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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

- - , - 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ^ ? ? ' - ? g Russians Repulse German Attacks on Bzura and Rawka Rivers sible they anticipate an Invasion from another sourer. Indication* again point to the po? siblllty that tho Balkan states, which now are neutral, may take hand In tho war. The GrVek Finance Minister has declared Greece Is making prepara - tlons to maintain the ii><w territories which sho gained in Maikan wars from Turkey and Bulgaria, !>ut that she has more to fear from Bulgaria than Turkey. It Is not thought Itoumania can look on calmly while the Russians advance toward Transylvania, and it is expected she will Join Russia and try to secure the much-coveted ?astern province of Austria-Hungary. Throughout the British empire intercession services wi : liel.t to-day for success of the allies aims Many of the sermons embodied exhortations to the young men to Join the army. KiiiK George attended services in the village church at Sandringham. SlMtXTAMOOI S ATTACKS ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

GIRLS POISON HUSBANDS TO SAVE ENTIRE GARRISON Dramatic Episode .Just Revealed Creates Sensation Through- i out Prauce. NO PRECEDENT FOR SACRIFICE ! Young Women Critically 111 for' Months Following Incident, hut Have Now Recovered and Trying j to Forget Life. BY C. F. IIKIITKM.I. I'AIUS, January 3.?How two little j Fronch girls poisoned the husbands j they loveU to save the life of an entire garrison on the night of July 30, has, Just been mnde known In Paris, ami It has created a tremendous sensation, as the. story has a dramatic quality more tragic than anything Shakespeare over wrote. Hoso and Marie Dupont, two clgh-toen-year-old twins, were bom and raised at Vitterupt. a small village on the Lorralno frontier. In 1912 they married two students of chemistry named Ulrlch and Wllliolm, who loved them so much that they became French citizens and bought a drug store In tlje town. Moth unions were most' happy until July 29 of last year, when the husbands received a letter from across t...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

- ? - 1 11 " 11 " ? III 1 .1 ?, [SPORTS L NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS ? ? 1 ? - ..I, i ? i ? . i ? i , ,i ?? VIRGINIA LEAGUE CLUB OWNERS MEET AT NOON Mummtes Will Assemble at Hotel Richnumd and Discuss Release of Local Franchise. TWO TEAMS MAY 1'LAV HK1U0 Should Price Asked lie Too Great, Bradley and Associates Will Waive Five-Mile Restriction aud Allow Class "AA" Organization lu. To-day at noon tho Virginia Lcuttue club owners will meet at the Hotel Richmond to discuss the release of tho Richmond club from the circuit, In order to inaltc room for Jack Dunn's Orioles The mooting was called by President Moatwright, at the request of Secretary Bradley and owners of the local franchise. While nothing' detihito can be said on the subject until the magnate* assemble. little trouble is expected to get the sanction of tho league to make the move. Should trouble develop, however, there are two methods proposed, either of which will likely bring around th? desired res...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

Congregation Holds Annual Meeting unci Elects Officers and Committees for 1015. NET MEMBERSHIP GAIN OF 57 Finance Committee Koports Collections Aggregating $28,-485.00, Which Was Largest Amount Collected During Any One Year. At the annual mooting of tlio Second UaptlBt Church, hold at tho church yesterday aftornoon, Adains and Frankltn Streets, all of tho reports, and many wero submitted, nhow that tho year 1914 wan one of tho most proaperous and successful tn all llneB of work tho church lias liad for more than a decade?perhaps tho best year In Its history. Tho reports showed Increased membership, largo Rains In finances, extensive Improvements on tho church building, and tho purchase of a val- j uablo residence adjoining, which Is being remodelled and made into a Sunday school annex, Improved and more j business-like methods In tho collections of funds for tho support of the church 1 and tho missionary enterprises, and a larger and better equipped Sunday school. In a general way t...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

