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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS NATIONALS TO PUT jf^TER TEAM IN BRONX tuln T stn?n [nutoi.h,,, i nuel. ??lowers Kxpcct Amiminiow to'to LJc Made After Dirrc?weP tors Meet To-Day. lilted Bl ss ireciMOVK hi:I T llAHIiOW | t lnk th'hlo Must Do lMacod lloforo |f an **ll? Is Made l'p fur Season, good uu,j Wirks Talked (Ivor Initiation Yesterday. |airK nti"? v111 place :i train in tin llronx a?>)iil)ly !>?? made to-day or took according to all dope on th? I . Students of tlx1 baseball sit/j1 rl i* convinced that no other course Vrtsi. and that the powers high- r up Is, o :isriA to the transfer >>1' the ?1 ij, City franehi.se to upper New ,'ather than see the plucky minor l,< drift on tlx* shoals for lack of [ J *.j>let?; circuit. Auotlier season J ?i ? last would doubtlessly put it || . .tjul this fact is realized by the 1:,-r . lagnates. Jd-'i. is no reason why the InterI'i iial I.eague should riot ? utthe...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

STATE BEGINS FIGHT FOR I URRTHA WJtSHINGTON WILL i 1 Petition Filed In United Stutes Ku- j preme Court Against .J. 1*. Morgan. DEBT CASK 1'ltOCEEDlXCS West Virginia Excepts to FlmliiiKH of i Special Master Littlefield, ami Case Is Set for Further .A rKunient on .tprll 11). Attorney-General Joliti Garland Pol- | lard Is Jn Washington giving his at- , tentton to two cam-a in which the Commonwealth of Virginia In deeply In- ' terested. In one ease the State's in- . terest l? chiefly financial and in the ; other wholly sentimental. The Attorney - General yesterday made application to the Supreme. Court of tho United States for leave to -file a suit In he-half of the State, against .T. P. Morgan to recover tho stolen Martha Washington will. Ho i.s acting under Instruction carried in a resotu- j tlou adopted hy the General Assembly of Virginia, the .Ww York financier having' refused to s u-render the prized document to the Commonwealth of Virginia after negotiation.1* were long pending. T...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

H GOES III LIKE :<1UB IN STOCK MARKET ^ Mttlo Gusts of Iluyiiii; Tliat Simis of lOxpcctoil . i ? Hnrlnu Ailvant'O. |tte _ !>X PROVKS VKRV 1)11-1-tu? leadership Is Ketniiioil by dttntobilo Issues, While Stool [mite^iou Shows Advancing Ton"VIC t<7 on Buying for Pittsburgh. |e au Wfii nv tlttOA!>.\X WM I.. ;ltGd^"0'*'x. March 1.? March cainc a aic lion, in to-dnv's rtoi'H market. I > l *r" ">*'* KUMs of luiylni: r.hout I)i?? I ' t U t J. It KURgCI'tC'J carlv ulisna ?t III" th spring advance. Aetivltv .Mil not l prices rhnciml. nltliourh trains pre- ? f *d at the il"f ? ' ? iblle Issues retained their leader-8fOO'l'ls-OveiTir?d advancing more than |t,\V an>l Maxwell Motor 'irst preferred t StutU baiter hovered between J onim.in ?<dd up to I" on lutvlnc ntIS to I'lttsbut gh Interests. The mar lnt'iix stock was Marrow with a stood te of strength. Pacific. ?"llllie P\-illvl tend. touched 1'iig lor forel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

