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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

FACTS WORTH REPEATING Matuifm turors' Hooks Tell an lin c'liira^li:^ Sltn-j of the \ cur. of Depression. ii<;i nks to r.i: i*ki;skkvki> Capital Invested in Jobbing 'lYailo IiirroiiM'tl?Saltx for a Year Mil* Inrued?Falling oil in lint \ er> lew l.ines. li icifl'- >>. "hi : -if hnnd lllus: i:i i ris??111!?.> ? i.ka.<r?:i?? I 11 ? v' o.l !.? the <?' , "!.(?! of ConWTVO. " ? \ < 'h iii r?u';U. - it? ? ? ? - . J , ; !? -?.? Hi : - . ? a ? ' .11 - o\. r the business !; hiii- : <? dhi last voiir. I ?? ; s that . ? ?? of til.' l'"'ir?PMn vv.', ..: t ? I . ? ;i ? . T1 I'l l" ?.mmedi nt.; jm .il. . outbreak was ad v? -. ?.. ; > - i, ? . ': if . \ ?*ity 1 n this counti v'. h it a sIioivji ft 'in the fii* VI p. - i: . ,. : . (i11 in I !i il>> > ? "till'.i: : - >??. : .-ml ->i!T? :. .1 U ?? from those , ;;y. ' a !l< i . tU'S 111 the ' ? - . ?? '!' , s.. r.^l-rw il.lVV I -. V ,.. I well onouull t?? x.--- i\<- | ii- ?> them I... i) i ? . . i...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

MARKET'S UPWARD TREND EXPECTED TD CONTINUE Hanking Interests Arc Said to Favor Rising I Vires on Stock Kxchange. MANY G a I N S A It K SHOWN Heading Makes Biggest >1111111) in Fig ures?Ho rid I'rioes Are Shaded With Weakness in Investment De mand?London Situation Stronger. 1?V RKOADA.V ^OKK, January 13.?Trading wm ?inlet to-dtiy, Criim wore mixed, with n re ''ivory Ih11 ''lose. Tin* undertone was f'rm. and banking Interests arc l.pllneil to favor h continuation of the upward move ""'?lit. Htaillnit HhowoiJ the greatest pain, with an :i-lVi'Mi-c from i.V.V* to Other coal loc.ts were not as strong, with selling jirraniire iron; I.onion. In Haltlmore ami JJnlo. >-rrle nnrl Chesapeake mul Ohio. Sell ing order* were also noted for foreign no - V'!,lnt Missouri, Kansa.i anil Texan anil . "I'teri: Maryland. which dropped sharply, 2 International Mercantile preferred Southern Pnclflc wuh also heavy, losing a point anil dlsplnvine an absence of tinder V ?K| Inlying power This road prob...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Sicfimoni) CiniL^-|i5piild) Vim TIJIKS, l-'onnderi 18SJI .WIS DIM'A I'CIl, founded 1S50 I'uhllnlied every day In the yenr hy The Tlinea Olapatvb I'ulillnlilnc Cuniiinnf, Inc. Adilrcm nil r?mmnnli'a(loD? to TUB TIMKS-IUSPATCIl. 1'liBH-Ulipnti'k UulldlDg, l*> South Tenth Street Ulckmond, Vo. fELEI'IlONK, ?AM)D'.rn 1 rutillcatlna Oftlfp IV Sooth Ten Hi Street IodIIi It Irlmtond lll^l Hall Street Pclerwluirjt. 10? North Sjrnmorr Street I I'ftK'hlmrjf 2IN lOlehth street | IIASnitOOlv. STOHY * IlllOOixS, IXC.. Special Advertising HepreaentntlTea. ?Vrir York 200 Clftli Avenue Philadelphia Miitnnt l.lfe Htillillng CUlcaito People'* t?n? It it lid In i,' Si nSCIUI'TlON IIATB3 , HY MAIIi One Six Three Odf POSTAtilS I?Ain Venr. Mo*. M?*. Mo. I)all r and Sundny ?d.0? $Jl .00 ft 10 9 .55 Dully only 4.PO 2.00 1.00 ,3B lunilay only 2.00 1.00 .50 .29 fly Tlntea-lHapn teh furrier lleltrrry Serrlee Ib rtli-htu<m<1 (miH ?ulitirhn) nnil PeterahiirR t Unlly with Stimlny. one rteek Ifl eenta Dol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

