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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

FRENCH PRESS FORWARD IN GERMAN TERRITORY In Drive Against Upper Illiinc Fortifications (Jet Within Fight Miles of Muelhausen. NOW HOLD IMPORTANT POINTS Desperate Attempts of lvaiscr's Forees to Halt Franco-Helgian Armies Again Prove Unavailing?Heavy Fog Makes Operations Difficult. (Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.J I'AllIS. December 26.?The French forces have pressed forward In German territory to within eight miles of Muelhausen, In their drive against the ill per II11ino fortilleations I'onslilered In connection with the c.nofliclal, l>?it ninply authenticated st a t <ni en t, that the French gunners have battered a path up to the outer works of the .Met/, forts to the north-; w.st ot I'ont-a-M otisson, which forts they are now reported to be shelling, this is the most significant of the fragmentary announcement* made by the French War Ollico to-day. The section of the olllclal communique reporting the developments in the upper Alsace area, says that on C...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

[resident of Audubon Society Talks Interestingly of Situation in Virginia. Lands should be posted lard for Quail to Llvo Under Present Conditions?Many Hunters Fall to See Why Society Is Urging Tliat AH Uunds in State He Posted. Virginia needB a State Game Com - I lilsalon vested with authority to en- i prc6 KBino protoctlvo lnws now on the latute books, and to boo that such leg- i Llatlon 1b made n? effective In Virginia Is In other States, according to M. D. ^ (art, president of the Audubon Society j |f Virginia. j ;""Twenty-flve or thirty yearp ago," j ltd Mr. Hart tust night, "you could; tart twenty to thirty covles of quail In J day's hunt; this year If you averaged lix covles a day In a week's hunt you /ould ba lucky. In the good old days ! Ine dog would bo all you would need, , |ow 'you need three or four. Then, If covoy flew In a swamp or thicket lou seldom followed them, now all the ? hooting you arc apt to get will be , .?hero the cover Is thickest. I "Then, the &lt...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

ASSOCIATED CH1TIES TAKES UP BUROEN AGAIN Notwithstanding Christmas Liberality, Unemployed Must lie Fed and Warmed. (tKEAT XKKI) FOR CLOTHING Snowstorm Adds to Sufferings of ! I'oor, mid Many Loads of Fuel Are Distributed?Work Will do On All Winter. Contributions for Associated Charities Mr. nnil >tr.??. .1. C. lltnilrlPks Hen. K. Ilarrlann ( n?l> Mnrv II, \ccvlllc I'nnh Cnnh Hreelved .Tfntfrilnr $ 1-1 W> I'rfvlouslv iit'knoMlrdRril .... 5S,' 17 Totnl received 95IW 82 ?t Oil I on ft no ft no t Oft I oo Though Christmas 1 ?ay lias come and gone, ami the ever-recurrent tide of joy fulness is on (he ebb again. there Is still need of the largesse with which i Hichniond people met the urgent situation which had fallen upon hundreds of unemployed. In all verity it will be Christmas fur a long: time to come with the Associated Charities. The people who were cared for on Kridny and yesterday will need to be cared for again to-day and to-morrow and the next da...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

PART TWO SPORTS SPORTS PART TWO G4th YEAR RICHMOND. VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS One of the Biggest Wars in the National Game Starts. SURPRISE FOLLOWS SURPRISE Unexpected Developments at Many Stages?Braves Make Spectacular Climb. N'KW YORK. December 26.?-When baseball fans of the dim and distant future get together to reminisce, they will i)e unanimous in agreeing' that 1914 was one of the most eventful years In the history of the name. All along the way. from the very first day of the year to the present time, the unusual has been the order of things. As Father Time ushered in 1914, the '?iants and White Sox were abroad on the greatest world tour of ball players over I.Mown. Also the Federal i.eague was Just rorplng Into being as an organization worthy of attention. It brought Clonic with it one of the three biggest baseball wars. The only "ones to coriipard with it were Waged by the Brotherhood in 1 SCO. and by the American League in 130') and succeeding years. ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

