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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

Hit! Woman and Home I Tail"! The Morning Story \.\ \ Mirn. II; Durulbr Hlnckniore. "Bul my father's business has been absolutely ruined by the war." pro tested Anita Morgan "I must help i in pome way or other." "You?help'" laughed her churn;: Helen Bennett. 'It's so funny!" Anita save an impatient shrug to; tier shoulders "Jt may *>e hutnorou? to you, Helen. To me it :s anything but that. M> father and mother arc dreadfully .1 ? pressed over it and 1 know i much of their anxiety Is for me since, ? as they have said. I am just begin- I r.ltig m> social career. Social career' j What in the world is a mere serial few years to me, compared with thn worry of my mother and father? 1 toll you 1 shall d<> something." "Teach dancing perhaps'."' laughed 1 lelen. Anita shook her head. "Kvrrybody'a doing that." "(5o on the stage? Maybe we'll sen something at tiie matinee to-day that will appeal to you'.''' Helen continued in jesting tones ''for. of course, a part is mine for tHo ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

DAUGHTERS NIAY GET POSSESSION OF SHIP Historic Vessel Endeavor, Condemn c<1 and Ordered Hold, to Ho I* reserved. ITS CARKKIt IN QUESTION Collector Ilaiuilton Asked to Inves tigate and Confirm, If Possible, Honiaiitlc Stories of Its lluildiiiK ami Herord in Civil War. fSpooinl to The Tim^s-Dlspatch. J NOHKOUC. VA? Februnry IS.?Col lector of Customs Norman K. Hamilton has been requested by the I)epartment of Comincrci; t?? make surh Inquiry as be fan concerning the building ami origin of what Is now the Coast and Geodetic Survey steamer Kndeavor. Ihis vessel hits been condemned and ordered sold, but owing to the report of lu-r origin, whieli has particular in terest to Virginia people, she has hap pened to be of such historical value as to suggest to a member of Con Kress 'lie d> slrnbiilty of obtaining authoriza tion for her transfer to the Daughters <'f the Confederacy. Kccent Inquiry con ceming tiie Kndeavor prior to 1S0.3 has tailed to verify certain reports of her ? ?rii...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

Jftrfimonii fimcjrPtepatcl) TICK TIMKS. Founded INKS THE DISPATCH. Fuunitrd 1950 PuhllahM errrr dny In the year h.v The Tlmw lllnpHtch Publishing Company, lur. Atlilren* i:ll contKTinlrntlon* to THE TIMES - DISPATCH. Tlmea-Plapntch lliiililliiK, 10 South Tenth Strfot, Itleh montl, Vn, TI'liKl'HOXK, KAXOOl.rn 1 Publication Oflleo......... 10 South Truth Street South Itlclnnond HtitO Hull Street I'rtcmliiirK 100 \nrth Sycamore Street l.yiiclihurit ai.s (eighth Street ? iixsnnoox, stoiiy a nnooiis, ivc. Special A ?l vertlaln;, lUpmrnlntlTeii. \?>t Viirk .....2(H) I'lftli Avenue I'h i In (Ip Iph In .Mutual l.tfe .Vlilldlne ( lilcnKo i'eople'n tin* Iluil,">-; 51' HSCHIPTf0> RATES IM >1 \ll? One !<li Three t?i?p IM?J?TAt;E PAID Ycnr. Mo?. Mo?. Mo. ? Pally nuil Suiiiln y . . . .>0 . <10 fll. Ill) $l.!>0 $ n n 11 y only 4.00 2.IHI l.OO .3" Still tiny only 'J oo l.OO .so .i!7? Hj Tlmca-Dlapnlch Cnrrlcr llellvery Service in llti'hmonil lnn?l suburb*) nml Petersburg: Pa...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