THE CHURCHES AND ? TO-DAY'S SERVICES God's Patience Wilh Israel Mention 1(7 liKV. n.OVI) \V. TOMKI.1S. This passage of Hcrtptuie offers a sort of Introduction to tit! Hook of Judges. The ?rlilltlroil of Israel had at last entered the promised la ml, ami loshua had settled them li their re spective districts; then lie became oI<) ami clto<l, and (Jod appointed Jutlah to lak" IiIh place. I'robabl} the meun inK in that the head man !?f the tribe1 of .ludali wa? to he the lo*dc-r, as. of course. .ludah, the Hon of< Jacob, hud ?ong Kince died. Hut until (itiil rained tip the Judges, who were to rule the people until a King was elosen, there seems to have been no re*I leader of the people. Hence it whs Oat they fell into all. kinds of wlckednesi and weak ties*. for they Were sur-ounded by idolatroiiH nations, and It vaa eu?y for them to he carried away IK- the temp tations of the world ami th) flesh. And then Ood spoke and warmjl them that they must obey His law anl serve Him if ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

REDUCED PRICE COMES -iS RESULT OF BIG SHIES Chandler Company Announces New Price of on l?s Liglil *\clj;ht Six. AI.L FlOATPItKS .\l<!-: ItKTAI \ !?:?> Ortlfrs Now on Itnoks Indicate a Kec ord Year's Itiisiness?Plans Arc Cnclei* Waj t<? Increase Capacity of the Plain at < lcvolnml. Anoonr.eem< lit <?: ?????? 11: ili< iimsl sensational i ? i i ? c > < ? <i 11 t i ? >: >?? in ;li> liis t'o>\ of 111.cr "ii til'i!? industry. 111i*?:? ? put.lie tc-dav by 11?.? i "|i:t 11ti 1 ?? i Motor Cm' *.'oiupau> >ii" i 'levelainl. lias given automobile mamifa< Ini ?'!> iiinl iiiniur Ists gv ii-.'I'hII > tin biggest tojii f"' ? i i > - Mission in smut \ ca i s Retaining ill" same model ? ? t* the Chandlet l.lghtw eight Six. w Mi. It last year established a ?-?? v?? ft I foj volum-- of sales a! iht pi i ?? t>: *1.otlicials ??f the company ha\>* ? ? 1;?? ? ? -? I a new prK ? of <iu the .?nin< .it in live and seven passenger bodies f...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

- , ? oci v r^iN Without Doubt the Most Extraordinary Announcement in the Whole History of the Automobile CHANDLER SIX For the New Season $1295 The Pioneer Light - Weight Six \JOW comes the only high grade six cylinder motor car ^ ^ car last summer broke sales records at $1595 and set lacking some of its present refinements and with body design not nearly so It was the pioneer light six. It opened up the whole light six market. Men experienced in the industry said then, two years ago, that such a car couldn't live at $ 1 785. And yet here it is to-day, the class and standard-maker of the market, with the price for this season fixed at $1295. How can Chandler do it when similar cars still sell from two to five hundred dollars higher? for less than $1300. , The Chandler! This identical the standards of the light six market. This same car, beautiful, was a sensation two years ago at $1 785. The Chandler Company has made money from the day that first of the light sixes took the road. Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

AT THE THEATRES THIS WEEK AND SOON 'f*B7<2x3. T207> J3tj(3T2. ? ?3 ItJElsmiJTG ?WZ^a^/V yrj2Zf{ 2sMk&y-?;G3>. -y^c^z^sznr^ zzv&vzs -jtust ^r. _Z e072Z3b 230ull~^ i-crt, nx?i**teil h> Klisnlirlli vim Knilrrt. supraim, iiiii! .Iithii I'iiwcII, p In nisi. ' \i \ni:\n or mi m< . Mimilnj. miiico niul nlislit, :<?il Tuesilnj . matinee .-nil niulit ? W 111 i ti til ? hoKi Mil murine I'ietures. Wrilm-Mliii, in si 11II 1*1* tuitl tiluhl? NHI O'H rll'll'o Min>lri'!s. Tliursilny. I'riilaj anil Mil unlay, tilth mn f litres Tlnir-ilrt :iiul S:i(uri!:i>?l.ti \ erne t uuipiin.i, iii ??Tin* 'I'uIUit." iii.kii 'i n i: \ i ii r.. Ail tin* nri'k, it 11 li iiuiliiieei Tues day, Thur.iilii} uii<t*> *?ntutility?(!riiyer Scott t 'lmipnii) . i"it -Vf In- \ i| \ en t ii i e of I.iuly I'ruulu." I.N It If Tin : \THK. All the week, vtltli iliillt unit litee* Popular \ millet llle :iml pictures. STII% Ml I'll i: \TltK. \I1 the ?eel,, eon t ill units perform iime from I'J in...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

