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

[SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTSI IE FROM LEAGUE MEETING Says International Club Owners An1 Thorough Sport mimui. ami l'redlrls a Successful Season. nrw skm)i\<; oit coxtiiacts Virginians' Manager Will Have Pinycis Krport Hero March 15?Harrow. It 1- Said, W ill Opening (iiinip Willi the Leafs. In An optimist!'1 frame of mind President Alvin M Smith of tho ltlchmond Kxhibltlon Company returned to the ??it;, yesterday from Now York where he ntul Manager Punn attended the meeting of the International I.eagtio at the Hotel Imperial on Monday. Smith was enthusiastic at tho pros-t.e,-!s for a s't 'essful season and was deliphtod at tlv reception accorded K; hnior.d by the ln<> owners. "A fine ! unch ? f sportsmen" Is the way Smith si7-s up the magnates of Harrow's circuit. There was not a discordant note dtirlag t!ie whole session, according to tho local tnftKii.it'1, cvorv man present predicting a great sea<on for tie I...

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

HARRISON DRUG ACT ! TIRES EFFECT MARCH I JKvery Physician nnd DruKKlnt Must Register With Revenue Collector. MMKI) TO HRKAK UP IIAB1T j ?<; ! Requires Actual Inventory of Cocaine and Morphine, With Record of All | Sales and Purchases, Open to CJov- 1 eminent Inspectors. In compliance with the Harrison drug act, approved on Dec'cmbcr 17, 1914, prescribing tho manner In which certain hablt-formlng drugs shall be manufactured or dispensed, the United mates Internal Revenue ofTlco Is ready to Issue the special stamps and order Ijlanks which the law provides. Every physician, druggist, dentist and veterinary surgeon handling any of the drugs coming under the Harrison act is required to register with the Collector of Internal Revenue previous to March 1. A heavy penalty is prescribed for nil those coming under tho provisions of tho a<jt who fall to have special stamps bv March 1, If they have in their possession any opium or roru leaven, their salts or derivatiesT or...

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

STERLING EXCHANGE TAKES VIOLENT DROP Interest in Conditions Which HHiik About Decline Detracts l-'rom Attention to Securities. CON FKRKXCE IS ARRANttKD Hankers Hope to Restore Something I.ike Normal Conditions?London | in Same Position New York Was Siv Months Aj;o. nv MHO \!>VN H AI I.. VRW TOliK, t-Vi.runry IT Si-rlin* fx i ? hml another vh'cnt .?rr?r? to J* 7!* with h later rrcovrrj t?? II v to il:?v Deal ! Iiiith In thN mnrk"t \\ ere rnulv,?>nt In j trnn*irtloni? In roU!. n: i premium. ami the ! Interest In the fluctuation.* iin?l the ronill ti??n? thnt brought them I*??ti t iletm?le<! M!??n!!rtn from the ?lay'?* security market* J A cor.ferenoe ha* h<?en nrrance*! t bnnliT* u|th n vim to re*torlnp nom" thine Hfce nor in a I ron<!*?!'?n? ?* l.onilon | if* <1ny !? 'n pruetlo.illv fpe vime position !th sterllnp nt n? NVn York was ft?rv<* ?*,x months ipo w|i?"i '^o :?r! ** hero ; v *?n? *o nltnnut f" to *??...

