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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 February 1915

MARKET LUCKS BREADTH: DEALINGS IH FEIN ISSUES Prices "I'euBetl" 1?> Consistent Strenntli in Steel Common, "Willi Prices Above <11. STANDARD ISSl'KS AUK STIvlDV Fairly (iiiihI Demand for Mrliison, Northern I'nritic, <*? Northern mid I'nion I'licillc?Foreign S<*llin? Small Factor in Day's llnslness. n\ mho \i? \\ W.M.I.. Vi:\V V< 11tl\ I Vl.n:;ir> Pi "preiv.:" tii .lax ; '?> r "Hi' !?' Miiiifi um preventing M nil i ? ? 11'll. In 11 rather I.l ll|-> consistent Mr n|Mh " StcoJ common thill , cnri'ifl the p: i. .? t- |<nni\ al"?vr * :in<i Miov*?I a ir< 1 huvitu 1cm.-mo * ?? n :> ?? ! y Th?* market i k*?-i l?ic.*?ith .in*: snap * *1 * * ripatlni;* were foi somo time ronfln^u to 11 t few* isMios Aiiurlgaii Can was ictive with | rn early i !?>* that w as ? ;irr!<?? i later Into a t ? lc? line v?*c? ti . t.rnr?*s in the annua1 tr- I pdr' sh...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 February 1915

.Ridmroriii Cinic$$i$palrij AD VKMOPIIONM Y9IJII WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RA.NDOL.Pli I 1 ll.1Nnoi.PII j WANT AD. RATES. GAILY, one rent a word when pnM In *<1- j *anco. No ad. taken for lens lhan 10 cente. I ?UNI?AY. one and one-haif cents a word for ill climaltied exevpt Situation* Wanted it one cent a word. No uii. takeu (or l?n lhari 15 cents. NO AOS. taken foe eti than 2o centi when ; charged or pbon?d In. Phonud order* not K.'arantetd. ClacKlcatlon* not Kuarantevd t'U-r 6:30 H. M IIEATHS. WILMAJIS.? Died, ?t her residence. r. os Hull Street, ttoutli Richmond, Tuesday at 2:45. Funeral arrangements havo not yet i ten made. I'LU kett.?Died, at .Memorial Hospital, at 2 A. M., February 2. ;ift?< 1.a'nful illness, > which he hurt- with i'iim h |>atit-nee. KKNKST C. i'Lt.'KKTT, "i his forty-ninth year. He leaves a ?It-voted wife, who wan Miss Maud Cook, and i.even children, to mourn their loss. !? uneral from his r"Sidence. 1 ?? 1 S Nest...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 February 1915

| \ IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to rrad thr Want Ad column*. The little ndn reflect the trend of affair*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH iRidtmonft Cime^-jBiSpatclj RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1915. THE PLACE TO BOARD ran ennlly be determined by putflnjc n ?.mil Ad. lu the clnHMllled colunum of THE TIMES-DISPATCH m Sho^ns Mfney&Rhoa^s The Fine Rugs Reduced During the month of February we will allow a 20 PER CKNT DISCOUNT 01. our Wilton Velvet Hups?all tlio finer grades that formerly sold from ??}(? to $60. This is an excellent opportunity to secuie highgrade floor coverings, and many people are taking advantage of it. Third Floor. The Sale of Housekeeping and Kitchen Needs Women who take pride in their cooking, also in the efficiency and neat appearance of their kitchens, are manifesting a keen interest in this annaal February event?began yesterday in our Basement. One distinctive feature of this exhibit of Household and Kitchen Accessories, and one that adds oceans of interest to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to ?dvertlie your vr a n t ?? rvhrtlirr you dealre to bujr or aril?lu THE TIMES-DISPATCH VOl.CMi*. M m;.miiKit :tr> RICHMOND. VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. THE MORNING STORY on the Wumnn'n l'?Kf vrlll nfYorri you n Ifn tnlnutra mrtitnl relaxation ilulljr. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TEEN PAGES HKATHIUl FAfR 1?A?.K II 1 Al-TV PRICE 2 CENTS FAMOUS TOBACCO MAGNATE IS DEAD OF PNEDMONIA Alexander Cameron, Leader in Social and Business World, Passes Away. ESTABLISHED GREAT TOBACCO FACTORIES His Trade-Marks Were Widely Known in This Country and Abroad. WAR NATIVE OF SCOTLAND Xrrvffl ns Colonel on KtafT of Governor Fit/.Illicit IjPC. Alexander Cameron, Sr., on* o? the most prominent llgures of the last half century In the social and business llf<; of Virginia, died yesterday afternoon at r,: 1 f, o'clock at IiIh residence, 51!t East Franklin Street, aped eighty-two vi-nrs. His last Illness was brief, and his demise, while not unexpected, Mr. f'amrrori having ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

