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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

Alexander Hoff&t of Princeton?hnv? kicked a goal from the fifty-yard line, or beyond, l>y a drop kick, and fourteen years have elapsed since tho last cne wan scored. To this rare roll now must be added the name of T. J. Cusack. of Now York University, who sent a drop kick spinning fifty yards against Rensselaer this fall, scoring a goal, and II. L?. Cofall, of Notre Damo, who also sent the ball over this long distance by a drop kick, scoring a goal against Carlisle. But Cusack deserves some other attention. He Is an irishman and formerly played with the Blackwak Collego team In Dublin, where he was chosen as a forward throe years In succession upon the All-Kastern team of Ireland to meet tho All-North-ern and All-Southern teams. But more Kor seven years In succession ho was selected as an "International"?tho highest football honor In (Ireat Britain, and as such a member of "the Irish team met the international teams of England. Scotland and Wales. He is now in...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

SOCCER FOOTBALL GAME FOR CUMIN Ku-lunontl Club to IMay Highland Kicker* nt liyrtl I'ark (!liristmas at tt:15 o'Cluck. WILL TAIvK iri? COLLECTION Entire Proceeds Will lie I)evoto<l to KclievlxiK Distress?Newport News llattlei-H. to lie In Spotlight New Year's Day. A soccer r < > r> 11 >: 111 game will l>c? played Christmas l>a.v at llyrd Park | at :i:l5 o'clock In the afternoon he- i twnnii the Itichmond Soccer Club an<l Highland I'ark for the t of the Associated Charities. The I'ark being joihlic, no admittance will be charged, l?ut a collection will bo taken up during the progress of the name, when It is hoped a substantial amount will be collected for tills worthy cause. This sport was * Introduced to Itichmond last ' winter, and has inade considerable progress in public favor for clean, healthy and vigorous sport, it iy unsurpassed', with the advantage that i> can be played through ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

RECORD TRANSACTION FAILS TO CO THnOUGH llau Johnson's At tempi to lMnce Mark and Collins In New York Falls Through at Last Moment. tiJUTB .IVMl* OX OTIIKi: FKIjLOWM Ulg League Manager Sanl to Have Instructed l'luyers to Condition at Different IMaces, and Offers Bonus to Those deporting in I'orm. 1 XKW YOKK, 1 ?Pceinbor 19.-- Connie Mack ia fooling Philadelphia fans hi trying to make them believe ho was not. being considered for an executive Job with th" Now York American*. After all ho has done toward wrecking his unco great Athletics by Retting; rid of Plank. 1 tender and Collins, particularly the latter, he realizes tlmt ho has to tn.ike some pretense toward love for h.ls home town and regard for the fans therein unless he wants his remnant of a team to piny before empty seats next c?nson. Therefore his efforts to conceal the fact that ho over i had his eyes turned toward another city. It was known all along by those oil the Inside that Mack's name figured prominently in she schem...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

IIHLET OFF FOR MEXICO TO FIND PLACE FOR OOUT imager of Jess Wlllard Tells Whut Me Expects the Big Westerner to Do to Jack Johnson. V8 PHYSICAL ADVANTAGE Taller and Younger, Which May lie to His Advantage?Daly Training Hard for Match With Chanv plon Kid Williams. Jack Curley, who is guiding tlie afIrs of Joss Wlllard, Is on his way to k-alco to try to aectiri; a place for tho mnson-Wlllard battle -in March. It I Mot known Just what faction CurL>- will ?<-gotlato with. It would Hccm [at. with* Villa, Carraiiza and the ftier Mexican presidents out 011 the [mpage, the comparative peace and lni of the Vsor battlefields would be fel'erablo to JohtlHon. Just imagine jut bunch under Zapata )i:iHMnu up a. lance to cut Into a JtiO.OUO a?-tu and ktlnu into the motion pictures!' Heforo Curley entrained for the land [ revolutions and lamnles ho took mo to make a few remarks, and bo mild' that if Jess can box the way irloy can chatter the boxing world ka, a real tr&l...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