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

jKiclimmill ?ime?-0i$pawl' SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR, i I admittedly THE BEST MEDIUM IN TUB SOUTH*FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. t'ELEPnONE Y'.?IU WANTS TO THE) TIMKa-DXSPATCH BAIVDOLPU 1 1 KANIIOLFU WANT AO. RATES. OAILY. en* cant n. vr rrd when r*I<l In ad*aaee. No ad. tafc'ft Xor leaa than 14 cent*. IUNDAT, ona and cce-half centa a word for all claaalfled o?ia. except Situation* Wanted at odd cent a. word. No ad. takon (or lo?? (ban 1* cent*. NO ADS. taken for l?ra than a canta whan charged cr phoned In. Phoned order* not Cu&ra'htaeO. Cla*tlllcatloiia not guaranteed alter ?;*> f. M. DEATHS. VESTEltHOfK.?Died, Sunday, February 14. 1V16. at 1430 South Fiftysecond Street, West Philadelphia, ANNETTE W. WESTERIIOFF, daughter of Melanie and the late Henry WesterliolT. Funeral February 17 at 9 A. M. from above residence. CATLIN.?Dlod^at 7:10 P. M.. Tuesday, February It*,, E. A. CATKIN, In the sixty-nlntli year ?>f his aye * Funeral notice later. AEBERS.?...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 17 February 1915

IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try a CliMllltd Ad. In tha KHnatlon Wanted Colo ma. lc a word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ftidimond STime^Pi^imtcli I ? RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915. IT'S GOOD BUSINESS <o rmd the Want Art column*. The little ada reflect the trend of nffalra. THE TIMES-DISPATCH "?<Sr*" RH&r&Rbmb rfc<?r*" Two of the Loveliest New Blouses J list in, and on exhibit for the first time to-day: The "Full Dress" Blouse \ So ruamed because it stimu J lates the masculine effect of a / full dresK shirt. A VER\ ' BEAUTIFUL AND ENTIRELY > N1*'W MODEL, made nf crepo i de chine, with a front of pin V tuckp, long set-in sleeves and \ a pretty standing collar, with J a low front. Priced a*. / The "3-in-l" Blouse , Made of soft piiBsy willow I taffeta. This Blouse may be / worn either high or low neck; f alBo it may he changed to a rever front." simlpy by but- . toning it In various ways. -\B- V SOLUTELY NEW! Just the \ Bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

IMPORTANT NEWS of I'll}', State nuil country rgu be found lu the column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH LILLIAN RUSSELL KtveM many valuable MugKentlnn* In her dally ethlcnl dUrunnlou* on the Womnn'n I'nce. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR VOIiDMH 0."i m; miii:it -in Rushed Through House, It Hits Rocks in the Senate. fate is very uncertain Amended Measure Satisfies Neither Insurgent Democrats nor Progressive Republicans. Washington. February 17.?The mended government ship bill, rushed 1 ?>rouKli tbo House early to-day. failed '?> pain any ground when it reached 'he .Senate, and administration leaders ?"-nlifht were uncertain a* to It* fate. Karly in the day it wan discovered "'?'t the amended bii! had failed t.> sa tisfy recalcitrant Democrats or pro-Ki-fsslve Republicans. Without support <>f either of these factions. the bill ? "'lid not |?. passed. I democratic 1-ad- "> realized nothing . oul.l he don.. l'"" the measure oo?ld be ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

Bloody Fighting Is Reported in Progress in Champagne District Istlne machinery provide." no moans of redress ?,i\ i:s i.i: m:ii \ i. it i \ ir.\\ or hi* 111:1110ns "Jit o :t the results of my .rivi.-* ea tI think 1 w. 11 to 'ako ill- pportnnlty of 1; i v I n ti a iconoral r? v'- \v of ? ? methi ;? ? n.pl' ? <1 l?v His M ri .-i. s C"Viii :n il! 11 ' t.f it.-. ;it < ? ?Ti1 ? .1 i f t .?.?? wit1' 1 o t ? in\. ..f their COIlHls: ? ' ? 111" . i it; ? t ? : r 1 u 111 of 1 ;i 111 k? t ??nl 11!t* opt s u h trade, and a'.so of !':? ? v. i ? lit ( ? which thov h.ivr <?mlo ? i ?. ? . f; ? ?-onti?tio*ts ?t..) ??om.J'1.:'i ? m tino to tltr.e, Ii'i' ' < ' V '1 t : ? ? ? 1 I .11! ?>) tho t *r?: T <f??1 u ? i\? ! nniei I "Towa: ;? Hi olt so of yo I not-* of tho CMh ! '? ??-.!??? I. Your I'.M'I lioi!i-> dos ri!>??(! - s!l :t;i I i.'-i ; 1 .11- -I l.\ ! h? ? t ? t: 1 ? n (if (treat f'ri'.ain .?.? a pitiful one I ?...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

