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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

MILITIA INSPECTIONS i WILL BEGIN THIS WEEK i Adjutant-General Sale Issues Orders ; Covering Aunuttl Government Visitation. ATTEXDANCK IS IMPORTANT Annual Allotment Will Depend l"i>on Number of Men on Hand at In- | spections?Olllrers to Make Heports on Conditions of Companies. Orders for the annual government I inspection of the Infantry commands of the State were issued yesterday l>y Ad- 1 jutant-General W. \V. Sale. The in- , spections will begin this week and will continue until March 1 2. with Captain Arthur S. Shlpp, l*nited States Army, inspector-Instructor, Virginia Volunteers, as the chief Inspection officer. The itinerary arranged by Captain Shlpp follows: Winchester?January l. 1015. Company I. Second Infantry. Strasburg?January 5, 1914, 1915, Company K, Second Infantry. Front Royal?January 1915. headquarters First Battalion, Second Infantry, and Company I>, Second Infantry. L#uray?January 7, 1915, headquarters Second Infantry. Warrenton?Janu...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

POST-OFFICE ALMOST SWIPED WITH PACKAGES Unexplained Rush of New Year Mail Congests Local Office. DECEMBER SECOND IN SIZE Total Poat-Ofllce Receipts for Calendar Year $010,304.20, a? Compared With $808,7X8.85 for 1014. Office Piled High With Packages. i Santa Claus paid a belated visit to this city yesterday, and, consequently, the Incoming division of the local postoffice was swamped under a mass of mall matter which was fully as great as that received on Christmas Eve, Every wagon used during the holiday was pressed Into the Bervlce to make deliveries, and suhntltutCH wore hastily called back. It will take all day Monday to clear up the great Influx of packages. Postmaster Hay T. Thornton Bald yesterday that never In his experience had ho known such a thing to occur. The Christmas and New Year's business, h? said, had been fully worked, and the floors were clear on Friday afternoon. Yesterday morning the fiarcols began to arrive In wngonoads, and a regular mountain of mall had accu...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

PETERSBURG CHAMBER WILL HOLD ITS 1HL MEETING President K. ('. Kent Will Have Interesting Ileport of Work Aeeoniplislied During Year. IJOOST CITV-MAN.UJKH PLAN l)r, 1j. I). I'pson, of Dayton, ()., and Or. Krnest S. Bradford, of Washington, Will Make Addresses on. Proposed Change in (ioveriunent. (.Specia 1 (o The TlmPs-PisuiiU'li ] PHTKUSBl'llfl, VA? January ?The eighth annual meeting of the Petersburg Chamlii-r of Oommi'i'i'p will be held on the evening of Tuesday. January 12. President K. C. Kent will submit his report covering the operations <?f the Chamber during the past year. | and he will have a Rood report to | make. Officers and governors for the j ensuing year will be elected. At this meeting the chamber will inaugurate its campaign of education >?' torcst of a city-management plan of government for Petersburg, which it j indorsed. Two speakers of prominence i from a distance will discuss the subject. They are Or. U 1">. Upson, of the Hureau...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

P A R \ TWO SPORTS 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1915. PRICK FIX"K CENTS Stallings Using Surplus Players to Strengthen Braves for Next Season. FEDS MAY MAKE; CHANGES! Two-to-Onc Shot That Cleveland Will Be in Circuit When Play Starts'. MOW YOI!K. January ?<Sror?rci S-'tulllnrrM if nut IcttiiiK any srasH urow unO'v his feet while walllnn for Hip start of thy next National I.mciio pennant nice. The ninniiK^r of the world's chni'tiilnn lin?ton Hraves is busy trying to put through several deals for players about which nothinir ?l?? Unit?ha a been announced ;ts yet. Hnfo r<* tin; sennon beirliis, ?1 ? ? ? M irad<? Mn expects to have ?*chai'?eil nuamlty for ouallty, to uhm his own words. Tilt* Hraves at present own one of tlie larKest lists of players boasted by nny major leaiai** club. ;?111nused an unusual number of men during last fcasoii. and he lias many more v.-ho bav? Just come tip from the minor leagues and have not y<-t pa...

