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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 March 1915

PounilimI 1SSS ?I'ATCH, Kounileil IS5t) iln'rt every ilnj In the yciir by Tin- Tlmea ll> ('ubllKliliiK* Compnti v. Inc. Ailtlrenn nil |)]i< atlona to Till. '11MKS - OISI'ATCH. |lH>pnt?-li lluililIiik, jo South Tcntli Street, luul, Vn, TKliEI'IlOMO, It A >1)1)1.I'll I fn'mn DiBof lo Smith Trntli Street IllrhinotiU lid) Hull Street ? I'lirK 100 .North Syenmore Street flibt.rs 2JS Cluhth Str?c1 IM"BnOH,V j'TOHV A IIUOOKS, INC.. ?clnl Allvcrtl*l:i. preventatives. ^ <>/k !!0t) Fifth .\ vi1 n ne Ioil?-l;ihln Hutunl I.ill* ullilloK .i'mnlc'i lini null-'-: SI nst IIII'TION ItATKS [ft Mill,, On? L r VOIS PAID Venr. My nml Stinilny . . . .90 .00 iij only. 4 oo i?in> only . s.oo Sis .Mon. 5:t(M) ^ oo 1 00 Three SI n. 91. no I .00 .no One Mo. 1} 1 inie.H-I)lspnt< h fprrlrr Deliver; Service In 'lunontl (nuil miliurlit) nml I'elmburEi ll> with Stim!ay. one week... 15 rents ll> without Siimliiy, one week 10 reiitn itiny onlj n eent? ictireil .Inmitiry ontl-olniN mMI" ...

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. — 4 March 1915

Howard Clmmller Christy Kutertuins Informally for .Miss Alice Itlll'H'Clh I{<!?'||. MISK KIHSII WKD8 AT IIOT1X Marries Haphacl I'lcw.cr l.evleii, of ?Now \?>rk, in Presence or Small Company of Relatives ami Friends. Miss Sue liurouKliH Hntertalned. ?Mr. ami .Mrs. Kdwln <\ r^(ir,i lh-ir niece. Mips ,\llo?* Cui-well n?e<l. "? Klehinond. were "i.tcrtniued infor mally Monday afternoon at the studio "f Howard ''handler Christv In New V?H< City. Mr Mr,, r.ul.cl and . IIkf R< ed ;u o "pending some time In <!'* Nor. U. , j?. latter will later ill- 11ohi ,,r !i iondn in Kingston. iunHin, a ?f handsome honor her Ij'vlen?Klr*li. ' I" mat rix, ,t1 Min.v Mary Kirs), of M,'y. Sad!- Marn.se K,r? ! ... >?onn:,,.,nt Avenue. t., Ilanhae. Hcxncr Levi,-,,. Mr. and Martin |,..\len. ..f New y.,rk In^ a - T" "v v'wlt,,<>ay *ven ?"i. ??>? r,?.,.v"' ?;tt ',da,1C". and took pi;,,. ,n , ,l,?o:n of i|,e hotel. i?r y v alks-h uf!|rluted. An r.,o|,oSt,a i,I-i J'-'vouaiLK I.-and "...

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. — 4 March 1915

(ports ? NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 3 sports] MAKES NEIL BALL 1ELB CAPTAIN BE TEAM Will Put Veteran in Artive Charge <>f Team During (iiinips. I\S orT T\vc? r MI-OHMS Iicinians Will Wear (?ra> AIiidiuI and White at Home?Harrow He* uics That Majors ll.nl (liven l umU in Help League. BISONS ARE SOLD 'I lie 1 ntcrmit ional l.eiignc I el it!? piiKsrtl from llic li it ml .*? of .Ineoli I.I. Moln tu-ilny, nnil In* ??lll lir mi [longer Irii-nlltlril ultli (lit* dull. hnM' milil n cr j penny'* worth of inj Hfix'k. mill I urn out of Iibkp linll," nnld Mi'ln. itlirn ? 1<<- piTmuuirl of Ihr stockholder*' lionril mii? mi nouiieril. Tin* lending ImikIiicn* mvn nnil clti olllclnl* of llufTiilo lire flic holder."* of (In- stool* Ntrln mil I. I*nt Donovan, formerly ullli llic Pittsburgh Viitimiiils, llrooUltn. Washington mill Itoston \ merit-iiiiM. [hIkIi purchased stock in llir dull, will lin'onic inriiiniri'i' of tin* llllljr Clynier. last ;r?r'? miitiugrr Itlic Hlx...

