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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

The Eye of Pain ? the Same Eye?; I The ?xpresj > sionless, Calm . ; E y e ?. Because i All the Muscles Are at Rest. The "Laughing" Eye?Only Merry in Expression Because Two Muscles Pull Up the Forehead. [\\\v ^ Why the Eyes Realty Don't Have Anything to Do with It at All and Every Emotion Is Interpreted by Muscles ESBIA hath a beaming ev?," i the poet. It is quite likely that she had. Rut if she did it was because her blood pressure ?.a = a*. the t me abnormally increased, her circuit:: n too rapid and what she ueec'-d " .:.ot verges but a sedative. T'r.'-r- a? : &er. a groat -ieal written a .? ? xpression :n eyes. Pretty nearly e.<-ry adjective in the language fits eye?, an i t. - constant sear h of the modern P . : i- r r.e that hasn't yet been used a? a -portacle lens Thus w#> have the s:.ark:::;C eye the fiery eye. the gentle eye, flashing, cruel, cola, warm and d:.:.- in: ej ?even the 'glad e; e. S ience p-a tical -na unpoetical. now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

THE BEST BARGAINS ore often nthrrllfifil In tlie oln**lflo?i column*. Crl 1hf habit of rrtldlDK tlic Hnnl nd?. THE TIMES-DISl'ATCH I . iJicIjtnotiJi STime START THE WEEK RIGf By placing an order for ?h'dally delivery to your home o? office of % THE TIMES-DISPATC J GDth YEAR RAIN PRICE 2 CEN'" SPECIAL SESSION Reconvenes To-Day to Finish Tax Reform Program Begun on January 13. TWENTY-THREE NEW BILLS Measures Are Purely Consequential, and Contain No New Policies or Principles. Hotel lobbies filled slowly last night with utrnRKllrip legislators returning to participate In the post-recess special sosslon of the General Assembly, which will finish the tax reform pro?ram begun by the Legislature on January 13. Only a handful of Senators anil DeleRates had registered at a late hour In the evening. Practically everj* memher, however, will bo In his seat when the houses aro rapped to order to-day at noon. Leaders of both houses agreed last night that this week will he marked by none of the le...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

jRussians Report That Germans i. - Are Still Being Forced Back King to give htm until to-morrow onsult with his friends. tThe Turkish minister. Sallh Bey. { declared openly that massacres Uld tako plat? In Turkey If Greece ;k? with the Porte: while Count Mirh, the Gorman minister, informed ?I diplomatic corps that Austria and i'many Immediately would declare j* on Greece tho day that (*rcece ?ved tgalnrt Turkey." bnder date of Saturday, tho corrn:^t>nd?nt, announcing the resignation of IVp Cabinet of Premier Yenlr.olos, t||lch he blames on the King's dlsap- }; : val of the governments policy ro- |; rdlng intervention, gave the follower details: jr Premier Venlzelos went to the palace f. 2:80 o'clock this (Saturday) afteraon and remained with the King for ftro than an hour. The chief of the fjny genernl staff and tho principal fleers also were at tho palace to rHo >ir advice. If necessarj. NEWS IS SfHIMUSING TO DIPLOMATIC CIIH l-K" "Returning to his residence, t...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

BEILir, THE COP, LEADER OF BRITISH III AFRO Former New Yorker Turns Nntive Police, of Which Ho Is Chief, Into Soldiers. INVADES KNKMY'S TFKRITOKY Fight* Twclve-IIour Ilattlo, In Which English Lose Seven and Clermnn Casualties Amount Jo 100 Dead and Many Wounded. f Special to The TlincH- Dispatch. 1 NBW YOltK. March 7.?At last ac- | countR, th? llrltish lighting the GerlnHrin In German Kast Africa from t'Kanda were belns led by a l<ong Islander. Hellly, the cop. \V. J. Rellly, formerly nf New York, is the chief of police of UKnn'la, a Hrlti.*li African possession. adjoining Our- I man Kant Africa. Hellly turned his ] natlvo pollco Into soldiers, nml with j tiinm Invaded the enemy's territory, 1 !ti;htliig a twelve-liour buttle. In which ' the Itrltlsli lost seven nn<l the Germans lf>0 dead ami many wounded, according to a letter from Ktdlly, rccelved hero by J. C. Heminent. Here'n what Hellly writes to his friend: ".lust come through a twelve hours' f...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

