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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Ha expected to return to Petersburg to-night but oarly till* morning Mrs. Rlgby died, and he will remain over to asslat In the aervlces at her funeral. Dr. Pitt, of Richmond, will preach for Dr. Roper at tho First Baptist Church to-morrow. Onl* Elect Officer*. The Petersburg Neat of Owls last night elected ofllcera for tho ensulnsr tSV, bullet was located In the right aide, pulse, temperaturo and reapera tlon are practically normal. SPBOlAl*. AGENT ANGLE TELLS OF CAPTURE 8p?clal Agent Myer B. Angle, of the Chesapeake and Ohio Uetecttve foroe, roturned to Richmond last night, lie wae Interviewed by Tho Tlmes-Dls patch and told- the olrcumatancea of n>An, he knew, Detective Rlohardaon would pass along the tracks that morn ing. and as he hated htm for aondlng him to.the pqnltontlary in 1004, de cided to "get even.'!' Ho weut to Cov ington on second 95. and took No. 98 back. Ho recognized Richardson In tho group on Payne's Grade by tho head light of the engine and ? tho bright moonli...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

?h Richmond! 16 OF COOK IINIENI POSTPONED Weather and Muddy revent Parade qt Wood en of the World. 18 BASKETS FOR POOH distributed by Fellowship | . of Central Methodist' -Thieves Eater Office of. Iron and Metal Company. > the Inclement weather, j Smoak, chairman of tho '? ?n arrangements, announced ifternoon -that tho rnsmo s ^hlcli were to' have been ' at the unveiling of tho over the grafe of Guy H. I raury Omotery by Maple j 69, Woodmen of tho World, postponed until next 8un r parade In planned to be left all the members of the idge and tho other organl Voodmon In the city are to and thlB wan prevented byj ns of tho streets. Tho ox ba held next Sunday, bo 2:80 o'clock, f). B. Latham, iter of tho lodges, will de idrefiR, and Miss Johns, of , will recite a poem, v. orocted In honor of Mr. I nix feet high, und In of a impressive design. Mr. j wan a well-known citizen Inside and prominent In tbo 10 lodge, died lust April. titJon (or School, i asking that a school be Woodland Heig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

MAY OPEN FLOODGATES TO FORGOTTEN BILLS Homo Members of General Assembly Said to Favor Miscellaneous Legislation. CALLED TO ACT ON TAXATION Hut Body Makes 1(8 Own Rules and May l)o as It Sees Fit as to Re opening Calendar?Must Re-Klect Certain Judges. If the Oeneral Assembly lives up | to an agreement sinned by a majority j of the members of the Somite Just bo- | fore tho adjournment last winter, the : special session, which convenes Jan- j nary 13. will be devoted exclusively to i lax legislation. If the majority, however, desires Jo ] >lold to the wishes of a few mem bers, who .-ire Interested In local bills which they failed to get through at the last regular sosslon. that agree ment must be Ignored. To this time none of the members said to be de sirous of injocting other mutters into tho session provided exclusively for consideration of tho tax measures lias openly acknowledged Ills purpose. It is generally accepted that those mem bers havo their ears to the ground, and need o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Work From Day to Day on Fighting Line Is Described in Diary. V ANTWERP WAS TAKEN tors Who Are Constantly Under Ire Pay Little Heed to Rain of lells and ShrapnelFrightful svoc. Wrought by Big Guns. ? roHpondenc? of Associated Press.] 5RLIN, December 2.?-A lieutenant hlans.'who took part In the siege ntworp, has sent home his diary, htch a correspondent of the Asso Preen has translated the most ?eeting portions..- It has hot .yet arid In the German press. After rifting his movements from rAnt > HH. the army reached Aershot, i ten$rmll6s to; the northeant of /a.'n. where thsi" inaln . body - biv fked oh the night of .September'26, cUary ^continues, with some unim <int amissions, as follows: ?ur horB/cs were stabled in the bar \ of -a tavern, some of theru tied ? to ^beer>tapB?Ijow idyllic' ' The f-;hsd been frightfully shot up; e was.hardly a hout-o undan\agcd. Jptembter .27? On the march ,at 7 >ck, reaching the railway crossing W 'of Aershot, where the main body tiged* ,Wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ME16H IS PBEPIK -j FOR COMING OF SOLONS; North Carolina I^RlsInturc Will Con ? " T?ne on January 0 for Session of Sixty Days. CANDIDATES ARE VERY ACTIVE O. Max Gardner Is Aspirant for Pros- j itlency of Senate?Three-Cornered i Contest Is Being Waged for Speak ership of Rouse. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 RALEIGH, N. C.. December 12.? State departments and people of Ral eigh are getting ready for the conven ing of the Legislature on January 6, and candidates for offices In the gift of tho Legislature, In perfecting Its organization for the sixty days of work, are active In all parts of tho State. O. Max Gardner, of Sholhy, is tho only candidate out for president pro tern of the Senate. R. O. Self is without opposition thus far in seek ing re-election to the chief clerkship of the Senate. A three-corncred contest Is on for the speakership of tho House, with T. C. Bowie, of Ashe; E. R. Wooten, of Lenoir, and L. H. Aired, of John ston, seeking tills position. A. A. F. Seawell Is men...