GOVERNOR STMT IS HONOR GUEST IT DINNER Handsome Affair Oiven i?t Labur num, Home of John Stewart Bryan. MANY ATTKND INDOOR TKA8 Ktigagement 0f .mlss Mary Kirsh to Raphael Fle.xiier I.evien, of New York, Im Announced?lUrliiuond ei-R Attend Waynesboro Keroplion. ? iovdrnor Henry Carter Stuart was Hi'- honor gue?t at a handsome dinner party given Tuesday evening by John Stewart Bryan at his country estate, "Laburnum." Covers were 'aid for thirty.fou^, and the guests were seated at four flower-ladi'ii tables arranged In the long dining-room. Anioni? the dis tlngulMhml men of the city Invited by Mr. Bryan to meet tltc Chief Executive of the State were William II. White, Judge .lames Keith. Colonel Archer An ?lerson. Colonel W. Gordon McCabe, IJr. I-Jdward McCluIre. (ieorge J. Seay, JuiIro '?'?orgfl IChristian, St. George T. C. Bryan, Eppa Utinton. Jr., Francis Deane Wllllnm.?, .1. St. fienrK* Hryan, C. <'otes worth Plncknoy, Murray M. McGtiire. MavM Tennant, Allen Potts. Jonathan Hrya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD I SPORTS SEASON PISS in BV J-.dlfor of Merchants' Journal and (oimncrro Will Keceive Heuard for Suj;mvs(jiij? < 'lnl> Xaine. T-i:.\si: sk.m:i> kok tiik park M ill Dunn I.nadiiiK Freight Car In i Haltimore \\ ith Material for I so | in This t'itj?Tciicr Thinks liar-} l"<?w Mil! I'lace Team in ilron.v. j N"( rmnn 11. .Johnson. editor of thoj Merchants Journal anil Commerce, ro-j siding ht S2< Wcist (irnco Street, will' leo;ve i ? ? !> -s to witness the International League games to he I ????? sti.-et I'll k (luritiu ? ;i f * *? i noon the direc-, 1 v-e it! ij Kxhiliition ?"om l"i I : ::>? t (i lie, i'tesldenl Smith i .. ? names of those who so- I , ' ? i ? ui: ..ins the cognomen for 1 11 ' U... < ontfstants names wti:r<-ji . !i i11^ of paper and ' 11 1,1 ? nat. . mi drawn out l>\ ;l y ; I .To'; nsoli I . .1 _? til,, form'. "'><'? :i: ?' IM.-S will h. st ilt U II the !:i \t It H .j.,\ s ,:11 ''rl1" ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

URGES WOMEN T6 STAND j FIRMLY FOR PROHIBITION l>r. Carolyn (ieisel Haj-a Drink mid Immorality Go Hand in Hand. WO.MKN KXPKCT TOO MTTLK I nited Opposition of Her Sex to Use j of liquor, Site Bays, Would Have j Its KfTect on Men?Urges .National ! Prohibition. I'r. Carolyn Uelnel, a slender, gray- ! haired woman of magnetic perijonal iIy, stood yesterday -afternoon on the | auditorium platform r>t the John -Mar- j shall 11 i k It School anij addressed un j audience of tvoinun, placing squarely j on their shoulders the responsibility : of the race, iler subject wan "Woman I and Hum," and the mention one of the series that Is being held this week ] in fliehmond by the Flying Squadron fighting for the national prohibition ??f tin- lii|uor truffle. From a broad knowl?dge of human nature, gathered In twenty years' prat - i tire i>f tnctllclne In the sluing of the world, L?r. (Jeisel tallied Intimately to i he school girls, the mothers a.id crundmolhers, who listened Intently to wha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