Woman and Home Ethical Talks "he Morning t o r y J I DS?>'S IIOI1H* ? B? Hope Aluiler. ?? ; It's all vorv wHl to belong to n vol Jtvcr Are company." leinnrkod \VaIt?i 'lljjanis Willi some heal. "hut 1 objeot i belli;: riilltil out for every blaze that l^irts within ten inlies of our dlsttii t f 'So say up nil of lit-,' 'hunted l-;d Krtln, ??lo o: fiiU> '"Xou'ri a nut. .ludsoti >ou ro pl.i:n tty on tin* subject of lire liithtini: ami neiii? all iivit the world lianllnp a OJ< and Uiddei," Williams continued. Idiessinp a liifc. quiet lookinu follow ho stood In the proap "I suppose 11,11 eep in y out li^lnict " Judson laughed. \. . );? answered. ? lit I pi.i o ii on ii.tii by i i tied '.?cry nipht, t'-coih" in" "'ilfU i. fjont." ".Alul you I'ln \nu: h.iflsf- or yur iMkIiHo, I Miojmsi-. . iI.t *"? ? i l-'.'l M.I ft III agmin. "Not i|tiite iio: <? .1 is. 1'rank .lud spu j?iu?v or. i|, throw :nu ha K h.s cm: ami dispta\ me a li: ? ma. ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

r ? ?: ? i i ? ? ?? i -na umii i, tiihii i.? im i i , i , nif in i . ? ' {SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS \ J \ irgininn .Manager Will l*orhoiially Wclcome Player* to Hirliinond. HA 1,1^ TO TAliK ( IIAIUiK SrlinJuio .MeotiNK Will fall Dunn ?? New Ytirk?Season Will Open "" April -7, With Toronto I'layinu Locals Here. ? 'ack Dunn. manager of the Virginian*. announced yesterday that ho mild he in Richmond without fall Monday morning lo welcome his ?"en. The team has boon ordered to ? oni t ?t that llnm, and a number of 'l0 player* art; due to arrive on Saturday afternoon, others on Ktindnv, Ahll* all have positive Inst ructlona to ? here on tlnu* to uet in nome lijsht ?vprlt. \Vhll? 1 ?unn .vill personalis greet his :>la v er* jti.il Kt;iri ?ifr the spring trainn? ???. Monday aft. moon, It Ik more ban probable that he will leave that ? latit for New VorU to talus part In 'be df-llhera t Ions or the I iitema > iona I ? .*agu?? olt eclot...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

icfmnmfi ?mc^pispatcl] g? " ? ?~ -Jl TIMER, FonnAMl ls<w rt/THlB DISI'ATCII, cfff? ~V |" . l^ikHlhrd *Tery day In thr yenr by Thf Ttmr?- " Dtllyatek IMibltnlilnfr Compmir, Inc. Atlilrr?? nil ' <?0*U?nnlcntloi>? to Till: TIMT.S - ?1*1'AT( II. Ptapatch llulldlnic, 10 South Tenth Mr.ct, HlcXmond, Vi?. *;,v^ t'V i TELEPHOM", llAXnol.ru 1 CabltalttOB omcr 10 South Tenfh Strrct South Richmond 1020 Hull Street 'fctersbars ion North Sjmniorr Street Ijynchburjc 21* I'.lKlitli wlrrrl HASH HOOK, STOllV A- HHOOKS. INC.. fci j Speclnl Advcrtlftlnjc HrprwifntntlvM. Jferf Tork 200 Fifth Arrnnf Philadelphia Mufunl I.lfe lllilldlnjc f . Chlcngo l'fO|tlr'? tin? lliilldlnc MTISCHirTHIN IlA'll'S Y MAIL, One SI* Tlirfp One TAGKJ PA III ^ i nr. !Uo*. Mo?. Vo. T and Sunday ....CG.OO 5.1. (Hi Jl M $ . ftS ly only 4 oo 2 OO > oo ?? Kuudny only ... 2 ?H? I lK? SO 2.* By Tlmea-Hlnpntrh Currier llrllvrtr ?>cr\lcr 1n Illchmonil (and MtihiirlMi ami l'rtrr?h?...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

