I:' An> <?$* It is astonishing how far a limited expenditure will reach these dava in the realm xl*; ' " ' " * ' ? ? - * *? ? ' * ? ? ? * " ifi i >"'of Books. In this big ten-day sale of standard sets of Books, the world's greatest literature is brought within.the means of practic.'Vlly every one. and in editions that are most durable as well as pleasing in appearance. By "20% off" we mean? f > f? I j 20% Off Our Own Regular Prices--The Prices We * Name in This List. And 20',&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

?' Vf.'-r-i?' flTTHENTIC DRESS STYLES ?? For TTomcn are charmingly llluatrnted dally on the Household X'age of THE TIMES-DISPATCH 14 DAYS TO SHOP You will help the merehaata and ?et better aervlce It you SHOP EARLY. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER. 19,924, RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES PRICE 2 CENTS, CLOUDY TO-DAY'S WEATHEK | AL LAST ROAD LIES CLEAR AND FIRM BEFOHSINESS1 Wilson Tells Country Legis- . lative Program of Regulation Is Complete. | EVERY HONEST MAN MAY - WALK WITH CONFIDENCE I There Need Be No Conjecture as to What New Measures May Follow. annual message is read Largo Portion Devoted to Statement on Policy of National Defense. WASHINGTON, December 8.?President Wilson, Jn his annual address to Congress to-day. coupled with a defense of the country's military preparedness a word of assurance to business that It would not bo embarrassed by further legislation. He said the trust anil currency legislative program , of his administration virtuall...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

British Forces Make Important Advances in West ?<atarrh. with fever. Is the most interesting news of the day. The Emneror'n prolonged activityrand rccent 'reports of his appearance Chavo caused the public to watch with particular Interest developments regarding hts health. ^DECISIVE ACTION MAY UK 13XPECTED ANY IIAY >* BERLIN, December 8 (by wireless to jLondon).?A review of the situation In ?both theatres of the war up to the end *of last week reveals ltttlo change/as ^compared with the preceding ^jveek. j SjThls Is especially true as regards the Vwestern theatre, where the allies made ~a number of attacks which always were ^defeated. *? That decisive action may be expeoted 'any day Is indicated hy a report from ^headquarters saying that "everything | J-1s proceeding according to our pro-; ?j?ram." This Is taken here to mean | '.that thus far the German operations! piavo been successful. * Much encouragement has been do-; ,?rlved here from the recent Russian ?r...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

MISS UTflDOF TELLS OF CHILDREN'S BUREAU JT&'s <JUI?a GJiefhropw, "What are you doing to help Dr. Knnlon Williams to make a complete birth registry for Virginia? Are you registered? Do the State records show the births of your children?" At the close of a most interesting account of the work of the Children's | bureau of the United States Depart- ] ment of Labor, Miss Julia Lathrop, its head, turned to her hearers and brought home to them each woman's : share in making a success of this effort on the part of the government to look out for the welfare of Its children. Miss Lathrop was speaking to the Woman's Association of St. Paul's: lCpiscopal Church yesterday after- ' noon, and she said that one of tlie I greatest diflicultics the bureau had en- I countered was to get any accurate ! statistics of births in thfe United States. As uninteresting and lacking In the I picturesque as the work of a registry bureau may sound. It is nevertheless the basis on which her...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

