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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 21 January 1915

CULTIVATE THE HABIT of rrndlnir tlir Wnnt Ad column*. Tlicy f r 11 of upportunltlrK In many directIon*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH fhrfjmonii RICHMOND VA THTTRSnAV .TAMTTARV 91 1< Miller & Rhoads-The Shopping Centre Women's Coats Have You Seen 1 the Ones We're | Advertising For 9 If not, you're missing a wonderful lot of Coats; also the season's most WONDERFUL VALUE. Come to-day?early?and make your selection from the lot of 85 Coats; that's all that's left of them. Stylish pile fabrics, diagonals, mixtures, corduroys, velvets, etc., in colors and black; ALL SIZES for the miss of 16 to 20 years up to women's, 36 to 40 bust. Choice only $10.00. All we ask is your inspection. Second Floor. 7 o-day The Last Day of the Bed and Bedding Sale The big January Housekeepers' Event, in which Brass Beds, White Enamel Beds, Mattresses. Springs, Bedcoverings, etc., are being offered at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Have you taken advantage of it J o NORFOLK HOUSEWIVES j INSPECT LOCAL PLANT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED <?0 mnttrr* of Importance In fit}-, SlNlr nud nntloo, you need luit ri-ml THE TIMES-DISPATCH (35th YEAR voi.iimic (is KttMIIKR - RICHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. REAL OPPORTUNITIES are often found In the little atorlea told In the >\ nnt Ada. It iiaya to read them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH wi: a Tin: it VAfR TO-UAYi r TAX BATTLE WAGES OUTSIDE OF HALLS Governor Stuart Puts Finishing Touches to Administration Plan for Segregation. SENATORS PREPARING BILL House Votes for Tax on Cider. Flood of Local Bills Continues. TT.H buttle l>Ot WCCH the Segregationand the advocates of the commission system of taxation waged fiercely yesterday. 'Die operations of the opposing forces were conducted outside I ho lepisiatu ,. chambers I he ntiength of the commission advocates in rent red |,, ()le Senate The "egregationlsts increased their strength In the House yesterday, if the days result* show any change. Certainly there ,VaH n,> ?'Vldotl...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

Fighting in West Continues to Be of Intermittent Nature rrussla. Where they destroyed some building*- #Jk Holland! has ? sked Germany to explain reports that the German airship* on their way to England passed over Dutch territory. If Kill TO At'STHIAX Til HONK AT <;KHM AN IIKADOVAU I Kits Archduke Charles Francis, heir to the Austrian throne, has *r[,vort " German headquarters on a visit ... U Kmperor. and Huron Stephen Rurian. the Austro-11 ungarian Minister of I-oi-elgn Affairs. Is due there within a fe (l(lv? It Is expected the conference of the Germanic allies will decide whether the Austro-Oerinnnr. will po on with the expedition for the subjugation of Servla or turn their attention to the Russian armies invading Hungarj from the north and enst. With all her other occupations, hngland has found force to deal with the ?Mad" Mullah, who has been stirring mi the tribes in Somallland and attacking those friendly to Great Hrltaln. The Mullah ? adherents have been defeated...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

II. S. MUST DEVELOP TRADE WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES "f Vital Consequence to America's Future That. Advantage He Taken of Present Opportunity. I STABURII F 1 It M FOOTHOLD Manufacturers Urged to Rxploit Products of This Nation and CJaln j Such Position in Commerce That I Cannot Ho Dislodged. ST. DOUIS, January 21?"One week | "f the Kuropean war din more than ten ??ars of academic discussion to convinrn the American people that foreign | iraiie Is a vltnl element 111 domesticprosperity, No doubt remains that the , nation Is determined to see its foreign I ointnerce safeguarded and Increased." I This statement was made to-night by ! ?'ames A. Karreil, president of the ] t'nited States Jsteei Corporation, in an ?tddress to a hanqiiet of delegates of he l''or*lf;n Trade Conv<?ntlon, in session here. Mr Karrcll continued: "What advantage or disad vn n tage 'lie war will brim; us depends largely upon Its changes iij Industrial trade elations. tiiat cannot he forecasted Meanwhile, t...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