STOCK MARKET INCLUDED IN WAR ZONE FOR DAYS Buyers Apparently Timid About Ven turing l'j>on the Specu lative Sea. I1KTTKK TONK IS l?KVKI.OPKI? Rut There fs \o Disposition to Kn eonrimo Tradlnjt Over Week-Kntl. Knllrond Karnlngs Make ltetfer Comparison Than Previous Year. nv BROAIIAN W \" K w VoKK. February 'v n#?r* ar *t\?? ar.'l :Toirijl.ir lav with selling an! r l \ ijror f?.r ?;?'rnnn a- ? ?ount Stoi k" m or* .? ??*? ?11 * i'ln* ins prices wfrf fnhlx stend> with levernl Mro*'Q 'p \ inr"> F'nnr trader* ?'?]!??? Trio t ;>?*>. hctf?*r than the To dn> s mar ket 'n.n b' said to hnv*1 vi??\ pinned a better t o r. *?. Tllf ?to?*k mirke* nr?* ? !?ple ! ;n ! h?? *? ?r 7??!>?* fot ?e v#?ra! ?In* *1 -m I at# timid about venturing upon tbf> specula ? ro vo.t \y ? Sat* nl.'v a ha if holiday nMil Mont! At VSTashlngton's blrthdrtv. tIitp van ,? !|spo?i? io?i *.? r?n? ?mirage trading ? *er : h^ \i ? k t "r t on 1 * a ? ? ? ?i ? Southern I * ? ' ? 11 ? r?*.n?\ vimi: i ?".'l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

jKicfmrom) Cnnc?fli$patrij SIXTV-KIKXII VISA It. ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM TN THE SOUTH FOn CLASS IFIED AKVEIITISIN'O. rBLGPHONH V'.'Ilil wants TO TBB TIMES-DISPATCH. Randolph i i kandolpii 1 WANT AD, nATKS. OAILT, cd? cent r. w:>rd when pata In ad vance No ad. te'i-'ii tor les* than 10 cants. ? UNDAT, pti# and an*-half cento A nor& for : all clmtlfibA ilia fticept Slluntlona Wonted at one cent a word. No ail. taken for leai than It cent*. Kf> ADS. taken for !tn than ZS cent* wben <karcerl er phoned In. Phoned orders not guaranteed. CiaarlflcattoRa not cuaranteed after ?:*> p. M. Tel Ymnir Waiirate to1 A? F??pS@ TihiToiuiglh ftlhe1 Swuni'disiy But be sure to get your copy in Early to insure proper classification and get best results. Copy should be in by 8 P. M. Saturday night. Send yours in to-day. The Times-Dispatch is the best want medium in the South. IN MlvMOUI.AM ItOHINSON. I.l ( IAN HAHNEV ItOB 1NSON was accidentally killed nt his home, "HprinuNelil." In King...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS may flnil n aolatlon In Ihf dally dUninntonn of MnrJhn WrMovrr tin thr \\ oninn'* I'mtf. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?Kiriimonii STirae^-Pi^paid) RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS Mi?r frrqurntlr be found (hroagh ? nmull nd. In the el?i(lflt< column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH nc shoppy Mfffer&R&MKfe ThcihZpinl I?Tr~^ TT 11?n\ 1 r\\ Jzi REMNANT DAY \( LT u ^ ii ?ii il An Unusual Fine Lot of Bargains For 7o-Dau COME Kvery woman will want some of (lie reduced mer chandise we have arranged in groups on (he booths (Main Floor) and in many other sections of the store. Desirable merchandise because ii is seasonable and of unquestioned QUALITY! "Remnants" and "broken lots" mostly, to be sure: but then what's (lie difference if i( happens to be just what one wants? These Friday sales arc very interesting. Have you ever attended thorn ? Wash Goods This morning wr> will place on sale in the WASH GOODS SECTION* / 7 Pieces Striped Voil 5 Pieces Chec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY' l'u<? your iiurat for a Bltuntlon on ? Mr-fctl? bunlnrnn linnlM lrhvn you nilvrr4h? la THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR ? **> TO patclj trr. ? tltu THE iVE I>A GES T.a?khobb-FAIR TWO SUSPECTS ME PUT UNDER ARREST Dragnet Out for Men Who Rifled Safe on the Florida Express. MESSENGERS GAVE NO ALARM Men Locked in Car Made No Outcry When Train Stopped at Fredericksburg. Two rr.^n suspected of implication in, the robbery of an express r;ir on the tlrRt section of Atlantic Coast Line! train Xo. 01 on Thursday night arc under arrest in Alexandria, two more, are under arrest bore, and the safe,; which was hurled from the car afterl It was rifled, has been found at the j bottom of Acqula Creek, on the Itlch-i mond, Fredericksburg and I'otomac j Railroad, about ten mib-s north of Fredericksburg. The safe was found yesterday morning by a master fore man in making !--oundings in the creek after he discovered marks as of some thing heavy falling from the trestle. TWO SL'S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

