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

IRussian Forces Recapture Important Town of Przasnusz Wrench battleships (Jstttlol*. sttfrren and Charlemagne. each of which carries Cour twelve-Inch kuhs SHU'S IIKAin TO All) ir it is i{i-:<u ihI'D Other \esvls. including the French battleships Uotivci ami one or two British battle cruisers. are hi the vicinity to render assistance should it be rocjuir. <1. ' The Fort Dardanus. which the ships Httackod on Friday, alter the entranee U3 the strait had born su.pt <>' mines, is not far fr<>m the narrows, ami it is probable titai )!:?? bin ali?i mote i n i - ' portant attack lias l>? tun b> this tunc. Reports from neutral llalkan states say that tin resident* of tlte i?lnmls iii the flea of Marmora have been ordered to evaluate tludr homes, and Oiat an imperial train is waiting to thke the Sultan to Asia Minor. ' So far as Great Iti itniii is lotii'frnoil,, however, th? most important immediate rjcBu...

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

Toilet Specials Big Lot of Toilet Snap, made by Armour; their regular 5o soap; Monday for, a cake.. **** Imported Toilet Soap, all odors; iCKUlar 25c ami 35c kind; -| a cake Wood Hack Nail, Brushes, O., each Lot oC Celluloid ami Bone Tootli ItruslicH, the l.r>c to 20c 1 A? oiie?. for, ouch AVFV ?too Boxes l)ii Valuer's Face I'owder, our regular 50c 25c boxes. for Mnln J-'lottr. Specials in Ribbons GOO yards of Mill Knd Taffeta and Satin Taffeta Millions, also I'lcot Kdge Uihbons, made to sell at lf?e yard, choice of H _ any. yard 1,200 yards of Mill Knd millions. Satin Taffeta and Taffeta Itlbhons, cost up to 19c and 2.1c a yard; Mill Kn?l price, 12V&C 67?'> yards of Mill Knd Fancy Ribbons; worth .'19c to 50c a yard; choice of any Monday 19c .Mnln Floor. for, yard Mill End Linings 179 yards of Mill Knd Satlnes, that cost 12 I-2c a yard, (I,, In all colors, for. a yard. . *?*? Mnln Klnor. Windsor Ties; your Q_ Ice of any of them for. *'*?' Specials i...

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

JSnrtiinj:* Siillirirm ?<? Co\er K\|n*nM"? of < ion itii<I I >|>?Ti?Iion. ska^ mvkis \vi:i:km kki-okt More I-n\orablo Business <'ontlit ion> (iciipciill) \re Shown by t'onstdi(lilt?*?1 Statement IsMtetl bt\ I'ihIcwI Keserve Hoard in Washington. Karidrtirs i ho Kichioi I ! VJ, r.i: lienor \ ? H:i i k ,;> i ?? t ti k?. t::n< are s :f IIcIptiI '?? '\i a" : hi - - of orpaili/.al arid ration '<> ?ias? Th* It IJi'sitvi' Han* is the ' -si In thi i". 1< ? tl 1 ? >> r\ ? j.* >1? -ii ! ? (>? - < onx :<t . ii, l: ; ? - ???? l>?. >un!? art thoni|is ? not liicrwiM of about JHirt.rtOQ 8 M?. 'rtl >' Wor- ! jdo yesterd. ? ? Seaj aavernoi of t ho Kir ? <1 I !:? <? M. Hf k. and William lntcie, KVderal res?rvo npent f"?- "'ii? i ii -nni?r.iin&gt...