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

fllE OWNER BELIEVES" I 21 MEN ARE EMM . 'lWers to Days Wien Team AVon Pennants With Ivess Number Tliun Now Allowed by Nationals. BTAIJLINGS AS AN /EJLVMI'LE Braves' l<oader Dc|>emle<l On Three | Twirlors, and Could Hnvo Gone ' Through Season With Small Squad. Babe Adams Near I'crfect l'iehler. Bettor baseball will be the result of tbo National Lcngue cutting ?lown the number of players a club may carry during the playing season to twentyono men, (leclarcs President Barney ; Dreyfuss, of th<? Pittsburgh Nationals, 1 who Is In favor ot this retrenchment, ! not only for the sake of economy, which ; in these days of the high cost of llv- , Ing nnd warfare, is something to be; considered, but who believes lhat su- ? pornumernries are a handicap to a ball club. rather than a help. t "The Pittsburgh Pirates won three ; successive pennants when their num- j hers were far Jess than the new lii.iit the National League has set. and they played better...

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

I STAKEHOLDERS three" HIE all sets PAR ,*ons 1 lacing AsHoclation 35th YEAC.bo'ui':"".",!"1'' 8t*te T NOT 1IK DISPIiAYKIl nfornintion of Any Kind fr,eni and Visitors Attempt- . Inltucnco Wafers to Uo I From tho (.rounds, OHI.KANH. IjA., January 2.? li'i* nnJ'no,?. ?>' the HiihIPnrm.r r>;' h Haclng Association, which former P|most auspiciously on New r-\ ? i^)' ut tho Fair (.rounds truck Declares I'd prior to ?iiu opening of tho e il VlV no vlo'ntlon of the State's Sel. K Inwm, such as bobkninkliir f . Permitted S;t the track, anil lal'?n will make every effort RFFORF <' S <Uttum thr?u??'out tho however, in not tho law. a Jul will ho permitted the racing under the rli-hl HuThinks p?KUlatioii of the assoT7 ? ton in on!" "?"CU forc* and u'? 1 OI,OWassociation's first and most Inidi win i ? th,H '* that no ui will lie permitted iji nny part .-founds except within the I'alm It ix perfectly competent n< 1 W A S HI NO 'J, t ? k ?"_|h 1...

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

' ISIS URGE il FOR MH 80S! llefers Ponnj Nuior Norfolk Man as Montr of Interstate Trutle STAIJ Commission. ** N A T H) N NOT IJlvKLY Tejjt Making Slow Progress in litBg Appointments Hcinl.v. 0^ Men of Highest Standing for t] ^jrtant Position. ,lurint INOTON. Janu:ir> J. one Miller, for many ,vo:irs a resiDrey Norfolk, where he partieipat< d Who **cs aM n Republican. ami x"*>i not o( eight years a practicing at jn jj In Now York. has lie- n recoiling * *? President Wilson as the eons ProBrpsslvc Senators n<l preventatives, headed by Senators club an<* Potndextor, ami Iteproseii??ry Chandler, of New. York; Ilrjmi sl,c^r"ftle?ner. of WnxhinKton, an<l Iters ?' Pennsylvania, for memberthe* ln "10 Interstate Trade OonunisProgressl v?b not onl> play<These p the Pres any resident to place one c]ar faith on tlirt commission. hut of j-Sted Miller as the best man. Mil ...as an early follower and admirer ?'o...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

PART THREE Second News Section lmluHtrJal Activities of Kk-liniond tiiul tlio South Second News Section Editorial, Real Kstato and Want Ad Pagea PART THREE 85th YEAH PRICE FIVE CENTS PHILIPPINE BILL ! OPPOSED BY IAFT| Former President Emphatically j Declares People Not Capable of j Self-Govcrnment. BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE Thinks Terrible Results Will j Follow Granting of Independence to Islands. \V ASH INOTON, Janunry 2.? Former President Taft expressed his viewp to - ?lay of the administration hill for ultimutc independence of the Philippines before the Senate Committee considering the measure, llo nave a detailed statement of his conception of the iluty of the United States toward the Philippines, and of his work as Governor General of th" Islands, and later as Secretary of War and President. "When I "resident McKinley xcul nie to the I'h111 ppines.'' said Mr. Taft, "1 told Itiin that I thought that we oiikIiI not to he in tile Islands. Me said to ine that we had tin- hear by the ...