Fighting on Land Continues in Nearly All Theatres of War ly announced her promised retaliatory measures against tho German sub marine blockade, which so far has re sulted in flic torpedoing by German submarines of two vessels, the French steamer Dlnorah, off Dieppe, and the Norwegian tank stenmer Helrldge, near Folkestone. Moth vessels wore dam aged, but reached port .MOST OK IH'TCH l.IMOS ui:si >i 1: st iiKnt'LES Some Danish vessels were unable to j w;i yesti rday. owing to the refusal of' thou >. r> \\ s to move them. This Itn- j pediment was ovorcomc to-day, how . ver, aid most of the Dutch lines also i t sinned tlu ii schedules under the gov t i i,iii*-Tit s Insurance scheme. Fighting in the west has consisted largely of elTorts by the Germans to , recover trenches lost during tho allies' ! offensive itianouuvtes last Tuesday and | Wednesday. The Germans claim that ' tiieir attacks were successful. Tho German army which drove the: Russians out of Kant Prussia has oc-? c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

PfTHIlS CELEBRATE S1ST ANNIVERSARY Interesting Kxerclses In Petersburg! Held Under Auspices of Naomi Lodge. ADDRESS nv nil. WILKINSON Witllnce D. Illnnks A|?|>olnte<l Dis trict Deputy (irand Master of .Ma sonic District Negro Iting-Thief Arrested?Other News. PKTBRSHUItC. VA., February 19.? L'nrter the auspices of Naomi hodm', the Knights of Pythias of Petersburg last night celebrated the lifty-llrst anni versary of the founding of the great i'ythlan order In the t.'nlted State*. 'I hero was a large gathering of Knights to participate in the celebration, and there were interesting ceremonies in: tli?s lodge room?a feature of which! was Wio beautiful and impressive ex- j ??rnpiincation of the first rank on a number of candidates, conducted by ? a skilled degree team. Following the secret session tin* lodge adjourned to1 the Ktratsford Hotel, where an elabo rate banquet was spread and enjoyed by all. It. T. Wilson presided and acted n? toactmnster. The principal address of the ev...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks 1 lie i\iornin j lory .MAM I'll A'S MIMAil lli;, llj ( nthrrlnc Ciiu|ik Alan l?obb sii:li? ii h-avlly as he li isij; Hii the telephone. Ho had rhik up Ills llunce's st-.ai.o, only to find out from tli<> maid ilia Martha wits out and would n>t i ? 1111 it until dinner time "\Vhl<-'? means," Alan toll himself half bitterly, "that my swoi'tlmirt Is lit Ho- mutliut \\ or shipitiK at the slirine oi' her idol." For many \\i<i.s Alan h.i'l '-ecn nwii r of the fs t that Martha had be. it drifting away J; ? ? ? i him. S!i> di?l not love him ' ' ? ti?.;<< sens. of the word or si: ci.ill.! not hav> fall.ti a victim t.> the undoubted charm of Johii Ward, th.- fascinating uctor of the day. Alan's h'\i for Mat tha was i> tin dvli.kc as . .\ :t*. If. and It hurt 1,1m ?? 111. 'hi' i'?.< uirl whom he hail i-v.'t :> d t i ail (its wlf ? and for wh :ii a'., l.is i t had l'-en plann. d ?A.is !i! . r>4; 1.' I happiness elsewhere than...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

