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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

fcfimoriil i^patclj t i^' E TIMES, Founded 1RSS THE DISPATCH, Founded 1850 . Publlahed every day In the year by The Tlmea :> Pbpatch PuMlahlng Company, Inc. Addrcaa nil - lotnmnnlcatlotu to T 1IE TI.MKS-DISl'ATCU, Tlmea-Dlapatrh UuUdln*, 10 South Tenth Street. ? ; tUehmoad, Vs. \ ' ' TELE I'll ONE, HAMIOIjI'H 1 J Publication OIHce 10 South Tenth Street iB I. South Richmond 1020 Hull Street it*eteraliurir 100 North Sycnmore Street Ujll Vncliburc 21S Eluhth Street O Ll " ?un HASRKOOK, STORY * BROOKS, INC.. ' ..jJ Special Ai'vertiilng Representative*. ve h't'W York 20<> Fifth Avenue >f 3\[^l?Ur.delphla Mutual Life Building vhlcfv','caR? People's Can Building >wirir _____ SUBSCRIPTION RATES o the _ lcr? . MAIL One Six Thrco One ??ONSTAGE PAID Yenr. Mo*. Mo?. Mo. mS8e*"hHy nnd Sunday. ...90.00 9-1-0O ft 1.10 3 .^r' ?"iJJally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .U5 K- ^Sunday only 2.00 l.OO .GO .25 By Tlmea-Dlapntch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and Kuhurba) nnd Petersburg: Dolly w...

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. — 31 December 1914

Personal :x> 1 II' IH I V <ocz=d Notes SOCIETY IE MINOR RICHARD S. ELY St. Paul's Witnessed of HIh |hIici1 (iuents. went yesterday even- j :k t<? St. Paul's liplsco lltnrss the m'arrlage j llnor, daughter of Mrs. .... .Minor uml the late | Jul Richard 8. Ely, eld ItiMsor Richard T. lOly. lity of Wisconsin, and ifas formerly Miss Anna L'lunond. The ceremony by the rector of the (?alter Russell Bowie. In !>f a largo company of Jruests. Professor Jucob |ered the wedding music. the historic church was l^hristmas greens and Jnd Cathedral candles Ithe altar. Interrd the church with ?s. Minor, who gave her , were met at the chancel Lroom and his best man, jderson. Her wedding exquisitely simple af |1 of heavy white satin and her long tulle veil. Istened with orange blos the hem of the train, bouquet of white roses, lonor, Miss Martha Webb <ile green satin and tulle, Kirdle. and carried an Inson flowers. The brides- i ] included Misses Ophelia j McGulre, .luiia Grant i Ihinon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

?mNTPRODUGIS IN 1914 j I WITH 510,10,000JO' All Records Eclipsed, According to Rei>ort of Secretary of Agrl- i culture Houston. J TROUBLES FIGURES OF 1800 Splendid Showing Made, Despite Ia>ss of More Than 9300,000,000 in Value of Cotton?Estimates Stand for Wealth Produced. ! WASHINGTON, December 30.?Amer ican furm products (luring 1914 eclipsed ? ll records /or value with a total of Hlmost $13,000,000,000. Secretary llous announced to-day that the value all farm crops, farm animal products Hd farm animals sold and slaughtered ^Krgregatcd $9,S72,936,000. That was r$S3,000,000 more than th<- grand total for 1913, the previous record year. It . was more than double the value of f/ull farm products in 1S99. Crops this [ year were valued at J6.OH.-tso.000, and farm animal products at $3,82S, 156,000. The value of crops was slightly loss than in 1913 on account of the reduced value of cotton. The corn and wheat crop however, were the most valuable ever produced. They brought the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

:r BOARD WILL IK INTO DRUG SILE5 |lt<>land II. Childroy and Cunningham to Ho ? Reviewed. >N HV SCHOOL HOARD Pleads Oulit.v to Halo of forming Drugs Will Con Act as Director for I'ub lols. e Hoard of Pharmacy at its u the third Tuesday In Jan eonslder the ease of Holand ?y ami Judson Cunningham, lond druggists recently ur ? the I'ollct! Court on tho Illegally dispensing heroin, nccinent was maik' yesterday nry T. A. Miller, of the State . it Is unknown whether the 1 consider the facts In the dent for It to take further hlhlrey entered a plea of court ami was lined the nom <f 125. Cunningham Is detor HkM. and trial of his cuse oned. the State Hoard of I'harinacy 1 Impose a |ienalty upon t'hll | Cunningham, If the latter la the cases against the drug Ihe dropped after their eom i the l'olice -f'ourt. Chlldrey bir of the City School Hoard. body will take no action against hlrn, according to an (nent made yesterOay hy F. C. airman of th?> hoard. The ' section of the Hetail...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

