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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

JIMMY Brinjv; Mamma a Beautiful New Hat. Copyrighted, 1915. by 9'ar Company. Great Britain nigliU n??#rve<J. PAPA Tl?LEf'HONED 'THAT HI". WANTS "fou ANV.' BAtJV lb ME.f1 Him AT the CORNER- OF Main l>t 'OIM^Y.THIS is MAMMAE BIRTH DAY. I want You To Take: homo: a hat / that i'm going to OBi ( HAN/trl to GC 5EVLXAL PLACED ON THE WAV) V HOME:* , <Y nalg.LL.rns PRETTY STEEP 3uT l guess WE'LL H'WETO , T*M<E ?T." i J "take it RIGHT ^ MOME.OIMMY-! " ?7 IS HAT 7-AT MADAME. YouP WIFE she RAX/E". /M300T -so wild! DYrC MIND VVAT1N' 'TiLI TER ASKEJ? Y^s PAP/\ GEDT QUID* "iD\r> YOH SEE v ^rHATf" -n?r" ^ ri? You W/KfCH ME | this TlMS. KIDS SOMETHIU'LL be TX)\tN' i" r~ I PA\dt JX)t B|LL>-> vohce amdt \ vunt PAV IDT AGAIN\ " . fSXuCS Yer hat box.! AT? YOU geo OU IDT TOO* look W/HERE BABY'S Gar TO aw gwan - AM-soo- hoo-lT mu5ta RO^LE-p off !M D STREET am"TfHEN oh! OH! boo-hoo DfD You GET THE ? > SH.-h-hhh YOU V-L wake o )mmy .Mm lodkut hat! IVI Gonna Go -V.vay J-Rom f 'ERcA " ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Snookums Wasn't a Bit Worried, But His Fond Parents Were Somewhat Upset Copyrighted, 1915, by the Si*r Company. Great llrluln Righto Itosorred. ~r/\-ta! love y- we will c>e tiack in a little e>TE - e>te: shook ut^'b ?>$ h^ve a rs\ce time.' ISN'T THI'b fine - bm3x d^kruirsc?; vnn ron L\ke the horses do: 1 found him (u in the snow all" alonet ALL alone? heaven s 50methinc, ha*s happened to lovey! cracious! its the newly weds bac>x: what ? is he doinc \ ?i ALL alone ? : bhookumt) he'b COME! s\r - mt HUS&and 1 st is lost or some- j/^ ?% THINC.-1 want j<r- ^ THE whole force to ^ 1 look fof? ^ \V<'?, him! _j ? better <*rr he looks LIKE a e>lood hound fcv^v^ i dovex! \ ;few f no one Kirs sa^f an^thin<cj ac?\\nst the s hiocville police: ZJrs-s*-"- -j oh! DEAR - i never WANT to have an other bcw^e l.\ke that! 1 ? o tou reall-v nussed me as much as xoo WOULD c>a^x? tctzzcc^-^a a a r a c *> ? 0, ?SSpL /w^cirhu^

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

<1 You better- goI, out to the barmn AN' SEE That maup S 16 COMFOB.tapue | for The Might, $i r While i finishJ I PtELItf- THESE..T VAPPleV.j^ n (74 6 EE ThWvi /5TARTEP 50MHTHIKG \TH?Y CALL A cabaret poyt^ {To the VILLAGE MUST ?E x $gME KiMPl Our Friend Si Almost Became Best Man Viterapt"/ at the Wedding. Society;/ HAPPY HOOLIGAN Copyrighted. HI6. by. the 8Ur Cotapaor. Great Britain flights It?*er??d. POKE THA-r'5 \| ^ 5oH>JLY A"F{rtE^ \ i9ea. 6I 1^7 < AA mam OT / 5To iJTY- \ ^ V character.A rYoU GIVE. me a Fierce paiN. AS You HAVEHT 5EM5E EKOUCtH \To FlNp a 5e5t/~* t man I'LL go < / ~ >A \ WITH you ANpk LAS\< $t 51-ocun? GEtsiT5?/ 0UKE WAVHVT$] \5AY a TBWr1^ N^/01pf? TQ^ ImTTIr^Cr Lma^ Hoon'cA^ifS vNEEPS>A 0E5?TJ|nJ \hAK f?r "fUfc ?r ? EPPii^G, zl ^t^ANPv 5TeA\>Y,toAUP, a gooe>y ^Tbv3\ IIYoutc? t lUOOK. ^ vr ov^tc /"TAKfe That,1^ You A55A56iMl WRM' ? -Trnr df * v| ? w j$#k u& Jfe .'i , ( i?. -\ ? ' ??V '^': O 4fe ^?rbr-'\ VvM., -W j; ^V^'Vk^.vn. U';'*,...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Sunday, fftrury 21. m-SSSrS. i' last Scotti, the bachelor baritone, is to be married. *? V, The public that has been mysti fied and 'disheartened by the failure of his many attempts, and has sympathized with him In those repeated failures, is sending him a flood of congratulations. "Good old boy. You've done it at last." "Guess you'vo read the Htory of Robert Bruce and his spider that tried seventy-seven times be fore success." "There's as good fish in the sea as over slipped off your hook." To all of which Scotti. the long term bachelor, sends affable replies. He can afford to tolerate familiarities at this time, for he knows that all the world is Interested in a lover, especially if that lover has been singing for it for a quarter of a century. And most of all if the lover has had a particularly hard time in all those years trying to win one bride after another. Not among the queens of grand opera though, but in the realms of modest vau deville has the distinguished grand opera si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