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

CLOTHING AT NORFOLK rict Chairmen Are Rushing For ward Contributions (or Bel gian Relief. iLEOT PACKAGES TUESDAY or Trucks to Be Used In Gather ig Clothing Prom Those Who ave Sent In Their Numes and (1 dresses. sports from tho various district Irmen of the Belgian Relief Com mon, made to Colonel Iienry M. tin. chairman of the State Rcltof mission, yestorday, Indicate that rl progress Is being made In tho mbllng of a vast amount of cloth-, and provisions, which are to be ped on tho Lynorta from Norfolk December 20. Several of the dls chalrmen said In thefr reports the contributions In .their resp?c soctlons had been large, arid that ( work of collecting tho goodH k!v to tho fund was b?'ng pushed to utmost. In several cases a large , unt of the clothing has already ,| chipped to the Relief Fund Hcad ?ters, In Norfolk. ie work of collecting the many .s of Richmond people will be be , Tuesday tnornlng. Colonel Boykln s names and addresses of hun le of local perBonsf who _have slg d that...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

mm PARDONS ] r; CMI11L CAMPBELL ? .Young Man Who Voluntarily Sur renders After Escaping M'lll Go Homo for Christmas. >VA8 ARIU58TKI) IN HK1STOL Got on 8proe In 1012 ami In Alter- j ration Struck Stranger Over Head { With Whiskey Hot tie?Would Not Make Known Plight. Crandall Campbell. serving a term of five years in tho penitentiary for felonious assault, will be pardoned by Governor Stuart and released In tlmo to spend Christmas at home with his parents in Johnson City, Tenn. Campbell Is a young man of respec table family connections In Tennessee, who wrecked his career by a spree In which he indulged when he wont to Bristol, V?., in September. 1912, on business. While Intoxicated, ho bo- | i^anie involved iti an altercntlon with a stranger, anil struck the man over the head with a whiskey bottle. He was arrested, indicted) for felonious wounding ami committed to jail. A sense of shuttle prevented him from making known his plight to his par ents. His absence from "home mysti fied...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ro BRIDGE SHIT WILL BE HEMD THIS KEEK Smith & Co. Claim $8$,000 Prom City of Richmond for Extras. >f; ' < ? BE TRIED BY JUDGE WELLS ractor Alleges Blue Print Fur^ shed Him Gave Erroneous Infor *tion?City Claims Drawing Was erely Approximate. 0 suit of I. J. Smith & Co. against :lty of Richmond /will go to trial listings Court, Part TL,- on Wad ay. For tho convenience of all iee the hearing will bo hold In the troom of tho Chancery Court at CJlty Hall. Judgo Ernest H. Wells preside. The action Is for dam In tho sum of 155,000. ortly after tho consolidation of mond and Manchester in 1910 tho purchased from tho Mayo Land Bridge Company an old ramshacklo :turo standing on tho site of the ent bridge. opo.mls wore invited by the city tho erection of tho now structure, bidders to furnish their own plans specifications. For the convenlenco Iddors, soundings were taken by City Engineer's office, and a bluo made qhowlng what was believed s .the Ibcd rock bottom of tho river. Res...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