Fighting in Carpathians for Strategical Positions pal ridge of the mountain range In thi r?#ion of Jasllska anil Mezo Laborer., where wo took a battery of six cannon, tvi'o mortar*, a number of rapt<l flrers, ana numerous prisoners. An oltenslve movement undertaken by tho enemy southeast of -Usxok Pass was repulsed with enormous losses. ."News relativo to the transportation of German troops to tlio Carpathian front finds confirmation In the fact that on February 2, southeast of Beskld Pass, wo destroyed a battalion the 224th ficrman regiment. a remnant of which, notably battalion and company commanders and twenty soldiers. were made prisoners" ITALIAN PEASANTS (idlMi TO (iEHMAXY TO WOItK VENICE, February 3 (via I.ondon. 4 :"C3 p. >1 ).?Many Italian peasants, both men and women, are going to Germany to cnKafjc In farm nn! factory work. In response "to promises of unusually high wages. Men are offered SI.>52 a day and women 7."< cents a day....

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

FOOD Fill HOES CAPITAL OF MEXICO Diplomatic Corps in Washington Manifests Much Anxiety Over Condition*. HARD TO OKT THEIR IjKGATIONS j linn on Cipher Communication i IMacctf by Carranza Autiiorities. | Constitutionalist Agency Mukes: Reports From Vera Cruz Public. ! Villa Proclaims Himself in Charge of Presidency KIj PAMtl, TKX., February 3.? Frnnelneti Vllln Iiiim proclaimed lilin"elf In clmi-icc uf (hr presidency of ?Mexico. TIiIn uon announced lu n IrlrKrum front (irnrrnl Vllln re-rt-Ufd to-iiiRlit I))' liIn imi'iit* here. Villa appointed three mlulitter* to tnke vim rue of the civil n?vrrnnirnt. WASHINGTON, February 3.?A food famine menaces Mexico City unless ? -(Minions arc relieved, according to advices reaching the American State Department to-day. Tho diplomatic corps here la manifesting much anxiety over conditions In tho Mexican capital, because of the ban on cipher communication which has been placed by the Carranza autiiorities. This Is the first time, *!t is said, that ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

Useful \V/ ' 1 1 J Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story WHAT'S IX A GOWNt Ily Dorothy DoukIuk. Leonard saw tho gown for tlio tlrst time In tho Vi\n Tyles drawing-room. His artistic senses were stimulated to a degree quite foreign to them, for , Leonard was not of an artistic nature. . H? was the more surprised, then, that a gown worn by a perfectly strange wo- . man should so oxclte his admiration. Usually, Erie Leonard found his senses stirred, if they were to he moved, by purely personal charm. lie was . never in the least certain whether his companion wore pink, yellow or gieen, and whether her hair was coppery or j raven black. Therefore, in view of the strange emotion awakened within him. he went j immediately to bis hostess and craved an Introduction to the girl in the pink dress. He indicated Elise Watterman with a nod of his head In t;>o direction of the tall girl who was laughing lightly with an vfllcer in the navy. His hostess raised rebuking oye...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

?MEN ENGAGE III PERSONAL COMBAT I'hey Ar? Quickly Separated liy IlyStanders, mid Neither Suffers Injury. KXriTINCi SCKNE IN CHAMIlKll Argument Over Orders (Jiveu t<> City KiiKbieer (Jrows So lleuted Tliut Kiicoii titer Kesu Its ? Differences Finally Are Smoothed Over. (Special to The Tlmes-liispatch.] I'KTKItSUL'ltG, VA.. February 3.? Shortly before tli(? adjournment of the ?'ouncll, about midnight last nlicht, an < \< iting and somewhat personal discussion was sprung on lint question of the certilieatlon of warrants sent by the city engineer to the street committee. in December two vouchers, certllled by the engineer as "O. K.," with the hills attached, indorsed In pencil, were refused payment by the ? 'hiilrman of the street committee and returned to the city engineer to be certified in ink, with the- Indorsement that the work in question Had been "measured. examined and accepted" by hitu. Ljiiglneer l!udd declined to com* ply with the r...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

