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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

FASHIONS IN DRESS Arc charmingly illustrated d a i 1 y on t he household page of THE TIMES-DISPATCH FOOD PROBLEMS Are entertainingly dlacuaqed f oh" Saturday* 'WMirtha .?* Weatover In THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. An Almost Endless Variety of Charming Gift Suggestions in Our Department of Solid Gold J ewelry Needless, almost, to say that our stock of Solid Gold Jewelry is more extensive and com plete than it has ever been before; one is con vinced of this after a few moments spent at the counters. And please keep in mind the fact every item sold at this counter is SOLID GOLD?backed by the mark of quality on each piece, which is an all-important factor in purchasing Jewelry. The accompanying list shows a number of appropriate gift items for gentlemen and ladies; also children and babies. We make NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR EN GRAVING, or Xinas boxing. ABOUT 150 SOLID GOLD LA VALLIERES, set tings of real and imitation stones, $2.50 to $35.00 each. Brooches, $1.50 to $...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY Brteg your copy t<s-duy. Rtal Eatate, Dndirw Okaiefi. Uoord V. ?? Waattd. Help Wanted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 11 DAYS TO SHOP You will help the merehuli ?nd eel better service II you 8IIOK EARLY. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 04th YEAR NUMBER 19,927. RICHMOND, VA? SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 1914, PRICE 2 CENTS. CLOUDY TO-DAY'S WBA.THEU MESSAGE OF GOOD WILL TO JAPANESE PEOPLE ADOPTED Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America Adjourns. WANT HISTORY SO TAUGHT AS NOT TO GLORIFY WAR Special Commission Headed by Gifford Pinchot, Studying Con ditions of Country Life. BYMPATIIY FOR JEW 1811 PEOPLE Resolution!* Offered by Blsliop Hen drix Adopted?Text of Mes HiiKe to Japan. Adoption of a message of goodwill to j l be conveyed to Japan t>y a special dep- j ; utatlon, the Inauguration of a move ? inent to suppress the exploitation of \ war stories In fhe hlHtory courses of ' i tin* public school* of the country, and tho creation of u new commission on | church and country life, fe...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

Germans Suffer Enormous Casualties, Is Ru ssian Claim defeated the Germans, taking several rone and J.OOO prisoners. Of the Gorman column operating In the rftglon of Plotrkow, and that ad vancing from Csenstochowa, there Is no ncwn except tho Russian that 4,on other parts of tho front thero have been no substantial changes. A check or ropulsc of any opo of tho columns, however, in the opinion of military critics, must affect tho whole Oermnn plan, which was a formidable movoment aiming at tho capture of Warsaw and the roliof of Cracow. For this purpose largo reinforcements \yero sent from tho west, and operations wero pushed wUh great resolution against a determined opposition. it probably will take some days to de termine. however, whether tho checks have upset this plan. The Servian victory over the aus trlans appears fully confirmed by tho occupation of Ushltza and ValJe\o. The Servians havo regained most or their territory toward the Bosnian frontier, and they also havo defeated...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

STOCK EXCHtNEE WILL RESUME THINE THM j * , . ( - IilHt of Unrestricted aud xxeatrlcted ' Issues In Which Dealings Will He Permitted. CLONED MINCE JULY 30 LAST Condition of international List Im proves, as Is Hliown in Minimum Prices Quoted?These Are on Busls of Quotations of July 80. NEW YORK. December 11.?The New York Stock Exchange to-day mudo public u list of unrestricted and re stricted stocks. together with minimum prices in Hie case of restricted stocks, In which trading will be permitted on the floor of the ijock Exchange, be kI?iiIiik to-morrow. This 1b the Mrat time that Btocks will have been traded in on the floor of tho Stock Exchange since July 30 lust, when the exchange was closed hecauue of the European war situation. Re stricted trading In bonds has been per mitted for two weeks. LISTS OK IlKSTItlCTHD AND UNUKSTHICTFID STOCKS The following are the lists of re stricted and unrestricted stocks: Restricted stocks: Alaska Gold, 19; Allls-Chalmers Manufacturing Company pre...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

