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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

French Everywhere Hold German through to the coast. Knowing, ."is they must, that the AiikIo-Ki riieh armies luiv. Peon ^ieall\ strengthened ?lnee then, tlie.v themstdves must l.avt ltlll ? as' ii t'-.: striking 1 ?? f The allies. Iiowivor, at- ft-i?-?jt of their ability to lu>M tin ir pres.-nt li' > ?itut move forward when ail pivp; ra tions .iii complet* 1 III tin.- tast. Interest .entt-s i:. the t.'ai pathiaiis. win : i i lie \ ? <>?' !er mans h:t\e brought !.:? new . rniies to oppose the Uuss in j?.? ,?s on <>f Hun gary. Accord i I'e to 01. i . elm " I s in Vienna, t h:. > ? i '? ? ? . ? r. .1 so'm of I lie |; sst s l Mo 11"1-'.' I ? n i !?? < ? M i r.i; in st re nuth While tip 1111 ?- io no: I'lisi: riv ing up ai ? u ? o I %n ? ?!. they declare tills is ? ? e.v . t.-.i f.' l y ! 1. e fact thai t'n. i r . ^ t ? s-i ve ? . jjs lias com pelled |) . \ f ? 1 i.-1 ;? rii' : lis lo postpone the e\p? lit' < ? 11 ; 1: ? ? preparing to ??; ush St : \ :11SVt 4 h...

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. — 29 January 1915

ROCKEFELLER CONFERS Condition of Krnploye.s of Colorado and Iron Company Is Discussed. VUITIIKK SIDK Mil,!, TATjK (Questions Asked and Answered Itoth l?.v Representatives of Capital and Labor?Referred To as "Informal, riionitiul Talk." N'KW YORK, January 2S.?John I). Mot'knfi'Ur-r, Jr., conferred with rep resentatives of the Colorado mine workiTH for two and a half hours to day in the offices of the president of tin- Rockefeller Foundation, at No. I'.roadway. The condition of tiie em ployes of tin* t'olorndo Fuel anil Iron ?ompany, of which .Mr. Rockefeller Is a director, was discussed. Neither Mr. Rockefeller nor the itiitifr.s* officials would th<* ?*oii r? r. nt-o III detail. Mr. Rockefeller tfald tiMTi* ha?l l>oon hi, cxfliariKM of vjowm, and that the union men had ??lven him M?me welcome Information as to con.ll t ions. Thero w??re present In th<? eonferenee >??* sides Mr. UockefcliT, William l.von Mackenzie Kinir, h?>inl of the indus trial relations division of ...

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. — 29 January 1915

Use,ul~' Woman and Home " Ell*c*1 Hints Talk The Morning Story ll\ S litATKia . Ill l'lllll|> <<1IKI<1II. A? the train drew neat In- desti nation .la. k Kenton f?*1 ? I ? < I h' tows pttpvr atirt whirled around tit i?t> chair. When li?? I#-ft tin terminal the < at had In rti half tilled, now evei >? *?< >t was ovenpied. There was >0111111?i* <, I niiiii.i' . !"Hit tli<? back of the head in the simI in front. Thosi dark. wajward hubs conflni'il wit) a uojd pin. tin1 ll.h I?1 n and greet ?? '?( l ? attni- i: I . the glimpse . of plnk-tlntcd cars?all be longed !<? Natalie \\<lls .lack <?!'< '?< <1 I - '?? ? .-l'alK t while the blood ran like lh|Uid tl* <? 11. i .inl: 1. h>s veins. "Nat. ??f coriinf," lie muttered gloom ily. for hi- ;? lit;. 11?a11?'I .< pleasant f<? J t - night with the La t intern, trusting i<? their taet t.ot !<? im-.tin his broken i-tigairnnx ? t '?? > ??? !.<lr .'ousln. With Natalie ih...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

