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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

? ===== ? 1 ussians Desperately Resist German Attempt to Reach Warsaw lln official report says It was decided Mot to attempt to retake, owing to high water. ALMOST COMTl.MOt s KOII WKKKS 1?.\ST In the Arconne region, where the battle has been almoat continuous for weeks past, the Germans have made a little progress, as an offset to which, however, the French declare they nave continued their advance in upper Alsace. On the whole the situation seems virtually to have reached a position of stalemate. Neither side has made great impression on Its antagonist's line, and both being very strongly intrenched, it is considered unlikely that either the Germans or allies will attempt another general offensive until superiority In numbers is attained by reinforcements. Much the same situation prevails in Northern Poland, where the tJermans are reported to have failed to cross ; the Bzura and Ilawka ltivers, and to have been unsuccessful in advancing alo?g teh Pilica Itiver. They are said to be...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

HISTEK VOTE IH SENATE ON IMMIGRATION BILL Leaders Expect Measure Will He Passed, With 1 literary Test ./Retained. VETO OF WILSON PREDICTED Strong Indications From White House That President Will Not j Approve Present Form?Enactment of Coast Guard Hill Ur^cd. WASHINGTON. January 1.?When Congress meets to-morrow after the New Year'n holiday, the paramount subject up for consideiatlon will be the Immigration >>111 pending In the Senate. Senate leaders purpose to bring the measure to a vote before adjournment, and expect that It will be passed with the literacy test retained. ?Strong indications cainw from the White House that President Wilson would veto the bill If passed In its present form. President Taft vetoed a similar measure In 1013 because of the literacy test. The Senate passed the bill over the veto, but In the House the motion to repass failed. The bill's champions predict that It can be passed this time over a veto. The vote of 47 to 12 In the Senate y...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] ?IS TO FORM CIHGOIT s FROM SMALL LEAGUES ? Katles of New England and Enstcrn [ v I association Are to He Acquired by sta Independents, Hays Humor, gre [^"'liRATV IS STALKING LOBERT1 eit; , teiarlos W. Slrmiers In Financial ' ?"".Straits?Statement Just Issued I*6l j8how Giant* Made Money?.Fob Notor "Germany" Schaefer. <h<U various times tbcro have boon re- j "?^ts about the Fedecrals joining hands al<th smaller leagues now In organized toaebnll, t and undoubtedly there has' tor>"? more than mero smoke In several of j the rumors. Tbe latest one comes tr(|m 'Worcester, where It is said that ,1 Feds will take four cities from the . \v England League and four from Eastern Association and form a nl#w orKun i?at ion. Here is the dlscottch: cr "Presence of several Federal League n'Rents, In New York gave setnblage a<f truth to tlii? report tlint tbe CMlmore 'r?lk are to organize fi New ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

PARADE OF FLEETS MAY STMT IN CUBA Officials Consider Changes In Plans for Canal Celebration. HAMPTON ROADS FIRST CI I OH FA' High Officials and Foreign Representative*! May Re Carried to (hinntanamo, and Tlion Make Trip Through Waterway. WASHINGTON, January 1.?Although not finally settled, It Is probablo that the original plan of having the international naval fleets which arc to atr tend the openlnK of the Panama-Pa-cific Ejmosltlon at Kan Kranclsco, start from liainpton Ucada on their course through the Panama Canal, will he changed on account of the nonpartlclnation of most of the navies of Europe. Inasmuch as tho Atlantic battleship fleet Is to encase In manouvreH and exercises off tho naval station at Ounntanamo, Cuba, in the near future, It has been suggested that tho few warships cornlni; from Europe Join the American licet at the Cuban station, and that the warships from Sout|i \morican ooiintrira join the naval procession off Cristobal, the Atlantic entrance to tho Panama C...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