jti jloggia LUU JJ ii. RICHMOND WILL GET BALTIMORE ORIOLE'S FRANCHISE FODTSALL BflTTLE TO BE STAGED TO-MY Scholastics and Church Hill Athletic Club Teams to Decide Amateur Champlonsltlp of City. BOTH ELEVENS ARE READY Additional Week Given to Training Has' Put Players In Tiptop Form iot Hard Contest?Receipts to Be Turned Over to Belgian Fund. To-Day's Line-Up Chnrcli Hill Kcliolaitlc*. Position. Athletic Club. ItanMotne.. .. .left end R.Bell Hemlne. >.. .left tnckl*..... .A. Bell Wiltshire, i.. .left guard . Miller Locke centre Sterling Penlck rUrht Runrd Dudley fiarrlng... .rlcht tackle Cnson lncy,.i. r I Klit end :Qunrlen Hart quarter back. .. .Perkins Parker. .. .left half bnck. . Humbnrd Gee '....full hack Stutm Molts rlRlit half bnck... W. Bell Substitutes ? Scholnntlc*! Honn, Davison, Umlnuf. Church Hill A. C.i Cosby, Hoy, Thacker, Mnhooe, Pollard and Anderson. Nothing short of a blizzard Will atop tha Belgian Benefit Game to-day at Broad Street Park between the fool ball t...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

DEIIEII5 OF BOOKS II NEWS OF PUBLIGIIIIONS "The Three Sisters" ? Literary Achievement, but a Most Un pleasant Story. HOOK BY AUTHOR OF KMM V LOU Unceasing Grumbling of Discontented Group of Girls Unprepared for Life and Without Training Wears on ? Header's Patience. In spite of the artistry that dis'ln- I guiishes the work of May Sinclair, or. perhaps. because of It, her latest hook, i "The Three Ulsters' (Macmillan). Is : distinctly unplcarant. Whllo It Is , marked by every evidence of a close | study of human life and human nature, j the result of which Is Imparted by an admirable use of Buggesl ion, rather than statement, and In. therefore, to be regarded as a literary nohlevament,' the book is a revelation of a very sor did side of humanity. A"nd to repeat in words?what bus already been sug gested, the high literary quality of the work Intensifies the gloom of the story. The title Is not fanciful, but Indicates. < In a broad general way, the nature of | the novel, which Is a ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

THE T1MHS. KomW.... THE DISPATCH, Konnded 1SRS 1860 PahlUhtd eTcrr d?7 **> the year by The Tlmea Dlapatch Pnbllablnv Company, Inc? A?dr**a alt eommuuleatlona to TIIW TIMKS-D IS PATCH, Ttmn-Dlipntch llulldlnff, 10 South Ttntls Street, tltchmMd, Vii I fBLEPHONK. KANDOIiPH 1 Publication Office 10 South '^nth Street South Richmond :'i J t'cirrnhars 100 North Sycamore *<re?* '.-rrhburf 219 Eighth Street HA3I1KOOK. STOBY * llllOOKS, INC., Special Ai^TertlslDc Rtpreaentatlvea. ?vr York ^ j Mutual Ufo Hnlldlag Chl^BO . ..:. People', tin* Building ! St'BSCBIPTION BATES j nv MAlii ?,,p B,x Three W"" j POSTACiB PAID Year. Mow. Mo?. MO. , Dally nntl Sunday... .??.00 | Ually only -1.00 B.00 1.00 .SB Sunday only fi 00 1.00 -oO .*? j lly Tlmea-DUpatch Carrier Delivery Service In Hlchiuoud laud auburhft) nnd Petersburg! Dolly With Sunday, one treek.. ?"<* ? IJnlly without Sundny, one week 10 centa , Suudny ouly ' j Kntcivtk January 27, 1005, at Blcl.mond, Va., n? I Kcvoml-elnari matter und...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

' 7" Household Interests -SOCIETY Personal Notes MISS ANNE KEITH ROYALL VISITING IN DANVILLE Weekly Ounce to He HtlO lit Country Club ot Virginia This KTcnlng, . I^oIIovtIbk Dinner. Ml?s Anno itoith Royall Is leaving town to-day for Dtuivlllo, whcl*o aho i will visit friends for some time. Miss J Itoyall is golhg to Danville to nttund I I ho wedding of MIbm Grnco JoitoB next Week, at which ceremony nho will act r,H maid of honor for tins brldo. Mish ionco hftn BoVOrnl times visited Miss HOyall In ltlehmona, and liaa a grout inany friends In this city. I.eavlngc for Iii'Dchlinrg, Mias Elizabeth Clemmer, of Middlo brook. who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. John D. Clothier, here, will leuvo In a few days f$r a visit to frlenda In Lynchburg, whero a number of Inter eating functions have boon planned in her honor. Miss Clcmmer will later fro to lscxiiiKton, wlitfo who expects to attond tho Christmas dance* Riven by ? ho cadetM at tho Virginia Military lu Htltute. Miss Clemmer inaOo hor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