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. — 4 March 1915

MIL GUARD IK SET ; PI* Ffll GOVERNMENT ! Atljutant-Ucuornl Halo Helieve* ! tie San. Should K.vtoud Aid to J Organized .Militia. t'HAMHKltLUN HIM, I WVOKKI) ! friends of tl.c, Measure Nmv Peml-! !"g ( "J'Krvss believe Its |?as. Mould Insure More Adequate l>e-! ?,,Vei l-.'nlnrKinK Army. ' of majority! tnr tol,,'h w?l? the mill nf",U "r <> untry. Adjul xii t - ??' U' V' S:,|r Mi?vn the tin,. ?>b C""1 'I... , pov,.,.,,. V,0"M - ?" PromSi- , , % r,rrV:,,,i,"-n"v ,,r ? - v pro\ Miiiic ? <?inpen.salioii r?>i ?N'ltlonal ?;ii:im.?i i. ii I ill.II.- s?.|it!i,?.?t c.h-h m.i r.-,v..i n ,?:ui"nst . Stviday. "a,,,| ,r , ji)ff(J ? aU? I" '" Imv.: an nut.. ! "'?? M.O?U X;, ,s only notation" that"'lli --IN v. rrrr^::;r ommlttce on Milltarv \ ? pon.atlon for >,inula ti'i. aliowii "" '"??? r,,i'Klnp from :> t.? : ?, n4- V1V ' r??o of ofllcci ?. ?.1,1 26 Parent f.ir cnl.H,;,, S?1"'" ? NPftoPftSRi.v iti;i'i:i{|iKn IO TO Ah ".MILITIA I'Al" I.'imik instances Ulls it:lh becM ?>ro...

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. — 4 March 1915

IT SEMI-INVESTORS r ?? \r? Heady to Buy When Issue Sliow Tendency Tuwanl I l? vartl Movement. l,v XXCB M,V .m AT ..AM ''u- Yz:rr "?,* Hiowfng Total T ?'vH?anK ?"'<> Shares? lwrn"? ?' --'T. , ,?w:UM'; n'- **??? ... ?'?ToS",,,P: ^r?^?rKvM3 I' ' np rlr.le, ? <*"? Th!s ntt??"*crvn ??'lf ? C* ?' i I fis1 1 ^ZTVn"" 11 1 v 1,1 '??? _ r<J nuivp.im,,! -i? -i !,1r ' "iron 1 ?. ? ITJ.il 1. " 'lltje u>rn h' ' 'V/'Vl u",, ?' l urnovrr .. Jl n?ni.v N.?io? ' Y'.S- ???? t'r.-n " ket ?Uf.|,iay( ,| ' , ",ls ""ariiM ... criitlfv |, ?, Usurp! 1... .'oMorr. nro o'C... i . , .' V^r p",r<^ \- m' r-:,'1,.' !7 "" " . C.on,ml r.inti,. ,.r ." "" * ? ?? Mia*, t "??'?? r. .-?.|.t Iin-pst.ir, ;u,.i 'n '":"TP '."mnn ?o1!or. ? ??"??* -:tl. rtl"c ; r !>?-?! jn w ?. ' v h:*l?i: ? ?Ik/ ooiHhi,,., '? lui> ?;'? Sr iZ ?if .v. <?nior i,.| ? .>v? :v ,J- -aSTi 't ?*. I bin Jl'l t.-nort !.tr: , ?l!l1"' Tn.v ..... frvas. 'V?5 0,'~ nn.l :(<(|v, i', r ??""line ???. '?tnrnC1sj;iV";: ',M ! Vc "",...

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. — 4 March 1915

jRidrmtml) ?me^0i5palrll SIXTY-Klh'TIl Y F.A It. ADMITTEDLY THK UK.ST MEDIUM IX THI'J SOUTH KO1t class ified auvkutisino. Ti:i.!<:i'IIO\K vol II WANTS TO J Til K TIM lift I MSI'ATOH tflAMIOI.IMI I I ItAMKII.ril J \\ Wl" All. ItATKS. ' IUII.V nt??^ rout ;i \vor?l \vh?*ii pnl?l In u?l viliic*. No xnj. takrri for Ichh than 14? lent*. MNDAV. <>n?' an?l one-hair < enlH a vsutil for nil cluniltteil nils. o.vept SUuutlona Want ed nt one cent 11 vvui'il. No i?<t. taken for IenH than 1"> i onls. MS All!>. taken for U'ln tlinn < outs will it i'hftri;p'l or phonu'J lit- t-Mtone.l ortl'*ra net K'larnnte.xl. ('lsindillriilliit)ii not Kuurai. '??nl ?fteV 'i I' M WANT AID COPY For publication in the classified columns must h? rccelved at the hIIIim: of publication, '0 Soim !: Tenth Street, Before S Fo to insure proper classi fication in the next day's iSS'lc. if b liifii & >D a s ]p a; t c fa MHIIIHSTEH. I ?t?d. si? lift r< v(<l< Hi ??. 2'<(' IZ;? > ( ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 March 1915

