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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

From All Sides Official Reports Continue to Show Heavy Casualties ] casionally dropping bombs. Bruges ar.d! Brussels have been visited bv aviators' from the ranks of the allies, while Jv.thune and other towns in Northern 1- ran re have received attention from I the German airmen. Al.MKS Mi:nr OXK CIIKCK IV t>\\VAiti) !?uo<;iiRss [Special to T he TinU'S-Dispatcli,] I'A it Is, i V'ceinbcr 23.?The action be twee, the armies . cents to have been tt ansfe: r>-<i to th>' end of the line away from !?landers. In t)i<: latter locality there is every Indication that both troops .ire profiting from heavy fog's and oilier unfavorable meteorogical condition!; to obtain .1 much-needed rest. afti-r ti?;htin;T themselves almost into a Mate or' , xhaustlon. lirt Weill tli.' Mens and till' A rponn? forest, how. vi r, the French have had almost universal success, meeting with only one 1 hi-ck to their onward pro J- ri - 1 lie district wli. ilie Germans! appear t have clucked the Fren...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

'jUUU,l TO CAUSE OF EDUCmiOII Southern States Hank Third In Dona tions From General Kduca Hon Board. VIRGINIA KKCK1VK8 $4110,000 Fourth Installment of Report Made i ui>iir ? South Gets $?,05a,02o Outright and Subscriptions to Sun. plemental Sum of 80,147,15a. orn 'ssV . YOIlK- December 23.?South StatA h* i'n,'k 1,1,1 c1, wh,lfl we?tcrn above il.o r . . favored slightly tfrouo h, Kut8,ter" 'J'"1 Middle Atlantic Hoar H LJ (> Kduontlon "nifiH dor^rtlon of $10,582 891 tn ti... zr7? ?,' ri:'"..v; ' Installment of the board's re wort. made oublk- to-day. forth ')',T0r" Slu,CM- l??e report hoih 13 OfiT 7hi i *8 I'*'0-" ?'ven outright a"<1 O'artlnl contribution*, the siihniIt*te<i?l?-?f uhUh "ol *tnted. HS.10B.74i. i a 8U0?l?lemenlal .sum ??f State. 'n.V'"" :t'"' Middle Atlantic 13is-!? .r"'" KiVCa bright xv.-,3 wliI'-h" ?i.V . supplemental Hum to i ? r' ??l?Herlbe?J an amount er? S ?,? UmJ- "ilS South Z r?c4.,ved outright. ?a.0r,2.0T,? bo'iril 11 *um lo the J 47^ 152 '"I bu ted...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

" " ?T | SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD H SPORTS WHITER JOHNSON RETURNS $6,000 RECEDED IIS BONUS "As Far hs I Am Concerned the Inci dent Is X(i\v Closed," Says tlie Washington Pitcher. WILL REPORT TO GRIFFITH ! New Park of Xeu- York Americans i Will lie Patterned After the One 1 at Chicago?Phil Powers, Old Hall \ Player, Passes Away. t'OFFEYY1LLE. KAN.. December 23.' ?With money ol?tftIu?*?l from the sale' of a herd of steers, Walter Johnson. | the Washington American star pitcher, j to-day mailed a draft reimbursing Charles Weghman, president of the J Chicago Federals, for the bonus given Johnson when he signed a Federal con tract . Tin draft was for 16,000. "As far as I am concerned, the inci dent, which has proven an unpleasant ' one to me at least, is now closed,"* | Johnsuii said. "There is nothing more I can do. I i shall report to the Washington club, when the spring training season opens.} If any complications arise they will j have to be fought out betw...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

j I SOUTH RICHMOND SOUTHS! STATION IS PRACTICALLY COMPLETE Commodious Southern Hallway Ter to Ho Opened to Public , Next Mouth. HAI IjHOAU SPKNDINU OOO School Children Asscmhle <*ifts for Poor at Powhatan School, to He Distributed Under Direction of Associated Charities. Kxcept for tl'.o finishing touches and the Interior decorations, work on the neW South Richmond station of the Southern Hallway has been practically completed. It 1h expected that the depot will be opened to the public next month The building Is construct ed of brick, with commodious waiting rooms and ample . facilities for han dling freight. Together with the new station. Im provements arc being made by the Southern on the Southslde to the ex tent of $350,000. An addition wan started recently to the shops at the foot of Seventh Street, which will give employment to a Ihrger number of men. Announcement was made yes terday that the arch over the tracks at the south end of the Free Bridge 1b expected to he complete...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

