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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

jKirfjmorii! (Tinie?-fli$patrl) THE TIMES, roundrd I8S3 VIIK DISPATCH. Founded 1S30 I'ahllnhed every day In the year liy The Tliueo. fltnpatch 1'uMlaUlu* Company, Inc. Addrca* nil rommnnlriltoiu (n THE: T1S1KS-1HSPATCII. Vlmri-Dlapatch HuIldJus, 10 Suuth Tenth Street Ulckmocd, Va. fBLEPIIOSE, RANDOLPH 1 I'ntiltcn tloa OIBc?.,, .....IV Sooth Tenth Street Sooth Richmond 1020 Mull Street Peter?l?urje 1O0 North Sycamore Street ! vrcbliurg 2tN Klghth Street HASI1ROOK, STORY A BROOKS, IXC, !?i>eclal AdTcrflalug Reprenentnt ivca. \r\r Vnrk 200 Klftli Avenue I'tillnO t-lphla Mutual l.lfe llutldlnc I lilcauo...... . Pcople'a (in* IIit11<1 in SUBSCRIPTION RATKS IIV MAIL One SI* Three POSTACiK PA IT) Venr. Mow. .Moo. Dully nnd Sundn y. .. . SB 00 f.l.OO 91 10 Holly only 4.00 2.00 1.00 kumlay only 2.00 1 OO 00 Ily Ttmen-Dlopatch Carrier Delivery Service li Richmond (and nuliurha) and Peteralitirgri Dally with Sunday, one rreek IB eenta Dolly without Sundny, one Trcek 10 cent? Sunday only ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

MISS NELLIE TALBOn i TO ID W. f. DICKSON Ceremony Will Take I'lnce in St. ?John's Church, Waynesboro, on Saturday. MISK CliAHKK'H WKIJDIXU TO-DAY Will Heroine Bride of Frcrierlrk l'.vne Kee, of New York?Lunrli '<?r .MIks Kllen Wright Wise. Iiciiin of INtrsoiiiil Interest. A number of Klchinond r^Iativ s ,tnil ft lends will go to Waynesboro mi Sat urdaj to ?>?; present at tli<r marriage of Miss Nellie Talc Talbott. daughter of ?Mr. ami Mrs. William llult Talbot I, ami William I'ctty Dickson, son of Air. anil .Mrs. William C. Dixon, of Norfolk, which will lie celebrated in St. John's Kpiscopal (*liurch there at 7:30 o'clock that cvi'iiliiK. M i'h, Itoliert I.atlmer (Snrdno, of Hlchmomi, will hu her sis ter's dame of honor, ami her brides maids will Include Misses Deoha Dlck "oi> of New Orleans, unrl Minn I loud ort hlngton Thompson, of Waynes b?ro. Kittle Hubert I.atlmer fjordon, ?Ir.. and Klliott Fishburntt will hold the ribbons. Dlttlcton Tazewell. Jr., of Norfolk, will ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

SPORTS i NEWSY STORIES FROMTHE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | SPORTS! BUSY LISTING UP STOCK SUBSCRIBERS Canvassers Take I>ay to l'laee Names in Hook?Will <Jot Down to Systematic Work To-Day. XAMK ( <>\ l l.sr (JKTTlNfJ I.IVl-U.Y Steady Stream of Suggestions Pour Into the (Hiiro of The Times-lMs patrli?"Kehels" \ppear to llavo the ( all?Statement lYom Dtuin. Very little pro^r-ss was made vi>? terday In canvassing for subscriptions to finance the Richmond Exhibition Com pany T1 was- i t auscil by tho canvasser '"laying down" on his job, as lir was ; "lit ' hi' busiest man in Hlchtnond Tho ilnv wits consumed in listing to those already stock holders bo us- to bet t ?': !' ip "Ul his w ork which will be f' d In a system.it Ic man ner In t!.? ? future, anil which, it is ex pected, will show hot tor results. Th* da;. w ? t lost, however, a* there wore several Inrgo blocks of stock tnken, and several who had al ready subscribed, sent in for additional clock. Ilrsln In l"rnr*t To-flny...