P'S MARKET TRADING f IS SMALLEST III YEARS >>t Since IHR8 lias Total Turnover ? in Full Five-Hours' Session S Been So Light. ?LOSSKS OF 11)14 NOW HISTORY ?\Y;i]l Street Is Turning More Hope | fully to I J) 15, and Largo Interests I Are Preparing for Advance in I Prices and Revival of Interest. [ iiv nito.\i>.\N \v.\i.i.. I X 1C\V YOU K. Peceinbcr ?V- Cheerfulness I I?r*>v:i i In Wall Street to-day. altliougi. Hits sUtccmnl was not altogether appre iated by the members of tlif Stock Kx i litinge who handled tlif smallest Jday's business. for > live hours*' session. In the last twenty-fix Ji'iirn, The Iiism of ': 1 i\rc now n matter of his tory one of the most cncoii? aging feature* ior the future is the lirst outward sign of preparation for a return ot speculative ac tivity on the llooi. ; om ? of the large interest have been In i onfulla'.lon preparing plans for move ments in their specialties and a quicken ing of pill li- interest liy an ailvanee In market quotations...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

? 1 iim^-jBispatcIj 5URTH TUAn . T MEDIUM IN fTH rOR CLA88 VEIlTISINCJ. YOl'It WANTS TO IBS'IiISI'ATCII 1 IIANDOIjPII AD. tATRS. u. v.-or I when paid In ad ken ' r Ions than 10 centa. one-hllf cnntn it word for excttit .situations Wanted >r<i- Nl ad. taken (or lean >r lee" ted In. ??lllcut han 2T? cents when J*huned ordura not na not KU.ira:>taed \N1> ?OUND Kourei and P .Street* Dfccolhor, koUI watch :im i'.l. M. on piti and iir vhteh. Hoturn tc> snlsputeh ami re 4n the Southern [ il? Jilt 2:30 Wedn-s returii to 1121 Suitable reward. inu with pearl pen ?iocoinl or Third fcturned to 115 Knit Third and liroad If returned to W. h'th First Street. ly on Ijaurel Street latwAen Ijaurel aid |l fli.jue evetrliiHse.s po 407 West Frank |TKD?Male mall anil postal In .soon, over U.000 I ; prepare at liomu. j payment after ap- j phla BukIuckm Col- i ^ept.. 1'hiluilfclphia, j nHBlKtant phar- i onces. I, COO. care I i earn harber trade; ' 3; st'-ndy positions , iuatea; wonderful ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 December 1914

r WANT AD PUBLICITY your ?|iirKt fur it nltunlion <>u n ntrlrll} huHlnrux IiuhIn Mrtirn > oil m!v<TtlN<* In ' THE TIMES-DISPATCH "Exit" A new* order just given to surplus win ter stocks, holiday left-overs, broken assortments, etc., and throughout the store, outclearings of desirable merchandise at GREAT LY REDUCED PRICES are in order. Watch the daily newspapers (our ads) from day to day. But, in the meantime, come to the store; it will pay you hand somely. \Y 11Y ?NOT TO-DAY ? MILLER & R110ADS. Values to $2.25. Values to $5.00. Assortments of Fine Silk and Other Blouses Crepe de C'liine Blouses from $2.98? $10. True, many sizes are broken, but the values are EXTRA ORDINARY, as you'll see for yourself when you conic to the sale. DON'T MISS IT?it will save you money. Second Floor. Lace and Chiffon Blouses from $3.981? $12.50 The Greatest Values Possible In Women's Blouses! The latest novelties in materials, the newest thoughts in style. And the largest variety of d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

