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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

?URIED ACTIVITIES OF RICHMOND WOMEN Basketball Match Between I'retler icksltui'K Normal and Y. \V. t'. A. Set for Sat unlay. MISS JON MS TO TKLI, OF JAPAN Suffragists Preparing Petition to \-U General Assembly of I!)lit to Sub mit Constitutional Amendment to Vote of People of Virginia. Woman development {??- ?1 :> \ alo>?c * Physical, as w?dl is in mental tines. l? nil own in an inter* -stine ph.-'se in 'the gymnasium ciisses of the Young Women's ('hristian Association. wldeli will begin its s? ??<.ikI term on February I. .lust how far-reaching gymnasium work is in its effect is set forth in whimsical mannei in the little folder sent out to prospective nicndiers. This little "nd." while not coming under any standard rules for verse-writing, tells the sto'v it is entitled ".loin the and i tins t bus "Kverybodv's doing it?aet in the swim. Come on?hurry up -join the 'k.viii,' If you want to he fat, if von want t*> he slim. If you want o tfood (mure, if yon want to l>e tr...

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. — 24 January 1915

January 24, 19IS Copyrighted, l?ir>. by tno STvr Company. Oreal uritn?i Kltfus Ucs?rv?<t The Original Katzenjammer Kids LlL BOYS velly ?'HTE?. M^YBE GtVENl BtG SLICEE pig ! ( SHOW MISTER bung JiN ) \ VARE ISS DER ICE-BOX L. UNp DER cq^L-BIM UND I kER STCVE - BE polite V mit Hitvi ! " rder RECOMMENDATION LETFER LI STEMS GOOD itS^/S^UNG CH'W 15S ^ CAMPION PIE COOKER! ) D0<"<s der vund uf f\ ding - 9USTED VALET L VAN!" | f ME MW1E? VELLY) C ^ RNE ALLEE r CoC V WND PIE * GR-R-R-R Vmuf * wuf: M-R-OW! FlTz ! fitz. : sput! DcR CO&L-bln ,QH UNtfLE-UF-DER brus^el- SPROUT ^ ISS down on DER LEFT! DER \ce-BOK ,0H ^ SON - UF -t)ER4 WiOON ISS on bER RIGHT! Yung chim big chump ever) LEkVE CHINk ! MEUCkN I boys NO GFTTF.E 'MUFF J WALLOP! lll B0Y5 Too F'ESH! MkYBE bliN\E-BY G'VEM SWlFf KICK! iVoittswM allee dough gome? plenty fun for lu_ LOBSTER-BOYS! COSTEE money for ffcct clkptmn ! GIVE ^ung CHIN BIG pmn ! now gottem > Ml.EE SAME new Pie finish j WOW tellee fat clpspt^n come giv...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

JIMMY Whatever He Does, He's Always Sure to Keep Baby's Clothes Clean. Isn't He? Copyrljhttd. 1915, by lh? Star Company. Ortat Britain RtchU H?e?rvf<j. 1 L_ 1 I

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

THEIR ONLY CHILD Of Course, Everybody at the Office l^oved the Baby, but It Was Such a Busy Day! hello "boss i i3r0u4ht r the ibmby TO see. ^ "You! r?^lt i'm sokrx 1 can't stop and PL ay vithhim &ut \ have an , appq\fsttrierhx ? j if they do i'm CvONN A h\de. in yhe. alley ?? _ \ wish y/e couud lock The. door! i SO they c x don'T C\T *< h5ris>!n hcre'-ftj hully <e? fellows newlyved and that pest kid OF HIS ar? \m v?th the i'M <oln'To stay out until. they <i0 even if \ <|tt tx)ckeo'.^-v thus is certainy odd not a soul. in THE stoc room; I'LL wtastht would e>e dlssap pointed if THEY didn'T 5ee ?> baby: ? couldn'T stand that cheebe *t-the> co^in' ir > here! well-t CAN't WAIT any lonc,er> they'll c>e. 50rry i KNOW - it's raining TOO-i'll HAVE i to <iO \ , ' ' ! h 1/ ?i'virtitvt:!