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. — 27 January 1915

SENATE FAVORS PROBE OF TEXTBOOK PRICES < nururs tu Gunn Resolution for In vestigation by Vote of 23 to in. WILL BKGIN WORK AT OXCK ^toarnes-Pollanl Hill, It Is Helioved, Will Forever Prevent Dlscriniinu tlon on I?nrt of Publishers Against I Virginia Children. "" , Charges that bonded publishing I i oufses furnishing textbooks for use In 'he public schools of Virginia have practiced discrimination against this stato will bo rigidly probed by a legis lative committee. Reversing the Com mittee on Public Institutions and Edu cation, which recommended that the I Senate do not concur In the (Junn reso lution, tho Senate yenterday by a vote ?f 23 to 15 favored an Inquiry. In the House the resolution was unanimously adopted when first presented. , The Senate committee reported the resolution adversely after amending It ] !o provide for a report during the pros- . ent k>-bh1oii. The amendments to the measuro were not opposed. Senator j John A. l-osner, of Norfolk, moved tliat the Senat...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

U. S. STEEL DIRECTORS TORPEDO CONFIDENCE They Do the Unexpected Thing and I'nss Dividend on Their Common Stock. It K S IT 1< T IS 1MIOI11 jKM.ATICAI< Kffect on Mnrket Will Not He Known Until Stock Ilvrlmncc Opens for llnsines* To-Day?Mate rial Check l?> Not Anticipated. IIY llltllA n.w w \ 1 la. NttW TO UK Janunr.t ?t Vol until we" rfler " o'clock <11.! the I'llttC'l St lies **?'"! 'I rn tni> torpedo >?>><?''. lew??? ? v pas?li.g ihe dividend on Stool ? omtii'i" How nni.'h 'lain AL'C boe'l itltliCtod i (Mint 1'" determined unlit the market .?jt>?. t o-mm row. Tlio low est estimates for the Pi-comber -marter Were ft:"\ re.ill. . d rot earnings falMnir Jest fhnr" ,.f Ji: .-v. Willie ttio of tli" dividend came i silt p: l?o it uanot l>? i?- v oil In Slock l"\ rhnric< circles to i.lulit tl. it an; material rhri'lt woold !'f folt : n the geueinl market. Kti'.'i *1... 1. >\i-? ? to.idt to-day. r <i?tng with half point ir .'n t . I. (i*t a sllghttv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

#irlimotu) ?mcjj-flisiialrlj SIXTY-FIFTH year ADMITTEDLY the hest medium in THE BOUTII FOR CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING. VKLKPIIOMS v?uu wants to THK TIMKH-OIHPATCH ANDOLPU 1 | HANDOIiPU WANT ad. KATES. ?J?* c*nt n w<>rd wh?n pntd in ?<J H U n ,or ltHS lha" 10 c*nt? t-ll cluafflinP? *!' one-half cents a word for ?t on, f.A. *" etJtcu,Kt Situations Wanted WVcS?u. W?r<J N? UJ" Uken for le" N"hnrfff<i t0#1.kih fot tPun 25 centB wh?n fUftrunteerl P?.?n'?.,**a''ned ordere not ?Uer 3-JOp. gM-Hlcatlon. not Kuuruntcd LOST AM) FOUND. S ,{'rK0 Vi-llow mai? Srot.-Ii ?5 w , 7vwiUl wliU" ??" f""' K-adVnu' - V ro,ur" ?r Information Nlrr<!?? l?hA?lUrxV l,V 4": W,st Tweirtl, _S1_ ' '?one Madison 42CD-J. S UHuJEH?.,,f.rr,n 2,:?' Kaiu "roiul. r. fliuno nf ?,i ! ariHwoi-K lo nam- of *nd bluo "1<I; bluck w-)iit<? : '}" f,"t n"d muzzle; jgg-&^y.?sg '"'Sr' num. ?" ?S. ro. K-t Franklin HKL1* -WA-M'KD?.Male. U'c*erI?.D? ?"waX ""?<? and nl/uo\?BN'^omllnt'ay J?'1 ?lcr I'l^S'rllJtlon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 January 1915

