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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 February 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to Rirrrtlne your want*? whether you dealre to bay or ?ell?1b THE TIMES-DISPATCH <Ricl)ttionft Cirae^Pi^patcJ) RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1915* MARTHA WESTOVER will help 7?. mItv Tour dally food problems It you read the Woman's Pace THE TIMES-DISPATCH m 5"'"' MiIkr&Rhgxfc ?*<3T"" DEMONSTRATING The Famous . tt ?> I 30. Corset Waists and Brassieres! Comfort and health, combined with style, Is embodied in their making?and the "II. & W." patented features mark them in a class by themselves above all other Corset Waists we know of. There are Waists to keep the figure perfect? Waists to make a perfect figure; Maternity Waists and Children's Waists. Come in and permit the demonstrator to reveal to you the charming features embodied in each. A few of the most popular models are shown here: "H. & W." Free Hip Corset Waist Designed specially for misses of 14 to IS years, this Waist is one of the best...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Inrnlculnhlr vnlue tuny hr found dully lu I lie black and ?hllr Nkrtclir* on tlir Wuman't I'uRr. THE TIMES-DISI'ATCH THE PLACE TO BOARD rnn ennlly he de tartiilned hy puttliiK n t mil Ad. lu the rlnnnltled columnn of THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR "?a??"'1? CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS MAYOR ASKS FOR COMPLETE REPORT Requests Vice Commission to File All Its Evidence Without Delay. PROBE CANNOT BE AVOIDED Believed Now That Council Is Proper Body to Investigate Police Department. The movement for an Investigation | of the Police Department. with the. view of llxinu t h?; respotisl blllt y for, ?iIIckoiI official eonnlvHtice in the inaini?? iiiin???? of immoral resorts outciili.' the1 obi se^reR'U ed <iiMt lift, tool; on :i <!??- ? ? I*lo?l 1 v quicker tempo ytstcniay with' tin1 forward itiK by the Mayor of a letter to the Vice Commission, in which i that bodv is nuked to file without delay ? *u< h supplementary reports upon the vice Klttiati...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

Evacuation of Bukowina by Russian Forces Is Reported for tiolni; otherwise, tin* ship be per- ! inlltfd at oiift' to proofed with her 1 canto to her destination. Front the ilcrinai) point of view, the Wllhelmina constitutes a tost case, oil which revolvis the entire quest 1011 of feeding litrmaii). liiirriMi \>iit\ssAi>oit iiim i ssi> M i l \tio\ Sir t> ? I Sprlnjj-llice. the Itritish ambassador, discussed the situation with State department otliclals On all sides, it is admitted hero that the dc\rloptt" ;i t s of t lie last few days present most serious situation for American comnie! ce. TM.it t h ? to \t step hy t lo* I'Tiited Slates ma> h? a pronounced statement to Cii.it Hi'itain on tin- subject of conditional contraband was indicated at the State department to-day The Amcrna: c v-riimont in its lirst note arpin d stronul> for tit.restricted shipment of conditio:' il contraband destined to i.oticor.'batants The It...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