Mr. Citizen, Study These FACTS; Large Sums For Richmond Labor want the citizens of the City of Richmond to decide whether or not we shall be permitted to lease the Municipal Gas Works. The President and Members of you, and we are willing to abide by a business standpoint. Here is the the Common Council have been asked by us to submit this proposition to your decision. This whole question should be considered absolutely from situation in a nutshell: Large sums of money must lie expended within a comparatively few months to provide the City of Rich mond with an efficient and absolutely necessary gas dis tribution system?mains and service pipes. For this statement we have no less an authority than Mr. Arthur G. Glasgow, a well known Richmond man and one of the world's greatest authorities on gas plants and gas distributing properties. Shall the City funds be used in this momentous work, necessary to provide for the present as well as the immediate future, or will you, the citizens, enc...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

Tin: i nu:s. i"<miui?-?i ...ihsm Tin-: imsi'i k n. i'<mifnicii isr.(i I'uMlvliril ctir? iln? In llie year lij 'I'lir Tlmew l)l?|ni t?Si I'ii lil It* liIi<k l iimimii) , I ite* Aililri'NM nl! fOliir"*l>l?n(liiiiN to I III TIM I '> - II IM'Ai'l Jl, Mmm>il|?|inli'li II ii 11 tl i ti K ? Sou Hi Tenth Street. III ell niiiml, \ it. i ki.kphom., t'll Illicit l Ion Ollice .. Sill* III lllt'limolltl ... I'c (er*liiirK !< 1 I. y iieh liuru I( V \l>01.:'ll 1 ..Id vi.urlt 1'ciitli street . . lt>?t? I In! I si reel ! \ nrlti *?> cnnitirc sirrvl . . n Kiiililli Mr ? iMoiuioo -nun .* r.utioKS. int., > |i cilal A il\<Tl 1st li. iiri'ai'iilfillti'X. \ 'it ^ firU . i!(ili I'll ili Avenue I'lilhttlc Ipliln. Willillil I.lie nlltllliK I llll-il^.l t'lipic's t ? 11 N Illjll-" ' . SI HSt ({IP | I I I \ II \ I l .s I* \ V\ti, One Sl\ Three dill" l'll>i'A?, I: I' V11> Vriir. Mo?. >i n. Mo. IKtlti iiml Knnilay . . . ,S*? 4iti S'l till ?l .Ml .5 )l:iil? tut I j i o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

SEVERAL SOCIAL EVENTS SCHEDULE!! FOB TMH Weekly Dances nt Country Club of Virginia Will Continue Through Lent. n.\li POUMtK AT HON Allt INN Many Hlclmmnd People to Attend Mu?ouernde for ISenellt of Library Fund?Illc-hinond (?uct>tH at New port News Wedding. 'I li'To are several events of Interest ? cheduled fur tho social calendar to day. The usual weekly dances at the 'ountry (Muh of Virginia will lie held, as usual, through Lent, and many smart dinners will be given at the clubhouse this ??veiling, prior to tho Informal lio;i .-siturdny evening always marks ?t ; 111?? i? nthu; inithcilng :it the Country flub, and the younve* set Is much it vidence for th?? dancing. Several Hli.'hmoud people will ko to '?on \lr this evening to attend the Hal ? 'oudre that Is to take place at Hon Air Inn. This hall is 111 celebration of Washington's birthday, and decora tions for the affair will be In keeping with that idea. It 1b a charity func tion. the proceed* to be devoted to tin library fun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

[SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] PUNS NUT NOW OBTAIN ! BOOKS FOB THE SEASON Richmond Inhibition Company An thorizes Secretary Wicks to Accept Orders I 'in il .April 1. I>r\\ SKINS SKVKUAIi l?l,AVr.llS; Expprls, AKo. to Land Shortstop. Several Dates for Hvliil*ition (James Closed: Others in Prospect. Players lieport Mareli 15. Complying v\ i111 the request nf a number of fans who desire to purchase; sffl'oii tickets, or books, tin' ?lirootors of tho Richmond Fxhihit Ion Company lias authorized ,Secretarj Wicks to ac cept orders for* season books coverinn seventj hon>< tame at tin- price of each. This offi r wilt In continued until \;>r:l i, when it w ill be withdrawn. T> o:. desirfuu tii? ? hooks may si ml tholl order to Seerctar\ K W Wicks, r.iri- of the Richmond Kxhibition <"???ii - pnny. P. *Rox 7,1. A check for Jio must accompany each order. Manairer I'unn 1ms sinned srvoral players for the Virginians, but at the present tim< will no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