MUCH UNEASINESS FELT OVEff REV. I. E. YOHJINNAN Xollilnj? Hns Ilcen Hoard of Mission ar.v '? Persia, Supported by I'e (crshurx Church. SEARCH IJ K I X ? CONDUCTED Aid of State Department Is Sought, but No Trace lias Dcen Found. Superintendent of.ScliooIs.lt. Kan dolpii Jones Resigns. (Special lo Tlu Times ?Dispatch.] I'KTIORSnurtf;, VA? January 2S.? I I. neasin ?sh Is felt hero ns to the safety of I toy. Isaac E. Yohannan, the nils- i sionary **?;nt by tJie Second l'rcshy- ' terian Church of this city to I'crsia. and 1 supported by that church. .Mr. Yo haitnon is a naturalized Armenian, and ( a citizen of Petersburg, and has many! li'l<Mids hero. Hi. has been In I'crnia ? K'-veral yearn and has done much Rood work. I'ruvlous to I he outbreak of the European war r<>Kular comniunica tions between him and the church hero | were kept up. but nothing h;iH been heard from him Min^e September. OMI- | < ala of the Second Presbyterian Church j have made efforts to locate him, but...

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. — 29 January 1915

jKirfimmiit fimejrflifticild] V1IK TISIKS, Koundril ? VllfcJ DISPATCH. FvunUcU IN30 r*? f'ubtl*hed every day In (hr ycnr liy 'I'llr 'I'linm. Olapntch Publishing l'uni|iuii.Vi Inc. Aililtrun nil rotaniuntratlocui to 'I'lIK TI.UKS-Ulsr.VTI'll, 1 loKD-UUpolvh UuUdlus, 1? South Tenth Mrn-t UkknMi, Vtu fBLEPnONK, HAMKW.ni 1 rubllmllvi OlOct.,, .....IV Soiilb Truth Street e?*w<h Richmond . . IDSO Hull SlreiM i'tltnliurx 108 Nurlh Sycnmore Street ' "rcktiurg 21$ ICiitlith if tree I IIASniiOOK, BTOItY ? I1HOOKS. INC, I'prclal Advrrdnlnc Itcprcnentn liven. * ? ?? York 200 Fifth Avenue 'Miilnilclpliln .Mutual I.lie HuIIiIIiik i IiIckco .People'* (ia.i lluililiitu FinSCHIl'riOX HATES (IV MAIL One Six Three line t'(ISTA?K PAID Year. Mo*. 31 on. Jlo, rJnlly nnrt Sundn7. . . .?tl.(to $.'l 00 81.MI 3 .ii'i Dolly only 4.00 2.00 1 . OO ,U5 tuuriny only 2.00 I .00 f#o .20 Ity Tlmes-Dtnpntch ("nrrler Dellvry Service In rtlehmooit (mid MiihtirliN) nn<l Peler*htirc: Dully with Sunday, one vrceU in...

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. — 29 January 1915

BRILLIANT RECEPTION . 1MOFWIIIS.UK J.urye Company of Kusliiimtililo Peo ple lOntertaintHl In CIIiiUt Purk. ^ I Kl'lili DKKSS IlUllili A NO OA SI'10 iiclnnimd (irayb' Armory Is Sreiie ur Hci-oittl .Military I Will of Hchkoh. Large Coni|iaiiy ??f Prominent Peo ple Aitend Pum-timi. About -Ioo members of the fafchlon .bit; society set wu|w included In ?be iitviliitloiiK M'Hi out by Airs. John llo li.tr: Hoed an<l Mrs. Charles l?. Larus i..i the reception w hlch they save vc? leriluy aflrrnooii from to 7 o'clock at their renlileneu la Glutei '1 was one of the ??i?>-st brilliant affairs of the iiiitlwinter season. aa<l lh?- rooms wire thropK'd vvilh handsomely nowned women durl||K lei-civlliS hours. A color scheme of pink ami sold was . ..ril .1 out in sprlnu blossoms, ami the .?nil... lower lloor was 11?row.i y|?c>n to the stietds ami arransed with ?'??'? .,.,.1 wi^'H or snapdragon*. dalTodi Is. tulips und roses. The tea table In the ? linliiK-room was set with a hus?: oas iw...

