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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Makingf Preserves Without Sug|ar THE rise in the price of sugar due to the war need not curtail the activity of housewives in cunning fruit, according to a new bulletin of the raited States Department of Agriculture. There are successful methods of canning fruit w."*h??ut using any sugar at all, and the Agricultural Department recommends the following to those who lind sugar prices prohibitive: "If the prico of sugar is prohibitlre one may can reaches so thai they will lieep indeiinitely by using plain ?water instead of syrup. The following recipe may be used: "Remove skins from peaches by immersing in boiling water for about one minute and then dipping in colri ?water. 1'lace whole peaches in glass jars or tins and till jars with hot ?water. Place rubber and top in place and sterilize for iifteen minutes in hot water bath outtits, twelve minutes in water seal, ten minutes at Favorite Washington Recipes HERE are the favorite recipes of two Washington women who have long been famous ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Prof. Ditmars Explains How He Managed to Get Remarkable Motion Pictures of the Intimate Family Life of Many Strange Creatures Prof. Raymond L. Ditmars. Curator of Reptiles, New YorkZoological Park, Who Made the Remarkable Moving Pictures of the Lower Creatures' Domestic Life. By Prof. Raymond L. Ditmars Curator of Reptiles at the New York Zoological Park. THERE are many traits in animal life that parallel the events of the human race. There is much humor, pathos and tracedy in Xature tint -would fill a vast book that has not yet been written. It; #as upon tuis field of. wild life that i determined to point the moving picture camera and show animals as they actually live, play and die. The mind of the scientific man may grasp the scope ot' his field, hut it needs a more sympathetic mind to search for inspirations in work like this. Mrs. Dit mars lias voiced many ideas in the completion of these pictures and has spent many hours in the seething lights of the studio, exposed to the var...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Mill ionaire---By omiier Couch r rWTT^ niust manage it, Peggy. \X/ We must do everything * " nicely, it would be a pleasure to your father, and?It would give Eleanor a chance." Mrs. Lester looked questioningly at her sturdy second daughter, the anxious lines of her once pretty face deepening as she waited for Pegg's comment, "Give Eleanor a chance? repeated Peggy vaguely, looking up from the letter in hand. "What do you mean, mother?" v "Mr. Verity is rich?and?surely he could not help admiring Eleanor if? he came here to stay as he suggests; nobody can help it!" "Oh?oh, yes, of course. I'm afraid my wits were wandering off to the butcher and the wino merchant, and I was thinking of the 'millionaire' only as a serious inconvenience. But if he'll fall in love with our Eleanor and lift her out of the struggle, I shall bless him all my days." "He admired her at the Ferres' dance, didn't he?" "I think so. And lie seemed quite interested to find that father was at Eton with his father. We...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Five Serious Charges of Inefficiency of Our Navy Congressman Gardner's "Wake Up, America," Speech Supported by Further Disquieting Accusations Made to the Senate Naval Committee. UK warnings of Representative A. P.Cardner in liia notable speech In Washington last week on the unpreparcdneBS of Uio United .States for war has had a widespread influence in waking up other members of Congress. Congressman Gardner did not attempt much moro than a general survey of the situation; he did not go into searching details to show exactly where our army and navy arc insulTlclent and inefficient. Mr. Gardner's speech has served to call ar.tcntion to another notablo address recently made to the Senate Naval Affairs Committee by Mr. Willard S. Isham, a military engineer and expert, and the inventor of a torpedo shell. Mr. Isham makes five very specific charges of inefficiency against the United States Navy. Theso charges were made on September publicly, and in tlio presence of liigh officials of the...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

Mrs. Gwyn-Stuart-Traffordwyr-Caffrey-Williams Thinking, No Doubt, of the Hill That Is to 15e Added to Her Name. Unusual Perplexities of \ Dancer Nance Gwyn, Who Has Just Taken Her Fifth Husband, hut Has to Consider Twq 6 {Destined" Reservists OOiMED to have seven husbands. Fated to ho seven times a bride, and six, perhaps seven, times a widow. All the fuss and bother of seven weddings, and all the heart wrenching of six or more undoings of the marriage bonds. Seven problems in human nature to solve, and at exceedingly short range, for no two men being alike in characteristics, every new lutsband is a new problem. It is a strange fate that lias no equal, save in that of (lie much married and captious Henry VIII., King of England. It is not a matter for surprise that Miss Nance Gwyn, who is to take unto herself on Christmas, a now and fifth husbaud, should look and feel extremely grave. Miss Gwyn, who was once a dancer, and a most alluring one, is so weighted by her responsibility as ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

