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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

CHRISTMAS TREE NOW READY FOR TRIMMERS j (siuiit Cedar on old l-'ortl Lot AVill He Decorated and Lights Tested. SI\<>KRS' STAND COM I'IjKTKI) Arrangements for Community Cele bration on Christ mas live Promise a (Jreat Success?Will I<inht Tree at (i o'clock. With the ex centIon of trimming the giant tree, arrangements for the Com munity Christmas Tree celebration have been completed. Workmen have finished tlv erection of the covered si Hirers' stand. and the dancing plat form is ready for us--. The old Pord Hotel sit'-. <-n which tli< celebration will he h> Id. is fen i d off to keen the spectators from int??i-f- ring with those pat tlcipat itig in i tie ?>s> l ols. s. The arrangements show that the ci letirat lull will 1" on " larger scale t. n last >1,1: . Til-- singers at that ti11 * 1 * wire grouped on tin- ground, and their vo;> ? s w* if drowned by tin- noise made by the multitude of spectators. This y ai. li nvi-vi-r, the sinners will !??? seated "...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

OLIGE GIVE DAILY FUND INAID OF THOSE IN NEED ach Officer of City Fore? Agrees to Assessment of 2 Cents Per Day. MOUNTS TO 9100.80 PKR MONTH lore Than 2,000 Articles of Cloth ing Given to Relieve Suffering of Poor Yesterday?Money Contribu tions Are Greatly Needed. Contributions for Associated Charities I nsli $ 3 00 I nxli '. 2 OO Dimes from Dumbarton 5 I>7 \V. A. A., South Iloaton 10 OO Dixie Aerie 3HM, Krnternnl Ordrr of ISntcIen 10 00 MIhh Helen V. Eseklrl a OO Received yesterday 33 07 Previously ucknon lrrtKril 471 lO 'I'otul rtftlvcd 9BO-1 17 Contributions for relief of the un employed of Illchmoiid inny be Kent to The TlmeN-UlN|intcli. They will he promptly nek no wledned, nnd will be expended In relief of worthy In dividuals, without publicity. but nrllh clone *upervlslon. "Dimes from Dumbarton," listed In he contribution!) appearing above, how what a little ?lrl Just twelve nars old collected in her Rreat desire i> help the poor and needy In llich lond; and, perhaps, of...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

RAILROtO MEN FORECAST DOWN OF PROSPEROUS DAY lielleve Hate Decision Heflects Change | in Attitude of Public To ward farriers. HOLDS KEGUIjAK mkktinc; j Prominent Oflleials Address Meeting on I.ive Topics?Transportation Is' Declared Dominant Interest of the' World?White and Stevens Speak, j Railrond men believe that tbc re c. nt derision of the Interstate Com-} :n.? r ?<? Commission granting an Increase in freight rates to certain Kastern lines Indicates tlie existence of a clearer un-j ?1< rst.inding between the public and the . .irriers an<l that the decision fore casts an era of grenter prosperity for j ili* entire country. This sentiment was t \pressed in speeches made last night | i t.\ prominent otllcials of transportation ; companies, addressing a regular meet-1 ing of tin1 Klclunond Itailrond Clubj held at Murphy's Hotel, attended by 1 nO mi nibers. . ? The dawn of a better day >or thoj railroads anil lor railroad no n has at* ( ready come, according to President ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

L ESTATE RECORD AND GOURTGALENDAB 8fer? Yesterday Aggregate ?52, 851), Starting Week Ofl Well. 9 ESTATE BUYS PROPERTY of Leonard Street Ix)t to Bo Held Heal Estate Exchange, Thus Ob? latlng Delays Occasioned by Had eatlier. alty transactions record'ed in tho ts yesterday show a steady de d 011 the local market, for this sea of the year. The transfers of city orty yesterday reached a total of 350. A large business la not cx ed this week by the agents, but erday lias started the week off well. e deed transferring the property wn us 114 West Broad Street from . Bloomberg, trustee, to the Koss to for $32,100, was placed on re yfesterday. Tho lot fronts thirty eight Inches-on this north side of ad Street, Just east of Jefferson, property la Improved and occupied he Overland Motor Company. ccordlng to ii deed of trust flled in Chancery Court yesterday after , E. 1). Hotchklss and wife convey I... Gordon, trustee, the real estate printing plant of Mitchell & chklss, located on North Ei...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