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. — 29 January 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTSi FUNS TAKING INTEREST IN NAMING THE TEAM Six! >-Four Dift'erent Suggestions Re ceived, W illi "llcliels" in tlie l.ead. Hankers ami Ityrds Follow. ]{((>' MFFTIXG T(l-M()HKOW NO* >N Subscribers to Slock ami Others In terested in New Company Invited to Assemble at the Ihisines* Men's CHth?Harrow Denies a Humor. Some of the Names Suggested 11 rlirl*. Kcmti ??**. Miinl?cr?. Itj tllK. Eliislli'i-. IlixifH. ItcK ionel s. II j rilies. I II % II llrrn, 1,t*iiilrrs. < ?i i'iI:i I i?l s. I'rnirrrxsi i es ?I ii m pi-r*. (till IT*. Ilunst ers. ? I.iliint. Kelts S?|jiirr?-ls. Im hicililcs. lll'Ci'iils. ( mi feil*.. S imil, er?. < oltttiel**. I :imli>>, I III till III l s. % i rnI us. I II I II III s. I iimktIhIs. < Ml teiisis. \\ ii lull' mrv. Ii i rI inils. Southerns. Hi nls. Mil 11 l?-rs. Opossum**. \ il ml ill*I rut or*. I *. I. I) r j ?*. smithies. I *11 \ l*Ni I'n I Ii IImicro. I t 0|M*f III"*. lie Ihitile*. I ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

PROGRESS OF IW. C. J. ' i> M Annual !ittti?|iic*l Is Held in ?\<*\v KtiiltliiiK, With liui'Kt At tentlaiirc. ^i;.mui;kshii?- has hoi sii,i:i> ''l?l Itoanl of Directors Askt^l to Ser%*e Aiinllier Veai*?.Miss Amy Smith, Kxeeiit ive SiTHidiry, Makes I'rinciiKil Athlress. More than members of I in- Voting Woman's I'hrislian Association sat own last niulit to tin1 annual dinncr < that organization, the lirst affair nf In Uln t to |k? scrveil in t>i?? new build in, ori'tii>ii il 11\ tin: association in May. Kncoui atcitiLr reports from all ilopart i'<nts of association work worn j?t? ? - ? tiled, i };?? membership having more tluin doubled since the larger iicrommo latbnis wore inmle available Tlio total *n? ? 111hers|ij|i is now J,.K'.(i The l?amjuet was served in the gytn u.imhiiii, nineteen tallies taking up the ?ntiie Poor space At the speaker's talile w ore Miss Katharine 1!. I) >.wv , uicshlent of the assorlation, .Mr.-. I'. I'. Walford, vi<c-|)icsi<!.!...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

STOCK MARKET SHOWS ?V CROSS-CURRENTS There 1> Atuple llooni for Individual Opinion as to Trend of Price t 'Iiaiikcs. TKAHKKS AUK DISSATISFIKl) Anion <if Stock* Not Favorable for Those Who Have l'ut Out Short Lines i:\ptTtiiiK t.moral Dot-line. ('uintnission Houses Optimistic. it\ into \n vn w \ i i M.w voltK .i.uiii it v :? There i? pent* of ro. iti for tnd Ivi -.pillion ' ti |iri. i* T.? lay"* n rk>t i cro?* ??ttrivnt? clearly Indicating the diversions of invest ment ?i?nttiii< rit dr-i-pi I to 1*10 of fid..I nlnlnrrt. >f ' armim! \v li i ? >1 true soil-.- >? ?ianj:?d lian.lv Hut t?ie O isi ..... Iifl.l. and dentine k n . lir. ? 1 tile 1 ?*.t Itah j.n-r- r Iti th" *1 K\- Ii >? J ' . \\ hot, th? ponderous machinery of St... k Kxchunr'. aculn till'V I at ' ' ill" i (flrl . n.lnlttiain f??? to-iii..rrow redo e.l t<i ? Many brokers uru-,1 h : it irk"-. coi:let..iiin; that wltlio- ' ? Murk would undoubtedly he ltrunjfer. , ...l ,.!??!..t - it til ??' "?r J.nr....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH Y10 Alt I ADMITTEDLY TIIB HKST MBDITTM IN THE SOUTH KOH CI.ASS IK1KD AJ)VKItTlSINQ. IICM'.I'IIONE Y"UH WANTS TO TUB TIMES-DISPATCH IIANL?OL.l?Jl 1 1 IIAJ(!)OI,P]I WANT A I). II ATI'S. f'VIt.V, rnn cent ii word *hnn |ml<l In A'l varw:?. No u<l. taken for Scum tliau 10 cent*. ^UMliW, ono and on?*-Vi?':lf cent it a wor<! for all ?ataf<ltteiJ "?a. ox.i:](t Slluutlon/i W/intva 'it our ? '.'lit rw \\ord. No u?l. tuUoii !ur lc*? 'hitri "li cuoid. NO ADS, taken foi e?'i thuri 'JZ cm*n wh?n of In. Phoncl onler? not t .> ir^nteeii < not guaranteed ? ???r l:s> H. M LOST AM) FOIM). TIlA I'Kt), Iiiryo y. How male S^cotuli , .ColHi iloy, '.villi wliiti: ? ???I!.?. i' .i'iiI ? I'l-vvaril ? ,ir r.-nnn or it.format ioo ? i'IIih; i . > ? tur? i f ? II' \V =t Twelfth iri'i'i. 1'Iiqii. Al..i u.i i L" - .t .OST, J'ltl I'tu |-"iu i ii ? i\ j.in l'i- urii 1" 'I I i Ti lie v I lis"- a t > It i' l.'i i . ' vva I d. HELP WANTJ?'.1>?Male. WAN'TivI), vhIIwhv mali ami &...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 January 1915