AIRSHIPS Anybody Can MAKE at HOME By Capt. B. Ducliene, Of the French Navy. 'OU don't need to own an aeroplane or to have access to an aviation field in order to learn to fly. All that'll necessary are a pair of scissors, a uheet or utiff paper and a little patience and ingenuity. With these anybody can master all the principles that govern the flight, control and stability of aeroplanes right in his own home. Tho little paper '?gliders" which I am going to show you how to make are something more than toys. They demonstrate tho right and wrong way to fly and show why (ho present arrangement of tho planes or wings in most of tho standard machines is entirely incorrect. Tho lirst point, that will aid us in getting our bearings amid the chaos of movements to which an aeroplane is subjected is its centre of gravity. Mechanics .show that an aeroplane behaves, so far as its balance is concerned, as if suspended by its centre of gravity from a fixed support and acted on by a blast of air. ...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 November 1914

A Ferocious Group of the Allies?With Machine Gun Supported by Two Dusky Sharpshooters. Prince Oscar, Terrified by the Black-Faced African Turcos, Collapsed in a Fainting Fit and Is Now an Invalid with Paralysis of the Vagus Nerve and Heart Complications THE lutest cable bulletins oi the condltlou of Priuce Oscar give the impression that the Kaiser's fifth son iB not likely ever-to resume his duties at the German battle front. Partial paralysis of tho vagus nerve, one of whose functions Is to regulate tho hoart's action, is stated to be tho final diagnosis of the young prince's malady. This, the medical authorities explain, is why the Princo did not speedily recover from llio meutal shock and heart weakness which left him unconscious among his 6lai.it officers on the battlefield. His condition is described as so grave that recovery is more than doubtful. Tho mi3hnp to tho youag German priuce is of interest to the medical profession. It Is unusual in some respects because it exhibits ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 November 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT READ THE WANT ADS They tell of Apportaalttei fw vrhlch you may have b??a lookIn*? THE TIMES-DISPATCH Uy plai'lnc an order for <h? dally delivery to your home or offlce of THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. NUMBER 19,901. RICHMOND, VA? MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.?TWELVE PACES FAIR ALLIES PREPARE 10 BLOCK FURTHER 7 GERMAN EFFORTS Kaiser's Forces Expected to Continue Attempts to Reach French Coast. ARMIES SHELL EACH OTHER AT LONG RANGE After Four Weeks of Disastrous Struggle, There Is Lull at Present. D1XMUDE PROVK8 DEATH TRAP Fighting Continues in East, but Apparently Without DeciBivc Result. Fighting in Trenches Knee-Deep in Water COIiDIKn.S fighting in trenchea ^ knee-deep la water and awept hy driving rain*, la the atorjr which ? till cornea out of Went Klandcra, rrhere thr (ierman trtiopa and the allied forcea atlll battle each other. That aerloua encouotera ha re taken plncc along the Vaer Canal la IndJcnted lu the I'Vench official announcement that ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 November 1914

r""" ? ? . " . 1 11 ? . . ?? ?? ' ? _ i ' ~-rs :? ??? 1 ,"ga& Russians Report Gains, But Meet With Desperate Resistance i. ' ? PRISONERS III GEHMIKf Nil COMPLAINTS 10 MIKE til . . I American Representatives Find Tliein | Quito as Well Treated as in England. EVERY FACILITY EXTENDED Men/ Provided With Warm Clothing, Good and Sufficient Food to Keep Them Healthy?Buildings Deiug Erected for Winter. [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.1 j LONDON. November 15.?Prisoners of J war in Germany ami Austria are quito? r$ well treated as in England, accord-i ing to C. P. Anderson and Chandler! Hale, special representatives of the: State Department at Washington, who j have been officially inspecting all con-' centration camps of both belligerents, j "Our report of the British camps, j as you know, was most favorable," | said Anderson "Tho other sido is entitled to a similar verdict. Indeed, there is very little difference, if any, except in unimportant details. The j governments of ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 November 1914