ROBERT GOELET'S EX-WIFE BRIDE OF HENRY CLEWS, JR. Wedding. Which Takes Place in New . York, Completely Surrounded Wfth Secrecy. ONLY FI0W FltlKN'nS PHHSKNT No Announcement Made of I'lans of Newly Married Couple, hut it Is Supposed They Will Live in Paris. I Sporta 1 I <? Tin* Ti:iK'S-1 >ispatch. ] XlOW YORK, Itoi'cmbor 10.?Mrs. j Klsie Wlielen Goclet. whose dix*orce I com Holiort 'ieclc p.ixe society a do- j ? -ided shook Inst spring. was married j to-dny, virtually in secret. to Henry ? Clews. Jr.. the artist son of Henry i i 'Invf, th** banker ?.?r? 1 > a few friends were present at j i!ie ceremony, which was performed at j the him? of the bride lti Washington ' Square. Mr. Clews had come over from I Paris for the ceremony. ?oml the Inst j eight days had been anxious ones foi j the bride-elect as her fiance was a I passenger on >li" Florida, which war j so long oxerdue that fear finally was ; expressed for her safety. The ceremony was pe...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

DUN KNIFE OF B. & 0. HITTING BIGHT AND LEFT iy Employes Ilavo Been Laid Off, nd "Shenandoah Division" Is But u Memory. RCIIANT8 PAR FROM PLEASED Virginia Valley, Shippers Are alking Boycott ? Retrenchment 'ollcy< Ih Being Felt ot Otlier 'laces on Lino. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] 'INCHBSTBR, VA? Decomber 19.-r-ho economy knlfo of-thA Baltimore Ohio Railroad has been cutting it and loft on tho Siienadoah slon during the week now closWhen It was reported recently t upwards of 1,000 employes would laid ofT at various places all over system, one of tho head officials e said this division would not bo iQted, as the company was then eroding the smallest number of men Bible, and the services of none of hfl could be dispensed with. Howr, some of them have been laid off, ers given duel positions at less pay , still others transferred to Brunsk. In fact, the name "Shenandoah Islon" Ik but a memory, as this part the road has been added to the Balore division. The ch...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

ESTIMATE MADE OP COST OP RELIGIOUS SERVICES Opponents of "IHlly" Sunday Campaign Who I'w Kxpense Answered hy Lutheran Clergyman. CITKS i:ST.\HLlSHi:i> CIICKCHKS Taking as Hasls of Comparison Fi.nurcs From Individual Churches and Great Denominations, Insists Sunday's Work Is Inexpensive. T o ros: of the ' !?a"v" Sunday cami i-.:j :s an interesting topic among ministers of l'h lladeluhia. Sunday's ipponents. when tin y fail !?> find other 'natcrial tor criticism, dwell upmi the blu thai;k ??tr.-: iiius the evangelist re- : \ <'s n.i tin largo expense Incurred ? >r a campaign of ten weeks. Rev. Sylvanus Stall. l>. l>.. the Lutheran . i :.??? and author, believes that, Suni\ > earni'i.irns are worth all they >st He writes on this subject as r. ? 11 ? > w s Yes. the "Hilly* Sunday campaigns \v ;i In ci?tly. Kvcn if the tabernacle ? ! running expenses exceed $70,003, i ? results will tii?&am...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Itichmond and tho South Second News Section Kdltorial, Real Katat<? and Want Ad Pages PART THREE 64 th YEAR RICHMOND VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS Writes Vivid Eyewitness Story ( of Thrilling Scenes in English Camps. i ALL CLASSES ARE LEVELEDi Recruits, Eager to Fight, Put I Hearts and Souls in Work. IIV III I) Y AItII K1I>M.\<;. I.unilon, December '*?. This was a cantoninant one had never Ffcn before, and the gray-h'ki red military policeman could t?Ive no help. "My experience," be spoke detachably, "Ik that you'll find everything everywhere. Ib it any particular corps you're looking; for?"' ".Vot in the least." I said. "Then you're all right. You can't mis.< gettinu something.'? lie pointed 1 generally to the North Camp. "It'8 like floods in a town, isn't it'."' He had hit Just the word. All known i marks in the place were submerged by ; troops Parade-grounds to th...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

KCOIMC COUNT! AND ' I ITS VISIBLE ADVANTAGES lionn* t?f Potatoes and Mini) Other (I'onil Tilings in Season. Oi l" CJiOM Itll ll.MoM) . . I Kj.*lern Shore County 'I'hal liiehinoml (lu^ht to lamk After?I'ine T ratio Down There That Has lleen rransi't'irnl. :io Kaslctn Sl.ote of Vn nil. hi pa > s ii 11ro tribute to, mor* 11"iI?itt?* f< mil .? it>? >- Ytrainia than i ? I. <?- t' .r >1 from IJichmond ami .t'.orfolk. :.'t< leading ecuumitvial .en^ii ih of the twentieth ronturj Virginia. . *i ' . t w . > colli:! n-s ? omi'osnm tin Kast?<tti Shore !iappon to "< better run'.???eteil 1 ?> rail wiili eitie* to t in* North ;'ia. tin', at:- with \"r^i:i:' ???;!* > !.*?>' "tin slowet W a ??r : out ? > I h? y ale in uood toiii li \\ iJ!? Norfolk, and with :n ;'?! . ? i hy t ? **? totstes 11 x?? \ do oval of ? ? ?: 11 - w it'll tin- two . \ ii... ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