TO HELP BUSINESS llrllrtc In >??ur?n-ll, >mir coun try. M>li> nml ?*ltj?xinil II* In ktl(ut!??ui??mul ?n> m?. THE TIM ICS-DISl'ATOH IUCHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. THE HOUSE YOU WANT nuiy lie ofTorcil to-<lnv lu tlir rlniNl. fled citluninu at JiiNt your price mill (Ik* mli. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Miller cr jRhoads? "7 he Shopping Centre" "Remnants 99 Attend to-day's Remnant Sale and share in many of the hest Bargains of the season. In addition to hundreds of desirable Kern nants of Silk. Wool and Cotton Dress mate rials marked at just half of the former prices, there are many other items?from yard goods to Ready-to Wear Apparel, and from fancy articles to items for the home?all of which show EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTIONS OF PRICES! The following shows four of to-day's strongest cards: >p A I? V SUPREME COURT ADJOURNS \ivtl tfNxiou lli-uiti- >1 jir?-li 'J. ill \\ liifh I i in t- I in |nirl :i 111 < iix'h \\ ill ll<* Hi'siril. ,\ f *? : ????.? r j 1 l K .i...

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. — 30 January 1915

REAL ESTATE NEWS !m |>rrncnl<*?l (Inlly nidi nil un NiiriuiHNt'il |irr r?'?>(luu nf drtnll mitl iiitfrt-Ht lu THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth YEAR voi.HMK on m miii:u :?? RICHMOND. VA., SATURDAY, .JANUARY 30, 1915.?TKN PAGES WKAT1IKJI PA TP TO-UAVi ?? ?rVin MANY USEFUL HINTS rrlatlnK to hrntth. huumrhiilil rtlilrnl qurxlliia^ timl tilth Ion *rf dully on tli?? '?Yomun'w I'ukd THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS FUND FOR STREET WORK CUT IN HALF / New Budget, if Adopted, Will Block Plan of Street Im provement. APPROPRIATES $3,804,785.93 Increased Interest and Salary Charges Eat Up City's Surplus Revenue. The foi I heomlnt: city budget. :i draft of whirli yvas submitted last night by ' r I'inatu e < "nmmlt le. tf> the ' 'nininoii 1'??tiiu-ll, carries appropriations aggre a11ng $3,K(t4.7*5.93 an amount ? 1! l~f'.43 larger than * 11 * aug regatc of thr budget of last year. The measure was reeei ved and laid on the table for ' 'Uisidera t Ion ;it t Ji ?? regular meeting of tin- Common ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 January 1915