I PETERSBURG ENTIRE CITY RESPONDS GENEROUSLY TO APPEAL More Than $1,000 Already Collected, and Will lie Forwarded to Belgian Relief Committee. 8TATE WORK 18 UNDER WAY Charles T. Lawslter To-Day Will Begin Collection of Supplies From I Fourth District?Negroes in Tan-' ?led Melee. ISpecial to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatch.] PJBTEKSBUUG, VA.. November IB.? The fund raised in this city for the rollef of the Belgian sufferers, under tho supervision of Miss Mary T. Pattcson and Mrs. II. U. I.elgh, will be closed to-morrow, after the receipt of collodions for tho fund made to-day in several Sunday-schools. The fund up to last night amounted to (1,134. Theso- contributions were all voluntary, not an individual having been solicited for a- donation. This mo.noy will bo forwardod through the National Relief Association In New York. To-morrow the work of the. Petersburg committee, appointed by Charles T. IjJinsiter, district chairman. In connection with the State movement for relief, will be begun. John...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 November 1914

fl i" - ? 1 ' i. i I ?' i ^ . . I ? I ? I t II I I I I. ? ?!!<? ?? l.i.rf.lM LI . ? ? ?? I ? 1 I??i II ... . I., n I . . ? <?? ? I?? [ SPORTS 1 ACCURATE- ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES" ]SPORTS ^i?i ml i ri i1 ? 1 . ? i 'M ' ".i xa i111 i f i wi1 ii?" i ii .. i i . . 1 s i aaae?aa ... 111 ?i ? i- BsrtaBBgasfihn . ..i* " j" " ?? JJ RECREATION CENTRE , REOPENS TO-fEHT Chlmbornzo School Will Again Be Used for Active Work and Play. For Boys and Girls. SUMMER FIELDS POPULAR 260,000 Children Attend tho Nine Playgrounds?\V. Miles, Jr.t With Miss Atkinson, Fltz and Ramos, to llare Charge at Church Hill. To-nlglit at 7:30 o'clock the Indoor recreation centre nt Chlmborazo School will be opened for the win tor. This will bo the second year that <he Clilmborazo School has boeit used for this purpose, nnd this winter the work bids fair to surpass thut of last season. This recreation centre Is a continuation of tho city playground work, the Inclemency of tho ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 November 1914

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the Soil or Are tnteres ted in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All tnqulrlrN iind eominuuU'atloiw will rrcrlvr prompt ntlrndoa. Mondur, and coutrlbutlonn or ntldrrnard to The 'ilmm-Dlapiitcli Tht* deportment wlfl appear r?rh Hli|CC?tl<i|l'k will br uricomrdt Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orehardists, Truckers and Gardeners?Queries and Answers brief notes thought OUTJ5Y THE WAYSIDE (have been obtained at six n!onth?t0||,U -fImakes otio nf fi,. . ' . uutclici, ??? ?"?<?> in oh?!r?Z"'" '? LtZlr'" ""fp,y ?f le'ivei, In 4 ,heM ]'t*r'?tha? oil! C,?*n VP thc a,fa"a betIcat ti,? ki .r 8tock- '"cause thev I eat tli? big stems. I Apples intended for storaae should utmoHt enri! |i.ii= In? """" doSi'X ll??,AMT>,tchfork. '? loft lying I ? " or stood tines up, there Is a risk of serious Injury. r,sK LXo nccd hesitate to make his Jown vlneg-ar because of lark of .experience. It is s...

