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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

HUSTINGS COURT JUDGE ' 'GETS SALARY INCREASE Some Opposition Is Knrountcrrtl, hut It I'nssr.s Council by Vote of IS to <5. A L< I) E It >1 K N WII.L COXCUll Yearly Rum Mullen Now Hereivcs Is $3,BOO. of Which State Pays $t. 250 jini! City the llemaimler?Con tempt Case Continued. ISpeMal to The T!nies-Disy>atoh 1 PKTKHSHURG, V.\ . January 6.? | Every member of the Council ""as in i his seat at the regular session held last night, tho Jlrst time such a thing has occurred in a long while. Hy over ? two-thirds vote the rules were sus pended find an ordinance recommended by the Finance Committee was passed adding- f.'o'o a >? .ir t<> the salary of Judge J. M. Mullen, of the Hustings^ Court, innk 1 ng his futuro salary $3,r.0t>. ?~>f this the State will pay Si,"."'* and the city J2,2r>0. The ordinance gave rise to considerable discussion and some opposition. but it was passed hy a vote of !> to 0. and w 11 1>" concurred in by tJie 1 ?>?>;?! of Alde...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

HEAL ESTATE RECORD AM) COURT CALENDAR Transfers Show n Continued Demand for Btuull Property ut Nom inal Prices. 1IARWOOD TO BUILD HOUSE IMans to Erect $7,000 Residence on I'ark Avenue?Herbert O. Friend Secures rermit to lluild $3,500 lloine in Ilnrton Heights.' | Realty transactions polu^- to record yesterday nIiow a continued demand for tunal-I property at nominal prleetf. iho sales Ix-lriK in the main for resi dential property. The dealings for Korno time past have boon for this clans of property with lar*e sales occasion ally. II. II. Harwood planH to build a two story hrlrk dwelling or. the north side of I'ark Avenue, between Alton Avenue and Vino Street, that will cost approx imately 57.000. J. 11. Ilraxton Hold ycHtordav nfter noon the property known as 1021 St. I'otor Street to Emma Howell, the con sideration heliJK $ J .015. CIIAXCKItV TR A5fSKKIIS. Seven Ri-ciIm of llnrKnlu mill Snlc, Ainoiint I iik l ii .51 52?Irene IS I,It tlepajre, et ?x to .1. I >. Carneal, 2HxHG fee...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

ADVANCING TENDENCY OF PRICES IS CHECKED ! Tie-l'p in Subway ami Humors of Disaster Load to Itrrak In Market. FIRST Horn SKKS DKCIiIXK Missouri Pacific Drops to Xetv l/ow I'ijjurt"?Hethlchem Steel Loses Out Steel Coinmon?Other Steel Issues Strong?Copper Neglected. I*Y IIHOAIIAX WAI.I.. NKW YOKK, January 6?The advancing j t?nd?ncjr of prices rccflved u healthy clie<k ' at the opi' Ins of to-<iHy'a stock market ' from punly ln-.il iiniM's, A tie-up tn j llip ful'Miij1 held buck the downtown ush I for tw i hours, and rumors of a grout dts- . a.ster and the abteiico of the brokers j.ro- I duccJ a condition that displayed the nerv "UHtn.vi of mnikel condition*. mid mieie It easy for ruder.s to depress prices mo mentarily. lr.tcrl-orouKh-Metropolitiin preferred lost I points and fell to the minimum prico of &(:, while the common dropped to 10Rt. a loss of 1 points. Other stocks reacted In sympathy. although there was no con nection e.v.ept sentimentally, tind the nnr row n?ss if ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