Mmoriii Cime^fltepalrl) THE TIMES, Founded 18SS TUB DISPATCH. Founded 1850 Published every day In the year by The Ttmea DHpatrh l*ubllihinr Company, Inc. Addreaa all roBimonlratton* to THE TIMES-I>ISPATCH, Ttmea-Dlapatch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publico (Ion Ofllfe 10 South Tenth Street South lllrhmond 1020 Hull Street I'etcmliurK 100 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg. .218 Eighth Street HASIlltOOK, STOIIY a BROOKS. INC.. Special AdvcrtUIng Repreaentntlvea. New York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life Building Chicago People's Una Building SUBSCRIPTION nATES BY MAIL One SI* Threa On? POSTAGE PA IB Year. Moi. Moa. Mo. Dally anil Sunday... .$6.00 $3.00 $1.50 $ .RS Dally only... 4.00 2.00 l.OO .88 Sunday ouly 2.00 1 00 .80 .25 By Tlmea-Dlapatch Cnrrler Drllvcry Service In fUchmond (and nuburtm) and Pctcralinrgi Dally with Sundny, one week 15 cent* Dally without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday ouly 5 centa Entered January 27, 100H, at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

Household Interests :xz> SOCIETY Personal Notes OCIETY OUT IN FORGE AT BACHELORS' CLUB DANCE ioiree Dansante," Instead of Usual German, Attracts Brilliant Gath ering of Younger Set. / .?i VGAGEMUNT OF PROMINENCE ilin Minor, of "Gale Hill," An- | nounces Approaching Marriage of His Daughter, Margaret Lee, to ?!. Ambler Caskie. This initiul dance of the Haehelors' itllllon Club took place laat evening the ballroom of tin; Jefferson Hotel, was a "uolree dansant." Instead of the tual gcrman, anil twenty-four tables ere arranged about tho sides of the ill and decorated in baskets of ?lnsettlas. Supper wbh served at 11 -lock. PalmB and bay trees ranked e Htage, where an orchestra played roughout the evening, and bay trees eorated tho entrances and window cesses. Many pretty costumes were orn by the girls In attendance, and e favors were novel affairs of con ittl, cotton balls, caps and tiny red rlHS Krlngles. The chaperones Included Mrs. Earton axull AViso, In lavender ami gold ocade, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

BARTENDER HEARD MAN SEND DECOY MESSAGE Hank ltolibrrs Sai?l to Hhvo Hold I'requeni McetiiiKs in Main Street Saloon. BAK TKl.KIMIONK WAS l/SKI> After Hobbery, Mon Took Train for Newport News ? Cullman Porter Saw One Display lliifje Holl of Kills. Details of the 12.000 ro1>ber.v at the Central National Hani;, which was ef fected Tues<l.i\ I?>? a K'*!>K of profes sional bank robbers. were yesterday complete'! viii'ii The Times-1 Mspatch learned the location from whleh the deeo> telephonc call was sent, the time the eall was made and the iiie:tns by which the thjef succeeded In reuniting Main Street Station At the station he onuKlit a train for Newport News, and is supposed to have left it there and taken a boat for New York or Moston The list of events is continuous, and. according to persons related to each ot them, is (lawless with regard to time. There seems to be no doubt that the robbery was planned to the most minute detail. Two e>f the supposed robbers were ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

1 torlty of Those AVho Could Give Is Mainstay of Associated Charities. IRCHANTS 8HND CLOTHING | IhoritlcH I.et Down Bars and Rup- | >1)' Food and Hutment to All Des- j Ituto AppllcaniH?Colored Heltef i >C|>ot Ih Opened. Contributions for Associated Charities , i. 11 r? oo lady 2IIO rrum (ollt'cllon I 75 /? M. Warahnm I I OO . li. H J OO SMh !i!( r?. It. II. Wright 5 OO Total ? 10 OO rrvloiml.T acknowledged. . . . BRO 17 Total rrcflvnl WOO 17 t'ontrlbutlona for relief of the uH nploftd of Itlchmond uiny br Hfiit ? The Times-Din patch. They will .* promptly nrUnowlrdHfJ, nnd \tIII e eipended In relief of worthy In Ivldualn, without publicity, hut Ith flout supervision. mpressed by the need which tlio toclated Charities lias shown to At among the unemployed, charlia Indlviduais sent parcels of shoes, thing am) underwear yesterday to ? association. an<K the wants of nu rous families were filled. Hired gons left the central building at crvalh all through the day, earry r clot...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