PRESIDENT-GENERAL OF 111 IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. William Gumming Storjr Visits Members of Lynchburg Cliap ters for Tivo Days, ADDRESS AT RANDOLPH-MACON Oakwood Country Club Opens Its New Homo With Informal Recep tion?Southern Railway Preparing "Honeysuckle Route." [Spftclnl to The Times-Dispntch.] LYNCHBURG, VA? December 12.? Mrs. William Cummins Story, prosi dont-general of the Daughters of the American Revolution, was lavishly en tertained here this week by members of local chapters of that organization. Mrs. Story apehdlng two days here with the local members. The first re ception was tendered nt the home ot Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ivey In Rlv ermont, where many called to pay re-l.| spects to Mrs. Story.' Later she was entertained at the .homo of Mr. inrt Mrs. Thomas D. Christian on Wash ington Street, by Mrs. Christian, who is the regent of the Lynchburg Chap ter. An evening reception was given at the Klks' Home, when the local chapters listened to a pleasing talk by Mrs. Story. Mrs...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

TWO SPORTS RICHMOND. VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1914. ?4th YEAR H DOUBT ABOUT TRANSFER OF CLUB )unn Certain This City Will Secure the Oriole Franchise. '0 VISIT RICHMOND SOON Committee Appointed at League Meeting Will Look Over Lo cal Playing Field. BALTIMORE. MD., December ? fanager Dunn returned to-day from ho International Lcaruc meeting1 In Tow York, lie was rather reticent In alklng about his team, for the roa on that the matter of the transfer of la franchise has been placed In the ands of a committee. Dunn admitted, owever, that matters looked good for Mchmond, and he said he would rather o to that city than any other place. Ho bellevcH that the franchise of ersey City will be transferred wlth ut any trouble, and after this has :one through the way will bo made lear'for the Oriole franchise to go to Uchmond. Dunn Is suro that the eague committee will have no dllll ulty In arranging matters with the 'Irglnia League. Dunn and commlt e? will visit Richmond within a few ays to go o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

WAITED CMP SELECTS M AMERICAN TEAMS With Players From Sixteen Colleges and Universities, Harvard Lends With Five Players. CHANGE IN CRIMSON DATES Several Games Will Be Dropped and Others Substitued?Tigers to Have Ono-Man Coaching; System?Navy Elects Captain. NEW YORK. December 12.?The all Amerlcan football team selections of Walter Camp, announcer! here to-night, include three full elevens, with players from sixteen colleges and universities. Harvard leads with five players, all on the first team; the Army Is second with four, and Dartmouth, Yale and Wash ington and JefTerson each place threo. The selections follow: First team?End, Hardwlck, Har vard; tackle, Ballln, Princeton; guard, Pennock, Harvard; centre, McEwan, West Point; guard. Chapman, Illinois; tackle, Trumbull, Harvard; end, O'Hearn. Cornell; quarter, Glioe, Dart mouth; half back, Maulbetch. Michi gan; half back, llradleo, Harvard; full back, Mahan, Harvard. Second team?Morrlllat, West Point; Nash, Rutgers; Jor'lc.n, Tex...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