jKidimoni) ?une?-i3ispafrlj sixty-fourth yhak ADMITTEDLY THE HEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVEHTISINO. fKMOPIIONB YOUR WANTS TO THE T1MJBK-DXBPATCH ttANDOL.1'11 1 1 HAMUOLPU j WANT AD. RATHS. DAILY, ens rent n wor<l when palrt'ln ad- I vonco. No ml. taken for le?n than 10 cent*. SL'NI>AY. one and one-half centn * word for ' nil cluiullled uda. except Hltuutlon? Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. tuken for leas than 16 cent*. XO AIIH. taken for leau than ? centa when charged or phoned In. Fhoned orcJcra not guaranteed. Ciaaslflcatlona not guaruntfced after *:Y) I*. M. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Saturduy morning on Ointor j Park car a lady's black poclfctbook, containing checks, nioiioy. mileage book and other valuablcH. Owner's name In slilo. Howard for return. Address Miss j Maude McCullough, 701 Ea*l Grace. I LOST Tuesday on Main Street car a i finger ring with red set. Liberal re ward If returned to l'jlO Floyd Avenue. , l.osT. on Mayo'B Hrldge, or Ion Four-' teenth St...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 January 1915

HHKgr; ? v. TO HELP BUSINESS ltrllevr In journi'lf, your coun try t Matr anil rllj?nntl tin In* Mtltutlunn?n ml my no. THE TIMES-DISPATCH @dmori RICHMOND, VA.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915; IT WILL PAY YOU to advertlae your rran<?? nrbcthrr you dralre to buy or Mil?-In THE TIMES-DISPATCH Exceptionally Good lvalues and Pleasing Variety Combine to Mah^e This-~-Our Best Anticipated by the hundreds of our patrons who have for years past shared in such distributions, the Miller & lUioads January Muslinwear Sale will open to-day Thursday) with an exceptionally worth while presentation of values! In addition to thou sands of undergarments, all spic, span new, whose workmanship and qualities of materials, trimmings, etc., are of the usual Miller it Khoads standard, there are quanti ties of? SAMPLE GARMENTS FULLY ONE-THIRD UNDER PRICE Wo shrill not go Into descriptions of those garments beyond tho pl%in statement that VAl-t'KS are so unusual. SO KXTi:AOKDI NARY they must 1 taken advantag...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

CULTIVATE THE HABIT of rt-iifllti(f tlir Want Ad column*. Thrjr loll of oi?iiortuultlrx la many dlrei-t lonn. THE TIMES-DISPATCH G5th YEAR VOLl'IIK (13 mmiikh k. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915.?TWELVE PAGES WMATJIKH FAIR TO KEEP INFORMED On mnttrrM of Importune* lu I'll)', MtHtr an?l nntluu, you ticrd liu( rrail THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS TO ANOT Says Tax Plan Would Cost State, $25,000 Per Annum?Wants ! Each Section Represented. ^ MONTAGUE DEFENDS REPORT1 i House Finance Committee Spends i Busy Day Studying Work of Tax Commission. The Finance Committee of the House of I )??I^prn.t**:j ma iio further progress with Its review of the Tax Commis sion's report nt the two sittings yes terday. After devoting the morning partly to hearing from :i delegation representing tlie business interest!* of Alexandria, who submitted some Ideas! i I'gnrd 1 iijjt the license tax on merchants. j and partly to consideration of the si*;r- j relation system of taxation, the com - I mittee spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

Russians Report Successes Against Turks and Austriansl forest two nnfl^ one-half miles from Altltlrch. Here the French "7DV have battered the German guns Into silence, and have established themselves in positions which command th?- earth works* which dofend the town In three lines on the south and southwest. Elsewhere, on tin- 37<vmilo battle front, artillery duels wort- fought at a number of scattered points.-but the weather conditions haw been so had that operations of extensive character have bet n impossible. Aviator.s who were circling over nun kirk in numbers, evidently acting as scouts to protect the three Zeppelins which were reported unolliciullv to be on their waj to attack the English coast. were driven off hv the fire from the high-angle eut.s ??f the Belgian and French batteries. t'OMJl'lT M < t KSM'l I. MIX I Mi OPICIt ATKINS ? ">11 their part, the French conducted successful mining operations against the Germans in tiie region of Lille. The Germans attacked v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

