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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 22 February 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to advertlae your mnti? nhrlhfr you dritrt to bay or aril?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA? MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1915. MARTHA WESTOVER will help you Molve your dally food problrmn It you read (ho Woi?uii*m I'axe THE TIMES-DISPATCH Season's Showing of Corsets! This week, all careful dressers will be interested in attending our special new showing of AMERICAN LADY CORSETS. Smart styles in modish models for all figures, slender, medium and stout, are on exhibition. You are most cordially invited to ask to see the latest designs in the very correct American Lady Corsets. And very new they must be, for only last week was this fine make added to the Miller & Rhoads Corset list?a worthy addition in every sense. Your particular model awaits you, so why not take this opportunity of securing a perfect fitting Corset, and obtain the correct foundation for the season's gown? Prices $1.00 to $3.00 Be sure that you insist upon getting "your" model. We have it, we are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS IT Inrnlrulnlilf vnlur tnuy be found dully In the black nml white Hkfti'licn uu the Wuuino'ii l'uuvTHE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR THE PLACE TO BOARD f?? en?lljr be determined hy putting n f it'll Ad. I:t the rlnoMltlrd cnluninn of THE TIMES-DISPATCH ? UNSETTLED PRESIDENT NAMES ! NEW TRADE BODY Nominations of Davics, Hurley, Harris, Parry and Rublce Sent to Congress. SOME OPPOSITION EXPECTED Three Democrats, One Progressive Republican and One Progressive on Commission. WABITIN'OTON*. February 22 ? President Wilson to-day, five months after the enactment of fhe Federal Trade Commission law, sent to the Semite for '?onflrmatlon tin- names of the five members to constitute that commission. Whether nominations ran he confirmed by March 4 was regarded as problematical anions Senators to-day, In view of opposition by Individual Senators to some of the men named. Th'i three Democrats appointed by the President are: Joseph 10 Davlos, Madison. Wis., to serve seven years; Edwa...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

Russian Forces Suffer Severe Defeat dfveloplnfr on Russian soil to demonstrate whether this view is correct. In tho Carpathians the armies cf ltussia and Austria retrain bwayintc, as H were, in tho K?t?wav of Hungary. In the western war zone. It is kIvo and take, with the loss or Rain of a few yards of trenches. Tiie otlicial | reports make the usual claims. two i;t:u>t\\ si iim uiiVKs o\i:ki>ii: AT ct MIAVKX LONDON, February <8:45 1' M ). ?A dispatch from Amsterdam to the Kxchantje '!'? h'?.iaph Company says reports from the lierman frontier statu much uneasiness exists at tho Herman fortified seaport, Ouxhaveti. concerning two larir" submarines, which have not returned to th. lr bas> The undersea boats are said to he two days overdue, atul It Is feared they have been destro>ed t.KIOIA.N >1 IIM MIIM'.S lit ii. i i \ ni:I;11 >1 AMSTERDAM. February "2 ivla I.on- ? ? ion. !' 4I' M.i The Nlenw Rotterdamsche Co...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY IS GENERALLY OBSERVED President Wilson Attends Kxcrcises Under Auspices of Patriotic Societies. HOLIDAY AT NATION'S CAPITAL Ambassador Thomas Nelson Pane, in Koine, (ilvos Reception to Americans in Honor of Anniversary Kxerciscs in New York and Paris. WASH INC. TON*. February 22. ? ?Scor^e Washington's blrtli anniversary wan cclohrnli'il to-day in every department at the Capital. President Wilson attended exercises under tlii' auspices of tlx' DauKhters of tin- American Revolution. llie Sons of the Revolution, and the Sons of the American Uevolutlon, and while he was an interested listener for two hours, he did not make an address. Senator Townsend was the principal speaker there. Washington's farewell address was read in the Senate by Senator Hoot, and In the House by Representative ? iarrett. All tin; executive departments were closed thomas \i:i.so\ I'Atii-: HOST AT ItKCKPTfu.X Itn.MK. February L'2 (11:30 1*. M ).? Tile American ambassador, Thomas .\&amp...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