Must Perfect Our Workers, if We Would Compete With Other Nation*. FAVOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING Society for Promotion of industrial j ?Kdt.cntion Closes Its Annual Kcs- , si0n?Delegates Will Visit llttinp , ton Normal School To-I>ay. I ??The whole future of this (.oiuHry j depend* upon h u 1 u s t r i a l .uy: j .aid .1;iiu< s iJuT t?pv'n session 1 rt^t^niW^^^ i X the worl.1 w.tlj other nations. *e . sss^. vj ?y?r ?r. ,l" ea!lv 'and Krnnce and the other | IC'lirles wm ^ ^U>- aw'Senea j cause the;. ha\*AH ? . education : jco the necessity or sucn the children. . Vnrli '? Julius Henry Oohen. of ? " , discussed ^he !)Krocnients." I trt?,1 ? 'Vha t' in a 11 c r s which ultimately X v?J?V i ?v, v nmiiiovo nve uciiiu and the eiuplo. nBr,.Cinent known by means of a 3 coming ,u 1,0 the that In pome Industrie, the recognized that n?|lould ho as iralnins of tl10 agreement as nutcii ? ?.??*?? ?"?<?>. ????;. hours of libot. ac" . oti,0r thlnps. "nce. 1 usVafson superintendent of vhe ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

II! lODFIMPNCTS1 j < j [l.'ngalnly Fourth Clay, Ban? 6f Election Nights, la Split I in Two. VIIREE NEW ONES IN MADISON | Eighth, On Bouthside, Gets Swans boro, and Ninth includes Wood land Heights and *yreit HU1. Hecommended tO Committee. MAdieon and Clay Ward mombers of l?he City Council. at separate meeting* jlfcet night, V6l*d to recofnlheild to thO Ispecial Joint committee on rcdlBtrlot ling a rearrangement dt the preolrtet lllheg of the two wards, which will ad?l IrtVe new preolnctB 16 the eleven which' llhe two wards now contain. I The Clay Ward delegation voted 16 Uollt the ungainly fourth precinct into I two, and to add & new p'redlnot lhVthfc I fai* BdUthwest, embracing most of the jniw territory^ that Was added to the I ward by anrteKatloil. Tha-sFOUrth f're l? Inct of Clay Ward. befefeUse of Its ltd* jinenBlty, haft f6r years been tho bane lot election nights, often delaying the Iflrtal complete returns for hours after [every other t>r6clftct in the Glt'y had I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

FEAR ABANDONS TRENCHES; | RETREAT IS LIKE A ROUT Buyer?" Hope to Anticipate Effect of Return of Public Con fidence. HEAVY BUSINESS TRANSACTED ' Difficulty In Securing Stocks, Al though Bids Are Advanced Sharply Above Recent Quotations?Bond Market Is Strong. IIY 11ROADAN WAM. NEW lOBK. December U.?When cheer fulness takes the aggressive, fear abandons Its trenches. The retreat to-day turned Into > h rout. Selling orders wero canceled, and J buyers, hopini; to anticipate the cffcct of a | return of public confidence, found difficulty In securing stocks. although their bids were advanced sharply above recent quotations. Attempts to buy stocks through the clear ing- house to-day resulted In the heaviest business since the close of the exchange, ami the Stock ExchntiR" found It necessary to Issue orders that nil transactions to-day. as well as those made to-morrow, must be nut I on the eloarlng-house sheet and clearing | In the usual manner on Monday. The bond market was strong with a...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 December 1914

; . Ucfimonli ?niejrJH$patcIj | bixttTfourtii tear k dmittedly THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. rELEPIIONE YOUR WANTS TO TltEJ TiME8-D18PATCH VNOOLPI1 1 I UANDOIjPH WANT AD. RATEJS. UI,Y, cue cent a word when paid In ad ?ance. No ad. taken for lens than 10 cents. WDAY, one and one-half cente a word for ?II classified nda. except Situations Wanted -t ono cent a word. No ad. tukon for le?? han 15 cent*. ) ADS. taken for lea? than ?5 cento when barged or phoned In. Phoned order* not :uarantaed. Cla?Bllicatlon?vnot guaranteed ? fter D:t0 P. M. LOST AND FOUND )ST, a black, white und tan remalt | natter. Any Information received will, rewarded. LouIb Waalier, 3908 Wil imsburg Avcnuo, City. EWARD offerer! for nmooth hair Irish terrier, annwerlng to name of Jack, eurlng a silver mounted collar ana etui No, 186, who strayed or was olen from S18 1-2 West Franklin rect. Return to abovo address to aim reward. 5 reward for lost terrier; reddish brown, with short tall and...

