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

wrs.,". .? near XHxmude, were thrust back, whlla the allies recaptured several strntegio ; points, repulsed two Oarnmn attacks southeast of Vpres, and entirely destroyed" a German regiment south of Blxschoote. An observer with the British army announces that Gorman attempts to batter a wedgo through the British lines have decreased greatly In force the past few days, and that thoy bear no resemblance to attacks In great force launched against Tyres at tho end of October. They are more In tho nature of demonstrations In force than uoripus assaults, ho declares. HIGH TRIBUTE TO llHAVEHV OK HAW (iBHHAN YOUTHS Tho writer pays high tribute to the bravery of raw German youths aiul untrained men of middle age, who, he says, do not hesitate to march against the trained British troops. If the Germans have abandoned their furious battering-ram efforts to thrust back the allies' lines and reach Calais, their failure will constitute a distinct victory for the utiles, It 1b asserted here, becaus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 November 1914

STEADY IMPROVEMENT ! Ill FOREIGN COMMERCE Secretary McAdoo Keeps in Dally Touch With Fluctuations of Ini. , .. |K)rts and Exports. SHOWS COMPARATIVE FIGURES Return* for October Trade Indicate Continuation of September'^ Gains. Statement Issued From Depart* ment of Commerce. WASHINGTON. November 16.?The pulse of the nation's foreign commerce Is showing steady Improvement. according to the dally' telegraphic statements received by Secretary McAdoo from the ten lending ports of entry. Import business of last Saturday, based on reports from oorts handling: 87 per ceiit of all Imports, amounted to $2,330,512: exports from these ports handling 72 per cent of all exports amounted to $10,421,531. Tho dally average for these ports In November, 1013. was. Imports, $4,923,397: exports. $6,983,426. Secretary McAdoo determined last month to keep in closest touch with the foreign commerce of the United States, noting from day to day the fluctuations of Imports and exports. To ?that end he* ordere...

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

SPORTS ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES IfTEl * WEEK'S REST, ? SPIDERS RESUME WORK Coach Dobson Determined That Kiev- J en Shall Take Both (Jamos Re- j inalnlng on the Schedule. . NEXT CONTEST ON SATURDAY \VllHatn and Mary Will Be Opponents at Broad Street l'ark?Owing to Wet Grounds, Team Practices at Westliampton College. Refreshed after one solid woek of light practice, which has dono wonders for the men who were injured or lamed,1 the Spider squad started in yesterday I afternoon for a week of hard work. Rvery man was out in uniform ami, took part in the practice, and it was evident that the lack of heavy work last woek has not hud any had effects upon the pluyers, for they nil seem very anxious for the hArdest kind of i a rfchedulo this week. Besides the renewed spirit In nil the squad, It is gratifying to note that Liogan and Craig. who were In such had condition at the time of the Hainp-den-Sldney game, are very much improved, and will prohnhlv bo In good condition ...

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

SPORTS EASTERN SHORE HANDICAP WON BY VIRGINIA HORSE Added Startfr from Stable of Arthur Bnaeock Takei Itlrh I'umc at llnvrn de Grace, Sameuct Nn-ond. HAVRE DB GltACK, November 10.? Tlio Eastern Shore handicap, tho fenturo of tho afternoon's sport, wan carried off by Gaelic, from tho stable of Arthur Hancock, tho Virginia breeder. This wan an udded starter, and was coupled with Andrew M. In tho betting. Sir Edgar and Sarsem-t set the early pace, but at tho turn out of tho back stretch, Gaelic clipped up on ih?> rail anil, taking tho lead, won rather handily. Sarsenet came fast at tho oinl got tho place from Hanson. Mystic Light ran a line race In the 8teeplocha.se, and won handily after allowing Jesuit and Idle Michael to set the pace. Qraud roile a nice racc on the winner. Broom Flower took down the opening event, coming from behind 1?? the stretch. Reflection was heavily played, and went to the post favorite, but <1 irl not seom to like the golnx. Emoreld ?Jem...