FLOOD WATERS SURROUND! ST. PETERS CATHEDRAL Several Walls Already nave Collapsed, hut Without Serious Consequences. UKAYK CONDITIONS IN* ITALY New Series of Disasters Follow in Wake of ItcceiH Destructive Kurthquakc?(ireat Anxiety for Safety of Famous Bridges. Renewed Earth Shocks in Central Italy ItO.MK, l-Vlininry l.*i tO:IO I*. M.I.? Hrnrwcil i-nrtli nIioi-Iim nrrurrril today In purtN of Ontrnl Italy i lulled l>y hcIniiiIc dint ii rim iii-i-h mci-Uh iik". One iiiTNiiii iviim Ii.ll Iril mill nix Injllri'll ill till* f'llllll |IM<- llf II llOIIHI' lit .Nar.ii Ilium. At I(in'I'll Mnllmldi, tin* lielfry ?f tilt* Co ii Y?'lit of .Santa Maria foil upon Mt'M'riil Iioiincm, liuryliiK ten IMTMOnN. < ' 111 f I till I ?? mm Mrrrkfil. noil nt Vi-rollr. hi-vitiiI Iiihihi'm ?%?*ri' rend-eri-il ilnliiliiitiitalile. Slnrv tin- rreent illmislrr the ilintrii't linn liri-ii xliiiki-n it I in om t dally. 'I'o-iliiy'M dint iirlunii'i- oiM'tirreil riirlj In tin- iiiorn...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks 1 h e M o r n i n g S t o r y Tin: in mohoi s > I??:\\. 11 > l.iiivri'nrr llnj. If wnn a piece of ^oo.l lu k f<>r Kobin Rennt'tt: The your i: eit\ of JI illsdalc was so:iiK brum 11- water supply a dislaticc of three miles and const tuct a reservoir, ami it was !us jl! >i job as a civil engineer. It way a matter that is?t? ??,.-t?-<l th? whole town the taxpayers, l>? ? auso they had ' ? i'.. 'In liili-. tlx- female populatie . I'll.. .>?? tlit- .omiim of > oung Hcnnett almost at oiice f-:ivr : i>?? to st ra I) ?? : i ports Gossip had :t that h> was .1 very ricJi innn; that ho was born ilti:nl>. and that later on lie had t? ? :? d'afciied l.iy an explosion >>f ?1; t. ? : te It s.li'i also that the I-:: 1 ? \\ . . - '.. nuirrj went hack on him when that <iytiamlte went off. She saiil t it .1 hus...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

COMMA INVESTIGATES KILLING OF LINEMAN ?lnry Returns Verdict That II. F. <?rlKK Came to His Death by Fall With Pole. U h I X I) TICK 11 IS HA1DRI) I'ollco Arrest Xckto aiul Confiscate (Quantity of Liquor Found in Ills House ? Removal of Hrunswlck County Courthouse Agitated. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] I'KTKUSIttJUO, VA., February 15.? An imiuest was held last night over the body of it. F. Orlgg, a lineman employed by the Western Union Telegraph Company, who, us stated In The Tlmi'H-Dlspatth of Sunday, was fatally Injured while a wjrrc on Saturday al ? ternoun and died a few hours lato:* in the hospital. The only witness before the jury was J. K. Childress, of this city, a temporary lineman engaged to assist Mr. Urigg. Ills testimony. In brief, was that the two men were engaged at the time of the accident in removing wires from an old pole to a new one nj.-ar Kstes, on the Norfolk and Western Itailway, ;i few miles east of Petersburg. Both were working on the old pole ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

jSirfimoriil Cimc^-iBi^palrlj THK TIMES, Founded 1888 Tin: DISl'ATCII, Founded 1SS0 Published rvcr^ dny In Ihf yrnr by The TluienlMnpiiicHi Publishing I'ottiimny, Inc. Address till ?'omDgi>li'Nllnnii to 'Mil': TIMKS - JMSPATCII, Tlme?-DI.?<i>ntch HuIldliiH, 10 Snulti Tenth Street, Iliehiuond, Vn. tki.k.imiom:, iiAxnoi.rii i Piibllcri I Ion llllli-r 10 Svudi Truth Street South ltlehinoud 1020 Hull Street '? Petersburg 100 .North Syenmorr Street i l<jnclil>i?r? 2 is ICiKhtli Strwl I HASItltOOK, STOll V A. DllOOliS, l.\C? Sprclnl Advertising Itc;iresrn tnt I ves. V->it Vor't ,...200 Fifth Avenue i l'lillndelpliin illutunl I.lfe "ulldlnf; Clileni(? People's (?!?!? llull(V"i" S1T1SCIII PTIO V ItATKS B\ JIAll., One SI* Three llnp POSTAtilS PAID 1 enr. Mo*. Mud. Mo. Dull} nnd Suniln,T. ., ,$(! <H( $ I . r,n $ ,flS Dull > only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .US Solidity only 2.00 1 .1X1 .50 .25 lljr Times-Ill*juitcli &a...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