IMPORTANT NEWS of Cl?r. S(i(? nnd coiunfry can be found la the colurana of THE TIMES-DISPATCH YOUR WANT AD' mgil bf In the ofllcr i llratlon before O P. M. t? S roper rlanalflmtlon la mj'? (Moe. THE TIiMES-DISP 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGES JE???"?? FAIR PRICE 2 i t!) REIGN OF TERROR Arrests Balk Plot to Kill Rockefellers, Carnegie and Other Wealthy Men. THEN TO LOOT BANKS Throwing of Bomb in St Patrick s Signal for Beginning Campaign of Bloodshed. NEW YORK. March 2.?The discovery of an anarchistic plot aiming at ,h<! assassination of Andrew Carnal*. Cornelius Vanderbllt. John D. Rocker?Uor and his son, and other wealthy men. and tho Inauguration of a reign or terror and looting In New York City was announced by the police to-day! after they had arrested a man as lie Placed two bombs in St. Patrick's Cathcdral, where several hundred persons1 were worshiping. j To-daj s sensational development was tho culmination of months or work by ' r....

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

ssians f? allies Intend to Interrupt I lerco without declaring a' J the general belief was that, II States would cuter vigorous' [AY INTRODl'CE IBASIS FOR NEGOTIATIONS jsibillty that the allies' reply! >rmal proposals of the United J Introduce a baels for further, is along lines that would [necessary the embargo the ;e declared on neutral eotnrecognl^ed by officials Kenan Important factor In the |nr8e of the American govern-, the reply from England is* i Jig delayed, however, there is I In many quarters that thej [tates might send its protest Britain in a few days. Simmons, a White House -day, said the British-French . ?ould affect Southern cotton ' but would have more serious ; cotton mills. That, he said, ; to the fact tlint most mills ; [man dyes, and the supply on is country was very small, llnister from the Netherlands j at the State Department what j [lie Untted States Intended to j |He desired to send word to his lent, and the opinion was ex- j that the Netherlands...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

HO BEST' FOR CONGRESS I UNTIL ITS END, THUHSOAT liCuderK Kxpect Continuous Session In Kffort to Complete Legislative Program. FATE OF SHIP HII,L SKAI<K!> Greatest Aetivlty In Ilotli Houses Centers Upon Conference Heports on Appropriation lillls?Naval Program as Finally Agreed I'pon. Executive Session May Go On All Night WASHINGTON, Mnrcli 2,? In rxeeutHe Mt-NNlon lute tii-nliclit, (he Semite continued Hit* nofiilmi t Ioiin of four of (lie live members of tlie Federal Trnde ( omiiilnnlon, r? lI li liolitin n confirmation only from lirorcr Hublee, I'roKrrNNlrr, of Nrn llmnpnlilrr. ItcpiiblleiiiiM vlgoroiiNl y opposed Mr. Itublee, nnil ilcliiilc on It Im mime continued lifter the other!* hail lirt-n approved. I ndlenllonx itire that llir MwiiOve M-Mliin in Ik lit Inol until to-morrou. Tho four whinf noinlnnflonn ?rore ronllrniril orei .Nncpli IJ, Dories, of Wlnoonnlii I Kduaril N. Hurley, of Illinois) W. ItnrrlN, of <;eurKtn I Democrats?, ami &g...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

feful II AY 7 1 LJ I Ethical nts Woman and Home Talks Morning Mory iliWHWIK'S BOOTS. I II J" Isola Korrmter, : left them herself under the hotel room the night before l for iCiiKland. They were boots. She hud had them ?ially for all those wonderful Jaunts that she had been on for months. They were ido of soft, flexible en If. with ftumnetal finish. The heels too hitth. Just what a proper heel should be. Altogether, ! eminently desirable boots, t see what you can do about Amy said, in eousinly apathy, aek in her steamer chair and ifeamlly over at the studious ear-bv. Amy had noted him hour out and was preparing j already. "You can write to to save them for you." them'." repeated (.'? w ennl e. ire they now V Probably the ?tiTTinaid tcrabbed them. Maybe ?re not under tlx? bed. Come to ?t of it, 1 thlvk 1 stood them just Ind the dressing-room door; or f it in tlie wardrobe?" Wireless after them," murmured lly. the next cousin in the steamerlr row. "Or, wait?can't you sent] ers back by ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