! STOCK MARKET THROWN ! BH INTO DULLNESS .?7 Optimism Gets (letter of Judgment, ami Karly in "Week I'rices Aro j Shot (IpniiHi. OPKItATIOXS AKE DISCOl'IlAUKl) ' ^ ? Knd'of Kvetiiful Week In KxcliniiRe ; Finds Business Slow, Final Day's . Turnover llelnn Less Than 50,000 Shares. i i IIV KltOADAN U'AI.I,. N'EW VOHK. Uti'i'inti'T It. Wall Street hud nn eventful wee|? The preliminary try- . out of trading ,u week ngo to-day stimulated outside Irititch, sinil on Monday the , demand fur stocks crew so Insistent that tho committee fnuml It necesaary to transfer nil tho stocks to the floor of tho exchange oil Tuesday. <>{itIiiiiHin goi tho belter of Judgment. nml price* shot "f ? lo r. points. bringing ninny of our international stocka close to the iniixiinum price* established In Uondnii. Selling , for foreign nccoiiiil. supplemented by boar- , lull operation* of professionals. check^il the ; advance anil throw tin- market back Into dullness. Vigilant Stock Kxehnnge o...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

jRicfnnoirii Ciiiu^-jBispatrl) VIIK TIMES. Koniitfd IRS* 1'IIK DISPA TCH. Founded 185U Cuhlikhrit every iIbjt In the yr#r liy 'I'hr TlrnriOI*p?tch PliMUhitift Company, Inr. Adilrma nil eoramuntcntlonn to TIIK TIMES-I>I8I'ATCH. T1me?-l>l"|?nteh ItutldlnB. 10 South 'IVnII: Street, ntchruead. Va. : . 7 TELEPHONE. lUSUOM'll I ?('UliltiH)lou Ofllee (U South l>ntli Street South ltlrhinojid JOSO Hull Slreft Ptlrrkburc 1W* North fywmorf Strwl nphburg ?1S Eighth Street llASBUOOK, STOHV * II1IOOKS, IXC.. Special A?\Tertl?lui: HeprrxrntiidTri. /'jftvt York ?><? Klflh Avenue * Philadelphia "Mutual I.Ife Ilulldinjc j lOhlinito .... I'ciiplf'? (in* OulldlnB ?. StnStltil'TIOX KATES 1^-- IIV MA1I> One SI* Three One ; l*0>TA(ir. l'AII) Wnr. Mon. Mo*. Mo. i nnil Sunday ....90.00 IH.flO fl.Ctl 3 .W rtlnlly only -too a.?? l.OO .tf? ?s-Ktsuday only i!.Oi? t Oil 50 5W n? Tlmen-Dlspateh Currier DoIIvitt Service In | ltl&g...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

?i ?' i ' ? ... ? i ? . ? , JEB5 m niifBBHffltti i ^ THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES A Christmas Message Sermon by RKV. FliOYD AV. TOMKIN8. Topic: "An UnKclflnh II. 1-11. Once more the greeting comes, ns froeli and dear an of yore, nnO with j sincere hearts we cry. "Merrle Chrlstnins:" It Is n little difficult, when wc remember how many thousands of our friends arc suffering under the cruelties of war. to arouse the old enthusiasm in connection with Christmas. flow can wo sin* carols and j give gifts and bo merry when the cjQuds are so heavy and we feel the | woes of others as our own? Hut let I us remember that this very sympathy i is a part, a largo part, of tin* Christmas spirit. The fact that we cnre, that we mourn with the sorrowltiK and that we are indignant at Injustices and cruelties, proves that the old mcs- | sage is still living- Hefore Christ came men did not care very much for each other, and ono nation had no regard j for the sufferings of another nation, (.lifts we...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