SPIDERS HAVE STRONG BASKETBALL SQUAD Star Players of Lust Year's Team to : Again Play on Richmond Coliego Quint?Hard Schedule. PRACTICE AT THOMAS ART HALL j Faculty Grant* Permission to Shane- i Up in Old DuiidiOK?Manager ? Jones Hunting fur Hull to Stage i Championship Games. Whon the Richmond College students return from their vacation all thoughts will * be centred upon the outlook in ? basketball. This sport was inutlgu- , rKted at the local college af> a regular varsity branch of athletics lanl season, and Under the tutelage of Coach liob- , son the Spider team won the league championship In a decisive manner, sufterlng only one defeat. The outlook this season Is much brighter. The college authorities will allow the team ana squad to uae the jloor of the old "Thomas Art Hull," which is? 011 the second floor of the old Richmond College Library Building. This is an excellent hall. It has a fine floor, with a high celling itud plenty of light. J. J. Wicker, Jr., who was...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

SNOW WHITE" FEATURES WEEK AT THEATRES ?*5/iovv ana. tae jpvyzw/ rrn o> ACADEMY Or^IllfllC. Thunder?Vlddlnh Plar*r? ta "Her Friday, lAstl n rr and night?AI. II. %'ilfcoa lu "Whfn Old New York Wu )Utch." BIJOU TIIBATHB. All the w*fk, wl t h matinee ftrry ?y ncrpt Monday?Grace Scott Company In "Snow 'White and th* Sevru Warfla." LYRIC TIIEATHK. All (ke wftU, nllh dally matlnrr* Popular vaadrTlIlt. STRAND THKATIIK. All th? nrfk, continuous perforwnem from 12 o'clock tintil II o'clock Bl(hl?I'taturr motion picture*., OWINQ to the policy of Impenetrable Hence Inaugurated and maintained at he office of the Academy of Music, It s Impossible to Buy Just what will bo een at that theatre this week. There a, however, every reason to believe hot a Yiddish company will appear here Thursday night, and that Al. H. HVIlson will be seen and heard there on ^rlday, afternoon and nlpht, In "When )ld New York Was Dutch." As to the Lucille La Verne Company nd Its Immediate or remote prospects, ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

building on election night, with tli'.< | tlectlon returns being given to th? public. Another big feature of tho show for tho first half t f the week is "Prince j Charles," "tho money transformed by! scientific culture Into a man." This : I strange creature is said to be more j Intelligent than any of the acting slm- J inns now before the public. On the same bill is Nonctte. tho singing vln-} linlst, of whose performance much may j be expected. Walter VVcems, a black- j face comedian, will offer his one-man I minstrel show, and Juhn and Bertha ? Oleeson will contribute a potpourri of j dances, featuring Bertha Gleeson "champion lady dancer of America." j What Is heralded as "the biggest ! musical and singing act on tho vaude- j Mil? stage" Is announced as a feature) for the second half of the week. It j is B. A. llolfe's "Colonial Days," In j which eleven singers, dancers and j ? ?omady players appear. Tho act is j elaborately stagod. The costumes are | said to be beautif...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

Second News Section Industrial Activities of Iticlunond and tho South JUchmonft OTune^-fK^pHtdi Second News Section Editorial, Heal Kstate and Want Ad rages PART THREE 64th YEAR PRK E FIV K Famous Old Estates Taken Over by Military in Building Up "New Army." BATTERY "PARKS" IN SILENCE Londoners at Home in Their Seats and Saddles?Golf Courses Held Sacred. ?iv i?ri>vAiti> kii'i.im;. iCopyright, 1914. by ilud.vard Kipling. All UiKlitM Reserved.) LONDON, December is.?One had loiown the place for years as a pic* turesque ol>l lnni.se standing in a p'-ac'1-ful park; had watched the growth ??r certain young oaks along a new-laid avenue, and applauded the owner? enterprise in turning a stretch of pasture to plow. There are scores of such estates In Kngland which the motorist, through passing so often, comes t c? look upon almost as his own. In a siiml- day the bra<kened turf (between the paks and the iron road fence blossomed Into tents, and the' ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

miSING AT HOME; ?GET HELP OF NEIGHBORS < ?v . Southern and Virginia .Manufacturers Some Interesting Lessons l*? He Learned. A TKKATISK O.N IH'HLICITY Vjeijis <?( a Noted Journal That Has Noi Ax to (irind in Matter?Hints and Suggestions to Manufacturers, j ?Some Letters Studied. At study of niit 11 v letters that h?vo ! been published in three or four recent iWWes1" of 'the Manufacturers' Record Av to what is being done 1 ? y the manufacturers of the .^outh through local exhibits and by advertising in the local and State papers to make known t?> local consumers the character and nature of tluir products will show that . y'mch remains to be done along these . Hues. Says the Record: 'At sonic points Qiere arc very good exhibits of local products, at some the manufacturers of the community Arc advertising to a degree In the local and State paper, but it seems to us that much more of t^its kind of business should be done." ' ? The Record then gives two ca...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