MISS VIRGINIA ALEXANDER BRIDE OF PERU* E. CREED J t'eremony Taken Place In Old ' Church in Hanover Coil iity. MA.VV .MKBTINGH OF INTEKK8T j Hostesses Announced for Indoor! O'olf Teas During This Week. I Card l'arty at Art Club?Items of : Personal Interest. Miss Phyllis Taylor bus returned to I her home on Monument Avenue, after "pendlnK 'he past month In Now York City, where she was the kuest of Miss Anno Hilbert, a debutante of last senson, and Miss Jane Christian. Miss Taylor also spent a short time visiting , friends In Bridgeport, Conn. A numl>er of interesting affairs were Klven ; , for her during h^r visits to New York ! and Bridgeport. \ IiUInk llere. Miss Mamie Harrison, daughter of' 'iMieial (ii-.orge Haul Harrison, of Aln-| liama. Is in Richmond an (he Kue.it of Mr. and Mrs. John It. IMgh (foot, at 021.' West Oraci' Street. .Several seasons hko j Miss Harrison Hpent a winter In Richmond and sJie has a threat many frlendx i here. She has a lovely soprano voire an...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

i Weekly Bureau of In~ formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are Intereated in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inquiries nnd commnnlrultont addrmnrd to Tho Tlmen-Dliipntcli mIII roi'rhr prompt nKrntlun. 1'hln deportment %vlll uppenr ckcIi Mnnilav, utid contribution* or miRKrntlonn will lie wlcomrd. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poaltry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gardeners?Queries and Answers % PROPER CARE OF THE PORKERS IN SEASON In some parts of V t-r-1: i:?. rind in <-Jhany parts of sonn <>tr.<-r S u;!u rn States that might be named. the people think a hog can prow almost any oid ; Way; out in tin- woods, out in the "weather, good or bad. ai;> where and anyhow. Utit tlx- fact is tfi.it it will pay to give tin litiK s ? comfort, and, tills fact li.ivi'is !?< ? ? .1 - o\? d. tile question as- t" the best methods 'if looking after the comfort of an ani?>?1 that seems t > iia...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

$rforoni) ?mes-flisipatd) 8IXTY-FIKTH yrar. admittedly the best medium in tub south kor classified advertising. TUI.UPIIONR YOUll WANTS TO THB TIMES-JDISI'ATUII akuolph i i handom'ii WANT All. RATES. xlnT. C?Ut f worrt whon P?<'l ?n adKukmav tuken for lew. ihnn 10 cent.i. ?Yi. * .1"?.and one-half cent* u word for ?V at fn? 0r vja" excoiM- Situation* Wantor<l- K? ,i?-iukon rh'nrvnrf f"r lean than IS centa wben kusrsnte?d pl,vtd ordera uot ?CI4UOM n0t ??"?? OEATHH. l' a^rch 7 r>'/ '?* ea.r,y s"'",a>' 'Horning, iviinfi i "... ,Uer luU' reahlenco. West- ? oo.l Va., ? ATM EllINE HRuWN. wife -?t Harrison Hrowii, Shu Is survived ? y ^f mmbnnil nix boiih, l h j.;. ?; ? ,s- s""l <?'. ??. iiruwf Urou-M1*?Mdte rs' },!tss Un,h Ethel mown, .mil o1113 al&ter, Mt> R T Tvi??r a^uaaraas* s: sss!; l?f.nu Ir'v&is ? o.. Hanover County. Va. ryT?,f?e.nfv',io'? "ow Ih hushed. Vnd i? n"ni hearl '? Hill; Is r??V.,y ,.o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 March 1915