EXCITEMENT CAUSED BY | ARRIVAL OF DODGE CAR "I nr of 'I jmitj" \ Irnril lij llmiJrnN noil II Mi'vlv I*\Il?M?h ?it (lit- I * it li 11 ?*. Do<Ik<? Hlotl ? is To hilllflfiiils of I:: ? i! I otolislf. I ho , iibuvo ir."'t - .i w;i.- ? ??:?.??! alottu: automobile tow t \> ? . ' u s t '? ? ? ? s?lir lib) for :ai f\- .!?>? (<? t! ? sales room of !.??? !s I; ' " 1| s >!? s> :? liaK?M . Hi 104; \v". t M .,i -!!??! I *ri !?; I?1 >' nevor !'? 'ore 'I ? l*-tor of t o au'.otmiljili !>...- !'? ,>i\' >?. 1 \\ :ao - ! lor 1 . 1 w - . : 1 ? \ 111 !: t ??! est , ?Hll I to tie ' ?? ? *. 11 1 lniilf;iiids of :i lllomohil i>: < : ?:! - lions of tin cou m r \ . Ill tin ' 1st two lulls', follow IM 111'1' I'lio :t. . ..f M '?< !? S ? ?<?! 11 T'l llrs'i. . ? 1 ? ? of \ i-i 1 tor* poured through the tMitruiieiS itiix* t ii.i;s I ? ? ? ? ? ? ' -1 ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

uo 'orchard INSECTS; they MAY BE controlled (Continued from SSocoml I'ukc-) ho linvo invested more i-xtemd vely i frutt it ml depoinl more* <>n the crop, lould not be mane to xuffcr livvansit neglcct on the part of people who ?vo nothing at stake. Kvery one oukIiI, it uuuM Kei.ni. to ' required to destroy infested trees ? hl? possession whenever he is unllling to treat them ami euro for ? cm properly. t'erialnly one has iimluntlnn lt<>\ Willi 'I'rrpM I'ai-kvil In It. othiiiK Ik i;ain hy Iccpiug them, since 'ie scale will ili'Htruy them anyway, ml a nelghbor's risk should of itself ?: sullicicnt motive to impel one to et i 111 of the pests. Tlic importance of uiviim attention 'j spraying. fumiMation. a ml other leans of destroying scale inserts Is rrowing greater fvorj year, as the creago In fruit increases. It is cusomary to concede to insect pests of rdinary crops one-tenth of 11>?? total nluo of tin- crop, ami applying this o ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

J^S I^er/ie Weekly CaHeirndisiir0^ A( AI>r.M\ OK m SIC. 'I'liurNdny, Krldny mill Saturday, iritli matinee* I'rldaj iiml Saturday?l.ucllle I .a Verne Company, in "Polly I'rtiiiroMe.** II I.I OI TIIKATIIK. All the week, >\ltli matlnecM Tuendny, Tliur?olny, Krldny mill Saturday?(irnjrc Sent! ? oaipaay. In "In Mlxxmim." I.VItlC T1IKATHI-:. All Hie week, wltli dully nintluec*? Popular vaudeville and wnr picture*. COI.OMAI. TKHATIti:. \ 11 tlie week, nilli performance* at I.'. t, 7 nnil )? o'clock?Kent lire motion picture*: "The Thief" for tlie .lr*t half of tlie week, anil "St. Klnin" for the second linlf. I.I ? 11.1,1: I.A VKIIM: ('OJll'AW (SOUS TO AC'AIIKMY TIUIIS|>\Y After many proiiosils and counterproposals, olTors ami refusals, agreements and compromise!!, the immediate future of the Lucille La Verne Company was settled late yesterday afternoon. Miss La W;-ne and her company, minus Miss Walker, who left yesterday to join Louis Mann's company as lead...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

I ESTATE RECORD 1 MB COURT GKLENDUR >iness Conditions Steadily Iniprov. j lug, Is General Vcrdlct of Agent 8. IGHT OUTLOOK FOll BUILDING silts Will Follow Lead of Hanks uid Markets in Closing Olllcos 'rom Thursday Afternoon to Mon- j lay Morning. 'he local r<ul estate market durtlie pant week has shown such an j i>rovement for this season of tliel ir that the agonta in the main are used and believe that this Ih only start of good business after the | st of the year. There Is noticeable a I (lit Improvement generally In busl?ft and tills will also have a good eft on the realty market. 'I consider the local situation very 3d," said one of the largo agents. I a very conservative man, yester"for this season of the year. And llo we all know that the holiday ?son Is always very quiet with the | il eat a to agents, ibo market for the <t week has had a good tone. Money j not as tlfcht and while there If no >ply ior 'wildcat speculating,...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

