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

Useful \V r 1 M Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story Til K GHKKN SKA I.. IIv .Iran I)lcker?on. Mob Noyes was as brave as one could (leslro when ho hnd to face actual danger, but when It camc to proposing to on? little blue-eyed girl with whom he was madly In love, why Hob simply backed away from her father's front door and rushed to the nearest telephone pay station to mnko his confes?lon over the wire Alma's voice at the other end waa soft, nnd hesitating and cntranclngly sweet; but the hesitation was maddenintc to Hob Noyce. "Tell me now"- he urged impatiently. "I?1 couldn't!"' she pleaded. "I'll write you a little note before I go to bed?honest I will. Hob," sh?? ended In a quavering, childish voice, for litis proposal of marriage, even over the commonplace telephone wire, was n llfe-sllrritig thing to her. "1 wish you could tell me now and put me out of my misery," he urged. "Just think, when 1 receive your note in the morning after a sleepless night ?I'll sit an...

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

REPE1L OF JUSTICE ACT PUSSES BOTH HOUSES Vol? in Bcnato In Overwhelming, nnd Measure Now Is Itciuly for Ratification. JI/STICK RLAMKD BITTERLY Srnntor (Malm IiOiig nnd Short Haul Clause Has Cost State Much Money, and I?rovcd Ruinous In I'ractlce. HAL.I5K3H, N. O.. February 4.?'Tho l>lll for the repeal of the long ami nhort liaul clause of tho Justice Intrastate freight into act 1h now ready for ratlllcatlon, having passed the Senato this afternoon without amendment so that thoro was no necessity for It to go back to the House for any sort of further concurrence on tho part of that body. The llobgood amendment was voted down, 32 to 10, and then tho original hill passed 35 to 7. In tho course of the discussion Senalor Johnson, of Duplin, declared that J. Justice has cost the State a great deal of money, and his theories have proven ruinous in practice." Senator (illllam said that tho Justice act him cost two firms In his town ? 15,000. Senator Thompson, of Onslow, and other...

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

tick TIMKS, Knuoilrrt.... TUB DISPATCH, Kouudrd IRKS 1S50 PnblUhrd every doy in the year by The TliueaI>lni,n?oh PublUhlnp CompnitT, Inc. Addre** nil communication* to THE TIMKS-IHSPA1CH. Tlmr*-I>lHpatch HulldinK, 10 South Tenth Street. Ktehmond, Vn. TELEPHONE, IUSDOLPII 1 i'litillcnttos Office 10 South Tenth Street South Itlclimond lOHO Hull Street I'eterKlmrK 1"? North Sycamore Street l.ynehburK Eighth Street KASnilOOK, STORY ?* BKOOHS, INT., Special Advertlnlnjr Keprenentativea. \err York , 200 Fifth Amur I-I.llndeli.hln Alutual Llfr I.ulld ur ( IiIcuko People'* tins HnlldluK Sl BSCUIl"rit?" HATES ?ly m a II,, due SI* Three One POSTAKE PAID Year. Mo*. lion. Mo. I>nllv mid Sunday... So OO S? 00 SI 50 $ 55 null) onijr 4.on " "rt 1 00 Sunday only a Oti 1.00 JM) IIt Tltne*-r>!M?ateh farrier Delivery Service In Itiehinonil (and nuliurlm) nnd Pcter*burK? Ilnily \vllli Sunday, one urek IB cent* Dully without Suuday, one we< k 10 cen...

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

AOTHESM ILL BE SCENE OF BRILLI1T RECEPTIDN ?>lr. anO Mrn. Jonathan llryun to ; Kntortain at Thoir Country Homo. >1188 JACK80N JCNTKHTAINKI) Guest of Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. JoKcphua Daniels* in "\VanIiIngton?Dansant In Ifor Honor In (iivoii oil tlio Mayllowor. There are two large and Interesting functions to be glvan to-day of Interest to the fashionable sot In Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Rrynn are entortalnlng at a reception this afternoon. the affair to lie given at their handsomo country estate. "Rothenny," on the James River, and about 100 guests have been invited In for dancing In the evening. Miss Anne Holmes Reynolds a dehutante of the season. will bo guest of honor thin afternoon from t:30 to 0 o'clock at a 1 iii reception given by her aunt. Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson. In her home at the Union Theological Seminary. Only the younger sot and the Junior class of the Union Theological Seminary have been invited to meet the debutante. Miss Alice Gra...

