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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

/XOME INSIDE. MR. HOOLIGAN' ( WeuvX "THEY'VE' $OiTr4V-Y S GOT A < \hioivev HAPPY HOOLIGAN Almost Has the Katzenjammer Kids to Act as Best Man. PR. JONES' SANITARIUM Copjrlguted, 19IB, by th? Star Company. Crtal flrltaln nights ncsorved Y ? STOW CAHT CoVl&oN : ( PREMIES A^P ^VmARRV You UNUtSS you HAVE. <; /^^\A3)|^ONElUP AKP &l AT THE/ ^15 \ $ po\rectu\\ "fierce LvJcK, IPONT KNOMJ where. ON OITtf I CAM FIND A &E?T HAitA MY FRIEND you SEEM v^ani Ct \jhem> rouv) Yo U SE CA^ ])0 The greatest favor i ics thh woilp. <> 1\ WlLU YOU5E &E. I The mah ai J^MV WEDDlHG^/r III y&sXmwM%s ^ I Dl pN T OUITE CATCH H?5 NAME , J>UKfe. , 0UT HE5> GOMOJ To -tOivE A9 MY BC-yr MANj/ I M TriE^ KATzENJAMMtR KI.P5, MAN6> Amp FRiT2 ? ^\^0|HoF 'EM '. r WELL,pUKe,l'M OHTIM1 "rO^THt WE3)j>\KO. r-^? VT'?7 A L-OMt LA^E J NJHAT UA*P NOr--^ /#4 KEfcP ^TIIA. KAMI ALL RIGHT, FRlTZj' ^Aul rea^uaS^ L-tT HER. o o, r~ ^-v P ritz . c?^ '4x^ ,: ??? :-0 .? *?*? ? **.? ? * b">....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

PART SIX Magazine Feat urea by Famous Artists anil Authors, Illustrated In Colors Jftdintond ?hiie?-SU Now Disco ^eviCj?Things not Found In ** <olca?Oddi ties from nil over tlio World Copyright, 1913, by the 3 , Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reserved ?A Lepape Fantasy. \^2%? Paris, January 20. 0EORUES LEPAPE 1b, In the opinion of the advanced artistic world, a greater colorist than Bakct, the famous Ruaslan artist, who did so much to make the Russian ballet the craze of Europe and America. Lepape, indeed, three months before the great war broke out, was recog nized In Paris as having toppled the Russian artist from his pedestal. Most distinctive and most popular are' Lepape's "Parlslennes"?charming, chic, sometimes grotesque, often fantastic glimpses of the woman of Paris in all her moodB and manners. Lepaps wanted to go to the war. Ho is, however, a cripple from chronic rheumatism. He walks with difficulty, and only his hands and arms are exempt from the disease. His consta...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

ALL OVER Why You Should TIME>IAB0R and EXPENSE That Can Be SAVED By Making This Room MORE EFFICIENT IK you want lo reduce the time, labor aud expense that your kitchen involves you ought to make a map of the room with'dotted lines showing the dis tances you havi' to travel in preparing, serving and clear ing up after a meal. Hy studying such a map you will often he able to rearrange the room ?in a way that will enable you 10 do your work much more efficiently. Improvement in the arrangement of the kitchen will result in saving the energies of millions of people and make their work less heavy and more enjoyable, accord ing to a bulletin issued by the United Stales Depart ment of Agriculture. This bulletin discusses not merely the proper locution of the kite'.hen with reference 10 other parts of the house, but gives details as to the best methods of treat ing its doors and walls, and gives well-tested floor plans for the step-saving arrangement of the sink, stove, table and other k...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

THE CITIZENS OF THE FROZEN SOUTH Unlike the North Polar Regions, the Antarctic Hai Never Been Inhabited by Human Beings. The Animated Appearance of the Beach Line Revealed in the Above Photograph, Which Showt a Section of Macquarie Ialand, Is Due to the Multitude of Penguins Which Abound There. Theae Grotesquely Human Birds Are Found on Most of the Antarctic Coast Line, and Provide Good Food for Explorers. Except for occasional Destruction at the Hands of Explorers, However, Theae Denizens of the South Live an Unmolested Life They Have No Enemies. Fur-Seals Once Shared Macquaria Island with Them, but Seal Hunters Long Ago Killed the Last of Them. The Wreck Shown in the Centre of the Picture Is That of the Sealer "Gratitude," Which Foundered on the Coast Some Four teen Years Ago. Fourteen Lives Were Lost. The Birds Are of the Type Known as Roval Ponpuin*. HE most wonderful photo graphs -ever taken of the Ant arctic regions have just been brought to this country by Sir Doug las Mawson...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