TitS TIKE PART MAR " OF THEIR OWN FREE WILL Not Vi-rwI Oil by Germany or Impelled by Any Iniliienres Save Those of ICmpiro. <'Ol'XTHY FOKKHKKH VICTORY j Talant Hey Tells of P.nllinslnsm of J llis Countrymen, and Declares j Holy War Is Success?Complains | of Attitude of Foreign Newspapers. f'ON ST A NT 1 NO PL K, February 17 (via London ).?"Turkey declared war wlthout helnc: urged A>y Germany or Impelled by any other iniluonees save those of ih"- empire," said Tnlaat llcy to-day An a statement to llir Associated I 'ress. Talaat Hoy to-day flits tlie posts of Minister of the Interior, Minister of Finance and Minister of Marine in the Turk tali Cabinet. T \v *> weeks afio, in addition to tliem? ojlires. Ik- was Minister of War, Riving lilni tAie four most important portfolios in the administrat ion. He is a Young Turk, and at present undoul>te<lly is the most important finuie in Turkey. His advi'-e is liitcdcd every win-re, and lie...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

Useful XV J 1 LI Ethical Hints Woman and liome Talks I h e Morning Story rniL\ \ I'll nor ir riu i.i r. Ili Dorothy I )iihk I a*. Sally Vnn Camp can.- Immr in u state of complete cxh.nipt nil from rehearsal. Simp toe i<>sinK <>f t J. t- ?? 11 - velope with her salar\ in it ?d?e had been forced to about her strenuous days with s>-nr?il> enoimh food to nourish a canarv and to sine and give forth hot vltalit\ as if the lack nf food wi'ti- a ihii.u of no consequence. The pitifullv sriuill salary sh- dtew for sinninn every nlcht and two afternoons .. week in a Idj: musical corned} chorus was ail she possessed in the way of financial support Ivich penny of it wa." carefully meted out to snatch ! .11 s'-i roulil .? f lifi while hod> and soul seemed ever ready to part?jio frreat was the struuuie. It took her everv peimx to spread out over the nok so that at the end of those sr\ i ? <ia\* Sall>...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

Measure Designed to <?lvo Itate-MaU-iii? Power to State Coniliilssioiicr. MODIOLIOI) AFTKH KANSAS LAW Hill Hacked by State Department of Kducation and Teaebcrs' Assembly for I'niforiu Examinations Is Defeated by Vote of TO to 40. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 UADICKJH, ."V. C, February 17.?Tho II0U80 passed by a larsie majority tlm Soawell insurance bill to k'vo the State Commissioner of Insurance power to raise or lower tire insurance ;*ates. after the a!iMimicr i.i the law In Kansas, as recommended by the legislative investigation commission. it defeated, by a vole of 70 to 40, the hill of the State Department of Kducation ami State Teachers' Assembly, to provide uniform ??xaoiinatlon anil certification of public .school tcaehers, tlio vote being on a motion to table. Those were the two bin features of the House proceedings. The passage of t lie Sea well bill was without debate, it havinn come ovyr as unfinished business feoni the Ioiik discussion of the measure '? e...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

