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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS mny find n Molutlon In the dntl^ tllm-UHMlunn of Jliirlhn AVmlovrr on Ihr \\ omnn'n I'acr. THE TIMES-DISPATCH fftdimond ?tne^-fH^patctj RICHMOND, VA? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS Sir.r (rniurnllr lie fuuml through n miii it 11 ntl. In tliv vlMMNlllcd I'olumun of THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre MilIei&Rfsoatfc The Shopping Centre When You Buy Solid Gold Jewelry AT J1U.LER AND RIIOADS you arc assured of two tilings, neither of wliica are or appar ent to the casual observer as are the newness or attractiveness of-ihe designs, i. e.: (lirst) the article is SOLID COLD and (second) you are not being charged an excessive price for it. A few popular items are: Bracelets for Children... .$3.50 to $">.00 Bracelets for Women ....$5.00 to $25.00 LaYallieres $2.50 to $(5.00 Crosses, a varied line . . . .$1.00 to $3.50 Cuff Pins, closed backs.. .$1.00 to $2.50 Just in BLACK RIBBON SOUTOIRS. with sterling sil ver and rhinostono slides; priced $1....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

THE SUBURBAN HOME Von nrr looklnK for ran y br md vtrlUfd (o-ilnjr la the elaMlded column*. Ilrnd the adn. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Ivicljmoiut STiutcS-43i5|jaicl) TO KEEP INFORMED On matter* of Importance In city, State nnd nation, you need hut rend THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR vm.i'HP n.% NCMIIEH tiS 7'auk"kh ? FAIR CHAMBLISS AND i WILLIAMS CONFESS Express Messengers Admit They Broke Open Safe on Flor ida Flyer. HAD LEFT KEYS AT HOME Concocted Story of Robbery Af ter Pushing Wrecked Safe From Car Door. A. Y. ChamhllsB and M. M. Williams confessed early yesterday afternoon that tt was they who on Thursday night broke open the safe and threw It from nn express car attached to the Atlantic Coast Iylne Kallroad Company's Florida. Flyer while the train was running be tween Alexandria and Fredericksburg. JSoth messengers made signed confes hlons. Chambllss said that he had forgot ten his keys, and that he broke open the safe In order to get out his sup plies. Williams, who was returning homo ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Germans Defeated at Fortress of Ossowetz by Russians an Austrian aeroplane, which dropped bombs, am!. according 'o Montenegrin I reports. hilled two women STRAMBIl TOUI'KnoiCI) iiA" i.iciniw si miAiiiXK LIVERPOOL, February 20 (11:20 P. \t.).? Without warning, a (iernmn sub marine tcrpoilor'i the Rrltlsh steamer ( fa'mbank a few miles east of Linns, I'olnt, li? tin* Irish Sea, about 11 o'clock i to-ilay. The ?*x??)'- s-iori killed the third engineer and two tire men. Another I member of the crew was drowned In I an attempt, to jump Into a boat. Tho J remainUe! of the orov and the* pilot, twenty in nil. were saved. * One of tho men, in describing tho > experience of tlie Cntnbank. said: "We | were bound from -lluelva, Spain, for j Liverpool with a cargo of copper. 1 When outside of Amlwch, on the north coast of Wales, wo took aboard ?a pilot \Vc had gathered speed when .i periscope was observed about 200 1 yards away. Th?? engines were re versed, but while tli?* vessel wits turn in...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Dill STUDENTSID TO SECURE EDUCATION Poverty No Reason ^liy Ambitious Youth flbould Not Ro Able to Kn ter University of VlrKinla. ACIIIKVEMKNT OF ATjDFJRMAN llo Has Made It Possible for Many Young Men to Itccelve Financial Assistance While Pursuing Their Studies?Other Means Afforded. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.. February 20.?Onn of the most striking achleve mnntn of tlm first decade of Dr. Edwin A. Alderman's service fin the first prefil deat of the University of Virginia lias been th<f provision of ways l>y which young men In need of financial assis tance may not bo seriously handi capped In getting si college or univer sity education. Ills announcement a short time ago of a gift of $10,000 to be used as a loan fund for deserving students called at tention to the fact that such funds now available, total nearly 535,000. Several years ago President Alder man started tho first student employ ment agency to work In a broadly suc cessful way. A report on tho result of this work made a sh...

