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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 December 1914

jBiriimoriil Ciine^iHi^pnirlj1 THE TI.MKS. Potamini 18SJI VI IK DIM'ATCH. Founded 1850 I'uhllxlied every day In the year hy The TIium- , Dlnpntch PuhllnhliiK Company, Inc. Adilrriin nil roanmunlcHtlonn li> Til 1-2 TlMKS-llISl'ATCll, Tlttien-IMapntch l?:\t!dlaic? iO South Tenth .Street, Ulchanoad* Vc I'kleimioxk. uaxdommi i Publication Oilier 1(1 South Teiatli Street Bnttfh Itlclitnoaail 102t> Hull Street I'rtrrnhurK '00 North Sycamore Street j I.T?hliurg 218' Klehth Street ? 11ASllltOOK, STOHY At 1IKOOKS. IXC., Special At'TfrllfilnK Heprewentntlten, IVrvr York 200 plftli Avenue Philadelphia Mutuul 1.1 Cc UulliUtiK t ChU'Buo People'* (iitm IlaalldliiK Sl'llSt'lllPTlOX ItAT15S III >| All, One Six Three t?ne , t'OSTAl.K PAII* Venr. Mo*. Mo?. Mo. Dally niul Sainilny $(1.00 SjW.OO SI TO $ .R." | Dnlly only 4.00 2.00 1 .(K) .i?5 Suiailny oaaly 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 My Tlaaien-DlKpateh Carrier Delivery Service In {(Ichnaond Innd naahurhn I nntl I'elcrsluarifi l)nlly with Sunilny, one ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 December 1914

Household CAr" TTTV Personal Interests ^ijULIL 1 Y <X=; N o t e s CHRISTMAS GERMAN TO BE DANCED TO-NIGHT Mtnj Gumtn From a DUtancp to lie In Richmond for TMl HrUllant Society Event. , The fashionable event of this even ing Is the second dance of tho Rlch mou?lvGerman Club, to be given In the ballroom of the Jefferson llotol at 9 o'clock. This Is the Christmas german of tho olub, and numbers of old mem bers attend only this dance during the entlro season. A great many guests from a distance will be In Richmond to be present at this entertainment, and the decorations will be unusually at tractive and interesting. A seated suppor will bo 'served at 11 o'clock. Colonel Jo I*ane Stern will lead the german. dancing with Miss May Mer cer. a debutante of this season. Dinner at the Country Clnti. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Buchanan vere hosts at a lovely dinner given at the Country Club of Virginia .Saturday evening In honor of their daughter, Miss-Harriet Buchanan, who is spend ing the winter In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 December 1914

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All luqulrlrn nnd romiuunlcntlon* nddremird t? Tlie Tlnirn-l)l*pnteh *vlll rrvflvr prompt attention, 't'ht* U~piirt mcnt will upprnr ruili Mundnxt nnd ountrlbntlouM or nuKKVNtloiii will be utli-onied. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers BRIEF NOTES THOUGHT OUT BY THE WAYSIDE A Koud nuthod of clearing the foli age of housi! plants is frequently to tip the plant bottotn-slde-up in soapy water. Immerse the plant clear to the pot. then cleanse in clean water. You enn cut down somewhat on the rations of a horse that has very little work. <5ive him from four to eight pounds of ground oats and corn, feci on chopped hay. In two meals. SiiB.ir iM-jts are more valuable as stock food than mangels. but do not vleld quite so heavily per acre. I | At. orchard will live longer. bear i better ar.d be n.ore prof...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 December 1914

81XTT-FOURTH VfcAU ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TELBPIIONE YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMKS-DIBPaTCH RANDOLPH I I KANnor.NI , WANT AD. RATES. DAILY, one cent a word when paid tn ad vance. No ad. taken for leas than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and one-half cent* a word for all classified ads. except Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. tukeu for lea* ] than 16 cents. NO AOS. taken for leas than 26 cents when I charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not | guaranteed. Clarifications not guarauteod i after 1:30 P. M. LGriT ^ND FOUNI> STRAYED or stolen from near New Market, Sixth and Marshall, heavy set gray horse hitched to covered farm wagon. Ucwaid for any Infor n ation leading to his recovery. A. J. Wright, Glen Allen, Va. PARTY who through error took lady's traveling hug from Main Street Sta tion will plea.se return to 717 Mutual Building and receive their hag from C. & O.'Htatlon agent. Hurry, please. lilll.1- "A ANTED?Male WANTED, railway mall ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 December 1914