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

SPORTS L NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS Dill ARRANGES TWO ADDITIONAL CONTESTS Now York Americans nml Boston Rod Sox to Piny Here April 7 and 12, Respectively. PROMISED SEVERAL PLAYERS Two Are Pitchers and One an In- j Holder?Harry Matthews Awarded $2!) 1.03 by National Commission. Baseball Decision Postponed. BALTIMORE. MR, February 4.?j .lack runn, who returned to his home hero to-day from New York, said lie had heen promised throe or four good hall players for his Richmond club, j Two are pitchers, he declared, and one Is an infielder. All are now the property of American Leapuo teams. Dunn said he thouuht there was a pood chance of the draft being re-' moved from the International, American Association and Pacific Coast Leagttes, hut he admitted that he had received no information on the subject. The Richmond magnate arranged two more exhibition games while in New .York. His team will entertain the Yankees on April 7 and the Boston Red Sox oil April 12. CINCI...

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

SOUTHERN MHIHOS ' DISCUSS FUT RITES i '? ive Presidents Join in Statement j to Patrons of Their Tdnes. MIST HKADJTBT ClIAKUKSj i ' resent Inequalities, Condemned by i Interstate Commerce Commission, Are an Inheritance From Former i Times and Different Conditions. _ The recent order of tho Interstate 1'ommerce Commission, enforcing tho 'ong and short haul clause of the art i ?> regulate commerce, has mailc necessary a general readjustment of freight rates throughout the Southeastern territory, according to a statement addressed "To tho People Served by the Kallroads of the South." and signed by ? 'residents J. It. Kcnly, of the Atlantic f'oast Line; W. A. Wlnburn, of the Central of (.Jeorgia; IT. I!. Smith, of the I.oulsvlllo and Nashville; W. .1. Itarahan. of tho Seaboard Air Line, and Fairfax Harrison, of the Southern. ? I 411.ROAD* INXIIK STATKHIHXT TO I'lOOI'I.K OK TIIK SOt'TIT The statement follows: An order of tho Interstate Commerce '''<mmlssIon, pursuant...

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

"Ilolttnll" Pool Attempts to Advntire PHcc, but Is Oversupplied t?.v Insider*. j. WHOI.K 1.1ST IS IRKKCri.AU Toward Close Trnctlon Ilestarts l*pward Movement, and Leather Stocks I.Jft Industrials to Higher Figures?Market Is Strong. nv HKOAllAN ffAI I. NKW VoltK. Ffliiuiry ? T'>-ilay'? ?'o. 1; market started on ?? tiI?%*<??? t!r?? and motored an hour on gasolene Issues until sugar on it to out. causing prices to slip. Traction restarted the upward Movement, and lMih?r stocks pulled iho Industrials up toward" tn? r!?sr International l*?ues w ?re soft. an the end was Irregular v. lilt notable heaviness !ri Southern P i tfo (loodtlch ndvan< ed to "<v rhis ? ompanv , has no honied inlfhti I ness It r\ <! no bills outstanding it! tt" t.cglnninr. of this year. j and carrl< 1 over a .? ??}i haianco of about H.NV>,(*V> The preferred Mock has reju Jarly r?cflvfil 7 per cent !n dividends. Maxwell Vctiir pre...

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

jSidimmui ?mes-fli$palclj 8IXTT-FIFTH TEAR ADMITTEDLY THE REST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH KOIl CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. rKLl?P!IOM3 YOUR WANTS TO TUG TIMK3-DIBPATCH (iA Nil t)Li I'll 1 1 UANDOI-iFl! WANT AH. RATRS. "AIT.T, m? cent a word when paid In ?flvtince. No ad. taken for l?*?m than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and oin-hulf cents a word for *11 classified ?/'?. exccpt Situations Wunted *t ono cent a word. No ad. lukeu for leai thau 16 cento. M> AI>S. taken foi leso tb&n Si cents when charged or t'boned In. Fhoned order* not guaranteed. (JIltonlQcatlona not guaranteed hftur t:8? p. M. DEATHS. KAUFMAN.?Died, in Baltimore, Md? February 3. JCLIA KAI KMAN. She is survived by two brothers, Samuel and Carl Kaufman, of this city, and iwo sisters, Mrs. William Edell. of Baltimore, Si<1 . and Mr*. M. Litchensteln, of Providence, H. 1. Kunt'fi I w,11 tako place fro;ii ilie < hnpel at th? Oak wood Hebr*j>v Cemetery at 11 A. M. February 5...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 5 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS mux And n nolutlnn In the <1 i? 11 y dlnetiftalonn of >lnrtlin M'mlovct ? >ii llic Wnnniu'R I'nur. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Richmond C?irae?-fl$pafcl) RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS May frequently lie foaud through n Mniitll nd. In the clfiNMlfleil eoluiiuiM of THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping] Centre Miller &R!ioa^s The Shopping Centre F 1 i?^ TT ] i?n\ ki;m\ant day ll'iU !b=y/j.? Bargains for Everybody Much as these sales mean to us, they mean more- much more to women who love economy! They enable us to clean up stocks for a new season, and they enable you to get, some excellent bargains in goods that are needed right now! Many of to-day's best bargains are in very small quantities, like odds and ends, etc., and, of course, are not advertised. Your presence (early) is important. An Extraordinary Sale of Blouses at $ 1.35 To-day at a First Floor Booth. also on the Second Floor, \v>' wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