l>llot and mechanician, a German ofll cer and nuboftlcer, were made prison er.*." (iornuin. ltKULlX, January it* (via wireless to l<ondon).?The olllelul statement issued to-day by the Gerinun general army hoadi|iiarters hints: "In the western theatre: During a night expedition, made by one of our squadrons of aeroplanes, the Knglislt provision establishments of the fortress of Dunkirk were attacked. Many bombs were dropped. "An attack made by the enemy in the dunes to the northwest of Nieuport was repulsed. The enemy, who pene trated at one place as far as our trenches, was repulsed by a night bayo net attack. "To the smith of I,n Hnssee Canal the English attempted to recapturt* posi tions which we had taken from them, but their attack easily was repulsed. "Nothing of importance took place on the remainder of the front "In the eastern theatre: Russian at - lacks in the region of Kussien. north east of Gumhinncn < Kast Prussia), failed, the niu:n> suffering heavy losses "...

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. — 30 January 1915

RETAIL MERCHANTS HOLD THEIR ANNIML MEETING President's Report, Covering All Departments of Association's f Activities, Is Itend. BANQUTCT AT IIOTKIj HTRATFOKI> All Speakers I'ledKO Kfforts to Ad v 11 n e e Petersburg's Interests. Compulsory Kdiientlon Law Not to lie Knfurcnl at Present. 9 PETEHSBIJBG, VA? January 29.? The annual meeting of the Hotatl Merchants' Association, President Wil liam It. Wllleox presiding, was held in tin* rooms of the Chamber of Com merce last night, ami the Interest In the rr.eotlne; wan evidenced by the large attendance of members. The presi dent's report, reviewing the work of the association durlnir the past arid previous years, was read. It covered all departments of the association's" activities, credits, collections, advertis ing achievements, growth, etc., and contained suggestions as to future op erations The association was reor Kanltdd in February, 1012. with flfty Hvo members. It has new an active working membership of 130. Its activi ties I...

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. — 30 January 1915

Useful \V / 1 IT Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story WHF.X ni.VPK 3IBHTS III.VKK. Hy CMIirrlnr Cooiir. "I've novcr been so chicken-hearted about anything in my lite," sighed young Oeorge Madison. "About what? Introducing the speak - i r? 11'? as simple as shooting fish," ?aid his chum, consolingly. "Make a I ty bow. show your tooth, dear your I in oat and go on to say that Mine. .So and So?and so and bo?" "Never mind! Do It yourself, if you are such an adept. J'm all right and perfectly at. home with the follows, and presiding at a regular meeting of tho league is fine, but when it comes to having a hall full of mixed ponders and a real live lady speaker. I've sot Cold feet?that's nil." The Younp Men's l.eapue of the Vil lage of Itawson had been prevailed upon by a local organization of women to have a speaker come out from the city to talk on woman suffrage, it be ing a campaign year in tho Slat*-. (ieorge Madison, president of tlie !? ague, was the chairman of tho...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 January 1915

SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 1 SPORTS "N PICK OF RICHMOND'S ATHLETES III BIG MEET '?lues. <?rays <iik1 Howitzers Jo Singe a Series of Indoor Track Fvents in Former's Armory To-Night. ? on MK\ KKJN l'l? TO STAUT <MI!ci;i!s Will Hcgin Fvents I'romptly ? u Order to Complete the I.ohk I'log rain?Dashes Will He Hun in Heats and Finals. Contestants Numbers in 1 o-Night's Athletic Meet :t. nine*. Me Iter Wool) IvdIkHII)' ?I. Aiicnrriiw !?. ItiiNkrll ? I. Wltlinuin 7. 'I n > lor s. llrltcr, J. I*. Ilurtoii HI. IViimIcj, .1 I I. Kuliii I-. Hour lit. Mmii'iirr I I. 1.1. Vnuiflimi HI. Word. 17. IN'IIMll*}', i IS. Thornton III. Di-iiiiIh UO. *(,.,.| -I. >ltiI(1 %vIII ?Throckmorton (>r?}N, -it. sciimti -I. Heat tie \\ III III HIM. V.I,. -0. l-'lt* Illicit, \. -7. (.11*11 win in inn, Hurt .'id. I.ovine ? II. Klmore W II. ?js. an. It 101.A V * liureli lllll A. c. 1.1. (ienlrj -Ml. 11 iiiii Iiii rd 17. lli-ll I4*, liviiim ? I'. I'ollnrd Mr*;ill In lull. ?IS....