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

MAN ID WOMAN INJURED IN BROAD STREET RUNAWAY Horse Takes Knight at Small Hoy on Holler Skates?Dashes into Hiu (iaraKC. MHK 'I'll l{< >< *K HOHTO.N IVHHKI) ICuslitMl tu St. Lukr's Hospital, Where 11 <*i> Injuries .Are Treated. II. M. Tli'.'runs Taken to Virginia Hospital hy t'it.v Ambulance. II. M Thomas. :? farmer of Border, \'a., and a Mrs. Tinockmorton, of 1 >umhartoji, Vfi , wi ll! kcvi ri'ly injured in a runaway oil Broad Street. near the old Itlhmond College Kroutnl*. yester- ? lay morning about I <) o'clock. Mrs. Throckmorton was taken I" Si. Luke's Hospital, where sin. *.mt night r< polled, as" having suffered a broken limit and other injuries. Thomas was treated hy Ambulance Surgeon Walker, and was sent to Virginia Hospital after the surircni had ascertained that he had suffered four fractured rilis. ? Thomas and Mrs. Throckmorton were driving into the eily when they stoppi d to water the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

ITH AGAINST PLUNGING INTO GREm WAR VORTEX Falls to See That It Con Get Any thing by Fighting Not Possible to Gain Without Fighting. RKAh ATTITUDE DlRCt'SSKD Government, Money interests and Thinking Classes Set Their Faces \gainnt Being Implicated? Popular Sympathy Is AVllh Allies. The real attitude of Italy towards the war a8 distinct from the attitude to her by Interested parties in France and Germany is described below by a special commission, with exceptional facilities for gathering reliable Information. who was sent to Italy on a tour of inspection by the International News Service. | Special Cabin to The Times-Dispatch.] HOME, February 27.?After numerous conversations with hlKhly placed personagea In Rome and Milan and close observation of the surface facts as they appear In Italy to an unbiased traveler. I am forced to the conclusion that, however ardently the allies may desire her entry Into the fray, and however much Austria may desire to switch Italian popular sympathy ove...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

ness Career Will Be Celeat Are Positively Amazing >endable merchandise at prices lower than any ping public of this city. e been in progress for months past?our buyany note to secure bargains that would fittinghe past two years. ou'Il iind tremendous economics on new spring tio will take advantage of this feast of birtInlay ONE - F 0 U KT11 TO ONE-T1I i HI). 6 Women's Skirts, $3.95 men's All-Wool Serge and Gabardine Skirts, made in allored, newest spring style-models, with fancy button ngs. $7,50 Skirts, $4.95 men's New Spring Skirts, made of broadcloth, coverts, and poplins, in good, desirable colors, *in.l fancy button ngs; well tailored and perfect fitting. ' Welsberger's Second Floor. Silks and Dress Goods Underprice 25c Secos. the half silk chiiTon mull, known for Its pretty chine, ItM soft ami clinging qualities and durable wear; a table full to select from; all to go; 1 O,, Anniversary Kale 16\.> 1783 yards of Imported Japanese Shirting Silks, that will ...

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

ROOSEVELT PILES BILL OF ANSWER TO BARNES " lIMl'ful and < ?>??- nipt (Sot?*rniiiein in Ve?i> Hill, 'II!. *}:* ;in<! "11. IM'OliMI'li m M WSI'AI'KH S|i?i? Jllc?ti<>iiN < ? i^?-it t<i < 'liiinu** ?>f < o-Ojfrat i<?n Ki-t Hrt-n Il?*iu<?rrjitif K?'pul>li< aft Ui^Hiii/itiinns With 1?.< legislation. 81*1 :a?,v v. k. ???..?> ? Is, : : ? -M j.'. ? s< - \ ? 11 : ? ' r :?> *. ! f Tor:- >:,? lit \Y ?? I \ ^ HI.IS "I O <. I \ I \ \ MI.? <>| M . > I.II Ml \ Mr. : ? ? I ? I I! I ! ? Is unable to gl\*e tjne names of thfe ? ? ? iiz mv?.. ? : ? f ? ? v! ; ? ' ? al ?'.(if \\ i. vm ??!!.!. ? ?ry* /a' ' J. .1 ' ? . ? ' ? :i? J ? a V > :. i ? !;? ; ?>????. ?? tluen^e In th<- utwtipapcr and the bu*i- : ).&amp...