PROFESSOR F. C. HIHR DIES OF HEART FAILURE Widely-Known MuhIc Master Passes A way at Stuart Circle Hospital. WAS A COMPOSER OF NOTE Had Taught Many Distinguished Pu pils, Some of Whom Have Played Before Great Audiences in -This Country and Abroad. I''f?dPrli;k Charles Hahr, one of the most widely known ti-iicliers and com posers of music In this section. <Jle<l last nlKlit at 8:05 o'clock sit the Stuart Circle Hospital, after a brief ill nous, of heart failure. Jle was born In Sweden, but hail passed most ?>f his life in L'lls city, where lie was known as a mu sician of rare power an?l a thorough student of the underlying principles of Ills profession. Amioiik his writings have been several pieces for or chestral performance which have shower] unusual melody, lie bad many pupils who have become perforrtiera of note, iiicludliiK John Powell, who has played some of tho compositions of bis music master before audiences In tills country and abroad. I'rofessor llalir Is survived...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

(sports c NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? sports Vt ?' I ? 1 ' m I! II II M .... I I ??? I . ? ~= 1 ' 1 II MIHWI II I ? ii DOmilCHT CANNOT | ACCEPT PROPOSITION ? i So Wiros Alvin M. Hmltli in Ilcply J to Mesauge Sent Wednesday >?i^lit. ! Has Notified Club Owners. RICHMOND AWAITS It E S I L T Fans Hoping That tlio Magnates Will See the Handwriting on the "Wall j and Gracefully Withdraw ? Vlr- ! ginia League Dead in This City. I "I have no authority to accept any j proposition other than made by the i league on the 4th. Have wired your j proposition to en< h cluh." Thle is tlie mi'?5a(!c President J. O. j Boatwright pent to Alvin M. Smith in reply to the niKht nussasi' forwarded ] Wednesday nliiht. after the meeting off th? business men's baseball coiumlt tee. What will be the result, if any, of the messages Boatwrlght dispatched i? hard to *urmise? It Is likely that the ' league members will drop negotiations under the impression that they liave j this city complet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

MRS. LUCY G. MARTIN DIES AFTER EXTENDED ILLNESS Wife of Hentor United State* Kcna tor Thomas S. Martin Passes Away at Cliarlottesvllle llomo. FUNEUATi AVIIilj HE TO-MOKKONV For Three Weeks Condition of Mrs. Martin Had lleen Desperate, Al though Fact Was Not (Generally Known. f'I IA RIjOTTKSV TU.K, VA.. January 7. -Mrs. I.ucy C. Martin, wife of United States Senator Thomas S. Martin, died shortly before noon to-day at the Mar tin hoine 011 tho Ivy Koad, Just went of the University of Virginia. Tho fum-ral will take place from tho resi dence at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, and the Interment will bo In the University Cemetery. Mrs. Martin's health had |{lvcn tfio family and friends concern for the past seven years. She spent some time abroad In a cruise along the Mediter ranean, and in recent years frequently visited Saranac. About two years ago her life was despaired of, but she rallied, showing marked Improvement, ller condition grow worse tills winter, ami during the past three week...

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

THK T1MRS, Kuuudril 18WI VIIK DISPATCH, rounded 1H5W Published tvtry dor In (hr yenr I?y Tho Tlnim OtNiintch Ptibllnhlriff Company, Inc. Addrrmi nil rommunlrntlatu to TUK TI.MI?8-I)ISPATCII, Vlmei-Uliiintck Uitlldlnt, 10 South Tenth Street. Ulchm*Md? V*. -raSLEPIIOXR. UANDOf.ru 1 ?'ohllentlon Ofllee.... 10 South Tenth Street Sonth It Ichuiond 1020 Hull Street ? ?eterxliuric 100 .North Syenmorc Street I - "fhlmrff SIS Elelilb Street IIAsnitOOtv. STOItV A DIIOOKS, IXC., Special AdTCrtlnlnr lleprenentntlvea. '"fiT York 200 Fifth Avenue I'lillmleljihla Mutual I.lfe nulliltng CUIeatiO People'* tiaa Uulldlni; sciisciiiptiox rates nv MAIT< One SI* Tliree One POSTAftR PAID Venr. Mo*. Mo#. Mo. Dulljr nud Sunday* ?. .90.00 53.OO $1.50 f .5."V Dully only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .115 Sunday only Jt.OO l.OO BO .25 tly TlmCH-DInpnteh Cnrrler Drllvrry SerTlce In litehmond (nnd nuliurlml anil Petersburg! Dnily itI(1i Sunday, one week 15 cent*. Onlly without Sundny. one lrpok .10 eeot? Mitidny only 0 ecnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