TH13 TI.MKS, Kit it mini TI1K UISI'A'ITH, Kounilnl J'uMljihed ovrrj- tluy In the jinr Ity Thr Tlinrtiniapntili l'liltllithliiK Compnny. Inc. Aililrrn.i nil ?? comnuiiileut Ion* to Tllll T1 >1KS - DISPATl'll, 11tiii'M-l)|N|i!it?-h lliitlilliiK, 10 South Truth Street, It loliiiioml, Vn. TKI.KIMIO.VK, It A \ UOl.l'll 1 Publlontlon Oftlcc 10 South Truth Strri't South !lIchitittiiil ,10-O Hull Street JVtrrntiurif. toil North Sjrnraorc Strn-t I.jnchlmrK Ills l".li;litl? Street HASllUOtW, ST4IKY iS lllttlOKS, IXC., Speelnl Vdvortlslnc llepre*entntlvc?i. Xrw A ork "il(l l'lfth Avrtiur Phllndelpliln >1 ittitiiI I.If?? Mullilln^ OhionKn IVople'* Hon ltullilliiK SI IIS t It I I'TI OX HA TK S I1V M \|l/, t?ne Six Three 4?ne POSTAtiK IMII) Yenr. .lion. Mo*. }lo. j I>filly nnd sUiulny.. 80 OO ?1 .50 9 .55 Dully only .... ?? oil 2.00 1 00 .as Numliiv oiil;. . ...... 2 oo I till .541 .25 IIj' Tlu:rM-llls|iiit?'h furrier l)i>llirr.v Sor\-loe In Hli'hnionil...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

Mils. ELM TO DECE1 i IN HONOR OF MISS HETH! Tea Tills Afternoon Gives Opportunity to Meet Virginia's llostj ess at Exposition. GO TO NKW YOKK FOH OPERA Mr. and Mrs. Conwny Gortlon Entertained in North?Luncheon In \ Honor of Mrs. Samuel I'eachy J*"* tane, of Winchester. j j Mr. and Mrs. Conway Gordon and | tholr daughter, Miss Margnret Gordon, j left town on Tuesday evening for New' York, where they will spend ten days attending Grand Opera. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and Miss Gordon were accompanied North by Mrs. Sallle MontKom- | ery Brown, who Is also In New YorJt for the opera. A number of Interest- 1 lng functions have been planned In tholr honor during their stay in that I placc. , Affnlra'of To-Day. ? Mrs. J. Taylor Kllyson has Invited a number of MIbs Nannie Randolph lleth's friends In for tea with her this afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock at the Kllyson residence, 10 ICa-?t Franklin Street. Miss Meth Is visiting her cous- i in, Mrs. Charles Seidell hero. She Is en route for California...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS! iMTEAMtl LEAGUE ! TO MEET NEXT TUESDAY Transfer of Orioles to Richmond Will lie Ratified and Season Schedule Adopted by Magnates. DtJNN TO REPRKSKXT THIS CITY Kverythinp Quiet at I.ocal Headquar-ters?Team-Naming Contest (lathering Speed, With Only a l'Vw Days to Send in Suggestions. NEW YORK. l'ebruary 3. ? President Edward Harrow of the International League lias issued a call for a meetinp of" the league directors to be held in this city next Tuesday. Tin* settlement of the circuit and adoption of a playing schedule will be the most important business before the board. The transfer of the Kaltimorc franchise will also lie ratified. From information at hand the league will consist of eight ><lul>s and a schedule of 3 4? games will !>.? adopted. Jade Dunn will represent the new ' Richmond club, and It Is a sure wairi-r ' that he will strive to u? t a fair share of the choice dates f*...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

:e batwoen ?lantl ccr,atton. One [i drawing monns to "and high conBcltitu-u y in other n to found e funniest a. Hut In sr.lenco of ? found a open the OBbruary 3. tho reerdied at ay. M r. o clrctc* r In the pstwatar, VWWk, bbt>h ttfc bW fcifci \ack? .rment a alck. ?>r Mri. i jnothnov#r ft-j o?rhow J you >utes, at it itoratoods omeoure. ttlvo ilthy j lome MANurv rAT10.V| _' ?-> ft SOUTHERN STAMP & STATIONERY COU?b(L 1 feimooir ? * RICHMOND CEDAR WORKS, Richmond, Vn. Purity Ice Cream Corporation, Richmond, Va. ? . Gentlemen: Attention: Mr. I. H. Fill, General Manager. Concerning the very nice business that you have been giving tIiis company for some years, we wish to say that wc greatly appreciate same, and hope that the class of goods we have been able to furnish you have been entirely satisfactory in every respect. We feel sure that this is the case, as you have been good enough to continue reordering all through the year. This ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