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

SThpSHmr^ii^patrh THE TIMES. l onndrd 1KS8 TUB DISPATCH. Founded 1830 Published trfry day In (he year by The TlnifsDfspatrh rulillohltiK Company, Inc. Adilrr.it all communications to THIS TIMES-DISPATCH, Ttsiit-a-Dlaputch llulldln*, 1(1 South Tenth Street. Illclimond, Vn. TELEPHONE, 11ANDOI.PH 1 Publication Oltlce 10 South Tenth Street] South Richmond 1?>2<> Hull Street Petersburg 100 North Sycamore Street j LynchliiirK SMS F.lRhth Street; HASnrtOOK, STORY A DltOOKS. INC., Spcclnl Advertising Ileprescntatlves. New York 20? Fifth Avenue! Phllndrlphlu Mutunl M(c IIuIMIuk ! C'hlcuKO People's Gim HulldliiR srnsniiPTio.v hates BV MAll. One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mo*. Mos, Mo. Dnlly nnd Sundny Srt.Ol) Sa.tiO 91.SO 9 .33 Dnlly only l.OO a.00 1 OO .35 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .30 .25) i ny Tlmes-Dlspntch Carrier Delivery Service In j Itlchniond Inn4 suburbs) nnd Petersburgi Dnlly with Sundny. one week 13 cents J Dally without Sundny, one week 10 centn...

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

Household fc^ZDO Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes SPEAKS ON IMPERILED ART BEFORE WOMAN'S CLUB llcreptton Tendered Mr*, Lucy Daniel Cmitlr)?Art Clufc Hborrlnic I'lctureN by William L, Khcppnrd. A largo audience of members and their guests filled the parlors of tho Woman's Club yesterday afternoon to hoar Mrs. Lucy Daniel Cautloy on "Perished and Imperiled Art." Mrs. Cautley was formerly Miss Daniel, of Jtlchmond, and the club was thronged with her frlonds to welcome her back again. She Is u very intellectual and traveled woman, and her locturo sketched In somo detail the history ?>r art In Europe and tho great loss the world has suffered In tho recent destruction />f such treasures. Tho spenker stated that Hho would only touch the sallont points of Interest, tho first of which was architecture. She mentioned the wonderful" temples and cathedrals of Europe, and tho reverence In 'which they have been , held throughout the centuries. Mrs. Cautley, who has been on t...

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

FtTERSBllRG SELECTED FOR NEXT CONFERENCE Bishop Announces His Mind Is Defl* < nitely Made Up About Assignment of Ministers. PROBABLY BB READ TO-DAY Service of Thanksgiving for. Victory of Prohibition Forces in Virginia Held?Ministers Named to Supernumerary and Superanuate Lists. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] PORTSMOUTH, VA? November 16.? The machtnory of Hue Virginia annual conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, moved swiftly at the > fifth day's session at Monumental ' Church, to-day. Bishop KIIko. who was 1 takon 111 yesterday, and ordered to bed l?y his physician, presided, but showed tdgns of weakness, and Irept IiIb chair most of the tlino. The morning sesion was dovotod to assignment of undergraduates and making up tho supernumerary and superannuate lists. Petersburg was .selected for the contorence next year, and tho sessions will ho held In tho Washington Street Church of that city. To-night's session of the Virginia "Methodist Conference res...

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

GOVERNOB GRAI6 AND STIFF COMING TO aMt ? ?in ? ? ?* ? Fully 0,000 North Carolinians Expected Here on Thanksgiving Day. STCjART AND STAFF TO ATTEND Meeting of All North Carolinians I&sldcnt in Richmond Called for 1 Thursday Night to Arrange for Entertainment Features. In further expression. of that spirit of loyalty and gamoness which has characterized the North Carolinians since those days whon tholr battalions were "first, furthest and Inst," Clover- J nor I^ouke Craig:, of North Carolina, | and his staff of twe'nty-four officers will be in Richmond on Thanksgiving j Day to attend the annual football game j between the universities . of the two States, and to lead In the cheering when tho two elevens meet In the classlo football event of the South..' .] It will be tho first time In the his-j tory of tho great college g&mo that the Governors of two States have been present on tho gridiron to cheer their teams to victory or to console them In tho bitter hour o...

