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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

MRS. GDMILU CMIIT1 1 CELEBRmtS BIRTHDAY On Occasion or S*vent.T?Serentli Anniversarr, She Fnlfrtalns ller Mnny West Point Friends. IX RKMI MSC K X 1" M O O l> Entertains Her Guests With Stories ??f Town's Karl.r Days anil Its Growth to Thriving Centre?Young People Have Consolation llance. I Special to The Times-Dispateh. 1 WKST POINT. VA., January J1.? Mr*. Camilla i'm'Uoii received her friepds from T to P c i lock Tuesday evening in her homi , on Kourth -Street. Ifi celebration of het scvciiiy-i'BVfnth b'iithday. The h<v.;s.? was lighted with shaded lights, the color scheme being red and green. In tlv room where the refreshments were served, when the timo came, the otliei lights extinguished. the liphts from seventy-seven candles burst fot th on a brilliant and joyous scene. Mis. t'arlton was gowned in black and wore a black and whit'* fischu about the neck. Delicious refreshments were served b> Misses Mae , fiwcns and Inez I'a liner. Mrs. C'avlion ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

GHASTLINESS OF WAR - AS SEEN IN HOSPITAL Onc-Tluio Put lent In Petersburg Isolates Incidents Which Impressed Themselves Upon Ills Mind. WAS HAVK!) BY UKXHKAIj LKK (iivon Up to l)lo and ltemoval Forbidden, Permit Comes From Commander?lie Is Taken to House of Friend and l<ife Saved. March R. deserves to be icVr> . In t|,c calendar of my dark ?OKI trying days. Kor several hours ? ode In ;,n ambulance with mv wounded \oK beside Private Jess*1 1 ?ouldhmn, through whose entire bodv ! ?' mlnnle hall had passed. Xnd whoso i ?rea thing was difficult and painful. The ' .r.1" w,?'?h rode l? ji reclining , position was hard of plank and rough ' "f Springs. built with little if nnv re- i K??d to the comfortable transportation ??f wounded men. The road over which we traveled >vas one of the main thor''fares leading from the south into! t etersburg. over which during all the previous winter artillery and armv supply trains or wagons had been pass- ? ng. and was con...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

t';V , mm -b --V ? Drnun by Itn.sr Soln. --- vj \y _ ,v \ . l.'Dc.c. PETEK "RNB'BIT Drawn by Philip Ilollntlii.r 11o?t. Ji <tajjva R1 jl JJLSL_ CL Dwvn liy W'lllliiiii A. Sola. I)rnvrn by Wrny liurk? JNi' ^ Driittii hy l.illl.ii) ( mss. f>ni?ti liy \ ir^iniii I >111 ?i r?| ? \\ elcomo Itack. Dear Kill (nr. I reckon you all think 1 am !ofl again. but 1 a tu riglit lirrf. ua hlK as I'Vi-r. 1 am SFnAltiK a poem, which 1 hope you can read, It if so badly written. Although I haven't contributed regularly. 1 have HiUchcil the page every Sunday, and think It improves wonderfully. Say. " itichmond Is a great place. I sure ?lhl hate to . leavo It. hut one can't always do as they | wish, and 1 certainly enjoyed my visit to see the editor. Hut It was rather nice to Ket back to home and daddy. What do you Think? A Jolly little sailor rode down in the coach with vis. hut he got off at Newport News and took the Norfolk boat. I did want to ,?sk "How have all the sa...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

PMOTQS (C)OV iWL'i. STUDIO One of the Diaphanous Dance Gowns, Showing How the Skirts Are Gathered Up Over the Arm By Lady Duff-Gordon HERB are some of my new creations. They might be cnlle'l. I suppose, transparent dresses. In fact, the theatre cloak has been christened (he '"Window Pane" wrap. The reason is obvious. You can actually see through it. It Is of the most dolicate blue tulle, and is trimmed with swan's-down. Of course, it is made to be worn under another and heavier cloak. But It can, at the same time, be unhooked at the throat and be In id nside. The other photographs show the revealing sleeves. Those are just as diaphanous as the cloak. To iny mind the most wonderful offects In dress can be obtained by interposing a screen of transparent fabric between the dress or the avm and shoulders as ^conventionally bared by the modem fashions. It takes away the actual "nakedness." and it has a delicate transfiguring aspect somewhat like that which gives distance in atmosphere to...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