STOCK EXCHANGE DULL AND PRICES VERY WEAK There Is little Outside Iluying, and Fresh Supply of Storks From Kurope Arrives. LIQUIDATION IS INCKKASKD Coal Stocks 1/ead in Decline on De duction of Kates on Anthracite Ordered l?y Pennsylvania Public Service Commission. 11Y IIKOADAN WAI.l.. SEW YOKK. December Jl.-l'ilcrs were wpak in a very dull market to-day Outside buying to develop, ami as Saturday'* ? tfamers brought a fresh supply of stocks for European n< count. this hplppil to depress prices Foreign exchange broke to H f'Vi. bringing demand sterling close to the norma! point for the Importation of gold Tin- dccline In creases the liquidation In securities*, and au tomatically advances the amount realized by *a1es of our stocks and bonds for l.oiulon account Coal stocks led the decline on the reduc- J 'ion in rates cn anthracite ordered by the Pennsylvania Public Service Commission. The opinion was expressed that the effect upon earnings would be slight and con- j fined to llin* ...

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

|dimonWimeS-|3i?palcl) MXTY-Kourvrn year WITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. ^lkEPIIONE YOUII WANTS TO THE TIMliS-OXSPATCH ptDOLPII 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT A I). KATES. (I/Y, one cent u word when paid In ad nce. No a<l. taken for Ichu than 10 centa. DAY, one and one-hair cents a wonl ^or classified ads. except Sltuutloim Wanted one cent a word. No ud. tukeu (or leas an IS cents. ADS. taken for let* than 35 cents when arged or phoned In. Phoned orders not aranteed. Classifications not guuraateed W i:J0 l'. 7.1 LOS'J' ANI> FOUND ST, pocket check hook on Virginia atlonal Hank, Reward, $1, if re hed to Kootn 811, Virginia Hallway Power Building. I5T, Sunday ovening on Fifth or Ixth Streets, between Grace and nklin. or on draco, between Fifth SIxtn, ?olil bow knot watch pin, ineled with forget-me-nots. Re :? to 110 North Fifth Street. He 'd. 15T, bunch of keys Saturday between ast-ollice and Fourteenth and Main. ? der return to II South Fourteenth; set and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

TENANT Need not bo hard ? if you mako use FINDING .A? THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?Kictjmoud ?xme^Pi^patcli RICHMOND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. THE NEWS -A? ?i ? boura the 1 OF VIRGINIA pro8s of 81 ur thoutkity Ibl THE TIMES-DISPATG Time and Sureness Count for Much At the Xmas Rush Season Here Are Some Excellent Reasons Why This Store Can and Does Give You Good Merchandise and Good Service. 1 Because every detail of the store's organization re lating to service is kept up to such a high standard of efficiency all the year round that very little "key ing up" at Xmas time is necessary in order to give a BETTER Xmas Service! 2 Because our clerks?instinctively and through train ing?assume a personal interest in the wants of the store's patrons, and share with each customer the gratification they feel when their requirements are accu rately and promptly fulfilled. 3 Because "the Right Merchandise at the right price? is, and must ever be, the basis of every transaction. Every article sold here m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of city nml tltate the brat tnrillum to all Virginia la THE TIMES-DISPATCH Sicljmono QTimcSi 2 SHOPPING DAYS u1 Chrint iiihm. Ilrlp uthrm auil ^ Are nil that rruinln before , yournclf by buying Knrly. . ? THE TIMES-DISPATCH v 64th year number 19,938. richmond, va? wednesday, december 23, 1914. ?twelve PAGES fair price 2 cents. CENTRAL NATIONAL i ROBBED OF $2,0001 IN OPEN DAYLIGHT Crooks Decoy Receiving Teller From Window and Abstract Money. / I BOLD ATTEMPT IS MADE AT FIRST NATIONAL! Window of Shipping Teller Is j Bent In by Men, Who Escape. TIIKKH l ()iu;i;i) < Ui:< KS |*ASHKD ; . i Purported to Have Hern Certified by Cashier Smith, of Planters'. Three Richmond Banks Targets for Crooks I'likniinii crooltH jmlrriloy dlvert ?*il the nttentlon ?if llir rreol vlnie Icllrr nt tin* Onlrnl Natlonnl llitnk, anil while he usm nt the telephone ('.ttriK'trd lit IiIIIm from the rotintcr. Knrllrr in the tiny nn effort Co (orce open the nlchrl of the ship ping; teller n? t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