ARREST THREATENED, ? NEGRO KILLS HIMSELF ?Jl SIxtcen-Yenr-Old Hoy Commits Sulfide- lint tier Than Fart? Mother of Youth lie Heat. W. O. T. U. HOLDS MINTING Midyear Conference Opens In I'etershvirfr, and Will "lie in Session for Three Days?Many Delegates Are in Attendance?Address hy Mann. [Special in Tho Tlines-Dlspntoh.] I'KTKItSHUI'.C. VA.. February 2'^.'icoi(?c fox, u I'olnicil youth of sixteen years, son r>t Charles Cox. a vvortliv IMnwIddlc farmer, committed kiiIcI'Io :tt his homo in that cuiiiitv <>n Sunday morning hy shootiiitr himself throuah tin- head. Tho case wa:j a peculiar one. '?n Saturday ni^-hl. while rclurnliu: with somo boy comminions from J. IC. j i'erklnson's store at Marmora. * lie you tli wot Into a personal illtllcultv with 0110 of Ills companions. and It Is said, handled him ijult" rouKhly. Tlio j mother of the hitter sent word to tlie , father of the Cox bov thai she Intended to have <?<'ni};e arrested fo...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

jRidunoiui (Ehnc^-P&patrl) Tin: TIM KS, Knu nil rrt 18SS Tin: lUSI'ATfll. Koundert 1S50 I'liMlihul e^erj iln> Iri fhr yrnr tiy The Tlme?I'nhllshinK l"o?n|?nny. Inc. Aaltlrenn nil ei>iuK"'Uile?? tloim to Till. TIM ICS - IMSl'ATCH, Tlmrn-lllkpnli'li llulldliiKi 10 South Truth Stirct, It K ImmmiiiI, Vn. i TKI.ri'IIONE, HA\nOl.l'H 1 Puhllentlon Ofllrf 10 Sooth 'IVnth Strpft , J-onth Itli-hmond lt>:?0 Hull Street . I'rtrmliurR 100 North Sjenmorc Street ' I.jin-liburt. 1?1S Kljclitlt Strict H.YSIlKOOlv, sTOKY Av IHtOOKS, I JVC., Spfrlal A<lvfrtl?lii, tteprracntatlrri. Vnrl? 2iKl Fifth Avenue I'Mlndriphln. Mntmil U(f r'ullJiiiR Chlcnco i'tiiplf'ii linn Bull-'"'* -c srnsi'HiPTiox hates IIV M \ II.. One SU Three One I'OSTA'? I I'AllJ Venr. Mm. M >u. Mo. Hull > nml sunila j-. .. . S*f> Oil IMt Sl.ftO ? ilttilv nn'j. 4 Ofl 2 ?HI l.tHI .3S Sumin.' onij . ... . . 2 Oil 1 IH? .AO .?j I!y I !n;r?-I)l?!pnt&...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

MISS MONTAGUE GUEST 1 AT ANNAPOLIS ACM!; Daughter of ConKreftsinun From This ! District Kntertulned by Naval Oflicer. 1>. A. It. AN MA I, IjUNGIIKOX j A. P. Gagge, of Sweden, to Lecture on Swedish Art at Art Club of Kicliniond This Afternoon?Attend Soutlieru Society Hall In N. V. Miss Janet Montague, tlic debutante 'laughter of Congressman and Mrs;. Andrew Jackson Muntaxue, Is the guest "f Medical Director James Q. l'leiil, l nlted States Navy, and Mrs. Field , at the Naval Hospital In Annapolis, Md., this week. Miss Montague, who made her formal how to society, hero at the first "Monday" german In December, has been residing In Washington for the past month, where Congressman and Mrs. Montague have ' taken an apartment for the remain- j der of th<* soason. lirlurii!) From (lie \ortli. Mrs. C. C. Mortofi, who has been! spending some time In New York City an the guest of her daughtor. Mrs. Mary?, has returned to her apartment In the Chesterfield. Mrs. Morton lia...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS DDI PICKS UP TINIER WITH SAND-LOT RECORD "T.rfty" Ihitican, Promising; Haiti isioro \ui?t?Mir, Will Ho (iiven Tnmn Willi \ iruinians. oiim:u tuns aki: actim: Hill fljinri', of Hisnns, May Tit* (.iiv?mi Charge of Skeeters?Work <?n I .< m';i I Hall (irnuiuls Started in AbsriiiT of IMinn. Vi\?oes 'roii \"Irtiitii:? 11 hend-i lartcrs \ -ij y koi'" nvapre. 1'crimps tli?? i t ir:r. -rstii i ??"'m parnered during !'? i! ? y w.-? t announcement that .1 . ? 1 f;. ? ii h i '1 si ? tied I 'i t clier lv.' n. oi l <>f the host twlrli- Halt k.oi'i' amateur ranks last .??> . on. Ar:t 11.. t drihlft is to tho effect 11 ? Ktil)"'' Mt a 'low the St Joseph's : ? ? i, : t ?.!??.f-1 down all-professional i i1 is puttii !.?. to rest the rumor i !t 1 ? v ? uld he to*eti in a Richmond (>? i ?? to ? 111? ? sprinc training s?a- \ th Will l>unn. the tfroumlice. per. Iii! not sh...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