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

ABOUT HENRI COUNTY AND , ITS LATE DEVELOPMENT County IiO?K Famous for Its Splendid Tobacco?Known Wherever Chewers Chew. , MARTINSVILLE, CHIEF TOWX (Jreat Leaf Tobacco >Iarket?Other Towns and Villages In Henry County?Brilliant Outlook niul Fine Prospects Are On Ahead. Henry County, one among tlie richest of tho 100 subdivisions of Virginia, probably pots in the limelight far away from homo a little oftener than any of Its neighbors. Wherever in this broad land there are tobacco chewers, and they are in every nook and corner of the-"Fame, people know about and talk about the famous Henry County chewing tobacco. The time was when tho county manufactured a great deal more of the famous weed than it does now. There are not as many factories in Henry as there used to be. As a matter of fact there are none, but the famous weed, peculiar to tho llenry County soil. Is still profitably grown, is brought up by the manufacturers in tobacco centres outside of the good county, some of ...

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

POOR CONTRIBUTION ! TOM) OF WEN! Yesterday in Stork Fxi-han^e Saw (Justness Almost at Complete Standstill. IJTTLK INTKKKST ANYWHEHK Next Favorable Wind for Market Sal^s Is Kxpected to Itlow From industrial Quarter?Some Traders Already Picking l'l> Storks. NEW VOHK, January C?To-day's stock market, loumled l>y a holMay and Sunday, made :v poor contribution to the enrly history of the now year. Trading wuh pra< tlcnlly at a slandrtlll. ami little Interest was rvliK'i'il lii quotations. St udebaIfr. an attractive Inn ud rial. gained American lien Surfur rose to ::j. United Stale* stcei closed uni'huiiKCil. If t he movement '>t si rims 1m :i <rlterion. I lit" next favoral>le wind will coniu from til'.- industrial MUarter. Western Mary In ml ?I r?? i? !<??? t to j',4. Purely as a. speculation. Home i>f the traders have begun to pick >ip sto.it believing that a new readjustment of lionil Iss...

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

Siclimonb ?une?-Ptepatd) tUB TIMES, Pooadrd 1SSS TUB DISPATCH, Founded 1830 Pwbliahed ewry day In the rear by The TimraOlapatch PubllabJns Company, Ine. Addreaa all emiMalcatloiu to TUE TIMKS-I)IS1'ATCH, Tlaaea-DIapatch Balldlng, 10 Sontb Tenth Street, RtekBMBi, Va. TELEPHONE, RANDOr.Pn 1 Publication Office 10 Sooth Tenth Street ??nth Richmond 102t? Hull Street Peterabunr 109 North Sycamore Street Lrrckburs 218 Klshth Street HLASBROOK STOIIV & BROOKS, INC., Special AdvertlnlnBr Hepreaentotlrea. 5Tew Yark 2<)0 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life llulldlng ChJcago People'a Ua? Uulldlng SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mo*. Moa. Mo. Dally and Sundayr.. .96.OO $3.00 $1 W I .53 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .SB bandar only 2 00 1.00 .50 .20 By Timea-DIapntch Carrier DcllTory Service In Richmond (and auburbn) and Petersburg! Dally with Sunday, one week 15 centa Dally without Sunriny, one neck 10 centa Sundn>' only 5 centa Eate...

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

THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES Gems From My Reading ?Sermon by HIS V. FLOYD \V. TOMKI5S. TfiJi I'rovrri>N II. 1-12. Beading, as leading to the cultivation of the Intellect and the consequent usefulness of the man or woman. Is a Christian duty. GorFhas given uh our minds, and we must use them that tho world may be hotter for our knowledge and our service. In this Reiteration there Is little excuse for any one who doofe not road. With our public libraries, our hooks and magazines and our lectures In many Quarters stimulating the reading habit, we surely have opportunity enough, In sptte of the fact ! that we are a busy people, to 1111 our minds with Rood knowledge and to learn j of many things in many directions.,The chief trouble lies In knowing what to I lead when the material is so abundant and when some of it Is harmrul rather than helpful. Discrimination Is not an ! eauy acquisition. It has to be cultivated, and In these busy days it Is not a light matter to decide...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

s JEFFERSON aHOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES 44 Richmond Gets Finest Photoplays in the World In Finest Theatre in the South Richmond now gets what she has wanted?a motion picture palace, equal in every way to the finest in New York and other of the largest Northern cities?and the celebrated PARAMOUNT picture productions of the leading plays by world famous artists. A theatre that for size, luxurious appointments, etc. is not even approached by any picture house in the South, coupled with all-star productions of the great plays of the day is an offering that must appeal irresistibly to Richmond's amusement lovers. Here will be seen the foremost living stars of the stage in their most famous plays, with better scenic effects than are possible on the stage?and all at popular prices. In other words, a $2.00 attraction that unites the managerial ability of such master artists as David Belasco, Daniel Frohman. Charles Frohman, 1 lenry \V. Savage and such great producers as Adolph Zukor, .Jesse...