YOUR WANT AD COPY matt kr la iKr ofrc nf vnl>Itcatlom hrtorf l> 1*. M. to tn?xir* proper rluulflrntUin In to-mor-row'? Uiur THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO KEEP INFORMED On mitlrni of Importance In clly, State and nation, you need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH .Miller (t Rhoads "The Shopping Center" Announcement On TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, of this week, MARCH Oth. 10th and 11th, wo will hold our Formal Spring Opening nt which time we will exhibit the new and authentic Fashions in Spring Suits. Dresses, Blouses and Wraps; also the new Dross Silks. Press Hoods. Trimmings and correct Spring Millinery for 1915. MILLER & ItllOADS. 4? The Inflowing Tide of Spring Fashions! Throughout the length and breadth of the land there is a stirring and awakening of interest as the new season approaches. What is the story of the fashions for spring? This store at least is splendidly ready to meet all enquiries on this subject, and to illustrate it by great numbers of act...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of Inrnlculnhle value majr be found dntljr In llir black and white nkrlchm ou (lie Woman'* Pace. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ftttfimond CimeS-iBisimfcli THE PLACE TO BOARD putting a r mil Ad. tu the claaalfled colamaa of THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65t.h YEAR voLDHe as M'MIIKIl 68 RICHMOND. VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915.?TWELVE PAGES SjEOT"-.FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS Both Houses of General Assem bly Reconvene to Complete Tax Systems. SENATE MAKES PROGRESS Oliver Amendments, Limiting Levy for Education, Meet With Defsat Mor? than seventy of the 100 members of the Hoim? of IleleRates nnd a. larger proportion of the membership of the State Senate might have anHwcrH the roll calls yesterday mornlng when the legislature reassembled for the first post-recess session. The patriotic mnjorily, however, was divided by n mlsapprehenslon as to the hour for resuming; the special session. TTepro, only sixty delegates were !n their scats at 10 o'clock, when Speaker Kdwin P. fox's Rave) fell. The Senate wa...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

Hr'tl"h machine became unmanageable, nnd dnvtt Into tho sea, and an\OjH?r was lilt by the Turks tnrntv?1* ht times. ^*oriipuratlve on 1 tn seemed to prevail Ott the western front and tn Poland 'A*1 R'r raid by British llverc on tin CKsrman submarine baso at Ostciul. Belgium. was announced by tho admiralty t6-Til(jht. Six machines j>n r 11?-: j?nt*??I returned .safely. What damage f.',they Inflicted Is not known. One of the most picturesque i>its <>f ^5?*? day's news Is a r< port fr>>m Bucharest, Houtnnnla, that former Sul;Abdul llamld of Turkey has regained his freedom, and s catherinc his friends and supporters around him. It Is assorted that he niav sr* k to pl.i ?. Important part in his tMimtt y's :t ffilrs. _ _ ? More progress by ;lio British tl? ?? ' ? before Smyrna, by wliloli Turkish batteries were sllom*ed. Is anaoui.cd in an admiralty statement. \notlur offlcial statement says that the Turks' loss ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