Mmonii Cune?-fH$patrI) THE TIMES, founded ikkm TjaK DISPATCH. Founded I' * *" .1K5Q 7 ? n.r,lb,,lwh!lr?r^ amr the ycnp hy Th?- TlmeaDispatch I uhllMhinK Compnny, Inc. Adilrmn nil fommunlcnlloM to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, Times-Dispatch UnUtUnn, 10 South Tenth Street.' lllchiuoad, Va. i telephone, iiaxdou'h x Pobllintlon Ofllcc 10 South Tenth Street Pouth Richmond 1020 Hull Street Pefersburc 100 North Sycamore Street 1 T?TPchliurg KlKh|h strcct ILASBHOOK. STOIIY A IlItOOK**, INC.. Speclnl Advrrtlalns Representatives. p'" J0.1"1? I ZOO Fifth Avenue | Philadelphia Mutual 1,1 fe 1?iiI1<1Ii>k i , People's Gas llulldlnu * subscription hates ?n?' sl* Three One POSTAGE paid Year. .Mob. .Alow. Mo. t>ally nnd Sunday *6.00 Jtn.00 51.50 5 .?5 Dally only 4.CM) it.00 I .00 .S3 Sunday only 2.00 l.OO .50 .25 V D* Times-Dispatch Carrier Delivery Service In Hlchmond (and nnlturhn) nnd Petersburg! Dally with Sunday, one week 1(V rents Dally without Sunday, one week 10 cents...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

Household Interests :do> SOCIETY Personal Notes MALCOLM CARRINGTON TO WED MISS IRENE ASHFORO Marriage of Former Richmond .Mnn to 'I'uke I'lace on Jnuuary II lu CtllcaKU. Donald Aahford, of ICvansvllle. Iu'd., announces the engagement of his sister, Irone, to Malcolm C'arrington, formerly of Richmond, but now of Chicago, 111. Miss Ashford is t>1 o daughter of iho lull' .Mr. and Air#. James Ashlord, and .Mr. farrlngton lu tho son of the Jato Major Isaac II. Carrington and Mrs. Anne Seddon Carriygton. This wedding will tako placc very quietly In the home of the bride on the afternoon ! "f Wednesday, January fi. and, ufter a I s''?rt trip, Mr. and Mrs. Carrington will bo the guests of Mrs. Isaac II.; Carrington at her home on Grove Avenue. Votmicrr Sot Affairs, There were several Interesting affairs given Friday for the ^vungcr girls and boya of the society aet. Mian Klizabeth Tompkins was hostess at a '?harming t?a Friday afternoon at the residence or her parents,...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the Soil or Are Interested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inqulrlrn nntl communication* luldrrnxcd to The Tlnirn-lllN|in(?*li will receive prompt attention. Thin department will appear en<'li Moudny, mid eoutrlbutlonn or hiikk^Uoun will lie welvomvd. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gardeners?Queries and Answers OPPOSES UNION OF FARMERS AND FEDERATION OF LABOR Header Sffa .\o \ilvnntngf In Alllinrr of Appnrcutly Diverge lnli'rr*t?. .V render, who stylos himself "I ltiinato ConsumiT," sees little to be gained by tho alllnneo between the Farmers' Union anil the Fedoration of I.?abor. His communication oii the subject. addressed to The Times-Dlsiwitch. follows; Is not the spectacle we see in the Farmers' Union affiliating with the Federation of Labor rather peculiar? Do the farmers realize that tho labor unions which have federated are oillcered by corps of extraordinary b...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

jUitltmmii) taji-fltepatrlj SIXTY-FOURTH rtiAn iadmittedly THI3 BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FPU CLASSIFIED ADVEItTISINO. f'KijKPiione youn wants to ? TIIK TIMES-DIHPaTCM |tt ANDOU'li 1 1 IMNDOIiPU WANT AO. HATES. DAILY, ene cent a word when paid In ndvanee. No ud. taken for less than 10 cents. MJNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for all classified uds. except Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No oil. takdii for lea* lhan JS cents. * NO AI)H. tnken for lo?s than 25 conts when J chnrcfl or phoned la. Phoned ordera not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed atter-9:?J I'. M. IIELI* WANTED?Mule. ?V ANTED, railway mall and postal I clerks; examination soon, over 2.000 ppointmentu yearly; prepare at home. >Vrlto for Plan R of payment after appointment. PMIudelphia Business Collogc, Civil Service Dept., Philadelphia, '/a. Railway maii, ci.1:1 Vks~\vanted! $75 month. Examinations coming. Sample questions free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 4::i?-W, X. Y. WANTED, window decorat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 January 1915

