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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 January 1915

f . H eckly Bureau of Ini formal ion for All Who , Till the Soil or Are In - tcrcstcd in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT \ll InqulriM nnd roinmunlcufIodk (n 'I'llr Tliur><-DI*pittch will rm-lir promiit nftcntloa. 1'IiIm dr|iiirtni?Mit will vpiirur each Muuiliit, mill contribution* or kiikkcm! Ion* will lir wclcomrd. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar"S DOWN TO FUNDAMENTALS: THOUGHTS IN PLAIN FORM in .1. m. r I unlit o.l in Tli.- Time? ! Msj.al. h January 11 hn article written under tlio hen.|ln?r. l-'armer Shoulu, K now \U These Tltlnv follows ? loiik ?i ?i it. I. . PIM"- t?- ih.mi.al analysis <>t ? ?? < ? ??>e of nltr<?i-' li-'-i1"'1 "s- ,"1V*1*" ? al. Jum 1:11 lI? 'Ihi- is V, :A "? ?Hint; :? t-d .?:? 11 ?>? I! -'11 <'f sclehtllW attainment, t>?:t dimcult of comprehension to the average ,.f limited Information on sclcntlpc...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 January 1915

jRirhmorii) Cimt$flt$palcl] SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR I 1 ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH KOU CLASSIFIED advertising. VEIiEPUONB VVUIl AVA.KTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 ? IlAHDOtPII WANT AD. IIATE8. nAII.Y, on* ccnt a word yvhen paid In advance. No u<i. taken for le?? than 10 cents. ?t'NDAV, one and one-half cent* a word for all claaalfled ii^s. except Sltuutlqp* -Wanted *t on? cent a word. No a<J. Ulkciiefor lorn than 16 cants. SO ADH. t'uUen foi '?? than 23 cents ? h e n charged or phoned It*. Phoned or<Jer*??l tunrunteed. CiaselUcatlona not guuru.itood alter ?:?0 P. M. _______ JLOST AM? rOl'M). STRAYED, large yellow male Scotch Collie dog. with white collar ami feet, 15 roward fur return or informal .on leading: to return to 4l<*? \Vt-s?t 'I ?v? inri ?Mreet. Phone Madison ?1269-J. i.OST. h Phi Mu Mamma Sorority pin. Romi'Whcrv h< tw. cn Centenary Church and Womnn'x College. Reward returned Woman'H College. II EL** WANTE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 January 1915

CULTIVATE THE HABIT a( rrmllnu the Wnnl Ad column*. Thcj l|*ll or opportunities In iiiiu) tllrrrtlon*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915. THE MORNING STORY on 4hr Woman'* l'ace will nfTortl you R fcvr minute* mtntul r?Uiatlon dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH wear-ever:;* lapis LUMINU The Ware That Lasts a Generation You can cook "BADE MARK uminum Utensils Demonstrated in our Basement Section this week. Miller & Rhoads? "The Shopping Centn Special 7 o-Day Women's Pink Lingerie Night Gowns at $1 ri:al oni:-fifty value: We have just one hundred and thirty-eight Gowns?of soft. pink lingerie, in three attractive styles; all lace sleeves, lace inset sleeves and squares cut. All are low necks and are trimmed with dainty Ribbons. #1.00 each, to-day. See them at First Floor Booth. With less fear of burning than in any other kind, because ALCM1XFM is a better distributor of heat and retains it longer. This means a saving in fuel. And it means a saving in wear-and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS <>r ln<*illcutiil?lr value mny be round tin 11 In the lilnrk n ml ivbltr Nkcti'lirn <111 the Woiurm'n I'tiKf. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO HELP BUSINESS llrllrvr In jronrarlf, yonr noun, try, State and pity?and Its Inatltu tlunn?ami ?ay ?<>. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOliUMH OS Nl'MIll-Ill -J(? RICHMOND. VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915.?TWELVE PAGES WRATH KH I.' \ fT? TO-IlATi 1 .Ml IV PRICE 2 CENTS ELEVENTH STREET I V/INSJ24 TO 24; Chamber of Commerce Stands Firm for Annex to Present Post-Office. BOTH SIDES FULLY HEARD Royal E. Cabell Opposes Asking Government for "Two HalfBaked Buildings." After certain efforts hail been made !?> divert notion from the real Issue, nn overwhelming majority of 224 to 24 voted last nlnht In a mnss-meetiru: of ',1ip members of the Chamber of ''ornMierce to approve tho action of the board of illrcctors In seeking to have the l-Vdir.il appropriation of ?4."'&a...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

