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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS YOUNG COLLEGE PHENH ! "Kuho" Mp.'itltuvs, Mount St. .ItiM'itli's Star TwirU'v, Puts Signaluro to Kirlmtonil i'mi!r:nt. JJKOTIH.K (.'ILIJKUT llKI.PKI) Catholic Instructor I'ut* Iiuuti Next in 11 i u 111 > Tou tttl Youngster, "flalx"" ISutli ami Duval H? ?t 11 \\ ??*?? Hi- llest I orttier l>isco\orics. A fa- from tin fl. 1,1 ..f f ture action, y r .In *. Oam: Is c.,n: i :vi!>ur his ii>M ivitiog in .-i"M!iif up players for the Virginia ns. llis hit- st success was achieved oiitv yesterday, when lie In-j I: Mi a.low s. tit. Mount St .! > [.? ... ( ol:- ? star, to illl\ tils slu i.a: to 1-1 ??linmiul oiitract. It is ; lie. how? vi s . that the new recruit v ' . . -In M i t. .ii.i : nt tl after lu ll Meadows, Putin Is confident that ; |i< |in? secured a valtiabh man. Ccr t ., 11'. \ 1- ?. s '.and- 1 o:i? tlint lias I?; i ? 1 III. -:\ : lit. : II . ? I-. : T1 < 1 mil- wh'lil iiijcli men as Coniile Mack, Johnnie M...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 February 1915

nrs; ul Niirjje Attendance of Hoys antl <?irls at Dally Xes sioii.s. ?luxiiiAM ts inti:ki:sti.\<; \?l<lr?y.KPs To-Vi^ht on Physical ami Mental <'h:ti ;\"tei,lst I s of the "Teen" A ;je ami How to Mert l lioin?Many l.caik'is on Program. K"en j'.'i rc t !? '? on by th^ ? people of Htchtnond In oldor ?ovh' ami Kids' < t frv ?? ?<?. which began hire Sunday. I^irgo crowds of Sunday sohf>'ii workers are attending the fles ?(IxiiM of confiTi'ip"'* enrh day. Son if of tin- 1<- -I-rs t.ik'.n;; pirt in I In- ??on ? n n ;<: ? I > i ri It. At?'* -?'!d? r, n'.' Chi . .. l;<\ \VII!i:> n M < ;* k' l r: son. I'r.-sU t-? N <?/?? t r ?. ? 11. Meth odist ; It. .1 V \V in. . V." i i M:iu- , . ' ? ? i: ; 11 j - .in. ???.?: -II ! ' ? 1 < ? '!!. i ? ?? ! .?; t ii. ? 11 <\ o) i . i ' i: a x ? : ! m i , ,.; ? .. \ i : i S. I." ?; a ...... .i..... .; r.. s*.;?i Your. M . i; ? a . . . i' 1'?i?; W J. Mull : ? 1',. iti\ >?. K'.-v A.J. I i.Mi ! i ! > J'x <...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 February 1915

SENTIMENT ON STREET IS FUR FROM HOPEFUL I'mlormrTPnt of Four Tliat Kn^llsli Will Release Rwurlllcs Mold 1'ntlcr Moratorium. MEANS FRKS1I UQl'lDATK >\ IVIres Aro Heavy IjYoni Oprnini; of Stork Fxrhnnfie, 1111 \ Iiil; Is Tliin, ami Many Tra*.U*rs ltirreast* Their Short Position. itv iwto.xn \s \v \m.. VEW Tf'RK l>brunrv TT >ent!m?nt was <lo;?-?ii?# *. !t. "-'torW ;'* ?'! ii i!' circles to dnv Histl ?pro heavy !rom the ver\ onrn !nif \\ ? l?vi Ings ivpro not ire", t'ie ! t:v ln? ? ? ? 1 .11 and trivle-.s took a V* w<*e increasing tliolr short position Hi>.n!'r p w;is native atnl he ivy f ii lnc to J?oV k ivlnjr r)s" to niiimr" liquidation for ? ? n\ set:iir liv N?w York ?'? ti t It :<:<?>.?> ?r I lii! reports of the >.>' ? !tet t ?! ? tt>- :t ?' .'ai>':?r\ r" Haltlnior- at-..I Ohio wis is. r ? ? ,c: ?? i ->i i |p l-i ~s 'f };?: <???:>;> ? with a >f r iCt' I'roill .lulv to ? gr ? iMlltlgs !t, this h ?* . .::??) c!' ?: 43s ??? an.i...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 February 1915

