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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

HUMID PLATERS RESUME SCHEDULE After Ii?y-Oflf of Two Weeks, Cue Artists Again Get Busy In the Struggle for Honors. BUTTON STILL IN THE LEAD Harry Cllne, However, Appears to Re the "Dnrk Horse," and Is l'laylng a Strong Game?Yanimln Has Streak of Hard Lurk. After a two weeks' rest during the holidays the players of the champion billiard players' league continued oil their seven-months schedule, which will terminate April 30. The players hnd played for twelve continuous weeks of one night stands, and the lay-off was welcomed by every member, owing to the strain and un certainty caused by playing on strange tables every night. The effect on the ivory caused by the climatic changes has made It very hard for the champions to make high runs and averages, such as are made during tournaments where conditions are per fect. At this time Harry Cllne seems to be the "dark horse," and reports from all parts of the country would indicate that his chances of winning the trophy are exceptionally br...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

AUTOtSTS URGE P15SIGE of mil m Georgia Representatives Bill Pro rldea lor One Rei^istrntion to He Good In Any State. HUGH LEGISLATION IS NEEDKD President Wilson, of the A. A. A., Hays Inference of United States j Supreme Court on Need of National | I jaw Should Prompt Attention. j Congress will bo asked by 1,600,000 of motor car users to pass the Adam ton meaeure. The American Automo bile Association ha* taken the mat ter in hand, and President John A. Wilson will confer In Washington with Representative William C. Adamson, of <~ieorgla, chairman of tho Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, and the author of a commonsense measure concisely 80t forth In tho following extract: . "No porsofi who shall have qualified by complying with the laws and regu lations of the State, territory or dis trict of his residence to use and oper ate such vehicle or vehicles shall be required In any other State or terri tory or district! into which he may go tor business or pleasure, to make a...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Johnny Conlon Asserts He Will Work His Way to the Top of the Bantam Class. WOLOAST AliSO VERY ACTIVE ."Maps Out a ltevenp:e Campaign, and Is to Try Conclusions With Willie Ritchie?lOarning Power of Pugil ist Unlimited. NEW YORK, January lfi.?'This np penrs to bo the year of rejuvenation in so far as whilom ring champions are concern oil. First we had Johnny Coil Ion's pronunclamento that he was go ing back to his batamwelght title: now wo have A1 Wolgast treading the path back to the lightweight throne. "Tho Michigan Wildcat." has his plans already perfected, and It only lemalns for him to execute them as he arranged In his own mlntl for him to reach once irfore the crest of the light weight wave. Wolgast has mapped out a revenge campaign. His tirst course Is to thrash Willie Ritchie so soundly as to dispel whatever doubt there existed In anyone's mind of A1 Wolgast's super iority over Willie Ritchie. It Is hard to convince the little Adolph that lie' should know better than to tamp...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

PART THREE Second News Section lnduntrlal Activities of ( Richmond and the Soath ^icfttnoud CfTimc^-JHspatctj Second News Section Editorial, Ural Estate and Want Ad Pagra PART THREE U5th YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS POWER IS LATENT IN NEW ENTENTE Scandinavia May Take Its Prop-i er Place as Result of Triple Alliance. MADE POSSIBLE BY THE WAR Harmony Finally Has Been Re stored, and Kings Cement Friendship. Resources of the Triple Entente of the -North S Tt f (I f ti?Population, n roii uqunrr mltcn), l72,S"(li ?nr Nlri-iiKtli, ft.1l.fti11 Import*, ?I ltS,(WK>, WMlj exports. *lti.t.ono.<HM>: ri'vrnum, ?7:i,ooo.ooo. llrnmnrU ? l'o|in In I Ion. ^.TT.'.UOU; nrrn (square inllrxl, I ft.IlKS: nnr Mtrrufctli, MMHHI; Impnrls, 9"lf).OOn, (HlOi riiiorlN, !l|i|l|,IHIil,IMHIi roomies, ?;i0.ftlKI.IHMI. Viirnn) ? Population, i nrt'11 (M<|unrr tnllrnl, I!il,l2!l| ngr ? IrrnBth, I ID.OOOi Import*. *14 I,<WIO, IKMlj riporto. SS7.(MHt,0<Xls rrvrnum, !t 1...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