. j\ 1 if x * . i, ' v>< G SOLDIER Lady, trig and spry, Grace Darling fain \v6uld be,V . Bo hied her, tiniartly guarded, to our Soldier Factory. V. v West Point Oadets, "eyes front, chins in," gave her & sad surprise; x Though Grace was at her prettiest, they never turned their eyes. They drilled like mere machines and never looked around Till Grace, all headless of the Rules, danced out upon the ground. She danced, she sang, Cadets joined in, tho Sergeant raved in vain; The other girls soon following Qraoe, each had a Oadet swain. The band took up Grace Darling's tune?you'll find it on thia page; It rang so true that e'en the Sergeant soon forgot his rage. Intro. Moderato Hark! hear the mus - ic c'all-ing Oh! hear those bug-Jes play-ing r r join them too See how their ri - fles and their to my feel The march-ing call just makes me '1 he stars a-bove me! If you love me! Let me fall ?n The bug-les call-in' Fall'in! Fall in! Oh! I love it sab - res shine wild to go Copyright...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

The Difference Between British and German Militarism By Anthony Hope I CAME acTOSB, the other day, two articles In tho American press which seem to mo to deserve some examination by both British and American students of the present situation. The writer (for we may, I think, as sume a common authorship of the two arti cles) presents himself as a partisan neither of Germany nor of Great Britain; rather lie ar raigns both on the sapie charge and pro nounces against both the same condemnation. This he does as an Americau and In the in terests of America. Ho is entitled, then, to a hearing both from America and from the friends of America. The former muBt con sider her interests, the latter must Bearch their consciences. He puts his thesis bluntly and without reservations. "There Is no distinction to bs made between German militarism and British militarism." if "Belf-iuterest and self-preser vation required tho nations to band together against German military aggression, the rame compel...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

For What Poets and Philosophers Agree Is Her Most Precious Possession, a Court Has Now Fixed the Record Cash Value of $116,000 Miss riizabeth Leona Garmong, Winner of the Record Court Award for Breach of Promise?$116,000 PLACING a cash value upon the hearts of women is one of the re finements of modern civilization. Prior to the First Crusade and the advent of t lie Troubadours?wlio were true lovers as well as poets and singers? the idea of a woman's heart having the quality of a material asset would have been laughed to scorn. Women were simply the chattels of their male possess ors, and if their hearts did not enter into the bargain, so much the worse for them. Nowadays every fair-minded person is free 10 admit that the neart of the average ?woman is her mo9l precious possession. Marriage Is the vocation of her iirst choice, and?except in comparatively rare in stances?she will marry only where she places her love. It is an affair of the heart, and when she has given her heart she ...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Did the War Cause the Italian Earthquake? "The Explosion of Mines, Torpedoes, Mortars and Guns Develops Reactive Forces on the Ground Which Are Measured in Thousands of Tons and Make Themselves Felt all Over the Globe. If the Concussions Happen to Be Properly Timed Their Combined Action Could Start Tectonic Adjustments in Any Part of the Earth and the Italian Calamity May Thus Have Been the Result of Explosions in France," Mr. Tesla Declares. By Mr. NiKola Tesla The Distinguished Scientist, Electrical Expert and. Inventor. VBRY living being Is an engine geared to the wbeelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by Its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to inttnito distance. There In no con stellation or nebula, no sun or planet, in all ilte depths of limitless space, no passing wan derer of the starry heavens, that doeB not ".xercise some control over its destiny?not in the vague and delusive sense of astrology, but in the rigid and positive...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