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

v SFHp&imr^IBi^patrh (p; IHIWPWIIJ,!! Ill ..ll.ll.l Mill lim.,111,,- Li I . ? I ,1111, II THB TIMR9, Kaundrd 1$$S TMB DISPATCH. Kouuded 1RS0 PWgpgaewsatyasxsmi ,i n niuii i: -.i. n n i , i n PgblUktd ertry <*r In the year by The TlnwDUpatch Publlihlor Company, Inc. Addreaa all '?onmtu alraUoaa to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlmea^Klapatrh IltillilluK, 10 South Tenth Street, IllehMOBd, Va. TELEPHONE, RAXDOLl'I? t Publication Olflce to Sonth 1>B*h Street Soath Richmond 1020 Hull Street Pcterabnrir.. 100 Xorth Sycamoro Street I.ynrkburi; SIS Eighth Street HASHROOK, STOHV A UROOKS, IXC., Special Adrertlalos Itepreoentntlvea. >je*T York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual I.lfe IliiHdln* Chicago I'eople'a Una Ilulldlng i SUBSCRIPTION HATES' ' IIV MAII. One Slit Three One 1 POSTAGE PAID Year. Mo*. Moa. Mo. j Dally nn<l Sunday ?8.00 *8.00 *1.50 $ .55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 I .00 .35 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 Ily Tiitica-Dlapatch Carrier De...

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

Hou?Md SOCIETYInterests Personal Notes "PERISHED AND IMPERILED ART" TOPIC AT WOMAN'S CLUB ?? ? ?tt>U?i? l.urr C, Caatvly to Wlurr Thl* Afternoon?Orind Hall Mt Colombo 11*11. 'I'ii? lectures at tho Wpman# Club this fall have been among tho liotablo society gatherings of the fall sonson and some brilliant audlenccs have leathered In tho club parlors /ach wueK ' to hear the addresses made nhere. 'V'hls afternoon at 4:30 o'clock .Miss Lucy C. i.'untely will lecture there on "J'erlsbed c'tid Imperiled Art," and an Informal rccepllon will follow her talk. Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. KaUy puld Donaldson will glvo tho second of a scries of lectures at the olub on "Tho Development of Northern Europe." Mr*. Donaldson, who In a gifted and delightful speaker. Iihh lectured before splendid audiences here and bor addresses have been the topic of conversation about the tea tables everywhere. l|r?. 1'urceM'^ Lonehewp. Cards are out for a luncheo?i to -In aIven to-morrow by ...

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

ASKED TO SEND ISEAIIE5 IN GOLD OH CURRENCY Kirst General Xotirc Is Sent Out to Institutions in Fifth District. XOT It ISA I) V l'OK HKDISCOLXTIXU Cannot Be Uiulertaken Until lleserves llaivo Ucpii Pailtl hi an?l All Details Worked Out?Plains for Collection of Clearings. Governor OtorKc .1. Seay. of tlio Richmond .Reserve Hank, last night, issued ai comprehensive bulletin bearing upon the relations of the -175 member banks of Fifth District to the eeiitral bnnk in this city. It sets forth dearly the duties of the member banks ami their immediate obligations as members of the Federal reserve system. The bulletin, a ropy of which was mailed last night to every member bank in the district, follows: To All Member Hanks of the Federal Reserve Hank of Richmond, District Number Five: Member banks will, of course, understand that Federal reserve banks on ??pening on the sixteenth Instant, cannot, in the nature of things, at once spring Into full operation with the machinery of completely org...

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

New Financial System Designed to Provide Elastic Currency OF SOUND ECONOMICS New Bunking Law In Designed to Provide Elastic Currency. DETAIL8 TO HE WORKED OUT Has Taken Organization Committee and Federal Reserve Board Almost Twelve Months to Bring Plan to Point of Beginning Business. Willi the opening to-day of tho twelve Federal reserve banks tlio nation will begin actual operation of Its now currency system designed to provide an elastic circulating medium based upon modern Ideas of finance and economics It linn taken tho reserve bunk organization committee and the Federal Reserve Hoard almost twelve months to work out details of organization to tlio point where an opening dato was .elionon. Notwithstanding careful deliberations which preceded every preliminary step, the twelve banks will not for many weeks take up and exerclso all the functions bestowed upon them by Congress. Such evolution as will result from tho old national banking system of necessity will In most respects bo ...