THE HOME YOU WANT mux he ndvrrlUrd to-day or lo rn orrorr In <hr rUMlltrd rolomn*. If payn to ^atch Ihrni, THE TIMES-DISPATCH fJidjtnonft ?hne?-P$patcfj RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915. REAL OPPORTUNITIES lire often found In the little atorle* told In the Want Ad*. It puya to read them. Miller & Rhonds, "The Shopping Centre." Special Notice! FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS WE WILL ALLOW 20 Per Cent Discount ON ALL OUR Fine Wilton Velvet Rugs That Formerly Sold From $40 to $G0. MILLER & R1IOADS. Smart Blouses! Tailored Model of Pin Stripe Crepe Price $5.00 One of the nob biest of the new Strictly Tailored 1 {louses we've yet seen goes on display ahd sale to-day. It is a high neck model, with a turn back collar of silk poplin, fastened in ..front with 17 small jet buttons; long sleeves, finished with turnback cuffs. See it. Second Floor. For Spring, 1915 HERE ARE THE LATEST MODELS IN Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets It is hardly necessary to say much more, for these Corsets have...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

IMPORTANT NEWS ??f fit}, Stnti- iiii<1 country rnn iilttil)* lit- limiitl In (lie ciiliimna of j THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE PROGRESS OF WAR run he followed ilnlly rrilh ln IrlllKrnrr tlirouKli the mit lietitlo (rtrKrnph report* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?>51 h YEAR V(?l.I'MH SIS Ni' in-: ii ?<< RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGES TCaT UNSETTLED PRICE 2 CENTS W1W VOTE TO-DAY I Of) SEGREGATION Mouse Expected to Pass "Gov ernor's" Bill by Overwhelm ing Majority. CHALKLEY ATTACKS STUART Says Governor's Tax Reform Ideas Are Leading State Astray. I dsinelln.atlon of the of Iht House of Delegate;* to return to the ' i-lt'il for a nitrht session, sifter llnten 1'ir to nririirri''iitM against the Hegreira tloti form of taxation for font hours at a morning s< ssion ami two hours at an siftcrnoon session, i" alone responsible f' r the fact that the so-called Gov* ? ? rior's partial segri nation bill has not passed tin- Hoiikp. That it will ho I iBMi..) },y whelming ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

Austrians Capture Carpathian Pass Held by Russians forvfd r>t Uritish ?hips falling musts and funnel* It in certain, therefore, that further ciutsers were seriously damaged VO QfKSTION OF I'l IIM II" ok tiii: \v ships "Finally the British fleet withdrew from tlx- (iermati squadron and beyond the reach of their kuiis. There was no question of pursuit of the German ships, because the high speed of the Uritish vessels would have enabled them to catch up with and destroy the German cruisers. "This time it is possible to verify the Uritish reports, which It was im possible to do in tin* case of the battle ofT the Falkland Islands, ? ? f which de rails are lacking. We only know that several Uritish ships are now docking at Gibraltar to repair damages inflicted by the German cruisers Scharnhorst and Clnelsenau. and that. therefore, the Uritish otllcial report on the battle off the Falkland Islands at least is in romplete and colored w ith Uritish in terests. "The unreliabilltj of the re...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

FEDERAL RESERVE BUS ALREADY PROVE SUCCESS K.vst?m Not Experimental in Sense That There Ih Any Uncertainty a? to Outcome. HOARD MAKES FIRST REPORT Asks for No Legislation, but Outlines Achievements of New Institutions, and Shows How They Have Strengthened Pinai/ciul Situation. WASHINGTON, Junuriry 27.?The first report of tho Federal Iteserve lioard covering Die developments which preceded the opening of tho twelvo regional reserve banks lusl No vember and the two months In which they have been In actual operation, was Hcnt to Congress to-day. It an nounces that noteworthy results al ready have been accomplished, ami that the system now "cannot be re garded an experimental In the sense that there Is any uncertainty as to tho outcome." No legislation Is asked for, j the board devoting Its report cliielly ' to an outline of how the new system j !>nn strengthened the nation's financial i situation. "Less than Ave months have elapsed," | says the report, "since the Introduc tion into o...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