!?|iinmi H imw SIXTY-FIFTH Y IS Alt tiiClJ ADMITTEDLY THK H/CST MPiniUM 'N 'llfE SOihll FOI: C!,ABj> IKIKD f. i ?\ ICRTJSINCJ. 1i:i.i:i'(l(;NK Y'H it WANTS TO THK TIMliS bljl'ATCil UA.NLNH.l'?; i I. K.t NOor.'ti iv a :."r ah. it v: *;b. OA 11 V. cnut ' ""'1 .11 In vs ? :n No uil. ; ii.r . than : J e?5ij;? kUM)?VYi olio and i.ii.-. ha r cent* a vrr-l i->r ? II cianlfltid ?????.. ft >? ttons w nt?d (tt oro Ltt.t a v.jrJ. No *?!. ijtksu Iur ion titan ii NO Alt**. tVjtn fnr 'f! thvn ?? f*vh?i ? Urt? t ? ? itlt)n<d In. Pb n< J oi ltd r.t?: ici'ai .uit<*c ?. ;!K uM 'i;? :-ot i, ur iul>. I ?. i?r p. fi\ DliATSM. AIA'I.S ?' if i i*: N'iriii i* w i i t :? i '? ? ? . ? ? ? at u i" r . ,\iit.' i: .i..i.\ ai.vis I' liin i iii i.ci .? 1111-j . Bunr.WYN Died Kohrunr'y 28, at 8 I '. .Nt . i I ill i < < .II' I - l|i I . IT. ii.,, i: i: ii i i Sin . . i11 ?. I. !., . - ? . W V : i.-: J:i' j:i ; v.' > n. t i:- >.' > > <?:. ? ?.f 1 1 IIfi < I ;t I lml Ii .?...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 February 1915

IF YOU NEED A "JOB" fry a ftnanlflrd Ad. to <h? Ml u n (Ion Wnulrtl Column. lo t T?ur?l. THE Tl.MES-DISPATCH jSidimonJi ?4mcs-fHspatcl] RICHMOND, VA? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1915. IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to rend the Want Ad column*. The little ado reflect the trend of affair*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Mffier&R&cadi THE SHOPPING CENTER Mfller&Rhoacfe TO-DAY to1* A Special Lot of Silk Dresses Just Received, and Will Go on Sale at $12.50 Many distinct new models and most all the new est colors are represented in these. Materials are crepe de chine, crepe meteor, taffeta and silk poplin. This is a nice assortment of Silk Dresses, made in fanev or plain effect, and all are ABSOLUTELY NEW SPRING MODELS! (flO rn Special at Also, An Advance Sale of NEW SPRING SUITS at $17.50 An exceptionally pretty lot of Women's and Misses' Suits, in gabardines, poplins, serges and the ever popular shepherd checks, comprising a number of the newest and most fashionable shades for the coming season. Sma...

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. — 25 February 1915

IMPORTANT NEWS of city. State ii nil country rnn ulna}* br round In thr column* of THE TIMES DISPATCH fUdjnumi ?"imesi3ispalct) LILLIAN RUSSELL| Birr* many rnltmMr ntiKgratlona In hrr dally rlhlont dlnrutnlon* on the \\ omnn'n I'dkc. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ; 'loth YEAR VOI.IIMK ns m >1111011 r.a RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. ?TWELVE PAOES CLOUDY PRII^E' 9 r-TTXTTO ADVERSE REPORT ON BLAIR PROPERTY! Newton to Recommend Rejection j of Site Adjoining Present Post-Office. NEW BILL MAY BE NEEDED Independent Measure Required to Make $450,000 Available for Another Site. According to Information re?lvM from Washington last night, the report and recommendation of Assistant Sec retary of the Trensury Byron R. New ton on the Bite for nn additional post office building will be adverse to the selection of the Mlalr property, at the corner of Eleventh and Main .Streets, and against making any Improvements upon the present Federal building. Tho report, which will probably be made publi...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