Edward Rice, "the Worst Man Ever Arraigned In My Court/9 (as Judge Mclnerney Declared from the Bench), r and How His Academy of Crime Graduated Hundreds of Young Pick pockets, Burglars and Even Murderers ONE of CharleB Dickens's moBt famous charac ters was Fagln. Fagln, it will be remembered, was the repulsive looking criminal of "Oliver Twist," whose squalid den was the haunt of thieves and murderers, and, at the same time, a school of crime where innocent boys and girls were Initiated In all the ways of the underworld. New York has a Fagln, as will be presently ^ex plained. In a practical and s>'stematlo manner Fagln's pupils N were thoroughly 'fitted for the life of crlmo upon whloh they were to embark. 11 was not a case of picking up the intricacies of the profession piece meal. There was no long apprenticeship. Right from the start the boys were worked hard with the idea of developing them Into competent workmen with as lit tle delay as possible for the benefit of all concer...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

How the Modern Fagin Corrupted the Boys of Cherry Hill. By the Rev. Father James B. Curry Thu "Prle*t of Cherry Hill" {AM afraid 1915 will be tbo shortest year I have ever known. It is with dread that I look for ward to its end. With its expiration will comc the return of "Fritz.l" Hlce, the moot vicious criminal the police have ever known, and a constant thorn in uiy side ever since I have officiated in this parish. Cherry Hill is squalid. Most of it* denizens are destitute. Undoubtedly it is the abode of many crlmi* nals. But there are thousands of good, honest, God' fearing families in Cherry Hill despite their poverty and wretchedness, and It has boon my constant aim and Joy to aid and assist them. Rice has lured my boys away from me and made criminals of them. I bave done everything f could to nave my boys from contamination, but "Frlhbl'a" charm has often proved more potent than mine and be has succeeded in destroying the souls It was my desire to save. If any of my boys are s...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

IT1 U>lTttlP\ w?nce$* roRPo^Ei A Woman Educator's Interesting Theory of Corsetless, Barefoot, Partner less Poses, That Develop ,p | Resourcefulness, Character and Independence By. Mrs. Rawthorn Morgan (Head of the Department of Physi cal Education of the Summer Schools of Berkeley, Cal., and Supervisor of Physical Education of the Manual Arts High School of Los Angeles). "N ANCING Is practical. At least. be made to lend Itself to the most practical uses of life. We ought to dance with n purpose. These dances of mino are dances with a (purpose. It is a mistake to classify dancing as one of the merely ornamental ^rts. It is essentially a thins of beauty, but it mnv beromc a thin?, also, of utility. It may he made not a mere aimless form of amusement. The dancing of mv "Morgan elrls" that I have brought lv.vst from Angeles to do drawingdancing, girls who come from homes of refine ment, who are paying their lirst visit to theJf^a>sJ..ls,'of t lie kind that In creases efficiency in...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

A Week with My Hair By Mme. Lina Cavalieri, the Most Famous Living Beauty IT is .Monday, and I note that my hair does not respond readily to the brush; that it lies lifeless un der my fingers; that instead ot being a live, bushy, glowing mass, It has diminished to a wisp scarcely larger than my two fingers. It Is as though some witch in a rage had plucked it, hair by hair, from my head as I slept. With this lifeless condition of the hair I have always found two corre sponding conditions of the Bcalp. The. scnlp is hot and dry. Also, the brushing reveals dandruff?light,' fine and profuse. - First to remove the dandruff, for the dandruff must be removed. Hair cannot, thrive when that fine, light powder lies upon the scalp, obstruct ing 11h pores. To rid one's self of it the hair must be washed, not once, but often. 1 resolve upon washing it every day for a week. I choose the time when 1 have had my bath. In the water 1 have diseolved half a cake of the best soa;> 1 can get. If upon...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