UR FOOD PROBLEMS ? J find m notation In tlir dally l?ru?ialona of Mnrtlin "Wmtovrr n lh? Mvnmn'K I'Mgr. HE TIMES-DISPATCH YOUR WANT AD COPY munt lir In tlir offlcr of pub lication brforr O 1>. >1. to Inatire l?roi>rr Ion In nrit d?)'? Innur. THE TIMES-DISPATCH "77ie Shopping Centre" Rvmainn Coat-of-Armi The 'Coat-of-Arms' Tie! The Latest Novelty in Men's Neckwear. The coat-of-arms of each of the belligerent nations, exquisitely woven in five colors in exact reproduction. A Tie that can lie worn without offense to the most sensitive nature, or kept as a souvenir of the world's greatest war. "Russia," "Austria," "Germany," "France," "England"?Each One in Five Different Colors. A novelty that's sure to prove popular with every man who "follows the fads"! AT MILLER <S: RHOADS ("The Men's Corner") EXCLUSIVELY! Sixty-Five. Cents Each French Coat-of-Arm? German Coat-of-Arm? m Ukff&RfcMi English Coat-of- Arms Austrian Coat-oJ-Arms STUART URGED TO ATTEND BATTLESHIP LAUNCHING ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 March 1915

\ LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About distinctly frmlolnr thing* thnt nomrn unut to know? every day In THE TIMES-DISPATCH CULTIVATE THE of rmdInK thr Want Thry trll of manr direction*. THE TIMES-DISP 65th YEAR ?Vh,k?<?? RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1935.?TWELVE PAGES CLOUDY PRIf.F. Fading Hours of Session Are Enlivened by Strenuous Scenes. WILSON IS WELL PLEASED Congratulates Members, Making No Reference to Projects That Failed. WASHINGTON, March 4.?After two years of almost continuous session, the Sixty-third Congress, which revised the tariff and the currency system of t lie nation, supplemented the trust laws, created an Income tax. and dem onstrated the first popular election of I'nlted Stales Senators, ended at noon to-day. When pavds fell In the House and Senate signalizing the adjournment, they marked the <-Iose of half of Presi dent Wilson's administration, the first under domination of tho Democratic party sine.- lV'j.V Strenuous scenes enlivened the fad ing hours, devoted...

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. — 5 March 1915

ussians ei on the results obtained wlth stralt. tside, the Dublin demolishod an vntlon stntlon on the Oallipoli )6m1a. and the Sapphire bombarded r.tid troops Rt various pointa in Oulf of Ardratnyti. Six modern Aeld suns at Fort B hav? destroyed, bringing the total (nbc of ftunn demolished up to forty. Fitu h battleship? bombarded tli<' aii torts, and wrockeil the KnvnI; |ipe ? Bhlll SV'HJKCTIOX ALWAYS COlNTIiU l? AMSTERDAM, March < (via bondon) \ri Interview with Envor Pasha re> ?'Mng the bombardment of the Dnr< teiles, as jrlven in a copy of th< inkfurter Zeltunp. which has reucheu isterdam. la rk follows: The action, which began February so far, has achieved nothlnc mo if n heavy damn#*' to some forts at extreme entrance to the Dar lelles. On the second day the horn ditient overturned six puns, killing r men and woundinp fourteen, but tho first day only an observation i'cr was killed and one man wounded Of the overturned guns, thf"?e were lin placed in position the...

