ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 53,484 items from Richmond Times-Dispatch, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
53,484 results
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

3 6 R0. Hit\ G "n & \ m G Drnvrn I?j- .Y<-nnct1<? S. StriuiMP. fiiirroi l II. Unll. Jr. Drntiu l?y Mcrlp IVrlilr*. I)rn\iii liy Holly "Xiiim'C. Drnwn l?y Miirlc 1 .1 i / n!><?( h i \\ illtum*. . iJraiiu l?y I'nul Stunrt Coir, Correspondence Column I Certainly niil. Dear Editor,? Enclosed you will And some drawings. 1'lea so print them first chance. You must please excuse l>lue ink. I haven't any other kind at present. I ?id you have u Rood time Christmas? 1 Just had a grand time. From your old mem tier, HOUOTHY WAT ..LIS. Goodlocs, Spotsylvania Co., Va. Appreciate It Very lliich. Dear Editor,? I enclose a drawing of last year's shoe. Did you receive my <'liristmas card? Hope you did. 1 miss .Master Nicholas Drake on our pace very much; also miss ISmnia Chadwicu. Hope they will soon come hack to our pane. With love and best wishes, from your member, ALBERT DOYLE. McKenney, Va. Ilntlxe Received. Dear Editor,?1 received my badge, and am very much pleased with it, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

ADY DUFF-GORDOM, the famous "Lucilc" of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and best in ?tyles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her intQ dose touch with that centre of fashion. L By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile"). 1HB most Important thing about having dresses Is to know how to wear them. This may seem like an obvious re mark, but I assure you that If you will look about you. as I do, on the streets, In the ballrooms and every place where women who have money enough to buy good clothes and who do buy good clotheB gather, you will Bee that Its significance 1b at least not obvious to the majority of these women. Some look as though their clothes had been thrown on them, others as though they were wearing clothes made for some one else?only In the few do you find the perfect harmony of dress and manner which speaks "the lady." It seems a pity that s...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

VIRGINIA SUFFRAGIST III PESCE 3EM0N5I1TI8N Kate Wallor llnriet Kcptwiils State Ianihiu' at Wash ington. j ADOPTS I'KAI'M IIKSOMTIO.N Wtnnori Would Put Si?>|* ? Intrrnn tioiial Dueling, Is lU'llt'l' of Prom inent Thinker*?Would t'oncon trato in Opposition to War. In til. It.I tloa-xviclt |M |.I> imul h.\ the women of th I" t; i U ? 1 St.it. :: in Washington l ist wok. IM?- Knual Suf frage l.? in"e ?>! V! ? .m.i was r pre sented y \ .V.f- K ? Waller ItamM, In :ul of tin- I'to if " Home. Alexandria, who i 010 <>f tin honora}\v vlee-pri'sh'. i:t s ? !< I' *vu? acre. i ;h. : r '? \\.. n hi iii i h" ?111 11 re St at i ? . t.liy repri -''lit all v. ? i- .....I t1 .in Mr.-. IV,! i . t M r ?\ i.I ' ? ? 't social work. h? humankind ami H-- .. i: ??? rnaU. a better \v<ii'ld ' ' VV ? ? 1,1 a l'f? ' SC". t .1 t i V ' ' In t; V > ? ! ? I'! -a :? I'l" I he res 'Uii . ? u> ? c.overnnients hy . \- ? t I > w nmi'tl" is. ,-f not- of tlx . :? ?'?>. At t If !:???? ? ' t ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Comics in colors, contoin i n k l? o s t Work of tho World's Host Humorists Clover "Kuuny'' Picture? that Appeal Irresistibly to Every Member of the Family PART FIVE COMIC Richmond, SECTION AtowsSfens January 17, 1915 Copyrighted. 1119', kr Of Mtr wiurtn Rlxnti R???rr?d The Original Katzenjammer Kids STOP IT i 5w! dod gast-jt! heip' ]( t>Ef/| FINE ' s /) V/isWERs, Pierre ,dod- ) G AST IT J M/XV6E 1 S COOLD Hf\F MINE LIKE J V. I CHEESE .' / ((GftSTOMDE^ WmMmk \\ohopsuey.v l ZLEWHTAIN ADVERTISE for ^E VALET ? "behold r AM HERE! -"PIERRE. r? EES MY NAME 1 y-^f DOTS DER IDEA "Ding bust it< Z15 VAJIU_ geeve ZE ) CAPTAIN ZE G^M' l. AuV. MAFot ! eE UDIES will GO KRA-ZEE WHEN ZEY SEE ZE ^ Beaoteeful v?\J A loow.HkNS,! GOT DER DOUBLE Action on my snippers: SIMPLICITY ISS DER BEST 1 POLICY! NIX ON DER sty US H NESS FOR ME! iftxW. <r?V Behold! eet eesP\etoe,ze JL I GREAT valft zat done zb ? v "Trick! rT^b-G^STiT7^ ? I PIERRE! I>ER V?S ^ ^?iTTT) ^ERS 1SS ^ x^viyrjUop-siDEDi ^ I GET ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