SCHOOL-TAX LEVY CAUSES DEBATE .iSi^'t'nwed from Klrst Page.) rr?-? r. Constitution by Imposing a school le\y of 11^ ml I In." OI,FVEIl A MK.\I)MKTS auk all rejected Judge Martin Williams argued against tho Oliver amendments. Ho' ?Rid there was a case affecting tho; Point in controversy now beforo tho ?Mjprome Court. "Let tho court decide . he said. .Mr. whUo also opposed tno amendments. I>o you deny that my amendments do more than make tho 1.111 conform with tho present law?" Mr. Oliver thai- ? lenged. "I don't want to see tho levy fori schools limited to 50 cents on the $100," j " I Mr- White. "liecause Fairfax < o'mty wants It that way Is no r?a-i ?on why we should put the restriction! on tho whole State. I think the matter I or determining the levy should bo loft; to the boards of the different coun-i ties to meet their needs." Mr. Montague wanted to know If Mr.! hlte was not asking tho Legislature 'o do something he himself believed to bo unconstitutional. ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

I Useful Hints Woman and Home Ethical Talks V The M o r n i n g ir* t o r y OUT CI*' AN OI.I) Till Mi. Bj l.mvroniT AI f rnl ( ln>. Otl? of the nncionl anil interesting things to bp found In liiamlma Parson's ancient and Interesting red farmhouse was the I>Ik sornpbook she had been forty years maklnu. She had begun it when a girl. and now mi Che npo of sixty she was still ?*<? *:? feionally pasting ir. an it?-t?? The first third of tlu? liook. as iniuht he expected. was devoted to such items ft s would interest girls, and among them wet i' recipes to make yourself boautlfnl, the significance of dreams, how to out eh a l?eati and other nonWnsc. J Ltftch vent whet Ml"?; l.eonoro Mint\irn, grandchild, came down to pass a few weeks with giandm.i, she hailed a rainy day with joe. She was eh:ht teen, but she would get that hit sciapbook down oil tho floor and lie al full length ns she lead it St had been brought up in a eity. but she had the same superstit...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

1THML? LEAGUE leader is mmmu Superintendent It. L. Dnvls I* Object HcntlilnR Denunciation by Senator C. A. Jon ax. <11 RAP POLITICS AIXEGED One of Republican Minority Declare* <'?anipion Wm Removed I'rom Rnr of Hcnnto Hecnuse His resenre If ml I loco mo Obnoxious. ^Special to Tho Times-Dispatch 1 i RAT.RroiI, N. a. ?arch 8.?Senator I ? A. Jonas, speaking for himself and ' "even Republican Senator*. delivered n scathing denunciation of Superintendent R. Jj. Davis, of the Stato Antl- , ' ",oon '<?*?*??. this afternon. The Ken- I ato voted to spread the address upon tho I Journal of tho Senate as a permanent I record. Mr. Jonas aroso to a question personal prlvIle?o, In replv to no article In the Sunday morning news- I l-npers. which recounted that the Grler ! ?'III. having passed the House 103 to 7 ! '"?id been reported without prejudice by ">?> Senate committee and defente.I "by * ?' sol Id vote of tho seven Republicans ' Democrn...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

7 r TMK TIMKS, roiindnl / . . . 1SSS VJBK W1SPATCH. Kouiirtfd 1S.V) J. ' 1 I*uhlt*h^d fvfry dny In (lir yenr hy The Tlnir*Dlnpnteh l'lihlbthlnK Conumny, Inc. Adilrcn? rill CoraraiinlcntlonM In Till: TIMKS - DISPATCH. Tlmm-Dlnpnlfli lliiltrtlnc, l(J Sonlli Tenth Slm-I, Hlclimonil, Vn. TELEPnnSR, IIAXDOI.PH I ruhllcniinn Offlfj 10 South Tenth Street Smith Hiohmond 1020 Hull Street Pflfr*hurit 100 North Syonnuirr Slrcrl I.JTichburc 218 lClphth Streot HAsnnooK, story a tihooks. inc.. Speelnl Adrrrtlnlni; llfpTMrnlnthr?. XfTr York 200 Fifth Avfimr IMiitndeliihtn Mutunl l.lfe llulldltiK CliloiiKo I'roiilr'* 'J"" Hullillnts S I'HSCR I PTIO\ HATES j IIV >1AII,, One Sl? Three Knr rOSTAfiF, PAID A our. M??. Mo*. Mo. nntl Siinilnv . . .nil Oil SH 0O 5 1 SO 5 .RJV Dally onI.T -4 00 2.00 I 00 Sunday only 2 oo I oo Ml 2." H.t Tlmen-DIxpn teh t'nrrler llfllrfrr ^rnlrc In Illcliinonil mini Ntihurhsl nnil IVtcrJiliiirm Daily with vundtiy. one Tverh . . ... IS cent* Daily without Sunilny, ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