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

HOCK ISM INQUIRY ! BEFORE I. C. C. IS ENDED: I No Possibility Tlmt Report Can lte1 Made to Congress ut TIiIb . Session. MUUGK IS CHIHK WITNESS ' President of Operating Company Discusses Present Conditions of Sys-' tern?Cause of Financial Situation ?Not Due 11? Manipulation. WASHINGTON, February ?7. ? Inuulry by the I ut erst at e Commerce ' Commission Into tin- affairs of the Chicago. Hock Inland anrt Pacific Railway Company, ami its allied corporations ended to-day, l?ut with no possibility that any report to Congress on Uie resolution oalll dk for the in ventilation can bo made at thin session. Counsel for ? he railroad agreed to submit by March -0 abstracts of tlic evidence offered, presenting tlicir view of the facts brought out. Joseph W. Folk, chief counsel for tlic commission, who lias ? onductcd the inquiry, will present a similar statement, but it is Improbable that the commission's (ladings will he made known before Congress is again assembled and the formal report Is made...

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

STOCK OF HARDWARE FOUND ON STRANGERS Almost Fnnugh to Fquip Store Taken From Suspicious Characters in Petersburg. OFFKKF.O KNIVKS FOlt SALK Susprcts Claim to Have Purchased Goods in Pittsburgh, hut They Will He Held Cntil Police Makes Thorough Investigation. rSperial to The Times-Dispatch.] rKTKRSBl'UO. VA? February 27 ? Two young: white strnngers. giving: their names as Frank Smith and Charles .tones, wore arrested on Sycamore Street IhsI night by Chief of Police Kaglami ami 01!lc?r Prlchard, on suspicion of bring crooks. One of them broke away and was caught after a chase. Search of their clothes brought to view about 150 pocket knives, some of which arc of tine qualltj : razors, several line steel hack saws, several pocket flash light, brass knuckles, etc. They were offering the knives for sale at a small price. They claim that they bought the goods in Pittsburgh, Pa., but tJie suspicion is that a hardware store somewhere was robbed. The men will be photographed and they will be ...

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

MEDICAL SCHOOL HERE IS PLACED IN IIICHEST CLASS Mctlirnl Council Places Medical College of Virginia in <*roup I., ('lass "A, kxtkan<t: ktam>aki> kaihki> Kicliiiioud Institution Is Now Only Medical College South of Washington, With One Inception, in Highest Class. The McilU'iil College of Virginia lias heen placed in Croup I. < 'lass A. The "iily medical instilu!ion south of Washington Kivini; a fom-ycnrH' course that lias an equal rating is tin- University of Alabama, of Mobile. Tin* Council on Medical Kducation of tin- American Medical Ammh'Iiii ion in lis dassillcat ion of medical colleges in t?i?? I'nlted States ? revised to l-'ehruary 1, ItMS -placed the Virginia instil'itIon in tin* highest class. The action was taken at Chicago, 111., this month. when the Association of American .Medical <*olle?es, of which Uj" Medical Collcire of Vliginia a uiciithar, the oh ?\enth annua I confi'i piici1 of the AniCM...

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOB IICHAHD CHOP TO-DAY l?aM llito* for DoimI Soc rotary of Richmond fhamhor of <\unnu'rir This \ftcrnoon. IM KUMI A r l\ IIO|,l,\ WOOD Suiliililr lii'suluiioiis l\is??o<l at fallimI \|(y|in? <>f Hirtvi(ir> of t'haui!??*???D<*at! StTii'lan I'nloui/m! I?> Tho-e Who l.ahonM With Him. !? . ? fi'' t > Ct -v. Jn:i ? ?? TV <;??? ?? - ?! ? i. \V ? -. -i ? l Ihuhr. !T. W W<>6<1 WiUhun T Kov.l. K. i". I^alrd. Coleitian WOrtham. \Y T. Jntnos! i'Dr; Stiiiirt Mlchaux. Charles I>a> ? ? ;>?>rt :> ? ?' -.v. . !"? ? ? ma: W. >1. Hill. . <: C ? ? ? M T : C. V M- : :.Ui V ? " A'..: ? ? <-. c:*. -h - R S.w : - \ : Tarboroujrh. James W. Sharp. John < \ r -; .. I.. \V. Wise, IV C. Beverley. O. II " ? M 11 TUfft h) " A G." And- r - If ? ? t - . . ? ? V. P.V.-:-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