^ - Movement of Russians North of Warsaw Puzzles German Critics out lit her front door. Roumnnla has not yet decider) to Join in the conlllct. but It Is patent that tho situation In the Hnlkans Is simmering, and It Is believed action will coino suddenly The Italian. Greek and Hulgarlan ministers were among; callers at the Foreign Office to-day. The Swedish press Is showing renewed irritation against the Hrltlsh contraband |.(dlc>. and some Stockholm papers suggest reprisals by forbidding ? he transportation of goods destined for Creat Mrltain over Swedish railways Ono paper says (lie country should strengthen her defenses to commnn<l respect for !ier neutrality. rmi.i) maiisii.ai, nii:\( ii SK\!>S his I IIM.IIATI l.ATIrt\.v LONDON*. January ? S:20 I' M.). The official i>r?ss bureau to-night gave out the following message from Field Marshal Sir John French: "1 and tlie army in France hope that J on and our naval comrades will accept our con...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

I)en(li Results From Heart Disease, After Drief Illness. WAR PROMINENT IN HU8INES8 Known a? Ijover of Outdoor fiports. Patron of Haseball and an Expert Hunter ? Funeral Takes Place This Afternoon. Claronce Edward Sydnor. sixty yurs old. prominent in business circles. died suddenly yesterday morning at 5:30 o'clock .it his home, 1 South Third Street. He had been suffering all night with shortness of breath, and death resulted. It wan determined l?y physicians, from heart disease. Mr. Sydnor was one of the most prominent commission merchants In this section, dulni; a bit? exporting: fruit business. For many years lie had his place of business at 1318 Kast Cary Street, and was a shipper clilelly of Albemarle apples, which were consigned principally tc English buyers, nlthough ho had a largo market for Virginia fruit In all parts of the world. Resides his business Interests, Mr. S.vdnor was widely known as a lover of outdoor sports, and was one of the! most steady patrons of the local b...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

Useful \V/ J LJ Ethical Hints Woman and riorne Talks The Morning S t o ry HAvm.iNtJ 'i'iiio cash. IIy liiiwrcnrp .\lfre?l (lay. Thoy had hern married six months? j CeorK*' Curtis* and Kilty Olitie. All had gone wvll. when olio afternoon Kitty's Aunt I'rue came \isiting. She hadn't seen t ho young wife sl.nco hoi marriage, and alter drawing a long breath and getting a good toe hold she said: "And now" 1 want to ask you about (Soorgo: "Is lie a kind and loving husband? j "Is ho good-nai ured "Does ho take hold and help you ' around the house*? "Is he iinpatioaU when you have a| .?ick headiioho? "Does ho leave you alone nights? "Hnvo you over smelled beer on his j hroat h ?" "Why, Atr.rit I'rue, Oeorgo Is just tho best xii.i n ii? this world'." was tho enthusiastic reply. "How nun h salary do< s he get?" "Twenty-flw per week." "And how much do you save per week "Save? Why, we 'haven't saved any- j thing as yet." i "And you mean to tell mo that you i haven't put aside i dolla...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

MARRIED LIFE FILLED WITH HUMILIATIONS Mrs Phyllis 1.anchorite Hrooks Tells of Alleged Had Treatment at Hands of Husband. TOM) II|.]|t HIS liOVK WAS DIOAD Refused to hive With Her linger, and Said He Hoped She Would l.eave lliin?Was Inconsiderate of Her Happiness. (Special to Tlii" Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 < "II ARIjOTTKX VI IjI<K, VA.. January 2.V -The Impression prevails liorn that M r?, Phyllis I.anghorne Brooks, who l? now |ti Bondon on a visit to her lister. Mrs. Wllltam Waldorf Astor, will havi! no trouble In securing an absolute divorce from 11 ? - r husband, lteglnald Crooks the N*? w York clubmati at the expiration of three years, for whb'h partial divorce lias already biM-ri granted, since It is understood that h" will Interpose no objection. The reason for thin presumption an to Mr. Brooks's attitude Is the fact that he made no defense whatever to the granting of a limited divorce. Owing to the social prominence of the couple, the suit has er'-ated 110 little...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