r , 0 MANY USEFUL HINTS I . ^^ if a=^i,i jRirijtttonu i^patcl) SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY llrloK your copjr lo-dny. flcnl Kktntr, llimliitm Clmnrr*, Ilonrdfm Wanted. Help Wnutrd. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65t.h YEAR vot.riiK ?s .WMIIKR ST WK*TnKR_ CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS ADVISES CLOSING ! OF VICE DISTRICT' Mayor's Commission Files Long-1 Awaited Report. With Drastic Recommendations. AINSLIE TO ACT SHORTLY Executive Order Now Expected Abolishing Segregated District by May 1. ''omplftinR Its investigation#, extending over ? period of scvral months. In which was Included sixty days of intensive work under the direction of experts front the American Social 11 > glene Association, tlie Vice Commission. appointed last March by Mayor Middle to Investlgatc tin* social evil as ? < lsts in this city, filed a nine-page t p'-v. r!t t'Mi report with the Mayor yesterday, summarizing the local situation Mid recommending the Immediate en - for< enient of the laws against vicious ? n...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

of the Auntro-Gcrman force* to take the offensive OH ?lie River Nlda. In Southern roluml, and on the Dutiajro River, In bnlicla. The Austrlans admlt the loss >?f Tnrnow, Galicia. an Important centre, Russlnn possession of which Insures the main line of communication In Western Gallcla. In the midst of tho snows of the Carpathians the two armies still are contending for the pastes which lead Into I lungary. The Austro-Oennan forces drove the Russians back from the passes which they had occupied on their extreme right. west r * Dukla I'ass, hut elsewhere the Russians claim to be making progress, or. at any rate, to be holding their own. ? Artillery engagements and few small lnfnntrv attacks make up the sum of the opera! ions In the west. There ate indications, however, that the allies are preparing the way for an offensive In the Arras region, where their artillery has been busy, and where they have captured some Herman trenches In tlw Argonne rwilon, too. the French claim ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

SIMPLE SERVICES MIRK FUNERRL OF COL. CAMERON Many Friends and llusincss Associates Attend I wist Kites at Church and Crave. "It. CKCIIj CONDUCTS 8KRVICK Well-Known Men Anions Active and Honorary I'allbenrers ? Favorite Hymns Are Siidk by Choir of Kecond Presbyterian Church. Simple services marked the funeral yesterday of Colonel Alexander Cam'?roii, who died on Wednesday afternoon. The funeral took place at noon from Second Presbyterian Church, with lt?v. Kussell Cecil, I?. U., conducting the service. interment was In the family section In Hollywood Cemetery. In accordance with the hist wishes of Colonel Cameron, the choir sung his three favorite hymns. "I.ead, Kindly i.lKht," "Nearer, My God, to Thee," and "Alddo With Me," during (lie service. The church was thronged with the many friends and business associates of i tie aged tobacco manufacturer. His j I liiearers included the foremost bust?m >s and professional men of tiie city. I'ollowinsr the church service, the body...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

Useful \V 7 1 IT Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story JAM-. A\ll TilK M-rr. Ily Mull) Mi'llaNtrr. ,Inrt(> gazed wistfully after the retrciilinR figure of her lifelong friend. Thcv hail quarreled over a mail. ;?i?<I it ?lid not s^ctn possible to .Inno that any man could over take the place of Pollv Warden. vol Polly was walk In ft out of lior life forever. Jane heaved n siish nnd returned uj> the garden paili and into the rose-clad cottage. She had walked nil the way to the unto In a !"rntlnuiMl effort to make amends with I'ollv for the hasty wnnl* that had parsed between them Hut Polly had refused to take tip the cord of friendship so rudely snapped hy what she railed Jane's Insatiable desiie to flirt with every man she met. Pollv was the old-fashioned typo of girl who believed that love was a sacred emotion, and not to be jostled about and played with, while Jane's ideas were rather vacuo on the subject. Her propensity for flirting w...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