MRS. J. A. LEFROV AGAIN 1 HEADS WOK CLUB Attendance of Membership at Annual Meeting Held Yesterday. MRS. MUXCF IS VICK.|?HKSI1?K\T Hishop I>. ,1. O'fonnell to Speak This Afternoon Before Art t'luli of Richmond on Itaphael'N Madonna ??f the Chair. In an exceedingly interest irm session marking Die annual meeting of the members of the Woman's held yesterday afternoon, Mrs. .1. Ar'hur l,efroy was re-olected prciiidcnt. Mrs l.iifioy, who Is promlnont in (In; ?'olonlnl Oniiit-H of Amerltii. Is one of iho I lending wommi of this city ami ? lio club has had nn admirable ami pros- ]? '?runs season under liur capable regime. Other ollicers of the club elected at '? 'slnrriay's incvtitii; wore: Mrs. John S. Miinco, !hri vice-president; Mm. J. Allison Hodges, second vice-president; Mrs. Chiles M. Korrell. recording secretary, ami Miss Muttle I\ Harris. treasurer. These officers and the following compose the board of the organization: Mrs. I oil ii Southall. Mrs. William Stanard, Mrs...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

fePORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS limy CANDIDATES II ' EXPECTED HERE MONDAY ;rct?ry Wicks Preparing to Mail Transportation to Prospective Virginians. | IwronRisKTTK will nr. imrst Candidates to Begin doing Through )r Their Pace* on Monday Afternoon. i Harrow Is Working Hard to litilld Vp Strong Circuit. '' . Transport.it ion will he mailed to thlr'ty candidates for the Hl-'hmoiwl team ! y - to-morrow by Secretary Wicks, of tho Virginians. Tho money will reach tho Jnon la plenty of time for them to :ir- ; ylvc licro before Mondav noor. when jE jv,ll players have been ordered t'i report to Mnnanor Jack IMmn, who will I'" on i Jiand to welcome them personally and i Hart off tho preliminary practice that pfternoon. It Is expected that I'll v Morrlssette, the big j^ort eld# heaver,; ?will be the first here, as llO expects to arrive In Hmio to warm tip on Friday. The local situation remain! uti-i \ I changed, hunt) Is st111 on a hurt for . n good receiver or Two....

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 March 1915

?\Itlci'incn Mrct To-Nijtlit to Tuko Action on Important Measures. AlAYOlt MAY SKXI) flKi'OKTH l<\pectcd to I ruiisinii Papers From \ ice Commission?Joint McmmIoii "f Council Will Klect Tlircn Member* of Hcliool Hoard. Interest in the meotlhg or the Hoard , Aldermen to-night con tors chiefly ii tho loioutinir ordinance wliioli ro- , v" Vlnfinla Hallway and Power 1 ompun.v temporarily from tliu obligation to reconstruct Its Hast Mroad Mreet tracks, ami authorizes ?t to ?iivort tho earn now using these tracks, over ullinr routes. Tho measure was passed by tho ??"?onion Council, after attempts to recommit ami amend, by a vote of IK It Is freely predicted that tho Hoard will concur in the passage nf the ordinance by substantial majority. ? he onlv other measure of tiio first iingiillude on tho Hoard's docket is il>? "little budget" resolution looking a 14 ^ ij, (K)o bond issue for school and other improvements. It will he ? ?oncurred in hv a unanimous vote MWOIt H ...

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