X?Jtr I ATF^T From the most 1 rib LA I US I dcpondabie WAR NEWS f0urc?8 <8 W A tt IX C* W J fouIld daily In THE TIMES-DISPATCH rjKl . RICHMOND, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915. [TENANT FINDING THE TIMES-DISPATCH Need not bo if you tnako of tho Waut Columns. e hard I ko use I ut Ad For the Special Annoucement of Our Annual January Sale of Muslinwear ! It will appear in a few days THIRTHIGHT QlltUFY I ' TO PRACTICE MEDICINE Successfully Stand Test Before State Hoard of Medical Examiners. SEVEN ARE FROM RICHMOND j State of Virginia Represented by j . ? Twenty-Six Successful Applicants. Toledo Man to Settle in Richmond for Practice of Osteopathy. Thirty-eight of the forty-one applicant: who took the exa.'nina'ions before the Stat* Board or Medical K.\aminers. in R: hmond, or. Dei-ember 16 to IS. successfully stood the test, and have teen granted li<ense to practice mea.c:r.e in tins .State The percentage pi successful applicants is leKardtd as .ur.Usually :.|gh The officia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

65th YEAR VOM .lli: 415 M UIIDII 0 I REAL OPPORTUNITIES II lire often found In the little Mtnrlen told lu the Want \0x. It itnyn to reud them. II THE TIMES-DISPATCH -TWELVE PAGES WIOATIIKIl TO-DA Vi -FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS Slayer of Mrs. Burner and Her Three Children Takes His Own Life. VERDICT OF CORONER'S JURY i William Nichols Believed to Have Been Goaded to Slaughter by Jealousy. [Special to Tin Tlmes-i >i?"t Hi. ] I.PIIAV. VA . .l-.tli.iM .' *. Tili; dead body of William Nichols, tin- top of Ills head lilown of. by ;t shotgun, was found this morning In tin house of "Wesley Price, nrtt fur from tin- scene of Saturday night's tragedy, at Masnan ut ton Mountain, liv-r miles from here. A coroner's Jury. Inventilating the inuiil'-r >?:' Mry i."harle? 10. Burner nrnl her three lit t? children, returned a verdict thi* afternoon that Nichols had committed tin- crime, and had then committed suicid* KOHCKM \\ IMMIW <ll'i;\ \\i> *ii:c t iti:s miotc;...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

Both Russians and Germans A dmit No Important Change hearler bodies of troop*, they emus on again, anil with such fury that tin' French wer? compelled to retire. KRKNCII HOUT liKIUI.WS IX A Mt.lIT ATTACK But the Germans were not long In possession of the trenches, which by this time were almost utterly demolished. The Kreneh reformed and directed a night counterattack, which resulted in the routing of the Germans. Meanwhile, tfie fighting on the French right was continuing, with th?? town Itself the Held of battle. During the night the French fouirht their way into the town, taking possession of tIn* church quarter. The German reserves directed a counterattack in force, and there was heavy lighting in the open, in which the bayonet was used by both sides in the dark. The French here also were compelled to retire, but, as in the fighting- on the hill, they reformed and retook the neighborhood of the cathedral, digging themselves in. In late reports they were holding their advantage a...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

