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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks The Morning S t o r y 1> A 111.17.7, A III). Ilv <lll\e Ilnrt??u. Katrine Wharten was being talked About Tongues and lingers ?v?-re (lying at IVf I.adles' Missionary Hand The big In the parlor at tli<' church was sendln- out great wavi>.? of wolconiv heat, for ?>?i11-? >J*J a blizzard tv?a raging Mrs Milton, on the floor with an immense pur of scissors in her hand. wa? cutting around a shirt pattern li <1 on red flannel "What ! want to know is," Mrs Milton paused and waved her idstors with a Patrick Henry gesture, "why she w >n't cot;:< It looks mighty ?jueer t? mc l sometimes think it must bo a Ity coiis -i< iii' The Ke\ Mr Washburn raised h:s head fro:ti '' s, rmon ho was pr< - paring ii 'i- study The door was slightly open, and the words of Mrs. M ilton hit I !'' *? r . <I !i lie frown- <i m i pushed back his c...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

DIRECTORS FIX DATES ! FOR SOUTHSIDE FAIR HijC Exposition Will He Held In PetcrsburR During Week Following Richmond Fair. ARGUMENT IN INSURANCE CASK Hustnlgs Court Is Hearing Suit of Merchants Against Various Companies?About Thirty Defendants, and Amount Involved Ik $02,000. fSpeeln.1 to The Times-Dispatch.1 PKTBHSBUHO. VA? February 25.? At a meeting of the directors of the Southsldo 1'air Association last nlRht It was decided to holil next fall's fair on October 1 !*. 20, 21 and 22?the week following the State fair at Itlchniotid. In tho Interim efforts are to be made to have an exhibition that will surpass In variety and excellence the splendid fairs of the last two years. A rKumrnt lu Inmirnnif Salt. In the Hustings Court to-day iirRUrnent whs beRUti In the suit of I*ovensteln Brothers against various fire Insurance companies for payment of Insurance on stock of Koods destroyed by fire in November. 1913. Vbout thirty conpanles are defendants, atid the amount involved Is approximat...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

TICK TIMES, Founded I8KS THE DISPATCH, Founded 1M50 rubllnhrd every day In the year l>y The Tlinnt-riUpnt.-li I'lihllalilnjc Cnmp?nr, lne.~ Afl(Ir?? nil rommnnl'-ntloiM to THE TIMES - IHSI'ATCH, 'Itmw-Hlnpntrh nulldlnK, 10 Eolith Tenth Street, lllt'li moml, Vn. TKIiEPnO.NE, RAXDOMMl 1 I'nlillcH(ion Office 10 South Tenth Street Smith Klrhmond ltliW Hull Street l'e?iT<hiir* 100 North Sycnmora Street 1. vn<-lt Iiiifm 218 Eighth Str?*t l< ISHHOOK, STOHV 1IROOKS. INC.. Sperlnl Advertising Keyrenrntntlvea. V-n \nrk 200 Fifth Avenne Pliilndel|thln Mtitiinl l.lfe nulldlng Chli'iiK" I'foplf'n linn Btillt",,c smsc RII'TIO.N HATES IIA" MAII., One Six Three line PtlVTAI.E PAH! Year. Moa. Mca. Mo. Dally nml SiitiiIht. , , .fA iki HI Wi SI. 50 ( I) n 11 ? only 4.00 'i Ofl 1 00 ..1"< bunday only 2.00 1.00 .B0 .?* 11 j Tlme?-ntn|iatcli Carrier Delivery ."trirlce In It ii Ii moiid (nml *uliurt>s) and l'etrr?hurRi Dully *rlfh Snndny, o...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

<'ereinony Takes l>|?re y?letlv in I Ashcvllle, N. V.?Hot h Are l*ronilnoii(. "ANCR AT \VliSTMOItKI(A\|) Mrs. Andrew Jackson Montague I{oreivefi Witl, Mrs. William A. ?'ones In (ion<?r <?f Mrs. William ! ?Fennln^H Itrvan. I i Of much Interest to the uJtrafnihlon- I a In of ln Richmond. ;ih wo|| ;i* to i soolrjy throughout. Virginia and North ' aiollna. is i ii<- announccmerit of th?> ma rrlarte of .Mr?. Mnrv ,otIMa?v ?laughter of Mrs. Alice Connally, r.?. inerly of thin city, to H. D. McDonald, Ashevllle, x t ceremony h tving taken pla.-o very quietly In that place "h Wednesday. The bride I.s one of ihe leaders of the Vanderhllt social set in Ashevllle and <R a of ,\lr?. I'houias M. Ruthcrfoord, of Itlchmond. Mho has spent much of hoi time in this olt> \lsitlhp relatives. I onoorolnu >1 !??? H?nuige. ^ Miss Isabel Itamagc, of oi 1 City, j'n ?las been spcndltiK several days ni Baltimore...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