ANTIJUC BILL AMENDED TO PROVIDE ELECTION Senato Pusses Measure in Form Which (.'nils for Hatiilcation by People. NOW GOKS HACK TO HOUSE Provision Added in Senate Already | Has Been Defeated in Lower Chamber? Anti-Saloon lieiiRue Leader Is Hopeful of Success. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] ItALKHJIl, N. C., March 2.?The Senate t)tls afternoon passed tho antljupr bill, from the House, by a vole of 13 to &, after amendments by Senators Stuhbs and Gilliam bad been adopted, providing that before It becomes operative it must be ratified at the polls by the people of th?; State at a special election to bu held on the second Tuesday In August. There was a further amendment, by Senator Gardner. that If tho bill falls of ratification at the pells by the entire State, then certain specified counties, thirty-two In all, shall have the act applicable to them, provided the people of the county voto in favor of Its ratification. (;<n:s hack to not si-: I'oit its ro.Ncriiri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

mxui ?me^flispatd) IKS. Poundril I8SS U?ATCH, Foutiilrd 1S5? pied every rtny In tit*" yenr l>y The Tlmm. 1'iililtnhlnK Company, Inc. Aililrcjtn u'.l Itcnllnun to 'l it!-, '( IMK!> ? IHSI<AT( It. ]l*p?(ch llullri liift, HI South Tenth street, lid. Vu. TKIiEPIIONK, HAXDOI.ril 1 lion Office 1U Suulh Tenth )i(rcrl lllchraontl Iti'iO llnll Mrect Mirer. . 109 Xortli Sycftiuorc Street furie SIS I'.IkIiOi Str-"* lASnilOOA. STOIiY Jt il/toOKS, IXC.. I^pwlnl Aclverttnlu.. ^vprritriitntlTm. |ork :m?<? i-'lfih Avenue |i-lphla Wntual I.lie ulhllnp i'l-uplv'a l>un null'"' -j SCI1SCIt I I'TION H ATI-IS MAII,, One Six Thrre ?mr A?3LJ I'Ain Yenr. Mrt*. M ;a. Mo. find ^Stmriny . . . .*0 . <H> j:?.00 51. >10 S .RS ? only 4.<?0 2.011 1.O0 .US ny o;tl/ 2.00 1 00 .50 lly Tlmea-Dlnpnteh Carrier Delivery Srrrloe In Irlirnonil inml nuliurliK) null rrlmliiiric. ally with Minilnv, om* nn-K 15 cents nil? it i(ln&...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

FASHIONABLE SOCIETY j HAS INDOOH GOLF FUG; t Ten Tablet* in Jefferson Palm Oat-den Are Thronged Kaeli Afternoon. 1>I6. KIONT TO SI'IOAK ON Tit A VIOL j Will Address Woman's Club of Ginter Park This Afternoon?Interesting KiiKUKcmcnts Are Announced. Kaeh afternoon In the wunlt. with the PM'Cptlon #?f Saturday, finds the fashionable society set gathered about the pretty tea tallies in Hit- palm narden of tho Jefferson, or watcliInK with Interest and enthusiasm the Indoor golf that Is played there. These teas, which mark tlil,cnten season each year, are conducted at present for the bene! It of the open-air schools of Itlchmond., and ar?* given under the host known |;.itrnnaK<i In town. Friday Mr*, '-'rank W. Duke will render a numh"r of violin selections during the afternoon, and the tea room will lie crowded to hear her. Mrs. Duke Is one of the leading musicians ifi Kichmond. and her program for the afternoon will he ,1 very charming one. Hostesses for this aftern...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