'ports r NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD spq EW .TQffi HIGHLANDERS Wflton and ltuppert Acquire Full Control of Team, and 1'lare "Wild L* * Dill" Donovan in Charge. PRICE VaII) NOT ANNOUNCKI) Xow Ownci-H Will Build Own Hall J'urlf, According to Han Johnson. ^ fteveral Player* of Unknown Ahil Fy-Included in the Deal. l',w YORK, December 31.?Captain Huston and Colonel Jacob ltup jt. Jr., arc now tin* owners ot the LllfCOH. |io famous deal for the New York of the American League wa? [y. closed this afternoon. |lld Bill" Donovan, the old Detroit ,?r, will be the manager next sea Tie'price was not made public, but it . believed that Frank Farrell. "Big [ill4, .Devery and the other stockhold- | r?; In the Yankees, got pretty close to [i$l|- original price, wlilch was ?500,- | fOj Jt is understood thai Huston and ppperi each hold a iialf interest in Vt'-.'lub, and ltuppert Is to be presi rnr. Huston will be secretary lid trcustimr. \The selection of "Wild I till" l)ono- I in as m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

it to Preside, Make MRS TO-DAY rn Rests Case on Ii Newport News Unconstitutional, 'hristian to Hencli. Times-Dispatch J VS, VA? December 31. unltjuf political situa tory of the city will stage to-morrow niorn 1 Justices will attempt Court. The claimants bent. J. 1). G. Brown, and . Christian, Judge Brown, police justice here for years, claims the ofllee of the enactment of the the last General Assembly, video that the police Justice f this class must be elected of the people duly qualified ?? such ah election. Previously i had been tilled by the City That body at Its recent elec city otllcers held that the Price 8 unconstitutional, and w> nt with the election of the police , naming Christian for the Job. i Brown would not permit hfs e to be put in nomination, being ent to rest upon fhe legality of Price bill. / r. .Christian w'wi directed, by act he Council, tci begin his term of e January lj'md will go to the t ? to-morroyf morning prepared to ide. , Mat'.^r^ are further compli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

? - SPORTS C ATHLETIC RECORD OF PAST YEAR FULL OF SURPRISES ^ DEFEKT OF ATHLETICS DWARFS OTHER EVENTS Hensutional Climb of (lie Boston 1$raves From Bottom to Top of Xn- i tionul., League Feature of Year. SKVEHAL MOIIE KUKI'IilSKS England's Triumph in Polo and Aus tralia in Tennis I'nlooked For. Hud Henson for Champions as Shown liy .Many 1'psets in Dope. booking back over 1914. there are| many features in tin- sporting world j l' tliat will probably bo remembered for | years to come. As long as there re m.'ilns any great popular interest In baseball, the wonderful spurt of the 1014 Boston Braves will be talked v nb^ut. No other single .^porting event att.V/icteri as much attention as the Word's series. The Braves were sole and undis- j puted occupants of the National beague last place during the lirst half of the season. The rise of the Braves from last place to a National beague pen nant has been told so often that at this time it needs no repetition. Other sports had their seri al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

idimonWun^-iBtepaid] |iCK TIMES, Koandrd IMS IB DISPATCH. Founded 1830 Published eTery d?r In the yenr by The Time#. Inpntch I'ubllahlns Company, Inc. Add res* nil inmunlcatlona to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH, mra-Dlapntch Bnllding, 10 South Tenth Street. OBd, Vo. fBLEPnO.NK, R.VSDOlil'll 1 bllcatlon Olllce 10 South Tenth Streel Rth Iliehmond 1U20 Hull Street ferxlmrn 100 North Syeiimore Street schhure 218 Eighth Street IIASBHOOK, STOIIY A nitOOKS, INC., Special AdmiUloE Itepresentntlven. JW York 200 Fifth Avenue tllaOelptiln Mutunl Life BullrllnK ilcaiio People's Una lIulldlnK SCBSCIIIPTION IIATE9 BY MAIL One Six Three One OSTAGE PAID Yenr. Moi. Moi. Mo. nlly anil Sunday... ,9G. OO |H.OO 91.50 8 ,f>.1 ally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .Sift unday only 2.00 l.OO .60 .25 By Tlmen-Dlftpatch Carrier Delivery Service In tlchmond (nnd aiihurhn) mid Petersburg! (ally v?lth Sunday, one nerk IK cents ?ally without Sunday, one neek 10 ccnta undny only G cents Entered Jnnnnry 27, 10(15, nt Iliehmond, Vn., n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