Ir' prniii iinicjj-Pi^pfilcl) SIKH, Founded 1RSS SI'ATCH, Founded 1 S5? ed every day In the jrnr tij The Times1'nblUblDg Coni|irtn j, Inr. Addren* nil Jf tbleatton* to T1IB TI SI KS-I> I SI'ATCH, ?Dlapateh Bivlldlnsi 10 South Tenth Street, ? ?Mi?, Ye, V CELEI'HONIi, ItAXDOM'H 1 yHoa Offlee 10 South Tenth Street 'JSIrhmuud 1(111(1 Hull Street ?urjf 100 North Syenmore Street ft -IS i:iclitli Street ? .SliHOOK, STOIIV ?? IIHOOKS, INC.. t^peclel Advertlnlng Hepreaentntlven. f.?rk 200 Fifth Avenue Iphta Slutuul I.lfe llulldlnK I'eople'N tin* IltiililliiK tj S1I1SCI ?LAII, 'llSCKIl'TIO.N IIATMS One SI* Three One i ^GE I'AID Yenr. SI on. Moo. .Mo. tnnd Sunday... .90.00 9.1.0(1 91 '>0 9 -only 4.00 2.00 1.00 ,:15 I only 2.00 1.00 .60 .25 4 Irafn-Dtdpntch Cnrrler Delivery Servlee In i 'e?nd (and ntiliurhn) nnd I'etrrnburK: cc?vJth Suudny, one week 15 renin ^without Sundny, our week 10 centii 3r only G eent? /jCml January 27, IDIIS, nt Itlehmond. Va., n.? :id-eln? matter ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

Household =x=> COriPT VoJ Pers?"* 1 Interests *3 V^/ 1 1 a X X Notes MANY- INFORMAL NEW YEAR . ENTERTAINMENTS GIVEN | Buffet -Lniirbroii In Honor of Ml**! Hwd? Judff Keith RccrlVM ? t IIIn Home. i Any number of charming affairs took | jpiaco yesterday for tho entertainment of tho fashionable not. Miss Alice Bur- ' well Heed wad guest of honor at a buffet luncheon .yoBterday afternoon at 1 o'clock, glvon jjy jjr unt| Mrs. Leslie Heed. Decorations wore In Christmas grbeno and crimson flowers and -^?e luncheon table In tho dining-room n<is set with a centreplcce of polnstttlas. Only the debutantes of this season and somo of tho younger inon were Invited to meet Minn Heed. Another gathering of prominent guests went to the home of Judge James Keith on Cathedral I'lace yesterday, when the distinguished Jurist and his daughter. Mrs. Juliet Chilton Keith, kept open house in honor of Mrs. Hen Huger, of Lexington. Quantities of bright red flowers, holly and running cedar...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

I SOUTH RICHMOND]' SEEK EARLY ERECTION OF NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL j Soutlisidc Citizens Hope to Have Handsome Structure in I'sp Xevt Year. DEATH OF .1. AI.ONZA XKLSON | Southside Celebrates yulet New 1 Year Willi (leneral Holiday?Several Marriages Are Aiimniiiietl. Mule and Harness Stolen. Southside citizens will appear at the i next meeting of tho City Council t?? ' urge that tlu? contract lor the new South Klchinonil School made h.v tho School Board he j-atitled and the build- i itig required to be started as soon as! possible. It is i^esirod that tho opera- j tions he begun in the early spring, In. order that the building may i>e ready i for use during the next term. J'rofessor K. 1*. Smith, superinten- < dent of Southside s'ho.ds. said yester- 1 day that the only thing that would j delay construction would be the fact! that all the property owners on Main- i bridge Street, between Fourteenth and. Fifteenth Streets, tin site of the j school, have not been reimburs...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

JJiditram) (TnnejrjBispatcIjj 51XTT -FOURTH Vfc.At\ ? r~ ~~i ADMITTEDLY I THE I) EST MRDIUM IN TUB SOUTH FOR CLASSIKIED ADVERTISING. IKLEPHONE VOL'II WANTS TO ' THE TIMES- UIBPaTCH nANDOL.ni 1 1 KAKmoi.FH WANT AD. IIATKS. (MILV, one cent u word when paid In ad- i vane?. No ad. taken for itsa than 10 cenia. , SUNDAY, one and one-half centa a word for | all clnaiiifted ada. except Sltuutlona Wanted : } at one cent a wor<l. No ad. taken for leu i than 16 centa. NO ADH. taken for leaa than 2S centa when ? char?(e'l or phoned In. Phoned ordera not ! guaranteed. Claaaltlcatlona not gaaru.-itocd ? after W:M P. M LOST AXI) FOUND. '.LOST, a Colt .32 repeater pistol Thursday afternoon. Kinder please return to Second i'ollco Station, or phono Madison 6094-J, and receive reward. LOST, In BIJou Theatre, or In front of 1 tho theatre, silver watch marked J. ' W. U, Reward If returned to 724 Mu[tua^ Building, Richmond, Va. I LOST, black and white male setter pup. Reward for Information t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 January 1915