. ? ? ??? =.-i?j ; r-y- . ? .1 t; , ' n ,, .1 u !PORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD II SPORTS 1 PREDICTS GOOD liEM FSB MCHMIM ? national Iica?ue President Sn>: f'lat OrKMHl/.atu?n Has Weatlioml the Storm. \ IllCiHliV fOMlM.l.MKNTKl J-ow Says .Jersey <"ity Situatioi lill He Adjusted., niitl Thai Fed" f-al Opposition in Newark I- Not [(?lions?Dunn Hest Munajiet. i>fl prospects for the coin'"" re seen by resident l.dw ? |rr v. of tl?.- Interiintloi \\vah"? I i letter \ esterday. Presid. n '* ?r_ ?Av said that things "' ' Flora: splendid >. and. w l\i 1? _?> I h rd task, he thought thu > Ja cn out in Ms iiirlit to Uot.* *?? Ijraniz.itlor. r>:i it^; f?'et ;. fi |?,-t sldent "arrow f"< '1,1 'il'f- that iti- hm-md f ? . ; lWeH ; .tistied ."".li III" ,-M,. t .* th.- th ?At th- s !. -? t.>? nut : the Virginian loadei a lU M* ? in "tile fcfuilnow. AK-ln Sh.^esVAeAt of th&...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

EDUCATION tSSOCIIHOII MAY BE FORCED TO DISBAND Lack of Financial Support <'au?es SeriouH Embarrassment to Work. HAS BEEN HIGHLY HL'CCKHHPL'Ij / .School Lcukucs Planted All Over ./ Strtte, and Very Substantial Hermits Obtained in Keniote Sections. Has No State Aid Unless more generous ..'out ri bullous lo the fond needed to carrj on (lie work of the Co-Operativo Kdurutlon Association of Virginia are speedily forthVomlng tho campaign in the interest '? of education, which has l<"en successfully prosecuted In theountry districts will have to bo partly suspended, the organized system of the association will be seriously disrupted and the siilistuntlni results obtained in remote soctions of Virginia, wh'-re tills organization lias done its most notable wyrk, will ho to a great extent nullified. The situation, according to statements of olllcers of the association. Is especially def?lorabb> because of the fact that tho work of the association, which Is lar...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

?K WK MARKET EXPERTS ttPECT SHIRP ADVANCE [T? Arc Watching for Speculative 'l _jerest SnOlrient to Start l"p?,j. ward Movement. lJ) ?E: S TRADING IS NARROW inn* Iv Prices Finn ami at Times .XIust Buoyant, I'mlertone Is <>pmlsttc, ami Apparently Stovks to About Heady for Spring Ilise. ?v nito\i>.\\ \v\i.Im TV TOttK. March Trading wn* ?nr ? )-dny. with t>r !? ??*? firm. lit tlm*"* nn?t n 1 in? ? t Imiovhn(. Th?* ?.iiui^r: ntio ptlmlNtlo. Appar<nti> tlic m:?rk?*t ?<nt L'il i (.r' M?xweM IK ?? OOI1 n-I i.V.mi Third February N !)?- to n<1\ a r> ninbll" Issue* |o:,.1. with !??? < fluidifying for the ??ti?l >ir* ?ith a fresh advance |.. r'?, * ro*r !>;. mi l Willis lIVTll' ? lit. Traction* were itninp e ?ol.1 at !>'; 1 rt?Ik ? 11 - vpected to sh't" t k ro?* l*u re tso of vlth a ml tii.-:e--s" of ? '>. Inter-?h-Mot rop-cltali pr?-f?rr&...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