Useful \y 7 1 U Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story MH. VIUOH'Jt WIM,. Hy Clm-Uan llarklr. "Nurie," said Mr. Amos Prior, peering over the edge of the bedclothes like an Irascible gnome; "nurse, did tho doctor say that I was dying?" The slender, white-clad figure at the window turned Instantly and came to tho bedside. A pair of blue eyes looked down at the anxious face of the sick, old man "No. indeed, Mr Pryor," she said cheerily. "Dr. Kraley says you are getting along splendidly, and that he will have you out within a month. You will h?VA tn do your share, though!" b)ic warned playfully, as she brought him a cup of steaming broth from the electric plate In the next room. "In a month?humph'" snorted Mr Prior suspiciously. "Out in a month bey? Uut where' In tlie cemetery?" j "Nonsense'" reproved tho pretty nurse, as she h<*ld the cup to his lips. "No one would cam if I never recovered," muttered the sirk man after a while. Nurse Alnslee flushed. "You mustn...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

Ml BOMS MID 1 HOIS IN PETERSBURG Money nntl Food Stolen, and Thieves Make Ksi-upo With Their Plunder. I'KAVK NOT 10 ASKING MONET After Concluding I.unch, They Make | Written Itcquest for Cash on Next Visit?I)r. llanby's Pursuit Is j Checked at Point of Pistol. [Special to Tho Tlmcs-Dlsoatch.l I'KTKHSBUIUi. VA.. January 21.? Several residences In tho southern section of the city?nil In tho same neighborhood?wero entered by burglars ? arly last night, the famn men. It Ih believed, doing all 'ho work. The ?iwelllng occupied Jointly by It. A. ?lourty, superintendent of tho Petersburg Oas Company, and S. 1'. IIoat?, Hssinant cashier ot the American Hank nnd Trust Company, on South f-'yeamore Street, was broken Into and robbed of clothes and Jewolry belonging ?o Mr. Hong. They also visited 'ho dining-room and partook of < dlbles, leaving a note requesting that Money be left for them on tho next visit, l-'roni the residence of Hatcher Seward nearby, was taken a very line overcoa...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

jSidimorifo fiin^-fltepatri) THE TIMES, Foundrd . 1888 THE DISPATCH. rounded.. lHflO Published every d?jr In the year l?y The Tliuea. Dlapaleh Publlnhlng; Coinpnoy, Inc. Adtlrrns nil romuinnlcatlon* to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlmr?-l)lipi(th Dolldlat, 10 South Tooth Street Ulchinond, Vcl. iKLKrnoxE, iuNDo;,ru 1 Pul.-llonilon Ofllco 10 South Tenlh Street South Hlchraond 1020 Hull Street Helernhuric 100 North Sycamore Street ? "vrliliur^ aiS mghth Street IIASRHOOK, STORY A BROOKS. I.\C., Special AdTertlnlnc Ilepreacntatlvea. \m York 200 Filth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life lIulldlnK Chlcnuo Peoplc'a Gas Ilulldljiy SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY MAIL One Six Three One POSTAGE PAIR Year. Mom. BIoh. Mo. Dally mill Sunday *8.00 ?:?.00 fl.TO S .85 Dally only 4 OO ri.OO l.OO .3B Sunday only S.00 l.OO .DO .25 My Tlmea-DIspatch Carrier Delivery Service In ftichmund (and mihurlm) and Petersburg! Dally with Sunday, one vreek IB cent* Daily without Sunday, one week 10 centa hundny only C centa 1 Kntcred Jai...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

BACHELORS' COTILLION GIVES DANCE TO-NIGHT ?^ccond Kail of Season to Re Hold at ?Jeff orson Hotel To-Night, With Brilliant Company. WKDDING CARDS ARK ISSUED , Mis* Nancy Cutter Foreman, of Norfolk, to Become Bride of John ('llliam Muiuc? Miss McCluer, of lion Air, to Wed J. 11. Ullliiffn, Jr. Tho leading society event of this ??veiling will be the second dance of tho Oaehelors' Cotillion Club, which is to be given from 9 to 12:30 o'clock in tin* ballroonj of tho Jefferson Hotel. I'lit ronesscs receiving for tho club this evening wl!!,Include Mrs. Henry I.andon Cabell, Mrs, Barton Huxnll Wise, Mrs. I St. George Bryan, Mrs. Walter S. Mc--N'elll and Mrs. Charles Craddock Barksdale. lCvent* of Ventrrdar. Miss Carter Ingrain, a debutante of tills Reason, was guest of honor at a prettily appointed luncheon given by ?Mrs. Gordon Wallace at "Kllerslie," her country place on the Cary Street Koad. The table was decorated In pink roses and narcissus, and the attractive place cards were also in ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHt.F.TIC WORLD I SPORTS] FINAL Ml TO SIGN ' FOB BETTER BASEBALL Canvassing Committee Winds I'p Whirlwind Campaign ? .Amount l'ledged to Ho Known To-.\ight. SMITH I'l.ACKS !."?? SIIAKKS Chairman Pnivos Himself a Hustler. Wliilc Kigures Art* Not Available, it Is Said the 1'ti lit I Will Fall Short of the Xecessar> lj? 10,000. Cha irtnan AlvAn M Smith mid several mcml ? is i t tin 1 ?.i>t I.-ill committee had another 1?.j?-\ <I:i\ \osterdny in SicUI itm I'l'iii:- - t ? !: Hi 'l< ?' tho baseball de.l whereby .tack IMinn's Orioles will lip lv-ought t>> this city. Smith reported Inst night that the result of tin- day's worl; w ;is about $!,?"? 00 or l.">0 wltar> s. What tho crow of ranvassors have nrcntu pllshed, hnivov^r, tin- chairman could Ji.it -ay and only to-niuTit when rt ports conic in w ill he the grand total he lill'HVIt. While the .<um secure...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