-%v-; REAL ESTATE NEWS 1* prr??-ntr4 ?l?lly nlth an unMrp??iirU Drrtrrtlon of drtnll and latrrni la THE TIMES-DISPATCH fftdimond 0Time^-Pi^patct| RICHMOND SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915. TO KEEP INFORMED On maltrrx of Importance In city, Mtatc anil nation, you need but reatl THE TIMES-DISPATCH Any Man Wanting Undergarments Here Are Seasonable Suits That Are Below the Season s Prices. The famous "Duofold" Union Suit?the garment of all-wool outer fabric and fine cotton next to the skin; our regular $5 number, at ? *5 Another "Duofold" Special is our $4.00 white garment that has been discontinued by the fac- (?0 tory; the price is now ...'. Medium Weight Wool; also Fine Mercerized Cotton Union Suits that sold for $3.00. specially pric- tf?"| Af ed at $1.JJ A Wool Suit, in two weights; a garment that we know will give entire satisfaction: regularly $2.50, now * A Heavy Cotton Ribbed Union Suit that (J**! sold for $1.50 is now priced at "Our Special" Cotton Ribbed Union Suit? The one we sell ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On maltrn of luiportnnce In city* SUtr and nation, you nrnl but rvail THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR M'.MIIKIl :t vom .mi: ?wi RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY REAL OPPORTUNITIES nrr often found in tUe little nforlrn told lu tlir \\ ant Ada. It |hijh Co rruil tlirni. THE TIMES-DISPATCH -FIFTY PAGES. WIS ATM K R Th.llAV--FAIR PRICE FTYF CK\<TS PASSED BY SENATE Measure Contains Restrictive Literacy Test for Admission of Aliens. FINAL VOTE IS 50 TO 7 Overwhelming Majority Recorded, Despite Indications of Pres?.j, ident Wilson's Veto. / WASHINGTON", January 2. ?The Immigration bill, containing the restrictive literacy test for admission of aliens, passed the Senate late to-day, I 50 to 7. The overwhelming majority1 was recorded despite Indications that President Wilson would veto the meas- : ure, as did former President Taft, If! It should come to him with the educa- i on tlonal test Included. The vote indlcated that the bill could be repossed > by mor...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

fighting in Belgium and Northern France at Standstill whlc^lt comrnuiUcn'tHS') Chan,,e|. with of Spithead ' CatOS ,s U,? roadstead t APT wn^v,, Ij ov Drixiiam f"1!' ("n,:s to iiotto.w uary 2 (via London^*' suV(\I'"AXD- Jnn" Brltish hattlesh n H rs-of thy wont down In thePnrinwhich terday after >i?? ? ' '*-',sh Channel vesbvB/,,;rk" rine, have been ?\- <'V",>nn submaThev r?i?.? bro?Bl" ashore here Hbnft the' mnK?7e|,,o n'nhf,> V ?ruck terrific, but tho ? explosion wan reached. Had ,L? ,Kazlm' ";ls not ship would have f\,S? . up- ,he there being tlmo ?n ' without! , a. th,n;a ir,jjhS'j, '",T?"yboats were sent ni!t ? Thp "mall ered, and her nn? ''Utter foundA launch and a ,K,w,'r? downed, getting away. a ? .^CC,"t?,,c<i l" 1 were broken in try , J , , , * onrs ?mall boat from I, , ? J "Ve"t 'h? against the si do th.^ih'i P,CC?S the tremendous sea! rJ nfn!^ ,,J' Loxley and his -si1 n^- Captain ;?n the bridge S ' T" ;ver" kee,6d "?? ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

Practically No Attention Paid to Laws Pawned by lieKlslutnre for Protection of Birds. HUNTING SEASON NOW CLOSED Counties West of Blue UldRO Mountain!* and Parts of West Virginia Havp FurnlKl?e<! Eastern Markets in Defiance of Statutes. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) WINCHESTER, VA., January 2.? With the close of the old year, the hunting season In all the Virginia, counting west of the Blue Ridge Mountains also came to .an end, an?l It will be unlawful to hunt, kill or capture tno various game birds and animals mentioned In the name laws of the State from now until the llrst day of next NoVofntfer. The season Just closed Is said <id have witnessed more open violation*'of the hunting laws than In any onn kyd'son In many years. Principally he'caiint* there* ure few wanluiiH hiJ that portion of tlie State went of ?' lie lllue Ridgu Mountains, and the apparent Inability of the courts to induce residents of the towns and counties to act as deputies. The \ Irginla ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

