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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

jKicfimmii) limejrflijjpatrl) THE TIMES, Founded IHM THE DISPATCH. Pounded 1850 rnMUbed every day In the y*?r by The Tim?. Dispatch I'Dhllahlng Company, Inc. Address nil communications to THE TIMRS-DISPATCH, Tlmcs-Dlspatch BulltllnK, 10 South Tenth Street, Klcl.'taoed, Va, rsLEPHOKE, nAxnoi.ru 1 Publication Office 10 Sooth Tenth Street South Richmond 1(120 Hull Street I'etcrbliurK tOO North Sycamore Street K.J'i'.fhhurjf 21S Eighth Street hashrook, story * brooks, inc., , Special Advertising Representative*. Nrvr York 200 Fifth Avenue I1 hllnilclphla Mutunl Life IlulldlnR Chtcnxo *. People's Gas IluildlnK SVIISCR1PTIOX HATES BY AII. One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mod. 3Io?. Mo, Dally nnil Snnilny.. . .>8,Oft $3.00 fl.W) ! .HS Dnlly on It 4.00 2.00 l.OO .US Suiitlny only... 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 fly Tlines-Dlspatch Carrier Delivery Service In j niclimond (and nulmrln) nnd PctrrwlinrRs Dally stIIIi Sunday, one rrrek JJ5 cent* Dally nitliout Sunday, oue vreek 10 eeuta Sund...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Notes 1R. AND MRS. ALSTON CABELL I GIVE INFORMAL CARD PARTY ''nnw Olven by Mr* anil Mr*. Valentine In Honor of llecrnl IJrlde. ! Nfrs. J. Alston Cabell, of 831 West 'irace street,, was hostess at a small .nform&l earn party last evening ut hot jesidenco In. honor of her niece,- Miss amy BradUh Johnson, of Now York. i*ho Is her guest until Monday. There i [v ere fl\'e tables of auction playing, ami i j upper was served at the card tables 1 j fter the game. The parlors wore [ jiecoratod everywhere In American j .teauty roses and Klllarncy buds in iall, slender vases. ;vfT?lri* of Interest. ' .Mr. and Mrs. Hen R. Valentine art giving a small Informal dance at their (iome. Monument Avenue, t li ? m ?venlng iri honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy jderlwether .Jones, the latter formerly ;.llss Caroline Talbot.t Armlstead, who lave rocently returned from *" their .loneymoon. Only the young married ct have been included In the Invita- ! ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

OFFER HELP FOB BOY Doubters Convinced Tliat There Is j Real Hunger .Anions t'neinployed. SIXTY MKN, AI'I'I-V FOK WOUli | ThIrty-TSro Are Put to SnwlnR Wood. ' Contributions for llelief <?f Those j Out of Work May He Sent to The Times-Dispatch. Contributions for the Associated Charities >1. II. Tllclimnn $ OO A. W. J 1 <?U Hoy IfnyncN 1 OO li I oo Mm. \V. llriiHC 5 i?<? < . t Kn Iteeelved December 15.. ? !iit 50 I'revlously ncknnnlnlitril . . . ?:U11 5!) Total received I*:i??:t OO < ontrihntlnnn for rrllrf of ?hr unomplovril of ltlchiunnil mny lie went to 'I'lie Tlni?-h-l)ls|?ntoh. They will lir promptly nekikhvIoiIki'iI, nnd will be r\|irn<lrd In relief of worthy Inill vldtinln, without publicity, l?ut rrlth clone supervision. I There was sotne rejolcinp <*\t the As- | sociated Charities' Building yesterday morning nnd more Rratltudr, for, I thouph sixty jnen had to be turned | away because there...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

IHITE DEATH RATE IS BELOW GENERAL AVERAGE cffro Mortullty From Tuberculosis More Tliun Double That of Whites. r,\TK BOA HI) MAKES REPORT eaith Authorities 81iow Remarkable Decline in Number of Typhoid Fever Coftes?Hookworm Campaign 11 us Been Practically Completed. Virginia's Death Roll for 1913 ?Totnl deaths !n 11)13 2D,047 'White* 10,f>l>7 >?fKroei? 12,?r,0 Itale per 1,000 1.1.02 linte in rrKUIrntInD nren.. 1II.S7 White rate In V Irwin In ll.H 'Xntro rate la Virginia 18.2 'Dentin* from tuliereulosl*. . 3,.Mil .DentliM from heart disease*, 2,4'Xl 'DcuIIin from Wright'* <1Imeafte i.ono 'Death* from pneumonia... 1,1125 'OentliH from typhoid fever, 701) ?Death* from diphtheria.... :i02 .lllrtliH In lOl.'t 54.8M8 Tho annual report of State Health ommlsBloner ISnnlon O. \VllllamH. filed Ith Governor Stuart yesterday, nhows rnt ino whtto population of Virginia ?as a death rate lower than that of ,ie United States registration area as whole, and...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