Who Started Those Unkind Stories That Have Been Annoying Miss Gladys Cooper? I.nndon, January 2.. IIT i.-iv.'I anjbooy "want to tea so Miss Glady* \\-i ? Who has b^en circulating stories aro;:: d l.or. don to annoy her? Mi?? Cla'iys Cooler is the young woman who Sir 1 Philip TV.: me-Jones. tbc d::-tlngutshed artis't. declare-; is ?without doubt :he most beautiful woman in tlx1 world. Long before th? wnr broke out. and there won? no hard feelings between nation?, Sir Philip made *lu's solemn .declaration: "Gladys Cooper la incomparably more beautif-.il than any of the American, French, Russian, (iermnn and Italian beaut:??. She is the most perfect type of pure, golden-haired Anp'.o-Saxon loveliness that can bo con ceived. Nil one can bo more beautiful than that." Miss Gladys? (,'oopor is an actress. In privaie life <Uio 1b tho wifa of H. J. l'.uckmaster, a wealthy English sportsman. Soino sympathy has been cx? pressed for Miss Cooper because it hag been paid that her undoubted abi...

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

TO KEEP IN TOUCH wrlth world movrmtnli, u T*ell mn ?'?* urvra of your city und State, r(nd THE TIMES-DISPATCH IT WILL PAY YOU to advrrtlae your rvmatm? nlifthfr >ou dfilre to buy or nrll?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH <55th YEAR VOI.ITMH OS M'.MIIKH :V? RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1915 TEN PAGES WEATIIER TO-DAY I ? RAIN PRICE 2 CENTS OPPOSES METHODS OF BILLY SUNDAY Kev. H. D. C. Maclachlan, D. D., Objects to Inviting Baseball Evangelist to Richmond. RESULTS NOT BENEFICIAL Offends and Keeps Away From Churches More People Than Are Won. Voicing an opinion which, he Haiti, was .shared by many other people in Ulchinond, Ho v. II D. C. Maclachlan,] !' IJ.. pastor of the Seventh Street Christian Church, last night set htm- < Mlf in stern opposition to bringing Hilly Sunday, the famous evangelist, to itichuiond. However sincere Sunday] may he In his methods. Or. Maclachlan does not believe that those methods arr followed by permanent and beneficial results. and he salt! that it is a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

Carpathians Assuming Character of General Battle Hay on the Isle of Man by a coast wise steamer. In addition a German submarine aiso ImK torpedoed two British steamers In the lCnpll;h Channel near Havre?the Tokoinarn and the Icarla. The Irish Sea raider escaped, and shipping Interests', confident she lias re turned to her base, ordered a resump- ? tlon of commercial traffic to-day. Tliis underwater Kmden is the \es-' sel. which last September torpedoed In the North Sea the Rritish cruiser Path finder with a loss nf 2I'"? lives. and < later destroyed two Itrltislt steamers j t>ff Havre, lu addition to the three ves- , sels she Is known to have sunk, she j chased at least tlve other steamers. These include the steamer Graphic, with 100 passengers and a crew of forty, and the smaller boats At reus, j \va. Kathleen and Kndytuion. All these vessels escaped in xlgzag flight The Graphic's captain had his pas sengers don lifebelts and sent the crow io the stokehole, so that the steame...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

MTES-FlMiO ARMY GATHERS in RALEIGH From All Over North Carolina, Suf fragists Are Headed Toward Capital. 'A) HE HEARD TO-MOHltOW j l>r. Anna Shaw Will He on Ground Leading Hosts of Those Who Want the Hallot?Failure of Hills I'redieted. (Special to The Tltncs-Dlspatch.l ItAMCICII, N. C., January 31.?Mem hers of tlio General Assembly aro warned that this week there will bo the biggest and handsomest lobby In Italeigh that <!V?r has haunted tho liotol lobbies :iii<1 th? corridors and cloak rooms of the legislative halls during a session of the Legislature. In deed, the vanguard of this powerful lobby is already gathering, and it will be hero In full force by Tuesday after noon when there will bo the Joint com mittee heating of the Itybgood' Roberta and other woman's suffrage bills. Dr. Anna Shaw, national head of tho move ment, will be hero on Tuesday, and. In tho meantime, advocates of equal suf frage In all parts of the State who can be Induced to come to Kalelgh are heading...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

Useful \VT J U Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story 11 Kit tuii>. llj' olive Huberts Ilnrton. tJon met thoni at the train?l.orraine. her mother ami father. It seemed centuries since lie had seen her. l.or r.\ine, of course, although it liail been fitit two weeks since she had gone ..w .o\ The parting had been full of fore ? '<l?na for Don. Snch a trip was sure > ;>o prolific in young men. A* home il was hail enough, ami Don had to 'inve tlie prowess of a gladiator and the cunning of a t'hlnaman to keep lltose unwelcome attaches from bob bing up constantly. To make thing? ;nuif ominous, l*orrnine had intimated before leaving tiiat Signorlna l?otta had foretold tatifallzingly vague things of a tall voting man with brown ??>??? mid dark hair. This was thorns and nettles to Don, whose e.ves were gray and hair a decided auburn. lie now searched her face anxiously. Ilad tlie dark young man materialized in the fortnight's vacation'.' There was nothing there t...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