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

II THE NEWS OF VIRGINIA TENANT Ne?d not t>. h.rd m.'.1. If you make ua? FINDING of th? Want Ad r inuinu column*. : THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?AH of It? .boars the im press of au thenticity In : THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND. SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 1914, Silk Hosiery for Gifts THE IDEAL GIFT for An Extra Value?At $1.00 Pair. WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK HOSE?Silk from top to toe?with colored tops of lavender, orange or white; spe cial at $1.00 a pair. McCallum, Wayne-Knit and Kayser Silk Hose. Three of the world's most celebrated makes, sold here in a complete line of colors' and black?$1.00 and $1.50 a pair. A Special Sale of McCallum Silk Hose. Good quality, with double soles and high spliced heels and deep garter tops; black only. SPECIAL, PAIR I DC McCallum Silk Hose in Exclusive Novelties. Beautiful hand-embroidered effects and other distinctly new fancy effects, so popular for gift-making, $2.00 to $5.00 a pair. First Floor. GLOVES! Undeniably the "Safe" Xmas Gift The more GLOVES a lady h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

READ THE WANT ADS They tell of opportunities fee' which you may Umtc feeea look* In*-* THE TIMES-DISPATCH BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT By placing u order (or the ; dally delivery to yoar hone or ,i office of THE TIMES-DISPATCH CLOUDY PRICE FIVE CENTS RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1914 FIFTY -EIGHT PAGES. TO-DAT'S WEATHER NUMBER 19,928. MJINh L STOCK EXCHANGE IS REOPENED FOR ACTIVE TRADING ? 1 ? ? ?, Activity on Floor Revives Memories of Former Big Days. HUNDREDS OF BROKERS READY FOR BUSINESS Signal for Opening Causes Wave of Applause That Swells Into Vast Flood. VISITORS* GALLERY FILLED Market Opens With Rnsh That Sends Principal Issues Whole Points Above Minimum. NEW YORK. December 12.?Wall Street cajno Into Its own to-day. The .Stock Exchange, closed for nearly four and a half months, except for limited trading In bonds during the past two weeks, was reopened at 10 o'clock this morning for active trading In stocks. One hundred and ninety-two Issues were approved by tho' governors for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

PAINS DISAPPEAR Rheumatism depends on an aold which flows In the blood, affecting the muBclos and Joints, producing inflam* ANOTHER LEPER JOINS EARLY erman Lruiser Dresden betting on Lloyd's, which was 25 _ that tho Dresden would be round up by -January 2. (?>V7r0JX?coo?' tcncac*Mtod?> - Jsv 3SDKN IN IXLET ON COAST OF PATAGONIA )ON, Docembor 12.?A dispatch Jth? Evening News troin Valparaiso, ile, says It la reportGd that the Qer crnlser Dresden lias taken rofuga ?'an Inlet on' the coast of Patagonia, he Dresden Is the only vessel of German squadron which met the ^Jtlsh fleet In tho Squth Atlantic L>? fcinber S that has not been accounted iTThe engagement of December 8 oft >? Falkland Islands resulted In the kstructloh of tho German crulaerB Sharnhorst, Gnelsenau and Leipzig, ifter It was announced the Nurnberg Is? had been destroyed. The DreBden leaped, and was supposed to have fled rfesStward. That would take her to no coast of Patagonia, where the Val $Oralso report pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

The Little A And such Dolls as they little mother; cuddly Bab pink toes; haughty Dolls ( tumes; Character Dolls o some frowning, all charmi $1.50 Ba Rpauties, with eager bisque ers Jo claim them. They hav< hands and arms, and blond, bri their little round heads; jnly . ; Handkerci Thousands of The Counters loaded with boxes asr gifts, and you v for so many novel beautie chiefs, with no missing li from the child to the fasi kerchiefs, Initialed Hand embroidered. Remarkable prices. Price Range is / Handkerchiefs Boxed I Give a Silk Petticoat A. Silk Petticoat makes appreciative gift, pretty, s viceable, lasting. I-Iundrt to select from; all colors, sizes, all prices to suit eve purse. Silk Messaline Petticoats, cordeon pleated ruffles; regu $1.!?8 ones,on sale Mon- -I t day for ?pl*r All-Silk Jersey Petticoats, w pleated ruffles, in all the *j ? new colors 4)1 bccond Floor Beddings Third- Floor. Cotton Blankets, white or gray, pair J?. $1.45 Fleeced Blankets, Q[ extra size, pair u*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