SOI CHMCTERISTICS OF WASHINGTON DESCRIBED Hev. Thoron II. Hlce, 1). 1)., Ddiv?! p?\s Address at John MurslMll j lil^h School. OI'KNK TERN A?E CONKEItENCR ?lohn li, Alexander and Miss Anna liranrh llinford to I .end Meetings: for lioyK and (ilrls TIiIh Afternoon ; and To-Nlj;ht. The singlnK of patriotic song*. " drill by a bevy of handsome wlr 1 a and tins address of Rov. Theron II Hlce, t l> I)., or Union Theological Seminary.' on "The .Spirit of Washington." were features of the Washington's birthday i meet 1 mk of the <J1 ?t?-r Hoys' and (Jirls Conference )i ?* 1<1 lant night fit John Marshall IHgh School. The auditorium was well tilled with visitors, and prac- ? tlcally all of the seats reserved for ! delegates and their leaders were taken. : The Interdenominational conference : of Sunday school workers began Sun- i 'lay. and will continue through next >'iiinlay. In a simple and entertaining manner Dr Itice last nlKht sketched i the lif...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

TAXPAYERS CROWD OFFICE OF REVENUE COLLECTOR Income Tax Kclnrns Mu?t lie Filetl llrfnrc March I?Some New Hulinjis. Driro \< t i i\i :m:< m i ' Physicians. Dentist*. < ?> nntl Others l.irensetl t?? ll.'?i.>..?* llabitI'orinini; Drills Mu-t File Their \aine> in t VI lector'* Otlire. Th" office r>f the Collector of Internal Revenue !? being rushed how everyday hy paye*> ?' ?? t;iv n" 1 phv,?!*lnnF d-nt'c:- .!? u _ -i< ?? ! vetorl- ? tr ? surirt ? s \ ' :h ?? iiarcot!>? tax. as prescribed by th?? Harrison drug law Yesterday, though ri holiday, found Collector Monctire1. Chief J ,0. -v T>. :* M, ? - \ ' deputies busier ihiin they hav<? been > . ? . -a ? . ? ami n.? both the ihcttmi) tax and the narcotic tax fall due on th. same day, Va: 1 ? ? . 1 t! ? ' ? ' s V? !l conip! >1 \\ ? t - _ . . , ? . . . r ... .1 their deputies the Commission...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

$icIniimft(Tnuc$-jJi$i)n!dj SIXTY - KIKTl1 YEAR. I ADMITTEDLY THE Hh'ST MEPIIJM -IN THE SOUTH KOIt CI.AS3IPIK!> AOVEKTISI*<!. IKLHI'IIOSK 1?LII WANTS TO THK TIMKS1-UlVl'ATCIi BAMJOLI Il 1 J It.t NlMlt.i'll W ANT A Ii. It A'*'5C8. OAII Y, or><> cent r. v.-ril ~ ':i pnl.l in ?< va ?>???. No n<1. <or Can tbuu W reo'i fcUN MAY, oim nnil i-fritu h tvor'S for ?il clar.tirU"l n.'a. e.xcrut Sltuiiilon* Win oil fct om a woru. Nu u'S. uih&u lur ibii thai) it cent*. NO ADM. I'.Unn tot yn tbtn 2. c?rita wlun charrf^'l c: j-Uonril in. I'hon. 01 Ifj no*. Cl'urante*'?. C.H./1. IticMtlvlia : >jt i(u.iru:it??.i ull?r ~4:Si M DEATHS. AXDKHSON ry ?l1 !> I'. .M . Ji t |u?r I'? ? i'i ? r.' ? . ? " 1 Not ' 1: Tvvcnt v-Ncviiitli StK't, MISS A I ' I A E. ANIHIKSDN, i-l.l. ( ? iui- lit '-r of | Isiti; Kcil ' i i S. ;iii<1 i. H:> A. A?" r on r'unoi ii I ai...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 23 February 1915