OF VIRGINIA of It tho lm of au thenticity la THE TIMES-DI3PATC.H RICHMOND. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1914. THE LATEST WAR NEWS ? THE TIMES-DISPATCH To-day In our Women's Garment Section, Coats, Suits and Dresses ALSO Furs and Separate Skirts At Greatly Reduced Prices! This paper, yesterday, gave the details. TO-DAY is the day?COME! Stop Your "High'Cost of Corsets' ' by Wear ing the DURABLE NEMO No one doubts the superior durability of Nemo Corsets. Materials are best: making most careful; elastic fabrics that don't wear out. Paris and London long ago admitted the superior style and tit of the Nemo, and the value of the special Nemo in ventions. Some women have "tried" the Nemo and been dissatisfied. That is because they selected an unsuitable mod^' There are more than thirty Nemo models, for every kind of figure. Let ^ us help select the one that suits YOU. Xo. 320?illustrated?is one of the styles made with the semi-elastic Lasticurve-Back? deep gorefc of Lastikops Cloth to make the long...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

THE WAY TO SUCCESS 1I?T l/rqurnilj be found (brons*< ? Miuatl ad In (lie cliu?lflfd COtlDIU ?( THE TIMES-DISPATCH 1 ?4th YEAR NUMBER 19,944. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1914. AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES I-'or women nre I'hnrmlntljr Illustrated dally on the House hold l'aife of THE TIMES-DISPATCH TEN PAGES vi v RAIN TO -DA V PRICE 2 CENTS. CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL SALES Judson Cunningham and Roland H. Childrey Are Placed Under Arrest. SAID TO HAVE TRADE IN HABIT-FORMING DRUGS Detectives Intercept Notes Ex changed With Inmates of ,, City Jail. ciiiIjDrky on school board Claim Rales Were Made to Drug Victims for Human ity's Sake. Koland Jl Childrey and Judson Cun-! nlngham, well-known druggists of the downtown section. and prominent in church. fraternal and business eir eles, weri? arrested yesterday after noon by detectives from Police Head-! ?-m,'t0/?a ?m wn,rranta 'barging them with lie illegal Hal.- of heroin and i norphlne. They are suspected b'v ? iVio!,0V.CC ?f thc so*"^e fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

Russians Report Germans Are on Defensive in Pilica River Section streets from guna which may be used In Ixrndon u^mnst hostile aircraft, and advised the people to take refuge In basements If they heard the sound of exploslveii or nuns. A heavy windstorm, with rain and snow, swept over parte of Kngland and adjacent waters to-night, and there probably is suffering for the sailors on duty on the smaller craft off the coasts. PETROGRAD, Decomoer 2S (via lyon don, 3:1$ P. M.).?The Investment by the Russians of the Austrian fortress of Cracow has again been raised. Pol io wing the discovery of an attempt made by the Austrian? to divide the Russian forces Galicia, the Russians retreated eastward for a distance of fifty miles. ATTACK BV LA.M) AMI SKA OX TOWX OK SlKl'lMlllT BERLIN, December 2S (by wirelees to London. 3.10 p. M.).?The German official statement plven out to-day re ports that the allies yesterday made an attack by land and sea on the town of Nieuport, it the extreme ri^ht of OB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

U. S. MAY REJECT ITALIAN OFFER OFCO-OPERATION Am Neutral Nation, Can IJest Main tain Friendly Relations With Tur key Without Assistance. OFFICIALS MUCH INTERESTED Secretary of Navy Cables to Captains of Cruisers North Carolina and Tennessee for Information Con cerning Recent Occurrences. j WASHINGTON, Oecomber 2S.?Offi cials hore, although without official advices, were keenly Interested to night In a Homo dispatch saying the Itallau cruiser Calabria, at Beirut, Syria, had been Instructed to help tho American cruiser North Carolina pro tect refugee* on tho Syrian coas-t. Sec retary Daniels cabled the dispatch to Captain Oman, of the North Carolina, at Helrut, anu to Captain Docker, of tlio cruiser Tennessee, which left Jaf fa yesterday, taking refugees to Alex andria. Mr. Daniels also repeated his request for information from the cruiser com manders concerning a recent Athens dispatch, announcing that the North Carolina had threatened to lire on the port of Tripoli, Syria, when the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