RICHMOND SURE OF INTERNATIONAL CLUB Information From New York Full of ? Good News for Local Baseball Pans. [4 **<VV " i rPETERSBURG MEN INTERESTED " Promise to Loyally Support Team and Plan to Attend Opening Game. Many Improvements to Re .Made at Broad Street Park. \ew York, Drecmbcr H, 1011. Sportinic Kdilor, I'liiicN-Dlxpntch, Richmond, Vn. It look* Rood fur plnclnpr International club In Richmond. It will be decided by to-morrow nlKbt. W. II. lIltAUMOY. Richmond is to get better baseball, this la the information conveyed in telegr ams from the seat of war?Now York?and while all the details have not been perfected, ' enough information Jias leaked out to us.suro the loyal fans of this city that .lack Dunn will fillot the 1915 team and make this an ; nternational League spoke. Syracuse | will.set the Jersey City franchise, and 1 the circuit will comprise the following j cities: Richmond, Newark. Providence, i Syracuse, Buffalo, Rochester, Toronto 1 and Montreal. Starting...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND | CAMPAIGN FOR SCHOOL IN WOODLAND HEIGHTS Must Provldo for 800 Children of .School Age In Next Three Years. SETTLES OWNERSHIP OF DOG ! Peculiar Case Comes Hefore Justice i Muurlco in Police Court, Part II. Uloodhound Turned Over to Chesterfield County Police. The campaign for a school to accommodate tlin r-hiidrcn of Woodland j Heights and Forest I Illl was begun i ut a mooting; of the Woodland Heights | < Mothers' Club yesterday afternoon at ? the homo of Mrs. Wheat. Reports from 1 j the committee which have been can- . vasslng tile territory were road, showing that within three years there would 1 be 300 children of school age. There are now approximately 200 children i from six to sixteen years old and 100 three yearn of age. The Franklin School, whore a number of these pupils , attend, is suld to be overcrowded and ; not able to seat them. It was decided | that the need of a graded school in Woodland Heights is Imperative, and j that every effort should...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

jRirfimoriii dimi#-$)i?patcl) TUB TIHBSt Founded............. 1S8S THB DISPATCH. Founded 1830 Pabllahed every day In the year by The Times - DUpttrb Publishing Company, Inc. Address all eommuntfatlo&a to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlmea-Dfspntch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, Rlchmoad, Va. fBLEPnOXG, RANDOLPH 1 / Publication OfQce 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg 100 North Sycamore Street l-T^hburg 218 Eighth Street HASBROOIt, STORY A BROOKS, INC., Special Advertising Representatives. Norr York.,., 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia, . . . Mutual Lite Building CIiIcbro .....People's Gaa OulldInK SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MA Hi One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mob.* Moa. Mo. Dally and Sundny SO.00 $.1.00 SI.60 $ .B!J Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .30 Sundny only 2 00 1.00 .60 .25 Dy Tlmea-Dlspntch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and nulmrtm) nnil Petcrsburgt Daily v<itb Sundny, one ireok.. 15 centn Dally vrlthout Sunday, one vrecli 10 ce...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes 3ANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB IN HONOR OF MISS CONE "nch?" F,.r.c;?o,,lon c,ub ?? Flr?t Dimcp of Season for Dtocaibrr 23. ? I?"s Annie Cleveland Cone, daughter ?if-rrtln A,;chlbft,d Cone, whs >iZl lL lhtr?<*?*c?a to Boolety at a ,f Vlrt,5fi at VVft Cou?t?y Club "1- debut t'u ?? honor Of huii' wT?h mVh r66m 01 t,Uj club "inll-1*H?1 a druPe,,y of Southern ,?y tre " and pa,,n8' and Intor*persod ivtli wldker ?it. An?^,iUU,pftl^5 an'J ^rns formed ,!'"nc.? worn by^ri^ Uie ?a?r.sk: sfr& | ,:-'s,V"ii"? sav, x- ? I ,f;.iu"<!ph "? Est,,h and Mr. and MConf <??* Putnoy received with . 1(1 P?*eBfent?jd her to tho '? ro n*Z \u t0 5Ttot hcr- Mlsa Ju"a V ..r'foik . tain,,,A nodhian, of \lii? oa* * a,8? ,n the receiving line ioiffeii C0"lln*-6ut sown was fash? draped in ih? I*581 w'hlte dharmeuse ?h! Sri? Iridescent crystal beads. and I *?>o carried 'an armful of ron? w. !rabHB#rt iams Hnd *'??? Wil...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