======== "" " ~~ 1 "=^ ISPORTS [ NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | S P O R T S 1 v , .... J WILL MAKE 1 EFFORT TO CLOSE LIST THIS ISEEKi ' .'li vusser* Stwrt This Morning, anil tvxpcet to l.nnd tlie* Amount Xeeri cri to Complete !Mt),ooo Kauri. <>. 15. INDIOBTKI) TO liAIUiOVV *?1ajor Circuits Slioitlri Overlook \o Chance to Help International l eague anri^So Howard I'ast l-'a " >or.-?..Kctls Won't invade Newark. . I Mffnrtp will lie made t<> ?!??>??? the Milisi 1 IpUon list for stuck in tIt<? Iticli iiiniiil f'J.\liibit!o!i toiiitiajiy Oils vvi'i'k. 1 auvasser Jones, Willi tin? able assist ii?!???? ?>f Ui0 |lv,. who volunteer* il at 1 lit' '?u-ftiiin Saturday, will start nut early Mil* morning anil tin- fiNt.niio necessary lo close llic books is expected to lie turned in before Saturday night next. Saturday sufficient subscriptions 1'-ached tin- hoard of mivcnmrs to j#lr,< 'in* mark above $5 7,000. 1 'oiislderabh- intercut is being ?lis- ' t?1 ?...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

Tin: TIM US. Koinul fil 1KSS THK DISI'V K II. Kiniiiilril IS.1U I'iiIiIImIkmI rvcry iliiy In tlic jonr liy Tin* TIiiich )>ln|inteli I'iiIiIIhIiIiik < ?oiii|i liny, Im*. A<litrrKM nil COtltiiitllilrn t ImtM in Till-; Tl MI\S - IMSl'ATI'H. Ttni<*?-l)l?|iii trli lliilhlitiK. I<) South Tfiith Sln*t*li ICl?-liinonil. \ >i. tki.kimiom:, kwdoi.i'ii i I'll lillcn I Ion Oilier IO Sontli 'IVnIII Slrrrl Smitli II li'lniKiiiil Iirjll Hull Strrcl I'elrrnltiirit. . IliJi Xorlti Sjrmimri* Sln*i*l I.yneh luiru l!l?* IOIkIiOi Sired ItXSIIHOOK. STOIH .V IIHOOKS, INT.. Sprcliil \ <1 vert Isliiu ll?*|irc.>iriit?itlv?*Ji. Ximv York -nil l-'iftli \vfinu* l*lltlnil?*l|ililu . . >1 lit nil 1 I.If)- linililliiK L'hU'iiKO I'????|iIi*\h (.iin lliiilillnu / SI llsi It ll'TKIN II \TI> IIV MA1I., Oiu* SI * Tliroo Om* I'OSTAIJM l'\{l> \ i'iir. Mum. Mil*. Mi?. Drill* rinil Miiiiln.i ... Si! (Mi sa oo $1 .All !S .."Ji Iinlly ?.iiij i mi a on l.titi .ar? Siimi.i* ?mlj II.mi i mi r>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