" ? ? ? ? ' ' " ? - - 11 ? ; .? i . . SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THF. BUSY ATHI.F.TIC WORI D ]SPORTS NEWARK INDIANS Will ? TRAIN IN THE NORTH International I^aprno Players to Pre pare for Reason at "Hill" Hrown's, Opposite West Point, X. Y. HA HP COURSE IS PROPOSED Athletes Will He Put Through Se vere Workouts to Condhion Them for Opening of Campaign?Other Magnates Will Watch Innovation. NEWARK, December 2?.?Charles II. Ebbette. Jr. president of the Newark Indians, of the International League, will try n new scheme next sprlnK for training: his athletes of the diamond. Charles Is almost as full of tricks as his fond papa, who Is president of the Brooklyn National Leaguers. Young Charles is going to tako his Indians North Instead of South. Tho goinp South thing: to get warm weather reached its ultimate conclu sion two years ago, when ' the New Orleans tep.m went to Panama to train. Ohaj-les Junior was thinking,of taking tho Indians to Punta Arenas, at the tip ?>nd of Argentine, b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

IITO TICK LOW TO . ASSOCIATED CHIMES Without Machine, Poor Families Would Not Have Had Fuel Delivered. INDESCRIBABLE SUFFERING Cold Snap Has Gaused Terrible Dis tress Among the Poor?Many Persons Sleep on Floors of Damp, Chilled Ilooma Without Coverings. Will ReceiveContributions Contributions (or the relief of the your of lUehmoud mny lie sent to The TlmeM-Dlsput ell, and will he promptly acknowledged. With a liirRp niiiiibt?r of lucn out of em ployment. who in other neuHonn lire welf-aupportlnK lieudn of fnmille*, anil the continued eolil weather, the Mufferlng Im Intense, nnil a prompt renpoime to the nppenl of rlinrlty worker*, miiHt he made If Jilrhmond lu to malntnln Its past n-cord of cnrltiK for Its own. With owners of horse-drawn vehicles absolutely refusing to permit tholr teams to go on the streets yesterday. Or. James Buchanan. superintendent of the Associated Charities, was forced to requisition a huge automobile truck in ornur to send out wood and coal to the shivering ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

jfidimoriil ?ine?-fli$pnirl] THE TIMKS, Founded IBM VIIK DISPATCH. PtiuadM 1830 Published every day In the yenr by The Time*. Olapntch Publishing Compnuy, Inc. Adilrrnx nil rammunU'dlon* to THIS TIMKS-DISI'ATI'H. Tlmes-Olapntch Bulldius, 10 South Tenth Street, Ktchruund, Vn. mHPIIOXE, IIAM)01.P11 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 1112(1 Hull Street Petersburg: 100 .North Sycamore Street IrTnrkkurt 21S ICIuhtb Street 1IASIIHOOK, STOIIY .t IIItOOKS, IXC., Special Ai"Trrtl?lnir Heprencntntlveii. \ow York 201) r*lfth Avenue I'hllndeiphla Mutual I.lfe Building Chicago. . IVoplf'n t^no Ilulldlni; Sl'USCItll'TIOM It ATMS IIY MA II, One Six Three One l*OSTA(.K I'AID Yenr. , .Mob. Slow. Mo. Dally nud Sunday... .*0.00 fa. 00 $1 ">0 S ..IS Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .US huudny only 2.0O 1.00 .60 .-5 I5y Tlmen-Dliipnteh Cnrrler Delivery Service In ftlchmond (nnd suburb*i ?tnd l'clcrsburn: llnlly with Sundny, one week 15 cents Dully without Sunday, one week 10 cent* Sun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

Household Interests DCZ> SOCIETY Personal Notes CHRISTMAS GERMAN | IS BRILLIANT EVENT Colonel Jo l.ane Stern LendN With Ml** 31 ay Mercer, n Debutante of Thin Seunon. Palms and bay trees* banked the ball room of the Jefferson llotol last even ing for the Christmas datico of the Richmond Gorman Club, which took place there, with a brilliant company ; of guests and members In attendance. The Stage, where the orchestra was soatod, was masHed In ferns and palms. Interspersed with red flowers, and bas kets of crimson flowers worn V? decofatc the little tables In tho room, whore a seated supper was serscd at 11 o'clock. Colonel Jo Lane SUrn led the german, dancing with *1,Sf May Mercer, the*debutante daughter of Dr./ and Mr*. W FV Mercer. M Mercer's kowii wns ?( heav> P'n* brocade, looped up In the back with .1 big butterfly bow of pink "",d a wreath of tiny pink buds >lnlHh th? armhole of one shoulder. Her flowers wero American beauty rpB-s. The Christmas dance of the Monduj Ber...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