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

"oh : m f rami district ... ? j Opening - of Federal Reserve Hank : ' Marks New Milestone in In* bernal Development. OPTlMjSM DOMINANT FACTOR . : ?h Stagnation : In Speculation Permits I > Officers to Give Entire Attention | ? to Commercial and Mercantile ) ?Needs?Heavy Dealings in Bonds. .. .*v npb,\i?.?' NEW. YORK. November ll.-Xot tti a day'i J mar?h cm a. Slock Kxchange member be | found who <An throw ?ny light upon tli* , probable date for the reopening of the | exchange to public trading. Member* "frankly admtt that the sltya- I thai ? In entirely out of their hands. and jovf.-nors s-re noncommittal or evasive. .Vo ,1t;atl(lc&t!6n li found for the policy of *.eer?cy and ' canabrshlp that has been j adopted. ?nd criticism l? expressed for the < laik ,ef Initiative upon the vart of official*. [ To-day was a "red letter" day In the flna.ii- i < la! district. The opening of the Federal : reserve bank marked a new milestone In...

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

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 November 1914

LILLIAN Faraod for beauty DI.CCC, I I\U J JLLL jUBt for wo|uen Ju THE TIMES-DISPATCH WANT APS Whether you wil l hpip 6eok a ii or an employe THE TIMES-DISPATCH r ? ? ? ' RICHMOND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. 1,000 PAIRS American Lace Curtains Reduced from $1.00 and $1.50 to 79c and 98c Fair 3,000 Yards of 25c Scrim, 19c Yard. An Extraordinary November Sale Offering. New lot of Lace Curtains, in beautiful variety of designs. Perfect copies of Renaissance, Irish Point and Brussels Curtains. All full width and length. Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains. A big selection of this season's newest designs of real Lace Curtains; fine nets, in ecru or white. If you are really in need of Lace Curtains, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Special, Of pair Oriental Tapestry (?1 fA Couch Covers at <pl?DU A special selected lot of Couch Covers for this sale; beautiful Oriental designs. The colorings and quality are suitable for any room. Third Floor. Extra Special 7 - p 1 e c e Choc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

THE NEWS OF VIRGINIA ?All Of It? bears thfl lmpress of au< thentlclty la : THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. NUMBER 19,903. RICHMOND, VA? WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914;?TWELVE PAGES' FAIR T O-DAYF WK ATMRR PRESIDENT SEES DAWNING OF NEW DAY FOR NATION ' New Banking System Be-1 gins When Need Is Most 1 Imperative. j ______ 1 TAKES OPTIMISTIC VIEW OF BUSINESS PROSPECT Future Is Clear and Bright, With Promise of Best Things. WHITES LETTER TO M'ADOO Deep Perplexities ant! Dangeroun Ill-Humor* Cured by Revent Legislation. WAHH1.VOTON, November 17. ?"A future clear and bright, with promise of the best things." wan the way President Wilson summed up his view of iJio business prospect to-night In a letter to Secretary McAdoo, of the Treasury Department, conKratulutlrw; him upon the opening of the new Federal Reserve 15h.hK ayatem. "Kundamontal wrongs one righted, an they may now easily and quickly Vie," wrote thu President, "all differences will clear away. We ar...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

ssians Meet With He avtj German Resistance vl* ? man plan apparently la to attack the Russian centre to draw their wings from East Prussia and Cracow. In tt?e .former region, the Russians report a further advance, but thev have not been able to dislodge tho Germans from tho passages of the Masurian Lakes. r& In Gallcla, Emperor Nicholas's troops are driving tho Austrlans southward and westward, and havo engaged tbolr rear guards at Puklu. at the foot of tho Carpathian Mountains. Tho Sorvlans and Montenegrins continue to fall back before larger Austrian forces. It Is stated from Vienna that Belgrade again Is about to be attacked. ~ ' General Botha, commander of the ] Onion of South Africa forces, again hag been engaged with General do j Wet's rebel commandos, but tho lln.ll result of the battle Is not yet known. Apparently General de Wet Is proving a thorn- In tho side of his old comrade, Uothu. for, nlthough part of Ms Command has boon captured. General do Wet seems to k...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