[SPORTS c NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 1 SPORTS] CHAIRMAN SMITH IS PLEASED IT PROGRESS A'HiiYAMfters Secure 91,000 in Pledges j ^Ontcnlay and Plate tlie Fund Over (lie Halfway Mark. / ?IOK IIOKI1MXU IS A IIUHTLKIl Workn Hard for Surrey of Loral I it(crnat IoiihI I^aniio A'luli?-Stork holders Meet at 1 o'Clock at Husi news Men's Club. Stockholders* Meeting This Afternoon A iiiorttnic of the stockholder* of tlie It lollmood i:\lilliIllon 4 ompnii.v will In* lii-lil in (lie room* of (hp . IIumIiionm .IIimi'n t'liili nt I oVIui'k tills II fter llllllll. ?Inrli IIiiiiii In exported to lie |irfKfnl, ii ii il t\lll t?-11 the liiinrd of director* noil NfoeklioldorN nlimit IiIh recent trip to .\rw > ork. A broatl smile overspread the eouii-' teiiam-e of TrcAHurcr Alvin M. Smith ' last night. when asked what iiriiKicsH wits being made in locution Milbseril>-i-i> t<? the stock >.r the Richmond K>;- j tiit.il toti t...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

I'lll-J TIMKS, I'nll iHlnl . . . ' UIM'.Vnil, I'liiindril I8NS isso Ti:i.i;ru?\B, ha.ndoi.imi i Publication Offlor Couth Klelimnnd. IVtcrnliiirK l.yncliliurK I" South Tcnlli Street 101!0 Hull Street ton \nrth Sjciuiiiirc Strrrt "IS Kltchfh -Strrrt IIASllItOdK, STOIIV ?V- IIIIOOKS, IXC., Special AdvcrtlMlnj; ItcprpMcn tatIvor. N'mt \ork.. Philadelphia ChlcaKO Fifth Avenue .Mutual l.lfe I:ti 11<1111 kt . . . . People'* (inn IIiiIIiIIiir; si nst itirriov hati:s nv m \n., roSTAliK P A III Dally and Sunday I'nll y only Sundny only One Six Three One Year. .Mo*. .Mo*. Mo. 9(1 00 ?a 00 si.r.o $ .r.r, ?1 tin 2.00 1. ot) .35 2.00 1.00 .no .2 5 II y Tlriicn-Dlspnteli farrier Delivery Service In Itlclimoiid t nail MiliurliM 1 mid PetcrKhurK 1 Dully with *>unday, one nrek 15 ceutn Dnlly without Sunday, one week lit cent* Sunday only - lClitered .1 aiitiary 27. 1 J?ori. nt Richmond, Vn.. an ftecond-eliiNN matter under net of t onKTCHH of March :t. is7l>. Manuscrip...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

IF DR. AND MRS. R. G. BRYAN nn<l Mrs. Jonathan Bryan Entertain at Their Country Homo on James Hiver. >IKS. JOHNSON ENTKKTAINS Krceptlon at Union Seminary in Honor of MIsh Anno Holmes Reynolds. Several Interesting Dinners at the Country Club To-Night. "Rothesay," the hanflsomo country ??Plato of Mi-, ami Mrs. Jonathan llryan '?'i the .Tames River, wan tho scene of a brilliant am', fashionable gathering yesterday afternoon and evening, when they entertained In honor of Dr. and Mrs. Kohert C. Hryan. Tho wide rooms "f the Bryan liomo were thrown open "verywhore to tho guests and dccoratcd in Southern smllax, pink rones and M>rir>g blossoms. In tho dining-room the table was net with a bin basket of rones and lilies of the valley caught with tulle bows and the mantel was also decorated In pink and white flowers. In the afternoon Mrs. Bryan received " an orchid-colored gown with a cordage bouquet of purple orchids./" She w.-is assisted in receivi...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