REPLY TO AMERICAN NOTE WILL BE SENT THIS WEEK Outline Sent to Prance, Which Is Also Greatly Interested in Con- I trabainl Question. ITALY IIAH I/N DKK8TA NDING JLooscuing of IteKUlations Applying to American Cargoes Will Depend on Assurances of Neutral Countries About War Munitions. LONDON, January 4 (7:4r, P. M.).? Tho British Kovommonl'H reply to tho American note concerning contraband probably will bo sent before the end of this week. An outline of the reply has been sulnnltted to Franco, which Is Ki'eatly Interested because of the activity of French whips In searching Mediterranean cargo's. A statement probably will be Issued shortly showing that Italy has arrived at an understanding with England and the other allies concerning contraband, satisfactory to nil the countiios afTectort. It can bo stated authoritatively that only five rarco'1:) destined for Italy hnvo been stoppod at Gibraltar since November 1">. Two of these wero released within three days. and the other...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | SPORTS] BUSINESS MEN 10 MEET AGAIN TD-WiGBROW NIGHT I ] Will Hear From Committee Report of Valuation Placed ??n l/ocal Franchise by Virginia League. IS IX KKSOIATION V O H M Price Asked Considered Reasonable, but Conditions Imposed Will Hardly He Accepted?Jack Dunn Will Attend Gathering. What the \ irginia League Demands Motion mnde by l>r. l.clsh, of I'ftcn>hurc: That the Virginia l.cnpruc grnnt territory rights to tin* International Leniciir upon the fiilluulni; condttlonit i 1. That the Vlrclnin I.cacuc tif pnid In cash on or before 1-Vbrunry 1, 1015. the sum of JHO.OOO. 2. That the Virginia l.camio renerve the right to place h eluh In Richmond diirlti); the season of 11115 nnd successive seasons to on date* thnt do not conflict with the Richmond club In the International IiCHKue. 8. Thnt the Ilrond Street I'nrk corporation enter Into a contract with the Virginia I<cague, or nny person, firm or...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE REOPENS FOB BUSINESS Severe Restrictions Placed Upon Trading to Prevent Anything Like Panic Helling. FOREIGN ATTENDANCE REDUCED Greatest Crista in History of Instltion Safely Negotiated Through , Combined Effort* of Treasury and Exchange Committee. IXJNDON, January 4.?Tho London j Stock Exchange reopened for business to-day, after havlnn been closed since July 30. Severe restrictions wero placed upon trading to prevent anything approaching panic selling or the unloading of securities by hostllo countries. A number of British and French | members were absent because of the j war, while the exclusion of aliens who ! were not able to satisfy the committee that they had severed all connection \ with foreign countries, reduced some- j what the foreign attendance. Tho fact that business has been re- i sumed, even on a limited scale and [ under restrictions, Is tak?jn to indicate that the Kreatest crisis in the 1 history of the exchange has been safely ! negotiated th...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

Jftrfimonii fimc?-fK$patrf) THE TIMES, Koundrd . . . 1835 THE DISPATCH, Koundrd 1850 I'ubllnhrd fvrry day In (hp your by The TlmritFHapntch Puhllahlnic Compnny, Inc. Adilrmm nil comutunlcatlona to THE TIMES-HISI'ATCH, nuri-Olipntck UclldlDii, 10 South Tenth Street, Ulchm*ad? Va. fBLRPnON'G, RANDOLPH 1 Publication Oilier lo Houth Tenth Street r?n<h Richmond IflSSO Hull Street Peterwliurjc 109 North Sycnmore Street I *r-hburic 21M liltihlh Strrfl WASHROOK. STORV A nilOOKS, INC.. Special AdmtlMnc Heprrncntntt ven. >rw YnrU........ . 200 Fifth Arenne I'lillndelphla Mutuiil I.lfe Utiildlnir CIi1c*ko I'cople'a Unn Uulldltii; SUBSCRIPTION RATES nv MAII, One SI* Three POSTAGE PAID Yenr. Mow. Hoi. Dally nnd Sunday... .(16.OO IH.IIO 51 M) Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 feundny only r 00 l.OO .RO Hy Tlmen-DlKpntch Carrier Dcllvrry Service In Richmond (nnd Nuhnrhn) nnd Pcteraliursci Dnlly wi<li Sundny, one Trrelt 15 cent* Dnlly rrlthout Sunday, one utfk 10 eenta t&am...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

Household ( Interests -SOCIETYPersonal Notes MISS TALBOTT TO WED | WILLIAM PETTY DICKSON Cnrih Issued for Mnrrliiur of Minn l.oulse I'rytoil Jenkins lo i:?lnnril Wlnnlutv Wnre. Mr. and Mrs. William Molt Talbott. yf Waynesboro, have announced the engagement ami approaching marriage of tltdr daughter. Nellie Tatty, to Wll1111 fit I 11 v Dickson, of Norfolk, the 1 wedding in bo celebrated In tin; latter part of this month in Wnynesboro. AliTalliott, who is a Blutcr nf Mrs. Itobert Latimer Gordon, of thin city, J formerly lived in Itlchmnnd, and In widely related throughout tin- State. Mr. Dickaon at one time resided here, and the engagement Is of rntieh Interest to society In Norfolk an well as in this city. InvltntloiiM Issued. Mr. and .Mrs. Luther If. Jenkins have sent out cards for the marriage of their | daughter, Louise I'eyton. to Hdwnrd ?Winslow Ware, the ceremony to take place on the evening of Tuesday, .Iantiary I!), at :30 o'clock, in the home of the hride's parents, i&am...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