(55th YEAR PRICK FIVE CENTS VIRGINIANS WILL SECURE PLAYERS Strain, Ramey, O'Brien and Gray Awarded to Local Club by National Board. MAY NOT BE RETAINED Dunn Likely to Use Athletes in Trades?Sale of Berber Sanctioned. Kffortu of tin? Virginia l.f.nivi- to hold playors tinder n.-M-rv-- hy the liroad Stivri Park Corpora I Ion at tin- tlnir of Hit Hale ? ? f i In- franchise to tin- Itlcliinoiul Kxliihition Company, were friist rntyi-nterday hy tin- islon of Sec-j rotary Farrel. of Hit- National Association of l'mf?-n>doii.al Mnjodia 11 I ivho' hold thiit Strain, 'Jray. Katm-y and O'Brien were the property of the V:rStrain lad :Jread' in-.-ii sold t>> Fort Worth, T'-.xas for hut President Alviti M Smith tiniin-alat? ly | ?nt in touch with :h? - pnwcfH i-.iish- r iip, v.ith tin result that tin- ?] ? :?-ion was forth' otnlnt; at on-i Tin- scrap between th? Vlrulnln | l.i'liliiii' :ui?l tin- in w owners ? wlii-ii Toil Sloan was sold l?\ .lack I "imi tu Fort ...

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

RESTA. ENGLISH DRIVER. 1 WINS GlfflND PRIX RACE llritisbor Driving C?r, Lifts International l'lip in First Ainorhaii Fntry. Ill N WAS FFIil. OF l) \\(ii;i{ K\|x>Mtion Couiw Mndo Ditlicult mul KvlinuMing by Driving Kaiti. Harp Was Witnessed by Froutl of Kli.OOll t'orsons. s \\ K!:ANVI.>('". CAl. IVl-sua; > Partus fiesta. of liomloti. Kun rtrlvi- .i I'eujtoi i i on I'ari.s. !?>- < I > too'.; fistic \u ?? ? .1 I! ?: !??;??* tlie international ct i ?! up. and "loins mi ho u on 'lie ii OF'. itiilii'iiit. <1ana uimou :- i; ? \ i: i v.-i ni :? : oi i<\i TI." K? c list) man tt'l ?> 'Irovi- it - irst .?. i: t ? I'm: . .i .Si. t??s t.. > . :.?! \. was ?'hoortMl t! . I1" 7 mlle> <1 * tho r.ico v? ? lju* ? \pfsitnjii i-our?? l?\ v*n? ? ? ?M tis. othvfal * ? Hi 11: ri . 4'?."(*( lil;. ' . ? ? i ? \ ? ?. i r:i\-i' i.. avj rain? Mtt.nc t Me ;r ?>\." i?l U r...

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

IMPORTED HOUSES 10 RUN' III BIG KENTUCKY DERBY Noted Three-Year-Okl Will Kilter at Churchill Downs Next May. FIRST TIMM IN HISTORY .Ainerimit-llt-ctl Colts Have Always Been Kxelusivo Kntrics?LivlnjtMoii Has Imported Two Lustyl.ookinu Colts. I/U'ISVII.I.IC, KV.p Kebrunrv 27. A new feature will be injected in tli" St5,000 Kentucky I ??!??>. t' be decided ?ui May s at (?hutcj)lll I'owns. the opening <lay of tic* forty-first annual ?s|irhm meeting of tin* Now l.ouisvllle .1 oclti.-y <Mul>. l''or the first time in the long history of tin- icreat nu ?? among 111?- many noted tli i oe-yoit r-olds ? ntered will In; several imported culls i?f tin- rich Kng Hull blood lines There lisve been mnii\ tlinjn-vonr olds full of imported blood entered and ruued In the Kentucky Derby, but never before have entries boon named in lh<* classic which constituted |ioi ? fiirnn rn bred, foaled and raised abroad Wven In til'- American Derbj, tin- rich ev...