Fighting in Flanders and France Without Abatement elder~d likely thin movement will ranch largo proportions until some decisive result has been attained In the contest against the Russians. The Turks, like their allies, are be ing attacked on two sides. Tho Rus sians claim to have Indicted a itovero defeat on th-'in in tho district of Van, J while the allied fleets have been bom b&rding Kilhl Rahr. in the Dardanelles and a I'retu h destroyer has shelled | their troops on 11?-? mainland opposite I tin* Island of Tcr.edos. Tho llrst real view of the extent of tho South Af' ican rebellion Is given j by the Minister of Justice, who says ' thut 4,00o rebels are in prison, and J that 1,200 have been sent to their ' homos on parole. There-are still a few roaming about the country, but they ! are without leaders, and are surren dering upon the appearance of Union soldiers. SITUATION" SIC 10.MS i.lTTI.r, CHANGED BERLIN". December 22 (by wireless). ?The official press bureau lo-dav gave o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

JOHN 0. MtSSEV HOME' IS DESTROYED BY FIRE i - ? I It Was There That Its Owner anil | Ills Aged Wife Were Murdered Thirty Years An<?. MlllDKIlKH WAS IAXCHKI) Chesapeake and Ohio Passenger and Freight Depot at Shadwell Burned, j Believed to Have Been Set on Fire ' to Cover Theft of Whiskey. CIIARLOTTKSVn,r4S. VA., Decem ber 22.?Tins old John <>. Massey home.! ?>n liuck Island i'arin, the property of .1. It. An<1 rows. of this city, wan totally destroyed by lire yesterday morning. I .1. A. Marsh, who muuitaed the farm for .Mr. Amlrcv.'K, occupied the resi lience with lils family, and lost most of his furniture and belongings. The farm Is about eight miles east of Charlottesville, and tlic residence, which was of the Colonial type, was rltyatod on a hill Just above Buck Is land Creek. The dwelling was a two story structure, part brick and part frame, with a large hall rurjnlng through the centre, and large front and back porches. There were ten rooms. The building was onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

? ' " i .1 i J. l ii uu , , . ..... ? . .... ? ... 1?????_-_ [sports i NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD" ? sports] Enthusiastic Meeting at Business Men's Club Last Night. 1 Cohtinued Kroin Klrsi Page.) the Richmond people want. I have been impartial in the past, ami have always tried to administer the league arriurs from an Impartial standpoint. Mlclimond. I realize, wants hotter baseball from a civic standpoint ? a standpoint of greatness. You think ion \\ a nt better baseball ;is a sport but you don't. Von want to he reck oned amonc the greater things of vour country. It is a commendable spirit but the people of the other cities in' the league have that same civic pride ?ot one of the eight cities that have been in the league at various times have ever made inonev. The hackers have gone down into their pockets year after year to meet the deficit. They have built and maintained expen sive plants, and to let Kichmund with draw from the league means that thev 0}" Into a/"la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

PETERSBURG [ MSONS IN PEIEBSBBRG WILL IITTE1 SERVICES liree Lodges Will Go in Body to Methodist Church and llenr S|>ecinl Hermon. :agles give generously 'hey Place Dollur Bill in Hands of 1 Each Child in Orphan Asylum. , Children Will Be Guests of Elks j on Christmas Day. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.! TMCTBnSBUHO. VA., December 22.? The three lodges of Masons in this i lity?Blandford. N'o. 3; Petersburg. No. i lr?. and Powhatan Starke, No. 124? I fill worship at the Washington Street i I. K. Church on Sunday night. The liembers will meet ut the Masonic 'emplo on West Tahh Street and march n si body to the church. Appropriate ervlces will be held, and a special ser lion will lie delivered by the pastor, >r. Richard Wilkinson, who is a mom Lor of the order. Dinrlty Work. Through the generosity of Peters jurg Aerie of Katies, a crisp, new dol lir bill was last night placed in the lands of each of the children of the female Orphan Asylum for their o*-n personal use. On Christma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