1 Heavies Now Falling Over Knelt Othor to Get a Chauce at t he .For mer Terror, 8am Longford. WILLS DOWNS HIM FOUR TIMES TIiIr in ? Period of Six Minutes, Prov ing That the Dusky Hos a Wcuk .lftW?Wants Another Ucmt With 11 is Conqueror. N'KW TOTUC, ricccmbo ? 1?Time and custom change 1" pugilism, aw they <lo hi every other walk of life. This Is iy(tided by events of the lust week. In j so far an Ham Langford Is concerned. ( For tho first tlino In his ring career.: ilio enigma of the black dynasty In, pugilism Ih literally swamped with | challenges. Langford lias ever been h bugaboo lo aspiring white liouvywolKhts. Thoso Caucasians who had pretensions to premier honors avoided the Lang ford person as tliey would the plftK^f iin? never hoard of a "white hope being rash enough to hurl a defl at Langford and mean It. It does not require asi elastic Imagi nation to reason out why Langford was thus carefully shunned. Lnfor tunately for Sain, lie was the posses sor of a peculiar right J...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

PI-SIX RIFLE CLUBS iNOrENGOMPETITION Twifcntj-One States Represented In ' Three Clauses?Ten Members Will Constitute a Team. TROPHY HELD BY WARREN, PA. Hatchet Will Re Shot Under Anspioea of National Rifle Association in j . Oallery Ranges at 75 Feet on 10 . Inch Ring Target. A." national iHilary shooting competition ha* begun nmong the rifle clubs of the country for the championship of the United Bttftas, and a trophy presented by the Wur Ueportment. . The following thlrty-slx rifle club*, repre aantlng twenty-one Statee, will strive for ! ?"?"?? CI.ASS A. : Warran (Pa.) Hlflo Club. , Engineers Hlfle and Revolver Club. Cleve land; O. District of Columbia Itlfle Auoclatloo. Adrian (Mich.) -Rifle Club. Pet?ra Hlfle and Revolver Club, Kings Mills. Stillwater (Minn.) .nine and Pistol Asso ciation. ? rark Club. Bridgeport. Conn. , Buc yrus (Ohio) Rlflo Association. Ulcktnson (N. D. > Hlfle Club. Manchester (N. 11.) Hlfle und Plotol Club. Boston >Maas.) Rlflo and Hevolver Club. CLAH...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

FHHNiTORE ABOUT HEADY FOR in BUILDING ; \ Grounds Around Replica of Mount Vernon at Exposition Are Being Graded. WlLLf WELCOME VIRGINIANS Culiforolans Evince Great Interest'In Old Dominion's Exhibit?-Governor Stuart Will Attend World's Fair on Virginia Day. Furniture for tho Virginia Building:, n replica of Mount Vornon, at tho Pan ^ma-Paclflc Exposition, will bo shipped from Washington within tho next two weeks. Tho building, which will house the exhibit from, this State, and will be the ofnclal homo of Virginians dur ing the big World's Fair, has been complotcd, and all that remains to Uo dono Is to got the grounds In proper shape. Commissioner John T. Lewis has re cently returned from San Francisco, and has mado his report to the Vir ginia Exposition Commission. Ho re ported that tho building was ready to recolve tho exhibit as soon as It was completed. The building haai-been In sured, and the grading of thfc grounds is now being done. Whon tho exposi tion lb opened. It Is expect...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ran RESEIE BANK US $8,499100 III GASH Consolidated Statement for All Twelve Hanks Issued by He serve Hoard. LOOAIj INSTITUTION (JHOWING Its Husiness in Almost Kvcry Detail Is Nearly Double That Done by Sixth District Federal Heserve Hank, at Atlanta. The consolidated statement of the twelves Fedora\ reserve banks made public in WnshniRton yesterday shows slight changes during the past week, in resources or liabilities. Hesoureef.. Gold coin and certirtcKtes. $232,073, 000 Legal tender notes, silver certificates and subsidiary coin. S2S.170.000. Total, $260,243,000. Bills discounted and loans: Maturi ties within thirty days. $6,466,000. Maturities within sixty davs, $1,960, 000. Other. J1.S31.OO0. .Total. $ 10,2f>7,000. All other resources. $1,070,000. Total resources, $272,476,000. Mobilities. Capital paid in, $18,047,000. Reserve deposits, $250,937,000. Federal reserve notes in circulation (net amount), 53,492.000. Total liabilities. $272,470,000. Cold reserve against ali liabil...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

I PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Richmond and the South Kicfimottii OTitnes-pispnfri) Second News Section Editorial, Real Estate and Want Ad Pages PART THREE 64th YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS WARDS OF NATION AIR GRIEVANCES TO GRIDIRON CLUB Members of Cabinet, Con gressmen and Others* at Festive Board. "UNCLE SAM'S JUBILEE'' DESCRIBES GATHERING President's Injunction to Refrain From Discussion of War Is sues Strictly Regarded. ONE NEW MEMBER INITIATED Nklts Portray Gardner's Idea of Army and Federal Reserve Board in Full Action. WASHINGTON. December 12;?Mem bers of the Cabinet. ConRregBmen, diplomatists and leaders of all activi ties of the nation's life gathered round the board hero to-night at the Gridiron Club's winter dinner. President Wilson's earnest Injunc tion to the American people to refrain from public discussion of war lsaucs was strictly regarded, and the location of every one of the many satires and dramatic ski...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

i I In Spite of Wars In Europe, There Is Something Doing in Dixie. RICHMOND SHOWS LP WELL <jk>tton Dullness Hurls Far Soutli ' Some, but All the Same the People } Are Making Homes to Live In. > Encouraging F'gures. , There was some building: down South in November, according to a report that comes to us from official sourcos. l)t Is true that the record does not show 3ains over the same month for the revlous year?far from It?but It doos show that Southern cities are not Brightened to death by war in Europe, rind that they are taking stock In tlio doctrine that the time of a llnanclal stringency Is a mighty good time to build, because it pets houses cheaper fllnd Tteeps business going In the mean time. SOME GOOD THINGS THAT AUK SOW GOING ON ? The report says: The following figures from repre sentative ?cities present a brief sum mary of Southern and Southwestern building operations during November. In Richmond, Va? a total . of thlrty , one permits was issued for new con str...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ISITORS TO GALLERIES EXPECTED EXCITEMENT Jut Reopening of Stock Exchange Ih Without Notable Feature Except Unusual Attendance. IARKET IN WAITING ATTITUDE tending Leads In Speculative Strength, Advancing to 148, and Ijehlgh Valley Moves in Sympathy. Copper Prices May Go Higher. BY BJtOADAN WALL. NEW YORK. December 12.-And the won or la why the Stork Exclmnge wan not pened weeks ago. Visitors to the galleries o-day ox pee led excitement would follow the eopenlng, und wero disappointed. Aside ruin the unusual attendance und the crowd d galleries. reHUinptlon of trading In slocks, fler a period of Idleness of months was without notable feature. Fifteen minutes ifler the opening Rang hail rung, the mar let assumed a waiting attitude, and prices mug about the closing figures furnished by ho (.louring-house on Friday, and It was int until nearly 11 o'clock *'ben the mar tel became pronounced, buying limits were allied and the old familiar bull yell was ?ehoed around the room. Heading, an o...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Sermon by REV. FLOVI) W. TOMRINS Texts: St. Matthew xxvlll. '.J-M: St. Luke **Thls was the theme of the great World s Sunday-School Convention held In Zurich In 1913. As wo were gath ered together thcro, men and women fro... all lands. It -sneinert as If the lord's command had been fulfl - that the blessed Gospel had >"'le? been preached everywhere. j'd listened to the missionaries we learncu th-U there are vol millions of people IS So of .hIMre" nothing of Jesus Christ and o. His sa in* love I think the great comtnls | nlon came to us there by Z"r'ch ",5"%* tlful lake, which Home ^ne said ?e^ .minded him of the Sc.'. o ?. j It never had come before It. It soeme a personal plea from t*e dear Christ askinir that we who ItuO.v the Jo>. Christianity should lmsteii to shar thp?e JoyH with our brothers In "tn^r 1-inds For this commission was no. g\ven to the apostles alone, but to Ml of the Master's followers; we are nil to carry out as well as we can the liord'p command: C.o ye In...

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