jRidnnoriil ?in$-fli$pntri) VICH TISIKS, Knnndrd . VIIK DISPATCH, IVunJcA . 1SS0 Published every dny 1u the yenr hy The TlmnOinpntch I'uhltKhttiic Conipnuy, Inc. Ad'lrenn nil communication* to T11K 1 I >1 KS-O Is I* ATt'H, I'imrn-OUpntch l*utldlci|f, 10 South Tontb Street. Ulchmocd, Vr, lELRPHOXK, RAMIOSPII t ruMlcMInn Office.,. IV South Truth Street Soolh lllchtnond IllitO Hull Str.-?'l I'PlrrnliurK 100 North Sycamore Street ' "vi'hhtirB 2IS Klchtli Street IMMBIIOOK, STOIIV ? ItnooKS. !\C.. Special Al'TcrtlsIni; llcprcnrntntlvc*. '? ? tt York 200 Klfth Avenue I'Mlmlrlpliln mutual l.lfe lltilltlliij; Iitenuo ....... . People'* t.ni llliltdlm: SlIlSCHIPTlON n.VTKS IIV MAlb One SI* Three Onf f'<ISTAtiB PAID Venr. Mo*. Mob. Mo. ristlly ninl Sunilnr. .. .fl).(W 93.00 $1 *?0 5 CJalty only 4.00 2 00 1.00 . 36 ? unilny only 2.00 1.00 SO .23 ?*y Tlmra-OtRpntrh Currier Drllvry Service In fUoliniond Inml ntilturh*> nml Petrr?.l>nrK: Ontly with Sundn...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

COLONEL STERN LEADS ! OUNCE WITO MISS CABELL | ISriUiant Ball Is Given at .Jefferson j Hotel, With Iiar?o Company. THAR ATTIIACT MANV j Mrs. I,<>u Belle C'ateshy Jones (o Lee- : ? ure on Story Telling ami Folk- , lore?Authors' ItimdiiiK at Art Club of Iticlmiond. j Ciil'in. l Jo Lane Stern 1*??I t???* Klch- i uond (Scrtnan last evening, dancing j with M Ins Kthel Alston Cabell, t>i?s j ?b-hutnrilo ilAUKhter of Mr. and Mrs. j I Alston Cabell, <>r "Point-of-Fork'' > and Richmond. Miss Cabell wore a French gown of salmon pink satin , trimmed In silver lace. and her boutpj.'t wuh r>f orchids. Tim ballroom <>f the j Jefferson Ilotel, where tbci dame took place, was decorated !n palms, bay trees an'I artaleas. and n n j? 1 r was served nt 11 o'clock nt numerous tables decorated In bowls of roses and spring flowers. An orchestra play<d for th? dnnclng. The ehnp??rons receiving for ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

[SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD J SPORTS] <?cls Hum til Out'o UitiUHiii; l"p j N intiiim \i*t i?'ii io liopri'M'iii Kit IhikukI in l**nyut\ fans \i::: si n\ \mi Maimycr tntcrostcd. and OrtVrs S?\iS(l" S'.tss ami i i?? Mn < cv-fu | ( . intcsi.utl v ? ?'an\asM'I> Stan (Mi \uain. ll.nl ti mo rr, Jan. 1S>|,*?, sporfln*; I tliior, I i mrs-} I i h pit I ?? li, l(l? Innon ii, \ a, ritit? jinni. liirUn (<) MI(Trs>| it | ?.r. Icfliiiii 1?> t It i< It mend's new 1 ii tt'riinf iimiii ! t mum- i,.,u ? M^ucd I .Mill \ |i| \ n, 1 rs* are h;:s\ cat While t ?? ? ciins in subs i financing ?r t i , . cU .i ? )\\S : Y? ston ay I >i y. 3?a:t >i 1. ; i v i \\ V< S t ? At l h ? te;?ar< / ? tot J l'< ? K< 1, . * ? ?;. ? li.. . ? ; ; a 1' 1 I : , V 11 , . K|i:|inllu ty j1 fn w i Ji a. Man. ami>? lor N.-?% i tub. Mur It.-.'....

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

SIGNS OF DISTRESS ARE IN EVIDENCE << 'ontiliiud from Klrst I'.mrc.) I acted upon, {iltliouith In- was will"K to concede tliut, 11K<> tin; inuIof- ? ?? ?l for h?Io l>y Its honest owner. *vllli one eye out mid its sidon caved H*h a pretty nood bill for tlio li.x " in. llonco ho iiiKhtol upon re- ? 1 iniitttiUK tho bill to '.In; Coniinltte~ "inn for repnli'K. Tho HUbeoniinlttu? ? "'tit lust nicbt uiai' fir tho repairs. Tin- senatorial body m.ub pi actically ? progress with Uto blc muci*. on yen- ? i?lay. Tho Koiiato was In Ion about hour. Tho Senators did tholr lust ork In committee room*. ' i\a\<? i) <<nmriTi:i: IIOIjIIS AM>IATKI) mission Tho inrotinK' of the Kinanco t'ominlt- ? of tin- House v. ik an animated one, ?'" nno time wan cxpin'lcil on tin- license t ix measure. Tho batlkiiiR bill H'as then taken up, and Mount's*. ('hulkloy ?ad Montague made a vain ? ffoi t to ? omuiit tho hotl...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