"PICKWICK PAPERS" TO BE! TOPIC AT WOMAN'S CLUB ' rank Speulght, of Kuxluntl, Well Known Impersonator, Will He Speaker. HI.I'KK ItlCt 'A lili INVITATIONS Miss Julia Cone ami Miss laiulse t'nrriujgCoii Are Knlortnl^eil I" Norfolk?Daunlitcrs of .^inerlcun Revolution to 1.1 <>l?l Reception. ?Mrs. Thomas (*ary Johnson is chslr nan cif this afternoon at the WoniHn*# ? * 1 ul?. when Frank Spoalplil, of Kng aiifl, 1 lio famous impersonator of IJlck ? im' characters. will be lienr'l there. T|io subject or .Mr. Speaight's nddrens V. ill 1,0 "Pickwick Papers," anil :i large ;? iid interested audienco will till H"' >luli parlors for the even'; 'J'he usual Informal reception will fol low 1)10 program of the afternoon. \ l?itor?t l-bitcrfiilued. MIhs Julia <'one. of Kicluiiond. ami Miss Louise t"arrinjjton, of <"harlott< l.'nurthouse, who ate vi.sltlllg in Nor folk, wuru guests of honor at a can! I?;?rly e'riday afternoon, ?t w hi' h Mrs. ?W|J.ilo <!alt wan lloHteijK. Auction...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All inquiring find rommnnlratlonn addrrnMpd to The Tltiim-niNpntch ?lll rrorlvr prompt nltrillion. Thin department >v!ll apprir rath Mnntln), nnd contribution* or HUfKCKtlaiii will J>e nrlromtd. Facts for Farmers, Slock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners-'-Queries and Answers MAKE EFFORT TO ATTRACT THE GOOD BIRD FRIENDS Cats mi larue sniikcs air enemies of birds, the former perhaps klllltm more :>irds than any other inaiiiin.il. Trees and polos supporting houses sJiould bo sheathed with tin <>t' galvan ized iron to prevent theso enemies from climbing to the nests Squirrels (rivo more or less trouble hv pnawing houses, ?atlug etrcs. ami killing nest lints. Hod squirrels, in particular, hsivo a very hud reputation in this r espeot. ami many experimenters Keep their trr.?umls free from them. Some regard living squirrels as hut li...

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

jRicfonoriii CimeS-J)i$palcfj SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR ADMITTEDLY tiib best medium in THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IKIED A.DVERTISINO. TELEPHONES VOVIi WANTS TO THE TIMES- DISPATCH ilANDOLPil 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. ItATES. OAILV, on# cent a word when paid tn ad vance. No ad. taken for lea* than 10 centa. SUNDAY, one and one-half centa a word for all claealfled uria. except Hltuatlona Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. taken for lea* than It centa. NO ADS. taken foi '??? than B centa when charged or phoned In. Phoned order* not fuaranteed. (Jluusflllcatlon* not guaranteed n fter ?:? P. M. LOST AND FOUND. ; I . L< 1ST, open tnce silver Hamilton watch: no engravings and gold fob amethyst sot Reward If returned t<? Tluies IHspatch ollice. LOST, Saturday afternoon, amythyst brooch, not with pearls. Kinder please phono Maillson 7744-.I. I(?ward. LOST, Saturday night, three HO hills, between 1104 Challln Street and Har rison Street, or on the Itivervlew car, j between Harrison and the Dooley stop. I'le...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 1 February 1915

L CULTIVATE THE HABIT of rrtdlnc (kr Want Ad column*. They tell of opportunities la loinr direction*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH fUctimonft Wxvaz? A RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1915. THE MORNING STORY on the Woman's Fag? will afford 7011 a few mlnutri mental re laxation dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Miller & Rhoads?''The Shopping Centre" Some Out-of-the-Ordinary Values in Dainty Muslinwear Ever have any one ask you?"Why does the Miller & Rhoads store get the largest business?" We'll answer: For the simple, convincing, easily-proven reason that Miller & Rhoads offers?in addition to better varieties?BEST VALUES in better qual ity merchandise. Last week, and for several weeks past, hundreds of the representative women of Richmond and vicinity bought liberally of the beautiful, snowy white undergarments specially offered in our January Muslin wear Sale?comparisons elsewhere having quickly proved the advantages of this store. Naturally, you are interested in real econ omy?the kind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 2 February 1915

) important NEWS of city, State nnd country rim uhvn.>N lie foil ml lo tlic columns or the times-dispatch fftdjitumil ?me?-$U>natrit dr. brady's talks on health nntl hygiene are a dally feature of the Woman's 1'nKe you should read. thk times-dispatch K">th YEAR vom.'mk an mmiikh :t.i RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915. ?1TWELVE PAGES "a';.V'!."1u?RAIN PRICE 2 CENTS DEMOCRATS REVOLT I AGAINST SHIP BILL Nine Vote With Republicans, Changing Administration Ad vantage Into Defensive. FIGHT ALMOST HOPELESS Motion to Recommit Measure Pending When Senate Ad journs?Party Caucus Called. WASHINGTON, February 1.?Nine Democrats In the Senate to-day Joined an alliance with the Republicans In an unexpected attempt to recommit the government ship-purchase bill. The sudden revolt turned !n a twinkling an administration advantage Into si defensive, which to-night ap peared almost hopeless to many Dcino ? ratio leaders. Forced to fight for the very life of the proposed measure, the Demo...

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