OLD VUI APPLES: TIO BEAT THE WOULD Rappahannock County Mnn Gets IHr Prices for His Fruit in Liverpool. GOOD PACKING GKTS liKWAHU KVuit From Kailrontiless Virginia County drought Season's Highest I'rices in Knglanti? Orchard 1st Tells How t<> Turn (lie Trick. I ?Much ha? been snid. and is being said every day. about the low prices of apples", that Is. those that were crown in the vast orchards of Vir- | ginia last year Numerous archardists have been howling about these low prices, and at one time there was talk of a "buy-a-barrell" movement t'? help out the Impoverished orchardists. after t ?ie manner of the "buy-a-bale" move ment. started on its rather questionable 1 career In the interest of the cotton J grower of the South. It is true that the apple eaters in this Immediate latitude. the patrons of the Grecian and j Italian fruit stands and the buyers at j the corner grocer.\ stores, have not : discovered any serious fulling off in i the cost of tiie indlspensihle fruit, but...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

llPTIMISM ON EXGHUIGE I HAS PRONOUNCED TONE >oalinj?R Aro Heavy for Saturday, but Prices Firm Under Liead of Industrials. ifPFER FROM LIQUIDATION" bullish Operations by Hanking In lereatw Are Discouraged?Absorp tion Is Gradual, and Unevenness May Ro Expected for Borne Time. BV nitOADAN HAM.. NEW YORK. .Innuarv 16.?Dealing* on he Stork Kxthango were heavy to-day 'or Saturday. . I'rlce* were tlrm urnier th? ?sd of the Initoilrlnli, and the pronounced r|no of optimism continues. Th? higher prlce-1 International Indus rial* ar? suffering from a quiet but per ?iMent liquidation thut prevents enthu Issni and discourages bu III rli operation!" 'V bunking InlorotlK. Atchlaon. Union I'a ? 111". Southern Pacific and Krle are all for ale at price* only slightly above current flotations. The absorption of th?*e of ?rliigs *oea on gradually. l?ntll It It com pleted an uneven tone may be expected In he Met. Large profits 'n ntuck market operations ?re only acquired by the purchases of low nrlc...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

K?' jftirfimonii Cime^-P^pntrl) t'HK TIJIKS. Foundrd IBM Villi DISPATCH. Founded 1830 I'ublUhed erery day In the year by The Tlmea Olipatch Publlablnff Company, Inc. Addreaa alt fommunlnllou to TU K TI MISS-DISPATCH, Ttmca-DIapatch Itutldisac, 10 South Tenth Street UU'hmoad.- Vcu fBLEPHOXB, RAXDOf.PIl 1 Publication Odlrr 10 Sooth Tenth Street Snath Ittrbmond ,.1020 Hull Street Petersburg:. lOV North Sycamore Street liy&chburg HIS eighth Street IIASIIKOOK, STOItY A BROOKS. INC. Special AdrcrtlnlnK Itcprcaentntl vea. Xen York UK) Klfth Avenne Philadelphia Mutual -l.lfe Ilulldlng Chicago Pcople'a tiaa Uulldinv Sl'USCKIPTION HATES BY M MI, One Six Three One POSTAGK PAID Year. Moa. Moa. Mo, Dally and Sunday.... 96 O0 *3.00 *1 V? 5 .55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.O0 .35 Sunday only S.OO l.OO .50 .23 fly Tlmea-Dlapatch Carrier nellvrry Service la Mlchmond land Milnirlm) and l'r(crstnif(i Dally Tfith Sunday, one nrck IB cent* Dally Tilfhouf Sunday, one nrek 10 cent* Sunday only 6 centa Knter...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES Jesus, the World's Saviour and King Sermon b> urcv. i i.tn ii w. *roiii'kixs. Text: - iTor. v. 11-21. ? ' There i.s only one King and one avlour. The whole world Is'tinder His ? introl, ami Mix kingly power lies In ills redeeming love. All the llttlu potty '??rants who strut to and fro on the xtnjje of human experience. whether i hoy Ik; Kings of nations or obsessions of the personal lift.*, such as pride and ??ruelty and selfishness and passion, are ? "it tiguros ia a play, and a very cheap play at that. They arc like the marlo i***ltcs on the stage of a puppet theatre. Utile join-tod llguros imitating men and given voices hy a veiitrlloqust, hut i laughable burlesque ?>ti real man hood; like the .luncli and Judy shows which ili-l I fitted us in childhood beeauso t !??? > made a parody of family life. W?ro It not so serious wo would he tempted to laucl> at all the pomp and < ?'H tnuny and show of authority which tin world exhibits t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