f SUFFRAGISTS MAKE J PLANS FOB BUS* (FAR I*refer (<> (Iain llnllot Through State llatlicr TIiiiii Fnlcrnl Art ion. wmt womi:.\ to m; kkady Urge Intelligent Interest in Affairs ^ of l.ocal (invcriiuieut as l-'irst Stop. j Mrs. <?'. Harvey Clarke Tolls of j Aims nf XnlVraue Workers. More ami more are vvoini'ii taking | 11 hand in governmental affairs. Soino j are consciously suffragists; others are J suffragists at In-art, who do not realize j that in tli- It vi'iy work for community j welfare they are expounding the doctrlnes of democracy and 1 rights for all. Among those 2it Virginia who are openly enlisted under tlx "Votes for Women" banner are numbered thousands <>t' the State's most progressive women. The year that has Jtist closed has l>ec:i devoted by the IC<|\ial Suffrage League of Richmond to the study of "Women iti Keiatiou to Matters Of < ".riv. ??anient." IMsctlSsing the suffrag&amp...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

PART FIVE Comics in colors, contain* i n is lies t Work of the World's Host Hulilolibttt Clever "Funny" Picturen that Appeal Irresistibly to Every Member of the Family Mpwbe close-up Bed mwe too strong temptation EOR HONORABLE L'IL' T30VSI - WtSHlWASH\ WOOCHI ? WAS ONCE also SFRESH KVDLE.T ' J $H -H-H I VEM I SAY M PLEASANT "DREWS'7 t>EN 7 UP M*T IT! honorable kids kRE NOT Xet WISE.! _ chass! GAZABO! - COME. down IN "der parlor ven \T 155 OFER vjnd TELL N\E iHQ\N IT CAME/qf. (.QU'P-^ ALL the SAME LIKEWISE TO SCALLYWAG SCkMP BOYS' OHO! SMALi ] SAW-BLADE ^ ?> SNIGGER through H CEILING WITH ^ SNE^kish Motion!j Honorable brats THINK1 MAYBE. VVISHIWASHl a^>ieep AT SWITCH! r^-? PLEASANT DREAMS "ootchy VfOOT C HY- \Ai ootc H \ Old scout'. /?*** [E_Pi WILL try "DO CHAMPION best with valet job. my MISERABLE name WlSHtWASHl WOOC.V-U at SLAVE SERVICE OF HONORABLE copious CAPTAIN GENTLEMAN! All. right WASH\W005HI , I but keep Your eye ON dod-gasted KlDS ! - A WO...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

*?. v Oswald "j H -\T H| i i_ oOKb ( ,~ ~~~ MNt; - I could I ' Vv ;oold u Wh.Li wait*? .f,r.' ' ALL ? I until Mv?j, ,|0M!.b %Jl) M^'olrLF' <. I call'b THlfN fr'v a > T" ?? V. t 1 ALL TR>| n ' ? v X _V' r: * ? iLk * ILL LEAVE IT here to coolOFT - i N05T hurr\ and f"(ET DR>e bbED' THERE'S THE DOOR OELL'ILl BET IT-o v, v ... L. JOrv'E^: c~J '?"^ ~1 J I ; 'T^\ I jiV # 1' ? ? V m s '% > 1L > at I :/a-v.^'T?itj1 c~. ' felitr1 iLi; " colly: I see pie! A? pv ' *ty' ' M&m ....-? ?<* r i; %. *W ._ V' ? y*>.i&:^aSQ Cut ? --*5 r.-r-^ X i <S|ce """* ft 1 %> v" b- ^ ?*? V / Mi" M f c i amd I'm COMMA eat some pie.J ft f%S I) \i m V i er ?j ? 1* t " 111 ^ Piays a Mean Trick on Him, but Swift Punishment Overtakes Him. ' ?'"prrlshiH. 1?>5. by lh<> f;:ar i onif*n>- ?ir??.?? liiiirti !::,?? i-? !tr,.??>???! I'M AWFUL...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