>nly 24,000 Shares Arc Turned Over in Two Hours' Session of Stock Exchanne. LTTENDANCK MKHK II AN DFUIj 1 Vail Street Has Its Kyes to the Front and Expects ll>15 to l'rove (Jootl Year?Many Indications That j Worst of Storm In Over. I BY BKOAIIAX WAI.I.. NBW YOKK. December 26.?To-day's two [ ours' nessloii In the stock market broke | II previous records for Hmallnesx of trailing y a turnover of only 'il.W> share* Comtlsalon linunvH were without clients, anil mny broker-* fill toil even to appear at their ftlces. The attendance on the floor was but mere handful. The Stock Kxchange has been open for ] railing for Just two weeks, and In a few ays the long period of Idleness and the amplications that strangled business will <s referred to as the events of IiihI year, lullness durliiK the next week Is t<> be exected. but Wall Htreot ever has "eyes to lie front," and the promises of Illumine he horizon No tariff tinkering th...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

fJirfimoml Cimi$-fK?patcI) j MIE TIME*, Founded IBM TUB DISPATCH. Founded 1830 , Published frpry day In the year hf TJir Times. Dispatch Publishing f'ompnn}. Inc. Address all communications to THK TIM ES-II ISP ATCH. Tlmea-DIapatch Un'ldlnti 10 South Tenth Street, tllckmad, Vt, *BLKHIl(?R, RANDOI.PH 1 Pahllcatlon Oilier 10 South Tenth Street Itnlh Richmond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg 100 .North Sycamore Street l<pckbar( 2IN Kljjhth Street - It A SDROOK, STOHV A BROOK!). INC.. Special Advertising Itepresen tatl ves. S>w York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life lliilldlnff I Chicago .People'a Gnn Uulldloc St"DSCHIPTION RATES BY MAII. One Six Three One t POSTA '? E PAID Year. Mow. Moa. Mo. j Dally and Sunday....90 00 S.I.OO ft. TO 9 .33 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1 OO ,8S Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .BO .i!5 1 | Br TImes-Dlspntch farrier Delivery Service la i Richmond (nod suburbs) nnd I'etrriiliorgi Dally with Sunday, one *reek 15 cent* Dally without Sunday, one week 1...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

[ THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES ?The Reign of Peace Sermon by KKV. KI.UYI* W. 'I'OM KINS. Text: InalHh XI. I -10. It seems very far away, this reign, of peace, docs it not? And yet (Soil's! words are "Yea and Amen" ami can never pass away. Upon Ills promises: we can rely, and upon them only. All; human promises are subject to human error or Inability to perform, I Ait about the promises of Hod we can be sure, for He is faithful and able. No we can take it as a certainty that In God's J good time this reign of pcace will come, i 10veil In the midst of this world con- I Hid which now saddens us we can see; light. In the first place, those who ar>-, lighting do not wish to fight. They all claim that for them It 1m a war of defense, and that is a great advance upon llie old boldness which did not hesitate lo proclaim wars of extermination or of spoliation. However, we nWiy Judge concerning these declarations of the nations, it is certainly a great move forward when they ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