jRirtimonii ?me^ilisiuilil) I'lli: TPIKS Kouniletl. ISSN 'I'llH IIISl'ATI II. loun.lrd IN.VI I'liltllxlirrt rvfry ilnt In Ihe yrnr liy Tin- Tlinen-lll?l>nti-ti I'uIiIInIiIiik 4om|tniiv, Inc. Aililrrnn nil i'ohibbkii leu I itntn to 'I'll I, TPIKS - IIIM'.VI'I if. I linfi-lllkiintrli lliillillni:, III Minlli Icnlli Slreel, II ii'lltllOlllli \ II. ti:i.i:i'||om:, lUMiinrii i I'tiMli'ntliin iMIIcr 10 SouJIi Tenth Slreel ?onlli II It-It in ii ti <1 HllSO llull Street I'i'IrriliiirK |()|? North Syontiioro Street I.J lii'hliliru 1*IS IOIrIiIIi Street ii xmikoon, vroiti a niiooKS, inc., S|ieclnl Ailvri'llfiln,, itvpreNentntlven. \ ?mi \ iirl. l'lflli Avenue l*ltllnili'L|>liln tS it t li ii I I.Ifi* ' ii 11 rl I ii k lili-niiit l'rii|ilr'* <>iih Hull'"'-* -I !!*?? MICTION HA I'KS 111 M \ll,, Onr SI* Three line I'HM M.|; l*.\lll Wnr. .lion. >1 n. >lo. M.til* nnil Siinitnv . . . ,$f! 00 no SI Till 9 ..*>?" ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

Itt'KhiH Observance of lien) l?,v AtSpecial Sot-vices for Aftli Wednesday. ?.*>!? I'Ol'DHK AT IIOX Allt Miss Kin 11.v (JeorKo (iarrett Heroines llrlde of Horace Franklin Sharp at Pretty Home Wedding?Kappa SiyniHs in District Conclave. Yesterday marked tlic nilvnt of l.ent ittd from nntt on iioi'li'ty will confine ly ent i-rla i nmclil:< to those of ;i inoic or less Informal nature. MHatlv was very husy yesterday atteiidiim tin* c?rviff? held In tlio various cliurrliOH for V**WpOiiosiIh.v. ninl she will continue to he interested In ?'ljntitles an?l hene'lls of all sot Ic for at least fortv il:i>s ?on- of the affairs In which 11??? fash ion.'lhle women of Klclimolid. as well ns ? ?out" kcppci s and home-makers are tores and cooking lessons tlmi Mrs. I ion i will nivo here Thee will lie# In February 2?. ami ar?* to be held In the ? ?If) I'reshyt erian liook store. Mrs. ftorer Iv" known to women the ? orl'l over, ninl amomt t ji?? j;ifts of nenrl.v every...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTSI .rib FfiOES BIG PROBLEM Placing of Jersey City Franchise anil Shaping t"11 Xowark (Jots Attention of i'rc-Wilcnt Harrow. M()I{Ci;STi;i! AWIOI'S l-'OIt TKAM .loss rtiirkott Itoariy to Assume Liabilities of 11 ??* Skeoters?Frank l-arrcll Negotiating W illi the Federals for Club in the lironv. N'l.W VoltK. I'i liniar.v l T.?The '5 l'r' <" '-frontini; the International Longiit Is the sltuntloii In Xew r.v v .Matters there w, ie v? ry com- '? s: -v,at now i!ic\ appear eyeii more s.? with n threatened in5 ?' I'ederal I.eai;ile at a Spot 1" tw.en 11*.. two ( iti, s accessible to i).. fans of Pho Federal Lea Bit e appears still !l" ? ax to Win tln-r to take pint with tlie Kansas <'it\ fran- ' 111 1 !'? Hi ii\ or in Harrison. X. ?' -V; 1 until Cilmore's supporters ninko a decision more than proba hie that l i. ? ? International League will mark 'hirk.-tt. presid. :;t anil man,IL'": "'<? \\'iiri'i &...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