l'rovldes Machinery to Put Segrogntlon Plan Into Kffect. II \S APPROVAL OF GOVKRNOK lielleved It Will Meet Objections of Commission Advocates, Who, Up to This Time, Have Not Committed Themselves to Segregation. Simultaneously to-day there will bo iiitroducetl In tlio House l>y Aubrey G. Weaver, of Warren, chairman of tbe llouHe Finance Committee, and In the Senate by Senator H. K. liuchanan, of Smyth, a member of the State Tax Commission, a bill supplemental to the bill utroduced enrller In the week by Mr. Weaver, which wni> designated by him ?tie "administration bill." The supplementary bill Is doslmiod ?o furnish the. machinery for pnttinir uto operation the segregation system of taxation, which wan worked out by ihe 'iovrnor and the segregationist lenders In both branches of the General \sseiiibly. It is the confident belief of the element opposed to the commission ? vstern that every objection raised to ?lie original partial sfgrogntlon plan iias lieen swep...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

BANKERS ID PUBLIC ' 'IFJ I/ike Ii Away From I'rofesslonnls, and Wall Street Set's Heal Hull Movement. IT S.WdHS or OliOKX TIMKS I puarcl Trend l.ikcly to Continue 1 "m II Carrying Of .Marginal Aremtiits \\ enketis Technical INisilimi?Heavy Koreijjn Sales. "V ItKOAIIAN \V \ I I.. tt,^?~i\\ .VOI,{K r Investors took the l.lt l? ,v r iI| !MV.(V *l? , quotation* in IX broadening market t?H.( .?.,vnr..,i old-fashioned mars'- .?<?n?!on sold fully BO.iW shares. but thl* .1 WftftT onful : front. N'cw ., ,, n,. v,,, I'ennsylvrif in. <.n,? ,j th .. I. t. ' \ of the railroads. gained Union I'acltlc lose morn Hi:,-, f, J. .11 ? : \?rsIl rrn pr.-ferr. I. .,\ . ? , ? MsretiMvoly strot.p i.? the presence ?r J J|'? aetlvltr. Reading was almost over looked in its I-|>oln( advance Omc of the surprises of'lhe'dny was thn heavy era- r It the M., I, :id\am|.ir trom S3 to : % In ( heavy selling by the fntnlcT! p..ii??c Ii |, h. !i..y,.,| In <o'nquarter?. t?-at m...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

ftirlimoiiii (Dmes-flispjiirii SIXTY-FIFTH Y13ATI ADMITTEDLY TUB HE8T MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH KOH CLASSIKIED ADVERTISING. I'KIiRPIIONE VAUlt WANTS TO TUE TIM ICS- DISPATCH IHMJOLI'II 1 1 11A .\DOU>]| WANT AD. nATICS. "All.T, ono cent a word when paid In ?4* tance. No utl, taken Tor Icmm thun 10 cent#. M NDAV, one and one-half centH u word for * 1 dandified (!<??. except Hltu-ittonrt Wanted *t one rent a word. No ml. tuHc-n for lea* J.iaii 15 cunts. No AltS. taken foi eci tbfcn 85 cent* when charged or pbon?d In. Phoned ordcre not l?i<nri,nteed. f.'iiMSlllcatlonii not cuurunteod LOST ANII FOUND. I.''ST, Wednesday evening. probably on Broad Street, rouml hlu.-k onyx pin \'.itli ormillion(uI ???? i?Ir??. }'? reward if turned it, t),,. it.-t- m.u_ 11 ..id, I .'1ST, a | i)i | Mu ' larnlha Sorority |?lii, soiiii-w ii(-i< lii'Uvi'idi Centenary ' huri'li ami Woman's (Niili'Kv. Howard 1 I urm-il Woman's C?dleg? 1IELL' WANTED?Main. ? ?V,?..V'l'ED, railw...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 January 1915