A Millionaire^Collede for Dog j leuthr" Extraordinary Methods by Which Dogs Are Trained Into "Super-Police," Life Savers and Burglar Alarms as a Rich Man's Hobby IN TIli'.SK DAYS <>f c'amor for greater f-ftici'?:)?> in almost rvrrv walk of life in the in Jus'r.a I world. in the office. in tho homo. iii the school, in the piny ground. ov? n in ihe |?.11;.it- it is not stranve thnt some oiio should have a t1 pni*,?t o<l to secure greater of flcioncx in (ho dog world. That is jn-t what lia boon done by I' II I hroop, a millionaire dnu love;-, a; I)'.- Kimviow I'atni, at Scrainoi . I'a Mr. 'I hroop lias o< ;.?;, lished a college for the development of dog "sleuths" ??>ul :.i.i . - th< in stitution ii iprin cipal hobby. Ills object i:= t ) turn out the most ? t ticioni dogs ever br- 1 11 " l,t..y pliys ?rally, hut mentally. and . on ? of tno graduates & "the- iKlmview l>ou ?'ol li'Cf c< r;a1n!*y demonstrate tho f.as i:ii 1 it; of tho higher odueation tor do...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

Mr. Irwin and His Jap Valet. WALLACE IRWIN'S chief claim to fame is his authorship of the letters of the Japanese boy, Hashimura Togs, which have convulsed his paler face readers for years. Irwin will long be remem bered for adding this distinct and delicious novelty to America's library of wit and humor. No form of humor is more delightful than the dialect form, but it is ab60luteiy the most difficult to handle. But what F. P. Dunne has done with the Irish, George V. Hobart with the German. T. A. Daly with the Italian. William Drumrrronti with tne Canadian French, Wallace Irwin has done with the Japanese, and has done it as no one ever even attempted to do. Before he created Togo he got a name for himself in the humorous and permissible use of slang as remem bered in "The Love Sonnets of a Hoodlum." In fact, Irwin has proven himself a very versatile purveyor of humor, and he is still at it. His Togo letters appear each month in Good Housekeeping Magazine. The writer dropped in to s...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 February 1915

The Bible Account of Sheba's Visit to Solomon with Gifts of Gold and Precious Stones 1. Kings, 10?/, 2, 10. And when the Queen of Sheba heard of the fame oj Solomon con cerning the name of the Lord, she came to prove him zvith hard questions. And she came to Jerusalem with a very great train, with camels that bare spices, and very much gold, and precious stones l|e sj; And she gavt the king an hundred und twenty talents of gold, and of spices very great store. and precious stones * * * * The Queen of Sheba's Visit to King Solomon?From the Celebrated Painting by Sir E. J. Poynter, of the Royal Aeademy. Could the Curious Twin-Diamond Eardrops Held at the New York Custom House, Actually Have Been Worn by the Ancient Oueen When She Visited Kins Solomon ? IN a safe at the New York Custom House repose two crudely rut, unset diamonds which tradition says once belonged to the Queen of Sheba. Officially, the Collector of the Port is not interested in tradi tions. lie is holding the diamonds ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

THAT LOST ARTICLE li Important rnough to udTer tlrer In the WkdI Colunmn If Im portant enough to worry nhout. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth YEAR V01.VM0 ?a ?VI'MIIKIl .13 THIS IS THE SEASON XThen your Ihouuht* turn to the country home. fry n Wnnt Ad. to IKiU the liJrnl plaee. THE TIMES-DISPATCH WKATHKIl VAtiK :? CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS IN SIX-DAY RACE WITH MONEY BILLS I Senate Must Dispose of Supply Measures at Rate of Nearly $100,000,000 a Day. FOURTEEN TO BE ACTED ON Death of Other Legislation, In cluding Philippine Indepen dence, Probable. WASH(NGTON, February 21.?Con gress net* out to-morrow on a six-day race with tho waiting arrny of ap propriation bills. Tho .Sonnto must dispose of tho ^ig nuppfy measure* at tho rate of nearly $100,000,000 a clay. If. according to agreement, among the leaders, 'It Is to bring tho ship-purchase bill from the conference closet on February 27 | to debate It until Mnrch I. In the House tho crush of the appro priation bills Is over, but the f-'enato still h...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