GOVERNOR SENDS THREE BILES BUCK FOR CHANGES ?lust Before Midnight Lust Measures Go Muck to Clerk of Inlature. SUGGESTS HOME AMENDMENTS Governor Approves Poiley of Public Session); Wliero Vote In Tuken, but Would Not Hamper Education Hoard in Dealing With Publishers. Less than ten minutes before the time limit for the return of bills ex pired at midnight, Governor Stuart last night ?ent hack to the General As sembly all throe of the bills then re maining In his hands, with the recom mendation that they be amended in Im portant particulars when the Legisla ture reconvenes on March 8. This action on the part of the Gover nor im authorized by the Constitution, which provides that when the execu tive approves the general purpose of a bill, but disapproves of sorno of Its pro visions, he may return It to the House In which It originated, with the recom mendation that the amendments he de sires be Incorporated. Accordingly, late lust night Gover nor Stuart returned House bill Nob, 27 and 3...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

STOCK MARKET DEALINGS ME ill SMALL VOLUME Prices Fairly Ntrady I'ntil l.ato, "When (Quotations (So to l,o\\ l*evel. TlUNOVKIt OF 150.000 SUA ItlCS Many Professional* Close Their Open ConfrHrt*, ri'P|Miit'(l to Come Hark Into Tuesday's Market Without Three I>:iys" Submarine llisk. in IlltO \H\N w u i . f.spr, K1 :?> The Time* I>'?t>it?-h ) Nl \V Villi! 1' rv ?? l?P:i!lllK? III to )> .. . ?? !r: small vo'ivtf, v it?? R tuirovor : '? ?.? than 'V vO share*. Prices vera fairly stfailj' until th<? >nto :?r ?. r w he ? ? t r.i ? ? - i ?! ? r*it t >? 1 t <? < -,i I X >iI?? commit merit*. * irrylnij (itiotiillonit to tho ( ion- :# \ I <>f 1 < ? prl ' * ?" i k toft. Stool Prt ' ^ Is" ?( -!|ve Kt o i'< *\Tll| ,V1 c Ml I't't io - ? -..?!? h f'>r 'r 1 if onlv nmninfil to il ??? I tin t?rl? ?* M.-:, I . ? ?? ? ? v.r-o ills -Ml' . ??? I from taU" t: tti? - ? ? ? ? h rn t?r ??< t'l- VI ^ If."-' ? ? ? I'. ?' II > r>l t ?? of .??: la ? the rur?...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

jSirlimonii Cimcjs-Pispatclj; SIXTY-FIFTH Y13AR, I 1 s ADMITTEDLY THE BF^T MEDIUM IN I THE SOUTH FOR CI.A33- I IKIKI APViSKTIHINO. VKUUMIONH IVAMTS TO TUB TlUUH-mtfi'ATCU aAMXILl'il I 1 IIAKDOLPII ! WANT M>. HATES. DAII.T, onu ccnt r xrrd when paid In ad va?cc. No ad. Iflor Ich* than 10 cant*. i HJM'AT, ono i?nU liije-b.'tir crnto a word for ail cluaalflutl u-'e. exert it rtltuutlom Wanted . at or.e rn.t u v?urd. No ud. taken for leei i than li cent a. P><? Alts, ti.i.ou fo? 'an thhn 6S canta ?h?i charmed <- i>Usn*d In. Phoned ordera not Ctiarutils*<: \ o> iluutloin nut (uarunt'Xd bltfl V:3*J t' >1 Tell Yorar Waimfts to: ftfiae People TEnirrcmglhi khz Strndlaiy Tim?e-Dr.s]paiftc]hi Hut be sure to get your copy in Early to insure proper classification and get best results. Copy should be in by 8 P. M. Saturday night. Send yours in to-day. The 7 imes-Dispatch is the best want medium in the South. DKATIla. KKA YrilKH.?Tiled, Friday morning, at htr late residence...

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