<3^c3Jl?Z r22r? <0 IrJt-z JbnuL&j~y-<23 e> P>/<3y&J~^ of LJWEJZWE COMPANY s3C&Z3EWy JScZvv'&Jxi &rs2oZc?. 2X522^ c -Silly -Z,*ttzzc? W-Jh^e^-C^&yceJcott-JafrnV/arsieir ?i-T/ssjcIt Cali'sirsdlaur-'- i I ; M \IIKM\ OK Ml * IK. V'l ilit- week, except I'liurmlay nml ?"XiuFi'n?, ullh inatluee* WrdliMdny | rr>'* Kriils> ?I.B \ itiii- I oinpnnj, in ?"li.r Witehinu Hour." I bnr??ln>?\iinn l'n\ Innti, \ lexiitlllre \<>linin< nml Hiih>.I:iii hnllef. >r. til rri;i j . miilillCC anil niuht Allele lioriui, in ?? 1 lit? vinarr." iii.nn i h i: \ l iti Nil ihr ?i i n, ?villi nintliicc* Till'* ilnj. Tburnilii} mill Sntnriln>?Criiji-f scull ( uni|iiin>, In "llri'wMrr'fi >111- j lion*." i.> mhm.thi; vjhk.. \ll thr ni-rlit iHih <liiil> mnlilirrx? Popular \ ninir\ille mril picture*. sth \ mi i iik. \uti:. \!l the rcli, <*n n( in mitiH prrfnriii- 1 n?ri' Irimi r_' iiomt niiill II o'clock? Kuril mi >il til picture** ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

? (Continued fron^ sixth Pago.) '.vines uot'tjf.io mix 5 l'KATl/ltKH IMIHOPIIAX ACTS "1*' lo "'ehmoiid and vi/i uro. UKU'11 conspicuously In l l tl"c?won ,thfc bl?? that will make n.o.ir.'ThC," '* Tr[oU8!vi?aj"" nU n.ro tho transatlantic no wit)! a novel way of Introducing which ih"d rr0,o',u",,en' frfffctu with - dlvlH^ 1?. ,s,0",'",'?'?''?d. Tho act vnrnl ? tW<> Parts. Klr?t the u,ul ("atrumontal porformers no-' "h" In SI'""1 Then ?iffv- a Colonial scone of i... niST ,h0 ?,r,s- costumed In o'd-fashlonod boopskirts and the ' ' a" " Hoau BrOmniel. Tho prlncl !'?< music Is of i||0 hlcrhcr order, hut lectio",g0Pe" thCy nro UH,n* p?l,ular se ,1 -V7"rj "ouget and Party arc sens;.- ! heJalL HO called | th.Vv "h ,,hro"?'"?ut their exhibition I ThenJt*ly 1? ,atVK oC gravitation." i.of lhc Horlt's ?r difficult and ; of cnulllbrlsm lh .1.1 y cau"0" ? Simultaneous gasp1 and a rour bf.lttugiiteh .Vr\trVV ..'8 "The Humorous ^..jurer, prestl ft ld,K Wur , ,,,u9,0"l?t. Jarrow Is ???/ . k...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH TKAR I ADMITTEDLY THE HERT MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH VOn CI>ASS IKIED ADVERTISING. I'liLKPIlO.NE YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMKS- DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. OAIL.T. fn? tent n word when paid In ad vance No ad. taken for less than 10 c?nta. SUNDAY, one am! one-half cents a word for all classified ?d?. except Situations Wanted at one rent a word. No ?d. tukeu for le?? > than 13 ?-ents. NO AI)S. taken for le?.? than 25 cents when ' charge 1 or pJion^d In. Paoned orders not I Guaranteed. *,.?*silleatloiia not guaranteed i i.Hqi J-1 V' m IA>ST AM) FOUND. HEW AR ~ I will give i i'ward to1 the llrst p.-i son who furnishes mo the address ??! 10. Peterson (i'ulore<l). 1 Jlo kept store at L':! North Henry ami dived at l.'T 1 - J West Duval up to Jibout November 1,?, I'.ilt. William 11. W \ at! .1 ?.. II ?\. C R. LOST, otic big horse. ?; n t out of Sou thcrn Sioek - Yards. Last seen running out West Broad Street toward ilie Boulevard, Reward if returned to Smyth B...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