? ? ? ? - ? 1 SPORTS r NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS SPIDER QUINT IS DOWNED B* HUSKY HOWITZER FIVE fiol?liorj? Defeat Collegians in Fust tJaino by Slender Margin of One I'oint. t'SK TWO SKTS or Kl'I.KS A mat our and Collegiate Itogulnt Ions .\re I soil in Alternato Periods. Itolli 'Foams Kxcol I'ndor Particular Stylo of llnskotliiill Playing. Hicr.mnnd xvas defeated laM night by tho narrow margin of one point lii its flrnt game tins season wllli : the ?as? basketball ,|uitn of tin* KirhJnoml Howitzers. Tin* game was fast ?ml interesting af t e r the first part of 1K>' opening period, when th<' solilieis tht iat cued to walk mvay with the 4Jame. i'iu score w as i'."> to it. I he tiiiiliu was speedy from the first v hist !v. but it <li,| n..t heglii t<? 1... 1?i1Ki^Untri.1 ll"' l:'Mel part ot the *,!M 'a ! 1 hf <?olh-ginns seemed ? lazed, and were unable t.. t together an.I won; ,,u\ consistent ..f...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

STREET INIPROVEMENTS COME TO SUDDEN HALT \<TnuntK Overdrawn, ami No NewWork Will He Authorized During 1015. ?il lU'llllH ARK NOT AFFKCTKI) < >t!ls(andiiiK Contracts Will More Than Absorb Available Funds, and Work Already OMlcrcd .May lie ( urtailed. Following' tii?; filing yesterday of a statement by I'ity Knjrlneer UoIIIiik. showing that the <-lty has outstanding ami in process of cx'-cutlon unpaid street Improvement contractu aggregating approximately $440,000, a sum considerably In excess of the amount available for thin purpose, City Auditor Crenshaw applied to the City Attorney for bis opinion as to the city's liability for their payment, in view of the following sni tlon, which was pnrt of the budget ordinance: "That lii" amounts lyreln shall be deemed to l>e tin* limit of iiiM'iiiiita to he expc 11 <)?- r | |?y any committee. Adniiuistratlve Hoard, or bend of department, respectively, except by transfers author...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

THING ra NARROW, WITH SMALL TURNOVER Prices Arc Somewhat I'lrmer, ami Hotter Tone I< Soon in Industrial Issues. SOI TllKHN HAII.ItOA MS 11KWV Srnltnnrd Air l.ine l'rcfrm'tl and Southern Hallway Preferred I .use Vi Points?New Haven Makes New l.mv Kecurd. n\ UltOAIIW W M l .WW TOKK; Ivt.Tiinry lT e? ??rr 'OKiP^hi! ?iri'i-r >?'! " >!? S" K 1 \ h day s> i ? . ? .1 !?. s l? x > ? >i i I t on? i; : ? ? ?, ?. i , ? with ?tnnith in the mitoiniolillo :??..??? ttnl further ? ? ? . ?? hi .-qui: ?? ? Tr ? Inu ws* narrow. with u turnover of Ims thmi sh ? t ' -I ? i,. v <| ? r s t||.? htsh tti.V- ???!:? ? i> :? f ? it ? ! !?> tlrally it n ???. anil h:i?ilnejt* *??? done for foreign account S??w*> sliup ket It IT. IIV( Imu.M I'r*?>?.".? St""-: "Vr preferred wold py :? drop S point?. Kquliiimn' i >?? il.i *c ' ???k* of thf pi t x.... t tli. - i.i ????' * * ii Ifori! Ha...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