French Claim Important Success for Allies in Western Field to-night showing thnt premiums al ready earned by tho Fodornl Wnr Hl?k Hureau were considerably In excess of the bureau's liability Incurred by the loss of the steamers Onrlb and Kvelyn. These ships were Insured for $060,103, while premiums actually earned by the bureau on policies now expired amount to $7i?2.04 1. Premiums received up to to-day. Mr. McAdoo said, totalled $1,502,302 on in surance amounting to $56.045.0S4. >K( (IM) \\ All l.o \ X m ii.i, hi: i*si i:i? HMRLIX, Februat ? 24 (via London. !' 17 1*. M.V- The imperial government has decided to issue jt second fi per cent war loan. This will be open for subscriptions from February 27 to March 13, and will take the form of per cent Imperial bonds and T> per cent exchequer bonds. Interest will run from July 1 The excheqtier bonds will he redeem able by drawing, and the Imperial bonds will not be redeemable until Oc tober 1. li'-i. Tin* lo in will be Issued :>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

these are critical dab FOR U. S? SATS LANSING Counsellor for State Department Re fers to Serious Problems Created by Kuropean War. \ KUTRALIT Y PATH IS ROUGH Urges American People to Avoid Harsh JudKment and Preserve Calmness? Defends Wilson anil Itryan Against Criticisms. N'KW YORK. February 24 ? Hubert Dnnslng. counsellor for tlio State De partment, In a speech nt the annual liannuct of alumni of Amherst Collego here to-night declared theso were crit ical (lays for the United States, "how critical only those who are In Intimate touch with affairs can realize." Tho Kuropean war. he said had rnlsed a se ries of problems which had never be fore boon solved an<l "the liability of error, the danger of unintentional partiality ami the constant complaint ??' one or another of 111?? belligerents makes the path of neutrality toui/h and u ncerta i n." Mr Lansing expressed disapproval of the suggestion that diplomatic of ficers be placed under civil service i 'Jles. and defended President...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

Hint! Woman and Home f?hu! T h c Morning S t o r y i 11*i-: ron 1.1ri:. 11} UorulliT llmiKliii, John Crnnborn was one f tl ? Idle poor He Jia<l spent the greater part of Ills t wi'i: I >'-fi vo \ o :i i in p but inn domnatIon of those pi ? ? 5>!? ? w 1 bad < lianci"! either )'V their ? ? w : 1 ?-?>?;? ? vcf or by that of t) lr f? 1 1 f.itIn rs to have .n'fliilroij (vonllli ("??atiborn wis otic of those mni who believed li i* the world n'nd tti!?' ? imr I vi .1 living. <>11 I'ranlm: 11 < ? . however. :?ml a ireumst.i lice that somewhat lesson-?l 11>??? oonolusi vc ? \ iit. r,i . agal: st ! was tho fact that (? hail been tied ??t nn carls <:.i\ in 1 ljfI.t:n of .1 rottrli.t nature. he t. "1 nevi-t lnv? ii: I1 himself Into a rl . le <? t!? ? ? 1 than i 1 ? of lluliffoi em o to 1 mvi: wi l!,iri' Thi??i W 11 h 11 ' ??? clfolo '.I'! t: 1 ? arnhi ? t Ion I 'f t lii 1 r o? :: ..;!? i. t ll I I I'fi . la 'tie to instil) ii i ? one ? Ise iVant" :n drifted into...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

SILVER MEDAL AWHHDED TO WINNER OF CONTEST I i'oaturo Is IncUlcnt to Session of Woman's Christ inn Temperance j Union at Petersburg. MIDYEAR MKKTING CLOSES Kaielgh Man Wins Itoanoke ?HHde, and They Are Now Kn Itoute to Palm Iloach for Honeymoon. Negro Workman linrily Injured. PKTKnSnimO. VA.. February 24 ? The session of the Woman's Christian Temperance t'nlon In the Market Street | '"hurch last night was largely attend- j I'd. Kino music was rendered by Uio choir, and a feature of Interest was a | rending contest for the prize of a silver ( medal. There were six contestants for the medal: Misses Mamie Thweatt, | Irene Hogwood, Helen ItauRh arid j Mamie Perkins, and Franklin I'.auKh ' and Vernon Parker, all from nut of > tlie rltv. -'AH read well, but the Judges decided in favor of Miss Paugh as the winning contestant, and the medal was presented to her by Mis. Howard M. Iloge, State president of the union. The union held an Institute to-day, with Mrs. Howard M lloge as leader. Mr...