TO HELP BUSINESS llrllfvr In j-mirm-lf, your counIry, Stdtr nnil oily?hiiiI tin InMtlfutlonn?nnil iiojr ?o. THE TIMES-DISPATCH fUdpitond ?ttUE?-P$patrf) RICHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. THE HOME YOU WANT mny br advrrtlatd to-day or to. morrow In (he oUanlBtd volumu, It paya to watch thrm. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Miller & Rhoads?"The Shopping Centre To-Day an Unusual 11?TT 11? )r\\ KEMNANT DAY Ii^lLli=^ZP= ar Sale! J o Economists?those wishing to save money on desirable winter merchandise?this sale Will be more interesting than any Remnant Sale we've held in twelve months. We have turned on the searchlight. Its rays have penetrated deep into every nook and cranny of the store; and willing hands have brought to view hundreds of odds and ends and lots of seasonable goods, whose quick disposal we now figure is an urgent necessity. These accumulations, consisting of goods of almost every known character and located in almost every section of the store, need only lower price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

REAL ESTATE NEWS In prcfteuted dully with nn uofturpnnHed perfection of detail and Intercut In THE TIMES-DISPATCH (55th YEAR VOIiDMH 8S m'miikh -jl:I RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915. ?TEN PAGES WRATIIKIl D ATM TO-DAYi THE HOUSE YOU WANT may be offered to-day In the claaatfled column* at Junt your price? read the nit?. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS Administration Measure Comes to House With Names of Fifty-two Patrons. FIGHT IS NOW IN THE SENATE Merchants' License Bill Is Further Riddled as House Prolongs Debate. Tli" segregationists In the General Assembly arc Jubilant. This defeat of the commission form of taxation was half accomplished yesterday. The fight Ih over. so far as the House Is concerned. The Imttle there has been fought anil won. Yesterday was a day of triumph for the "administration" Will. As the adversaries of the commission form . express it, "the fighting is now in th?- enemy's country, the Senate." The Senate held another very brief session in the morni...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

After All-Day Battle, Fighting Continues in Western Field front*. There have been heavy torn bombardment#, and a light for a trench here and there, but no battle considered worthy of extended mention. Siege warfare continues, and, according to the opinion of the military experts, it will go on until tfie ground hardens sufficiently to enable ono of (he commanders to move a large body of men with a speed that will permit him to surprise his opponent and on- ! able him to find a weak spot In the line. In the cast, along the old front from the lower Vistula to Galicia, and In the Carpathians, the two armies remain in nbout the same positions as two months ago, all i tTorts by the Hermans to break down the Kusslan re- , slstanc? seemingly having failed, and the Russiun attempt to drive the ' Austro-Gertnan forces back to Cracow having met a similar fate. XO SKHIOl S HUNISTAXCK OFFKIUOD TO HI'SSIANS In the north, however, the new Rus- ' siriti offensive apparently has carried th?m well t...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

WARM CUMPAIGN ON FOR I H COURT JUDGESHIP I'riendu of George K. Wl?e Knter Former Councilman ns Candidate. KICKS HAH STRONG FOIA.OWING Mas Had Experience in Juvenile Court. Work, and Is Favorlto Anions "Workers for New Court. Frnest F. Butler After Clerkship. Promptly on tho heels of the active campaign that preceded tho Employment Bureau appointments. promises to follow a'n equally sharp campaign for the Judgeship that will he created by the establishment of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. Although the ordinance creating this court lias so far passed tho gauntlet of only one committee, and still faces an uncertain fate at the bunds of the Finance Committee, the city Is buzzing with candidates for the new positions that will he created If the measure becomes law. The ordinance provides for tho election by Council of a Judge to receive a salary of J1.R00 si year. As now drawn, the measure gives the Judge the power of appointing a clerk. It Is more than probable, however, th...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