Household MANY SMALL RECEPTIONS SET FOR NEW YEAR'S DAY Informal Entertaining to lie Done All Over Hlclimond In Honor of v OcciinIoii. Small functions, Informal and Inter esting. und several large rocoptlons will engage the attention. of smart so ciety for New Year's Day. JurtRC James Keith and his daughter, Mrs. Juliet Chilton Kolth, of Cathedral Place, are entertaining at a New Year's party to- j day in honor of their Ruest, Mrs. Wll- j liam Ben Hugcr, of Lexington, who : came to Richmond this week to attend the Christmas danco of the ltlchmond German Club. Mrs. Ellis Talbott will he hostess at tea this afternoon from' 4:30 to 0 o'clock at her apartment at. the Ches terfield. The annual New Year's party at the . Country Club of Virginia this after- I noon and evening l? to he* a gala event ! for the fashionable set and the club- j house will be the scene of a brilliant gathering during reception hours. Mrs. Thomas Branch McAdams, Mrs Thomas l'lnckney Bryan, Mrs. Horace S. Hawes, Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

Trade Statistics of Richmond for 1914 Shou) No Backward Stet) EVENTS OF NOTE Ml RICHMOND'S CALENDAR Past Twelve Months Among Most Eventful in City's History. VICTORIOUS IX BANK FIGHT Richmond Given National Kcconni tion as One of Leading Financial Centres of America?Many Great Conventions Hold Sessions Here. llichniond, during the twelve month!* ending last night at midnight, enjoyed one of the most remarkable years ir its history. 1'raetically every day waV marked by some event of more that passing interest, while the name ot the cltv was sent broadcast through the country many times in connection with occurrences of national and in ternational importance. Perhaps the most important feature of the eventful year was the selection of Richmond as the location for the Federal ? Keserve Hank of the Fifth District. In keeping with thl& distinc tion, the bankers and business men took an active part in all hip financial affairs brought to -a head by the out break of Kuropean hostilitie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

Outbreak 0/ Long-Dreaded War Marks Year Just Closed (EM SEES OUTBREAK OF LONG-DREADED 111 llefrtnnlnR of Mighty World Conflict Will Mako 1I)M One of Great est Periods in History. OTHKlt KVKNTH OVKH8HADOWKD I'nited States lias Had Its Troubles With Mexico, lint Plunging of Eu ropean Nations Into Hlood Stands Out Above Ali Things Kise. One of the great years of lilstory was 1914, for it saw the outbreak of tlio long-dreaded world war. School children 1,000 years from now will remember 1314, as they do 1492 and 177G. Following Is a record of Home of the prominent events of the year, especially the first five months of the great conflict. January 1?John Kind arrives in Vera Cruz to observe Mexican chaos for President Wilson. J January 3?Two thousand Mexican refugees from battle of Ojtnaga flee into the United States. January 4?Steamship Oklahoma breaks in two, thirty-seven miles from Sandy Hook; thirty-two die. January 5?Ford Motor Company an nounces its workmen shall have *t least J30 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

i SOUTH RICHMOND j' FIREMEN PRESENT BADGE TO CAPTAIN 5. M. CHASIA Gold Krnhletn Given !>>? Members of Truck Company Following Unii(|uet. GOOD VKAIt OX SOITIISIDK Marked lurwise Shown in llusines* Transactions During Twelve Months?Ministers in Arrange for Union Week of Prayer. Gathered around the festive boatd. members of Knuine Company. N<>. 1:5 and Truck Company. No. last niulit held their annual jtit ion in the Souths:d< hendi|uartc s. Tenth and Italnbrldpc Streets. There mnv liavr been mori' clahurat? and fashionable settings. but it is doiU>iful if lli? r? was a moi'i' enjoyed or 11. 11?*f arrnnr-ed supper anywhere >n the elty last nicht. Tlie sup;n'i- be^ati shortly before !> o'clock. The twenty-six members of the Southside lin-tiirhtlnu force sat down to a real New Year's meal served under the direction of Smith, one of the oldest members of the company and n member of the old Manchester company. Without too much cere mony, the viands soon bejian to dis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