QUO SETS EXAMPLE WHICH WILSON FOLLOWS President's Note Is Framed on I^incs of One Sent by llritnin to Jtussln. ITS TERMS NOT SO STKONO Hollered Thnt Filmland Must Admit This Country's Contentions or Stultify Herself in Kyes of "World, lutcresting Parallel Drawn. j ..BY JUSTIN McGItATIl. WASHINGTON, P. C., Jnnuary 2.?It > was learned to-day that the American noto. to Great Britain on the subject of Ofintrab&nd and the seizure mid detention of American cargoes, was fr&med upon the lines of the correspondence between Great Britain and Russia during the Russo-Japanese "War. ' The American protest Is mild In comparison with the British complaint. Great Britain sent not one, but many, notes to Russia, protesting against Russian interference with her commerce, and the language in which tho British objection to Russian interference was couched In much more vigorous language than that which Is employed In the note which the American government has sent to G...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

IHMEN EXPERTS BEPLY TO MISS REIVLIER , ? ? Defend Modern Method of Kducutlon Against Her Witty Attack**. I ' y'' SqHQeiS FOR AVERACJK MINI) I * ' * . Miss Coleman Denies That I'Yoebel lutein Makes for "Softness of [Mental I'lbro"?.Should Have p'ully Trained Teachers In Charge. Slndorgarten export.* and advocates ?f .modern educational mothods arose I vlth onci,accord to the defense of their | ilcula in practice, following: the witty J arid epigrammatic diatribe of Mlsn Agnco I Hepplior on "Homo Varieties of Modern j Iducation" at the Woman's Club last v.ooU. ?Miss Jtepplier's idea seemed to be I / ti at the Individual should rise above hh circumstances by whatever method ho might choose; and she cleverly'played ur, Lite weakness of each method, ad vocal ing none. Among other things she said was tiie kindergarten training intdo for softness of mental fibre and th.it a child was privileged to drop a ta#k as noon us it grew irksome. iho did admit that the principles of Fsbcbcl, ttjf ? ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

I SOUTH RICHMOND UNION MR SERES TO BE HELD ON SOUTHSIDE Churches Unite in Series of Meetings to Be Held This Week. HEOEIPTS SHOW 11IU GAIN City Revenues Collected in South Richmond During December Aggregate #2<l,84G.???John F. Hall irtes at His Home at I.tmrel. Under tho auspices of tho Southaige Ministerial Association, union prayer cervices will bo held all this ?ce'n i:i tlio cruhclies of South Rl-hntond. Tito plan was designed for promoting the rollg!ou.?> Interests of tka Southslde an i as u fitting: wey of ushering tn tho now year. Rev. Tlma-.a? Scmrr.es. rector of Meade Memorial Kpiscopal Church, Is chairman of the committee which arragneu the services. Tho order of the service Is as follows: Monday night, Porter Street Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. \V\ Kincheloe, subject. "Christianity and ISvangelism;" Tuesday night, Cowardin Avenue Christian Church, Rev. Weslsy LJnkor, "Christianity and the Home:" Wednesday night, Menoe Memorial Episcopal church, Rev. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

lue Giving?Offering Matchless very Department Combined with our own sacrificed stocks are huge purchases from manufacturers \\hi<h \\c obtained at fabulously low prices, becauso we had the "ready cash" and could take advantage | of their extraordinary offers, our savings are your savings. Plan to get your share to-uiorrou. Instruct .orts have gone forth to every department manager to disregard all losses and prollt-v. and throw *11 odd lots, broken lines, etc., at prices which will move them at once. They have followed instructions, and the result is listed below. EVERYTHING COSTS LESS AT $5.00 SKIRTS $2.95 Waists and Sweaters Women's T.atest Model Waists, ma?e of taffeta silk, messallnc and crepe do chine, with tin* newest sleeves and collars: well made; worth $2.j0 fijl CA and S3.00, special Women's Waist?, made of crcpe do cliino, slllc mescaline, chiffon and lace, In beautiful new designs; latest sleeves and collars: worth $5.09, spe- ^2 Womon's Waists, of crepes and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