I COMMON COUNCIL VOTES j TO INVESTIGATE RITES Passes Resolution Calling for Inquiry Into Power Company's Charges for Current. RELIEVES property owners Ordinance Is Passed Taking From Real Estate Men Responsibility for Delinquent Ciiis Hills of Ten- j nants?Judges' Salaries Increased. Under a suspension of the rules the Common Council, last night. passed by u unanimous vote a resolution reported from the Administrative Hoard, directing the City Klectrleian and City Attorney to appear on Januar> 1- hefore the State Corporation Commission and request that body to institute a full and complete investigation of the rates and charges f*>r electric current made in this city V.y the Virginia Haiiwav and Power Company. Such .nn investigation was recotn- J mended to the hoard last week by City j Electrician 1 rafi'ord in a preliminary' report on the advisability of the city's entering the competitive light and power business. The data that would proceed from such an inqu...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

THE WINTER RESORT BIRDS ARE MIGRATING And ? Ix?t of Them Thnt I'sed to Fly Acrous the Water Will Head Hue South Tins Year. DR. SCHAPIRO TO LECTURE ON RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Forrmoat Student of fonilltJona in t'onntrj of Cjtnr SprnkN Hrrr 011 Saturday. The position of Russia In the present xvar makf s the more Interesting some of Russia's history !n the immediate I past, am! what lead up to the present! .rlsls. I?r. J. Seiwln Schaplro will lecture In this city Saturday evening at ?S: 1 5 o'clock In tin- auditorium of the Chamber of Commerce on the subject,! "The Russian Revolution in 1915." Ijt. .Schaplro Is of the college of the city of New York and of Columbia 1'nlvernlty, and Is one of the foremost Russian students of the day. The jjro-| cveds of the lecture over the actualj ? xpenses will be turned over to the Associated Charities of Richmond. college"gets~post-office \\ illinm 1.. Prince In Named tin I'n*toulNler of ,\rH (llllcc at Wentlinmpton. Postmaster Thornton has been notlled ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

1 ANOTHER GHOST LAID ON STOCK EXCHANGE liquidation Kxpected to Follow Iteo|it'uii)K of IjoikIoii Market Turns Out to lie Myth. NO SKI.1.1 NO OKDKKS COME j | Traders, Hoping for l<ower Prices, ISccin to 11 i< 1 for Storks Soon After . Opening, and Figures Move t'p ' itapidly. I?V ltlt??.\I?AN WAl.Ifc Ni:\V VitKK .1 anuar> 4. -Stocks closed : stt"liy to-dav wit! many subst atitlal K'lns W , T.'.'t al I atiotl i t jfho-t The liquidation ?' ? v .in | to follow tl;p re suinptl i <?f Irn line on the I.ondon Stock : K\. |i M ? .r-'f i s. t>e n mvth I.or.don i.jp.'T " ' ? . Iipors and not a single sei:iuit ? fiom 1 ? i. 1 m far as o??!il 1 "? 1 -amed 'I i nl. r- w li > hri 1 hoped for lower pries I l..>:in (o M l for k" shortly after our ; ? lienltiK i WforlnK- w ? re wmall. and j?rI^* moved ? ,j: dlv 1 ntot national Issues wcr? aotlv- !:<? .'.ma calmd points. Pennsyiv.u.la i om> i,.! Ni iv Yo...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 January 1915

jRidiroom) Cimc^-]3i$palclj BlXTT-rOUHTII VlUAn ADMITTEDLY TUB BEST MEDTUM IN TUB SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. CiaRPHONB YOUR WANTS TO THE TIM EH-DISPATCH RANDOLPH I I RANDOLPH WANT AI>. HATES. DAILY, cno cent iv word when paid In advance. No ail. taken (or lum than 10 centa. SUNDAY, one and one-half cent* a won! for all clattlfled ade. except Situations Wanted fct onu ccnt u word. No ad. taken for lea* than 1C cenm. / NO AIJH. taken for lea* than 13 eenfn when charged or phoned In. Phoned ordera not guaranteed. ClajfItlcatlunu nut guaranteed after 'j:Z0 I*. M. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, onu bunch of keys. Reward If returned to Tlnuss-Dlspatch. ' LOST, French noudlo nog with black ring a run ml MHht eye; big black spot on back; Will cut led on back. Reward. lOOti Twenty-llfth Street. Kclley 6t Mi-Cue Cleaning and Pressing Club. HELP WANTED?.Male. \VANTEL>, railway mall and postal clerks; examination hooii, over 2.000 appointments yearly; prepare at home. Write ...

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