INTE T :rict Court Dismisses Ac?ron^ht Two Years Ago. Trans r OF TKADK CHARGED erts That Combination Will icd of Has lU'on I'rnctlsolvcd as Result of Kurol>tTX.UKf Fcbrtinry 3.?The govantitrust suits against tho t^ne, tho IlamburB-Amcrlrnn er,T.iamport and Holt I.ine nnd purging restraint of trade In i with freight and passcn- ; ^Nlshlp business between AmerEdw l?ea> and Hrn7.il; and against the this Steamship Company, men-s, whose steamships i<1y be- j port w r-olk :ini1 Asiatic ports, ! Trussed to-day. chls>vornment's suits were filed forn, years ago That against tlio 349ino and others charged that Jtaules composed the so-eall<'d '* conference; defendants to tho 0f it were all members of the soCapl* Eastern conference, it was Th Cltv case the government charged l>o several years the defendants e.lie: jaged In an unlawful eon-' ?*ato restrain trade and destroy ?<ion in ocean carriage between th<...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

SUPREME COURT WILL 1 REVIEW TRUCKER'S CASE Writ of Error Grauted Norfolk Southern Railway Company In Spinach Butt. TRANSFER COMPANY Al'J'KALB AbIwi Review of Jutl^-Mcni Awarded Thomas Boudar Against Itself and A, E. Carlton 'or Injuries Received in Automobile Accident. A writ of error and ?uperaedeaa was granted yesterday by Judge Jame? Keith, of tlt^e Virginia. Supremo Court ?>f Appeals, In the case of tho Norfolk Southern Railroad Company against 111? Norfolk Truckers' K?Change. The appeal is from the Circuit Court "f Norfolk city, In which on November p, 19)4, Judgment for $320.00 was tendered against the plaintiff in error. The jult was brought by the Norfolk Truckers' Kxchango on the allegation that the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company wan negligent In handling a lot of Hpinach shipped from Kempsvlllo to Milwaukee, Win. Two trials were held. In the llrst place the Jury found In favor of the defendant ? allrood company, but the verdict wus "verryled by the court, and...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

MANIFESTED B? MARKE1 Trndlnp Ts Dull, Thin in Spots and Irregular, l>ut Little Selling Pressure. SPECIALTIES A HE PROMISING I' urtlier Ad van op In \ "arious Issuos Is Exported ? Western Mouses Dominate Market, ami They llavo Turned From Stoc ks, to Wheat. nv RROA1IAN WAl.l., j VKV vonK Wl" I.irv "! IV <iv ? ?tock mnrkrt ?... ? s.i:I. thin in -???.? i Renprallv IsreRUlnr but '.i, klnc -c't '*? I'^r'stir* T'i?- 'o(.. >>ii.v.o.i undPrlv'nt: ??. ronc11 ? With i" vi - a fisrihcr i.Iv.itup in M'vi'filUir* I ""?"rn V ???. ? ? V"o?nlr.? t. I trading for 1 t l::i? T? . pornrl! f-??, > v.- : xv . . v. ? u. of ? i ? - |? M:,v wh? tn * Quick rise t? ?????-. followed i im'.tr rendition* t'-Ajv thsi for *. ljoa '.on fpt l->c of '-.tor rtrvk to TVtV ? * \ "?I ? < *r IVt?- Jv Mr,' I .vVu Inprov ? 1: t-r ?nnMr.:i?? Kntnics wor* r*.irro!:t to-d.iy. that ?s p**opor!v i l? estimated i<fi cnfninp .> verv ...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

ifiriimoni! 04m$-flispatclj! SIXTY-FIFTH YEAH ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE BOUTII FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. I'KLKI'IIUNK Y^UIl WANTS TO THIS TIMES-DISPATCH UASDOLI>H 1 1 IMADflLPH WANT AD. ItATES. "MIT, en* cent t worl when palfl In advance. No tid, taken for lean than 10,coma. SliXDAV, otiB und OM-half cents a word for all claaalfled u''a. e*ccpt Situation# Wanted at one cent n wuiii. No ad. tuUou tor lee* ?iian 16 cents. NO AOS. taken foi 'en than is cent* when charged or phoned In. Phoned ordere not Ituuranteed. CnuiBlhcutloiis not gu.iruateed after tt:A0 P. M. D13 ATI IS. HBVEHIjEV.?Dli-il, \Vi!(liii'nil;iy, J n n ? uary 117, ;it tIi?? horn" of her daughter, ?Mrs. J. Stevens Mason, mar Marshall, Vn., M Its. JANE ('A III'Kit HEVKIlI'EV, relict of the late Colonel llobcrt Beverley, of Fauquier, In her iilent^fourth year. She if survived l>y her four hoiis, two (laughters am! many Kraudchlldren and gieat-grandchildren. .Slio wan liut'it'il FltlDAY, Janu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 February 1915