clau1? Level, Don't You Sometimes Think Just a Wee Bit?Well, You Know! copjrrlkbt' /1 wont marry Ycu unless Ycu ( have A fqo amd fim.0 A ) i MAM AND i i pb ai The. house v.at two O'clock ' i officer tchj3l^ ^ \cmvo af\ \ A'great / v j sowicf-l ?f!t"? will yotea .. ^ btthel < c-j-i&tst m/vm) ?^t 7 at my s [cap I'M) ~ / 5orif ay; obuc-wj r , ^ lyoujts v we^mtappy.^oura. a p'v- vty go op a?u< '?1 a- wf.ll. ; go 1 nouup To 1vt-! ) nation house/ \ amp ask THE. /;, c'\?ra\h Tc ( ht. can )6tt mak^epj without ar 'jvttpt ham > /^ure,^0\ / /> heai>,anp\ prim G me 0ack s A rvtcl ot c vfht. wlrj)j>lho) x cak(=. c ^you'j) ^vncfc. wfcafl. ,y0upx c\vil?ah clolhts 6f?e,That trunks 1<? S>0\TA\V\ly \ faamn & otjj (tufct AUTO. S"" .' look* out a-a-a p "' l air-it V-'.o youyc 2?r>r\T <?;? ,you^ tp,iih \ n"t i on toihuy " ': -??v' ?e late < i'll takfe itv, ,-To you (A cap. V tor you5?? < > you mu'>t LEI i tc. rt^arp r" ?vybu r . o u o u 0? h i A fsfstst ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

don't Co to the: Movir/o TOtA\<iviT a^o ILL PROM| \ to KEEP CUT j OV THE F>\E ?h AND TEH , I CENT I STOREb HERE PREOOub too CAN TAKE tour RUBBER GbAUU to the f THEATRE IF VOU WANT ' / OH. ' SN OOKlF that ISN'T NICE* f i'OVv HOLD OH to TV-IE G>ALL i LIKE A cooo 5? e>ox' :ctsT CRT - PAPA N/lLL CET IT LOVET Or-vt v.vGRR^ ACTOR FOLk^ won'T <C' ON SrA< t : ?. $$$?35 Wf-p: ' ?' '?*v-v'i'-?'?.??:? ? ' :i,;V ' .???? : '! la la I'M all RI4HT DEAR * BUT WHERE i*b ? \i<V. BA&V5 BALL ? J ? 'I"" ??.-f'" ^ 1 rv. ^W-7' \ OUT 1 AND STAT ,\ OUT! MEW:a. MIND'IT" " WE' LC.L-T AMOTI1ER AND CO HOME AMD LET ?>AtVy PlAV

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

jimmy. taw?e_0a0y down to see the skaters on THE rwer. . , pa.pa AND * wiul BE along r-vght avjav " ww ats up? " g-ltto^fa there p\nk an' .letoimnv* WDE w?t d' baby. vts his kid! " hey.jim'see ) GET d'DorG-to GO APTER. d'bone an'tiew HE PUSHES c3led. put *>' baby on an' i'LL. GIVE him A RlDE?' "yum GOTTA hand it tuh PINK. dis time. HE'S GOTTA CLEVER IDEA? " i will NOT AlNT it my Sled?* yes. man\ma' . '??? jjaeg ? ? '. . .iv.x .... >.? NOW SEE whatyouse feu.ERS did! HE'S . " .runmed off?" J ^ WHADDA vuh meam9 LEGGO O* me !* HEAVEN! 5 1 FATHER:! ITS BABV! WHOA. FIDO OH. not AT all.. \ CAMF. OUT here ~to r>0 ThlS i enviov it sol" j V/hadda yuh ? MEAN by^ummini ta'way like DAT?' hurry1, hurry! thev vvent this way! ^ ^^ HEY. mi5sus thompson look.ut d'dorc foujejr "DlS BONE. \ " J OH no1, BUT OUST harsh ?? ENOUGH! father. you WONT be too harsh will Vou ? - rs&~-> well.fido ^ "you've. certainly earned ?is*- > jimmvl COME,,f .here!/