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. — 21 February 1915

LUSIHIi SAFE 1 PORT: DIB HOT FL* 0. S. FUG Rough Weather Prevailed During Knttrf Voyage Across l-'i-om Liverpool. PYXK PASSKXCSKR <>N SHIP j Private Secretary to Ambassador Gerard at Berlin Confirms Report *>f Incident W hen \merieaiis Were t'ritlci/ed for Speaking Knglish. XKW YORK. February 20?The Hritish liner l.usltatila reached N'ew York to-da> from Liverpool. having the trlr, her officers sn'd with out finding It necessary to hoist the ;*nlted States Mag On t 'i?- outward \ nvstf th lit.'T sailed under the Stars ? (1 ,-":r!:>??< uVilo tn the Irish Sea 1'ear o: i;> rnun submarines 5;eiit the r'c vessel at anchor iii the Moriej' for V'-.vti? j'.ve hour? nft--r she left her * un:;' sn hour <?r :nor* after night ? :i. according to passengers. The < offl v-rs k-V'' the> ? or" waiting fa\. -able t : The wait lasted - ? r ? *o.\ iii the afternoon till ? 7 - 1 t! evening. Then the $r.A'":.i ? at full sp? e.: down (i ? rknf ss T". TV - ^- ;r dxirinc *!ifl ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

NO NEW ACTION UNLESS I THERE IS AN OVERT ACT t'nlted States Stands Kirnily on Warning Against Destruction of American lilves or Vessels. SITUATION WITHOUT niANfiK ArguiuentH In iloth Hrltlsh and fler nian Notes, Charging Violations of Utiles of International haw. Do Not Concern This Country. WASHINGTON. February 20.?The t'liitcrl States will tnaite no reply, for llii- present jit least, to either the I? 11 Ish or cSoritisiti notes regarding the Use of the American flag on foreign ves sels, and the dangers to neutral ship ping in the naval wnr zone, hut will stand firmly On it. warning against destruction of American lives or * "KHeln. Many officials who know the situa tion expert some further move only In event of an overt act. This was In dicated In high olllcial quarters to-tlay. In the ease of the note to Great Mritaln objecting to any general use of the Ameiicsn (lac by British ves sels. the conitnuuleallou from iMiRlnnd wan not regarded as altering the orig inal warning of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

PRISON HEADQUARTERS M?r GO TO STATE FARM Senate Hill Provides for Tumlnj? ()\cr Penitentiary to Care of Dangerous Insane. .MKAsriu: i:\n:(Ti:u to r.vss Ituler Present \orth Carolina Pol ity of Putt in:; Convicts on Public Works, Hiji Huiblint; Now Houses Only Seventy-Five Inmates. RAT.KIOH. N O. February TO.?Sen ator It. 1. ballon, of .lefivrson. to-day introduce.! in t:i?? Senate a hill whi.-h h'S the apptov.tl of l.':?? i>'tit Suhconi .!?;???* ? ? p. ? 1 ins*U?;;Ions. provblltii; :< :? the '. ? ? ? \.11 1 f the In tHpi.i! tt'rs ? th. Si te's Pi :: :r. Kab ?h to t!i?? Stat* Farm ii. ll!i:"i\ ?" ??:: 11 > and for the turninr over of the j>- ?---??? 11 State's Prison building here to the directors of the Central Ilos;>lt:?1 for the Insane, to he lis- d as a hospit al for dangerous tii Ti'.s-. ?)., . ??? t-!;?-v:inr the concest t 11 i umiitkn-s i-ompl. I:j . I of In tJ'.e Cop al Hospital here and the Western 11 ospit il .. t M tl- ,\: t on A preamble t'> the hill set...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