MARKET IS DOMINATED B* UNITED STRTES STEEL llltsine.ss in Kvchanne Is Narrow, Dull, Often Irregular, but Never Weak. Ill VIX<; IS NOT AfiCltKSSIVK Selling Orders Also Are Few, an<l Foreign Houses Sliou l.ittle Fag* ernes* to Dispose ??f Their Shares. Komi I'riees Improve. in IIKOM) \v *\ *1.1.. \ t:\V YtiltK January ?'? T<> ilay'? stork ( . narrow. '! ill nfton tri??icular, t ut ln-\ -r wrnk. TJ|?- ? ? ? is st*-??t> .it Im I'invlnir i,r. - s S. ?> <1 t?.app-untment fi>lt ?'?>. <!]???? toivi'ir v . - ii"' iT?ro??lvP. but neither were selllhK orders preaiilnB. and for<!en ho-i?rs h i ! i-wit than usual Th? wlinlo market niipcnrcd m J-<- dominated by United States Steel The annual meeting t?i inorrnu \\ > ' !!.?> earning* for tho December quarter, which have tin-n '?xti from ! -? ???? i,, low a? !".?>> ? not. but...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH YE Aft | 7 I ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CDASBIKIED ADVERTISING. TI5I<KPllrtNE yn?lt WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH HanDOLS'II 1 1 HA.WJDOIiPII WANT An. It ATMS. "WI.T, one cent u word when paid In vance. No ad. tliken for less than 10 cents. H'.Nil AY, one and pne-half cent* n word for *11 classified n?'n. except Situations Wanted one cent a word. No ud. taken (or lea* O.an 16 cent*. 1*0 ADS. taken foi >e? thi,n 35 cent* when charged or phoned In. I'uuaud order* not (xaranteed t.'ianslllcatlons not guaranteed liter &:J0 V. M. LOST AND FOUND. ?THAYKl), Int'Ku J >'ll"nv mull) Scotch Colli,* dog, with whit- ollar and '? < !. ! rt'wurd for return or information 'adliiK to return to 4 1 ij Wi-M Tn'olllh Street. Rhone Madison -t L' ? ?. -.i -''ST, gold mtdtl 1 of rflav race. Reward if i.e.ui,<il .!???: West, drain's :,ruu St or,.-. /?ST, several horses wltli tlnlr tails cut off even with hooks ami...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 January 1915

THE PLACE TO BOARD ran riwlly lie determined by l>u(llnK a i>:;iull Ad. lu (hr rlaanltled rolumni of THE TIMES-DISPATCH JxirJimotu) STimes-flispatri) RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915. THE MORNING STORY on the IVomnu'n I'bkp vrlll nlTon) you n ten minute* mental rcInxntlon dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH si 2 Miller & Rhoads?" The Shopping Centre" An Unusual Sale of Fine Imported Table Linens! Just received, an import shipment of REAL IRISH LINEN TABLECLOTHS AND NAPKINS, which was purchased (before the war started) at VERY LOW PRICES! "Unusual," because it's seldom such EXCELLENT QUALITY Linens are to be had undervalue. You should take advantage of this opportunity because it offers a RARE BARGAIN: nfso. because of the certainty that it will be a long while before we'll get another such lot of Linens lo offer. As these Cloths exactly match in quality the Damask sold at $1.50 a yard, it's easy to liuure A Price-Saving of Fully One-P ourth CLOTHS. 72...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 January 1915

MANY USEFUL HINTS rclntlnir to hraltb, liminrholil | rtlilcnl qumtluna anil fashion j lire dully on <lir Woman'* I'ttRe ! THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR REAL ESTATE NEWS In prt*rn(r<l dally vrlth an nnlariiutied prrfrctlou of detail and Intrrrnt In THE TIMES-DISPATCH ELVE PAGES "o"Vv." CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS MAY DECAPITATE TAX BILL TO-DAY J Poll of House Shows That Adverse Action Is Only Question of Time. GOVERNOR'S BILL GAINING Majority Claimed for Modified Form of Segregation in Both Houses. ? f the hope of the majority in the Irotiof Delegates Is realized, House I' ll No. 7, the bill to create a tax commission, which Is scheduled to come up on Its passage to-day, will be <lef*atoii by an ovi rwhclmltiK vote this ?'< fteriioon. This allows Tor ample "ilebate by '?'Hirtesy," for Judge Martin Williams introduced yesterday a resolution, which v.-ns adopter!, Imposing two sesM"!ih dally, beginning to-ilay, on the House. The morning session will ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 January 1915