FOR KENT?Rooms M ElJl UM-size room for one. with noiird, for $6 per week. Madison 1<24-J. VERY large heated front room, with board, for three young men. 4~> per week each. 11 1-2 SouthThlrd Street. FOR rent, two front furnished rooms; liKht housekeeping If desired. 112 Kast Clay. ABKR House, ono sijuaro from State Capitol. Handsomely furnished front rooniH. southern exposure; steam heat, electric lights, shower bath. $2 per week and up. Eighth and Franklin. OCCUPANT for furnished fooin, central location. Terms moderate. 310 East Frank It?. - OXK nicely furnished, steam-heated room, with or without board. ( 2')?i West Grace. '"OMFORTABDY furnished room, SI per _ week. r,in North Seventh Street. . l*"OR rent, furnished rooms with or without board In private family. II*; South Fifth Street. Phone Randolph i?H-X2. i'l'RNISHKD rooms with or without hoard. Phone and hath. Also light housekeeping list. CO 1 Kast Main St reet. I'OR rent, lame furnished room. I'rice. $8 per month. I'ho...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

.MEETINGS*. 1 VI UOI NT A TRUST COMPANY. Illchmoiul, VlrRlnia, December 31. 1914. , THK annual m-ttitiK of the stockhold crn of this comp-'my will bo held at the otno.o of tho company, No. lift;! Kast Main Street, Richmond, Virginia, at 12 o'clock M , on Wednesday, Jan uary 20. 1915. j K. 1>. AYI.KTT, Secretary. TIIE regular annual meeting of the stockholders of Sydnor &? Hundley, Inc., will b? held at the office of the company. Seventh and Grace Streets, Richmond. Va . Tuesdav, January 1!', 1916. at 4 o'clock P. M. \\\ M CllLMORK, Secretary. VlrKlnia State Insurance Company, Richmond, Va.. .Ian. 7. 191ft. TIIK annual me? tiim of the stockhold ers of this company will l>e held at the ofl'ice of tin- Virginia Trust Com pany, East Main Street. lit the city of Richmond, Va, on THURSDAY, January 2S. 1915, at l" o'clock noon. U'll.l.lAM K. M 11,1,Kit. Secretary and Ti castirer. THK annual meeting of tin stockhold ers of tht- Iv IV Taylor will be j iiehl at the oflio- ,,f the co...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