FOIt S.\ LK? Ilea I Kstate 2 1-2 acres of html ami pood 6-room ? dwelling. situated on tin- Chesuocakoi Bay Line, near (im iiwood Stop. Price. 52.000. tUNTKR Park lot In best location, Chamberlaync Avonuc. Price. 52.400. Tito price will advance on Ulnter Park ! property. lu<> now. .1. A. CONN'101.1.Y .V .CO. Madison 33fil - Madison 33C2. : FIFTY^POOT iotT":VV?odlan?i Heights. j overlooklnp river: Sloo liclow market j If sold immediately. Address F 410. I .cart- Times-1 bspatoll. FOH SAlilv?Farms FIMO James Hiver farm, 400 acres: | fronts one-half mile on the rlvt-.r: about 150 acres in cultivation, balanco good timber worth (?ne-half the priec ; of the place. Oood wharf on tliis prop-! rrty. also store and post-office: should, bring In fl.OQO yearly. Hood tenant bouse and four rooms back of tlio | store. Price onl> $12.f>00. For partieu- j lars nd'ir- ss. with stamp. Deverell & i ?Co., Clarcn\ont, Va. 100 acres, $2,'.'0i'; ?3&a...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

??r ? ? Ridimoriii ?lniE^j3i$palclj j SIXTY-KOURTH YEAR I ' 1 DMITTEDLY | Tills BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSI IKIED ADVERTISING. l'KMJI'HONB VOI.Il WANTS TO | TUB TIMKS-DISPATCH ANUOLP1I 1 1 IIAAUOI.ril ' H AXT A I). HATH8. \II.V, ono cent u word when paid In advance. No ad. taken (or lea* than 10 tenia. ?NI>AV, one and one-half centu a word for I ? II elacaltted ail*, except Situations Wanted I it one icnt a word. No ad. taken for lens l .itmi i; cent*. , l> A OH. taken for li*?? thun 3."> cents when barged or phoned In. Phoned orders not ! (uaranteed. Clussltlcutlons nut suaruntoed ifter -J:i) V. M. LOST AND FOUND flKT, sorrel horse and top UUKKV Sat- ) urda.v nicht. Reward if returned to' -1 North Twontlet h Street. OST, watch fob. with small locket, at! Second ami Hroad about li o'clock ucsilay evening. Reward If returned > 3U0 Chamhet layne Avenue. Phone adison U70'J-J. OST, lady's gold watch, engraved U. K. Reward If returned t...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

MAll, ORDKU - ^ NMAS JUST FOR Til K HOLIPAYS. ONE gallon demijohn of old-time Virginia Mountuin Fulclier Whiskey, reven years old. for J4.00. a charming XmaH present. W*luit the Governor of Virginia sulci to the Governor of Nortii Carolina. It's great. George McD. ! Blake & Co., No. 00 Broad Streut. Phone Randolph 512-513. XM AS. THE judge said to the major: "Old i Kentucky Bourbon." .lust for the holidays'. We offer one gallon demijohn Old Kentucky Bourbon. same as the judge and major drinks, for 53. Send"ono to your friend in the country.! tioorge Mel'. Blake Ar Co.. No. no Broad Street. Phone Randolph 512-513. j HATS. HATS. I. A PIES' and gentlemen's hats reshaped to latest styles; factory facilities. Write for circulars. See Verra Hat \>orks, 211 North First Street, Rich- j r.<ond. Va. OSTRICH FEATHERS. OSTRICH feathers?Take your old ! feathers to Thureston's: they will : make them new again. Thurston's. No. 217 North First Street. 4 Sc. FOR SI ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

RT FOUR Soclcty, Fashions and tho Household?Of Interest to Kvery Woman fftdjmonii OTune^-Pi^patrl) Confederate C o hi m n? Genealogical Data?TimesDispatch Children's Clult PART FOUR 4th YEAR RICHMOND. VA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS r Extraordinary Sale of Fifty^ Sample Bags anc[ Suit Cases At Manufacturers' Prices $5.00 to $0.00 Sainrlc Suit Cases ami lings, sale price- /*-> mat These elegant Cased made of best quality cowhide linen and leathor.T) j J lined, brass lock, straps all uround; the best value ever offered at $:J.95. * r $8.50 Genuine Leather Bags, $2.50. These elegant leather bags can be had in both black and tan; some show slight handling, but are otherwise perfect; $3.50 ones for $2.50. $7.00 and $8.00 Suit Cases and Hags, $5. These cajjes are made of best quality cowhide and goat skin, workmanship of the very best. Some show slight handling, but the best value on Broad Street at $5. We Sell More Ready-tQ-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Oil...

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