RE*. T. l. SHOOT COMES TO CENTENMt CHUflCH l*tt8tor of Ep worth Church in Norfolk Succeeds to Charge Formerly Held i>y Dr. W. J. Young. FEW CHANGES IN RICHMOND Annual Virginia Methodist Conference Ends With Appointment of Ministers for Ensuing Year. ))ishop Denounces New Dances. Rev.T. A.SmootComes to Centenary Church With few r\C(|i<lonn Richmond MethoUIxt lireaobfr* nttcudlng the annual conference nt Norfolk Will return to nerve their vliurcbrii here for another year. Appointment** for the year announced lunt nlgbt by Illnliop Johu I', KIIko nh?w tliat fevr cboj>ec? fvlll be mode In locnl pulplfM. ii-'Flif ehurchen-nreiv" ? ? ? Ceuteunry, Her. T. A. Smoot, off the Ijpnorlh Church, Norfolk, atiper?tdrg Iter. M'. J. VonnK, I). I)., who wum nppolnted proffc*?or of tbe Atlantn linlve'mlty, ? ? Iieeatur Street, llev. tirorBf I'. Cireen (tuperiti'deM Itev. It. >1. ^Vhlte, trannfferred to .Anhland. 'I.nui'cl Street, Itev. J. K. JolllfT. nuperne...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

SBOfU ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES HRU6HTSN SENDS SPO | I THROUGH SCRIMMRGE Second Team Put On Plays Used by ! New Haven Elpven?Brickley DropKicks I'^rom 80-Yard Line. NO REST FOR 1lALE REGULARS Hinkey Drives Battlers for Thirty ^(inutes ? Army Sltif ts Players. Indians Stage Signal Drill?Spirited Practice for Navy. CAMBRIDGE, - November 17.?With one day remaining tor practice work iq Cambridge, Coach Ilaughton sent his charges through a scrimmage today, with tlio second team. The second team put on the Yale plays. Tho varsity spent tho groator part of tho afternoon plnylng on tho defensive. A little time was also consumod by practice on the offensive. Captain Brickley was in a tcrimInago play this afternoon nn<l nmnaged to put over a dropkick from the thirty-yard lino against tho second team. There is doubt whether he will t>8 ablo to take any part m the Tale game. Francko, full back, returned to tho line-up to-day, his leg not-be-trig so badly ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

1 PETERSBURG 1 LAR6E CONTRIBUTIONS FOR VIRGINIA'S CARGO Many Petersburg Merchants anil Families Make Donations for Relief of Belgians. THIS WORK HAS JUST HKGUN Counties of Soutlisldo Expected to Make Liberal I(es|Minse?ParentTeacher Association Organized at Stonewull Jackson Public School. PETERSBURG, VA.. Novombor 17.? Many contributions of money, clothing, ovcrcoats of various sizes, unilcrwcfti'. hate, shoes, meat, groceries anil the j like were sent yesterday and to-day I to the- headquarters of the Belgian lie- J lief Committee, to help make up the Stale's cargo for 'ho Belgium sufferers. Ilut the work haw only Just begun. It , !s believed that every merchant In Petersburg. and every family ablo to do ho, will make a donation to the relief cause, anil that In the aggregate Petersburg's contribution will bo a large one. It Is believed, furthermore, ! that the' counties of the Southslde, In I all of which relief committees have been or are being organized, will mako liberal respo...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