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

pf wiul ihWijeV /ah(MY1 LEor4To LUNCHY J TRYENT>5/ MY 3>EAR GA^ToH;A( ^HAT JoY ^ lWT0 ^ \\V\Vou\J mTEY; MOVE Ohul YOU'RE dLocK\U' ^Vtratpvcjj /Allow - ME To invite c HIM To . LU^cH.K, \MT ptAFO \AtPHQNH HAPPY HOOLIGAN Here's Our Old Friend Leon Back Again, but It Only Seems to Make Matters Worse. ?>>pyriKntcil. I9IS. hy t'm Slur Compnny. ttrent llrltatn Kindt* H?*frvtil. /RoVS v/OKIT oslt ' YoUSt 50iVE as V^MY Pcyrj1Ah4i; WTj)ukTwotTrT Yoo^u LET Mt $aY ^ J IbT ONE F?i S wotpv oP^u~t i r' REALlY < v C-Av^viT I VJVV-VYoU^ HAVE Tut E-XTK.tMt 1 L To BEAT IT1. -fcET OUT of MERE AH?>\ pOhiT come PAcK Till) You VE FOiifvli) A ^TC mam for YOUR WEJ)J?iKG! /TT"e> tromleon. he's pur? To-PAY o^\THE steamer, FRoM ^FRAMCE'. JoY! I'll. MEET/fK* \l-VIHA^P A^K HIM TO &E/fi \my best wam\ y^rrr-J^ No,i have; EMOUGH AlRCtAPY JUMCLt, HAPPY TELtc-RAM) I'M PoIfECTLY) PELIGHTEP To HAVE YoU^e Tc>Rv\ MYPE^T han/ Wfetrc^E, LEOi " ".WILL YOUSE BE Wf~-f \3e3T MAN AT v VrY wEDni A .-"...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

PART SI X Muguzino Features by Famous Artists and Authors, Illustrated in Colors New Discoveries?Things not Found in 9 ?oks?Oddi ties from all over th? World PART six January 24. i?i5 Copyright, I9IS, by the Star Company. (Jreat Britain Rights Reservdd Duke William of Normandy in His Castle, Having Decidcd to Invade England, Orders Trees to Be Cut Down for Ships and Game to Bo Shot for Food. Renewed Interest in the Bayeux Tapestry Illus trating the Norman Invasion of England in / 066. ENEWED Interest has been excited during the pres ent war in the famouB Bayeux tapestry that la pre served In the library at Bayeux in Normandy. It depicts with wonderful detail e/ery incident in the Norman conquest of England, from the visit of King Harold to the Norman court up to the battle of Hastings in 1066, when William the Conqueror defeated Ilarold. It was made by Matilda, wife of William, and the ladles of her court. The tapesty measures 231 feet In length by 20 inchea wide. It is believed to ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

New Thingi Lvery Woman Ought to Know How to Make Your Own Skirts By Mrs. Minnie Berry KT a pattern that is nearest in measurement, and, if neces sary, alter to (it your individual measurements at waistline, over hips at. front length, at side length and back length. In taking indisidual measurements the following rules should bt> ob served: The waist measure is taken by passing a tape lino around the person's waist snugly but not too tight. The hip line is me sured seven inches below the natural waist line, quite loose. The length of front is measured from lower edge of the belt to the floor. The sidu length is measured from lower edge of belt to the floor, over fullest part of the hips. For walking length, subtract two incites from the measured length, on each piece. In prevailing .-t>lcs the proper hip and waistline are often lost entirely, the skirt measuring almost the same all around. Outside skirts are no longer close fitting, except plain tailored models ?these and tind...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Because 'They Tittered,--Just T\ : of It!--at Her Artistic, Barefoot<, Very Slightly Draped Dances IT AUY CONSTANCE STKWART RICHARDSON, a j member of tho highest llriiish aristocracy, is ' well-known for her somewhat daring dances and her orginaiity and unconventionally in many directions. Lady Constance has licen on friendly terms with many members of Now York fashionable society, but now she has utterly rejected them, because?they have made run of her art. It was at one of the meeting* of that very fashion able organization, "Tho Friday Evening flub," held in the Delia Kobbia Room or the Hotel Van,derbiit, that her ladyship consid?<$d herself aggrieved. t She was scheduled ;o give Home of her svmbolioal, Rllghtly-drapod dances at 10:*!". Some of the most lively and fashionable men and women in New York society were there The attendance was large, for they had heard that l.ady Const.-nice would outstrip her previous efforts. The music began. Lady Constance stepped out on the ...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Mrs. Pollard's Relentless Vindictiveness and Extraordi nary Resourcefulness in Inventing Ingenious and Varied Ways of Tormenting Her Victims Which Set the City of Elizabeth, N. J., by Its Ears for Six Years IN the charming little city of Elizabeth, N. J., nobody had bet tor social standing than Mrs. Anna J. Pollard. She was in eomfortable eircninstances. lived on the fashionable residen tial avenue, was prominent in the Daughters of the American Revolution and a leader in all the clubs and societies. "Why did Mrs. Pollard set the whole city by the "cars by a wholesale Hood of anonymous letters, vicious, scandalous, untruth ful. and many of them utterly unfit to print? Ilere we have a very strange social phenomenon, which is not altogether uncommon. In addition to the astonishing details of Mrs. Pollard's "poisoned pen" activities will be found on this page a discussion of the whole affair by a psychologist. Mrs. Pollard's Versatile Activities THE mystery of the "poison pen" letters,...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