FXDIi BAIil<<?Paruui ?^???drtfnr,n cheap. If Inter ? Vk. Ownor. Uox 227, Karm fKrm^lmh -Inia ,hl" n' at ,owo?t prices til vir ? ?Jlv?' 8,hould. communicate with me. ?erla'nd Um16,?, ,n Ruckinuham. Cum eriana and I-luvanna Counties (Joori ?cre?VArdrtri": *???: *Vto ?20?K i-atch 8 ? t>23> care Tlmee-Dls Viot8?!P' ?90.Scrp? jaT'tl. 1 mile-of de frn.V, ni Southern Railway. 20 miles ? ?rd? nin?mor t ?V,U <,ut about 1.000 t_. wo?(1. about 300.000 feet saw '3 ooo n y;aU c;i8i, P?y???MU. Price. ^?000. B 43. caro Times-Idspatch. r?^Ja'i?1 S'ce ?-room house, 2 acres', ! a} on Southern y,?, ob.?.ut 20 ,nlleM f,om Rich I",,-. Small cash payment, balance ?'ispHtl h l>ayn,e,Us- ,J caro Times II ?ilTi'lKM.AN'S, ??tato of~S5 acr^s. 'high .hvMiiL0,npullivatlon: ?ne Colonial 10, rooin?: 17 outbuildings. Litlilr ?8tit water frontage; bathing. I? nri flahlijgr, ducking oystera, et<*. Irltx- orchard: 4 hours' automobile to n'y- PrCC, 121.000. Will trade. Im 5. clty Propi-rt.v. Addre...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

l-'Olt UK N'T?I'ints. j'XHi rent. new .'i-robm flat i;as taupe and water heater ill kitchen. SlO-A North Kourth St root. I'XiR rent, Hat of ? ooms and bath. "80?". East Hroad St tort , 1*011 rent, a modern f.-room Mat. private bath in Burton lb :^lxts. fall Ran dolph SJ7. KL.AT F, rooms :<tid bath. moilorn eon vt nionces. hot-water boat, separate furnace, halt l.'ock car lino. 300t> West * J rare. Phone ISi iiU vanl ?'>:'3. KOft ror.t. :: l:irK< rooms tuid bath, up l>rr tlat, 1M"S Kast Play Street. 1"'Ml rent. n 1 v lower H it. furnished or ' unfurnished. Phone Madison 3S31-.I. ; ! ?U rent, a moth in list of s rooms. | No. Is J i West tJraeo Street Price, j 5-*00 per annum. <"all P.oulcvard 7tin-I. I.OWKlt Hat. S rooms. Ilofetenee re quired. ti?4 North Sixth Street. SKCON'P Hat of 100ms. bath, u i?, ejeotrio lights Possession at once. ' ?Mo a month. 1 ?; South \ddisoti Street.' K> Mt rent, tlrst tloor. steam heated Hat ! .1 or 4 rooms. Ii-ue dintiinu-room: Miita...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

PART FOUR > \ Society, Fashions and the llouHehold?Of Interest to livery Woman / C5th YEAR Qmtederate Colura Genrealoftleal Times Dispatch Children's Club r: . t# :"-v - ' ? - RICHMOND. VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS r-r? Attractive Coatings In Every Wanted Fabric, Ranging in Price From $1.50 to $6.00 Yard f ? >> We Sell More Ready-t?-Wear Garments for Women Thin Any Olker Richmond Store. 55-inrli Zlbeline, a cloth of ? style and durability; per yard, $1.50 and $i!-00. 54-Inch Chinchilla; regular polling prico $H.on, now $2.00 per yard. > 60-inch Arabian Lamb; a very hund Bomo coating fabric; offered at $.1.00, 50 and 1?1.00 per yard. 50-inch Genuine Broadtail, an extreme ly attractive fabric for coats or u*mniings, per yard, ?0.00. 50-inch Genuine Scalette Plush; a beau tiful fabric in quality and finish, per yard, $5.00 and #0.00. Where Things Are What They Seem. J Press Goods at: Unusually Lou) Prices $1.00 Broadcloth Jioif loc. These aro our regular ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