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

Richmond's Co-Operative Campaign Is Crowned With Succes4 OPENING OF BONK CROWNS CO-OPERATIVE CAMPAIGN Team "Work Developed in Fight Rliows Potential Strength of Richmond. ? CREDIT IS DUE TO MANY MUX Idea Originating With Governor Mann Was Strongly Pushed liy Oliver .1. Sands and Vigorous Committees of Many Organizations. The opening of the IMchmoml Reserve Hank this morning will crown with the ultimate garland of victory n oc? operative can:p-ilgn for the designation of Richmond as the scat of one of th?> Federal reserve banks, which began In tho dead of winter Inst December and was prosecuted with ^ igor until the Organization Committee, on April 2, included 'the name of this city in the fortunate twelve. From the standpoint of teamwork and enthusiasm, the campaign for the reserve hank was unique in Richmond's history. No element <>f the city's life, Industrial, social, or professional, was without representation in tho big machine, whlcli. nt the b...

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

fehpftimtf-li/spatrh SlXTT-rOUHTH TBAR Udmittedly 1THB3 BEST MEDIUM JN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS. 11HED APVEHTISINO. IELEP1IONB YOUK WANTS TO . TUB UaNDOLHU 1 1 BAJiuOIil 11 I WV\VANT AD. HATES. ?DAILY, on* cant ?> woxit witn ??* I nac?. ?Ji> ad ttJtfln for !??? tbfcn W o*n** liUXDAY, on? and one-htilf <:?nt? a w?rd '?I alt rlaadflad *d?. e*capt Situation* Wanted at oh cMi t Vord. No ad tak.n tor 1... In'o'aDS takin for lesa than ? cburjrftd or phoned lo. I'hontd or^in ruarintMd. ClaEilflcfUlont apt guarMtt?0 Sft?r ?;?) P If LOST AND FOVXP LoST, from Hair sink Farm. on Tele-! I graph Bond, small Poll black and Ivhltc cow. Ilownrd fur any * I lion leading to recovery. A. k. ?ncp-i |>anL Olen Albm. Vn. i !oST, on Broad Street, probably be-j ? tween Ninth and lOloventh. one cuff | Containing sold cuff link; Initial " ? , ?shone Madison D70G-J-LosT, round carved sold breast pin. j 1 Beward If returned to Janle IJ. Slinplion. 1703 Park Avenue. .j Los...

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

...Special Announcement... Beginning Next Thursday, November 19th Miller & Rhoads' Christmas Fair Will Be Formally Opened Next door to our Sixth Street entrance, in the building immediately adjoining on Sixth Street, and formerly ltnown as the PRESBYTERIAN BOOK STORE, we will have something entirely new and different?a regular Christmas Fair, where all sorts of gift goods will be grouped for easy selecting. THIS WILL BE VERY UNIQUE?in fact, it will be the first Commercial Fair ever held in Richmond. THE ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR of the building will be devoted to Christinas things and conducted on the fair plan. COME AND BRING ALL THE CHILDREN. This Christmas Fair is an extra display and sale. The main store will also have its usual Christmas gift merchandise. WOMEN FORCE STORES Suffrage League, Backed by Organized Labor, Wins Kasy Victory. PUBLIC SUNTIMKNT RKSPKCTK1) Virginia Suffrage Convention Advocates Enactment of IOiglit-Hour aud Minimum Wage Laws for Working Women?Unions...

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

THE DECREE !" woman's ureas ? id reflocted daily OF FASHION THE TIMES-DISPATCH to-day'? weather FAIR WANT TO Try n HmAll ' ? Ktflcd AuvertUe* qui f TT? ?nent In BuMiteeM 3LLLUU I . chunces Columu, THE TIMES-DISPATCH (Htli YEAR NUMBER 19,902. PRICE 2 CENTS. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES CRISP, NEW MONEY READY FOR ISSUE BY RESERVE BANK Stack of Bills Aggregating $2,000,000 in Vault on - Opening Day. RICHMOND BANK FIRST TO NOTIFY TREASURY Telegrams of Congratulation Are Exchanged With Other Members of New System. KEESEE, ASSISTANT CASHIER lminen.se Amount of Money Hitherto Held in Reserve Released for Trade. With W,000.000 in crisp new Federal reserves notes ready to bo handed out for accredited commercial paper, tucked away in Its vaults, and nioro than $1,500,000 in paid-in capital and reserves, tho Richmond Reserve Banlt at 0 o'clock yesteraay morning threw Its doors open for business. Shortly after that hour eleven sinter hanks in various parts of the Unit...

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