CHS LEASE HEM IS SET FOR TUESOHy NIGHT Offer of Southern Gas and Electric Corporation to He Considered by Subcommittee. VRW PROPOSITION SUGGKBTKD Plan on Foot to Make Gas for City Consumption at Gayton Coal Mines?Would Mean t^ulte a Big Reduction in Cost. Among the stibjects to come before the Council commltteos thlB week Is the application of the Southern Oas and ]*<lcctrlc Corporation, made to the City Council two weeks ago, for a ! lease of the khs plant, which was re- | forred to a Rubcommltteo of th? Com mittee on Public Buildings, Proper ties and utilities. A hearing has been net for Tuesday night at s o'clock. A representative of the company will be present to ex- ! plain In detail the two propositions i made for the lease of the pas plant. J and to ehuw1, from the corporation's < point of view, bow the city and the KRH consumers would benefit by private rather than by municipal operation. ' It wan learned yesterday that there ; was another srehme afoot, whereby the i G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

JOHN BARCLAY MOON DIES AT HIS ALBEMARLE HOME Fnd Come* Suddenly to rarwr of Man, "Who Was Widely Known TlirouKliout State. HAD BEEN* liOXG IX PUBLIC LIFE At Time of Death He Wns Chairman of Virginia Commission for Set tlement of Stnto Debt?Counsel for University of Virginia. ffpeclal to the Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 CHABLOTTEPVITXE. VA? February CA.?John Barclay Moon, aped sixty five years, chairman of tho commis sion for th* settlement of the debt of the original State of Virginia with tho State of Virginia, a question Involving the liability of West Vlrplnla, which was contracted prior to the creation i't West Virginia Into an Independent fommonwealth. died suddenly at 6:50 o'clock this morning at "Dundora." his country place, five miles northeast of this city. Mr. Moon was born in Albetnarlo County July 20, 1S4?, the only son of Robert Barclay Moon, a civil engineer. At nn early he entered Washington I'ollcfte. now Washington and l.ee Uni versity, where he was a student from 1S*3 to 1S6S....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

RICHMOND POST, T. P. I., ! ENTERTAINS GUESTS More Than BOO Members nud Offl cers Attended Meeting Last Night. N ATlOXAli OIWICKKS PKK8KXT j Usoclnllon Protest* Against I'ropo- ' sal of Pennsylvania Hailroad to | Itefuso Ticketn on Iiitcrclmiijfnble .Mileage to Houthern Oltie*. Mora than 200 msniber* and officers attended the regular meeting of Post \ of the Travelers' Protective Asao ciatWin. held last night ut headquarters, :! ?l ICast Main Street, when an 1 si - formnl reception was tendered for National Director* W. O. Hudson, of N?w Orleans; J. M. Mull, of St. I.ouls. and National Secretary T. S. I.OKan, ? if .St. f,ouis. After tlm business ses sion a buffet luncheon and smoker wm str\ i"d. >U\V STATU \ VI > N \TIOX A I. OITII Cits ATTI-:\I? MKK'I'I.Mi The meeting was called to order by Hubert I >. Davis, of Norfolk, HUit>? pn ?"??!< nt. The following were among the oflleers attending the meutlng: IT. I.. I iarwood, of ItlchmOnd, secretary and 11???aaurer. <5. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

IUIANY PUPILS WIN FIRST HONORS AT HIGH SCHOOL; l Hull of Honor Ilns .lust Hepn He- ( ported by Principal to Su perintendent. MM.MHKIISIIIPS AUK AW.XHDKD Tlirouph .Courtesy of Hosemnry li brary. Might Memberships Are Awarded at Close of Knrh Half Term t<> PiipiK Sl.'inilliiK Highest. Tlte r.iiv' * :nan> students of John Marshal! Hijrh Sohool appear on the ] st t?r honor pupils for tli" half-term pndltiK Janua: 31, "I'll?* follow ing list of first-honor pupils has Just; tippr, sul'.'i itt il to It \ Char.-'.lor. Piiperbite: i< : t of Schools, !> V James ' llarwoo.l, i?: 11 fipal .'f the John Marshall | 11 :uh S In? -I , t.\l t'r.M - Woodson. r;ro:-!;o Oar-j n< a' 4A2 Hcss'.c *' It h i 3ltl? Kllsw .-rtli Wiltshire. H-'?K< i- ??.. I in- s 3A1? Mar> UullitiBton. 3A2?Lucib tiwatluu'V. Porothy Harris, 1'hihna Vanphan. 3A3? Evelyn Harrison, N'.'llie llcnson, Mary Thomas '.'111 .< ;. ;ci:i Woodwanl Ll'.J I saio-l < '.oilwlii 1.* 1?? -Louis. San* r\\ ,iM. I.ois t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Jftcfjmtmft Cnm^-fU^patclj SPORTS PART TWO 65th YEAR RICHMOND. VA.. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS EVERYTHING QUIET IN LOCAL BASEBALL Officials Preparing for Big Week. Groundkeeper Dunn Expected To-Day. BARROW EYES WASHINGTON Would Like to Place Club in the Capital City?Baseball Col only at Hot Springs. Yesterday tho "Nothing Doing" sign was displayed at the Virginians' hcad uuarters .all tin- officials taking a (lay off ho at* to be tn first-class trim for a I? iK week which will ho on the pro gram, starting to-morrow. Groundkeeper Will Dunn is expected in the cWty Home tlmo to-day, and to morrow the two cars of mnterlal and chairs from Oriole Park is expected at the Itroad Street sldlnR, from where the contents will he transported to tho local park. The New York Sun yesterday print ed a story wherein Harrow was said to be In favor of placing an International I.eague club in Washington, and while from hlx viewpoint It would lie an ox ? ?ellent thiiik for the AA league....