hH!:! Woman and Home II tIu'! The Morning Story JIISIC AMI Tin: ,111 \MOM). 11 v Dorothy DoiikIiih. When John Hobir.son courted Madge Atwill ho did so with such whirlwind fore? that the girl was swept com pletely from her feet. She had con sented t>? marry 1 m and had accepted a most exquisite iiolitolro to complete \ho engagement. Robinson possessed wealth and so cial standi:ic. while M.ulg. owned a splendid voice, but sear> ol> the money with which to havf it cultivated. She only regretted her p v?-rt> brcsiuse s! withheld certain branches <>f study 1 frotn her whi- ?: the dark hours ?>C : the night. Male. - s ul lonyed for. Never did si-, let li t world know h< i desires boca :so the world tniirht flirt; cither pit>? r .'?.?or?; at her, and Madge was proui.'i too ;?r und to accept help or c(>?idemnatio' Wii.'n liohinson came .into her life Madpe not o:<l> found herself stronuly attracted to him, but she realized also that his in.w :!d put l.?r ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

DDAWER BROKEN OPEN UNO LARGE SUM STOLEN ' il.v Employe of PeterKTiurK Rohhed of $428, Which He Had Con cealed In Mouse. THEFT REPORTED TO POLICE Several Times Recently He Has Been Itohhed of Sums of Money, luit Failed to Mention His Losses. .New <"lerk in Olllce. ItOUKIlT IIASS, Ilfrfntly lOlrrtril Clerk of fhr Court* of rrtrrnliurK. r'KTnRXTM'KO. VA.p January 27 ? Th<- sum of J428, the property of ('has. W. I?avls. Jr., wis mysteriously stolen from his home on South Adams .Street yesterday afternoon. Mr. Davis Is nn employe i>f tho city wjiter works department, at:d kept his money In a tin bo* concealed and locked in a bureau drawer. When ho left home about 1*30 o'clock the box and con tents wrc safe. NVhen he returned they were iron**, the drawer had b?'en broken o;'?-n and the upper Moor had bf-en well ransacked. Twice before recently Mr. Mavis had lost money u:i d?*r like circumstances, about S 10 being taken each time, but he made no report of the cases. This time, how...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

jKirfinnmii fim^-fltepatd) THH TIMES, Poonifd IMSS VHK DISPATCH. Founded.. JM30 Pnhllnhed ever7 da? In the yrnr li.r The Time*. Dlapntch Puhllahiu* Company. Inc. Addrenn nil rommunlcatloDa *0 THIS TIMIJS-UISPATCH, Vtmrs-Ulipslcb Uutiilloji. 10 South Trnlh Strrrt UlrkmtBdt Vs. TEI.KI'IIO.VK. RANDOLPH 1 PtilillrBftoa OBlrf... .....IV Si>o()i Tenth Street Richmond. . . 1020 Hull Stw?-t I'etcrKhurjt 1HI> North f>;cmiiorc Street I Tphburg 21J> ICItfhth Street HASDROOK. STOIIY A 11 HOOKS. INC.. ?prclil Adrertlilnc Hcpreacntntivca. ,\cn York 200 Fifth Arenne Philadelphia Mutual l.lfc Ilulldlnn Chicago....... People'" Una llulldluK SUBSCRIPTION RATKS BV MAIL One St* Three One POSTAGE PAID Vcnr. Moa. 3Ioa. Mo. Dally and Sunday MOO ?3.00 *1 no S .35 Dully only 4.00 X 00 1.00 . 3fi Sunday only 2.00 1.O0 .50 .29 riy Tlmrs-Hlnpntrh Carrier D?"ttT?ry Service In Richmond (and attharha) nnd Petcrnhurjf: Dntly with Simdny, one week IB cent* Dnlly without Sunday. one week IO centa Cundny ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

MRS. WHITLOGK HOSTESS TO YOUNG HIED SET 'iivrs Tea for Mrs. Charles 1?. Whit lock, Jr., an<l Mrs. W. O. Noltlng. MISS MARTHA CLAKKK WEDS Quietly Married, In Presence of Im mediate Families, to Frederick l.yne Keen, of New V?>rk?Centen ary to Honor New Pastor. An Interesting affair of yesterday was tlio tea Riven from 1 to 7 o'clock by Mrs. Charles 12. Whitlock, of 100 Kant Franklin Street, In honor of Mrs. W. n. Nulling and Mrs. Charles H. Whitlock. Jr.. the latter fnf-inorly Miss l.ettico Woodward. Only the younger married set were Included in the invi tations. The tea table wan arranged with a larwo centrepiece of pink roues and shaded lights. Howls of the same flowers dei orated the drawing-room. ,\|rx. John A. Coke and Mrs. James I'lcasantH assisted Mrs. Whitlock In do ItiK the honors of the afternoon. Another bride entertained yesterday ? fternoon was Mrs Kred Crayson lioyee, .jr., formerly Mies Kophie Hose Meredith, of thin ei.y. Mrs. Jioyce was i nest of honor at a tea ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

(SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] SENATORS' OUTFIELDER Mike Mitchell. Former Pittsburgh Star, A\ ill Aid l ocal International Players t<> l.nml a Pennant. \Y1 l.l .1A M IM NV INSPFCTS PARK Hrotlier of Manager Spends Several flour* Planning Improvements at P,roa<l Scieet Hull Vartl?Three H mill red Suggestions llecelvetl. Yesterday was a very artlvo one for tl lilt Ion of t tho Hichtnond Kxhi Tl ? o'lii ? rs and board ..... ?. joint meeting with the H-> : ' ' <'orporation ami p.. v.* rs V. , - osil u the 'leal as fat as ( ???' tw ? ? :inr?:.itlons arc coil *" *i? ..... ?.v ? v< r .lark Ptinn was in the city but only stnyed loiim chough to attend the mooting, leaving on the ? go , ?:. lor \\ aslungton. where ' ? '?! a|>j>olntniei t with Clarke ''">i ' ? Aft. i the Interview l?un:i \vin ?: no-.- the capitol tl-..?t ho had purr: i- rob-asi ot Mike V.it ch? : at ? it fle..|.T * Mitchell was ;>>'"? in-1 by I'.rllllth frotn Pittsbur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

MAY VOTE TO-DAY ON SEGREGATION ./ (Continued from First Page.) "?'> impasAlonod speoch of tho momber lrom Wise. Mr. Chfilkloy objected. "I recognize that tho gentleman from '-?miIso is a great lawyer," ho said, Im patiently, "but 1 object to having htm Uerrupt me." "The gentleman from Wlfoe does inc ? iori> than Justice," responded Mr. Gor <>n, "for In no sense do I claim to be great lawyer." I had some doubts on that score my -e:r,'? retorted Mr. ChalkJey, ungraci ously. Mr. Gordon sat down with quiet dignity. ?m-i:stio.\s Kir.i iins uvotkii nv uovKnxoi* Pursuing? his Speech, Mr. (Mialkley at teked the figures prepared by the Gov rnor, and quoted In opposition some ? ntlstlcH prepared by tho Tax Com nisslon. Judge Hokt Gregory ven ? tired more successfully than Mr. Gor lon to ehallengo statements made by Mr. Chalkley while he was declaiming ? gainst segregation. Mr. Weaver, ?<? relation leader, demanded to know vhero Mr. Chalkley gol his statistics. Would you not hav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

STEEL COMMON MOPS BELOW MINIMI PRICE Passing of Dividend Sends Stock Down ??? IJIH in Dealings on Curb. PIUMC TAKKN 11Y SIHIMUS1 Hnyinn Orders Arc (Quickly t'anrel ed, and Market Shows ('nnsuni Weakness?Traders l.nnk tit It ill J.iglit of "January Thaw." iiv nito.\n.\N wam.. \"i;\\ YultK January T Steel common Mny dlvml through the official minimum ;l |?: 11?? 'loop I'l iccurri 1 on the curb the lose !ti.> mln >rrow rid'iced to 43. arid f :!.<? ct linnc ron- to J.rl .. ?t i i tf It l? > Ircus, a n .1 leu'Inr Dt .is low n* I"... \ Initun prl> o fnp t > n.. quotations outsl I ** and 4<u Th" puhl~ ".Ivrn tv Hurprl?? hi the pt?? Int: <?( th-' dividend had ample opportunity to cancel huylnp 'rdrts Tills they ill I before the ? ,c in!, technically speak Inr tli^ market w u unusually weak wlicr. the c?>nc str:i.*k Declines mi the ttoor In ?deel were confined t-> nominal trade at 4*. Some >,'?? ? n ..ff?? r? ?? at this tic tire, and < n changed hand other...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