IS. JAMES H. DOOLflf TO ENTERTIIIN IT CARDS Handsome Affair at Mayuioiit This Afternoon CIosoh Hoclety Season. LENT to iu:c;r.\ to-mohkow Mrs. fieorm1 .J. Seay Kiitcrtains at Carda at Her Home, on Franklin Street?Social Kvents of Tills Afternoon. Olio of i Ji ?> largest affairs with which soclcty will conclude the senson l? the handsome raid party which Mrs. James U. Iiooloy Is giving this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at "Maynuint," the lioolov estate on the .fames llivor. Additional guests have horn invited in for tea after the game Is over. Miss Mary Williams, of Went Frank11ii Street, Is entertaining at dinner il)U ??venlnx In honor of Mrs ltol>,-rt Kanlett. ilm. Spay Rnlrrtnlim, Mm. Oeorge J. Seav was hostess at cards yesterday afternoons at her resldonee. KM5 West Franklin .Street. There were seven tables of auction bridge entertained, and extra guests were asked In for tea after the name was concluded. The rooms were decorated in howls and vases of spring (l...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

[SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS TOiliTO WILL OPEN WITH II VIRGINIANS April "7 Set !is Day for Starling lUMtor ItiiM'liall in This I 'it.v. M\V YKT I'LW IN TIIK HliO.W Stock Company t<? Ciinli'iil (lie Sket'tKlibcis Option on tlio Indian*.?t'lub <'oinpolletl to i'lirni^li Sld.ouo lioml. NOW Kobruarj 1 *? There | will !??? t : t?:? International lioncuc, for that came adjunct of or-Kaniz-d h.i.-el- i! <i. i i.l. I at it~ annual meeting to-day i" pi iiy tho Hiring out for (lie,coming Tho liugle will call * I..- t < a f. - J ' tli. post on \ Jil'il L'7. ami t!u s. 1 ? ? ? . ? < .ills for 11" uan.es. It i r. i > I.. , t. <ii!; i.u aft. r the scas>on starts, but, as President Barrow j- \ s. the banuc wi'l 1 1111 ? ? to tin- last Wallop. Til s no a i.-diietloii of fourt. > . . - n : 11? ?. hcdtilc of previous y. . rs I ' 1 ? w a\ has. ball is staun.-i? ii;i- a."' - t...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

MAJORITY OF SENATORS i WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR | \l?out Thirty Members Already Plan-1 iiIiik to Succci'd Themselves in Fall Flection. i MF.MIIFRS fxdftfkminfd; Isolation System Will liar Some tnless Their Constituents Make Strong Fl^ht; Others Have No; Definite Plans. Those In cln.Hi) touch with State itolitles prophesy that a majority of tIt?* Senators In tin- <;eneral Assi rinbly this year will nunta occupy tlieir seats in the Legislature after the November election. Ahout thirty motuherti of the Virginia "Mouse ?'f l.ords" have already announced that th'-v expect to succeed themselves in th- approachltiu contest I'.y operation of tin* rotation Hystein four "f the present .Senators will be retired, J,ut two of these statesmen havi- made it known that they will tie < aiidblates for re -elect ion provided len constltueiits in. 1st. Klve Senai '1111(1 l' them three Kcpubll'ans, .iii> U Inlet i;| in j ||>|| i- to theii politie.il ? i : iv it i...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