r~PKOi:ES50p. popo. RE A PS Your Past ! an? ; ; future m :t. ,& l HE CARP5 SHOW' M? THAT YoU ARE. ifX) lA^OUT To BE X.(/'i 4s\ ^IAKKI&d' AMD, m V \ ^2 } You HAVE. < . ) -7 Jy '(LATF.V.Y j5EEt\J & UMTRougLay \ <-j$? V ' if' >. \ GEE t i HAV 5 $o?thii-V*/. WONj>?R?ULf /2* . " /Y^Y^X \ i__VN ? K, & 0% A, ? ., ,s - Y?V> mH^a II h jyrf\r IIAAI Ia >T R A r I a HK In ?M J; ?*,' - >1 skA A a iL w ^W,n. "v, ? :. /.. .v His JLuck Is Bound to Improve, Becau c It Couldn't Get Any "N:rse. Co pj righted* I91G. b) the Star C - 1 V'l P|5f >??,? ?? i J . U ' h?1 f YOU CANT COh?lN _ I ME^E At^D YOU CAN'T GET \ M.'-.RRltPTc? ^UZAUtAE Y \'J?t rt OUT A BEST M AM \ ^9 a Hp GET Your ^RoTheRA V MDN i Mnpr-Nir v AKvrt oc at Ti.c i V ?r I ?=l? ! /where* #1 | / 'UN.CUE :. MoKtmorbacY?- , rt-4?? wJ. 1 v (KlWrflWA \Voij:LTo z>0IVE 1 \ A ? M A N V.. #5^\ V AT hi wf-)i...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

CoprrlRltleil. 1916. by the Star Company. Great Urltatn lllRbu llcsorred. cam walk: back ^?^ii^HROuGH the. park!' g,?J.l-two DOU-ars'.-J IS 80YS. mowd \ou )/ LI KG TO RIDE.TO (-? DEPOT WITH MElKi\ VA TA^CAB ?">r~r1V ^iis? ??'? \<v 7 l^^v' ? r-nffl| ->s-GR-EAT scott. \F I d\dnt have. my pock&t BOOK .tickets AMD Al_v_ in f-AV other coat JIMMVTAKE the TA*l AMD go Back and get Them quick . now! * > - :>'^5 ' : ^ ??? AVJ hop in shet UP'." KIM I go along? An we'll Play I BALL comin' Back! ' uniiii ONEv TWO tlb vto AW WVW1 1 /T k WHERE, am i GOiN an WHERES me. pares ah WHO's g0njn1a pavv the three dollars ? thats WOT i'd lvV-E. to . Know [ ? . hurry! mts StK dollars. ' | HOPE nuwlnttf happens to Them sons ofyfT ^tourn " s ft HE wuz plcktsi' A*le. &rease OUT o'thetrucx wri&eis* ?? You just leave: THAT To me|w i m .v/t rh > h#y jiwv . jm -v, ? ?? **? :??'-\ c" ,, - ;{'v irak-ir*^ .\v^,

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

PART SIX Magazine Feature* l>y Famoun Artists unil Authurts, illustrated In Colon* fftdpttond Cime^-JH^patclj New Disc<> 'erlw?Things not Found in n ?oks?Oddities from all over the World PART six January 10.1915= Copyright, 1915, by the Star Company. Great Britain Klghts Reserved ?sun .. \A > x ?;C^- < 2 <coJr O Yf ' I % j.ii ? /?hoto ?sv. ? o-htoPf>sk L-ohdom. Two Charming Piclurcs of Tamur Karsavina in "Schchcrazadc." Photo <? &"* E O.hoppE, ""I LONDON '-io. 0 o D <0 AMAR KARSAV1NA, the beautiful Rucflan dancer, has become an idol of London. Blie incarnated the fascinating, marvellously colored conceptions of the Russian artist, Leon Bakst. She flashes before her enchanted audiences in the Arabian loveliness of "Scheherazade," In the Egyptian witchery of "Cleopatra," in the Greek beauty of "Daphnls and Chloe," in the Hebrew allurements of "Salome," in the romantic setting...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

mk FOR tho cornerstone of the care of the complexion 1 depend upon tho dally body bath. To make the bath tonic stimulant and agreeable I have made many experiments. The most successful I have found to be this: To a tub half full of water add one pound of table salt and one pint of violet ammonia. The bath should be prepared ten minutes before one enters it. for the salt should be thoroughly dissolved and the ammonia should have been thoroughly mixed with the bath. This I vhry by the use of one pound of sea salt and half a pint of aromatic vinegar. These preparations, being of an astringent nature, should not be used every day. Three times a week are enough for their tonic effect. For a soothing bath I leave off tho salt and pour into the tub: One ounce of tincture of benzoin and two bath pastilles, scented to your taste, but never colored. This is the way I take it: As soon as 1 rise in tho morning 1 plunge into tny tepid hath. The'temperature i take myself, to be sure that my maid ...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