AMERIGR SHALL NOT BE MADE MID GIMP Country Should Bo Jealous of Its Record us Champion of Peace ami Concord. DEFENSES NOT NEGLECTED President Wilson, in Annual Message, Replies to Critics of Military Policy?Pleads for Merchant Marine, and Outlines Legislation. President Wilson's Legislative Program In his nuitmil nirxniiRC to ConMrrcss President Wilson? Kcplles to those who hnve criticized this country's preparations for defense. Voices hope that United State* mny he luMtruiiiental in rentorlng Europe to peace. Urjcen pas.iiiRe of conservation bills. Asks that In \vs for ultimate Independence of Philippines he cnncted. Points out country'!* nnprepnredncss to take advantage of eomnierclnl opportunities by reason of lack of ships, and ur^es passage of lilll providing for Kovernment-ouned nterehnnt marine. Urjfos rntillcation of I^ondon convention for safety at sea, and pannngre of measure for chnrtinpr perilous waters on Alaskan coast. Insists on economy In all branches of government....

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

HHP WORK GOES STEADILY EMM ?acher, Laundry, PrugKlBt. and Other Vurlcties In List of Law Violators. X'TIISIDE POLICE INACTIVE Hcports Made for Throwing Trash Into Streets in That Section of City?More Than Fifty People Pay Hnes In Police Court. 'ho police aro no respectorn of peror firms when !t comes to onclng the new *"cloan-up" ordinances, ports nintle by tho olllcern specialassigned to see to tho'enforcement these ordinances show th.it tho city Slf has twlco been reported. Last ';ht tho blotters of the various poi stations showed that', among a '?t of persons and eHtabllshmentH rented for alleifod violations of tho jlinnnccs, were preachers, laundries, jiggists, furniture dealers, real es|e mon and any number In other es of business, as well as several lnhlual householders. *ev. J. .1. WIcKer, 2018 Jefferson eriue,' was the minister reported on i books of the l'Mrst Police Station failure to clear av.-ay deposits of sh-papcr and nshes In the vicinity his residence. Othor unlooked...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

WALL STREET IS BUSY PREPARING ITS FORCES Broker* Getting Ready to Resume Business After Many Weeks of Idleness. SPECULATION IS ENCOURAGED Free Trading Will Re Permitted in All Stocks Selling at 915 or Under. Restricted Dealing in Semispcculativc Issues. _ ! IJY BROADAN M ALINEW' YOHK. Dfifmbor Wall Street n^nt a busy day connecting up telephones, rearranging clerical forces anil making other necessary preparations for the resumption ; of speculative activity on Saturday. Stock Exchange officials have arranged ] encourage speculation by permitting free tiding In the stocks that are selling: at I W'J or under, und perinlttlnK restricted trad- | lng In the semlspeculallve Issues and debar- 1 ring many of the high grade Investment stock*. such as Union Pacific. Canadian Pu- | olfic. Great Northern, pfd.. and Illinois Central. . Brokers are merchants, and their profits depend upon the rapid turnover of other people's holdings. For nineteen weeks they have practically been without means o...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH TEAK I 1 THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTfrt FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. . 'BLEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DIBPATCH NDOLIMI 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. RATES. ILY, ono cent n word when paid In admce. No ad. taken for less than 10 cenn. 'BAY, one and one-half cents a word for classified ads. except Situations Wanted.) ono cent k word. No ad. taken for less nn 10 cents. , ADH. taken for less than 35 cents when lurgad or phoned In. i*honed orders not laranteed. Classifications not guaranteed tj?r 9:JO P. M. LOST AND FOUND RAYED, from 616 Lomlmrdy, maltbc kitten. Reward. Phone Rani)h 4353. - iST or strayed, vicinity Main and ,'elTorson Streets, I'er8,,an???'tt,t.tren: ilte. Reward If returned 200 West |ln Street, Mrfl. John W. BurrcsB. ? IBT. a black, white and tan remaU etter. Any Information received wll 1 rewarded. Louis Washer, JJ08 Wllmslmrg Avenue, City. VNTED. 'railway mall and ?lerks; examination soon, over -,000 ^ointments yearly; prepare at home, ?ite for Plan R payment af...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 December 1914