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Magazlno Feature* by Famous Artists and Authorn, Illustrated in Colors Now Diact'erle-j?Things not Found in ** <oka?Oddi ties from all over the World PART six Copyright, 1915, by tba ; Star Com pa ay. Great Britain Rlgt * Sitervod By JULES GUERIN The Noted Artiot and Director of Color of the Panama'Pacific Exposition MAGINE a gigantic Persian rug of soft, melting tones, with brilliant splashes here and there, spread down for a mile or more, and you may get Bome idea of what the Panama-Pacific Exposition will look like if viewed from the distance, say, of the Sausalito Heights, across the Golden Gate. For the Panama-Pacific International Exposition 13 to be unique among Che expositions of the world in that it will be a "City of Color." Not that color is the chief value of the ex position, for its architectural features are equally remarkable. This colpr plan?that of making the group of buildings a veritable blaze of glory and at the Bame time avoiding tho garish or barbaric?Is the...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

YOU MIGHT TRY? When Washing Overalls. ALL the paint marks can be removed from overalls by letting them soak for a day in turpentine. For Tea Stains. TEA etains should be rubbed -with glycerine before the fabric is washed. When You Spill Paint. SHOULD fresh paint bo spilled on the floor, pour some vinegar on it at once and wipe up with a soft cloth. For Wine Stains. WINK slain? which havo dried on the table cloth or napkins should be touched with a few drops of whiskey before the linen is sent to the laundry. For Cleaning Silver. PRECIPITATED chalk is excellent for cleaning tarnished silver. Place a little in n saucer and add Just enough liquid ammonia to moisten it. Hub this lightly over the silver, and the stains will quickly disappear. Then wash in hot suds, dry carefully, and polish with a clean chamois leather. For Fruit Stains 011 Woolen. WET the spots with tepid water, thep rub on dry starch and hang out in the sun. Washing in kerosene before washing with soap and water is ano...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

The (iny (irnnil Duihrint (ilven In l.nrrlcM MarrinKO by the Czar to I'rlncc William of Svredeu. She Flmt .Shock* the Conrt of Swe den l>y I'ourlnic (hninpncne Down nn A rabnnnndor'n Neck. She'In Dlarovrrrd DreBHlnir MIj* it (.111lr ISIrl nnd (io!ne So Dlsgnil?ed to a Public Art School. Ki I.nat Sh^ Ik Dlvorcrtl from llor Jloj-nl Hmhnnil, to Whom TUclr Child la (ilvcn. Returning- to ItunKln, the Czar Will Have .\i)(blnc to Do ?ltli iler and Site Is Soclulljr Oatrm-Iceil. ?>o?t fiM a \iirsr on the Iluxnlnn Dnta llellrltl, Slip 1h WOrK Inn; Out thn I'ennuce the Cznr linn Impovd 1'pon Ilcr. The Grand Duchess Marle'e Frivo lous Stepnother, Countess ^ohen felsen, ftr Marrying Whom Her Father Vas Exiled by the Czar. St. Petersburg, Jan. 2. b \ f11E Grand Duchess Mario of Rissia, divorced wife of A Ifince William of Sweden, la doing penance for her sins in a man ner uust. unusual for Imperial princesses. Sho las been ordered to atone by faithfu' service as a nurse among the voundei R...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

How the Right Arm of a Dying Soldier Ife Grafted on to the Arm of a French General {Gen. Faber), Whose Right Arm Had Been Torn Off by a Shrapnel Shell on a Belgian Battlefield Dr. Alexis Carrel, one of the most distinguished members of the laboratory staff of the Rockefeller Research Institute Dr. Carrel's Experimental Researches and Previous Successes Which Have Led Up to This Remarkable Achievement Explained by Dr. John Bessner Huber. DR ALEXIS CARREL, of the Rockefeller Institute of New York, now serving In a Pants hospital, Is reported to have ?uccee?fally grafted a right arm on General Trumelet Faber, whose own mem ber had been torn off by a shell In Belgium. The grafted arm wm ampu tated from a mortally wounded private. There Is nothing unreasonable or Improbable in tills report. In fact, as we shall see, such a grafting or transplantation would be the latest logical and natural step In the wonderful series which have made this surgeon and biologist so Justly famouB and which ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Carrel's Astonishing Experiments As Told by Dr. Carrel Himself Dr. CarrcVmade the .following"precise statements. as results of the transplantation/of blood-vessels, organs mbs. irding the practical applications^orthe transplantation /essels and organs, as well as the transplantation of ij * A t , s necessary to emphasize that ^even^a^method which Uent results on animals must'not be applied directlj There are marked anatomie/and^physiological differ een the tissues and organs^of man and of dog or cat xls have to be modified according to these,differ avascular surgery every detail has a'great importance, 11 fault of technique can produce fatal accidents/ But .n also that these accidents do not happen"when^a very i:thod is used. Perhaps* it will be'j possible*!to^t utilize in clinical surgery (on human.beings) some1 of the'ex i results that we have obtained. ? ^ * 4 ? proved by the experiinents^made'at f the Rockefeller hat the remote results of the transplantation of fresh iTbe perfec...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