FOREIGN EXCHANGE GOES TO OECOOO LOW PAIGES SiuUIcn drop in I'ldiircs lla<> Stiniulaflnc KflTcrt mi SHIiim for I'orclgn .\mninl. makki:t is \ i:hv iigkcci i. \i; Tliorr \it Many Cniss-Cunriiis in Trmllim, anil Wliilo I)?m line- I'rt1- ? limiitiat?\ I,osm?n \rt> Small, anil Tlici'P K (iooil I'ndcrtotM*. it\ into\i>w \\ \i.i.. \ l*\\ ^ ? U:K |? Tin re > ? if v \ :i Vilrl lit ?? .mi! 11 ? t I 'i !?' phta tlnnti. *? r lY.-M-f.t I r-. wit! ? .U. t ?. s U?>r: W . >i ,.t ... ? k i: .? 11 f.n H. ! '? c .in t ? ?! M- v ? 1 ? ?? ? :? v. . pi ! ? .'. ? I trea knees. ?it>. .it I nearly f. l?olnt?. i i : K i:?|i i ? I??! > Tt.' . h"U i "v r > !y. v.'ltl, snpp .i ? i.rotin.l : ' ?! ? X :? prefet t - N "I l; ? t ! i l ilt.- ,m.I New York ocntrnl were he;ivv, I Si'ii: li<?>1 I' ? iti<- .-:r?'HK Hint i n: ? !, I'.r ? -n ai:l.th I'Mvin;: it; the : !!? r i. .? I...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

jRirlnnoiuJ Q7une?-ili$pniclj SIXTY-FIFTH Y HA It. ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MROTtTM TN TUB SOUTH FOR CLAS3IK1KD ADVERTISING. ('KMCIMIONH Y'.'UII WANTS TO THR TIME3-msHATCH UANOOM'II 1 1 llANIJOIiiMI WANT A O. MATKS. OAIIT. cno cent r. trrM wh?p paid In *il- i v?'ic?. No ail. tv ?'?"!? I or Icm tlinn 10 cent*. HIMIAY, otto and ?.u?l-half rents u word for "II clatHlflftf tidij. mcept Situations Wanted ?.t or.n cent a VjriL No ail. taken tor le*? thnri 13 cent*. NO Ai)H. tntifn for 'bph than 25 ror.t* wliei 1 charged er ((hini-'i In. Phunoil onl'-m not Cuurunte*'l. C'am'Wicutlotiw not icu.iruutu?J i ?tt?-r p. AJ DKATIIS. CliritCll. I > i ?~l~ Su r.ila>\~i t U>~r i' v I - rli'in'r, id] South I'im Street. MKS. KAI.MA i'HFKCII, v.i.low of tlx I. If I". 10. i.'hurrh. Funeral ifont tin: i i-rtiili ii' i- W!?!I?Xi:sDAY KVKNIXCi iit j 30 o'cjlock. I >I? 'K INS< l.V Oleil, ?i 11im i i? i? in ll'I Winthiop St fit. ISrookiyn. N Y, Sumlay nlnlil n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 February 1915

THE WAY TO SUCCESS Mi lr<*i|U?*n(l> lie fuiinri Itir?iucli it n in ii 11 nil. in <ln* t'lnMMltli'iJ I'll 111 til 11H III THE TIMES-DISPATCH fUdpnond ?"imes-;Bi?patrij RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1915. MANY USEFUL HINTS rrlnllitK lo hraltb, hounehoM t-thlcHl question* noil fanhlon are dally on the ".Vonian'n I'ng? THE TIMES-DISPATCH mh:'"s Mtikt&Wmads mc%?int A Demonstration! .Many New Features in Connection With Electric Heating and Cooking Devices havo been introduced recently. W01JIjDN'T Vol' LIKE TO LEARN AllOFT THEM? Visit our Rasement this week and permit the special representative to show you how easily. quickly and enonoiuieally you can ]?repare a luncheon. or a full meal. with the famous IIOTroiNT ELECTRICALLY HEATED APPLIANCES: also how you may emancipate yourself from the heat and drudgery of kitchen confinement in hot weather. Doesn't the subject interest you? It will, most certainly, when you see the various devices i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Incalculable vnluc may be found daily lo the black and \rhlte ?ketch** on the Woman** Pace. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65t.h YEAR VOLIIMF1 85 NUMllRn 48 RICHMOND. VA? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915. THE PLACE TO BOARD can ea?lly be determined ky pnttlaic a r tall Ad. lu the claaalfled colnmna of THE TIMES-DISPATCH TvT?fiT"Kn? CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS GOVERNOR SIGNS FOOR TAX GILLS Segregation Now Established as Foundation of State's System. MUCH YET TO BE DONE State Contributes $10,000 Toward Entertainment of Confederate Reunion in June. Governor Stuart Into yesterday afternoon signed four of the main -tax bills that go to make up the new system of partial seicregatlon, \,rhlch will become effective In Virginia ninety <1bvh after the Geenral Assembly adjourns. These four bills are: Senate bill S. which establishes the general plan of segregation, separating to State and locality their different Mibjects of taxation. House bill 1*4, the measure that assigns exclusiv...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