Indications Arc That Knrly Weeks of .\ow Vnir Will Sot* Greater Activity. I,MUCK MOVKMKNT II'WAIU) Itnying Orders From Pittsburgh for Steel Startle Shorts and <?lve I'ir.st Impetus for Advance?Shift ing of Speculative Interest. ItY 11KOADAN WAl.l.. Ni:w \i>!tl\ 1' '?tnln-r at.?Prices opened .lull and ' ? :m. Within a few minutes, a hiving movement developed. unl advninP* -s tanged !r n ! to J points I>uIIIH'.is without wc.tkr.es!> tv . Mii oceilfit l?y reiiownl no tlvity and a continuation <>t tlic upward movement th.it . I stocks about the "P l?uving orders fr uit Pittsburgh for Steel. Heading and other leaders startled the small ? nn<l ?:-'V0 sin- i.rs! impetus to the :ni\ litre. There wa.- i feeling of relief as stork* drew away from the "peK" prices Tho at 11?? ti ol Steel i-omnion w as watched closely nt i key to the pr> sent Industrial situation. 'I'l l* stock moved easily from 4* to w. and. after a flight hesitation, advanced to i;j. t'nlon Pa< i!i?...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH TUah AD WITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLA8B IKIED ADVERTISING. VKLGPHONB YOUR WANTS TO TUB TIMfeS-DISPATCH Randolph i i uandolph WANT AD. IlATBS. one cent n word when d?m in (UvnAv"? ad' lake" f0r than 10 cenl* ."."vsti s? "? ?".n; ^Charred t*k<*! for '??" than ** ctnu when cnargeU or phoned In. Phoned ordnri Jriera^30e<l> Ma3*mCnt,?n" "ot *u*rar>t??<i LOST \SI) FOUND oolli#. tloKs, sable and! tlonl.miiirV f"ward for 'n'?rma- i Srd ifej thc,r rvt"rn- 'c,lU L<Fh?,iU,l.,C?kVi1"?,xvl,V' rani"K. ii~T. ?' - ' ?n?oi call Madison 0294-1,. STRAYED. oiio black spaniel doe Avonuc 0?Ni?>\',}r ol<'' froin s0r' l>ark A\onue. SuiubJlu_rovvard If returned. ^A.chl,f- ?r?y Jur'nock pleeeT~Re- i Street?" Boulevard B40.'1' 204 Addl"?? i HEL t -A A ATfcD?Mai? WAN 1 ED, railway mall and costal ? Jr.J?." ,8? c*u,nlnailon soon, over 2 000 lv?Yf! rU101?.!8 yerur,y; prepare at homo. 1 r.?! . for 1 Inn H tt payment after no-I Klr't ; Philadelphia Businefis ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 December 1914

.: v - * A STREET wwch SIGN.TELLS ?J THE TIMES-DISPATCH $?idjmonil Cime^Pi^patclj C; RICHMOND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1914. THE LATEST From the most i dependable WAR NEWS!".".',' ? *? ?; - i found dally lo THE TIMES-DISPATCH A Great W inter Sale of Coats! Coats! Coats! Three Special Lots, 7 hree Extraordinary Values $10,$12 $15 They embrace every fash ionable material, every fash ionable color, and many of the most fashionable models. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS, in long and three quarter lengths, lined or un lined; just the Coat for the cold, bleak weather of the next three months. COATS FOR EYh.1 V OCCASION?Of broadcloth, fur fabrics, cheviots, in tact, every good material one can think of?and so mr.ny models we shall not attempt description. We are a little overstocked, so DOWN GO THE PRICES. Re sure and look 'hose Coats over: they are worth your considera tion, and a purchase NOW will certainly save you money. Second Floor Bargai ains in Skirts SKIRTS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES?We are cl...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES Kor women are charmingly IlluntratcU dally on tlie Ilouar hold 1'agr of ^ THE TIMES-DISPATCH "??Hi! YEAR NUMBER 19,946. RICHMOND, VA? THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES \V BATH BR TO-DAY: FAIR THE WAY TO SUCCESS' Max frfqorntljr be found throo;V n cimII ad In the rlaialflcd COlUlM ?( THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. 0. S. PROTEST NOTE NOW IN HANDS OE BRITISH CABINET I Special Session Held to Con sider American Com munication. REPLY NOT EXPECTED FOR SEVERAL DAYS ' t | ' Ambassador Page Will Be Asked to Confer With Sir Ed I u , ward Grey. | STILL MONOPOLIZES INTIiltEST Opinion Generally Expressed Tliat Matter Will He Alhirahly Adjusted. JSfi'lDOX. December 30.?The British -ablriet met In special session to-day to consider the American government'!) protest against delay to American ship ping caused hv the searching of ves sels by the British licet. The note renched the Foreign Of fice yesterday, but It is not ex pected a reply will be drafted ror sev era...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