ltd "BEIT CHRISTMAS FOR MARKET THIS YEAR l'rires Arc Slumping I'mler Foreign Selling, ami W'hII Street Is Sad. IK.TliKS AUK DHIVKN DOWN Sheaves of Storks Brought Over on l.usltanln l.iirgely Responsible for I'rOsli Hurst of l.iqtthlntIon?Steel Common Sent to New Street tJutter 1?V HUO.VP.XN WAl.l.. Ni;\ v YORK. PoiTmlier 23. War !ias taken r iho "nioTry" from rhrlstmn>. aiul the iaula brought of stocks Ui.it aroxfl pti.es to official minimum* mid ousted Stcfl ? ommou from the floor of the exchange to tin- Now York putt'' The trading on tin- '"M'trinKi- was in in > iease.l voIuiup. but neither the exont of th** offerings jut the decline In prices encour ,i ^ Ail buvtng or developed support. Stee ! ?t..rk? wore hea\> I tilted States Steel oinmon fell front the opening price of ?!< to i'.. minimum price of i* where shares v> ,.r,. i.dere ". when the exchange closed. No miI.1 take place below till* figure on tl.e floor. l'Ut the Stork changed hands out sail* at ?T\ Kethie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

fiinom) CimeSjBfcpald) f 1 XTY-FOURTH VtiAn. 1ITTEDLY the best medium in the south for class ified ADVERTISING. CLEPIIONK YOU It WANTS TO THE TIMKB-BISPaTCH OOLPH 1 1 Kit KMOI.PII WANT AD. HATES. one cent u word when paid In nd ??. No Hd. taken for ic?n thftn 10 cents. i*V\2n? an<* one-half cents a word for laeuiriad ads. except Situations Wanted ne tent a word. No ud. taken tor lens 15- canta. OS. taken for leas than 25 cento when b'-il or phoned In. Phonod orders not lr J. jf KUurunteod LOST \XD FOUND pocket check hook on Virginia J-'onal Hank. Reward, SI, it ro ll^. .V0-!' ,SM? Virginia Railway I'ower Building. black and white pointer, female, ?swers to the name "Doinino." Jul reward if returned to L<aru? & Iter, Inc., or Twenty-first and Main large diamond ring. <100 re |rd and no <iuestlons asked. Re |to H. H. Hartsell. t>os jgast Broad. between 1524 Park Avenue and ? . .. lar?e round Irish (<?;t collar. Largo reward if r. - rd to Mrs. II. ('. Riley. 9)0 W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 December 1914

FOOD PROBLEMS Air cntrriuiningty ducu???d on Saturday* t?y Martha Wdtovw in THE TIMES-DISPATCH fttdimond Cirae^-fli^natclj RICHMOND. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914. FASHIONS IN DRES Arc charmingly illustrate* daily on the householc page of TO-DA Y?-Right Up to the Very Last Moment? There Will Be Gifts Here for Everybody ASSORTMENTS ARE STILL PLENTIFUL, and our ser vice, as usual, will prove so helpful, that not even the "eleventh hour" Xmas Shopper will feel disap pointed. Just as shopping is best?HERE? at all seasons of the year, so also is it best NOW?at the very climax of the Christmas buying. Despite the rush of the last few weeks, the store's business still moves with characteristic smoothness and without confusion. Wherever possible, stocks have been replenished to their normal completeness; also, where there are broken assortments or quantities that are too plentiful, MANY PRICES HAVE BEEN REDUCED! With a large and competent sales force to serve you, the usual "hurry" and "crush...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

(Htli YEAR NUMBER 19,940. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES "TV,RAIN PRICE 2 CENTS. BANK DIVIDENDS ARE LARGEST IN CITY'S HISTORY Checks to Be Mailed by Lo cal Financial Institutions Aggregate $301,767.50. INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR AMOUNTS TO $5,490 Record Is Phenomenal, in View of War and Disjointed Busi ness Conditions. SAY TIM KS A KK IMPHOVING Leading Hank Men Kxpresn View That <'ontlitions Are He coii)li|(r Normal. In a hard-limes year, with war in IJurope. cotton >? ta^natIiik i>> tin-South, trade condition* disjointed, a new cur ji'iicy nystini l>"in^ installed arid pes simistic customers drawing in their horns In what President Wilson has aptly d- scribed as a "psychological panic," Richmond's hanking houses manured to I'lim and pay tin; larucst dividends in tin: city's history. Divi dend checks will be mailed early in January from the various financial in dilutions of this city aKKregatluK SSf'l ;'?0, an increase over the total amount of div...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