STOCK MARKET OPENED ' TO TRADE IN ALL STOCKS | Kvrliniiffc Starts llusiness With Wild Hurrah, and I'rircs Air Carried Vpward. MllKKAl. SKI.I.lNt; I'hl.l.OWS Figures Slide t)IT Itapidly, hut lie- | action Is Itonelleial to (Jeneral Tone of Market?Xo l'ear Kelt for Dumping of Foreign Holdings. nv hhoaoan w.\m? Vi:\V YOKK Pt < ember Stocks started, with a wild luirr.ih to-div for the first time since .liilj 3' all -?<>. it.- v .to open for ttndirig oti the tloo* Tin1 tr.itisfct of sttch leaders 'i.* '"'! ftnVHvl'- X'lib'il I'-H'lflr, Southern rarlfu* unti ''nlimlijwi Piodfli from thr ? lo.,r1t:g li m reused iti'orest. it lid niatket order* I'riMiu'ht sharp advances .n Mj? first few mlnut* .-?. Shorts- outbid e.?ch other. .11 ?! l:i? liich prb os that ?ore si->re.| 111 tla*- PrM ton mlt.utos brought tri !ogt:al sequence liberal soiling from ?>i. hi institutions tti.it hud l>o?'rt forced to ?nko ovor :'? ? ns s-dllrg from ...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

4dimoriiCim$-fli$ptcIj fllXTY-FOtmTH YEAR If 7 1 >MITTEDLY ITHE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH NDOLi'll 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. IIATICS. ILY, one rem u word when paid In nd?nce. No ud. tnken for lens than lv cent*. NI>AV, ono unU one-half o?>iit? a word for <1 rlnmdlied sdt?. exccjit Situations Wunted . one cent it word. No ud. takuii for leas fitui :& cent". ? AOS. taken for less than 2.*> cents when ?lar^d or phoned In. l'lionud ordara not Jurantecd. C!n??illiailon? not Muuranteed j'ter !?:Vt I?. M. LOfti AND FOUND *0 reward, no questions asked, for :eturn of dlumond pin lost Oetoher : 700 West Grace Street. ST, between II. B. Bowles's shoe ? tore and Cohan Co., or ut one of tiie .3 places, ono black handbag con.nlng about $5 in money, one foun[n pen anil other articles. Finder 11 please return same to 213-215 tint Broad Street and receive re?rd. FT on ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

t' r\ LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS Aliout (Itntlnrtly (riulntnr ihlnv* thnt niiiurii tin lit to knnn? c\rry ilu> ?n THE TIMES-DISPATCH v fftctjntonft STime^-Pi^iratd) AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLE! RICHMOND. WEDNESDAY,' DECEMBER 16. 1914. For nomti are llluntrated dally 01 hold 1'ace of charmingly <hc> Mouie* THE TIMES-DISPATCI MWiHIMMMMBraiaan A Great Christmas Sale of NEW FURS! It will begin THIS MORNING, with prices less than you'll bo asked to pay in January. No doubt this is just the opportunity you've been waiting for. And what is prettier or more serviceable than :i handsome set of Fl'RS for a XMAS present? Stylos are the very newest and best, and as to qualities and prices, we invite comparison. Road cverv item here carefully: N a t u r a 1 Wolf Sets. $10.50 to $24.05. Misses' Rod Fox Sims. $15.00. Mole Coney Sots, extra largo Muff. $515.00. Genuine Mole Muffs. $47.50 and $515.00. Genuine Mole Scarfs. $50.00 and $24.05. Fitch Muffs, now. $20.50 to $55.00. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS V Of city anil Stntf (lie bent medium In all Virginia 1m THE TIMES-DISPATCH JJiriimottft ?mesfltsnatri) 7 SHOPPING DAYS 3S? . 1 ? I Arr all llint remain before < hrlotnian. Help utlirrn mul > oumelf liy btiyliiK Marly. THE TIMES-DISPATCH U-J 1 04th YEAR NUMBER 19,932. RICHMOND, VA.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. ?TWELVE PACES WHATH Kit Td-DAT'S FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS. GERMAN FLEET DASHES INTO NORTH SEA, BOMBARDS ENGLISH TOWNS, AND ESCAPES IF EFFORT FAILS, 1 BULLETS FOLLOW General Scott Will Ask Mexicans to Cease Shooting Over Border. FORCE IS ONLY RECOURSE! Defensive Fire Will Be Begun if Latest Request Is Not Heeded. I \YASHINOTOX, Decemh'-r 10.?IJrin:i- j j ilii.'i'-ijpneral Hugh I,. Scott. chief of | MttiJT of the 111?-?! States Army. left j to-night for Naco, Ariz., to endeavor to j ' use lils personal Influence with the j I warring factions across the border to , stop their firing Into American terii1 lory. Lieutenant-Colonel Robert !?*. L. ' M...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