SDUIH MUST SAVE IDEALS! JEOPARDIZED BT BIB WAR Slmulil I'i'CHorvo Civic I'mnH^s Halt- ' <"?l l?y Kiirnpcnii Conflict, Says Mrs. (Jtcn. H.\S ITSI-XK KNOWN CONFLICT I'resident of National .\ssoclalion nT <1 uililies itiid <'orrwiIons llclli'vi's South Is (test I'ittnl to Kedfein KiU'ope's Fallen Standards. The peculiar roHiMiistlilllt} of the -otith In the matter of plait In i; up tha--tandarrts of <ivif proKr?'HS xvreHteal ? rom Kuropean countries III 11??? t? ? i i" 11? ?? ??oiittlci the> ara- now umler^olni,', was tin theme of a stlriirm nddroHK maala ya*ntcrday t<? tin? Women's Association ? if St. Hi's Parish l>y .Mr.* .1 .M. iSleit, |irpfilil<T.t of tha* National Asso'-iatlon of < 'li.'vritii'H and Corrections. Mr* tilm pointed out that oil inspiration f?^r the co tutor vat Ion of tin- human family hud ? -moe from Kuropa? 111?? fi^ht ii u: ? 11 ? > i iiif.int niorlalit ....

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

OF MARKET UNCHECKED (?nidunl tmil Last DoiiUuks. When Stop-l.oss Orders Cnnso Smart Ihflino. KIXANCIKItS AlIK XKHVOtS Conditions I'nsot llod. mill Tlu*r?? l*> Much Selling fur Kori'iun Account. Nome Operators 11 live Withdrawn I mil Situation Is Cleared t'p. in IlltO \ l> * % ?v * I ' V< >i:K. !*? !?ni tr\ '* S' i. ).- j '? To <l.i . T!i# tltiwnwa;??! mrvoni?-n! '* ?r-*dt?r ititil il. ulnc* w1i?"i f v; < t shoti n-'-'nunt , <?? ft r|ics ^rnnrtl . ' rov ?!'ic * !.?p ln*? or?!??rs am) hrlnirlns "UTa! knoy. at t]\o . ln?o \ Sup; v* w * 1, kins and ? rwr a? no-\ i*. f' j p wim ?hroad iti ?*"?? *'n mi i :i 1 i'.K- < X Whl ? 11?? Soil ire of stort ? fot for len at count wns not in I ?r ir?? voiunif. th?* ? ivlnc w-,?. - f *" l ino!* iVntral Iroppod c )i? r r U. ilw a\ )n ? '?m r?'<l 11?^? ? k ? .1 W'storn foil lif'ott pit* and < In III..: ? ?M . .t ?" \J th'Sp ?j?n ?? th? f:r*t ??...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

$clinion])Cinics$i5paicIj SIXTY" -FIFTH Y13 A H. I : ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MRDIWM IS THE SOUTH KOIt CLASSIFIED AI)VERTISI N'G. fKI.KPIIONK Y'.'fll WANTS TO THE TIMliS-mSi'ATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 HAiS'DOl.PII WANT r.n. ItATICM. OA1T.Y, pne cent t- wril ?h?n pnll In *1- ! vaoce. No ail. tfrfc-ii' lor lca? than 10 cent*. tUNI>AY. one and i,ti?-half cent# a wor<J for Sil clanxlfltt'i n?'?. cjcbiit Situation* Wunl'd ?t ot:u rent u viorii. No ed taken (or l??? than Li cent*. NO AOS. tikrn for !?*? than &> rente when charged (- phoned In. Phoned orders not ruaruritoe'l. Cltuulflcatlon* not itu.i.raiitf>ej *Iter i:a\) k'. Ai. DliATII.S. A I.I{K11TS ?I?t.?.i. 'K?" 1.rii"ry II-,. at I <i !'. ?M . M M.S. \VH,HKEMI>..\ AI.HKHTS <notli?-r of .Mrs. E. j. ' iooilmali, of Ki'iiKiittfiun Avcnui: < i?; ? ral from tin? n sidfin ;it I' M. 'I'll IS Till US I ?A V 1 'ATI.IX. ? >t?i. .ii (ii* c&l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 February 1915