jRicfmumii ?meg-Ptepafrb ' 1MB TIM ICS, Fonndtd 1SSS frHIS DISPATCH, rounded 1850 Pnbll?Kfd every day In the ye*p by The Tlmea Dtipatch Publishing Company, Inc. Address all communications to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH, Timea-Dlspatch Ilulliltng, 10 South Tenth Street Ulchmond, V?, TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publication Ofllce 10 Sonth Tenth Street South Richmond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg 100 Siorth Sycnmorc Street Lynchburg. SIS Eighth Street HASDROOK, STORY A RIIOOKS, IMC., Special Advertising Representatives. Nevr York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutunl l.lfe Building Chlcnito I'ctiple'l Una Building SUBSCRIPTION nATES BY MAIL One Six Thre? One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mob. Mob." Mo. Dally and Sunday... .90.00 93.OO $1.90 9 .B'? Dally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .SB Sundoj' only S.OO l.OO .00 .25 By Times-Dispatch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and suburbs) and Petersburg! Dally rith Sunday, one week 18 cents Dally without Sunday, one vreck 10 centa Sunday only 5 cents Entered January 27, 1D0B, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes MISS EVELYN DIXON BRIDE OF DR. FRANK DILLARD Cereamir Tttw Mice at *T)?TTben7," Hlltorlo Country Home In Hanover County. Two pretty lunoheons wero Riven yesterday, on? In honor of a brldo and the other complimenting a bride to-be. Mlaa Julia Grant Moore was hostess at a srpa.ll luncheon In her homo on Fourth Street yesterday In ?honor of Miss Caroline Minor, ^hoso marralgo 1b to bo a fashionable event of the oomlng week. Miss Gran'ts guesty Included Mlsa Minor's brides maid* and several additional friends, and the tabl? was set with a flat placque of polnsettlas. Those Invited to meet the honor guests wore Miss Martha Purcell, Miss Susie McGulre. .Miss Ophelia Minor, Miss Parko Taylor, Miss May Moore and Miss Margaret Freeman. Mrs. Coleman Wortham enter tained at luncheon at the Coin wealth Club yesterday, the afT;ilr being given for Mrs. Jamos CJor <lon Smith, whoso wedding was cel ebrated at her country home this fall. Christmas decora...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

REAL ESTATE RECORD AND COURT CALENDAR Yesterday's Transfers Were Mainly , for Suburban Property for Uotneseekers. WILL EHKCT XKNV WAREHOUSE Total of lliiilriin? Permits for First Half of December This Year Kquals Total for Kntire Month Lust Year. New Concerns Chartered by State. Heal estnte transactions recorded in the courts yesterday show a continued demand on the real estate market for small property. The trading in the main was for suburban property In the newly-annexed territory. The local market for the past several days has had a steady tone, with a tendency to better business and good prospects for the coming year, ami has made a good showing for the holiday season. A building permit was issued by Building Inspector John K. Butler yes terday to tho Spenco-Nunnamaker *'<>. for tne erection of a three-story briclc building on the east side of Seven teenth Street, between Broad and Mar shall Streets. The building will cost approximately ? 1 f.,04 7. and will be used as a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

FIRMER GOMES TO RID | OF ASSOCIATED CHARITIES Will Bond Produce From Farm to Feed Starving of City. WOMAN IN PITIABLE PLIGHT I'l-ofmloiml Fakers, Who Will Not Saw Wood or Tako Hath,M'rofor to Mck on Streets to (joint; to Or 'Xnni/.ed Chart ties. Contributions for Associated Charities M. Mii?ard Tllchinun, Jr....9 10 DO ?l." * '2T, Oil Tow nnvAIle trlendn 7 5(1 liml: I <H) t'usii i no S. v. \v., Wnkrtleld, Vn I <M? Krcrivrd jrittrrilii)' 'Ill (10 l*r?*\ IoiihIy tickiiutvlrdurd.'. . nil-1 17 Totul received Kr.r.O 17 <'ontrlliutluuN for rrllef of tin* tiit ? employed of Itlcliinoiid muy be neat (u Tin- TAincx-DlMpiitI'll. Tliey will Air promptly iickiK^vli'ilirrd, aiuA will be c\|irudi-d An relief of worthy Iu dl\Idiiuln, without publicity, l>nt wttli clour supervision. While L?r. James Buchanan, general secretary of the Associated Charities. wuh giving ear yesterday to Meveral people who were desperately in need of relief, a farmer bowel his way in and asked for Immediate ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