Russians Report German Offensive in East is Checked officials believed on this a claim for dnmnK<?s against Germany might be based by tho American owners. As the Evelyn was Insured by th?j 1'nlted States War Risk Insurance Bureau, and is the first vessel lost that had been covered by Rovcrnnient In surance. an Interesting precedent In International law may prow out of the proceedings. OIKRICAX STKAMKH SVNK UY SUNK IN .\OHTIl SIC A HKKMEN (via London). February 21 <7:40 P. M.?.?The American steamer Kvclyn. which sailed from New Vork on January 2f>. with n cotton cariro for Hremeti, was sunk by a mine yes terday off Horkutn Island. In the North Se:.. The vessel's captain and twenty seven of her crew wore saved. The nationality of tlio mine which destroyed the Evelyn has not been es i :>bit?hed The Evelyn is the first American ves sel to meet with disaster ns a result of the sea warfare of the European nations. She did riot sink within the war rone Included In the German ad...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

BISV GIRL ABANDONED ! TO CARE OF STRANGERS j I'laecd in llasket and I^?;ft iu I*ane j Leading to Residence of T. U. Ilud^lns. I'OliICK AT WOK It ON CASE Automobile In Seen Going to Spot ' Where Child Is Found; Then Speeds Away?Occupants Are Con- | cealed hv Drurtn Curtains. [Special to The Tim os -1 dsjm I eh. i I'K'i'LCIisr.t'ltii, VA? February 21.? A white girl infant, apparently between one ami two weeks old, was found la?t night In a basket in a lam* leading from the residence of T. It. Iludglns to ilm public road, at the western oorpo-, rate limits. An automobile was s*-on to drive to the spot, stop :i brief while j and then move away. Nothing was' thought of tliis at the time, ami not until shortly before 'J o'clock the hah)*! was foun-.l anil taken into th** home of ( Mr. lludglns, whore she is being ten-j ?lorly cared for. The babe was com-| fortahly wrapped in good clothing, hot-) lie of hot water kop". nor warm, and liotllo of milk were prepared for food. | In n?*at han>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

Useful \\ J 1 I J Ethical Hints Woman and riome Talks I he Morning Story I'OWDKIl AM) PATCH. By Hope Almlrr. "Vou'll look too pratty for words with yottr hair powdered nnd with a fetching patch beneath your eye. dear." said Mrs. Mell<*lge, affectionately. ? 'orinne UotiK lauRltted. "Flateret "Not at all, Cnrlnne. It Is true and It will solve the difficultv of the grand ) march for us wonderfully. Mrs. Ham- i Is to sot a man, ami I was to ask If you woufd lend it Kvery one is to ] wear Colonial costume and you and , \ our partner arc to ho exact replicas of j tJeortce and Martha Washington!" It sounds attractive, hut why nsli ( :< poor little unknown dancinn tench i r ?o lend your march when you have) .so 11? :iii> popular members la your I <>w " I'.omc clul*?" ".Ic;(lousy! Wo <couldn't select thai one couple to lead it without incur-I >uiu disolcatsure, :utd so w? decided j thai I was to ask some girl?prefer-' ably i danclntr teacher who would | kidh lio? to lea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS CAROtlND SQUAD WOBKS ! HIRB III SPITE OF COLD! 1 Captuiu Lawrence Woodall Rapidly j Hounding Tarheels Into Shape. ! CANDIDATES ARE PLBXTIPUlJ Full Month Before Season Opens' l^nds rtauohall Squad Cavorting! on Rail l^ot?Pluy Oak Hidge on March II) at Chapel Hill. '-'IIAPEIi HILL, February 20.? Dally i preparation for the opening gain'e with ""k Ridge institute on March lit?a month distant?1h the enfurcittl order on ''arollna's diamond. While (."onch "'"hick" Doak In Journeying up ami down Virginia with tho basketball ag gregation, the baHcball squad that he ; will direct Is rout/dins: Into shape nn- ' d?-r the direction of Captain l.aurencoj Woodall. furlng th? cob] snap of weather In which the sideline enthusiasts nought ! overcoats ami woolen sweaters, tho can-' '(idales displayed their Imseball fervor! in donning Halts of thinly-woven goods, j left-overs from amateur summer bane-1 hall (cams, ami suits Inherited from | form...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