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. — 5 March 1915

V,,Kl? CI,arK?l With Manslaughter i? Connection wah I>eath of Waldo it. |$,,||ou. F,VK 1*11 VHIC'IA.\S T K K T I V \ They Swear There Is KvMence of hither of A fillet ions on Which Ac rn.sefl Woman I?i,,s Her raid, >o \\ ill Take Sinml \e.vt Week. -Mrs. Helen Anjrl... authoress. divorcee! *nd wealthy Bohemian leader, sat Ik-'' r?r? a of her peers and for. .-,1 J smile to hot- Plilt.| ||,m, to-.Ji,y. while j physicians all hui sl.att..r. ,I her "Ten.se that Waldo It. IJallou, million-i "ire clubman, whose l.att-r?ri hodv tvaJ found In front of h.-r fashionable apart-i h. Stan,for,I. met his i throuuh accident. H i* claimed forced about H,J m ile when she entire,, ? the second .lay of her trial on a -*rge of manslaughter. ||..r attor Sv n;;:r f?at hbiiou, f.M ' yea i s ohl. cJui.man ar.d poll-1 tic,an, ?iunK,.(1 llown Uio Mt.||rwav? , to?'????.?<* r(.;rTu,v,,f a Hir,,k'?"{or ?'?till, s., minK'there w i? '?> this contention. for ' miVh* T' '"rfor"u"1 u tops'/ on th? ho.ly s...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 March 1915

Jseful Hints Woman and Home Ethical Taflks i:e M o rn i n g tory III It SniAVUK I'ASSKMiClt. IIv i luriann ^Incklr. dozen motor cars waited at Hose h station for arrival of the 6 '?< "Iiu ironi town. P rjorio Mono s?t at the steering of her own little runabout wait u; " her father. Mr Stout usually niim' u 011 the 6:30. but tliis evcnlnp i w;.s not amonp the passengers hur ;:l into tli<> waUiim 'motors and kiciiv whirled away over 'he perfect ?Aja is to comtortahle noities ami wait - im: . wiers i' ? ir- ! must wail until tln< T fiu i Marjorie. ;i> the tr>ln <ii?-?v out ii?i ttie platform becaim <|uite de* "erli T'.'- stxit ionmastei appeared around lu < orner of iho house, touched his '?sip >uil llion crossed the track to the ,.v lii*** collage. where tic lived. Ml l>c back brfove that Gift from *l:? ? ast." h<- r? m. rked. ' M rjorie nodded ? hii? not in . :? tod hi Ira from tli. cast. I; "ds san : in Hie trees? locusts ??!.? ezed in t ) ? long ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 March 1915

LEAGUE WILL PREVENT CHARITY DUPLICATION - I It Will Assist In Intelligent Girliif; and I'nt End to Street Begging WORK IS ONE OF SYSTEM Bureau of I it format ion to Bo Estab lished So That All Cases May Ho! Studied and Waste Done Away With. < 'Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 PICTKltSMCHi}, VA., March 4 ?Tho I.eague of Co-Operative Charities, re cently organized. ami composed of rep resentatives of the various churches, business associations, civic, benevolent anil charitable societies in the oily, will not, as?iiiulit he suspected, handle char ties, hut will assist in intelligent giving by preventing street hcgginr;. frauda and duplication in charities. In order to accomplish thin a bureau of infor mation is being established, whereby al! applications will he tabulated and all information secured concerning every applicant, so that the worthy may ob tain what they need and the public j protected from the unworthy. In other [ words, tho object of the league is to systematize char...

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. — 5 March 1915

irfmumfo (Iinie?-$}iSpntri) l?K I'IMBi, rounded 1889 III; I)|S1?ATC1I, Pounded 1850 rul'llihfU every dny lu the year by The Tliuea lapaich Publishing Company, Inc. Aililmi ml) hub -intention* to TIIK 'I lMi:s - DISI'ATC 11. Imr?-Dl*i>ntch UulldiiiK, JO South Tenth Sirrrl. WlifnOlld, Vs. TKI.EPHONP,, HAXDOMM1 1 I'iiIiM' adon Onico lO South Tenth Street oimIi lllchroond. 1020 Hull Street ?rirr?hurj; toi> North Sycnmoro Street ..jm-iiburjc 218 lilifhth str??" ( UASDKOOX, aTOllY & BltOOKS, INC., , Special Advertising: Hc.preNcntntlrc*. !\on York 200 Fifth Avenue |;l'li'!.id(t|>hl? Mutual I.lfc ; ulldlnK OilniBo i'co pie's (inn UuHi!'-!,i Sl'BSClllPTION IIATB8 MAII., One SI* Three one I'OSTAtili: PAID Year. Mo*. Mob. Mo. Dully nnd Sunday.... |>fl. OO J.VOI) ft .ISO If I Dully only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .:!*? a Sunday only 2.00 1 00 SO My Tlnicn-DInpatch Cnrrler Delivery Service In Itlt-hmonri land nnhurbe) mid IVlrmliurg; Daily ^vlth Sunday, one vreek IB cent* Dally without Sund...