Useful \\T J Li Et^ical Hints Woman and fiome Talks The iMorning Story "J ^lolly MeWnnfrr. A now l ok sour. Isabel had road much about economic independent for women, about the conwtant broadening of Roman's Industrial t?h..re and ol making use of one's ? b-nts and ability. "I'm afraid my only talent is soup," <e lamented. S""P Isardly a talent, my dear," proved her mother, who was not In > m pa thy with the progressive women j' tli- day. I'-iit might not the making of it prove to be, mother?" Isabel asked, half ::i earnest. "Xoiisense!" replied Mrs. Anderson, and d.; 111 the frivolous* suggestion '' om li- r mind. But this w is not the case with Isabel. J?he ii ? i h'.ir i of women who had made tidy little incomes by making aprons; she I.lie .V Of ! pirl who had made a fortune by making candy, and she had read of persons who specialized In chlckcn salads and crullers or mince j pies tor woman's exchanges. So wh> I might not she try her hand at soup?...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

[SPORTS r NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD J SPORTS] BUSINESS MEN ASKED TO SAVE RICHMOND'S HONOR l.ast Call for Subscript Ioiih to Nuance ltetter lla.sebull?Pumlt* .Must Ho ill Hi^lit by To-N light. t STRONG PUSH COM 1'MOT ICS IT 1 oniniKtco Stand to JjOhO 9)11,000, Pontetl to Guarantee Payment to Virginia League?CanvnHHerM' Hel?urt Is Disappointing. If the forfeit of $1,000 posted by the Hiisincss .Men's committee In to be saved and Itichmond t<? get better oaseliall, those having th'.' Interest of the > ity at heart will nave to open up then purses lo-day and make up the necessary amuunt to carry through the deal. Yesterday aftornoon the committee having the financing '>r the proj'-et in chargc met the canvaHHetH for, the ??'?'?J time since they were sent adrift last .Monday, and the reports were not very encouraging. ... . _,r- ? . Chairman Smith Haiti lust nli^lit that Sir> d Hi not Ktay until tho clono of tin* meeting, hilt ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

Jfirfimimii Cimc^-iBi^alrl) TIIE TIMES. IroundeU 1S8.1 niK DISPATCH. Kcu tided. . 1S50 Pul>M*hcd every day In the year by The Tlmr?. Dlapnlrh Publlahlnff Company, Inc. Addreaa all eommunlrntlona to Til 10 Tl.MES-DISI'ATCll. Ttmrii-Ultpalck UnOdtng, lO Soutlt Troth Street, Ulchm??ii, Vo. fELEI'HOXE, HAM)Or,Pn t rnhltcaflfli Drtlc*.. .....IV Sooth Tenth Street South Richmond 1020 Hull Street Prternliurc 100 North Sycamore Street LTI'chhure JJ1S 101khth Street ii.isniiooK. stohy a nnooKS. ixcSpecial AfTrrtlalnc Hcpreaentntl vca. Srxr York 200 I-'Iftta Avenue Philadelphia Mutual I.ifc Hulldlnjr ChleiKO...... People's llmm HulldlnK srnscKiPTiox rates nv MAIL, One Six Three One POSTAtiR PAITl Vear. Mob. Mm. Mo. Dally anil Sunday.... ?t(t OO *.1.00 *1 TO $ Dally only 4.00 2.00 1 OO .35 Sunday only... 2.00 1. OO . (VO .25 fly Tlme?-l)l*patch Carrier Dellrrry Senrlce 1b Richmond land ?nhurh*> and PeterahnrBi Dnlly vrlth Sunday, one neek. IB cent* Dally without Sunday, o...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 January 1915

MCHM)' COTILLION S PROVES BRILLIANT [VEHT |Second German of Season Is Given by Club al .JelTersoii Hotel. ?? V.NY COL'PLKS ON TIIK FLOOR ? inures Lead by Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Illatr?Ballroom Is Tastefully Decorated?Many Interesting Society fcvents ttet for To-Day. The rerond fiance of the Hachelor.s' ''jtllllon Club took placc last f: veiling " the ball room of tho Jefferson Hotel, ?v'tli a largo number of members ami iests in attendance. The stage, where e orchestra was seated, was banked n palms and hay trees, and tli?? suiiper ?<) > 1?- m wore arranged about the sides ? f the ballroom. The chaperones InclurlI .Mr,-. .1 Ht. <Ioorge Hi van. Mrs. liarn II. Wine. Mrs. Walter S. McNeill 'I Mr:*. 1'hiirlfn t'raddock itarksdale. \<lolphtis Clair lei I the g< rman, datic- ;; wilh Mrs. IJIair. Supper was served 11 '.clock. AmonK those dancing Wijrn Miss Lewi* Warren, with Darnley Vdainson. Ml?.s Mary Meek, with Wll- ? 'ii Meek; Mi.sh...

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