Attack Sends Wave of Intense Anger Sweeping Over Great Britain visitors were nt the hotels, because of the cold weather, hut one invalid is known to have l>oon wounded. In a direct line, the mouth of the j Took Is about 350 miles from Helgoland, the German naval base in the , North Sea. The British admiralty says the German ships were among their fastest. They chose a night when a thi.'k mist prevailed, and must have left their base nt least two hours be- i fore dark. As they started to return about 0 o'clock, there remained about ! seven hours of daylight for the pur- j suit, which, however, was rendered al- ] most Impossible bv the fog. How the Germans evaded all the mines and pa- j trols remains a mystery, although exports recall that in manoeuvres. Brit-, ish ships have performed the same feat,, Mirougli the comparatively small space] England and the Scllly Islands, which i w;i"s not mined. i The admiralty report announced that , such demonstrations arc not dfllleult ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

Measure to llestore American Morchunt Marino to Hl^li Seas Wins in Committee. OX 10 DKMOCH.AT ACS A INST IT J Several Who Vote in Afilrmativc lie- j serve Ith'ht to OfTer Amendments to Include Coastwise Sli i |?(?iiiKGovernment Majority Stockholder. WASHINGTON. December in.?The i government ship purchase hill was roi i<<>rtc<l favorably to the Senate to-day j hy the Commerce Committor. Thecotn"iiittee vote was s to 0, Senators Smith, I of Michigan: Hurton, I'erkins. Nelson i and Oliver, Republicans, and Vardai man, Dcmocrat. voting against it. i. Some Democrats or tlie committee, ? however, reserved the right to offer amendments in tlie Senate to include coastwise shipping. Minority members contemplate a ' separate report. Amendments voted ? down Incltnled provisions that t!ie J ('lilted St.-.tes should |>nrchase no ships iroin belligerent nations or from eiti1 cenn of belligerent nations, and that ' no government <-o...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

SPORTS : ^ NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD J SPORTS .JJ MEETING TO BE HELD (IT 1 BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB ? I President Alvln M. Smith Offers I'se of Rooms for "Get Together" Assembly to Talk Over llaseball. DUNN IS FALSKLY ACCUSED Several I,oc?I Fans Charge That This i City Was Double-Crossed ? True i Story of Effort to firing Orioles ' Here Last Summer. The meeting of buslnr-ss men and tlio.se Interested iti bringing tho Baltlmore International League Baseball Club to this cit\ lias been called for, next Tuesday night in the rooms of the l?usiness Men's Club, tho invitation to ussembb there having been extended by Alviri M. Smith, the club's president.; Now that the time and place of meeting is settler'., it is up to the progres- . sive business men to come forward and help put Richmond on the baseball man by subsoribltig for stock, half of which will be placed on the market, and the other half will he taken by. Jack Dunn, owner of the team. The meeting is scheduled to open ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

PETERSBURG j I'olerKburg Citizens Meet unci Take J Steps Toward Chunking Form of Government. JAMIWIGN OX IN KAltXKST |,>ubconunittco Is Appointed to Collect Data and Report After Holidays?Farmers i>f( Prince George Hold Interesting Meeting. PKTI3HSBURU, VA.. Decombcr 10.? I IV full meeting ??f the "city manager" ! lominlltee of the Chamber of Commerce | ivas held last night, al which Ft. Boll- | ing V/lllcox 'cas chosen chairman. The I inatier of the proponed change In the j ?orin of city government from the pros?- i ?nt system to one of more simplified diameter?a business manager plan? j J'vas fully discussed, a number of mem- j |l>ers making talku. The sentiment of he committee waa unanimously in { j'avor of the city moiUKcr plan, and ' ijnuch enthusiasm prevailed. B. Stuart Uoyer, city commissioner of FrederlcksI'urj,', was present, and addressed the (?onimltteo on ihe benefits that had resulted to that city from the manager , ystem. Mr. Hover ans...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