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. — 5 March 1915

SOCIETY TIKES PART | IN MM GOLF TEAS' Many Quiet Diversions Take 1'lacc of linger Affairs During Lent. DAXCK AT WK8TMOK KI j A NI > J Members of Various I'atriottr So- j I'teties to Meet To-l)ay for Pur pose of ArranK'iiK h liij? Ha/.aur at 11 lues' Armory. Mrs. John T. Anderson, of 90S West Franklin Street. left Richmond Tues day for a short visit to Now York Oity. J Mrs. Anderson tn In N>'w York to visit Jer son, Jainon W. Allison, Jr., who In a student at Columbia I "ill vcrslty this session. I \fTiiItm of T??-Uny. Mrs. J. M. Rosenbauin, Mrs. Frank W. Duke anil Miss Martha Maury Rob inson will be hostesses t..ln afternoon at the indoor Kolf tea held in the palm garden of the Jefferson Hotel. Mrc. Frank Duke will render a nuinbei o* violin selections during the afternoon, and the tea room will be crowded to hear her Them will be the usual supper dance st the Westmoreland ?'lub this evening. A number of tables have been reserved for large partlew of guests. unci an or chestra...

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. — 5 March 1915

SPORTS | NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD- | SPORTS] 1 GETS BIG LEAGUER TO FILL INFIELD PUCE lliniti KellosKt Kornierl> With a,^( iminnati, Signs Contract t<? Piny With Virginians. W*i K c\\ PLAY HI J IS VKKSMIM junllv at Ilouu* on Initial Sack. ll<>( 'A < 'ii' tier or Ontticld?Dunn tii\ ? p hist of l'layn s Who Will Ueport . -(- Match Jo. f'i In 'Inc with his poli \ to start off 1th ?II air-tight infield. Manager Jack |Uti!i. of tin1 Virginians. \esterday , ,c:ic<l William K? Hogg. for the past h i f\-o seasons a imciiiIi.v ..f the < "i t. -: - - A j.iti Xntionals. Kellopg is a product f t> o Baltimore sandlots and gaii ???! h is '.rst professional e.\po: ionc- undo! I he 'yes of I >unti its a member of t! . <? trioles. Kdlogg. according !?> ? retaw ?Vieks, will make a valuable m> mbcr I .if the infield. t? i11fz tin- third hu m I? i signed so far by I>unu. it* will have 1 as !,is running tn.iu >?. Neal I'all, the versatile field ...

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. — 5 March 1915

BON 1 REOPENS FIGHT ' ON SCHOOL FOR GIHLS Citizens of Chesterfield Want Insti tution Kemoved to ftcmotc Hection. DBNOUNOK DEAL WITH GLLN'N Fear Purchase of Adjoining Prop erty, if Consummated, Would Mean Perpetuation of What Neigh borhood Itegardu as Nuisance. Irrom all parts of Chesterfield County property owner# and citizens gathered a mass-meeting held tn Bon Air last night to protest against the perpetua tion of the Virgin hi Homo and In dustrial School for Girls on the present site of the Institution. Dr. M. B. Kudd presided at the mass mectlng, and many speeches were made condemning the state's policy of main taining In the thickly settled neigh borhood .a reform school for Incor rigible young women. Resolutions were adopted expressing the views of the residents of Hon Air and the sur rounding countryside and denouncing; the recent negotiations between the trustees of the institution and Percy Glinn, owner of the tract oi land ad joining the reform school, which ter minated in...