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

BKS n WITH ACCOSTING XOHHG WOMKN t'liujilit In Act by Hlcyole Policeman i Clarke, Who Was in Plain Clothes. I ill A HI) 111M CAM. IIKU "HAHV" i Woman Is Kiiiploycd at .lelVersmi lintel, and Was on ller Way IIoiih* From Work?Percy Diltard Also Arrested. Two men wore arrested last ninht on iTiarucs of Hccostlm: and annoyiim women 111 the public s?r? . ts. tleorfie \V. Hritus, .11 . tw?r.ty y. irs ol?l, a clerk lor t)?.' I'veMtt Waddey Inf., :t it ? 1 livlnu .it l !i? ? -st ? ' t? 1 <! Aparttm?ills, \\ i unlit n i1 ? ? I by l'ollceman I. N. i ? lvrc> I ?: 11 ;t?"?1. ??inployt (I b> t'? '> I i-"tul l-'ort: 11.1: i'orpor;iIioii, ? s : ; ? : t? ? I ?': ?inn I ? lii?r?i:.:- him w ? I" :: a: ilis<i-'br; y and , nnoviiiL- Mr? A: ? ? Tom y on tin- . i:. . i ? I ( . ? ; I; n !? 11 ,i m ? ? t ? ? I the mnn. Itrh:: . : . ??.'!?.!? t h* rsott lit-:- . bout v o'i'loi I; last . C li t. v.1 ? M <; I < . .. 11 ? "lit of liu ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

PART THREE Second News Section Industrial Activities of Itlclmiond ami tlio houth Second News Section Kdltorial, Heal Kstnte and Want Ad Pn^es PART THREE Goth YEAR KING FINDS HE FOR RACING S1UD Maintains Establishment in Fine Form, Despite Duties Brought by War. FAMOUS CLUBS MAY CLOSE Membership Dwindling, and Many Are Compelled to Raise Their Prices. [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.] LONDON. February C7.?In spite of the manifold new duties which the war lias Impose.) upon hltn, King 'leorgre finds time to look after many details connected with things 1" which Ik- is personally interested lie has thus never lost sight of his raeiirg stud, which Is being maintained in spl'-ndtd form, although tin- KIhk is not attend* Ing any rac? s o: running an;. !;:.:>ca during the war. That h?* Intends to do so trior. than ever when the war is ovi is ? vid'iil from the fact that lie recently rented Lord l*;il<*smero's stud farm, the "Kgerton," whh'h is much nearer Newmar...

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

Iii Spite of War Times. Tobacco Is Doing Fairly Well Kverywliere. II KMX A .NT OK S1IOHT CHOP (iOIN<; laocal Business I'air to Middling. Danville Market Is Votive?l.vnolihurc Doing Well ? Kenbritlge Looking Korwnrtl to Hotter Thiiifj*. Front nil of the leaf tobacco regions ihere coine reports of some dullness.! due in a large measure to tlse awful condition of the country roads, which condition has a tendency to Keep at home the farmer, who would otherwise he anxious to market whatever of the' leaf remains in his hands Kad roads' have bail their effect on all of the j luai kcis iit a way. but there are some j Markets that at' reachable l>\ good , toad? and these are in a nourishing I condition. Take Chase City and South Mill an?i Danville, for instanc Ooodj '??ails reach these markets . same mn\ be said of l.awrencovlllo and t KcnhrldRe. On the other hand South j Host on is- making some complaint of | the bad roads nnd so is the market of Hrooktteal. ?"lovei al...