?BE? IMIIHIIjMIl |M TEN A.NT.S"?ri!?.?! It you make u FINDING "oI the Want i r Columns. : e THE TIMES-DISPATC] RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914, SHOP EARLY?Early in the Day; Early In the Month. Don't Forget About G LOVES! Head your to-day's shopping list with GLOVES! Sending Gloves means sure pleasure, and?if purchased at "Richmond's Glove Store"?a lasting: satisfaction. There are several kinds of French, German and English Kid Gloves that are here now, but that may not be obtainable here' or anywhere else in America later on. These will be among the most appreciated of Glove gifts made this Christmas. In to-day's display will be an exceptionally good collection of White and Black Gloves, in embroidered backs, in self and black on white, and self and white on black. Cape Gloves, .Lambskin, Chamois, Cashmere, Pique and other Gloves, in black and white and tan, in wrist and longer lengths, are here in profusion, in a complete range of sizes and at all favorite prices?$1.00 and $1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 December 1914

THE CHILDREN'S PAGE lathe SIMIAV l?nur In an mtrrtaiutng feature for youug and old. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 13 SHOPPING DAYS Are all .that remnln bcforo ChrlNtmnn. Help other* and youmrlf liy buying Karl), THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,925, PRICE 2 CENTS. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914 CLOUDY TO-DAY'H WKATHEIt TWELVE PAGES THREE GERM AN CRUISERS BIG ARMY WILL NOTPREVENTWAR, SAYS W.I. BRYAN Preparedness as Preventive Measure a Fallacy, Secretary Asserts. GLAD PRESIDENT TOOK STAND ON OTHER SIDE Member of Wilson's Cabinet Sits as Delegate at Church Conference. WANTS PERSONAL TEMPERANCE W?J' to Suppress Liquor Traffic Ih for Knch Man to Stop Drinking. Kv?ry pausn in the speech of William Jennings Hryan, Secretary of State, speaking last night at the City Auditorium ah a delegate .to the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In America, before an audience of -4.000 people, was the signal for vigorous applause. The secretary's subject was "Church Unity and the Peace. M...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 December 1914

berg; J>ip*lg and Dresden were sighted , near t?)o Falkland Inlands by a British , squadron under Vlce-Admlral Sir Fred- ( erlck Sturdce. "An action followed, In the course of which the Scharnhorst, flying the flag of Admiral Count von Spec, tlio Gnelsenau and the L>elpElg were sunk. The Presden and Nurnborg made off during tho action and are being pursued. '"Two colliers also were captured. ."The vice-admiral reports that tho British casualties are very few In number. * "Some survivors have been rescued from tho Gnelsenau and the Leipzig." ,-The announcement of tho Admiralty falls to state what British ships were engaged, for fear of Informing the Qerman admiralty of the whereabouts the warships. BELIEVED niUTISH SHIPS ' IN CONSIDERABLE NUMBER .It Is assumed that the British Bhlps were in considerable number, as tho SOharnhorst and the Gnelsau had already proved themselves formidable and effective units. ^London to-nlglit Is aflame with enthusiasm over tho vic...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 December 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND CIW IMPROVEMENTS F0H ANNEXED SECTION Residents of Sivansboro nnd Woodland Heights to Hold Meetings To-Niglit. CLAIM FISH WAGON WAS BAB County Ofllcer Flynn Traces Automobillsts Charged With Peddling Toys Without Lrtccnse to Formville. Will Be Brought Back for Trial. Residents of Swansboro and Woodland Heights will meet to-night for tho purpose of discussing Improve- . monts desired In the suburbs. Tho Woodland Heights Citizens Association 1 will hold Its regular meeting In tho ! Baptist Church, and the Swansboro Clt- J izens' Association will have a called ttesslon In Weathcrford Memorial Baptist Church. Lights and strcet-cloaning are said : to be tho Immediate needs of Bwansboro, and tho Administrative Board will I be asked to have this work done as j soon as possible. At the Woodland Heights meeting the Mothers' Club will i propose that a petition asking for a school be presented to the school board. | .Claim Fish Wagon Ww Dar. Alexander ? Tingle, colored, was arrai...

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