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

sstlonsl, Tyrun Cobb, on the Job. the Tiger* oiiRiit to flpur* eomcvrnere on (bat score alone. Vet lie Is fur from the entire team llughey Jennings haft one of the best shortstop? In th<> busi ness In Donie Bush. and n slugger as dangerous ay Cobb in Sam Craw ford, lie link pretty good catching talent In Stonage and McKce, a promising voting (Irat baseman In Burns, it fair second baneman In Vltt, and a reliable tliird sacker In Morlnrty, the veteran. To associate with Cobb and Crawford In tbo outfield l? Bob Veach, tio slouch. The remark was made recently tbHt the Tigers lacked a good pitching staff, thai Jenn Dubuo was the only real pitcher the team had last vear. This talker v.ms speaking strictly through his hat. as- Is plain from a look nt tho record hook. Only one Detroit pitcher, Hoehler, was below Dubuc In the rating, while Oeorge Dauss, Mark Hall, Miles Main. Harry < 'oveleskic, Tom < *avet and Hay liej nobis woro all bet ter than he. With the younger members of ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

MILE DELAY MCE Ml ! BHKIl ATHLETES1 Charlottesville Truck Mon Walk Away With Event at llultinioro. Johns Hopkins Second. MKKKDITII nnST IN THK KOi> Kvent Was tho Most Interesting ?f the Meet?llalliiian, of Waslilnn ton and Ijeo, Captures I'ole Vault. .No Ilerortls. OIMJN POINT WINNKUM. .I?liii llopkliiM 17 * Mcminn l>rooU HI Ml. SI. .>1 si r j 'It T \ li t; Iii111 li Pi-iiiiKj ) \ nnlii <> SI. Vilnius ?"> \\ imli Int-ton ,-i ml l.oc .*? >1II r>ln ml \ '??* ?" l.i* li li ii f i it \ iilli- j ?* STAN dim; ok tica.ms IN S. !?:. I. A. A. C. IIV15NTS (?rorKTolon it HI VlrRlnln II (?<'iir((<* Wfinlilntiloii WnMlilnittiiii ti ml l.fp I HAI/n.M? till*:, ML)., February 20. Jolitirt llopkliiH iiii<! Iiioitidlowii cai rl?'?l off ih> honors of the animal Johns I lop - kins-Kifth l{>-uimeiit indoor lr:irk ami Hold Kuiii* k held tu-niijlit in Hi-' Fifth iCi'KliiH'iit Armory. Tin- Mlaok and Ml ii*' :illil.;t'.s won tho t\v? lve-iiirh :! vcr i:up foi m-orlni; ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