p 15 NUI ALL MbHllNB ; German and French Soldiers Find *; Time to Establish Friendly Relations. ?? hUHMIURiiU RIHiLtErS . i Report Submitted by Nary Depart ment Supplementing Testi mony of Daniels. < SGtHGE ON SDUTHSIDE Police of South Richmond Discover But Few Failures to Keep Streets in Spotless Oonditlon. v^u.. ? sou worm Eighteenth Street; C. H. ' Haaren. 1000 Bast Broad Street; W. B). Myers. 700 Nor^h Seven teenth Street; C. Chappa, 600 North Seventeenth Street; S. and L. Straus, 775 North Seventeenth Street; Rich mond Cold Storage. ISlchteenth and Clay Streets; Herman Kramer, 50* alleys near their houses. The reports at the Seoond Station were as follows: B. Frledlunder,'608 Charity Street; A. Hoen & Co.. Sixth an.d Canal Streets: John A. Hutohman, Sixth and Cary Streets; Rlohmond Pharmacy, 523 East Main Street; O. I* Sturman, 607 East Main Street; C. R. Howell, 412 Qodden Street; Harriett SOME GOOD-NATURED CONTESTS |B One Qront Sport Is Shooting at Hares | 81 v Which L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

It IHffl COMMITTEE Kmlnent Men Will Appear in Win chester, Paid. From Funds of L/nte Judge Hundley. APPLE GROWERS PROSPEROUS Fruit Raisers in Valley Are Shipping to Foreign Markets and Receiving Top Prices?Roys "Shoot Up" City and Are Heavily Fined. (Special to The Tlmea-Dlspatch.] WINCHESTER. VA., Doccrnber 12.? The locturo committee of the John llandloy Memorial library has in nouncod, a .icrlon of lectures this win ter by Homo of the most eminent pub lic speakers In the United States, who are to be paid out of funds left for that purpose by the late Judge Hand ley, of "Scraiiton, Pa., who gave Win chester the bulk of his vast estate for the education of the poor boys and girls and for the library that bears his name. The first lecture will be on December 17 by Dr. James Howard Gore, a native of this county, who for years has been connected with the government In scientific research work. Tie will discuss "Belgium and ller ['coplc." Others who are to de liver lectures are Dr. Harv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

VIM VIIII1I III1VUV Unemployed Heads of Families Eager to Workvto Relieve Sting of Charity. MTV ATION UNPRECEDENTED lie of Liberal Responses, Large Is Needed to Carry on Work, le Drug Company to Give haje of Sales on Thursday. Coji'ributions Yesterday o.o, S 00 1 00 A. V. P 8. H. Purcell, Schuyler, Va." 2 00 SviitigtlUt W. A, Caddy, - Wuhlogton, D. C S00 "waiter Wllaon 10 00 s: Amount rffrlvtd 9 [jPmtonilr ficknoirltdgrd. .. .9 21 00 9202 00 Total received 9313 00 Pride plowed from the faces of slxty itx men yesterday afternoon as they -eoelved from Dr. James Buchanan, jecrotary of the Associated Charities, :he wages earned by the sweat of their jrows during the past week A mis erable pittance the largest sum might be called, but to eacl^of thoso sixty six unfortunates, the coi'.s represented manhood and self-respect. They were not beggars, but men collecting for honest toil, and receiving In return something with which to appease the fifinger of their. destitute families. Richmond ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

SOIIMil Lt.lltn ' FOR SUM OF 331)0,335 Artlntifl Itrniifflif In rtili?A(fA ti? mitn GALL \E LEGISLATION TO CARE FOR IMMIGRANTS IteiifiluttonH Adnntml nt f1ohfM?nrA SHILL RESEfliE BM SERVE FOO CL Elevator Compaule Minnesota. , ' TELL.8 OF HIS THAN Man Who Aspired to Title King" Charges Concerns Him With Playing "Jut lie Had Market in His J , f Special to The Timea-Dl CHICAGO, December Inciter, who once aspired I of "Wheat King," ? ? boh Chicago by, the Interior un urch Eldvator Companies ol for ?380,93G. Thin represe >. pal and interest on notes elevator companies by I-elt inent for part of the wheat up In his effort to corner th< 1898?the effeort which coot 111,000,000. "Oh, I was not going to market so tightly that the [ not buy a loaf of bread," h to-day, after he had told Ke Humphries of his transacts "Nothing like that?but I' them eating out of my h< elevator people had not pi with me." Lieitor explained that In h . corner the market he had c an agreement with the ele p...

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