Household ? SOd ? f Voc: Pc,SOnal Interests k-/ V-*/ 1 I a X' X Notes BRILLIANT SCENE AT CONFEDERATE BALL Itlclminntl CliRptrr (ilvrii Annunt Kn tertfiliiniciit nl Masonic Trni|ilr?Mr*. W111 In Kiitrrtalns ut Luncheon. Mrs. Kdward J. Willis was liostoss at a lovoly luncheon given at "Pem broke," the ImnilHuinc country home of the Willises on tIk; Cary Street Hoad, yesterday. The affair was lit honor of Miss 101 leu Wright Wise, a debutante ?if the winter, an?l thoso Invited to meet Miss Wise at luncheon were Misses Kugonla Fairfax, of Loudoun County: Anno Hoy Johnston, Isabello l'erkltiHon, of the University of Vir ginia: Mary I^yon Tyler, Hoberta Kyle I'leasants, Ethel Alston Cabell, Anno Myers and Allco Hurwell'Keed. Covers were teld for ten, anil the'table was set wltn a centrepiece of red roses and narcissus arranged in one large bas ket, surrounded by smaller baskets filled with the same (lowers. .Ferns and red and white Mowers were used in the drawing-rooms and hall. Another a...

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

REAL ESTATE RECORD AND COURT CALENDAR Small Suburban Property Shows Most Active Deiumul?Some Good Hales Made. TO ERECT HOW OF DWELLINGS II. II. Melton Obtains I'crnilt for Structures on Floyd Avenue?lte lease Deeds Show Larger Aggre- t Kate Than Deeds of Trust. t Real estate transactions yesterday show that there is ;? steady demand on the local market for small property. Realty situated in the suburbs is show Ing the greatest activity ami the ma jority of sales being made are for that class of property. A feature of the business yesterday was the Increaso of release deeds over the deeds of trust, both in number and amount involved. A permit was Issued by the Building Inspector yesterday to B II Melton for the erection of eight brick dwell ings on the north side of Floyd Avenue, between l>ooley ami t'renshaw Streets, the aggregate of which is $-7,500. Charles K. Strang, surviving part ner in the retail grocery business of Strang &? Parrish, doing business at 1 731 -3 Kast Mai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

MRS. VALENTINE AGAIN HEADS SUFFRAGE LEAGUE 1'rjtes United Work to Capture Gen eral Assembly of U>10. MRS. CLARKK MAKIiH REPORT Wuh in Delegation Which Callod on President Wilson?W ants .Less "Belittling Chivalry" and More "WholeHome Revpect." Kcwor roses, .smiles and the belit tling chivalry that treats woman as if her i>1 aco were a ltttlo lower from an Intellectual standpoint. and more wholesome respect, if. according to Mrs. (J. Harvey Clarke, the typo of com panslilp that the woman of to-day asks ol' men. Mrs. Clarke was one of a deputation of wqmen who waited upon I'resident Wilson In Washington this week to ascertain his position 011 the suffrage question, and she related the experience >?>sterday at the annual meeting of the itichmond Suffrage league. She said, with a twinkle, that the nation's chief executive was very courteous and very noncommittal. She urged women to keep up with tin* questions of the day, particularly those relating to popular government, and ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