A Photograph of the Letter That the Unknown Mother Pinned on the Clothing of the Christmas Baby. Pathetic and Not Too Welcome Little Waif the Big City Was Given and What the Stars Say Her Future Is to Be WHILE New York was still aglow with the myriad lights from a million Christ mas trees and nthrob with the joy of Yuletlde giving, on December 2S, the big city received a belated Christmas gift It had not expected. The Salvation Army had been holding a service beneath a plant evergreen tree set up by the city on the south sido of Madison Square. The last Hallelujah was dying away In the frosty air. The singers were descending the steps of the square pavilion erected for their use. The Hirhts from tin? great tree beamed like a thousand soft eyes through the dusk, when Patrolman Matthew Adams caw the gift. .Patrolman Adams, bulky and slow moving in his new blue uniform, moved close to the bench. To be exact, as all should be, it lay on the third bench in the second tier of benches faci...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

ALL OVER ANY BULLET May WOUND JUST LIKE A "DUM DUM" INGE tho war in Europe began wo have hoard a great (leal about "dum dum" bulletB, but most of what has been said about them apparently ha3 no basis whatever in fact. "Hum dum" is the name applied to a bullet whose jacket has been cut at the point, so that when tho missile linds its mark in a human body, tho lead core will burst out Into the flesh or bone and indict a much more serious wound. The Germans have been charged with using thesr: Inhuman bullets, and they have replied with counter charges that tho allied governments were supplying their armies with the cruel "dum dump." The fact of the matter is tliat any soldier can, with his jack knife or bayonet "dum dum" a bullet in a few seconds. Hut there 1b no more proof that this has been done to any great extent than thero is that the warring nations have supplied their armies with "dum dums." The basis of all these charges and' counter-charges is largely the character of the woun...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 17 January 1915

Mile. Suzanne Leuzlin Completing H Powerful Reverse Twist Serve in Tennis Miss Hanneman with the Back Dive Half Completed Mrs. Carey Kumsey (.Carol Ilurriman) in Action on the Polo Field. 10 jp* Remarkable Progress Made by Women ii All Lines of Outdoor Sports Since Grand ma Just Sat Around and Knitted HE recent remarkable exhibitions of swimming and diving by young women contestants at the New York Sportsmen's Show, held in Madison Square Garden, directs renewed attention to the Increasing efficiency of women ath letes In all branches of out-door Bports. Here was indeed a significant spectacle ?a score of fine, modest, well-bred girls? carrying off swimming and diving honors before mixed audiences of tens of thou sands during a whole week from Jan. 2 to Jan. 9, and doing It with as much con fidence and unembarrassinent as though ?ey were so many professionals of the erner sex. This is the second year of that spectacle in connection with the Sportsmen's Show. It is the most emphatic ...

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. — 18 January 1915

TO KEEP IN TOUCH Willi world uiovcmrntR. ?) ntll U thf iuwk of your city aud Staff, rtid THE TIMES-DISPATCH fftrfitnond SrimcSiBisimtclj IT WILL PAY YOU to ndvrrlUr your nnul. xthrlhfr you dralre to buy or ?irll?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOMJMK OS ncmuiok ih RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1915.?TEN PAGES ^iTVr,u ?CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS DETAILED REPORTS ADD TO LIST OF DEAD Magnitude of Italy's Earthquake Horror Grows as Later Ad vices Are Received. FRANTIC APPEALS FOR HELP Severe Winter Weather Adds to Misery of Survivors, Many of Whom Lack Shelter. Renewal of Shocks Increases Terror MOME, .Intitinry 17.?A rrnfwil of Helnmli- illMliirbnnren enrly to-ilny nililnl (it (he lerrjpr of reMlileiitn of purl* of (lie illntrlct vlnlteil by the (llnnslroiiM rnrl lii|imke IiihI Wi'ilnr* ilny. AIIIioiikIi to-iliij-'n *hnck* ivrrr Dalit. ItulliIlnKN nlilcli hnil lirrn crnckeil ntiil nerr totterlnic from the rdi'i-!* of the llr*l illnturbnnee w?tv completely nir.nl. In Avrtinno nnil ??i?r?...