jRirinraml) (IkeS-fltepaWj SIXTY-FIFTH TEAR. I 1 ADMITTEDLY THK BEST MEDIUM IN THE BOUTll FOR CLASS- ? IFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT A I). RATES. DAILY. ono cent n word when pal<l tn ad- ?? ..ce. No od. taken tor 1*83 than 10 conts. " jSf)A*, one and one-half cents a word for <. all claailtled art*, except Situations Wanted at one rent a word. No ad. taken for lean than 16 cents. NO ADK. taken for leci than 2f> cenla when charged or phoned In. Phoned orafr* not guaranteed. ClaijutfUatlon* not guaranteed uflar 9 P. M. WANT AID COPY For publication In the classified columns imiHt bo rocelvcd at the ufllco of publication, !?? South Tenth Street. Before 9 Fo Mo to insure proper classification in the next day's issue. Radhimniomidl T n mm ? a-D n & jp a ft c fin DEATHS. BANNISTER.?Died, at her residence, 411 East Byrd Street, on Tuesday, March 2, ROSE, wife of Thomas J. Bannister. Funo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 March 1915

J MORNING STORY <? TVomiin'i l*?Be will afford a /err mlnulM romtnl rcyuon dally. 3 TIMES-DISPATCH REAL OPPORTUNITIES are often foand In tbe little ?torlrs told In the Want At* It |iny? to rend them. THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Center Smart Wash Dresses for Girls For the Little Tots of 2 to 6 Years and for the Bigger Girls of G to 14, Including the New Feature in Intermediate or Growing Girls' Sizes of 12. 14 and 1G. Exceptionally good values in a variety of pretty patterns and stylish, serviceable materials. $i, $1.25, $1.50 and Upwards to $7.50 The 2 to 6 \ ear Sizes Come in an almost endless array of new ideas of French gingh a m . Rates crepe and fine madras. Dainty "Dorothy T w i s t" Dresses, with a ,little skirt that buttons on to the waist, for $1.25. A Two - Tier Skirt Dress, new and as chic as j they make them, . for $1.00. The pre 11 y styles of French P 1 a i d Dresses, worked out in entirely new French designs, $8.50. Novelties for the little miss in DRES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 March 1915

WANT AD. PUBLICITY I'uta /our ijurnt for a situation on aatrtctly bunloesa bails irh?a Ton advertise In THE TIMES-DISPATCH JJiclimonii ffime^-Pi^patrfj THE WAY TO Mr;- frequently be found * nmnll ad. In the .columns of THE TIMES-1) vtyv 65th YEAR x?mi"!k" -RICHMOND, VA? THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGES ^";MCLOUDY PRICE 2 CI , FRESH OUTBREAK OF CATTLE DISEASE Winchester Reports Foot-and-Mouth Infection, and GovernP ment Extends Precautions. NO CHANGE IN HENRICO Federal Authorities Quarantine Entire County as to Outgoing Shipments Only. Following advices rcreived l?v State Veterinarian .1. ??. Ferneyhough yesterday afternoon of the oulhreak of the foot-and-mouth disease on two dairy farms near Winchester. orders were issued J?y <!overrior Stuart cautioning all sheriffs ami Coinmoiiwfallirs :? 11*? ?? - nevs to prevent herds being drivn into Virginia across the border from quarantined States. The order will also prevent rattle front quarantined States, passing through ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 March 1915

ap<l arc considered to be in .1 postilion an the Cermans, ? left their imlways behind ?>? the west Is concerned. the 03 " (Tensive in the Champagne retinues to be the outstanding ^'of the campaign. The French vave readied the highest points ' ground north of I'erlhes ami I ?<r. anil must be near poslwhich they oa ti shell the ? llway-that runs to ih<- mir nnan liu< ami maintains <? <>?ii n between the tlerman for ? elms iiiiil V.idun lute l>. i .'i fight inn t none to t ompate i i that i:t Oia ;upa i; li le a 11 led t axaiii I Inula nel I. ?! . ? .1 : he t lift I oft. HSiVe ill . ( ' e Neat st auai'i s ? >i? ? i11 litm linht. The It issians have distill' t j?lii:cess b\ lite eap- < tlti' Turkl-M poi ? <>f Khopa. .1 l-irck Sua. ft.-: ? with 1; the Turk - ir. thi" Cam asus drew part of pplles IIUIM. Slir.l.l> OX Kill. \ Ml i \ i?&...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 March 1915