DR. BRADY'S TALKS on hcnlth nml hjitlriir nrr a <Iii11>- feature of the Woman'* 1'nice you >h<uilil rend. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Sid,raonJ rimrS.gis|w(d| RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 THE HOUSE YOU WANT mny lie offered to-tlay In the elaiintDrd column* at Junt your price? rentl llie ail*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH "*c2?MaW&RTwa* We've fust Added the Famous 7 o Our Already Long List of Popular Kl ?* ' It is because the name .>? *\ "American Lady" has become a standard in Corsetry the world over for perfect style, service and satisfaction, and because so large a number of our patrons have come to prefer them to other makes, that AMERICAN LADY CORSETS can now be found in our Corset Section in a nice variety of models. "There is no substitute for the best" and the BEST Corset one can wear is the one that best suits their own figure. For our part we KNOW that American Lady Corsets are unsurpassed by any make retailing a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 February 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY Puts roar iiuml for a situation on a strictly' bunlnraa bails ff hra }oti ailvrrtlnr la THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR : < VOL.VMr. BS m;.MilKit .-vo RICHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1915.?TWELVE I'A (IKS TftST"? FAIR TO HELP BUSINESS llrllcvc In ynurmclf, your country. State and city?nml tta InHtltutloon?and nay an. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS BREAK SAFE ON FLORIDA FLIER IWO MASKED IN DOB R..F. & P. TRAIN NEAfc FRANCONIA Hold Up Express iMessenger A. Y. Chambliss at Point of Pistol. CRACK SAFE WITH AX. THROWING IT FROM TRAIN Robbers Jump From Open Door and Return to Booty by Roadside. I,OSS NOT YKT DKTKRMI XKI> F.xpress Company Says Iron llox Contained No liar^e Sum of Money. Two masked white men about o'clock last nipht boarded the first sretion of train .ViinihT fl!, tii" Ittehmond KrederieksburK ami Potomac Railroad t'ompany, due h<-r?* ??t 1 - : 4 ft o'clock this morn Inc. ami. after iivcrpow^rlnB the express ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 February 1915

Russians Continue to Retreat Before A dvance of Germans tlons which so far happily exist between tin two governments "With resard to t ti ?* assuring of these friendly relations. tlir (lerman government lipliovcs Hint It may all, the more reckon oil a full understanding with the United States. us the procedure announced hy the German admiralty. which was fully explained in the nolo of the 4th Instant, is in no way directed against legitimate enni- i merce ami legitimate shipping of lieu- j trnls. Imi represents h?? I? ? I> n measure] of Kelf-defcnse. imposed on Uermnny by hcr\;tal interests, against K lie. land's method of warfare-, which contrary j to international law, ami which so far no protest by neutrals has succeeded in ' bringing back to tlir> generally recognized principles of law its existing beforo tho outbreak of war. "In order to exclude all doubt ret;nt<i111(t ilin cardinal points, the iSerinah BOV'-I iiment on? o mon- begs Ifiive to sl...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 February 1915

ENGLISH ABANDONS FIGHT AGAINST GAS DEPARTMENT Moves to Table Measure Directlug Inquiry Into Alleged Advance Deposit Abuses. nioiii'S srniHBAV diii-dkks Ordinance Commit tee Approves Amendment to llulldlng ('<)(le, Fixing Limit of Frame Houses at Forty Feet Above <*rade. T'pon the motion of Councilman Kngllsh. patron of the nuMHurr, the Council Committee on Ordinances, last night, voted to lay on the table the resolution directing the Administrativo llo*?rd to institute mi inouiry into tint manner in which the Das Oepnrtment lias licen enforcing the rule empowering it to require advance deposits from gas consumers, with tlx- view of establishing whether or uot there have been abuses in its enforcement. The tabling of the resolution at the Instance r.t ihe patron himself puts ail ? ltd to what promised at one time to engender considerable feeling in oflldal cireleH. Mr. Knglish introduced the resolution a' Uie February meeting <>' the Common...

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