The Kwakiull Mummy-Eater Sitting on the Pa.\vs on the Raven- God Just After He Has Finished His Hideous Feast and Crying Out Joyously, "Hep! hep! hep!" iHE remarkable photographs reproduced on this page are the first ever published portraying the religious rites and customs of the hitherto mysterious Kwakiutl Indians of Alaska, said to be "reformed" head hunters. They are photographs taken on the actual native scenes by Kdward S. Curtis, an art photographer of international reputation, who has made a specialty of photographing representatives of the vanishing races, of this continent, together with details of their manner of life and their many curious customs. In this instance Mr. Curtis devoted three years to his task, living among the coast tribes of southern Alaska and northern British Colum bla, even becoming a "blood brother" in the Kwakiutl tribe. The results of his painstaking -camera work among these little-known Indians are incorporated in a motion picture called "In the L...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

What Became of Mrs. Akers's Soul? Was It Called Back from Heaven? Why Does Her Spirit Not Remember What It Saw in the World Beyond? Are Christ's Miracles Discredited? Discussed by Rev. Dr. Christian F. Reisner Pastor of Grace Methodist Church, West 104th Street? New York THERE is no doubt that people have been buried alive. Many specialists agree that life seems to be extinct from n body; every test proves it. Such people have even been ?partially prepared for burial, wheu suddenly they revive and recover. Even physicians make mistakes. Life in all its relationship^ is so mysterious that no one can be dogmatic. Even theologians had to learn that fact. The restoration of Mrs. Akers at Los. Angeles doubtless was so marvelous as to be almost miraculous. It appeared to be the first case of its kind. . If it could be established, many theories would be upset. Naturally the witnesses saw vividly all the evidence they desired to help them prove their position. They forgot other things. Zea...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Hi ;w Died on the Operating Table, Was he Had Been Dead 10 Minutes. Jfc'6ursev *Wlthoul*a~second'?"warnlng the'patient died JWe uuppoBo Bomo.vital aerve centra must havo become paralyzed. t'But let there'be'no'mlstake about It?she died. ''From whatever cauuo It was, tbo Instant the heart stopped functioning respiration and circulation ceased The blood became deoxidized. The hordes of Impurities waiting for jubt this opportunity rushed and took no* neBHlon of the blood. The Drat stages of decomposition Jiad begun." 'VWhat wo8-lt~that'actually happened to bring Mrs. Akero back to lifo? What did the manipulation of the heart do_that called her back to llfo?" Dr. Williams was asked. ? V. _ j'By the artificial respiration," he said, "the air, with Its oxygen, was drawn in and out of the lungs as In llfo. 'By tho pressing of the heart the blood waB sent through the circulatory system through tho luugs. There It met the oxygeu, end faintly, through the artificial respiration. there began t...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

How the War Has Promoted Many Romances Between Society Beauties and Officers Who Hastily Wed and Then Rush Back to the Battlefield Again * Officer of the Scots Guards, on Leave from the Front, Leaving the Archbishop of Canterbury's Office with His Special Marriage License. Ivondon. January 1. THE great war ha* had an extraordinary effect in stimulating marriage and romance in England and other European countries. So marked is this tendency that it may be doubted whether the war will have the effect, so much feared by philosophers, of permanently reducing the population. Never have there been so many marriages in the upper classes of English society as during the war period. The Church of England officials who issue special licenses for marriages to be performed away from church or under unusual circumstances, have had ten times the ordinary number of applications. This is a striking proof of the popularity of marriage among the upper classes, for they usually wish their weddings cel...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