jxirljmom! Cime?-piftMtc!j VHK TPIKS. Founded 1SJW Tin: IHM'ATill. lonmlril 1NS0 Ptilillnlied ri pry dny In the yenr liy The Tlnif*> f)l*|inlHi I'uIiIInIiI rig; Coin puny. Inc. Aildre** nil rn tun; xii I on t Ion m ?o Till. TI M US - I) lSI'ATt 11, 'I'Iibm-I >l?|in tcli lliillilliiK, 10 Sou III 'I't'ii Hi Street, lllcli moml, \ ii. itwnoi.rn 1 Pnhltrnllun OfTloe 10 South Tenth Street Sou III l<Iclimoiiil Hi-<> Hull Street J*efer*liiir?t 100 \orll? Syeiimore Street Ljiii'liliuri; IMS i:iulnh Sireoi HAMIItOOix, STOIIV iY HltOOKS, I>T? Spei'lnl A<1 vprll.*ln;. Kejirenentnliven. ?tt ^ orU IMfth Avenue I'lil In <le lii Ii In . .. Mil tun I l.lfe I'ulldliiK tlili'iiK" I'roplc'n tin* llullt!!**;: SI?||?rillPTU).\ IIATI'A IM M Ml,, One Sl? Three One fox TAI.I-. I'A 11) Venr. Mow. .11 *. Mo. Unlly nnd Simdny . .. .50.00 W OO $1 ,10 S Dully mily 4 Oil ".Oil 1 uO .US Stiuiliii onli ... 1' Urt I 00 .KO i III Tlmro-DKpnti'h lorrler Deliver* Servlee In II fclitiiouil i ii ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

DR. CHARLES W. KENT 1NILL SPEAK IN (INTER PARK Well-Known University Professor to Address Woinun's Club on March ?. MISS BLAIR ON BELGIAN AIIT Airs. John G. Corley Gives Musical Kntertalnment for Grandchildren ?>f the Confederacy?.Many Meet ings of Interest to Women. Mlsn Kiizabeth Mebnno Taylor, who lias been the recent Kucnt of Miss Jen nie Knox, fn Atlanta, whore f?ho was much entertains']. is now vlsltim? friends In Thomasvlile. Oa. Hater on Miss Taylor will ko to Jacksonville,, l-'la., where she will spend some time with lelatlves, returning tu Richmond ! about A|irtl 1. | Mr. Kent to .llukr Address. O'lti of the loafllntc events of the] sprltu; season will l?o th" address to j he given by Dr. Charlfm W. Kent, of | ?lie 1'nlverslty of Virginia, before the] tiemhers of the (.Sinter Park Woman's ?'tub and their iruestK on the afternoon <?.* March 3 .Mr::. Robert M. Kent Is ? halrman of the afternoon and will introduce tho speaker. Or. Kent Is one >>f the most distingu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All lii(](>lrlr? nn<3 commantcattoon nddre??ed to The Tlntrn-Dlnpntcb Mill receive prompt nttentlon. Thin dtimrtinrat will npprnr euch .'HoimIuy, mid contribution* or miKKentlonn will he welcomed. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poaltry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers BRIEF NOTES THOUGHT OUT BY THE WAYSIDE Animal husbandry belongrs to evory sound system of farming. "Wo are prowlng too little and buy ing too much of both feeds and fer tiliser. A home watered the last thing at night and the first thltiK In the morn Ir.g Is not going to take too mxtch. Jardinieres in which water Is nl lowed t" stand make pood graves for house plants. Keep them free of water If you want healthy plants Many farm horses get more hnv than 1? good for them It is a poor plan to keep their feed ra<ks or manger full of hay all the tlniv If you are goln...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 February 1915

jRirfommii Cimes-flispatrlj; SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR. I 1 ADMITTEDLY the KKST MKDIUM IN the SOUTH FOK CI..A8S IKIED advertising. VEtKPnONK WANTS TO THK TIM Kb-Uli*PATCH BANDOLt'li 1 I UANDOI.PIl WANT AJO. nATKS. HAII.y, t>no cent r *:ril , ?.? n pal>l tn ?<!? i No i?<t. If i'.'li >or I:bm thon 10 t:?nt?. HMUY, one anil <>iln-hnlf cetH* a vort! for ? ?I clarnlflud fid9. esurjit SHuitllani Wnntfl ??*. oco ici.t u wjra. No utl takou tor K*?? 'Hhii 1ft cent*. NO AOS. thUon for '.???? than M cents nrhito charged c: phoned !n. Phoned ord*r? not ruaruntefel. OaAi-lflcutlc its *.'Ot gu.n J *ti*r V:M t*. K, I>C.\T!i;s. IMcaper.?Died, Kntui'rinv morning. Mlty JAM-: ! >HA I'l-'i'. I'uii?t;il II A. M. .M'.NDAV iit Under lahcr Woody'h pallors. \V I l.l. IA .M S l'i>'!, suddenly, Sunday iii 7 at Ih.t residence, mi* North Fifth Sti?*. i. .MItS iil.I/.AHETII W ILUA.MS. Kuiicriil notice Intel JOIIXSTONB I >1 ? ? i. Sunday. February -i. i?*ir?. .it 7 r*. m . at in ii-si<i...

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