Sirimnmii Cim^-fliSpaJrl) ntK TIMES, Fonndrd 18.HS THE DISPATCH. PuDDdeA 1850 , / Published jTery day In the year by The Ttrac?iPlspatch Publishing; Company, Inc. Address all romtmintrnflona (o TII13 TIMES-DISl'ATCH, Tlmca-Rlspntch Building, 10 Soui!> Tenth Street, lllchmnnd, Va. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publication (llDce 10 South Tenth Street South Hlchiaond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg: 100 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg 218 Eighth Street HASimOOK, STORY PROOKS, INC., Spcclni Advertising? Representative*. Nrrr York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life RiilldliiK Chicago People'* Chh llulIdluK Sl'IISCRIPTION RATES IIV 31A Hi One SI* Three One POSTAGE PAID Year, Mob. Mo*. Mo. Onlly and Sunday... .96.00 ?3.00 SI.50 S .OS Dally only 4.<K> 2.00 1.00 .33 hundoy only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 IIy Tlmes-Dlspatch Carrier Delivery Service In filchmoitd (and Muburbs) nud Petersburg: Dully nl?h Sunday, one rreek 15 cents Dally without Sundny, one week 10 cento Sund...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes MISS BRANCH ENGAGED TO E. ADDISON RENNOLDSj W editing of Pmighter of Joliu Kerr llrnncli Will 1>* So" clety Kvent. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr Branch ani.ounce the engagement of their dau^j|" ?t.r. Zay.lt Bancroft, to Edmund Addl,si>n Retinoids, son of Mrs Robert O. ItonnoldH. also of Richmond. Interesting Function". Mrs Leslie S. YounK Kavc a small informal danco last evening at her home. 171 <i Orovc Avenue. In honor or MIHS ?'la.'a V?hs Beverley, of Bhickatone and Miss Sallv Branch Donnan, of I eternburg, who :ire visiting Mr. and Mrs. Uoh<-rI Thornton on Mounincnt Aventui for December. The house was decorated in holly and mistletoe and the mantels wore hanked In evorg recti* and red berries, the Christinas decorations being carried out^ertectlvelv. Mrs. Voun^ rccoivc<l with the guests of honor and a few of the searton's debutantes and some of the .youiiRor dancing men were invited to mee...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

Homes Without Fuel or Fond Add 1 to llurden of Associated Charities. TOUCHING CASKS HKPORTKD Many Families Supported in Part by Labors of Mere Children, and Others Are Without Means of j Any Kind Whatever. Contributions for the Associated Charities IOvH.tii Spott* Memorlnl C'lrrlp lilnc'o DMUKtltcr.H ? 1.1 (Ml Dorotliy \\ nril I <MI Mr*. Phillip >\ . r??fr* .1 00 lirrrnwiiud, Vn.. - nil Rrorlvtvl December Ifl $ ",'t f?0 I'rc* lon*l.v nrkiifltvlrdRril. . . II.VI (Hi Total received S:i78 .*i0 (ontrlhutlon* for relief of the unemployed of llichitionri may lie *eiit to Tli* Tlme*-Dlj?pn tell. They will he promptly nckninilcdKrd, nnd will l?e expended in relief of worthy indlxldnnln, without .publicity, hut with clone Mliper\ImIoii. 1 With the coming of freezing weather. j the distress of the poor who arc poor j mainly bccause they have no work. Is ' becoming all the more severe, and there is now every flav a steady stream j of applicants pouring into the central ; ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

IELCIAN BELIEF FUND IS INCREASED BY S1,030.10 -'ontributlons Flow In From Social Clubs, Churches and Many Individuals. -AUNCII NEW ASSOCIATION 'roininent Hlchinoud Folk Form OrKauization for Foreign Relief, With Fixed Membership Fee and Dues, Payable Fach Month. I Moro than $1,000 wns received yeatoriay by Colunel 11. M. Hoy kin, chairman if the Virginia State Belgian Hellef Commission. Contributions eumo from |U parts of tho State, from church a?ociations. county committees, social Hubs and from Itullviduals. i A foreign relief association has been armed at a meeting held In the home if J. T. Anderson, l?08 West Franklin ? treot. Henry W. Anderson was lected chairman; William II. White, "gbert Leigh, Jr., Legh It. I'axe, John 'tewart Bryan and .l?ihn Howard, vice 'residents; Mrs. Clemens ap-Cateshy ] 'ones, secretary, and Mrs. Charles de ?Jeer, treasurer. The membership fee '<-as llxed at $1, and the dU'-s at 50 'ents a month. J'OM'HIIII'TIO.XS (HlMi: l-'ltOM A 1.1, OVKI...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