Sulisiam f;,i iJviilu1*'.* in Inilustrials Kin/illy I iff Kails shut-ply. Hrimi,i\(, i s ti:i> < outfit inn lti-oimht \ Itoiit lit I'nhlit 1 ikI Hutliri- Titan .Xrtixity or Mjiiii|n>l:i( ion?('ointnKsioti ltti*i ttfss ai Miiiiinimt. it % It Kit mi \ v v\ \ t | NKW YOUK. .Ijh.,1 ,fv T -Si Klr"?c in a broadening market with m:7--: . .? ... ?. t iit finullv lifted the jis Miut ply. 1 11<t . |.r?>!i: : ir s :? ii . '???King p< i. n i < .. . ,. ! - 1'iicht i * .1 i -?, . .? . ? ii< tivity oi ir.juil; ; ? . -t is Vti?i sit iiic nilnlnkum and ? ?II . .n?: ii ?A incr. iii; i ?? . i v tliin- ..>%!..: v ; . ? ?! libtkltiK iik. ..s iinniiorouH an th<?v nr? tr. tho Common H|wtr*>K ?..!,! ?Imvo z\ I The in: I r i 11 ? > n I ?iM>* Jtistl: Jo the lu-avy i. V. ?? | Itoiii:! t ; ? . x ? Hotv i'of in St.. ,- . .. ?., er?A?tliK *!>?? til... I.. .. ?! . a4 .! Unttfeji States St< ti i? tint MirprfMr.g In W reoo'rteri oiirnltrvL Bethlehem M... ... : . .!. nM,r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

flIXTY-FOTJHTH Vh,An AD WITTEDLY the best medium in this south von class. IKIED ADVEUTISING VKLKPHOM3 VOCIt wants to ?E TIMIiS-DIHIWTCH IIAADOLPH 1 , hanDOLFH WANT A I). IIATES. S/? aMui.ra aj1 clt8J,n?^ ^u. ^c^t'Lituu^on.^nUO Ihan Ui conta. W?rd" No ^ ^.nJSr?V Sftrr S& il ^Iaa?"1<-?tloni? not guurunleed JIIEL*? WAXTED?Mule. WrU.i fSr? 1M?nyItr,f' ?t homo0' ?fKt. Cull Servlco Dept.. I'hiludelphiu. i ItAiMVAV MAIL ClVl3HICS WANTiriT* i X\1.rT^rtt,.rVi,MOW ""Cor,u"'' ~^d r In L tv \r?|L'.rLnu.non 1 l?"?'tlon for; ?i Inn rSmnrJ' P iul0?-.w;hH of work. ?:* &i:in0% <$?;?? *j "Son^iUihir a>' ?"'* ' '"'i5 , x:"''V: ' Au,!'M.'VV;T,;'{S- '?hitni.-K, clTrlrnTT i^k ^rrr-.--- 1 I'M. .?r,.a./i inceV t/ood*'t*fiki?r' IfkAT1 ll"1" " '" J'.1 Hlohrnt>r,<l woul.Mik. !,, i?? !?'?? *Vi7?1-' tlOFl With <j\) fior t U f! j | /,? in r?tf, ? ' i? f i?f.y?'af,'r"'c*"-' "?\ t,.i, I'.-t) i siiuri;. \ it. ? ' HKLi* XV ANTKI)?Female. >?SM ?i=r mms: Stri-Mt 1 kt .Main wH?TSttSiVrviVrr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 January 1915

IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try n t'lii??ltlr?t Ail. In the Situation W nnlril I oluuin. Ic n Horil. THE TIMES-DISPATCH jRfcljfflonft ffiimeg -fU^patctj KICHMOND, VA.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1915. THE HOME YOU WANT ?n?jr be ndvrrtlNvti to-day or to- . morrotv In the <*IiinnIII?><1 columns. It |>N}'N to wntch thrm. THE TIMES-DISPATCH \wwvt wjxesssiRxaria ? r^7"V . O. i ^ &/'i '?'.' /? V "->????' '. ? >~J :'?% >.*"' ' ???> -.'Sl*.-??f!fi\fr*.. ~ ?'>' rj, T "?? ' -* ' ?' -,-: ?'???- v.'k*\ ;. r". >:. *3 REMNANT 1>A^ inSTTTE^S ay n r 1 r=srii I 1 housands oi: Remnants of Silks, Wool Dress Goods and Cotton Wash fabrics! To-day's Remnant Sales will include un usuallv largo and line lots of these goods, as well as maiiy FXCKPTIOXAL BARGAINS. Women who wish to economize are apt. to find the very fabric ihey want for waist, skirt, dress or suit anion;: (lie remanants thai are marked very low for this Friday selling. See Aiain Floor Tables. Other Features To-Day: incl...

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

FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of city and Slate tlic beat uirilluui In all Virginia La THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th'YEAR VOLII.1IK A3 MI.MHKK 0 RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1915. TEN PAGES WHATIIKIl TO-IlAYt " ?FAIR THE CHILDREN'S PACE In tlie SI' \ li V V l??ur In nn i'D trrtalnlnjc feature for young and old. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS IT HE WILL BE IN NEXT L Audience of 4,000 Cheers . Until President Calls for Quiet. HE DEFENDS RECORD OF ADMINISTRATION Attacks Republican Party, Which, He Says, Has Not Had New Idea in Thirty Years. GRAVELY WARNS DEMOCRATS l.'rgos Pcoplo of I'nltcfl Stntes Not tc> Pay Ton Much Attention to European War. INDIANAPOLIS, January S- Presi dent Wilson, in a Jackson Day speech here to-day, voiced what his hearers interpreted hh a hint that lie might be a candidate f or the presidency again in 1011. The audience of more j tlian 4.000 people rope to their feet j and cheered until the President called J for quiet. j % The President hail been discussing , tho Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 9 January 1915

Rqumania Reported^ Mobilizing of Entering War rest insists, however, 011 the correct ness of Its correspondent's statement, and says that even now Cardinal Mer eier is not permitted to leave Maltnes. From Paris comes a report tMat Ron mania and Italy have reached an agree ment to enter the war simultaneously. COM PA It ATI VK <H' IKT I'ltKVMI.S AHOt'T I*H7.KMY8IJ BERLIN', January 7 (by wireless via London, 7:4 & P. M.).-Comparative quiet prevails about Pr*emysl, accord ing? to reports from Vienna. Russian attempts to renew the offensive havo proved Ineffective. The Garrison, these reports says, makes regular sorties, capturing pris oners and war material. Several Car pathian rivers have overflowed their banks. making: extensive operations Impossible. AITSTHIA PI! OTKSTH AtiAIXST oa t l'ATIOV OF AVl.OXA MILAN (via London, 3:07 A. M.), Jan uary 9.-The Secolo asserts that Count Leopold von Horchtold, Austrian Min ister of Foreign Affairs, has sent a not? to ltal>, protesting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 9 January 1915

Interesting ami Impressive Service Will l$e Held In Petersburg on Sunday. TO OBSERVK LKK'3 BIRTHDAY Appropriate KxerrisCR Being Arrang ed by A. 1*. Hill Camp of Confed erate Veterans-Sussex Negro is PI need in Jail for Safe-Keeping. PETERSBURG, VA., January 8.-An Interesting find Impressive scrvice will bo hold In tins Washington Street M. E. Church at the regular morning hour ?i? Sunday. Ill rocogpltlon of the legisla tion of the general conference of t?o Methodist Church at it* last meeting. till the church olllcers or members of the quarterly conference will he pub licly Installed. These otllcers are mem bers of the hoaril of stewards, church trustees, superintendent and assistant superintendent of tlx- Sunday school. iii>, *|* | ? 4. pastor. I ?r. W ilkinson, will have rliurKi* tif the service, and Ills eei'tnoti will he appropriate to the oc . easloii. To Olobrnte I.ee'w Illrtlidily. A. P. Illll < 'amp of Confederate Vet erans will appropriately observe the approaching an...

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