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. — 25 February 1915

jKirfimonii Cinu^-fltepatcl) T1IH mil's. Pounded 1888 Tin* IIISPATCll. Pounded 1850 Ptihllalied rvfrj d*y In the year by The llmri Ctlapiitdi I'liltllahlnfc 1 nmpnnf. Inc. Adilrma all roiueC!3i?le?tloni? lit I III-: T1M1SS - DISPATCH, Timen-IMapn It'll Itullillnit, JO South 1'i-nlh Strprl, It U-li nmml. \n. Tr.l.KI'HO.M:, llAM>OI.PH t t'iaMtrillion nfllre 10 South Trnlh Street South llli-litiioml ItiiJO Hull Street l'?-ter?l'urit 100 North Syontnore Street I.? iii-lilmru 21S i:i?lith Str?et il VsltltnON STOll A IIIIOOKS, IMC., spei'lrtl Advertl?l:i.. i'ijirciscntntlvea. ?? \ nrl> 200 Fifth Avenue ' "Ii ilmlrlph in Mutual l.lfc 7 iillilllIK liirniiu People'* Una llull(!''-? S I ItSl'lt IPTIOA II ATI'S in M\ll? One Six Three Oue rt?v | A?.i: I* Ml) Venr. Mna, Mm. Mo. llallj Siindnr . . . .fMi.OO J.'l. OO 91.50 9 .55 t?:ill> only.. . 4 00 2.00 1.00 .155 > tin ilny n:i!y 2.00 1.00 . 50 ,'J'< .11* I iii;e?-l>l?pnfrh Orrler llelliery Service In ::Ii Ititioml (cuiit mtlti...

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. — 25 February 1915

JAMES CM M'CM TO WED MISS JULIA HARRISON Marriage Will Take IMnce nt Home of Itrlrie Wednesday, March 10. KXT1CKTAIN'K FOll MltS. FISH Kit Mrs. Ftlinum) Harrison Hoge Is Hos tess to Curd Cluli in Honor or (iitest From Itouuoke?A. I*. V. A. Plans A ii ii mi I Tea. Mr. and Mm. Chnpninn l.clgh llar rison. of Xi w Kent, nnnniinvi' the en tag' "i?? ? r11 mill approaching marriage of their daughter. Julia Wiekham. to .txini's Grovei- Mci'nnn. The ceremony will take place nt the home of the iirido oil March 10. Indoor (iolf Ten*. Mr*. John Hayes. M s .lames Gordon .-'re 1th and Mrs. Lewis Hlntoti Hosher ?Mi' the hostesses for tills afternoon at the indoor golf tea to lie held In the '."?lin garden of the Jefferson Hotel. They will i>>? assisted l>y a number of the younger society gills, arid the t tables will he arranged with Howcrs The Indoor golf leas, which arc given f"i the benefit of ]Jic open-air schools of l.irhinorid. have iieniine ? i n i t ?- the I ad this season, ai d s...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS HOOCH SLEDDING FACES INTEHTIOME EEAGOE Feds .lump Into Newark, and War May Hurt Canadian At tendance. LOCAL SI TP All ON OOOl> Promoters Pay Virginia League f,,r Territorial Kiylits?Ollieers of t'nnijiany \n? Pleased Over For feitnre of .lersev City Franchise. While pr- ?pert"! for a successful sea ?<?'11 locally an i> ?rt: Mlla: 1 > l>!" uht. the Inicrnat ??*.:? 1 Ij- i^ue. i to >:it in<ll oa $ tons. will iiivi an up II light to hold Its head above water this > car >"? rtalii :t I- that there will be no ?? -U-lllim for the I >a r - ?v. ? 1 'i - fa' iai; a situat: ? n j 'i !*. prcccdt'Ti t * -1 i 'i baseball annals. In th.- first place th<? International k <-1:11 ,?) ?? .in.- , ity ?? circuit. True, th" .1 ? rs?v citj f rati oil Isf has been forfeited Ivy the ii\v tiers, and ltllly i!lt> son has taken ? -barge, hut this is an experiment which m.'ii or nui'- not suc it-.. v!it?.-. ti -...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

