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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On innflrm of I m (to r t n lu-c in city, Mnlr utiil tiMlloti, you urrd tiut read THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1915. IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try ii I'lnNMltlfil Ail. In (he Situation Wnntril Column. lc a word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 7 o-Day The J anuary Sale of Silks and Dress Goods in which sonic wonderful bargains in seasonable fabrics are being offered. First Floor. 7 o-Day The Big Sale of Beds and Bedding Supplies offering big and timely economies of in terest to liomekeepers. ' Third Floor. Sale of 400 "Savory" Roasters Regularly sold at from $2 to $3.50 p:teh. Specially offered to-day $1.00 ax n $1.50 each Here Is an unusual money-saving oppor tunity for thrifty housewives. As nearly every woman knows, the SAVORY ROAST ER is one of the very best enamel Roasters made; she knows, too, that these styles and sizes sell everywhere at from $2.00 to $3.50. About 400 of these Roasters wore chipped in handling. Though slightly marred in appearance, they are ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

THE BEST BARGAINS nrr often ailvrrtlned In the <'lii?*llleil colunniM. (id I In* hnhlt of rentllUK flic "HUl mix. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO KEEP IN TOUCH with world movement", an well at the mrrN of your vlty anil Mute, rentl THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR YOl.l'MK ?5 \l Mil Kit II RICHMOND, VA.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGES .R ?FAIR PRICF, 2 r.F!NT? Alexander Points to Banking In terests as Chief Opponents of Ship-Purchase Bill \ HE ACCUSES NEWSPAPERS Says Their Vision Is Affected by Advertising Revenues From Steamship Companies. HOSTON. MASS.. .January .'..?The ad visability of government purchase of ships as propose! In a 1)111 pending In Congress was (I'/lwlfl at a "merchant murine" dinner of tlm Chamber of Com owrce to-night. Congressman Joshua \V. Alexander, of Missouri, sponsor for tlto hill, characterized it a.- (In- "Magna Charta of American Shipping." Congressman 10. W. Satin.lers, of Vir ginia, objected to t h> propo.'-al as a poor business proposition and a ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

Occupation of Strategic Positions in West Claimed by French MAKES ^PURE^ BLOOD ?Sa bfllfvfil hfrp, therefore. that the Jternmns plan a movement frmn Thorn ^rul Bast Prussia t?> prevent this ac 2ion. The fighting would take place n the open. ?* Except ;*t the two extreme wings %>n the Itelcian roast, and in upper "Alsace, whore tin- allies hive gained >j)uni<' Rrounrt, iiniitln^ on the western front has been done by sappers. miners iand artilbr> Only :< t isolated points ^ias tht infantr> been ?iven its op portunity. A f??w hundred yards have .iu-en gained hy the allies among th# Vflunos of Inlanders i " Great interest attaches jn Krcnob ,qpovatlons iri upper Alsace. The cap- j ??itire i>f Stelnba h ?a? accomplished 'after almost superhuman efforts. Now | trho French are attempting to force I their whv thrwuirh to I'ernay (Senn- | iielirt), tlie possesion of which would ?M'en tho door to Mue.lhausen. ?? One of the lesson* t lie war has 'taliirht Huff la (*? th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

CALIFORNIA LAW LIMITS HOURS OF PUPIL NURSES! i Wisdom of This Statute Defended In Hrief Filed With United States Supreme Court. ITS VALIDITY TO HK AKGUKI) Case Will Involve Decision as to Whether an Ki^hl-llour Restric tion on Labor of Woman Is Reasonable. WASHINGTON. January 5.-*Th? wisdom of limiting the work hours of I pupil nurses to eight hours a clay, while imposing no such restriction on I graduate nurses, was defended to-day j in briefs filed with the Supreme Court i hy counsel for California. They relate to cases dealing with . th'j validity of the California woman's ! eight-hour labor law. which are lo be | argued next week. The cases will in volve a decision as to whether an eight hour restriction on the labor of women is reasonable, this being th? first time the question has come before the court, j In the briefs it was urged that within ? the Inst few years, it has been realized | that pupil nurcfiB were undergoing too j great a strain. It was stated invest!- I gatlon s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