DeeiK Hwnrilrtl DiiHiik Week AisKro m?U? SHHI.HS5, Notwithstanding Holidays. Al? K NTS AKt: M??ST ('II I'.KKl'l 1' Improvement ?i?> I- Making in Many Directions Will Have 1 licit on Hoaltj ValiH's ami on I*iiiiiik! for in Vicinity. Sill* - OI tl - local durini: tli> 11 1"' w tills >"? "f 1 111. a> - ??!- 111; ? a decided Improver | I ?. \ ? ' . A ? volUIIM Willi t !> ' Th' w ? at' er ? i' In I'll . -Iv- rse I" ort\ to i'r?-l ? ?? ti\* with th. ' ? ? a ).. I ? ,?! sh>-W !? '? ? The n rentest ilen past has been for the Bales marto if main in the an tun off tin market l?> 1 to liv< .'! I*: ? I"" ? t> 1! Until to- inort ow l .-i ristiii -- 1 v.-ar. ? ? ? 11 : 'li' Liu th? ir t-iMl'loj ,t tli< > ? 1 ;;l' we*. i n . ' ? r ' ] onl; i n *- ov ,? r i: . i .. ,i estate market . ,k wiii tair for .. . . i The verdict llUSlncSS W ill *1tOtt' ? t :i ft el* I he I??"f1 will i no...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

? I ' ADMITTEDLY TMI5 HEST MRDH'M IN ''THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIKIED AJ>VERT1SINQ. VKia:i*HONIO YOU It W A NTS Tf? j THE TlMliS- DISPATCH RAN'DOLIMI 1 1 IliJ Nnor.PI! | WANT A I). HATES. OAIT.V, rne cent 11 word when pnld In i\<l- ; vance. No nd. takcn^for lean than l'J cents. BUN1IAY, one ami uno-kaK contn a word for all ? luKallW'd iidi e.xcupt Situation* Wanted at one tent a woril No ud.'tahvti for I?m.? tlluti 2u cents. NO AI>S. tttken for Ipjh than 25 cents when charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not , (uaruntcoil. Clawlficatlbim not gu.irunteed i>{t?*r ;?:30 1*. M. LOSV * NO Kor.VM tOUND, Scotch collie doK (female), with near on bit hinil leg. Uwihican recover don by establishing ownership and payilm lor tliin notice. 15. 10. Ii'lancy, a7H drove Avenue. STItAYUb or stob n from near New .Market, Sixth and .Marshall. heavv set gray horse hitched to co/ercd. larin. wagon. Reward for any infori'"?iioit leading tcj his recovery. A. J. "Wricht...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

MAll. (>K1)KU XMAS jrsT koii Tin: holidays. ONl? gallon demijohn of ol<l-(imo Virginia Moil main Fulchor Whiskey, seven years old. for $1.00, u charming Xmns present. What the Governor of Virginia smlil to the Governor of North Carolina It's great. George Mol>. Jllake ?<? Co.. No. oo Hroad Street. 1'hone Randolph 512-013. N.MAS. T1IK Jij'lno s-ii.l t.> the major: "Old Kentucky llourhon." .l<ist for the holHavs. We ??fT?? r uii?' gallon detnlJohn Old Kentucky llourhon. same as tli? ? judge nnd major drinks, for $3. Keini'one t<> ? >i'ii friend in the country. George Mi ll. I'lake ?<? Co.. No. 0t? Hroad Street. I'hotie Randolph M2-5I3. llt'NTlNi; ?;<?>r?s. SICK our Ifne of h inline goods. Also cities and nuns 101 ha Hardware Co.. 422 West Hroad Street ?lv. ? F< >H SI flashlights :tt Vanulian's, opposite Cohen Ueil Front. FOR S2 C"i b...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS MARRIAGE IN WEST POINT ANNOUNCED FOR TUESDAY Wed(11 iik <>f Stanley Sturtz and .Miss ?Julia Dorlcli Will He Celebrated in St. Therese Chape). SOCIETY ACT1VK IX HOLIDAYS I Many YounK People Come Home fori Christmas, and There Has Heen j Much KntertainiiiK?I'ierian Literary Society Electk Officers. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] WEST POINT, VA, December 26.? The marriage of Stanley Hturtz and Julia Dorlch, two younu people of West Point, Is announced for December 2!). Mr. Sturtz came from New York several years ago, and is now t one of West Point's most successful . real estate agents. The prospective ' bride came here In the last few years J with her parents from Wisconsin. They ; will be married In St. Therese Chapel ? at hi?rh noon by Puttier McKeefry, of Itlchmond. The briile will be costumed ' In filmy white, with a veil ami garni- ; lure of tiny white rosebuds. They , will not take a tri...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES GENERALLY OBSEFVEB Hound of Hospitalities in Fashion of Former Days Greatly Knjoyed. "'MAXV AFFAIRS FOR THIS WBEK From Christmas to New Year There Is Scheduled a Constant Hound of Formal and Informal Heeeptlons, Dances and Teas. The leading social event for the world of sinnrt society last week was the celebration of Christmas, and the interest fur the coming one centres about New Year's Oay nr.d tin* functions that will he incident to that holiday. Richmond people celebrate the Yuletide season in much the same fashion of other generations. A round of eggnog parties and open-house hospitalities take place In blsr and delightful homes, and congenial friends gather about interesting dinner tables throughout the city. The Virginia gentleman, who tipures so largely in song and story of a romantic day, is pictured most happily as dispensing eggnog or apple brandy from a hollvwreathed Tom and Jerry bowl of an ancient day, and In many homes the custom is still continued...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