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

STOCKS CONTINUE QUIET. ! WITH FIBIKI UNDERTONE! Xot a Mingle Issue Records Total i Turnover of 10,000 Shares in Whole Day's Session. SPKCIAliTIKS SCOItK ADVAXCKSi Equipment Issues Kast OfT on I'oor Showing Maile hy IlaMwin l>oro- J motive Company, Willi No Indira* j lions for Improvement of Business, j IIV HltOAIIW \v.\ l.t.. NI'"\V YORK, !*Vl?rua ry -7. -? Sloe Ism w??r? quiet to-itav. not u * okjo NMue nvnnllnK a turnover of pvmi nharo*. There wan ? ? continuation of Him r.rjn uin!ort?ni? to- ? 'rimy dlsplaye'l. ar.d Irrsli ii'lvancr* wore 1 m nre?| hv xpoilri I Hoc motor i ^ 11 ris ! leading Max a <*11 Motor f.r^t profnri *? t Up to <?.*! ? Jrtior .11 Motors jcainod . point*. j ?n?l Willis erland, 3%. Doth Studehnker Mini ?;<)("'( ifh :i'l\;iri"Ml nominally I'xit'lW ? ? repor'-, i.f itsi y ?? "i ? n r<*Milt? ;ni<l : *tron? Indicatiov * pro*perlty ilurini; 91C iiuvo '?iit ouiaK'Ml s|i?'cij| ition !11 (!m?v- l^suf", ...

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

JfirtimonMiim^-flispatrl) THIS TIMKH. rouiiOril 1SS.H 1*1115 PISl'ATt II. I'vuiuleU IS5l> Puhllnheil rirrv iln> In llir yenr l?y The* Tltnt-s-tllftimti-ti I'uMtsliInK t'?iii|inn.v. Inc. .\ilitrrxn nil foiuas&Olentlonn I HI. I Mll> - lll?l'AT(.ll, I'lmen-I llHpii tcli II111 Itli n t:, !0 South Ton III Street, Itleh mnnil, \ ii. tki.i:i'ii(?m:, iiamhu.i'ii i ."uhllentinn iMDi'r......... 10 South Tenth Street South II li'li tttiKiil . I020 Hull Street I'elernlmrjt. . . IOW .Norlli Sycninore Street l.jurlibiirit -IS' Kltflith J>tr?rl II 4MIIMH):-. , VTOIIV ?V IIHOIIKS, INC.. Speoliil AiIvitIIaIii,. !t?';?rejientnttvm. >?n \ ?rk 1'iHl I'iflti Avenue T * la 11 n <1 e 11111 In .Dlitn.'ll lite ! ulltlliiK Chlrnjcn. . ?Viilile'a t.n* llutll!?-.? SI list Itll'TION IIATKS nv MA II., One Six Three Onr l*OSTAt.i: l?AI|> Yenr. Mo*. >S .n. Mo. llnllv nil (I Sunilny. . . JfltltO J.'t (II) 51 .Ml !&am...

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

'the churches and to-day's services Samuel, the Victorious Leader Srriiion liy IIHV. I'U)\I) U. 'I'O.UKI.NS. Text?1 Samuel, vIi. 3-17. It is u dilllcult thing for a man ar- j customed to quiet exhortation to go out Into the open and stniKKlo with t?ln. Ami the ai'tlon i.s partlcularly 'lillicult when ho has to Inspire a multitude of ?-rri11tc and opposing people, llut <5od j has tiiih work to <lo for all of Ills leaders, anil they must not hesitate, however much they love the quietness of worship an<l prayer, to ohey His summons when lie calls. l-'or twenty years after .the arl< was returned from the Philistines, Samuel quietly taught the people anil urucil them to live rightly. Then he railed tliem to a great gathering at Ml/.pah, that they might worship aii'l pra> ami learn what ?Iod would have them do. The Philistine* heard of this antherlhg and drew neat to attack tiie Israelites, hilt <!o'l dlscomtited them and t...

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