F>T SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD II SPORTS IDS FILE SUIT HEIST :? ORGANIZED BASEBALL ?Hl>rn fjjlinore Claims .Nulidiinl Commis sion, Including National League, I? n Gigantic Trust. WANTS Pl.AYKRS I.KFT ALONIO G/U*r> Herrmann Delighted, and FccIh < Certain as to Outcome?President Tener Also Optimistic?Date Set "for Trial January -<?. V XHICArjO. January - ("harcinji that fife national commission. the governing horly of organized baseball. ft? rules, ami th<? rational airrcemont, under which its momhi rs work are a vlola 110,11. a?f the common law and anti-trust I sttftdtos, the Federal t.eague tiled ?<\]It here to-day askintr that the National <^oi>iiniH8l'>n be decreed illegal and void, and its mcinlii r.? ?? rijoli-cd from further continuing In tlu? aliened ut lawful com bination. 7*11 o suit was filed isi r~?-Oiftrirt (j\>urt. . Clio of the principal clauses in the prayer of the Pill is that .til contracts yv'ilth. baseball p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

BOARD OF HEALTH WANTS SI 0,000 PAYROLL INCREASE Says Sanitary Force Must He j Doubled to Care for An ? nexcd Area. | $7,500 FOR SMALLPOX HOSPITAL j Appropriation of $5, OOO foj* New ltuilditiK. Made in Hudirct of 11)11, Was Found Insulliciciit for Kven Simple Structure. Increases In this pay roll appropria- i lion aggregating approximately {10.000 are asked for by the Hoard of Health to take care of additional .duties im posed upon the department by annex ation. in the estimate of its budget needs for >010, presented last night to the Council Committee on Finance. i This amount will enable the depart ment to retain the six additional sani tary Inspectors, one additional cleric, and two additional nurses that have' been employed since the middle of No vember. Their salaries have so far been met out of the department's gen eral expense account. Ordinances pro viding for their permanent employment are now pendinrc before the Council. WANTS >7,500 l-'OIt M:\V S.M AI.M'OX 1IOMMTA I...

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

VI IK Tl.MKS, rounded INS* VHfc DISl'ATCH, Koiiuded 1S50 I'ubllalird fvrrj- day In tlir yrnr by The Tliuca. Dispatch 1'ulillnblnx Company. Inc. AddrrM nil communication* to TIIK 'liMDS-DlsPA'lt'll. I'lmta-Dltjintcli ]):<'!dlug, 111 Smith Tenth Street, j Ulcbmoidt Vn, fELKi'iioxi:, iiA.vno* ni 1 Publication onicc 10 Smith Truth Street fionth Richmond tOliO Hull ?>tr?*ct Petcr^bnrn lol? Sycamore Street ? ?Trdibnrsr .'IS Kith Hi street UASDItOOW. STOHV .V IIIIOOK*. IXC., blirrinl Advcr tlMnc llrprcacntatlvea. >f?r York SOD Fifth Avrinir i'hllntlolphla Xlutunl l.lfr llullillnj; CtilcnRU People'a t?a* It it f I <11 it K M IISI HIPTION It ATi:? IIV .MA 11. Our r'OSTACJi: PAID Vrnr. 11 ri 11 v and Sunday.. . Sti.tto Dally only 4 on tiUBdo.r only a.00 Six Sloa. 5.1 Otl 'J .00 I Otl Three Sloa. St M) t .Otl -RO llnr Mo. $ .55 j .35 .?-'5 Ily Tinira-Dlapiitch f'nrrtcr Delivery Service In ftlchnioud (nnd Huliurli.il nml PctcraburK: Dolly with Sunday, one week 15 ecutn I in Ily with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

Household Interests -SOCIETY Personal Notes BIG COTTON BALL TO BE UNIQUE CHARITY EVENT I'liUrx I'lncr nt MRNnnk' Trnplr 'I'o HurruiT Mglit I'llder Aimiilrm uf IlnugliterK of Cunrrilrrii?7< uno of the largest ami mont unique ? Imrity functlqns of the week will bo the big "Cotton Ball" that in to take place Thursday evening from U to 12 o'clock In the ballroom of the Masonic Temple, umlor the auspices ami direc tion of the Richmond Chapter. L'nlted Daughters of the Confederacy. The hall, given hy the Richmond Chapter '?ach season, is one of the most intet - ?'stint; society events of the entire year, and many wonderful ol<l frowns arc worn upon this occasion. For Thurs day evening: guests mny wear costumes of *?;i-'0r., or III any simple material, preferably cotton, l>ut many of those iii attendance will follow the fashions ? this period. The Veterans, who will < ome In uniform, will act as the floor ommittee, and the music for the event promise* to he unusually good. A st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