PLEAS OF IMMUNITY : ARE NOT SUFFICIENT ?? ? ir'-'i . ???? Uillurd, i:iton and Skinner .Hufit Face Court on Charge of Conspiracy ?o Monopolize Commons. ?>}.: ^VKItK XKW ll.WKX DIRECTORS Wu'j Arr> Three of Twenty-One of tin* "Old Guard." Whom the In- ? terstnte Commission Found He--Itonsiblc for Wreck of Railways. I ? ; 1 Spf<*i-\1 lo The Tifnes-Pispatch. 1 NEW VC'P.K. January L\?John 1.. iKiUard. lames S Kit on and William ,Skinner. fot tner.ly director* of 'he New Vovh. N>? Haven a;u| Hartford Hail* * oari must fact' trial on ir.diotmmtP by ;Hr IVdoral tram; .lory on the ehn ;?{;<> ??r orspirine t<~> monopoliKo comnien-e i "innci'SiP!: with the recentlv dism h ?*<! New Havrn copiliirc .'?ji'Sf Wil'iatn V ??ruM>. of the rrim- ? . I l'<ar- <?f ti c Vnited Stnt- ? Fe<l- ' ?. 1 Con- overrule! to-da> the pleas i ? ?t mmu:iil\ Inte: pose...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

ENGLISH WOMEN DRILL, 1 AND tflE READY TO FIGHT Invaders of Great Britain Would Find Formlduble Army of , Amazons. MOVEMENT SPREADS RAPIDLY All Over Kingdom Women Are Preparing Themselves for Whatever Fortunes War May Hestow Upon Them. 11%' 1*1111.MP HVEIIBTT. [Spucial to The Tlmes-DiRpatoh.] Jy^N'DON, January 2.?We'read In dispatches that hi lcaBt /if ty Uorman women, fighting In trenches In men's clothing, have been tnken captive by tho Russians near Warsaw. Jf the Germans ever Invade Great Britain, anil the Hltuatlon becomes desperate, they will be faced by an army of English Amazons, carefully drilled and trained to the use of the rllle, compared to which theae Teutonic women warriors are a mere bagatelle. j When I first heard of the Women's ^ Volunteer Reserve I thought It was a joke, or rather a new ebullition of the suffragette class, but after a visit to old Hedford College and a view of the determined women perspiring through their military drills, I must confess that my fue...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

VIRGINIANS OF TO-DAY AT THE FRONT nV IIOHKHT A It .M ISTK A1) STKW AHT. Says William Gurrott Brown. In his "Lowur South In American History, speaking of the period Just I" lor to the War Hotweon the States. ' \\ hen Virginia roused herself from her trance of forty years, she awoke to such a confllct'of high motives and passionate Impulses, to he heat upon by svi< h stormy appeals, to he torn with such contrary aspirations, as no tragedy queen on any mimic stage ever was besot' with. The Imperial Commonwealth had fallen on that sleep, weakened with the pain of bearing States, and wearied out with the toil of netting. in order the spacious mansion I which was to shelter them." There arc many to-day who would assert that Virginia, wearied from the birth-throes of the heroic figures of the secession period, had again fallen on a sleep of half a century, and would add. in the words of a certain President of the United States, that "all \ Irginia s greatness lies in the graveya...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HEAR PROMINENT MEN Old Dominion Lodge Holds Huuquet in Flemish Itoom at Jefferson Hotel. GATHERING 18 ENTHUSIASTIC Mayor Ainslie, Oliver J. Sands, Rev. F. T. McFaden and Minetree Folkes Anions the Speakers?Optimistic Note In Sounded. I With tho spirit of fellowship an<l good cheer predominant, members of | Old Dominion Lodge, No. 0. Knights ; of Pythias, with several guests, gath- - ered laBt night about the banquet ta- j bles In the Flemish Itoom at the Jef- ' ferson Hotel, and after a delicious I menu had been served, listened with keen enthusiasm to timely speeches by men widely known in public life. IJ. j A. Huflln. prominent In business and ? fraternal circles, proved a resourceful | an<V entertaining toastmaster. Speakers at the function were: I Mayor Oeorsrn Alnslle, Oliver J. Sands, president of the American National I3ank; Minetree Follies, Common- ; wealth's Attorney, and Rev. Frank T. I McFaden, D. I)., pastor of the First i Presby...

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