jRirfonoriil CimejHJiSptclj SIXTY-PIKTlI YMAlt admittedly TUB RKST MKDITTM IN TliVl SOUTH FOR CL.AS3 ?U'lKD ADVERTISING. vki.ispiione v?iTn waxtH to. THE TIMBS-DISI'ATCII lUXUUlil'U 1 I RANDOLPH WANT AO. UATKll. IIAII.V, ens cent n. word when pnld In art \inci>. No *<1. taken for than 19 cent* Sl'NUAY, one and onc-hnlf cmt* i\ woM for ? I <:laiwiin?'l ??????. ?JX< ut)t Bltu:?tlini? y? <i" ed at ono rent word. t>'u ud. taken lor le?? 'Sail a cent*. ?<0 ADS, taken for >fi thun 35 rent* when charged or in. Phoned orders not KiiaruuteeiJ C. i-?elllcatton? wot giiiiruaieeu or ?? ,'i p v. LOST AND FOUND. 'TI;A Y l-;7~ nrrjto >? llnw m;?l? HaoUh Coin.- <1..;;, Willi while collar at:d I' ? I. ' reward for roturti oi information i .id I fit: i<# return to Hii Wi t '1 Wl-lflii re, i. I'hoiic Madis '*i 4213-.I. I'dl'M), red bead necklace. .with cross "Jerusalem" engraved. Owner pay '??i; ad vtitiscmt ill. Abl ? w. ~'>j Twcnty-uInt h St reel. / ?S'r \V<!&l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 January 1915

I)R. BRADY'S TALKS ?>n fxnldi nml hy*lrnf are n <lnll? frHlurr of Ihr \> oinnii'n I'iKr 7011 nboiilil rrnd. THE TIMES DISPATCH J?irf)tnond STime^Pi^patcIi RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 19J5. LILLIAN RUSSELL lllvf* ninny vnlualilr miKKf?tlaai In hrr ilnlly rthlml dlnrimaloiin on <*?? Womnu'n I'iirc. THE TIMES DISPATCH Miller iV Rlionds, "The Shopping Centre." New Stamped Goods CHILDREN'S PRESSES?Made up and stamped on now ideal cloth. ready to be cm broidered: -I vears. f? rears. OSe: (? years, $1.2.r>. chii.piikns PRESS ES. stampoM on qual ity dtiviity. to -1 years, at ar??. n..\nv COATS, stamped on faille: 1 an . L'-vear pizos. at st ?f?. > \VoMKN? S STAMPED I' N PE HO A H M ENTS': Teddy Hears 00c Combinations H5c downs Mc Corset Covers -4c All (he Above on Exhibit and Sale To-Day ct a Booth on (he First Floor. New Things for Spring In i / / Our Women's and A fosses Ready-to-W ear Section p T T j ' | 1 r> .lust the Suit for immediate J L J I I J wear, an...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

TO KEEP IN TOUCH ttilli u<irlil iiiovniirti (n, itn oil n* (lit* m ?in nt .iiiur ell) null Slnlc, r i-till THE TIMES-DISPATCH IT WILL PAY YOU lo Hdvrrtlnr yoar vrantft? nhrlhrr you dmlre to buy or ?ell?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?loth YEAR voi.(t>ii: ns \l Mlli:il ilO RICHMOND. VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915.?TNYEIA'K I'ACIES WEATIIKR ffATR TO-DAY < 1 ?tt-J-TW HOUSE OPENS WAY FOR JOINT DEBATE J * Will Argue All Pending Tax Measures at Length Be fore Voting. MILSTEAD SUGGESTS CHANGE Proposes Elective Tax Commis sioner to Sit With Two Ex-OfTicio Members. M<?rn'rur. afternoon anrt night .ses sions will lie hold hy I In* Mouse of I '? I* ra theulnnin;; with to-day, if n M'soliitlon t<> bo offorthin mornlnu i.\ JudRe Martin Williams- Is adopted ?Indue Williams nave notice at the ? lose of the ft r-r no>>i! ?<p.?sioii yester day "f his intention to off. r the resolu tion. The unit reua t ionist majorttv dis played the spirit of maunanitidty yes terda\ mornii)': l?y ap...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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