? - - ? ? ? ? 1 ???^ Third German Advance on Warsaw Definitely Checked by Russians wher^ the OermanA still are on the offensive and have brought up big Runs. Losses In these battles have reached enormous figures In dead, wounded and prisoners, and must havo been largely Increased by diseases, for the men fought under dreaful climatic condi tions and in the mud for which Poland Is notorious. (iKHMAMS 8Tli.li KKiHTINti POIl STCKOIKiBS' IIAMLKT BKRLIN, December 30 (by wireless to Loudon 3 P. M.).?The official com munication glvon out to-day by the German War Office says: "In the western theatre of the war we still arc fighting for the hamlet of StGeorgres, to the south of Nlouport, which we were compelled to evacuate owing to a surprise attack. "Storm and cold have caused damage to the positions <>f both sides In Flan ders and In Northern France. "On the rest of the front the day passed quietly. "In East Prussia the Russian cavalry was driven back in the direction of Pillkallen (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

BEGIN AGGRESSIVE FIGHT FOR SHIP-PURCHASE BILL Majority Members of Senate Com merce Committee Vigorously ? Recommend Measure. ALSO COMMENDED III* IIEDFIEIjD Increases in Hates and Falling Off' in Tonnage, It Is Predicted, Will j lie Greatly Relieved l?y Enactment j of Proposed Statute. WASHINGTON, December 30.?Inltl-' ating the aggressive fight to be waged In Congress for passage of the govern ment ship purchase hill to free Amer ican commerce from Kuropean war lim itations, majority members of the Sen ate Commerce Committee to-<lay filed a report recommending the measure In vigorous terms and transmitting a commendatory letter from Secretary of Commerce lied field. The committee report, filed by Act ing Chairman Fletcher, quoted the re- i port submitted yesterday by Score- j tarles McAdoo and lied field, showing j enormous Increases In ocean transpor- j tation rates since the war began, and J attendant falling ofl' in ocean tonnage] facilities. The committee predicted 1 that enac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

I L WHITE ID WELSH T EK Fames Johnson, Matchmaker of (lie BE Garden Athletic Club, Has Signed ' Articles for Ten-Hound Bout urtl< ?"In'.85 POUNDS IS AC2RKED UPON ' s^liainplon Will Have Slight Advan vlng *a^<? ^'en Referee Starts Affair "Sto at Madison Square Garden?Other ' the Battles in Prospect. >rs 6 NEW YORK. December 30.?Nate lii*vije<vls, manager of Charlie White, . signed articles to-night with James Johnston, matchmaker of the Garden Athletic Club, for a ten-round bout be tween White and Freddie Welsh on tho night of January 13 at Madison Square Harden. Under the articles tho weight is to be 135 pounds at 3 o'clock on the after noon of the fight. This will give Welsh a big advantage in weight, but not so great as he had when the boys mot In Milwaukee, where Welsh entered the ring at HI pounds. White was given the. January date by Manager Johnston In answer to the clamor of the fans who saw last t night's bout. There wns a wide di versity in tho opinions of tho e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

? ? ? ? SPORTS ? ? ? ? A Federal League Fielding Records Fielding records of Federal I.eague player* bus?d on number of accepted chances per game. Errors ure Ignored. l'ltchcrs have nil been floured on the basis of nine* InnliiK games. This Ik the third of n nerlo.M of four Heth of Federal I.engue records that have been compiled by order of Secretary I.loycl Itlcknrt. They comprise averages made I by Federal I."ague players against rlght-fiunded pitchers. against left-handed plt?-hern. fielding records based on number of accepted chances, errors being Ignored. and other Interesting miscellaneous Information. Mr. lib-karat believes this Innovation will ft ml favor with ;nn? of the country. Compiled by Irwin M. Howe, leaguo statistician. * 5 R ? Jt FIltST RASEMKN. Evans. Brooklyn Htovall. Kansas City Swaclna. Haltlmore Peering. Kansas City Berk. Chicago Dolan. Indianapolis H. Miller. St. l.ouls Bradley. PlttHhurgli Carr. Indiana polls Agler. Buffalt Chase, lluffalo ltheam. Pittsburgh ...

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