FORMER BONDER CONVICTED IN ST. LOUIS t niilrartor and Promoter Sentenced to Penitentiary on Kinbew.lo ment Cluirxe. I \('i:S AXOTHKIt INDICTMKNT (.ill In White Slnve Onse Sheltered l?y New.ooineN Wife I'ntll She He riimo Destitute?Once F.lvod on ? hiircli Hill. Ward T"> NVwsomc, one-time resident ? ? l!ils city, is In u peck of trouble ? I West, aecord'.np to advices from si. Louis. I ii addition to (\ sentence the penitentiary for ertibezzlonicnt. Ik I* under a Federal Indictment for . alleged violation of the white slave At the same time his wife and family and the other woman nro In ? i 'tltute circumstances N'ewsome, his wife and seven chll-j dien lived here several years apo. He ] \ is then a general contractor. Tn .St. j l."Uls he is described as un architect. I'omoter and "hlph-flyer." His tlrst t .iuble originated out of his connec- - t >n with a promotion scheme, and he ( ? .us week entered a plea of guilty to j ? i charife of converting? to his own use ? ? check for ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

ftsr* c snatch PRICE FIVE CENTS Forced to Spend Centuries Be fore Political and Intellectual Union Is Created. OUTSTRIPPED BY OTHERS Defense of the Empire Made by One of Its Prominent Writers. ! 1 fi I to ')'? < Tin:' -1 >b p:it< I) j HI .111.IN, I i lii .1 :iry A ?:?? ? m;? II wi lt?-r, w 1 ? ? ? ? n.iMi?? is- Unou'n tiio \v<tI(1 over, lias j isl s? nt mi a 1 ? -?t?-1* in wliiili ? ?? <|i plot ? - wli>t h> ? a 1 i- ili- urowini: iialrri.l ai-'alli.t 'iiiinai.v III 11? I' 1111 ? 'I .stali s, hi <1 hit'' asU'd ii i to ^ivi- my Aini-rlrnn i < a'J? i h an i?lca of what a iypii-al ? ??-itnaii. s'lir t ? 1 y trii-s to l>i:;t ami iinl. <I, tlilnlts of t h< ? i'-rma n ?-a iim Win ii I <!' i-lar ? (I in . If ploayid to iii> M? and ask>-d t'ii:l t< p? J i? ? ? ir.i- to llif'lltnin lii- 11 a i. i ? l.i i?i.? I - words moi i- u ? I l 111. Ii i ? r< I I t li i t i ll - u in - i-lain'i>- i'l not . iT1 ? ? 111111 tn do so. A tni ii-n iruli i&g...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

LEAF TOBACCO STORIES FROM ALL IRE MARKETS The Wcwl (iriiw ii in Uroii^lii Vcar lielug Sold Itapidly? I'iiiIs and Figure*. si \.( rui:i> <;o(M)s i.mimiovim; Tin* Bright .Markets ll??l?Ifitjt; I'p Well?Kuniiiciiii Shipments Itoinu Held I'p?Win* Causes Consider able Trouble. There is I > 111 I i 11 ciiatiK*' iii tin' in. ? < > ir.i of \ 'kmm.i mil tiio i '.iri? .is. as ? i>- l<-?| in tin- lose 1? .> T inai ? Mtv fo th? :>.ist wi ck. it is 11 u?' Hint mm i f tl>> markets r? j?c>11 inot-eased nnipts, ?.iit tli<'\ .ii.' i ??( mi\ lamely :u ? . :i !!.?? flKiltos offered l?y ? " !.? u i ? i 1 :i \ ? -!ii? W II II > ? -> ti? *?*i i.il a'Kii! < i Tliv K ? ???in! Mil lit-i w as fairly will ?-\I; ? I ?.: ? I i with 1 111' Mill-. Ill Oil st(>i k. atril ? tS 5* 'ft cln k s'np |i ? i;r."n'> Th" sua-<-ili- ii i-ITo: Inns ,i'i> -lint' i alu.ut threi - ?( larters of .1 :? 111 imi i"HiIs, a ail . n -mno of tlio s.ih s il.i t !?? <i i.iiiiy...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