STOCKBROKERS m FOR "HAPPY KEN JET There Is Heal Seriousness Itrhiml Season's (JreetiiiKs in Slock Ivxfhnni;e. I'Sl'AIi ANTICS A UK I.ACKIMJ Xo Celebration on Floor to Mark Passing of Musi Disastrous Twelve Months Market Mas Seen in Many Years. n\ t!ito.\it w n \ i.1.. View VOKK. I> ? ? nil" r >? "lis u ? r. ? lull again In .i-i\ <:.i : ? !>?' '??mina:.-.i I n' :i do.1 ii r. ? It. Missnl.I ' I "a '1 ? i . !?? I ' a It, *.\ !?r|i e of : ->!i. vil ti.in\ : ? I i|Uot: ? '<"?* 1::m Uotlall> t-'Wltli tin l'cth.-h- r'r. SO. el i--: - >. ?-??. - ?!>?? > i-innum I'.aiiiniK J . .i:<? 1 tli> ;?! cfctn il ji?! -. . i' -.- II : ! ???-.. -? ? A ? ?!'. >!.<? ? it i-uri'ti JuKtiilod tii-- lio|i? i!i.>t Share holders Will receive the full ; per cont to U hi. 1: \ ? . l f.> i >tr. i. ? , ? s-'.t I ? ilt'g 1 !o- (i : . .i . > l ;> ?1 I.' *? .M a \ a i- i I Mot": ? *?<:? . - .? th- r sir,:- . ? ? 1 t . . 1 \ s.': - 't . ' ;? ?' - " ? "k i:\ ? ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

JJitfonmiil Cmics-flispatdj BIXTY-KOURTU YLah I ADMITTEDLY THIS REST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADV1SUT13INU. f'BLKPUONB VOCH WANTS TO THE TIME3-D1BPATCH DANDOLPH 1 i,?ANnor.Pn WANT AD. UATKS. DAILY, one cent a word when paid In ad Vance. No ad. taken for lean than 14 centa. BUN DAY, one and one-half cents a word for all claealflcd ada. except Situations Wanted | at one cunt a word. No ad. taken for leas > than 16 centa. NO ADS. taken for leaa than V> centa when charged or phoned In. Phoned ordera not guaranteed. Cloastllcatlona not guaranteed after k:30 P. U. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, ribbon watch fob. W engraved on locket, between Canal ami Muin. nil Third or Third and Eighth on Main. .Reward If returned to 111 South Third > Htroat. I ' 'A ANTED?Male i i i i I WANTli. , railway mall and postal clerks, examination noon, over 2,000 Appointments yearly; prepare at home. | Wrlto for Pian It Of payment ufrer up- i polntniont. Philadelphia UustncHH Col lege, Civil Service ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 January 1915

RICHMOND. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. \ ? - FOOD PROBLEMS Are ratertalnintly 4Ucum?4 on Saturday* by Martha Wtitow In THE TIMES-DISPATCH Fine All our Furs?this seeason's newest stylos included?all grades?from separate .Muffs and Scarfs, at a few dollars, up to handsome sets of furs, at $150, are Reduced; Iheir new prices ranging from? 20 to 50 Per Cent Less ?than formerly. ONE-FIFTH TO ONE HALF OFF: could one wish for a better opportunity to buy Furs? INVESTIGATE. Second Floor. MANY CHARTERS I.nsl lln? .if CM I See* Itimli n? Olliee j of 1 *i?r|M?rntl?ni l'ollowln^ of th?* busiest ?ia\s in < the transaction of routine btisim ss tl?? St.it>' Corporation ? "oinmissinn has ex perienced ?i?>?'?? it was created. Cb-rk j IUchard T. Wilson kept open his of \it 1 \i 1 a h^ur in tin for the accommodation <>f otlicers of a number of corporations, who had deferred until t? last hour tli< 1 formalities necessary f??r changes in chttrt. rs. the abandoum. nt of charters ami making ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 January 1915

TO HELP BUSINESS llfllrvr In yournrlf. your coun try, State nnil I'll)?nml I(m In Mtitutloun?ttud Mny ao. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 66th YEAR M'MIIKH 2 VOM'MIO U5 RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915. IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try n I'loanltlril Ail. In thr Situntlon WmUfil Column. It* a nunl. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TEN PAGES WKATUVUi VATP TO-DA V- x PRICE 2 CENTS USUAL NEW YEAR 1 CUSTOMS LACKING Official White House Reception Abandoned Because of Mrs. Wilson's Death. DAY IS QUIET IN WASHINGTON Many Diplomats and Officials Leave Cards With Greet ings for President. WASHINGTON, January 1.?The usual White Ilnus^ Now Year recep tion, abandoned tills year because of Mrs. Wilson's death, was replaced to day by a steady stream of foreign dip lomats and government officials who callcd and left their cards with greet ings for President Wilson. With the exception of Secretaries Daniels and Bryan, who nre in North Carolina, most of the Cabinet members came to the White House and left cards. The President ...

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