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. — 18 January 1915

_____ ? Russians Succeed in Checking German Advance on Warsaw tro and right. and within three min utes captured the first line of trenches. That afternoon the entire border of the plateau was in Gorman hands. The position of the French troops advancing .against the Merman right liccatnc desperate, and thoy surren dered oti the Hth when the tiormnn right wing commenced an encircling movement. Oorrnnn artillery. It Is claimed, now commands the Aisnc Valley. KliKVlSNTlI TVHKISII COIll'S COM1M.BTKI.V W MIIH. \TKP I'KTROOKAD. January 1 7.?The fol-j lowing report has boon received from Till is: ?Thf Army of the Caucasus has cov- | cred its Hags wiNi glory by a fresh heroic exploit, havitiv completely an nihilated the Kleventh Turkish <'"rb.s- , with the exception ?? f several insignitl-j cant elements, which are fleeing in dis order. We have captured all the i?r tillery of this corps BOOK ADOPTION TO BE TAKEN UP ON THURSDAY {Continued fr??m Kh'St l'ag- ? the Virginia Rooic Company to a...

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. — 18 January 1915

IIFTEEN APPDOPBIIITIDN BILLS BEFORE CONKS j'-ailers Pessimistir Over Outlook, as Some of These Are Certain to Develop Op|?osltlon. OENRRA 1i LEGISLATION j^WMled as Absolutely Out of Ques tion to Kxpect Art Ion on Consor vation or Philippine Self-Ciovern nient Measures. WASHINGTON, January 17.?Fours j'nt no general legislation can be jiKfied in the .Senate before March I now are being supplemented by the |r'r>rchen?lon 011 the part of the admln i'ration leaders that some of the gen :;l supply bills alao will fall, umIcsh plan can bo devised to expedite leg iatlve bustnohh. '?'I ft eon appropriation bills, Includ '?> "ifi District of Columbia measure, Itb (la prohibition rider, remain to l?e Wposed of. Koine Democratic leaders hvo become extremely pessimistic over outlook, remembering that the Hval. military and rivers and harbors leasures all are certain to develop op r,sl t Ion. Some Democrats openly declare. and , 1 v? ,0l'l the President, it Is extremely I'-ubtful If the shi...

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. — 18 January 1915

\V / J LJ Ethical Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story TIIK I.AND OK IjITTLK SOIJI.S. My Julln Chnndlrr Muut. At tho self-same hour of tho self same day two \yomen shook off their physical shackles and stood stripped to the soul before tho God who made them, each to give an account of tho deeds done In the body. The First Woman's spirit-body was like unto a snowdrop, so fair and white and frail was it to look upon, ami her voice purled like thai of a brook which sings its way through tHe woods. "I have been the recipient of Thy greatest blessings," she confessed with Kratitude to her Creator. "From my childhood 1 have been protected from all the roughness of tho world; shel tered from the cruel winds of life. My way has always been goldon with sun light, and my life blessed with love. When 1 was a very little girl my mother shielded me from contact with ungentle children. When I was a maid my father's wealth saved me from any of the drudgery of the world's work, and when 1 became ...

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. — 18 January 1915

[SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] GET RUDY TO SUBSCRIBE FOR BETTER BASEBALL Have Checkbook Handy, but I)o Not Detain the Solicitor, as He Will lie a Husy Man. I'AK VALUE OF SHAIlKfc $1" ! (Jiih-k Action Necessary to Save For feit, as 912,500 Must Ho liaised in a Week?Show Other Cities j That Richmond Ik Progressive. 'l'hIh Is the day to got out your chock book and refill your fountain pen. fur ? lie solicitor acting for the Richmond Kxhlhition Company is likely to drop In "ii you any minute. As the solicitor . Iii question will bo a very busy piece I of humanity for the next five dayH, lie j will have little time to spend in idle I conversation and must needs be on his ; way. There Is little explaining for lilrn t?? ; ' do, however, us tlie cause of his visit ! will be to gather funds for the purpose i "f floating the International League ! project in thlH city, and tlie cash Is i needed at once to pay off the Virginia I.oague for vacating the franchise. Sev...

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