TICK TIM ICS, Founded IRKS THIS DISPATCH. Kuuudrd , 1t?0 i Pnhllnhed n-fry day In the year hy The Tlmr*. Dtapatrh Pulillnhlny Company. Inc. Adder** all rommunlratloo* to THIS TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlinen-DlNpatch Dull?llnK> 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. TELEPHONE. RANDOLPH 1 Publication Ottice 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond I02't Hull Street Petcr*l<urc 10D North Sycamore "Street Lynihliurg ..218 Eighth Street IIASDHOOK. STORY A BROOKS, IXC., Special Advertlalu*; Kcprrariitatlven. Km York 2(M Firth Anemic Philadelphia Mutual Life IlulldlDR ChlcaKO ? People'/* (inn Hulldlng SUBSCRIPTION RATES RY >1 All. One Six Three One POSTAt.E PAID Year. Mo?. Noa. Mo. Dally and Sunday $G.OO $3.00 SI.SO $ Dully only 4.00 2.00 l.OO ,3S Sunday only S.IHI 1.1NI .01) .23 My Tlmea-Dlapateh Carrier Delivery Service In Riclimond (find MUlitirlis) and Petersburg Dally with Sunday, oue week IS cent* Dnlly without Sunday, one week 10 ccnta Sunday only 5 cent* Entered J...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

Household Interests -SOCIETYPersonal Notes MISS SHIELDS is BRIDE OF BEVERLEY RANDOLPH Ceremony Take* I'Uce at Home of Drldc on We?t KrunkJIn Street. I'romlneat WeddlnK* of To-llny. The marrlago of Miss Harriet Martin Khlclda, daughter of Mrs. Charles M. Shields, to Beverley Randolph,' son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Randolph, of Clarke County, which took place yesterday evening at 6:30 o'clock In the bride's home, 100G Weat Franklin Street, although very quietly celebrated, was an event of much Importance to society. Tho ceremony was performed by Itev. Walter Russell Bowie. 1). D., rector of fit. Paul's. Church, and | on account of mourning only the lin- j mediate families were present.- Mrs, 1. Newton Vaut'hun, Jr., was her slster'e dame of honor and only attendant, and William I<\ Randolph, Jr., was best man for his brother. Tho bride descended tho stairs with her brother, Charlo3 W. Shields, who gave her away. Some Of the out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Mr...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

STATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR BELGIAN BADGE Dl) Prominent Women to Have Charge of Boxes Throughout City. GIVES OPPORTUNITY TO ALL jarger Contributions May Go Through Other Channels, but Every One in Richmond May Drop In His Mite for War Sufferers. Eighty-two of Richmond's most able women will take charge of as many stations on Belgian Badgo Pay, November 25. The womo* nro very enthusiastic over the outlook, and at a meeting held yesterday at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Frank Don no Williams, every woman present ro- ? ported that she had been greeted most warmly when seeking a place to sell the badges. "The others who are working for the Belgian fund will gather the larger amounts," said Mrs. Williams, "but wo aro going to give an opportunity to those who want to glvo 5 cents." The otlior members of Mrs. Williams' committee are: Mrs. Frederick E. Noltlng, Mrs. Andrew Gray. Jr., Mrs. John Murphy, Mrs. A. D. Lantlorkin, Mrs. Charles deGoer. Mrs. Sally Nelson Robins and Mrs. John A. Coke. S...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

rans cmst line 1 HOLDS ANNUIL MEETING Hfrport of Directors Shows Decroase in Net Income for Year of W4,104.83. WAR WILL CAUSE CURTAILMENT lioes of Revenue From Cotton, To* baoco and Naval Stores to Be Met 1)7 Policy of Rigid Economy?President Kenly Submits Report. Buys New Railroad Across Florida WILMINGTON', X. G\, November 17. ?It became knorrn here late to-day that the Atlantic Count I<loe Rallrond Companr had parchnaed the Florida Central Railroad, which extends from Fanlew, Via., to Thouti< Title. Ga., at which point the Florida Central niakea connection with the Atlantic Count Line ayntem. The nenlf acquired line la forty-seven fnllea In lenvth. In tho annual report of tho Atlantic Coast Lino Railroad Company, submitted yesterday to the meeting of the stockholders, it was shown that there was a decrease In the not Incomo for 1314 an compared with that of 1313 of $664,194.SR. Increase In operating expenses Is laid to tho door of increase in wages and to th...

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