: AMUSEMENTS (Continued from Kishth l'Agc.) Mcbunitr I'vof projected upon a screen, it was a Unlit fur life staged by na | 'uro herself, anil In such oventa lift* | tur?? never staKu-dlreets. The aston slted audience aces the real. l?ul from th<? point of view of the Inhabitants ?f the water. The Unlit from the tropical sun penetrated the waters of the Went In Ittin seas for nioro than L'On foot, and he depths at which the Williamsons ?vorked were as llnht as day. ronse nuently the plcturea are clear alid bril liant. The camera hud u raiiKe of 100 .Vet from Its b-r.s. To fit In n theatre chair and watch ? henc pictures projected on the screen t? mi enny and a cheAp way to acquire a knowledge of the lloor of the oe?-n:i ind of many phased of huh life. The knowledge conies In Interesting, weird md often amusing and thrilling form 'he same thrill and charm that Is de rived from a superlatively well-acted atory. xr.ii. o'liuir.vM ni.NH'riii'.i.H 111:111: o\ wi-:iim:si).\ v The third ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

jRirlimoriil Cimr$-?li$|iatrlj' 1'Ki.EriioNB vim wants to THK TIMES-DISPATCH RA.VUOLl'll 1 1 HA M)OLPll WAST AD. RATES. nAIF.V. cne cent h word when pnld In ad- ] vance. No ad. taken for less (h?n 10 r?n?. I SUNDAY. oni> and one-half cente a word for all rlnutH->d t\*?. except Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. tuken for lent than IS cents. NO ADS. tHken foi thsn 5T> rente when charged or ptioned In. Phoned ordere not ! fuamnteed. t;.&t>Mllcutiont> not gu.iruateed : after U:30 1'. M it- r ? LOST AND FOUND. LOST, several horses with their tails cut off even with hooks, and branded A. B. oti 1. ft Hank. Out away front Southern Stock-Yards. Howard If re turned to Sin\th Urns. I.OST. black puppy with docked tail. Heward. "27 West Kranklln Streot. LOST. January 13 small brown and whlt?? made fox terrier don. with brown head. Answers to the name of Snookums Upward if returned to ."><>2 North Twenty-sixth Street. l.OST, block collie ilou. Howard if re-...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

WANTED?Agents , ^liavo worl'l wind sollora for aKcnts. _ i-i?; money. Write for information. ' '?>klninl Supply Hon.ho, 11107 Newton '' t. N. K., Washington. 1). C. FOH itBNT?Rooms. |.?________________________________ j -v' ?'*BL?Y furnished rooms, 71C and 718 Knst Marshall Street. Mrs. J. B. Kitt*. IN'IOKLY furnished room with rutuilng I water. sioaiii heat, all conveniences. i? 4 Virginia lJld?c. Kifth ami Main. I 'l.ulison tt H L' L' - J. Jl'Olt rent, furnished rooms with or without hoard In private family. 11? C'itli I**! fill Street. l'lione Itandolph MM 1-X2. INC. LIS room, M North Sixth street, ! lii'lwocn BranIdIn ami Main. j''1 ItNIHIIBD rooms: also llstht house l?pIiiti: rcaHoini!?!??. 401 Bust Oiliy. i'O lar?o unfurnished rooms or Mat | "f three rooms. 30.'i South Fourth |*lrcet. I i 11xIs111:i > room with private hath j at -tno Went Mailt. Randolph 5738. rent, furnlnhrd, heated front room; quiet private family. Ml Kust 11.''iah St rcn*. | il'ltONT room for vent; al...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