Desperate Fighting Is In Progress Along Western Front aged British vessels can be repaired speedily. A Oorman shell hit the Lion below the water line, ami some of her forward compartments were Hooded. Details of the damage sustained l>y the Meteor were not announced. The Lion and her sister ship. the PrliicD#8 Itoyal. were the largest In the British squadron. In leading the line the Lion canie In closer contact with the Germans, and did most of the lightllig She largely was responslhle for the sinking of the Herman armored cruiser Blueclier. The Meteor 1? one of (ho Inrgost nnd fastest torpedo-boat destroyers atloat. She is unc of thirteen of her class built under the 1913 naval estimates. A dozen similar boats were authorized i 11 the lf? 14 estimates Two hundred additional survivors of the Herman cruiser Bluecher, sunk in the North Sea Sunday l?y British warships, have been landed. They include! a few petty officers. (?HUMANS 1*1.A N.MN(? OllKAT ' IIIHTHOAV GIFT FOlt KA...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 January 1915

STEAMER IS MMED ID SENT TD BOTTOM WaKlilngtonlan Remains A flout Only Few Minutes After Being Struck by Schooner. A hi, HUT ONE OF CKKW SAVK1) Several Fnll Overturned, but Are Picked 1'p by Mates or Crew From Lightship?I'.ll/alx-tli Palmer Is Abandoned. NKW VOItK, .January 2fi.?Tn a collision near tho Fen wick Shoals lightship enrly to-day tho American-Ha-waiian l.lno freight steamship Washingtonlan wan sunk anil the American o'liooner Kllzaheth I'aliner. which rammed her, wan abandoned, with (l"ek? nwath. One life was lost, that of a water tender. The other llfty-tlireo persons, comprising the officers and crews of the two vessels were landed In New York to-night by tho Old Dominion l.lno steamer Hamilton, from Norfolk, whlcb picked them up near the scene of the accident, twenty miles southwest of the I>elaware breakwater. The Washingtonian sank within ten minutes after the schooner struck her. and all hands on both craft were ordered to the boats. IjJ. Meyer, a water te...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 January 1915

Useful Hints Woman and Home Ethical Talks T h e Morning Story HIS KOl.t.Y. llj (.rare Ivrrrlgnn. It was Dan Archer's mother who gave away the sorrel of the bungalow on the Mil where Dan worked early ami late "Dan j i to fret married?" repeated Mrs. Archer. In response to an in?lUisitlvo neighbor. "No, indeed. Mta. Ulake Dan's never kept company with v giri in his life- not but what I want hltn ;o get married if he .an find the : jght girl; but ortainlj i would know, if im\ one did "Of course you would,' agreed Mrs Make. "but it seen' so ?|tto. r for him to bo building ,i bungalow up there it lils lot. speni-.ng ? v. ry spare minute of bis tmo >"? >t. and doing every stitch of work li itself -unbss he was going to live 111 it Perhaps he will rent it." with happy ins; tion "Mrs. A i he: sh. ok h-r head "He says not. If you'll promise r. -t to breathe a word. Mrs. Hlake "Of course I won't " interrupted Mrs. Mlako e\ itedly. "Well he says In s gcinu tr> ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 January 1915

'?<\v Hold Meeting in Petersburg und Kilter Formal Protest Against Measure. OR.IRCT TO MORTGAGK TAX lliey Advorate as Hiibstltutn a Tax ??r One-IIulf of I Per Cent on All Heal Ivstate Mortgages at Time of Their Execution. p m,,7'.ho .T1 -Ol"Patch.] KDJtSHLHCf, \ A.. January 2?5.?A meeting of the real estate men of Petersburg w?s held last night, In tli?? limnhcr of Coinmerco and a protest wan entered against the passage of the "Uchanan-Weaver bill, relative to tho mortgage tax now pending In the Legislature. a resolution was adopted opposing the Mil Introduced by Delegate Weaver and Senator Buchanan, providing for an annual tax of 70 cents per sl?0 on real estate mortgages, ,imj itlj. vorfttinK ns a substitute a tax of onehalf Of 1 p,.r rotrt to be levied on all real estate mortgages at tho time of the execution, ami this shall be the only tax in ho on mortKaK^s. f'aples of the resolution will be forwarded to tho Petersburg Senator and nelegate with tlio request that they...

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