SHORT III IN HOW! US GUEST GUM I nllnlshed Strip in Stafford mid I'rinco William Counties Mock I'se of Koad. TIS.WKIj IH KKI?T FKO.M SOITH With Small Kll'ort, (Jreut Highway Would Ho Available Kroiii Canada lo Florida, Linking Together .North and South. Th? Richmond-Washington Highway Association, {lie Southern International Highway Association. the Mlaml-Que ? International Highway Association, all kindred societies anil automobile I'luiiS Mff' still rndenvorlhg to have com t? 1 ? ? tv?I that portion of the Hlchmond Washlngton ro:ni lying In Stafford, Prince William ami Fairfax Counties. it is a matter of only a few miles, but the rowlway through this short distance is r.o hud ttiii :t pr o tirallv disconnects the route below Wash i ng! on nr.d sends tourist travel in m-rv direction but soul h\\'a r i|. In addition i<? tin' amount alieady subsci Iheil. oiil> ? L"J,S'.") Is i:i'Hif<l to complete 111<? highway ami to I? 11 i 1 >I a I>??rtn?u*.nt touring mail fioni t...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

NEW LOW RECORDS MADE, WIER RALLY AT CLOSE 1 Vires Are Weak at Opening, and There Is liquidation by Com mission Houses. Ti k\ foh hkttkh ntahi.y ihk . I'..sit ion of storks Teehnlenlly Weak, lint Traders Are tNinlident ln ?teased Prices Soon Will He Seen. I Firm Tone in Hoiuls. in into MIAN \v\11 M"V ViiIlK . 'cbruarv ' ?? k Kv !? anc" at *??? ??!???? ? ! .. N a" n r - ??! I" ?? t,,r , .. . ? i? i ?.v ? ominlwl"" v ..... \ overbite movem-nt .... . . ? f tlx 1 -rv ? we.: :l t .t p..;-it - ( i(i lose was t tr y , ? l,: - bolnc retained ? . ; -? k- mnv be front the rc?l?ictlon of ; lie opinion was expressed , ,i. :. t urn for the l.i dr.- shortly. " I11 . ? :t v for f It" .. , . ?||(> snei-|-l!t|os ( ... . /....* . - or- ??? ' - ... would have ??? . ? J .,. ? mil nt th M' IMIIlWI'lllNM I*-' 1 , , v i \ I'M I I !? I N V MvK I Issuo* nro t-xpocte<l to con' rkc., from time to time, particular! ...nit Th- !<?? pr.-e f. ..vchnh*e ineitnii ? premium on th. rom l? tirdets- until j i. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

I jKidimom) ffimc^j3i$iialcl) SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR. ^MITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH lTOU CEAS3 IKIED ADVERTISING. IKLISl'IiUNB V'JLU WANTS TO THE TIMEa-L?13i'ATCH HAADOU'U 1 1 KAADOIil'll WANT AO. ItA'IMS. 5AII T, tn? cont v.rrd . tn paid in ad- I va'jce. No ud. If lor l~cs than 19 cents. lUMtAV. o>m anil Cba-hnlf cent* a word for ? II clas?in<jd a<ln. siuspl Situations Wanted at otm cent a word. No no. takuu for Issi than IS cents. *0 AOS. tiken for than n cants wbst charged tr pbori'.-d la. Phoned orders net guaranteed. (."?ist'UM.uttor.* i'ot tuuratil** J toller P. *kl. DlfiATilH. ?I>ir><I. ui hi-r r??Kiiii*uf?. <"o?lar Avenue, MiKlitjimi Siirlnii*-', MKS. Al. ?ITA M l''i utl i, wife i?! \\ . I.. Kuril Funeral from the al?ove r< I?? !??.??? ;it ! P. M. FRIDAY, February 26, 1916. n term cut Ki vcrviow. OREllNI>OltKEIt. I >:e'}, at the resi dence, <? Ilioissev;iIii ,\vi iii!<', Nor folk, Vii.. Wednewd;i hYbniiiry J, at a .v. menkietta. widow O...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 February 1915