WE' Will BE BROUGHT TO BIGHB/IOND F8R TRIAL Man of Many Aliases Hold for Rob bing Gordonsvillc Post-Ofllcc on March 28, U>04. RIO FORM ED "CROOK" TK8TIFIK8 "West Philadelphia Johnnie" Tolls How Ho and Charles O'Day, Alias "Missouri Charlie," Carried Out "Jobs" in Virginia. ( Special to The Times- Dispatch. ] COLUMBIA, S. C., January 5.?Charles O'Day, alias Charlie Cross, alias Charles Blackburn, alias "Missouri Charlie," was held here to-day for trial in the United States Court for the Kastern District of Virginia at Richmond on the charge of having broken into and entered the post-otllce at Gordonsvillc, Va., on March 28. 1 The chief wit ness for the United States at the pre liminary hearing before Commissioner Sloan'at noon was John K. McCarthy, alias "West Philadelphia Johnnie," once a yeggman, but now a lecturer, i using a movini; picture film, "Sen- 1 tenced for Life," as his text. O'Day was paroled from the State ' penitentiary, where lie was serving a tlfteen-year term for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

HISTORICAL SOCIETY HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING Association fop Preservation of Vir ginia Antiquities Hoars Re ports of l^rogreas. OPl-lOERS A II K K Ii K C T K L> Committee Hecommends That Gov ernment Iluild Now Approach to Jamestown Island?Mrs. J. Tay lor Kllyson Is Elected President. Tho annual meeting of the Assoela Llon for the Preservation of Virginia j Antltjuitlo was held yesterday after noon at the John Marshall House. Mrs. William Hullln Cox was mado tem porary chairman, and after she lmU read her annual address Mrs. J. Taylor ( Kllyson took tho president's chair. | Iteporto of the various ofllc-jrs and j 'ommlttees of the organization Indl- i atcd that tlic association has enjoyed ??. prosperous year. The Jamestown report showed that Interest Is growing ? n t'?at historic point, and that the j number of visitors to the place Is con stantly Increasing. A resolution from the Jamestown committee strongly j recommended that the United States government build a bridge at onco con- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

PRICES ON EXCHANGE MAKE FURTHER GAINS Market Shows Tendency to Broaden, and Volume of Business is ! f Increasing. STEEL HUMOUS A Hi: CIHHKXT Junuarj- Bookings lvxpociiHl to Break All Records, anil May Hun Close to 1,000,000 Tons?No Attention j I'aid London's Stork Quotations. ; BV BKOADAN WAl.l.. NEW YOIAK. Jnnunr.v 5 - Prices mailo further sain? on tin- Stock K\cliaiige to day. The market showed a broadening ten dency and the volume of business a slight Increase Steel common was strong. rising n full point to 51'ii on Pittsburgh buying. Humors were current, which probably orlg- ' Innted in the Smoky City. Hint the Steel Corporation would show an Increase in ton nage during December of about -JOO.(K?> tons. January 1 ookings are c.\pei ted to break alt previous records and run 1 lose to J.o>\?\? tons new business for the month When the report was published here that a rail- j road had placed an order for la.OkM tons o! rails in Canada. Pittsburgh Immediately ; protested on the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

SIXTY-FOURTH TfcAtt. AD WTTEDLY THE HEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. I'KI.EI'IIONE VOUIl WANTS TO TUB TIMES DIHI'ATCH Randolph i i imadolpii want ad. hates. DAILY, en? Cfnt u word wh?n puld tn ad vance. No ad. taken for less than 10 centa. ?Vn Mn<l or'?-half cent* a word for ? ? i clusMtrl?d u<jg. except Bltuatlons Wunled at one cont h word. No ud. taken for leas man h, centtf. N?K.Af?S: tuke!1 for less than K centa when cnargcl or phonerl In. Phoned orrlera not ^j,a38,ncutloDB not *uuraat??d liOST AM) FOUND. A small poodle dog. female Howard if returned |<, m .\la;.o Street. LOS-!'. Tuesday afternoon on Lombardv ?Mtcet. hotwci'ii (Sraee and Floyd Av>?' ntie, ;i chatehtlno watch, and cameo pin. ?'<\vard ir returned to I Went Clrace. W;?T, Saturday morning on Ulnter ... . ?' i iCi,,? >a 'pdy'" black pockothook. ?imVi .'i 15 money, mileage Imuk oi l valuables ?>wn<rs name In xi'.7. fr" return. Address .Mir Maude Mclullough. 7'ii East drace....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 January 1915