ctivities Psychologist Pb. i ?t the clrouit.'the longer it -will be ?lso is transmitted injo action. Th? ><d ol thought la massive and dellber Imlalne method i? quick to perceive j'llar trait of the'feminine tnind that i 'etlon not only of the apparent lack jt ve on the part of Mrs. Pollard, but in to realize the jKjeelfcle rosults of her ;1? been capable of Bitting down calmly he overwhelming chances of ultimate disgrace and unhapplneas that must certainly ahe must have concluded va too dangerous for her to play. ucdorhand and treacherou* methoda ?i jjo of the anonymouc letter la alao it for by reference tc a distinctly fern haa Ita origin In a biological differ ( male and the female. As the weaker e In the struggle for cxl6tenco, the fe ? been compelled to depend upon ae r.nnlng rather than undisguised brute 0 survive. This trait Is rery evident. 1 lower forms of anlmai life. Female a re cautious and cunning than the i.Sd that trappora on tho average can 'fcnale for every te...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

Courtship, Wedding, Robbery and Desertion Took About 14 Days So Mr. von Wagner Averaged a New Wife Every Two Weeks with a Profit of About $1,000 Per Bride How Von Wagner Made Marriage Pay Marrying was his business. From each of his brides he managed to secure on an average about 5? 1,000. He married sixty women. His honeymoons were each (v- o week? long. He married two women a month. The day iie left one he married an other. Tiie day he brought one bride home he began his courtship of the next. 11 is business finally went into bank ruptcy with bis arrest because he broke one of his business rules in returning* to one of his wives after he had robbed her. R. K.VRL VOX WAGNl'R'S lie is husband of !? t least", si.vty. Mr. von Wamior is sitting now iti the St. I -on is prison boeuu-e he broke liis business rule of never re luming in one of bis bride- after lie had deserted lior. It is I rue that bis return ws nbo :i matter of business. After he bad taken what money she bad and bad disap...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

ALL OVER What the PREHISTORIC MONSTERS Looked Like. Science's Latest Theories About the Appearance of the Strange Creatures That Once Inhabited UK exact appearance of the prehistoric monsteri which once lived on earth is not easy to detcr mine. Scientists have he^n working for years at the task of reconstructing tliese mighty animals, from the bones discovered in many parts of the world, but each decade sees new ideas brought forward, so thai ihe reconstructions have to be altered according to the latest light shed ujfon the form of these ancient creat ures by tho most recent discoveries. Probably the earliest of all the extinct raon3tei* to become known to modern man was the mammoth. It is to be compared to the elephant only because of its tusks and its enormous size, but in many other re spects it differs so greatly as to be unique. Professor O. Abel, of Vienna, i3 one of the greatest of modern recountruetor? of the monsters of old and he calls the attention of Foi<ntlsts to th...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 24 January 1915

tK Tried to Jaw thePrima. V Yj WHCTCi <?Y Mcmcxc;o Mme. Gerville-Rcache in llie Role of "Herodias." ONE of the mo.-t difficult and danger ous operations of modern surgery was employed to save the life of Mine. Gerville-Reaclie, the handsome and talented grand opera singer The operation is t}?at of blood trans fusion, which, though much discussed and often attempted, is not succot-sful in many cases. That it failed is a sad anu common os perience, hut the operation v<mains tlie only hope of saving life in many illnesses. If i? had iccofdfd i'. would have been largely owing to tue ??n11?i constitution and good blood Mipph 11* the patient's <le voted husband, !?.- c liainbaud, director of tin* New York Pasteur ITi nt Itute. Mine, ("lei ville Heaclieattack of blood poisoning originated in a manner rather difficult to und?*r-1and some months ago. when she wy s '^oii, a''singing tour of the West. It was said iluit it originated in An attack of ptomaine poi oninu alter she had eat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