DETECTIVES. HKADKORIVS ItKTKCTIVE SERVICE. SOUTHERN* lini.MXli. WASH. INGTON. 1>. C. LICENSED by nn act of Congress. Bonded In tin* Hum of 110.000. Found ed 1886. Expert secret service, any cause, all sections. Over thirty years' practical experience qualifles ua to k>v? expert confidential advice to people BufferlnK nnnoyanc* of n business or pr<vntn nature. STOCKS AM) BONDS. KOH.sale, ten shares of Union Store stock. For information, call Madi son 4008. PRINTING AM) ADDRESSING. 1'RINTINC,. l.ooo business cards, only Jl..*0?the kind. The icason no solicito-s. no collectors?they're cash 50 hiKti ijrade linen finish visiting cards with jour natno sent postpaid foj 27 cents. Leake I'tlnthiK Co. ?'.'?* Fast Main SHOES. CUT I'.ATI-: SHOES. FAMILT shoes at rock bottom prices.'' Empire Shoe Company. 504 West Brt.A(l Street. MEETING*. THK annual meeting of tin stockhold ers of the K. I!. Taylor Co. will >>.? held at the olllce tf the ?-ompany, 1011 East Main Street. Eh-hmoud...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

rou S.\ LK?lU nl Mstnte. N. \V. ItOXVK tV: SON. II" North Sevcntli Street. .'n;s?Titnii(iol|ih?:: it I.AY Street house, near Klfth Street; perfect condition. Can lie IkjukIii at .u rlflcc. MuBt sell. ?" XT 11 Street. near Heigh: modern, at tractive 8-rooin house; a i;ood homo "i investment. ? ? \ ("TI l'"l 11. home in Woodland' Heights*, '"an ho IjouK'it real cheaii. '""VI! Avenue, iichi- Allen. !? rooms; modern in cverj respect. I'rlro re- ' .'"arknbly low. i I0XCII AN(i ICS. >\|l.l. exchange lU-room In irk house, I t'Milrully located (price, i.'i.OOOj fori "Uf<> on f!rs?cf or Franklin, i'hhi of Mien Avenue. Irooms, not over >15.- > ??Hi. ^ ll-li exchnnuo 'Iti-acte farm 7 miles ' Irom Itichmond. on nood road, with I room house, for <itv properly not j over $2,000. VV1I.H exchynu?- equity of $1,500 in Kood ?? room hri< 1< house, near l.aurel ?nil renthiK for |:|oo per year, for small nvets!thent property. Wll.l, rM liiini!!' equity of |l,f>00 In ' Hood ti-...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Richmond fc Petersburg hiectri c a v. |.<*a\<- KiiIiiiiumI jI.h**-*. IVIitsImitk. ?fl A. >1. I*. SI. V. !'? S!. 7 A. si. ? I'- si. ?it-tr. \. >i. * ??;:tr. r. si. K ,\. >1. ft I*. SI. rT::ll> a. SI. rulift r. S?. ?? \. si. tr.ii.-. ? 7;:tr? \. st. P. si. in \. st. 'i; i'. ?i. \. st. ;7p. si. II \. si. *7 I*. S|. UtMft A. St. '7.I'. SI. ?l*?i \. si. s p. si. :? hi::lft s. si. s::!." I', ii. i p. st. m? P. 'i ii s. st. I?::tr. p. s.. J !'. >1. In P. S! ll.*:.!.' P. SI.' Ill: ll? P. SI. II P. SI. ? ? :.!.*. P. SI. I I :IO P. St. ?I- P. SI. P? (ita'x. P. St. Richm o:?I &CSpnm';? Say Comp3':y -ii|Mr?r<llnj v < Ii ?*<( ii It* ?>f A |?i'il I I. IS'I I. v, I:. <IiIi-? I? -1 . t In ? li.lllici' Without n. Trillin lcfts-i? nil Ii iioikI b'&iW .V. M . *1 A \ \ ? : a M. ; v M. ?? . . p m m p v . p y ' , ? M i M l>? P M I* v. i ?: \ m : " a v. . ?:j ? I' \ I'M i p. si.. J- >1 i M P M. t., i v -pt h'undity. Chesapeake & Ohio Raiiwai 1 \. sun. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PART FOUR Society, Fashions and tlio Household?Of Interest to Kvcry Wonimi Jftcljmtmd ?une?-JH?patdi V Confederate CI o I u in n?? ticnenIo?i<-al Data?Tinies IHspntch Children's ("lull PART FOUR ?5th YEAR RICHMOND VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915. PRUT, KIVK CIO NTS I KNIGHTS IRE FBEOUENT GUESTS AT HOT SPRINGS | 1 "iiHtUdiifs Recently Honored Are Nell Known by Patrons of Vir ginia Kesort. \ KATIIKK IjIKK that OF SI'ltliVfj ..rifl^e 1'artles on WmiMlns ?f Hotel ?>??! Clubhouse A<hl Altmrllveness io Week's Winter Program?Small nc Hunting Agreeable Sport. (.Special til Tin- Times-Dispatch.) fli > I HI?UIN(i.S, \'A., January 23.? ? woe of tho f* I x 1 "a Madia i) JinlKlit-1 <'*diillv created by the New V oar's an >uix cment, are frequent visitors at :l? vlrK'nln Hot Spring*. a fact thai /'H b'Kn mentioned by a number of ?' ??ri'llans nt present. Thepe a re ? " Clifford Stfioii ami SI r Williim ''Ice or Ottawa, who a e t ..rW^r !;"",s 1,1 ,h" w'"?tHn pan f, ^om'nlon. an.1 ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