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. — 5 March 1915

m IN EARLY HOURS, Cut market sags later i ? k?nds? of Activity and Strength In 1 Trading on 'Change Is Not Fulfilled. ij OS1NG QUOTATIONS WKAK javwoll Motor Rises to New High Figure, Which Invites Liquidation, i onservativo Traders Await 11it?"* Statement as to Business. <t ?i ItV TIUOADAX WAI.I,. \V TOIIK. Mnr?*h ? l'r!f s w st-o?: r f ?ir*t lionrj* t?? tiny. *?ut pro of (tiv:' ? ?tl'l strctKth n'.is not fulfill*.I Tr.i<1 c r- w dull, ami prices s.<i:?t .1 nni.l < lus f :otatloiis vert" I oil wc.ikl'.i si ? " * <*11 Motor Kstinc 1'itnfl t'? ii lit**v Ire1; ft ; th? first preferred luu hltic tli^ i?" preferred . ai tin- . .minor. ;v,i .he ? <e lnvli?d IbiMitlon. ami lh? v,.;i|iir decide!y l>e*t t tlian th" buylnn Too fnthusi?>n K had lor tip* market Ii I. iin?l until some ?t?*rtn 11?* *-1t????!?? ?i* ? ita' Inp last >???;! r's busim*- .ml this ??> ?f? ?r-.si its Is received It probribly would ' - o think twice I i'f"rr t?ti ? Imsiiiii '? rw s.-.e*. lit ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 March 1915

* jSicfnnmiti ?me?-f)i$patcl] SIXTY-FIFTH YKAR. I ADMITTEDLY THK BEKT MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING!. TBiiRPnoms yoi;k want# to THE TIMES-DISPATCH IIA ndoi.PII 1 1 IIAM)OI<ril ' want A I). IIATES. DAILY. one cent a word when paid In ad vance. No ad. taken for leuu than 10 centa. SUNDAY, one nnd one-half centa a word foi all classified ud?. except Situations Want ed at au? cent a word. No ad. taken foi Ics* than 15 cents. NO AOS. taken for Iran than iS cents whn charged or phonjed In. I'honed orders not guaranteed. OleuslflcnUnp* "">1 fruaran ""??I after 3PM WANT AD COPY For publication In the classified columns must be received at the ollice of publication, 10 Hot:111 Tenth Street, Before S> PQ ML to Insure proper classi fication in the next day's issue. RiidhiriiMmdl T a mm <e c-D n s p a fc c fia HEATHS. BA H EN".? Died. .March 4. 11:40 A. M. ERNEST LINWOOD BANKS', .-?<!? hi son of Annie Finke Bit hen ami the lat? 1 Michael Haiien. Funeral noti<...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 March 1915

r?h#n yoar thoajchta turn to I he conntrjr hour. Try ? Want *d. to Bud the Itlenl jilicr. HE TIMES-DISPATCH THAT LOST ARTICLE In Important enoujth to advrr tlno In the AVnnt Column* If 1m porlnnt enough to uorry about* THE TIMES-DISPATCH "The Shopping Center" To-Day and To-Morrow Last Days of Mrs. Rorer's Lectures On Cooking TO-DAY?from 4 to 6 P. M.?special lecture for Colored Cooks. TO-MORROW?from 11 to 1 o'clock?lecture for L?adles. The price of admission to thoBe not already holding tickets for the course is 75c. Mrs. Rorer talks most Interestingly and instruc tively on the many phases and problems of better housekeeping, and this last chance to hear her should not be missed. All the Cooking Appurtenances, such as Moulds, Dishes, her latest Cook Book, etc.. etc., are on sale in the Basement Housefurnlshlng Goods' Department at Miller & Rhoads. f?] i?TT ] i? ZHLTSX/y^ _? REMNANT DAY - U 11 ?A LI The usual disposal of remnants and broken lots, together with much new mer chandis...

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. — 6 March 1915

MARTHA WESTOVER rrtll heir 70a moIt* 70a' dillr food proklcm* If 701 r??< tk? W?nu'i P?f? THE TIMES-DISPATCH YOUR WANT AD COFf. mait kr In thr Afflrr of ltcatlon brforr D P. N. to IbiWA tropcr rlaxwtflcntloa la to-atr> ron'a limne THE TIMES-DISPATCJ '35th YEAR "S'n" RICHMOND, VA? SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1915.?TEN PAGES 7",IS""" CLOUDY Capital City on Verge of Starva tion, and Obregon Refuses to Allow Succor. MANY NATIVES IMPRISONED President Wilson, Advised of All Facts, Is Studying Ques tion Closely. WASHINGTON, March C.?President W "??n to-night faced one of the moat serious and perplexing developments ?hat has arisen In the Mexican situa tion. Mexico City In on the verge of starvation. General Obregon. the Car ransa commander, refuses to permit an International Belief Committee, com pdaed of wealthy in em her a of the for eign colony, to succor the needy. Mexico needs no foreign aid." the general la reported to have said. >11 merchants who closed their stores have been ordere...

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