Battle in East One of Fiercest in World's History tho Associated Press on the eastern I front that ho considered It "tho turn- 1 Ing point of tlie <,ampalgn." All tho Krinlos aro planning to spend j Christmas n? host they may. Boxes j and greetings' from homo are being dls- ! tribute.) In tho tronchos. nt tho hospl- ; tnls and tn tho camps, hundreds of thousands of post cards to tho soldiers J and sailors from King George and Queen Mary being one feature of tho British gifts. i Austrian attempts to crush Sorvla aro soon to he renewed in the form of a ' "final blow." according to Budapest 1 dispatches. ATTACKS i:\SII.Y ItniM I.SKIl, is \i:itsio\ of t.i:ii>i.v\s BKRL1N (via London), December 24. ?The oilicial cotninunlcation issued to day by tho Gorman general headquar ters staff says: "Till1 enemy <11<1 not renew his at tacks in tho neighborhood of Nleuport yesterday. At lUxschooto we took 230 prisoners on December 22. "The enemy was again active yester day tn tho neighbo...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

PARCEL POST KB ' . WILL NOT GET HOLIDAY All Incoming Packages Will Bo De livered To-Day If Within Human Power. BUSINESS IS UNPRECEDENTED Twenty-Five Wagons Used In Carry ing Christmas Cilfts to People ot Richmond?Monthly Deficit Wiped Out Completely. lOssaylng the role of f^anta Claus, the parcel post carriers will work all ?lay endeavoring to deliver tlic belated Christmas gifts which reached here last night, or will come In on the morn - Ins trains. The other carriers, how ever, will not make their rounds, but mall will be delivered on call between the hours of 5 and 11 o'clock this morning. Yesterday saw the backbone of tho outgoing mail break, but the Incoming malls were beyond anything ever scon In lliis city. laterally there wore moun tains of parcels stacked in the parcel post temporary quarters on Cary Street waiting for distribution and delivery. The main floor of the three Hours used for sorting the parcels was covered with pieces of mall of various sizes, and the large fo...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

. ? ' ,-31 [SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHI FTIC WORLD- ? SPORTS] 'DOG' JOHNSTON NOT TO DEII MP NEXT SEASON Flrst-Sacker Mnkes It Plain He Will Never Again Play for Manager' Joe IllrmLnghaiu. FEATURED EVERY POSITION Causing a Hatting Slump?Boston and St. Louis Make Overtures for the Services of the Star?Baseball Sparklets. "Doc Johnston will not be a Nap , next season"?this Is tlu> remark which was credited to Joe Birmingham In Clevelnmi last week, when he was drawn Into discussion of the outlook for 1015. The statement was shown to the physician. "Birmingham means that as a threat," was Johnston's first comment, "but I nni taking It as a promise. 1 only hope that he Is telling the truth." All of which is an emphatic assertion that Doc is no mere anxious to perform in . Napvllle next year than is Birming ham to have him do so.. Johnston does not want to play In Cleveland next season and did not want to during 1H14. The lad. who tlrst rose to fame after ?'holly Frank too...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND I INDEFINITELY POSTPONED Vindltion of Road to Maury Ceme tery Prevents Contemplated Parade. BASKETS FOR POOR FAMILIES f'harUahle Women Provide Well Filled Stockings for Children in Ilotliany Home?Car Hits IlUKKV at Fifteenth and Perry Streets. Thomas Q. Smoak. chairman of the Iommlttoe on arrangements. an-1 louncod yesterday that owing to the | nclemcnt weather, the momorial scr- j 'Ices, which wero to have been licltl j Sunday, by Maple Camp Woodmen of | he World, at the unveiling of a shaft j srected In honor of Guy II. Cook, have J iecn Indefinitely postponed. It is > ilanned to have a big parade in which ] ill the orders would participate, which | voulil be almost impossible on account j ?f the conditions of the road to Maury Jenletery. The monument is of a aim-' >le, yet Impressive design, and stands dx toet high. i IliiNkrln for i'oitr. Members of the Fellowship Class of Antral Methodist Church were busy y'esterday distributing baskets tilled vlth provisio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