THE WAY TO SUCCESS *lr . frrunrntly hf found (hrouxh it Miuall nil. In lh?* dnnntiled l-olutliun ol THE TIMES-DISPATCH jKidjmonii QTime^Pi^patc^ RICHMOND, VA? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1915. MANY USEFUL HINTS relnttnar to health. hou?rh?ld ethlcnl (juration* and Innblon ? re dully on the .Vumnn't I'njje THE TIMES-DISPATCH l^c'r1"5 MHIep&RlMKSc! n'ctTns Sample Lot of Brass and White Enamel Beds OVER FIFTY MODELS, exhibited recently at a furniture exchange, which we will put on special sale this week. The sale offers the opportunity of a lifetime to secure one of these Heels at such a low price. Kcmemhcr. every Red is a sample, and every price we quote is a wonderful value! $15 T wo-Inch Continuous Post Brass Beds at $9.95 a I : .Mi/ Mr -J. /! THIS BRASS BED, popular designs, strong 2-inch continuous posts, bright or satin finish; as fine in quality as Beds that sell regularly for double the price; special $9.8^ $7.00 Other Sample Brass Beds Value .$19.00 $l>5.0o Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Inrnlculnblc vnluc mnjr he foun?l dully In (lie blurk nnil ?vbltc akrtclirN 011 (he Wumnu'N I'iirc. iti I THE TIMES-DISPATCH fficfinumd ?ntes-0i5iratcfi THE PLACE TO BOARD rna rnnlly br drt?rmln?-d by puttlnic a ( mil Ad. I:i (kr rln??lflrd column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH G5t.h YEAR WOULD TAKE CARS OFF STEEP HILLS Street Committee Recommends Rerouting Ordinance After Stormy Session. USE OLD HENRICO VIADUCT Ordinance Bitterly Opposed by Some East End Citizens and Favored by Others. Aft?r i turbulent session, lasting! nearly three hours, the Council Committee <>r> Streets l.%st night, by aj vote of i; to 2, recommended to tlio I'ouncll for passage the ordinance! granting to the Virginia Hallway and: J'ower Company temporary permission to suspend its car service on Kast Broad | Street, between Kleventh and Twenty-j fourth Streets, and to divert the cars now us'ng these tracks over other routes. I'nder the ordinance as recommended.) t...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

Si rid fourteen rivilinrs, ineludltu: one woman, were killed Nom <? s* tin* riot era also wri' killed, ami a I; i k ?? nunilur Mi::<'n?lor (1 <u' weie i-:?p? A I, I. ll\ Mill; \ !) II \TIO N >. kiui.m" i*>ii'i:noi{ now > i.irrtnai.f, from the I'mperor down. 11.? \ ? l?een )>ut on rations, so far as l.|t..il IS ' ?11' UtltMi. tin* stat?( ll'l'll l.it if * I: s ITI ;i UliP tlii- ??!< . (I HUPI-'.y Iiavihj. cnw Ir.to ?_? rt" < ( Kvery pert on in i ierinalij inusl pr. 'u ? a ad ? arti,' 1?i? -1? is u.t'l for f?>ur pounds of bread weekly, before being able '.<> make a pll r?'h:i1 . t evi:. t Kli.piior's | ?:?1 - ati' Is nffveti d by thi' order. CKKLIN, 1 t.r >? ?> : " - via la.rdon) ? 'I'll' At or. >') s'-'amr Car lb lias cono 10 the bottom off 11:'I'-rman enast in the North ??i'.i. i t a t ? suit <if tiir'kinK a m...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

NO DIRECT BRITISH AID FOR RELIEF OF BELGIUM Sir Edward Grey Rends Note Denying ltequest Made l>y American Commission. PUTB n Ij a m k on Germans Kn^lnnd Willing to Grant Monthly Subvention, Provided Germany Will Agrco to Cense Its Demands on Helium for Food and Money. liONDON, February 28.?Sir Edward Grey, British ForelEn Secretary, has directed 11 letter to Herbert C. Hoover, chairman of the American Belgian Bo11?? f Committee. declining to Rive a direct subsidy to the Commission for lie- i llof In Belgium. It 1h explained that I tills t'ouroi) has been taken because) Germany has refused to atop cash re- j 'lulsltloris In Belgium. The letter In] dnted February 22. awl says. In part: ' iJear Mr. Hoover: "Your return from Germany and the Information you have given me as to the reault of your Journey afford me J the opportunity to sum up the nego-j tlatlons which passed between th* Commission for Belief In Belgium and llis Majesty's government In reply to the various letter...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