ALL OVER EVERY WOMAN Ought to LOVE A SOLDIER By WILLIAM LEE HOWARD, M.D. HOSE who would keep the United States from having a military force that will mean the "*? respect of nations and individuals are of that class of mothers and fathers who will not allow their Bona to take boxing lessons or play football. Such sons !)? come effeminate men; their natures abhor manly t! ings; they bring weakness to a nation, and. if married, have Tor wives women who leave tliom in disgust or make them secondary factors in the family. Every man of experience and common sense knows that an expert boxer is never looking for a light. His physical condition, clean habits and self-con/fldence make others respect him, and the man can walk fearlessly among the crowd. The lighting man Is a man of peace, because those among the crowd who would like to pick a row or grab his watch fear his righteous arm and fist, know he is in fit condition, that they cannot get away with the goods TOYS OLDER Than SANTA CLAUS...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

English Countrywomen lieing Instructed in the Use of the Rifle Interesting Details About the New Force Who Will Use Weapons If Necessary to Defend Their Homes and Avoid the Fate 7hat Befell Belgian Women THE much-discussed plan or arming women to fight has at last become a serious reality 1n England. If the Germans ever land an army in Groat Britain they will undouhtr j'.y find women in arms. Four companies of women soldiers have now been formed. Their colonel is the Viscountess Castlcreagh, daughter-in-low of the Marquis of Londonderry and daughter of. the Risrht Honorable Henry Chaplin, M. P., one of the leaders of the Conservative party. The father of the new colonel presided at a meeting at the .Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, to promote the new organization of women soldiers. The Lord Mayor defined the project as having the purpose of "providing a trained and highly efficient body of women whose services can be offered to the state if required...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 11 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On matter* of Importance In rtty, State and nation, you need but read THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE PLACE TO BOARD can ra?lly bp determined by pnttlnK a amnll Ad. In the I'Umlfled column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOMIMK B5 Nl1 MlllCIt 11 RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915. ?TEN PAGES ^SVf.n? CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS \ Preliminary Answer Concedes Many of America's Contentions. POINTS TO DIFFICULTIES IN ACTUAL PRACTICE Promises Redress Whenever Action Exceeds Limits of International Law. OFFICIALS ARK WKLL PLEASED Tone Entirely Friendly, and Further Discussion Expected to Do In Same Vein. W A .sir INC. TON, January 10.?Croat Britain's preliminary reply to the pro- j of the United States agninnt In- i terruption of American rominercc by j the British fleet win made public here I and In London to-night by mutual ! agreement between the State Depart- I luent and the British Koreign Office. j The British nolo concurs In the view of the Lnlted States that commerce I betwe...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 11 January 1915

Germans Evacuate Lille, Dispatch From Boulogne Announces tttude of Italy towards the possible future co-ordination of ltalo-Bul-garlan Interests In tho war. E V HWITS KSS \VH ITES OK HIS OBSERVATIONS [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch. 1 LONDON, January 10.?"The experiences of this war havo caust-d many profound modifications t" tho theorits commonly held belore It broke out. | but no factor, perhaps, was po under- | estimated as the effect of high explosive projectiles tired by guns and j howitzers." This Is the conclusion drawn by Col- | onel B. D. Swinton In an eyewitness report issued by the official press bureau to-day. based upon observations In connection with tho operations of the British expeditionary force In i Franco and Belgium. Colonel Swinton In his report says: J "Tho allied artillery Is gradually assuming superiority over that of tho Germans This factor Is of grent Im- | portance in tho prosecution of our general offensive." The official narrative is dated January ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 11 January 1915

ASSEMBLY MACHINERY IS IN GOOD WORKING ODDER North Carolina legislature dots Down to Iluslnens, With Pros* pcctH of Productive Sesslouu EFFORT IS MADE FOR SPEED Proposed Committee, If Created, Is Expected to Facilitate Eabors by Consolidating Hills?Brevard Nixon Is Slated for Clerkship. fSpeclal to Tho Tlmcs-Plspntch.] RALEIGH. N. C.. January 10.?Tho passing of thro working days of tho 1315 Legislature finds the Assembly machinery in working order, Uio Introduction of bills under way, but with very few of the 1 (ounu committees yet announced?only five, In fapt. Tho.otherB arc understood to t>c well advanced in preparation and likely to be announced 'by Speaker Wooten during the first day or so of thin week. There 1* evident a marked desire on the part of members to rush the wohk "f the Assembly as rapidly as possible, in line with tho appeal made by Speaker Wooten, in accepting the office, for cooperation in an effort to complete tho work of the session well within the six...

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