GERMAN CLUB GIVES . fIFTH IKNCE TO-NIOHROW Cidonf] .lo l.ane Stern to Load Dan cing With Miss Ktlicl Alston Cabell. 1 XI)()(?H CJOI.K TKAS ATTltACTI VK Full Dress liattaUoti Drill ami Dance to Do (iiven at (trays' Arm ory on Thursday?Man* Social K\ents on Tills Week's Calendar. The afrilirs of Miss So> iet\ foi the ??otnlniL' wcok ar?* most interesting To tiion'ow rvciitiis: tin* lifth <lti*!??? tin' ?Richmond German Club will t.?K<? |t1n< i 111 the ball tool n of tin- Jefferson Motel. Smart society will be much i:i evidence. Mini the ballroom will b- prettily ar i? i^ed with | ? ji 1 ?n r and Mow-is t'ni the m nine I'olonel .lo l.ane St"rn will load the x*'tmau dancing \<it!i MisK Klhrl Alston <?ell. I n' ilc-1??talit*? daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. .1, Alston <*><hell, nnd the imiroiicysis rei ? ivlng for the c l: h include Mis Tlinma," Pin?U ney MrvHii, Mis. l.evin Joynes, Mrs. Thomas liramh Mr \dams. Mrs. John' Skelton Williams Mrs. William II Palmer. Jr.. ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Nuptials Are Celebrated in llcauli ful Home of Itrlde's Parent* at Went l*oiut. PARTY GIVEN* FOlt MISS IIOPPK Richmond Girl In Recipient of Many Social ?Attentlona?"Ye Old Tyme Partle" Proves One of Week's j Most Delightful Entertainments. I Special to The Tlinos-Disoatch. I | WKST POINT. VA., January 23.--On Sumiay Milton I >it v I <1 Zahn, of West Point, claimed as his br!de Miss Nuomi Hitch, of Kuril"! Heights. They were inurrird/ln tiio Molhoilist parsonage. at high noon, by Hew ?>. M. <"lark. The bridal party ami friends drove at once to the home of the where was pervert to many guests a boiintful wed ding dinner. Mrs. /.aha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. limb, who enme here sevetal years ago from Pennsyl vania, and, until last year, lived on a farm several miles above West Point J and miirie 11, great huccchs of fanning. Mr. Hue'i IJien built a beautiful homo at Kuciid Heights. ami is living there. Mr. and Mrs. Zahn will reside in West I 'olnt. Another very ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