.Rirlimom) Cimcslfepnlrli SIXTY-FIFTH YISAR. ADMITTEDLY THK T3FKT MKDTUM TN THE SOUTH FOR Ct>AS3IKIK1 > ADVERTISING. t i:i.i:piionk vvms wants to THH TtMfcS-UIfiPATCH OASDOLPH 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. IIA7K8. OAII.7, ene cent r. trrrd paid In a<l?a"!ca No ud. ItiVn lor l:aa than 10 ceota. kUMlAY, on? and cae-hiilf cenla a word for all c!an<iin?(] H'la. except fcltu.Ulons Wanted at one cent n. wore. No a<l. tukeu (or Ian tbau cent*. Ml ADS. ttlcan roi lee# than 30 cant* irhun charged c- yUonp'J In. Phoned order* not (unrunteea. (hoai'lficatioua not guaranteed nllor w.30 *?. m. DKATH8. McCIjINTQCK.?Died, at tin? residence of In i Msli'i', Mi> Ki'i'IikIi', South l.aurel ."st r M l!S. It. <? Met 'MNTiX -K l-'ilnernI not ire Inter. TI't.'KKIt.-^-lMoil, itl his iato residence, -11 ?? I'leariant Street ;ii 'J.30 I'. M , WKLl-lNCTuN <; TI'i.'K Kit, in his slx-ty-idxth year. Funeral notice later. LC-.-T AM) ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS may And ? nolntlon In the dnllj ill<ru??lnn< of ^Inrlhn Wmtovrr on (hr W oinnu'n I'lixr. THE TIMES-DISPATCH nd Zimcs.mmkh RICHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS Mr.- frequently be found through a uninll ad. In tlie claaalfled column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH "The Shopping Centre ' Beginning To~Day---6,233Yards of New Embroideries In a Sale Extraordinary BEAUTIFUL 1IAND-LOOMED PATTERNS?new 1015 designs made up on excellent qualities of Swiss nainsook and organdie: EDGES and INSKRTINGS, in widths ranging from 5 to IS inches. These are just the embroideries in greatest demand. right now. for infants', children's and women's line undergarments, dresses, etc.,'and yet all are so greatIv below their regular value. Arranged in Three Sales-Lots, as Follows i 15 yd For Finbroideries worth L'.")C yard. 19 yd For Embroideries worth iWc yard. 29: yd For Km broideries worth 50c yard. No woman who reads this notice?if she is to have a nee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY 1'utN your <jQent for a altuatlon on a atrtctty bunlnraa baatn rvhen you adrertlae la THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO HELP BUSINESS HfllfTr In yourarlf, your country, Slnte anil city?and tta la- ? atltiitton*?and aay ao. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR VOI.UME Cft n r.>1111:11 r.s RICHMOND. VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 TEN PAGES WKATHKIl l'ACiio a CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS CHARGES PADDING OF CITY'S PAY ROLL Board Suspends Clay Drewry for Alleged Gross Irregularities. POLICE DEPARTMENT TO ACT Head of Hands and Carts Force Said to Have Collected Pay of Discharged Men. Clay Drewcry, manager of the First District of the cltv hands and earls forco, nml for many years a. j trusted member of tlic Inspection divl- | hlon of the Engineering Department, j wan summarily suspended .from service yesterday by the Administrative Hoard, , following an inquisition which dc- I veloped evidence tending to show that lie has been guilty of gross irregularl- | lies In connectio...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

Germans and Russians Continue Heavy Fighting in Poland nouncement from Paris on Friday said four forts there were destroyed. No mention of losses was made In ? Ither announcomcnt The English statement described the operations as successful, and said they wore continuing. Efforts to force the Dardanelles, the key to Constantinople, have been In progress since the middle of December. but the Immediate operations bocan about a week ago. Once in possession of this waterway, which is fortyfive miles long, the nllles* warships would not encounter any serious <11111cultv in reaching Constantinople and training their guns on the Turkish capital Turkey always has relied on the Dardanelles fortifications for protection from attack from sea. It has been declared that with the I lardanelle# forts silenced, a vast amount of Russian wheat would come out from the Hlack Sea and be distributed to ports In France and England. Possession of Constantinople also would have the effect of drivi...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