PRICES ARE IRDEG6LIIR, i WEAKNESS IS SHOWN; Quotations Influenced by Strength in j Cotton ami Wheat atul Uncer tainty in Steel. NO GKNKKAli \VA(?K REDUCTION j Corporation flakes Reassuring An- ? itouiieenicnt, Whilo Admitting! There May He Readjustment in j Amounts Paid for Skilled Labor, j ItY ItltOAII.X N WAI.K. Xr.w YOUK. 1>? . ember Price* on the i Stock Kxchange Jo-tiny were Irregular. and ?it times vv.-.ik. Str< ngth In the nmrU^tf f<>r cotton nnd : wheat, and uncertainty over the next Stwl | ? oiumon dividend, xiuplnl with selling^ for foreign account, influenced quotations. I'loor traders were pessimistic. and their opera tions tended further to unsettle prices. Vaulted -States Stee! < omrnon dropped to whl'h Is perilous})- near the established , minimum of Js As* the Stock Kjchance j committee has inlojiKd a practice of re- , ? Ini iiig iiilti'nsu::i on the declining prices, too much faith should not be pi a ceil In 4S a- a dead line Aft.-r the close It w ns ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

61XTY-KOURTH YEAR I.DMITTEDLY I THE BEST MEDIUM IN TUB SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TKIiEPHOMS VOIIR WANTS TO . THE TIMEB-D1SPATCH IaNDOLPII 1 1 IlANOOIiPII I WANT AD. RATES. ?AII.Y, one cent a word when paid In ad jvancs. No ad. taken for leas than 10 cents. 3NDAY, one and one-half cents a word for ill classified ads. excupt Situations Wanted _*t one cent r word. No ad. tukeu for less Ithan 16 cents. |o AOS, taken for less than 25 ?nli when Icharged or phoned In. Phoned orders not Ifuaraiiteed. Classifications not guaranteed |altrr b:30 P. M. LOST AND FOUND iOST, pocket clicck book on Virginia I National Hank. Reward, II, If r< Irned to Room 811, Virginia Railway |id rower Building. lOST black and white pointer, female. I Answers to the name "Domino, liberal reward If returned to l?iru8 .V. (rother, Inc., or Twenty-tlrat and Main jrcata. OST, between Elba Station andtho poat-otlice, a bunch of keys. I hono radlnon 3113 or 624 West Broad. loST, one silver cigarette caHO^be ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 23 December 1914

THE WAY TO SUCCESS May IrfflUfBtly bf found thrtos^ ? iBiall ad In the el?Htl?d rolauiaa af THE TIMES-DISPATCH |?icl|monS 0Time?-Pi^rattf) RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914. AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES For nomfi are charmingly llluMrated dally OB the llonit> hold l'a*? at THE TIMES-DISPATCH For a Woman's Gift? Get Gloves! "Hut she already has Gloves, and then I am uncertain as to her size and color she prefers." That's nothing! We'll gladly exchange them for her, so? . Get Gloves! We never knew a woman who would ad mit she had too many pairs. Twelve months in tlie year the well-dressed woman must have Gloves, and as gifts, few articles arc more acceptable. Get Gloves! Get them at "Rich mond Glove Store," where one may be certain of getting the HEST! 2-CLASP KID GLOVES, 79c, $1.00, $1.50 and up. 3-CLASP GLOVES, $1.50 and up. L 0 X G GLOVES, $3.00 to $4.50. Each pair nicely boxed, if desired. First Floor. For a Man's Gift? "Give a man something he can WEAR, and he will appreciate i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

WANT AD PUBLICITY l*utM your tjurnt for a Mtuttlon on atttrlctl) Itunlnra* bimln when you ?ilvcrtloe In THE TIMES-DISPATCH ONE DAY TO SHOP You *rlll help the ntrrvhnnt* ? nJ net better service If ;uu SHOP KAItLY TO-DAY. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 04th YEAR NUMBER 19,939. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES YVKATM :! TO-DAY FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS. YOUNG GIRL LEAPS j TENSTOR1ESTO INSTANT DEATH1 Miss Elizabeth Smith Jumps From Upper Window in Mutual Building. DESPONDENCY ASSIGNED AS REASON FOR SUICIDE Came Here From Durham, N. C., I and Was Variously Employed as Stenographer. ltOAKDKD ON SOl'TIl FIFTH Iht mediate Acquaintances in Kich inonri I'nahlo to Account for Hash DclmI. Miss Klizaheth Smith, t wen ty-1 wo years old* of 1T. South Fifth Street, leaped from a window on the tenth floor of lli> .Mutual Uuilding at 3:80 o'clock yesterday afternoon, ami wax instantly killed when Mm struck tin concrete and glass skylights hi the partially-inclosed court on the western tdde of...

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