r the house you want aa'^y lie offered to-day In the rlwmnl oh i*o|umna at Junl your price? read the aila. the times-dispatch ^idjmondEimc^Bi^iatcll RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915. the War in pictures ?tax l)r follonril In many i n (rrtKlInK drtulln from day to day (tirouich the times-dispatch THE TIMELY EVENT Our January Sale of Beds and Bedding Supplies Many and rare are the economies offered in this sale. Throughout our stock of Brass Reds, Enamel Beds, Blankets, Comforts, Mattresses and other Bedding needfuls we have made BIG REDUC TION'S IX PRICES! This, together with immense quantities and the well-known SUPERIOR QUALI TIES of the goods, makes this January Sale one of extarordinary and timely interest to homekeep ers. Visit the store (Third Floor) at your first opportunity. Big Pricc Reductions on Brass Beds and White Beds Single-bed and double-bed sizes; all new and perfect; a big variety to select from. $16.00 Brass Beds, $11.00. $1S.00 Brass Reds, $12.50. $22.00 Brass...

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

IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to rend the Want Ail eoluitiun. The little u<1m roll cot the tn-uU of ufTulrn. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR voi.rmi: Nt Mil 10 It 7 REAL ESTATE NEWS In prr.irotr?l dnlly nllh mi, un ?urpniMfd iirrfrvtlwu ot itrtnll ntiil Interrnt la THE TIMES-DISPATCH PAGES CLOUDY PRTPF. 9 ri?MTQ Prefers This Solution to Commis sion System of Tax Re adjustment. HOUSE COMMITTEE AT WORK Prepares Schedule for Public Hearings on Features of Tax Commission's Report. Governor Henry C. Stuart told the Finance Committee of tho Mouse of Debates yesterday afternoon that he was favorably disposed toward "some partial segregation plan" of taxation. For tho first time he publicly com mlted himself on the question. The Governor was speaking inform ally, and he ho qualified his utterance that he cannot be quoted as Indorsing In full the minority plan carried In the report of the Tax Commission. He made It clear, however, that his pref erence is for partial s'KreRntlon, and that he does not lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

? ?? ? J W * AA1 Villi JL % J Magnitude of Russia's Victory Over Turks Is Growing move there, owing to the high water and tho mini, The Husilaiiii continue to drive tJ>? Austrian* through the snow-covered passes of tho Carpathians and out of Bukowlna, and simultaneously ' are dealing in detail with the remnants of tho Turkish armies in Trans-Caucasia, which are reported either to have been routed or surrounded. The Turkish dash into this distant province of Russia is described by military men here as having been an unwise manoeuvre. Military opera tions In that part of the world would bo difficult in this season at any time, they say, but in a particularly severe winter there was little chance of the poorly equipped Turkish troops suc ceeding in their efforts Altogether, the Russians engaged the Turks In ten pitched battles. In many cases while knee deep In snow, and at tin altitude of from ti.OOO to 10, 000 feet. IMS Alt It EST CREATES I'ltOEOI Ml SKNSATIOX LONDON', January ?*.?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