Useful H i n t s 1 \ Ethical Talks I he i o rn- s n ?; tory I.IIM 1 :! I ? 1: rl M.'ii'klf. Tli- - i ? ? Lujjii U S. i?ct S ? ' ' ' ' : 1 ! r the |! K. r ; ?? : ? v. -I irl ..i all. - I it ? ? Fp.u-ious troutul- \n . . li li ? ? ijcsl i il : to <h?* ? li ? "f ? ? \ ? ?;? l?. i; i ... at ii:t for)ii : I... b'.-r SUIIII.V IuthI. Out ': ' ??:> " k!k? salil, i. .. r ::; . -, i: ? ? : i\ ? prop-i-t > - t ? of ? ?l?l rnari lives I ?? Miss liiUrt'pkn . t n: ??a1 .-!k sljrhcd an. I 1 ?"?!>? Mr. li,, |c>.' ??,;{(? mi, li happ, ii.? t ? ?; -J I in - ? ? .If ? ~re. u'.iiv. eomm??!".? 1 ?*aj "M h'* V, .? ... ? V ? ha-..,' More "A t: r : ft j-iph&ti r>s\ : ? ? was 1 ? < a? ill 4 sU-ivlor ' . . t .>1 ? ' / Ml 11 iflRo ? ? ? i: .? 1 is P' r:'?" My kopt . : t :.r ?ten.-- ::i ihi <;? 14 Kot. . li . . i.jno > 1 elinll . ? ' ? ? l.t'r r-?m-"V:>'i 1. it by brintrri ?? ??:...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

EH BILL REPORTED "WITHOUT PREJUDICE"' Haiti Fight Anticipated In Henato for Antijug Measure, Which Hjw Paused House. I'KKAMHIiK IS HTKICKKN OITT Joint CommlUecs on Flnanro and Hanking Vote Fnfavorablo Keport 011 Mill Providing Tor H Per Cent Interest I'nder Certain <'onditIons. (Special to The Tltncs-Pispatch.J UAMCIGII. N C.. February 23.?The Grler antljug l?lll, which has passed the House, received from the Senate Committee on Propositions and Grievances only a "without prejudice" report. An agreement to this effect was reached to-day. At the same time the committee struck from the hill the preamblo which set out as a fact that "alcohol is a narcotic poison," and specMed other alleged evil effects of dritjk. The committee had a week ago tentatively aureed to report a substitute for tho P'Udlng hill, and when the committee met Senator Gilliam lodged a motion that the committee sustain that declslon, but the committee voted r> to 1 against It. Then Senator McNe...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

SirlnnoiMinc^tepalrl) Till" TIMKS, Pon nil ed 1.SSS Tin: msrATlll, Fniimled isr.o I'lililMinl rvrrj ?tnj In the yenr lij" The Tlmm< III* po (<-h I"ul>t l*liInn I'nnipnny. Inc. Aililres* r,!l I'oiiir-'iitlontInim to Till, TPIUS ? DISI'ATt II, Tlme?-!)!i?i?nteh llullit lfi|?, Ml South Tenth Street. Hleli tnon(!, \ ii. ti;i kchom:, ihmiommi i Piiitllenlliin llfflce 10 Smith Tenth Street Sov l h 111 rli inn ml IO-0 Hull Street PeterOnirir. . 100 North Syeiitiuire Street J.v nel:li;ir:i .. "is eighth Sir'"1 HXMlllOO- ?TIIIIV <V IlllOMKS, INT., Speelnl \ ii rertlsln.. It'.'jirewentntlvcs. v >r Vnrk . 1100 I'lfth Avenue Plillniteli'h In. Altitunl l ite ' iiitilinic I til?-niii> People** tinw Hull " ''; SI 1ISC IMPTIOV It ATP? 11A >14 II., One Six Three One PO VI VI. I P\ll> Arnr. Mn?i. Mj*. Mo. Ilitlly nix! S"jn?ln j". , . . Jill. (Ml $3.00 SI.SO 6 I > ?. i I? only.. . -l (in V.00 I Ofl . :i"...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 24 February 1915

SOCIETY WILL ATTEND ! ?TORIM CONCERT ? Fashionable Audience to Ilenr Note*!"! Irish Tenor and Australian Violinist. WIIiTHll I IlK-WATKl NS WHDIMVc; Ceremony Takes IMacc at llome of J Hritie, on .lefferson I'ark, lit Presence of I<aryf* Company?Tliursday Donation Day at HHreat. A larue and brilliant audleixx* will (111 I tic- <' i t y Auditorium this evening at S: 1 r? o'clock for (Ik- M< form:iek convert held there 'I'llIn celebrated Irish tenor is to'l)i. assisted }.y Donald -M? ? - Heath, an Apstrallan violinist, ami 10(1 win Schneider will li" tin* accompanist. Many fashionable parties have been arranged for flu- event, ami .'mart -udety will !>?? out in full force to attend this" concert. Some- of tlx- other names added to the Itst of subscribers for the event?*re i'air. a In j.nd Mrs. loliti A. Coke, jir. and Mr*. John 'olte. Jr., Mr. ami Mm, M <Patterson. Mr. anil Mr . I.ewls <; I.arus, Mi?. Hobert Preston, Oeo...

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