I)R. BRADY'S TALKS on health nnd h.T?1fne nre a dally fcnlurr of (hr Woman'* I'nur- you hIkiiiIiI rrnd. THE TIMES DISPATCH $Jirfimonii ?hne?-$Ji?patd) RICHMOND, VA? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. THE HOUSE YOU WANT may he offered to-rtny In the claiml. fled column* at Ju*t your i?rlve 1 read (hv aria. THE TIMES-DISPATCH "The Shopping Centre ' Mrs. Rorer's Cooking Lessons! (Houimiinu to-dnv. Mrs. Horer's Cooking 1/e.s sons will Ih? I.?M?. Those ticket*, however. (In not entitle the holders thereof to draw for the stove). All the Cooking Appurtenances. such as Mould?. Dishes, her latest Cook Book. etc.. etc., are on sale in the Basement llousefurnishing tioods Department at Miller & Rhoads. 50 Brass and Enamel Beds?Samples Secured intlcr Most Favorable Cir t'liiustanccs, I'?'rmi(tintr Their Sale at KXTKAOinHN.YKY LOW I'KH'KS! No one should miss this opportunity m secure a I trass or White iCnaniol lied of superior design and quality sf) greatly uutler its usual retail price. Remembe...

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. — 26 February 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY Put* your i|urnt for a altuatlon on aitrtodr btialnraa baala vrliro >ou advrrtlae la THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOI.UMH 83 M MIIKH r?7 patclj TO HELP BUSINESS llfllfvp In ynumrlf, your coun try, Slnlr and rlty?and Its In. atltutluna?anil aajr an. THE TIMES-DISPATCH S CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS MAKES SECOND CALL FOR VICE REPORT Mayor Ainslie Asks Commission for Police Department Evidence. DENIES REPORT OF FRICTION No Discord Between Himself and Body Named to Investigate Underworld Conditions. Mayor Alnslle yesterda/' addressed n letter to Clinlrman Ashton Slarkf, of the Vice Commission. asking that the commission furnish him with such evi dence it hns in its possession as relatsn specifically to police administration of the city with regard to commercialize! vice. Advocates of an immediate Investi gation of the Police Hoard who have either by accident or design permitted the Impression to get abroad that the Mayor has proceeded ton leisurely in obtaining the evidenc...

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. — 26 February 1915

Germans Capture Polish Town; Take /(XOOO Prisoners captured In th- battles ? f February 2 2 nnd 11' T!i? d:?pa t*? >1 said "(in ili'' W't*: t'.ali.lan f:? ? ? r ?. 1 v?nff deia h incut wrcst? ?; -he Unssiii < sev. ral points Of s .ore ? ' O llii1 east ??f ilrvVow, f>S(' I" ns taken priHOIielS ;.|jil f.i\ II'. .1 <? t ? - ' 'I l.i attacks of o :> tro.-ps e \>;ht soutn rf I .e I'l l* tt irr?> i Mioo< r.sfulP "In i1k> ' el t of February a- i .. ten otb. ami '' tss men w ??? ? ? pr Ifo'h i.? Iii 1' ; o-.ilt.n :t 1! <?: \i;\\?? rmni x \ i t i.i i n i.ti*. II!-- I* \lt \MOI \ 1 IMI'lUt i \ m K lebruary >15 P M> l>i|ilomnll. questions. lud:t; e the American not-- regarding foodstuffs for the civil population of tin be!!:tie re v.t countries, nnd the possible entry of Italy ni'd ltmimar a Into th> war <1 i - v nl^d a t levt !<>i: to-?!. ' with news f:c!". the battlefields. which. in military ?*ii -!es. i- .-..aside ? ?: of paramount portanc...

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. — 26 February 1915

NO DECISION REACHED IN JUDGE GIIRTER'S CASE Judiciary Committee .May Determine To-Day if Investluation Is .Necessary. JURIST ANXIOUS FOR I'KOHK Saltl to fie Hesitation in Ucuinnlnji - Proceedings , Which Will Drag Names of Women Into Legislative Court?May A fleet Settlement. fpprrl.il to The Times-Dispatch. 1 CAIjKK'iII. N. f, I'chruary ".'5.? Another conference of .Judiciary Com mittee So. i, of the House. In n further effort to settle 'he <|iiestion of "In vestigation or no In vest iunt ion" In the ?lii'lpo farter-Solicitor \hernatli.v coti tetupt from Newborn and attend ant charges against the character of .lililc'! farter, was held to-dav. When the meeting was over there was merely the (statement that there would he another ronfereiiee to-morrow, when final action would !>e taken, and it was hoped that i settlement would he reached makinir the legislative investi gation now being asl;e?j for I ? y \her naihv and hi^ friends u line. ???ssa rv. Members of th> committee we...

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