HEAL ESTATE RECORD ID COURT CALENDAR I'nusunl Activity Shown in Number of Deeds Recorded in Chancery Court. DEEDS AGURKUATH $108,050 M. C. Rruiicli, James T. Sloan anil John It. Williams Transfer Itiver- i view liOts to Richmond Properties Corporation. The real estate market Hhuwcd unusual activity yesterday, seventeen deeds of bargain <ind sale lieim; re- J corded in the Chancery Courl. siiiKreKatlnir $ 1OS.650. .lames T. Sloan, John it. Williams and M. iItrarieh trans-j ferred a larne number of lots in the plan of Rlverview. a section recently] annexed to the city, to the Richmond Properties Corporation. The actual J sales recorded far exceeded in volume1 the deeds of trust and deeds of release. CIIA \ t'l'.ll V TKA\SKKIt.S. Seventeen l>erd* of lliiranln nnd Sale. A onion I Iiik t?? iflOK.linn. O. B. II. Rower to John It. Itosf, 27x104 feet north line Catherine Street, 30 feet east of Smith Street. February ?, 1915, tax $1. $10. Dauchland Patterson's heirs to...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks '1 \ e M o r n i n 3 1 t o r y nomtv tiii: lit ri.r.u. Il> llnriuuity Writer, The room was no dense with snioko that ttu* twelve heads s-irrounding the dinl'.g table si omo I to Wiivcr over the damask 11 kt so many ghasts of bachelors. ?.?*,? of th twi Ivc was pooh to take upon I. " s If t h * - yoke of matrimony, <i this was h.> farewell dinner. C>nt of the smoke the voice of tho Honoruhh Hobs continued the trend of a:i aig ..in nt on social questions started b> Major Graham. "And I s;.\ that there Is work for evory man right here in this ei'.y?if employ men t s really desired.' "It s ? :sy eno.igh to ::it back anil talk .1! jut 'he i>i'S!tlo!!J? that art' open ? hut jufct you ha\o a look for out of thrm and s< e how quickly you will agree that the colonies are the onl\ places U ft for a man who wants to gi t on." "Hot!" said the Honorable Hobs and .so far forgot his habitual l...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

r __ ' " " '' ' ~ "" SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | S P O R T S ^ SPIDERS WILL TBI TO ! TIE IIP CIMPIlSmP Will IMu.v Yellow Jackets To-Nl^ht on HowltzoiV Armory Court. G.I.MK WILL UK FAST ONE IJoth Teams Are I?rlinecl for Cruel- ! ling Content?Local Collej;lunn Hope to Win, anil Tlion Heat ltan-ilolpli-Mucou for Cup in I'lay-OIT. Richmond Collogo will meet the Kainlolph-Macon quint to-night in the crucial game of thy championship Serbia. The gumtt will he played on the llowit*er? Armory court, beginning at ?:30 o'clock. Hoili teams aro pritned for a hard gunie, and a Ktuulllng contest lb expected. On this game "hangs all the law and the profits" of the championship basketball season for the outcome will practically decide the. race which has been the most closely fought out In years. If the Spiders win It will only give them a i'Iumk c to t ?k-- the cup bj beating the Jackets ugalv. but then a victory by th- Spider* at this stage of the proceeding ? will ue re...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

' TIKE TIME*. Founded I85W 1 T1IK I)ISIV\TIII. Foiiuded I8S0 I 1'nlilNlieil rvi-ry ilny In tlie jriir l?y 'I'hr Tliiien- . Dlxpnfdi I'nlitlNhliiif ( nni|iiiiiy, Inc. Aililrcs-i till riimKMiitcHlloiiN (o I'lll. 'I'HIICS - KISl'ATl II, 't'lmpn-llKpn t<li lltalldiiiK. M) Sou Hi 'IViilli Street, I Klchnioiiil, \ II. ti:i,ki'iiom:. iiamximmi i J'ubllentIon Odli'i* Id Snutli Tenth Street S??uth lltelimond Iiiiitt Kull Street I'eterMliurtr |(l!l Nurtli *?> t-rtuiorc Strevt I,j neliluirK -IN Diulitli Sir--! ii.vsimoii -,, it\ mtotiKs, inc., Sjirelnl A?lvertlnl:i. 1 . ;>re*entntlvea. .Vet Vurk 1:1 M) Firth Avenue l'htlndel|ihln 'iuliuil I.lie iiIIiIIhk CiilenK<> >Vu|i!*''n <>hh lliill?"-,-c srnst it 1 i'tio> it \ rns nv M A II,, Due Six Three One I'OSTAtii: PAID Venr. >!????. M _w. Mo. Dntly nnd Stititlny . . . .91, on .?:! 00 $1 .ftt> S Unllj only . , t ill) 2.111) I .in)...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

Vfternoon and Evening Affairs Give Promise of Largo Attendance. [JOIjF KNTI1UHIAHTH AKK OUT Open Weather-Fills Links and Ten-J nls Courts?Spring Flowers to lie Used in Decorations?Richmond People Attend liall In (ioochlnnd. There will be a large (fathering of ; members and guests at the Country Club of Virginia, both this afternoon and evening. (Jolf and tennis enthusiasts have been taking advantage of the real spring weather of the past week and have been much In evidence on tiie courts and links. The weather permitting, several little tea parties will be held on the porches and terraces of the clubhouse thlH afternoon, and there will be a number of informal dinners given at the club this evening. The decorations will be In spring flowers and shaded lights. Vol-I lowing dinner an orchestra will play for the dancing. ] Return to It iehmouil. Mrs. T J. Walker, of I'ark Avenue. ' who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Manic, in Waynesboro, has returned to her home in this ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