FRIGES ON EXCHANGE GO TO NEW LOW EEVEES; Sudden Itrcnk ('mm**. In Karly Dciil* ? inns, Willi Partial Iterov later. sri:< iAi/ni:s *\i:i.; sri fi:ki:kk 1 ? loldiM'-s , and Dealers in ScrurHlt's; llavv M?s| Discouraging J Outside Hu.viim I*. I'VlKlilvncd Away l?y hack of Snp|>?>i*t. in t? \s u m.i.. N"?:\V Yf >I(K, F?*liriuir-v '?> I'l I. .?? mi II.?? >*'?M?*k Rxf)i;iiii;" ?? pohit ?? t 11 ori' \u :h<* ortrly ?h*alitirs t?? -lav. ? i?r \ lui1. 111 r???v to t|,, l?-\ ?? I >A| f . ? '>*? t Ip? drop. sui?|i<:t I tl< vcI(i|mmI v i I >1 a I illv * tho i lojo* th il r? <iu? ???! t ?i?? p?-.s*s i*i many Nstion t O 11 tlolls. <*o:?| Mrr l<> \MT<' )i* i vv. V :ii!?vv 'ou< hlrt? 311*Itt?t !'i! ivi 1 f May. and t llfij; hohiw \: Ital 11 ;iiori* .net 'I'll. 21.irti! th** ??!!?' ial ?ninlMfiifn Ii* ?mr!cnh!y mltd i?**Mh?i h:?v ?-?i? flu* ? on , Mlnptlot) of to a d?*r r#M? t > ?. i v 'vil! a! '???t If bus In ' ii a had niri??T >**r ?.:;thr...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

jRirfjmoml Cinicjrflisimtd) TltK Tl>li:s, Knumlrtl INNS Tin: UIM'A'I'l'll, lountl.-.l IS.M) I'lilillnlinl rvcry tiny In thr yrnr l?y Tlir Tlmm. Dlapnlfli l'iilitl?lilii? Cnni|iiiny, Inc. Aililrrim til! romaKWtilrnlloiiii lit Till'. TI.MCS - Ttmr*-I)U|inti'li llnflilliiK. Mt South 'leuHi Siri'rl, IIli-linioml. In. TKi.r.rnoM:. n.wnoi.ni i I'll I- hen I Inn OWrc . . . Ml South IVnlli >?lrrrl Soillli It If liuionil In?(i Hull Slrrrl I'l-lrrwImrK lull .Vorlli Sjciuimrr Slrrrl l.j nchlMiTK iMS i:it;litli Mr?'*i II A Ml HOOK, jTimV A IIIIOOK S, INC.. !?prcliil Ailvrrtlnln, !{(]irrNrntiillvrii. \ ?? Vork -oo Fifth A vrnur I'li I In drlpli In Uiitmil I.Iff tilliliiif; Clill'lIKO X*f <l|lltt*M <??* llllllt""Z M II.M IlirTIO V It ATKS ll\ MAIIi, One* Mi Thrrr Our PO.nTAUK I'A III Vrnr. >lo.?i. M n. Mo. : Dnllt miri Sunt! ay... .J?I5 (Ml J!l mi $ I. Till S Dnlly only 4 HO 2.<111 I (><> .;l~ Smiilny unljr Ji.oo 1 do .BO .? lit Tlnirw-DlnpnO'h Cntrler Drill fry Srrvlrf...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES Gideon and the Three Hundred Sermon by m-:v n,ovi) w. tonkins. 11 ?IiiiIkcm, v||. Wo hnvi> Keen liow Clod vailed t)iim NIioi'Ti,10 ,lc'lvcr ,,i? I""ple from . Ml'llanltes. And now to-day wo have tin. Htirrinn story of how lie did of , ,' r rr' 11,0 . hapten l.L . ook ?r J*"??<-??; it is MO inspir iiK.-n'i1 iT? r"" "f CJi.leoil Pl.t.od himself under Hods direction iost W'"H I'imself and never K' , ?W" ln','vl?t?i?Uly. So manv ' M'l- have an idea that when Coj ? ** 'J,'rHonality Is lost. ?? al ?1 *',c reverse; we only find our i nl . tonality when we place our an0 ask to ! It ions ?"r t,,OUBht? ?"?' words ami The first tiling for Oldeon to do was them to5#*iI! :'r",y- Aml H" ??ro?iKht 1 tOf,cthei ? a cereal body of 32,U0Q Hut the l,ord Haiti: 'There at .. i ?i fr..? iany \ V?"- K, t u'os,i who a t ?? ' raid ko back." Ami 22,000 of them m- ri ;4W.a-v- (:?uraKe is not a verv ! marked characteristic of humanltv y.'t 1 nenTor 'T be t"? "eV"re our'j...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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