I SOCIETY IN EVIDENCE : AT ACADEMY BP MUSIC '/ # - ti'v' ?* *?' ? ? ? 1 Jinny Parties Have llo\es for I'or forinaiicos of Maude .Xditins. * I < . - VHUilMA l>\\ \T WOMAN'S C'l.t'll ; It?v. Walter Hiissrll Howie, I>. I)., to * Ho (lie Speaker?.1?>1111 IVwell t?? Address t *1 nI? on < 'onditions in Vienna?Others Affairs of Interest. A .J l ea I deal Ot I I!! n i???:! :e ? I l<'tt in line was done list \v< . U ual many a! - ?fairs <?f interest win clv? i- ai'ionu the ! inarrli'il set T> >? ? !< I iit.i'iio were ? mm h in < vi<i. :i. . at th< 1"?\ parties srivon t?. witness tli'1 perforn iiici' ot Alaiide Adams at tin Aeadeiiiv ??i Musi both Friday and Satiii'dny rvcnliiKs and ' ii (rroat nuitiI? <>1 ? foriit'l suppers at ?lUl>S- {I lid plt\;.te ll.MIH'. | ..| 111 ..I'll IJ i ? play. Km th- eon ii.u wtek soeietx wilt l?c more <>r less I>u*;\ with small hut exeeedi'li: 1 v viiai I Hairs Thlirsdnj at o'eloek Mis. Cordon Wallace w...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

HAVE YOU TAKEN RIDE ON MECHANICAL CAMEL? Thnt Is tho Very Latest Fad Among Society People ut Hot HprlngH. CAPAVAK IK INK T A L Ij E 1) Teas, Supper Parties and Much Dancing Have Contributed to Jol- i llty of Week at Famous Resort. Milks and Drives Draw Many. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] HOT SPRINGS, VA? January ID.;?To ?o for a rlilo on a mechanical camel , after a plunge In tho warm sulphur' pool, or one of the "spout" batlis that society people are ho fond of taking xhpre, is a fad that has Just developed ' with the Installation of a small caravan | of these ingenious exercising machines j In the gymnasium connected with the I Homestead ilotei kurhaus. With their 1 gawky, half swaying, half humping rno- j Hon. they give the liver a line Jolt, and together with the hath, make the most obstreperou> person willing to follow the ride with a half-hour's r<-st on a couch, which is part of the treatment. Colonel 10d ward I,. Kblrhlge, of Boston, \ is generally acknowledged comm...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Isms IT LOG CM " * AND ELMHKT FIRM Outings to Popular Hesorts Prove Agreeable Diversions to White Sulphur (iuests. SKV K K \ I. rOHMAI. PAllTIES Many Visitors Arrive From Xortli, Stopping tIff for "Kur" or Merely Breaking Their Journey Knroute to Warmth or I'lorida. [Special to Tli? Times-Pispateh.) wiim: sfi.pih p. spuin?.;s. w. v.v. January it;. Several ;>>rtnal ?Iiji?? r par ties in the t udor- ruom o! tin- New Orocnhflcr and numerous '>1(1 Virginia and game luncheon* and suppers at the lyig Cabin ami Klmhurst Farm have been the diversions of a iiironp that lias arrived to take th. "kur." and plans to live out of door? and .<t the kurhaus. A. M. Post-Mi t? nell. ... Tux-do. wllo arrived (rmn l-'r.im-e a month aco. and has been lie-.- takmi; the baths'. has entertained at <.-v? ral farinhniise af fairs, a? have Gcoir' K. f-lit-Mon, Alli <011 V. Armour. Mr. ami Mr.-". Julian d< Cordova, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sharpe, Mr. and Mi- I'liny Flsk. Colonel James Itnnsom ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

?HILL CONTINUES STOW OF PRISON LIFE e Vlolutes ltules of Union Cap torn j ami Is Sentenced to the (iunrd-House. i K-NDS UNDiOllC*HOUND IjKTTKKS ederal Soldiers Had Keen Midline Kpistles Without Formality of < ensoriiiK and Ciets Into Serious Trouble. I neglected to mention an Incident of liicli I was a witness In the late fall, lie mother of n. soldier named Worst, "om Luray or its vicinity, came to s?'? ??r son. She was not admitted within palisade, hut wan compelled to kiss 1 r son throug.h the circular orilicc in i?- big: gate. The incident riled mo ' i y much, hut il may not stir the ire ' others at tills distant day. Hut ladles, ere. at other times, admitted within ic charmed circle. Several Sisters of harity passed tnrough our schoolroom ?i one occasion, and Mrs. Wane, mother i one of our vardinates, was also a<J littcd. This visit, or rather what occurred urlng its progress, caused me some inusonient and demonstrated how a liferent collection,of words may affect sentenc...

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