STOCK MARKET DROPS Day's Turnover Is Very Siuall, ami ljittlc Activity Is Shown Anywhere. WAH N'KW'S HAS KFKKCT| Haiti of (Jerman Fleet on Filmland t'berks Speculation ? Periods of j Dullness Arc to He Kxpeeted l>ur- , In*; This Constructive I'erlod. IIY I?liO.\l?.\N WAI.I. Vi;\V YOltK. Dc-'mbT l? The stock mar- j k^t to-day dropped Into cslrcmi1 dullness The day'* turnover wns only I'MH1 fharfJ le*? than half of Tuesday's toial. Report* of the Gorman bombardment of the Mist i iviM of l'ligl.ind < hecl;od speculation This was encouraging a* liquidation from 1. talon I* tin* ??*?,?* ttiing which every one w vatclilnj; rloseij ? "i *!??? floor the mnrket's t mi was good. \\ >? are In .1 constrictive peilod. said one !(???:> ?r.? .11. > pot !?>.!> of ? \ert:i|e dullness ' :?re ?o lie expecttu l'ubltc buying may not i.e ?>uinei. .? tht* level. but In my opinion. ! >? I .-..in.' to the fron...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

[icfimoni) Cimc^-i3i?pctlclj SIXTY-FOURTH YE Alt PMITTEDLY the best medium in THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE) YOUR WANTS TO TUB TIMES-DISPATCH .NDOLl'H 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. II,Y, one cent <1 word when palil In admce. No ad. taken for lea- than 10 cenm. NIJAY, one anil one-half ciiitH a word for I i luBsllled ads. except Kltuatloim Wanted t one cent a word. No ad. taken for le?i win 15 cents. AI>M. taken for Icai than 25 cents when larged or phoned In. Phoned orders not uaranteed. Clamdllcatlonti not guaranteed fter V:J0 P. M LOST AM) FOUND ?0 reward, no questions nsked, for ?eturn of diamond pin lost October 706 West Oraco Street. ST, sorrel lior.su and top buggy Satirday night. Reward If returned to :4 North Twentieth Street. >ST, watch fol>, with small locket, at Second and Broad about C o'cloek esday evening. Reward if returned 300 Chamherlayne Avenue. I'hone iljson 27M2-J. ST. between 10 ami )1 o'clock Tuesday ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 December 1914

<1 RICHMOND THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914. TENANT Nocd not bo hur 3=1==== If you muko us FIN HINT, ?r tho Wn?t A Lyl IN V-> . THE TIMES-DISPATC ? SHOP EARLY?Early in the Day; Early in the Month. Start Early To-Day! Bring Your Gift List! Many Exceptional Values! j Us^fid Gifts For Everybody in Our Departments of Small Articles on the Main Floor TOILET AND LEATHER HOODS, JEWELRY. NOTIONS. FANCY ARTICLES, ULOYKS. HOSIERY. HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC. These departments are at their best now, and the increasing throngs of daily patrons show how popular they are with Xmas shoppers. Suggestions. Hair Ornaments Perhaps "She" would like one of these pretty Spanish. Fan or French Twist COM US. See the "demi-blonde." which is one of the most popular. \nv one boxed without extra charge. Jewelry Dept. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, $6.50 WAimrPl.K PLATED (silver plated four tiniest, in very handsbme designs that are exclusive with us. Kach set is in :i luxurious case, which idds greatly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 December 1914

FASHIONS IN DRESS Arc charmingly illustrated d a i 1 y on the household page of THE TIMES-DISPATCH FOOD PROBLEMS Arc entertainingly dUctutei on Saturday* br Martha Wntovrr In THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,933. PRICE 2 CENTS. Rear-Admiral Fiske Refers to Deficiency in Aircraft, Submarines and Trained Men. BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE Expresses View as to Possibility of Foreign Craft Dropping Bombs on American Cities. WASHINGTON, lJ#cemticr 15.?Klve yours would he required to put tho United States Navy in tho highest state of efficiency to met a hostile fleet, according to a statement to-day by ItearAdmlral Klske, before the House Naval Committee. Tho admiral, who Is chief of the Hureau i>f operations. member of tho general hoard, and a former president of the naval Institute, said the navy was deficient in aircraft, mines, scout cruisers, torpedo-boat destroyers, submarines and In number of trained odleers :tnd nu n, and had no mine sweepers. Members of tho committee we...

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