BETO1L in III UEHHHI Ml Marriage of Mi-s Minnie Weil ami Irvine Dioiifi' W ill Take I'laee in Karly Summer. MllS. WATKINS iS IIOSTKSS She Entertains at Auetinn Hritlge in Honor of Miss I si a Ka?stlale. of Chatham?Many Pleasant \ flair* in Culpo|ier Soriciy. | Special to 'I ho TiliX'.* -1 i * ?? ; I'CU'K.ri'.U, \ A? ? January -? '1'if engngement i? announced Irvine liietier. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Sam uel Dlcner. of fnlpeper. t" A' >ss- Alin nio WoU, daughter of Mi ami Airs* itenedirt Wiii, ?f vi-s.u.i tnv?i.? t ions linvr been is.-ii'd tor ;> 1 :? t ?s ?* '* ? option at tIn v? ? home to-morrow in honor of the betrothal Hio mar. riage will not tak. ]>!>>' ntt *" 11 ^ summer. / Mrs. Karlo \V! tehon - who has boon visiting bo: mothei. Mrs. S. ltussoll Smith, since tbo ihristmns holidajs. loft this ?cc> foi Washington. where slio will bo ?b- guest ?.r her aunt. Mrs. I'ressley i:iv>. for ?.-\orsil \v?-oUs? be fore returning to hoi loin. m ? a.it well. N. .1 Mr. ?...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

' "*ers Lniil for Seventy-live, and 1>. J. Woods Acts as Toast muster. s?.\ i.;kal addkkssis m a i> k : ?o Members of Htute Highway Com mission Speak Before V. I*. I. Stu '?('nt.s?Invitations Issued to Mid inter I>anee. ?I'AOKSBUUOi VA., .latiunry ?.'3.? ?? Lee Mternry Society held its ai,i ?1 l>;iat tin; lilaeksliurj? Inn on. -day night when covers were laid soventy-nve and l{. v. I>. ,1. Woods. I'., turfd n? toastmaster. I'resident lesion spoke on ".Making the Most mi opportunity"; J. II. Kant gave i4 tarnation. "Alarso liobert Asleep," 'i I', .lanutolo, of Italy, mad* a brief Music wan furnished by a :i>ijr ? i orchestra from the college, and number of young- women from the >wn and campus wore present. ?Mcssr.*. Coleman and llenlev of 111*> ? lie lllghwav ? 'oMimisidon spoke in " ^? M ''? A- chapel on Tuesday even - to the county demonstration agents, Jiibers of the faculty and men of the ' ninunltv. The spenkeis cmphss'zpd " work ?lie demonstrators can do...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

T. D.C.C. I llriinii l?v Walter .liit'ksmi. Drnim by Mnrlnrli1 Muliric* W'illlnniN. Drawn lit ViioiiiI I-:. \\ 1111 ii nt ??. Ornitn lii Nmlrrti Itonrli. | Correspondence Column I SIiiiItIiik llnril. J I'ear Kdltor,- I have boon so busy lut school that t haven't hail swiy time j to write. Wo arc studying for our examination. I hiii sending In jumbled [ names of birds. My brother is scmliiiu i in a drawing. Lovingly vour nu-ntber!-, 1< KXXKTII AXl) JOHN UKNGKL. !| I.Ike It \ er.v Much. I'oar Kdltor,?1 am a little boy nine 1 years old. 1 drew this cartoon all I alone, anil am sending It to you to see j if you like it. Arid I thank you very ? miii h for tin* lit t h- pin you sent me. i I am a little Southern boy. My mother | is a Virginian girl. Hoping to hear froin \ on soon. Yours trulv, C.KORCIC SCOTT SI IA KICK. 100S Lincoln St., Klmlra, X*. V. Write Only In Ink. Bear Kdltor.?1 am sending a picture ami some jumbled names of birds. I ilo hope they will miss the scrap basket. Vour...

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. — 24 January 1915

oo ? S??s> <v Back View of the "Spinning Top," Showing the Odd Bow and Sash. By Lady Duff Gordon ADY ftUFF-GORDON, the fa mous "Lucile" of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes cach week the fashion ar ticle for this newspaper, presenting all that is iewest and best in styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Pans establish ment brings her into close touch with that ccntre of fashior. I By Lady Duff-Gordon ^ ^ PINNING TOP" dresses some one said, see ine Hie models of 5)10 gowns whose photo graphB appear on this page. And 1 sup pose that it an apt description in one sente It is the fulne6s at the top and the "clingingneFS" at the bottom under certain poses that gives the effect. The large picture is an evening gown on the new lines. The suraptud\is semi-wrap is of brocade trimmed with fox. The train is a modification of the f.sh tail The characteristic new large sash and bow are seen in the back view The sash and bow are to figure largely not on...

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