VIRGINIA WILL RECEIVE Hill Passed by (.'oiigrotiM After Series of Defeats Covering Last I u-enty-Fivo Years. WlliSOX WILIi HI(i\ it TO-DAY Seores of Persons, Cliiirelies and In-j stitutions Finally Will Itereive | I'ay men t for Property Destroyed ?>.v Federal Troops Diirliife War. Institute's Claim for $ I 00,000 Granted WASIUMJTO.N, M.irel, .1 Thr IIouno ?<>-?lKli, icraiKril ll.r ?f J *?rKloli. Military Inntltulr, I'MIukIiiii, Vt,.. for >f I(MI.OOO drimnK<.M h> "trurt,,.,, 0f IH>rnp}' mi,] .iIImt |>r<>|i.Tt> l?v ilrr wlirn IVdrnil under (iru, rni lllinlfr. ciilrrril f|M. i??? |n imh. Thr Mil \yn* rnllril M^pr,.. "cnlwtlve I'IoimI, ?f \ |rKliil?. |, ? MH PH-MmI, ,s? ;:r. w<>p(| tin* Irruldeut. W(i?liliiU(i,n. i). c.. < | ?I'.. 't'i ?>. | 1 HI,.V? . | 'h;;.nn,nihu* ?w?r : I .hT , ,K,.? ?? ,. I". ,V> """I mow !...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 March 1915

seful \VT } LJ Ethical ints Woman and Home Talks Morn in n; > lory i r\Ti:vi> .wo roi.i.v. Uj MoM> >1 ??Muster. f 0 \V?S <! ISIMII'.I -.1 (1 .V .oil Hit' st> j>s li-ailiuv to 111^ l liuusi In tva'.i/.eil tit it Inmall inotli 1 <>[ !? i: ji.it' ir .? : IvIihw 1. lie. in i .. worn ! lU'Wl It ? lU'Ml'! I< Ii in ' i' t rain i Ii : t li.nl ? an I liitn . tl flMIII til' I. II.I i . ? i > oit j ? V Or, slllCr lit. ll II. was 11 ??t ii ? u alul ? 'it i in- on th' 'r.i .. : ??!?<? < ?'I ri' t ? .? \ i . ?.?;?- to liis V?ntent. All Ik ?ll?l know t 111- Won M not : ;???;;?! .1 im! i< !' ? r ><'t atioth*!- 'toni oi Itrain ' ry in;. ;? > ;n. ? tit ? ~ r. ??? CI" 1. I ll' I of .. It 1- II' P.l'l ratio r 11 ? . i \ i 1 v on tin- ont'om^ Vistl I ? ? t ? Ii :i:i II . ? I ii;lt I ?> ?rj|' uons i . iv. x\ ?...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 4 March 1915

BONDS OF PETERSBURG ! FOR STREET WORK SOLD They Find Iteady Market, and Bring Par?Fund to He I'sed in j Improvement*. OTHKH .BONDS STILL ON HAND Issue of $100,000 for Hreetion of Schools for'Colored Children I'robahly Will He Disposed of Soon. Many Inquiries Received. [Spoclal to The Times-Dispatch.] I' KT K RSIH' Tin, VA.. March 3.?At the Council meeting lust night Vicechairman .McKcnni*., of tho Finance Committee. sta ted that the SSO.OOO of city bonds Issued for street roadway itnprovyments. .iad been hoIiJ at par, including accrued Interest. Thf ?100,000 of bonds I ssuod fr>r the erection of school buildings for colot ed children, hav: not yet been sold though thorn lut'vi- been imm'Tous Iih|uIiI'-k for them. These bonds all bear t per cent interest, and run for forty years. The business of the ('oiitir:! tast night was iron fined m;iinK" to routine mattery; the reading of rerv>rts submitted by <? 11n olllcers granting appropriations to meet tho ...

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