French Claim Capture of Two Miles of Trenches in West ?jf Its delivery to civilians. seems to he set with mor? difficulties than were (irlglniiUy evident. While making it clear that the subject had not been consldered formally, officials stated such a procedure could bo undertaken by the United States only with the acquiescence of all the belligerent*. COXSKNT (ir IIKM.UiKKK.Vrs HAD IIK.KN OIlTAIM'.n The situation In Belgium and In Germany proper were In this respect held hv State Department officials to he analogous. It was revealed, however, 0?at before Minister Whltloek and American organizations were permitted to supervise food distribution In Belgium, the consent of Germany. as well ?s Great Britain, had been obtained. I "or a nentr.Tl government to assist the civilian population of a belligerent to obtain supplies without the consent of the other belligerents would be unneutral. according to American officials. But while the situation presents many difficulties, officials are ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

M100 FIRM III DENUL OF SHIP-BILL DHLS Secretary of Treasury Repudiates Statement That He Had Kntered Into Negotiations. RKFLY TO BURTON RFSOLUTION' Lists of Steamers Under Foreign Flags Furnished by McCarthy and ' linker, Probably Resulting From' Reports of Proposed Legislation. WAHFIINOTON, February 16.?Secretary McAdoo giive out to-night a copy i of a letter to Senator Fletcher. j omphatlcally denying lntlm.it ions that ho J had entered Into negotiations for the j purchase of merchant steamers of ho]- j llgerent nations for operations under j the proposed ship-purchase hill. The j letter replies to a resolution Introduced j several days ago hy Senator Burton, j Mr. McAdoo summed up his statement , ns follows: j "In view of false rumors and state-j naents, permit me to say In conclusion j Mint the Secretary of the Treasury lias, at no time had a communication from 1 or discussion with any hanking house, , hanking institution or hanker, in or out ' of the United States, in connectio...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

Useful IV/ 1 LJ Epical Hints Woman and riome Talks The Morning Story K.Vt-VS YK III. Hy .lohu I'liillp Orth. John Gray's otllco window overlooked I'ifth Avenue, and on this particular October day the window was wulo open to the crisp autumn breeze. From tho street below cam? the rushing sound of motor cars and tho clip-clop of horses' hoofs on tho ns;>halt. "Life i? dijtl enough. goodness knows," complained John, leaning hack In his chair and elevating his heels to his desk. And at this critical moment romance entered his oflico in the most unexpected manner There floated through the window, borne on the fresh breeze, something: soft and filmy ami white, like a bit of pure cloud drifting down from the sky. John i?ray did not see it. his eyes were closed in dreamy retrospection. . ml it was not until the wisp of white drifted across his lips and clung there that he sat up with a start. "Jove! What is that'."' he demanded, plucking the thing from his face. He looked at it a...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