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. — 30 January 1915

jRirimiorii! (iiinc?-fltepntrl) VIIIC TI.MKS, Pounded msi rill>; IMSPATtll, Fcundfi] IH.10 I'nlillnlird rrrry day In the yrnr by The Time*. PUpnlch I'lil'llnlilnff Company, Inc. Adilrrm nil romninntcn tlon* to Till-: TIMP.9-OIM* ATCII, I'lmrK-Olspn(<?!? Pudding, ID South Tenth Street. lUchiooiid, Vb. fELRrnoMic, iu.\DO*rn 1 Pnhllrntloft Oiriee IV Sonlh Tenth Street Mtclunond KI2(l Hull Mre*-" I'eterwlmrie 10J? North S>rnmore Strei-t livrcliliurc. . . 21S Pltfbth Street MASnilOOH J8TOHY nilOOK', IXC, special Ai'TfrdjIns Hfprexentntlvf*. York . 2ftO Plfth Avmut Plillndolphla . . . Mufunl life Ilullillnii Ihlcauo People's tin* Hulldini; si hsckiptio.\ raits It \ >1AII, One SI* Three f'OSTAt.r: PAin Vfnr. Mo* Mfli. llnlly nnd SuniUy. . . .IA IMI US Oft ?! Ml Dally only 4.:rft 2 on ? tX> tuudD]- on It 2 Oft 1 IK) 50 fty Tlmrft-Otapiif eh t'nrrler DcIIttt Senlce lu Klohmouil (nnd anhtirhn) nnil Petersburg-! Dully with Sundny, one nrrk IS ernt* Dnlly without Sunday. one wfek...

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. — 30 January 1915

IMWIl DANCING ' IT THE COM) CLUB Many Parties to Gather There This Evening for Weekly Hop. *"SS TAliBOTT'S MARRIAGE ' 'remonjr Taken Place To-Night in Waynesboro?(Jeorge J. Heay Is sues Invitations to Ruffct Lunch eon to Rankers of Richmond. There will be the usual Informal ?Unolng ?t the Country Club of Vir ginia this evening:. A number of tables have bcon reserved for dinner, prior to '^e hop, and several informal parties nre to be given at the clubhouse this evoning. The tables will bo decorated spiinc flowf-rn an>) shaded lights. I'inolnsr will be general. and a stringed orchestra will play throughout the < veiling. Ml?n 'I'nlliott'n Marrlntce. The marriage of Miss Nellie Tate Tal bot!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VVM I'iitii H. Talbott, of Waynesboro, to Wil liam Potty Dickson, hoii of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dickson, of Norfolk, will be celebrated this evening at o'elock In St. John's Kplscopal Church Jit Waynesboro. Rev. Duval (Swath mey. rector of the church, will olliiia...

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. — 30 January 1915

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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. — 30 January 1915

I ADMITTEDLY THE n R.ST MRDIT7M IN THIS SOUTH KOU CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING. Ilil.IirilOM; Y?DU WANTS TO THE TIMKa-UiSI'ATCII tlAKUOLI'll 1 I RANDOLPH WAST A I). HATES. OAII.Y, en? cent n word when iiuld in ><] vonce. No ud. taUc-n for lean than W cents. U'NDAY. one unci one-half rent* u word to* *11 iltulfii'il except Situations Wnnteil *t one cent u word. No ad. tukon for 1cm* than 16 centn. ?'II ADS, taken for '.ces !liv. ?> cent* wh?n charged or phoned In. Phoned onler* not ?i'aiantoed. <;ia-selllcatloniJ not KUaruateed alter j -ii p. M. LOST AND FOINI). "TRAYRD, 1 ft r tr o y<-i!-?w male Scotch t-olliw dog, with white collar and f. > t. ? r> ward for return or information i' adIni; to return to 11 We.st. T-.vcli th ?street. I'liotie .\1adlsoii I'J'Jii-.f i'"ST, gentleman's foil. Rm? raid and diamond net Iiiik, suuke and torch d< - i'Kli. 1.1 be la 1 reward for rcluni to K. "? Mciidi;, II North . ?.<?!.t(i Street. l.o.ST, shirtwaist pin, initials M. F. i...

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