Broad at Second All Garments New-? This Season's Styles Sale Beginning Monday December 28th All Garments On Sale? None Reserved Broad at Second No Refunds No Exchanges No Approvals Monday Morning at 8:30 o'Clock Will Commence Our Annual Garment Clearance That Every Richmond Woman Looks Forward To Half Price and Less Than Half Price None Reserved. No Freak Shades or Old-Style Garments Every Garment Included in This Sale and Sold Regardless of Cost J Santa Claus $5.00 Gift Will Buy $10.00 Worth Santa Claus $10.00 Gift Will Buy $20.00 Worth Santa Claus $20.00 Gift Will Buy $40.00 Worth /" New Suits at Half-Price \ /' $16.75 Tailored $19.50 Tailored $25.00 Tailored $27.50 Tailored $35.00 Tailored $40.00 Tailored $50.00 Tailored $00.00 Tailored Suits . Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits $$.38 $0.75 $12.50 $13.75 $17.50 $20.00 $25.00 . $80.00 \. /' Many Less Than One-Half; Some One- Third Off. New Silk Gowns at Half-Price $14.50 Silk Dresses $7.25 $19.50 Silk Dresses $9.75 $25.00 S...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

ACROSS ANDES Br MIL ON GREAT TRUNK LINE Transcontinental System, From Chile to Argentina, ltuilt l>y Americans. ROl'TK VIA PANAMA CANAL Eleven Days to the Pampas and Two ,Weeks to Buenos Aires?Views of AconeaKua an<l Tupungato. "the Christ of the Amies." I?V I'lUMv <-\HI'i:\TKI?. \cross the Andes by rallwa> ' ('limbing by rack and pillion over the highest ran ire of our hemisphere'. ?Shooting through tin- darkness of tlie two-mile tunnel 1'ioin Chile. Into A r cent in.n! Ascemlinj; almost straight front the Pacific Ooo:\n to oeaks lost in ;l\e clouds, and const inn from itio sno?> down into the broad lands that roach 011 anil on to the Atlantic' This, in a nutshell, is ilio story of my trin ovet the great Transcontinental Railroad, which now ties 11-?? oceans together. It is already the chief South \nicri'.ai: trade route between the Athinth and the Pacific: and now that our canal is completed it will form ih? quickest way from ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 December 1914

LIFE IN FEDERAL PRISON CAMP HAD BRIGHT AS WELL AS,DARK SIDE Dixie's Captured Soldiers Found, Ways to Make Time Pass. MARSHALL CONTINUES STORY He Tells of Every Day Affairs of Men Who Were Held at Elmira. I'pon our arrival nt the ocean liner wo were placed in the hold. Ah if our situation wan nut had enough, to he crowded In the hold of a vessel with (100 others* on the 31st of July, some .,i?ade themselves Intolerable nuisances. One fellow "in fun's naturalibus" insisted on locating himself in ??lose proximity to our party. Others, calling themselvcV* blind, .stumbled over us in changing tiieir places. i didn't i'ce why, if a man was blind, he couldn't keep still. in truth, the glare of the ?>uii on the bay shore affected the eyes so that many were blind at ninht. It was very calm. You can imattlpe the misery of our situation had it been stormy. In the moritliiK we were allowed to ko on deck in .squads, and I found it so very pleasant on deck that I forgot to return to th...

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