STOCK MARKET PRICES DECIDEDLY IRREGULAR Fluctuations Arc Confusing, ami Traders Arc Kneouraged to I*ut Out Short I.lnes. WAlil, STKKF.T IS IM //I.KI> Movements Arc Iteing Conducted In Oefiancc of Kstatdislicd Practices, and Hrokers Fear to Overestimate ('ondit ions. nv ItltO \n.\v w At i.. NKW YoltK Kehmarv * I'rlor^ v* e ?idedlv Irregular to ?i:?\ standard issue? de vHoping wo.ikiwM .?n?l specialties strength Khu tuation* were ? onfu?dni;. unsettling ? onHdem e anil encouraging trv!or? to Increase their shot? position. The close \\.?s r.ifi:''.! hut i?i ?!?!! '% 11??T ?* weak as ?( ?..* t tioiiH tnighf iii? 1!? ate I nterboi n;;n b p*oforrou ua? *.he feature of the day. risli.g frotii to *.and ;1^ I pn ).? wry throughout. Tli^ < h;ir.i? trr of th< haying i?nt n?|t>r to tit?? i ? t that an early <11 \ i? ? ?nd ?iino.iti*? enient may be expected Southern i\i. tf?<* broke \ioh?ntiv from to M V*. and ' ;s the .? ft ; i ,...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

81 XT Y - If 1 FT H YEAR ADMITTEDLY THE BK8T MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED AJJVERTISINU. t'KLErilONIi) Y??UK WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH UANiioira i i itA_NUoi,rii WANT AD. HATES. fiAri.Y, ens cent a wcrd when paid In ad- % a nee. No ud. teXan for lean than 10 cent*. SUNDAY, one Hud out-half cent* a word for ? 11 classified uds. except Situations Wanted st one cent a word. No ad. taken for les? than 16 cents. NO ADS. t'.Uen for 'ecv than 2S cent* when charged t- phoned In. Phoned orders not Kuarantoea. Ctasnlllcutlons not guaranteed utter 'j:30 t'. M. DEATHS. HINNS.?Entered into life eternal, at her residence, MH West Main Street, Thursday morning, F? bruary I. 101a, at 3:4.? o'clock, EILEEN JANE MINNS, w idow i?i .)<<liii Stansileld Binns, and ??UlrMt daughter of the late William ami Emetine l'earson Taylor, in the seventy-fourth year of her age She is survived by 111*r daughter, Mr.*. Kinmi- Minns Wlnglleld. one grandson, well Wingtleld; tv. <...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 February 1915

IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try a Claanlflrd Ad. In (ho Situation Wanted Column. lc n word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH iSicljmonii STime^Pi^patcfj RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915. CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Incalculable value mar be found dally In the black ninl vrhlte ?ketehe* on the Woman'* 1'aee. THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre The Shopping Centre To-Day?Women's Leather Hand Bags In an Extraordinary Sale Hand nags that usually, are $2.50 to $5. This unusual special sale will consist of about one hundred and eighty of the prettiest Hags we've yet seen for the inoncv. HAGS OF REAL MOROCCO. PIN SEAL. CREPE SEAL. CROSSC.RA1N AND OT11EH LEATHERS IX BLACK: various sizes and shapes, including the "melon" that's now so popular All are lined with fine silks and fitted with coin purse and mirror. Don't miss these! They're bargains ot* the rarest sort, at $1 .59 First hloor. Engraved Cards You'll find the character of our workmanship un-r surpassed and our prices as low as the lowest. Call at o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY I'utft your ijufRt for n nltuntlon no mlrlrtlr liinilnrmi limln nlitu roil atlvrrtlne In THE TIMES-DISPATCH iviclimouJi READ THE WANT ADS 'I'hry t?-l I of opportunity* fop which you tuny hn\r lifrn lookin li? THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth YEAR volume: nn NVMIIKIt an LEGAL FLAW DELAYS VOTE ON TAX BILL Attorney-General Pollard Holds Tavenner Amendment to Be Unconstitutional. DEFECT CAN BE REMEDIED House Refuses to Concur, and Invites Committee of Conference. On Its way to assured concurrence In the Hottse of Delegates yesterday, the Tavenner amendment to tlie administration's segregation bill was halted by an opinion of Attorney-General John Harlan'! Pollard, who pronounced the amendment unconstitutional. Thus was final action on the tax measures delayed until to-morrow. The opinion was given in response to a request contained In a resolution adopted by the lfouue on Friday, l'ew of the members, however, anticipated an opinion adverse to the amendment. Hut It was deemed w...

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