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

- AT THE THEATRES THIS WEEK AND SOON 1 Ste ? , ? ' | Weekly CaEerad!auf":~ Al'ADKMY OK MUSIC. Xonilnj, Tucmlnj nnil Wnlnexilny, ' >'?? i?l? mntlnrra Tui-srlaj nnil WfiIiim- { i nj?"OclKixn Hat f letlrlil Picture*." Thumrinj-, Krlilny mul Nnturdny, with ? >nlurilii.v mat In it?l.jmnn II. Hiiitc'w *? I'm vol Kcntl vol." iiuoi 'riir.ATitt-:. \ 11 tlir ?rrrk, irltli inntinrcN 'I'urnilaj. Tlmrmlny nnil Snturiluj?(Irnjrri1 , *><?1111 Coinpiin v ill "Alln* Jimmy \ nlrnI Inc.'* IjV HIC TIIKATHK. \ 11 the nwk, Tvlth dnlly mnllnri-n? I'opulnr vniKlrvlllp unci plcturcn. STIIAM) Til 10 A Til K. *11 Che week, continuous prrformnncr 'id i 12 noon until II o'clock?lliixtln !,? turn In "( iirafo l<lrli>." 1'iirnnioiiiit i , rcK. < OI.DMAI. TIIKATItK. til tlir week. con tl mioiiM performance '->iiii 12 noon until I I o'clock?\\ llton I .H'kijf In photoplnv. "The I'lt," 11ml imrt ot the weeks nncl ptiotoplny, "The...

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

I AMUSEMENTS (Continued from Second Page.) of gambling ho Is betrothed to Adcle Knndull. two it i<i i>iioto,'i,avs AT COI.OMAI. Tins \vi:i:k lhohflr<U0l.h'!oal I'hotoplay for KacnTM" 7"? Kane. J r. La, Kay,- has aredin Hichtnond on many occasion- lie was last seen In the role of "Far in with ?Th11Smr. C^,?S, ?f "?'?V0. Twist " The I It Is one of the urea test >taKe triumphs of Mr. La-k.-c . n.l )t ?nT?".,S ,,,m opportunities but nI.<n his ;is?( lates. |t is anything but a one-pat pla\ The theme of "Th. I*lt" IS th t of n Jan so much abjnrl.e : in his i.?s|. tnhTnktha' ,U" hr tlmcto think of nnythinr else not even his very attractive Hale wife ui,h whom he I* deeply in love During his t.,i]s in the market h- makes desperate effort to net absolute control of he wheat market ,n? Ull, ,J J"? feated b\ his business rival tt also' meant ruin fn; hl:?. ?taKtferi home ' In lo\t0 "n'i dually unluckv As tn-',.a!i' ,is VV'i!V h-r Ion. line...

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

INSTRUCTOR SUPPLIED FOB CAVALRY TROOPS Sergeant William Denton Will llav? Charge of This Branch of Servlco in North Carolina. 1IKADQUAKTK118 AT ASHEVIIjLB Insurance Company of Holland Added to Those Doing Business in 8tate?-Taxation Report Will Be Furnished Virginia Legislature. RALEIGH. N. C.. January 2.?Serjeant William Denton, or Troop D, Twelfth Unite! States Cavalry, rcport<?<1 to-day to Adjutant-General Lauronco \V. Young, of the North Carolina National Guard, to take up service as Inspector-Instructor for the cavalry troops of the North Carolina Guard, being assigned to thin service by the United States War Department, lie comes from San Antonio, TcxiiH, where ho Huh been on tluty alone the Moxlcan hor<ler for two years. He will make his headquarters In this S'ate at Ashevllle, the cavalry troopB being at Ashevllle and Llm:olnton. General Young says the two North Carolina troops are developing finely. A bill la pending In Congress to provide a...