* ? CULTIVATE THE HABIT of readlnic the Want Ad column*. ( They (ell of opportunities la nur dlrrctlou. THE TIMES-DISPATCH *1 f?id|ntond QTiine^-Jli^patcf) RICHMOND, VA? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915. TO KEEP IN TOUCH with world movement*, an well a* the bcw? of your city and State, read THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre MUler &Rhoa cfs The Shopping Centre j5r New Suits, Dresses and Coats! Heretofore apparel of this character has been difficult to obtain in anything like satisfying variety. But we have been making special efforts of late to meet the requirements of the larger girls with models that are youthful, but just as chic and smart as those for grown-ups. We want mothers (and the miss, too) to come here and see what splendid results these efforts of ours have wrought. See the new Suits. Dresses, Coats, etc., with just the lines that school and college girls will admire at first sight. Misses' Suits Nattv Norfolk Model Suits $27.50 Stylish Sport Suits, clear chec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 February 1915

WANT A I). PUBLICITY 1'uta your .jncnt for a altuatton on * tlrlrUT liunlutM tiaala when you aVlvrrtlae In THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO HELP BUSINESS llfllfVf In yourarlf, your country. State and city?and Ita Inatltutlona?and aay mo. THE TIMES-DISPATCH CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS SENATE POSTPONES! VOTE ON TAX BILLS Will Call Roll on Substitute Seg-i regation Measure at Noon To-Day. PROVIDES EX-OFFICIO BOARD Indications Point to Early Agreement Substantially on Governor's Bill. With the last vestige of hope for adoption of the plan of taxation mapped out l>y the majority of the Tax Commission swept away, the advocates of Hie centralization Idea iiavc eorne up Mulling. In both branches of the Meneral Assembly the votaries of the commission form are now centring t>i*? 1 r efforts toward persuading tlx- ?iomlnanl segregationists to '-out-ode a supervisory hoard that will have as great powers ;is can he vesteii in such a board without materially imp*'ling the ?lperation of the sy...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 February 1915

of Heaviest Fighting in Russian Poland and Galicia luted at Uplngton. Vankensburg'a Influence Is credited with being largely responsible for the rebellion. The announcement states that additional surrenders aro expected, and] that L#leutonant-Colonel S. O. Maritx and his men probably will give them - ! selves up before the end of the week. | KJirEROn PKItSOXAI.I.Y IXSPBCTS TUB T-21 AMSTERDAM. February 4 (via l.on-| don, 2:35 P. M.).? A dispatch received here from Hamburg says that Kmperor William arrived at Wllhelmshaven this' morning. Ills Majesty inspected the, German submarlno U-21, going over I the vessel personally. He bestowed the1 decoration of the Iron Cross upon the j members of the submarine's crow.! U-21 Is undergoing repairs at Wilhelmshaven, following her recent exploits in the Irish Sea. The Emperor also Inspected the units of the fleet at Wilhelmsha ven. The) men on the various warships lined the decks and cheered Ills Majesty loudly as he made his appearance. HI'SSIA...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 February 1915

rams system em WILL BE OFFERED TO-DH Effort to B? Made to Simplify Procedure In Land Registration. SAVE TEDIOUS EXAMINATIONS Majority Believed to Favor Bill in Each lloufio, if Vot? Can Be Iteaclied?Passed House at La?t Session. The Torrens Byatem of land reglstratlon, which has been adopted by fifteen Btatos In the last 'ei^ht yon.ru and abandoned by none, may be established In Virginia. Dolegato n. D. Adams, of Charlotte County, who Introduced a bill at tho last regular session of the General Assembly has revived the measure. It will he Introduced In the House to-day. The Torrens system measure was passed by the House of Delegates last year only four members voting against It. A majority voto for tho bill In fho Senate was assured, but action on the measure was delayed until It fell under a cloture rule. Mr. Adams was Induced to rivlvi) the measure by urgent requests coming from many and varied Interests. The i'ill has the Indorsement of many orionizations, representing financial,...

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