CLOTHING SUPPLY FOR POOR NOW EXHAUSTED Associated Charities Distributes 2,313 Articles of Itulment and 234 Pairs of Khocs. COLORED WOKKEIIS LOSE HEART Of Moro Than 100 Who Professed Eagerness to Suw Timber for Fire wood, Only Nineteen Hliow Up for Work. Tho Associated Charltloa now has tho situation In regard to tho unemployed woll In hand, and the needs of appli cants of both races are being rr<et as rapidly as they are made known. l)r. Buchanan yesterday distributed through nineteen visitors. 2,31:1 articles of clothing and 234 pairs of shoes. Kvery piece of clothing, except that which came In yesterday, has now been distributed among thone who need rai ment almost as badly as they need food. Volunteer visitors investigate re ported conditions and supply emer gency needs. They report to the as sociation, and clothing and orders for food and fuel arc given them for proper distribution. In this way tho association avoids duplicating Its work, and prevents the habitually shiftless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD I SPORTS VIRGINIA LEAGUE Milt I BLOCKS BASEBALL DEAL; President Hontwrluht Refuses to Ac cept >10,000 nnd Ix*uve Territory to the Internaliotials. WHL APPKAL TO COMMISSION .? Telegram Sent to Danville, Making a Definite Offer?Committee l-'ormed to Secure Subscriptions for Stork in New Company. Practically asserting that no cash offer would Induco the Virginia League to relinquish its territorial rights hero. President J O. Boatwright last night rejected a proposition submitted to him by a committee authorized by local business men to organize a ?100.000, corporation to bring the Baltimore franchise in tTie Inteiumtional League to Richmond. Arrangements were Im mediately maile to carry the tluht 1>> - for the National Baseball Commission, which will be asked to draft this ter ritory from the Virginia League and turn It over to the class A A oriranlza tlon. The meeting last night was held In the Business Men's Club, being ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

M'KELWRY III CLASH WITH EDITHR CUK Charlotte Newspaper Mun Tells Northerners to Clean Up Their Own Slates First. I) K F E N l> S NORTH CAROLINA Tells Members of ('liikl Labor Com mittee "It Is None of Their Rusi nesH"?<Mi'Helway Replies, Quot ing Clark's Father Against Illm. WASHINGTON, January ?Reports concerning child labor in North Caro lina fanned a lively clash between Dr. A. J. MeKolway, Southern secretary of the national committee, ami David Clark, a Charlotte, N. C., editor, at to-day's session of the eleventh annual conference on child labor. -Mr. Clark declared that until North ern States had cleaned uj? their bar rooms, gambling and vice dens and Sunday theatres, they had no ri?ht to complain that children under thirteen years of ago were permitted to work in cotton mills. "Plainly speaking, It is none of their luisidohh," he said, referring to com plaints from Masstiehuseits and New York. He chargcd representatives of the committee with misrepresenting facts in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

THE TIMKS, founded IRS* THE DISPATCH. Kounilnt 1850 I'nltllnhrtf every day In the yenr liy The Tlmra. Pltpafrh rubllcklni; Company, Inc. Addrcan nil 1 communication! to Till-: TIMES-DISPATCH, I Tlmea-Dlapntch UulldlDg, 10 South Tenth Street, Illchinoad* Vk. fELKPnoxK, iiA.xnof.rn 1 Publication OIHce 10 South Tenth Street South Hlchmoud 1020 Hull Street Petcralnirir 100 North Sycamore Street i NM'fliburg 21S Eighth Street IIASRItOOW, STORY ?? BROOKS, INC., Special Advert lnliiR Hcprraentntl vca. Slew York 20(? Fifth Avenue ' Phllmlclii hln Mutual l.lfe Ilullillni; , Chlvoiio People'a Gn.t Untitling SCIISCRIPTION HATES IIV MAfI, One SI* Three One POSTAGE I*Ain Vcnr. Moa. Moa. Mo. Dally nml Sundny HO.00 9.1.OO ?t *>0 9 .?3 Dnlly only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .85 Sunday only 2.00 1 0(1 .50 .25 Ry Tlmen-Dlapntcli Carrier Delivery Service In Klrhmonil (and Mihurha) nml Petersburg! Dally with Sunday, one rrcek 15 centa Dally without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday only fi centa Entered January 2...

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

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes IRVING BACHELLEH WILL LECTURE AT WOMAN'S CLUB \uthor of "I?ben Holden" iinil Mm. Ilttcheller Arrive fa City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bacheller will arrive In Richmond on Monday to be Hit! g uob ts of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson at their home at the Union Theological Seminary for a brief uluy. Mr. Bacheller la to lecture at the Woman's Club on Monday after noon of the coming week upon the sub ject of his book, "Keeping Up With Lizzie," and the club members are look ing forward to his address with keen Interest, lie is one of the finest satir ists of the day, uttd a reformer, as well, who makes an appeal as wide as the country In which be lives. The keen, crisp humor of the author of "Eben Holden" and "D'rl and I" has placed him In the foremost rank of American writers of that style. Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson Is chair man of the afternoon, and will pre sent Mr. Bacheller to his audience. l.leutenunt Itolilnn Wrdft. Society in Richmond ...

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