Srfrmoriii iime?-iBtepatcIj rBB TIMES, Founded 1885 niB dispatch. Poaidtd 1850 Pnbllahrd every day la tkc year by The Ttmni Dlnpatch Publtahlng Company, Inc. Addreaa all communication* to this TIMKS-1)ISPATCH, Tlue?-Olipiitch BstUlnti 10 Sonth Tenth Street, lllchmoad* Va. fBLEPHONB, RANDOLPH X Publication Ofllce 10 South Tenth Street tooth Richmond 1020 Hall Street Peteraburg 100 North Sycamore Street Lynch burs 318 Eighth Street HASDROOK, STORY A BROOKS, INC., Special Advertising Jtcprcaentntlvra. fVcw York r.200 Fifth Avennc Philadelphia,, . Mntonl Life Building Chicago I'cople'a Gai Dulldlng subscription rates BY mail One Six Three One POSTAGE paid Year. Moa. Hoi. Mo. Dally and Sunday... .96.00 |3.00 91.90 9 .ES Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .30 Sunday only 9.00 1.00 .BO .20 By Tlmca-Dlspateh Carrier Delivery Service In [llchmonil (and auburba) and Peteraburgi Dally with Sunday, one meek. IS centa Dnily without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday only 5 centa Entered January 27, 1005, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

Household O ? 1 * v I A J Personal :x> SOCIETY Interests kJ V/ Vy 1 Lj X X Notes 3HRISTNIAS FESTIVAL ' ' GENERALLY OBSERVED H)ptn Klounr nnd flinall KnmJly Partle* ? Are >otrd lu All Section* I of thr City. ? Christmas Day Is a festival of tho Hioino and society will celebrate tho oe B&sion In a fitting and most Informal ?nanncr Numerous Interesting, but ^ntnall functions are to be given, and Hatnlly dinners and eKgnog parties will B,0 tho order of the day. Christmas trees lor tho younger members of tho family | In the afternoon will bo given In many | H>f the lilg fashionable residences of Vhe West End. and several "at-homes" Hunt Informal dances will bo held in the HivenlnKfl. ? Tho clubs will be thronged with gny H'oinpanles of guests all day, and all of ? ha luncheons and dinners given will H.o most informal and congenial. ?Dinner Party for MIm Keejl. ? Invltutions are out for tho dinner Hhat Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O. Lt'.:ui aro Hflving on Januury 2, In honor of Miss H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

CHRISTMAS CUtEII FOR DESTITUTE FAMILIES Charitable Organizations Determined to Provide for All Who Are in Noed. MANY APPLICANTS IIKLPK1) No Deserving Portion Allowed to Leave Associated Charities Knipt.v Ilandcd?ontccrs in Charge Were Hushed All Day Yesterday. Contributions for Associated Charities rnsli I 00 I*. It. t nrltnn !? 00 I null I 00 Mr*. mid MI<i<i II. II. Tliylor. . 'J 01) Ml?? A. r. Kllett IO oo Itoeolved ;r?lcrilit) Ml 00 PrrtioiiNl) m'kiKm loilfinl. . ."?(((? 17 TotIII J.'iSS I" Contribution* fur ri'Hcf of the mi it ? employed of It it'lliiioiiiI mil)' III' sent to 'l'lit> Timc*-I>l??piiteli. They will lie promptly ni'kiii)\vlpdi;ril, nnd will he expended in relief of worthy ln tll\UliinlN. without publicity. hut wltli close supervision. If there are homes in Richmond to- | iiay where actual want and destitution j prevent Christmas eheor. charitable in- ! stitutions know nothing of such cases. ! Kvery ono of the numerous calls for < help at the Associat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

Friendly Spirit of Old Time Christmas Is Felt All Over Virginia I IRISTNIRS SEASON AS SEEN ON THE HI my Plantations Keep Up Celebra tion In Spirit of Old Dominion. ^ KSTIVK TIME IN COUNTRY fawn" lCillln?H, Christmas Hunts | and Virginia lteel Bring Buck the j Old Days?Negroes Share Pleas ures of White Employers. IIY J. m. nioi,ii. [In Virginia, and especially In that |>rtlon known as the Tidewater nec |>n, many of the old Christmas cus ma still prevail. This Is a section (here large plantations, many of them [Btorlc, arc the rule. The brick man Ions arc fine examples of Colonial chltecture, and negro labor is still |nplnyed. On many farms the negroes the dusky descendants of former lives. rLajt us suppose It Is the middle of locember, only two weeks from Chrlst lat, and the feelings of thai beautiful [ason of mirth and family reunions lotto at hand. Ono of the very llrst of the many reparations will be the killing of the t hogs which, taken off grass some j.ree weeks before, a...

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