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

REAL ESTATE BEGORD i AND COURT CALENDAR Notwithstanding Holidays, Volume of Husiness KxcmmIs l*re\ ions Week. THA XKI'i: US TOTAL SI iU.<Ali.Y27 llrijjhter Outlook for Ituililiit:; Opera- ; tions. and Inquiries Indicate That Small Farms Will He in Demand as Planting Time Approaches. The volume of real estate business transacted daring tlie past week was less tliun for th. past several weeks, hut the aggregate amount itivolveil was gi'f.'iiu than the previous we. k, and compares r.ivoralily with business for sonic tune past. Th.' past week was not expected to furnish ;>!?>? startlinn developments i;i the real estate line, t'oi the period Iii twi'i ii Christmas ami the N<-w'| Ve:n- is always slow. The concensus of opinio:) anions the ical estate men i< th.t business is moving forward slowly but steadily. ami that this improt.-i .-at will continue, and I with the opening of sprint; will >l:o\\ a i marked met. as. over th...

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

FOR SALE?House* NICE 7-room house. In good neighborhood; lot f?0xl20. Thin Is a bargain, i Address J 719, care Times-Dispatch. HANOVER Avonuc, 9 rootntj, 2 bathp. detached. 1'rlce, $5,500. Addreao, J 718, caro Times-Dispatch. ATTRACT1CE home, Floyd Avenuo, C rooniB; brick; hot-water heat; mod-] orn conveniences; l1r?t-cluHH condition.) Owner leaving city. Price, $4,500. AddreaB K 38, ?rr Times-Dispatch. FOR SALE BY W. H. ROBINSON & CO.. 715 Cast Franklin. Madison 3059. NICE homo In Highland 1'ark on one of the best streets, 8 large rooms, electric lights, gas. hot-water heat, washing tubs, etc; lot 30x110 feet to alley. Price, $3,500. Ho quick. 3G feet on cast side of Maryland Avenue at a bargain. Price, $250. JACKSON Ward house paying 16 per .cent. Thin Is a bargain; lot 25x100 feet; best street In the ward. FOIl sale, nice little homo South Richmond; small cash payment; little eountrv home south of city. Also a few 10-acre farms; same terms. Address C 500, care Times-D...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

.Ridimoriii (Tuncjrflispald) MNTY-FCritTII VhAn I ADMITTEDLY I THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. J VEl.KPIIONB YOl'll WANTS TO Til E TIM ICS- DISPaTCH rt lNDOL.ru 1 1 11,1 Nmu.i'll WANT AO. HATES. * ' Il.Y. rnf cent r word when puld In nd once. No ad. taken for irss than M cents. fXI)AV, one and one-half c*-nts< a vvor.I for ail classified ads except Situations W mted at one lent ? word No ad taken lor lo.n 'iiufi J3 rents. NO AOS. taken for less than "'> cent* when charged or phoned In. Plumed orders not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed . Iter K3> P M LOST AN!) FOUND. LOST, a Colt .32 repeater pistol Thursday aftornoon. Kinder phase return to Second 1'olici' Station, or phone Madison i;051-Jt and trrcivo reward. STRAYED from Hi North Thirtyfourth Street Thursday morning. L* orange and white m ii' i's, im.iI.' and female; niah* <i.had collar with owner's name and address. Reward it' returned to above addres...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 3 January 1915

PART FOUR Society, Fashions and (ho Household?Of Interest to Kvery Woman Jlidjnumi* 9Tnttc^Pi^iJatr(| Confederate Colura n? Genealogical Data?TimesDispatch Children's Club PART FOUR 04th YEAR RICHMOND. VA? SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS r r Fina[ Reduction^ Sale qj_ Children s Coats SIZHSl'TO II VKAKS. CHILDREN'S $3.00 ('OA'I'S: REDl'CED PRICE CIIILDRE.VS $5.00 ('OATS: REDITED PRICE CHILDREN'S $0.00 and $7.00 COATS; REDl'CED PRICE CHILDREN'S $s.00 and $0.00 COATS: REDITED PRICE CHILDREN'S $10.00 and $12.00 COATS; R EDIT ED PRICE . . CHILDREN'S $1 LOO and $10.00 COATS; REDl'CED PRICE . . . r We Sell More Ready*to-Wear Garmenls for Women Than Any Other Richmond Store. v.. BROAD AND rI FTH STS \k Where Things Are What They Seem. J Final Reduction Sale of Children's and Misses' Dresses SIZES ? TO 15 YEARS. $5.00 DRESSES; REDITEI) SALE PRICE $2.48 $7.00 and #s 00 DRESSES: REDUCED SALE PRICE $3.98 $0.00 and $10.00 DRESSES; SALE PRICE $4.18 $12.">0 and $15.00 DRESSES;...

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