FOREIGN LIQUIDATION EFFECTIVELY CHECKED Kesnlt of Sharp rurlallmrnl in Storks and llontls From ( 011tincut and Kn^lnn<l. I'lUCES GE\EHALI*\ STKOX? Traction Issues Active, mid Steel Shows Some Strength?Copper Storks Score (tains?l.ittle Enthusiasm Created. nv imoAUAN wai.i.. NEW YOHK. February 2?.?Prlccn general- , y w?ri> strong in the Stock Kxcha'ige today. AutomoWIo l?sues were strong on further short covering ami on absence of fore'gn "elllr.g a sharp ciirfillment in the shipment of stocks and bonds front the fotitlnent am! Kt.riind ? 1 i<? to In -.Teased rlfk ?ind a rise In Insurance rates hi" iff actively i lieckrtl f. rrlrn liquidation for the mom.-nt. | s strength .Ihorefor" roul-! m'>r? j -pftdily b* MttrM'tte.l to tli<' Inahiilt y of lb" foreign Investor t<i !?? ?.? h our mullet than r> luck of desiro l<i take advantage of j prices Traction issues wpri ictlv" Third Avnuo j galnlnr I poin...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

I ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEJDTTJM IN THE SOUTH FOR CI..ASSIVIKP ADVEKTI8IVQ. I'KLUPHCNK <?UH WANTS TO THB TIM 158-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 ttAWDOLPU tt^NT AO. RATES. OAII.Y. ene cent r xrrd -v.^.en paid In adv*!ic?. No ad. t?/'" lor Itsa than '.0 cants. SUNDAY. on* and ma-half centa a word for ? I) rlanHlflud D''t aicept Kltuatlona Wanted ?t oca cent a itjrd. No ad. takaa (or lea* than IS tenia. hO ADS. ?M;?n tot !an than ? eanta when charged cr ?>boned In. Phoned ordera not fuarante-'J '.a-t.ifkaUorn not guaranteed ?fi?? l?:l? si Tel Yotit Wainb toA? P&o>pl<? Tlhnroiaglhi ftfine Swiinidlsiy T mes-Dispattcih But be sure to get your copy in Earl}' 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. | DILVTHri. JIIjIIjKT.?Died, at h'.H residence, 1625 West Main .Street, at ,v;40 o'clock A. M., Friday. February ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS luajr flnil n noltitlon In thr dally dtncu.taioua of Mnrtha Wcatover on thr Womnn'n t'lixr. THE TIMES-DISPATCH $Jid|tnoni Simesi-fU^patctj RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS Mr..- frequcatljr be found through a email. ad. la the claulfltd colunia* oft THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre An Unusual Value! Women's Pure Silk Hosiery Pair Regular Value $1.50 This morning we will place on sale a quantity of Women's Pure Thread Silk Hose, in black only; double soles, high spliced heels and deep garter tops. A X E XT RAOUD1XAR1LY GOOD Ql'ALlTY. specially purchased by us at a figure that permits their sale at the low price of $1.00 a pair. All sizes. First Floor. Mrs. Rover's Cooking Lessons ? Mrs. Rorer lias c7??^sented to continue her very interesting and instructive Cooking lessons llirough next week provided as many as one hundred ticket? are taken. Should this plan carry, two-hour Lessons will lie given daily, as follows. KOI! LAWKS ? T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

THE SUBURBAN HOME Vou nrr looking for may br nil-vfrtlHi-il to-duy In (br ?'loniilHfil coluiiiiiM. Itcnil the tidn. THE TIMES-DISl'atch (55th year VOI.IIMB <15 M'MIIKK r.? TO KEEP INFORMED On ninttrm of Importance In city, Ntntc auil nation. you need but rrml THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., sunday, february 28, 1915.?FIFTYFOUR pages K*t"kk ? fair price five cents BOOK LIST ADOPTED FOR STATE SCHOOLS State Board of Education Completes Work in Lengthy Secret Session. AWARDS TO MANY PUBLISHERS Book Agent Berry Faints When Lirt Is Made Public?Arithmetic Held Up. With cvry member present, except ? Jover'nor llcnrv C. Stuart, the State Hoard of Education yesKnlay aftfinoon adopted practically the entire lint of textbooks that will In- used in tlm pitlilli.' schools of the Stut'' for foul yearn, cominencln? with to-morrow. March 1. Superintendent li. C. Stomas presl<le<l a I what was prohahly one of the most animated ami memorable meetings of Its III ml ev...

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