Heps Jones, Prosperous Farmer ami Tobacco Kaiser, Kills Himself in His Home. NO CAUSE KNOWN FOR DHHI) Iloy Painfully Injure*! When He Falls From Wheel ami Knd of llamllehar Is Forced I)(?\vn His Throat?Merchants Fleet Olllcers. fS'porlril tn Tho Times-Dispatch. 1 I'KTF.HSBCHC, VA? February 16.? Tho body of Heps J ones was found in his room of his home near "'hnrlie Hope. In Hrunswiek County; ? ar!v this morning w 11 >? a gunshot wound In the rlnht temple. The'body was warm when discovered by his col- ? >red rfpnk, who went to awaken him, but life was extinct. .lone* was one of t he most prosperous farmers of Itriiriswick Count.', i bachelor and hup- ? "SMful tobacco raiser. lie sold the bulk of his crup in tills city last w? - U. Su reason is assigned for ills Mi I < nle. Iloy Painfully Hurt. A singular lint painful accident bef?? 11 Master Herbert Bishop, Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs. Iierl>ert Itishop. on IJari ison Street yesterday afternoon....

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

TICK TIMKS, Founded IRKS I'llK DISPATCH, Foundrd IS.'.O PulilUhNl every dny In Ihr yenr hy The Tlmr?-DlnpaO-h I'lilillnlilnx Company, Inc. AiliIrM* nil cnmaiTinlrntlonii to 'I IIL TIMKS - DISI'ATI II. Tlm??i-I>lnpi?trh linlldiiiK. "0 South Tenth Mrn-t, IIlolimonil. I n. TKI.KPHONK, lUMini.ril 1 Pnlillcjtflon llfllrf. . . 10 South Tenth Street South Itlchmnnd IU20 Hull Street Petersburg 100 North Sycamore street l.j'iichhurK HIS Klithth Str-et IC \MirUK)3v, STOItY IlUOQIiS, INC.. Special A<1 vertlsln;- !??pre*cntn lives. ,N?n \ ork 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia iinftinl I.lie uiltllne ( hlrnfo People's tiiisi Hull" ?; srn?ri?iPTr*ti\ iiatf.s IIV >1*11., One SI* Three ?<ue Pt'STA'?'K PAID Year. Moot. .11 js. .Mo. I >n I! y and Sunday . . . .$? .00 00 $1.50 $ ..".5 Unllv only 4 00 2.00 1 OO .".S Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .fio .?'"i IIt Tlincs-IHspatch Carrier Ilellvery Service In lllehraond innd mihitr!)* I nnd Polcr*hur*i Pally ?vl(h ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

MONT IS SCENE OF HANDSOME RECEPTION ^lrs. .Jumps H. Dooley Kuterfnins at i rnrdi?IIouso ISIuborately Decorated. lilSllOI' O'CONNI'XIj TO SIMMK W ill .Vldipss Catholir Woman'* <"luli 'I'ovMorrinv Afternoon on Kccollcr- , I inns o f ltnmlolpli Utinni'K?Mrs.; ?I. .>!. filonii Hponks nt S(. Paul's. The ivlrto room s nf lh?* handsomo I 'onlcy home ?>() the .I;iiii''H Itivci', were throtiKcd with prominent miclcty woinon | vcMenlay afternoon when Mis JiiiiHts II. Duolcv ?ii 1eri;i I ned :it cards at -t. T{'? o'clock. "Mmviiioiit" is one of t!??* show places ol" i till; section of tlx- Si a le ami tho wondorfti I KitrilciiH an?l r. round 'tirrouudintc 'In; house have figured in fvornl stories l>v well-known writers. 'I'll e 11 si 11 n ami drn wine-rooms were thrown open everywhere. and decorated in violets mid ?l:i ff r>*l 11 m. Kollov. Inn !lm -:ame a collation wax nerved at ntim- ' I'ius small laities. Tlie-e wort dein- ? sv t ?-rl w...

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