TO KEEP IN TOUCH 'villi world mo vr men ta, aa ttcII an the intra of jour city iud State, rend THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR VOLUMK M M MiJKH !? RICHMOND. VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 25 IT WILL PAY YOU to nrivrrtlae your want*-? whHhrr you tlriilrr to buy or aril?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH TEN PAGES CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS GERMAN FLEET PUT TO FLIGHT IN BATTLE AND ARMORED CRUISER SENT TO BOTTOM DIVERTS INTEREST IN GREAT BRITAIN FROM WAR ON LAND People Inspired With Great er Confidence in Ability of Naval Forces. ARTILLERY FIGHTING ALMOST CONTINUOUS All Arms Still Engaged, How ever, in the Argonne and in Alsace. \o nnsri/r i\ i?oi.\\i> ItiissiM's New OITrnKivc Kv|?ortt'il In ('liniicc in Clinractcr of Operations. Vast Preparations Being Made in Alsace 'I'll VI" llii' reviiliilliinnry movement ? in the I ?>ion ot smith \ frlrn ll!i? lint lirrn entirely Mip|ire*i?eil l? tnilli-nti-il lit >1 111 ?'III I niiniitini't' ?nent Irnin Pretoria lliiil I..UII rolirlti tmiler l.leiitennnt-t nlonel Mnrlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

Germans Believed About to Begirt Strong Offensive in Vosges i ? ' " " trolllnr iquadrori of battle cruisers and light cruisers. under Vlee-Admlral Sir Pavld Befttty. with a destroyer flotllln. under Commodore Tyrwhltt, sighted four Oerman battle cruisers and sov er.nl llclit cruisers and a number of destroyers steering westward and ap parently mnklng for the English coast. "'Die enrtnv at once made for home at high speed. They were nt once pur sued. and at about ? SO A. M. action was .lotnoil between the battle cruisers Lion. Princess Royal. New Zealand anil Indomitable on the one hand, and the norlllt.Rer, Seydlitz. Moltko and Hltte cher on the other. A well-contested running Unlit ensued Shortly after 1 o'clock the Hluecher. which had p?*e vlously fallen out of line, capsized and sink HKAt II AKR* ?>F OAXORH Kit O.M liKIIM.W SIBMAIIINK* "Admiral Heatty reports that two other battle cruisers were seriously damaged They were, however, able m continue their fllcht. and reached an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

MILITIA OFFICERS TO HOLD CONFERENCE HEBE ftcncrnl Bale Calls Department Heads | and Unit Commanders for Consultation. DISCUSS SUMMKIl KNCAMPMKNT ] May Take Militia to Virginia Reach ' Manoeuvi-e Camp, or Separate Command May Kn^aRO in Prac tice Hikes. Notices will bo Bent out to-day by Adjutant-General W. W. Sale for a con ference of departhiont heads and unit commanders to bo held here on the night of February I!. The meeting will be held In his offices In the Virginia Hallway and Power Company iiulldlng, at 8 o'clock. This will be the second annual con ference of officers held by CJeneral i Hale, and It Is expected that much good will bo accomplished. The department heads will bo called upon to make nuk get?tions as to matters brought to their attention during the past year, espec ially at the summer camp at Gordons vllle. In addition to going over the work of the year, plans for the com ing summer will bo discussed. General Sale, who has Just returned from the Adjutant-General's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

Useful \Y7 1 IT Ethical Hints Woman and nome Talks ! T h e Morning Story IX A niU'^MXO IIAIX. II) .Moll.. KIcMiiilfr. A. soft drizzling rain was daring the roses in Const ance At wood'i checks to eotno out Hii'i g-t wet Ai -I tho rosos were fast npiiearinR as pin* walked ? riskly through the damp vinderpath i Central l'ark. It was Saturday afternoon, and Con - ar.co had promise ! hers. If that she * ould finish knlttir.g the l.ist of her ?-i\ pairs p! sock* for the soldi0!' hovs before Hi.- Wf,li..sln\ !? it should have sailed. 11 i* small brother .ni l sister, l>ein?i prevented l>y the rain from play ing <>ut of doors, would demand the attention of S;ster Constanee ?lf sho Hffi' at hotno Therefore she decided to s. <k tlv sl'cUir of a summer house in tin1 park, where on a day like this s!n- a .is Miir to !?> alone. By Ho- time she readied the circular shelter among tho dripping maple trees, damp curls froliekcd ahout her snowy 1 forehead and her heeks were glowing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

[SPORTS \ ? i ? NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] oAKERS START OUT TO COMPLETE THE FOND Kiclunond Inhibition rompany to Carry on Campaign In a Sys tematic Manner. I?J N.N (?'(>I0S A11 HA I) WITH I'hAXH I looks inhibition Games, and Will , l?et Out C'ontractN for Improve- j inentM at Broad Street Park?Fans | Asked to Naino the Team. Starting to-day, tho officials of tho j Richmond Kxhlbitlon Company will | have canvassers at work throughout 1 the city seeking subscriptions to com- j plcte Ihe necessary $40,Oft) to finance i the Richmond International league j club, as well as to pay tho obligation due tho Kroad Street Park Corpora- | tion and .Jack Dunn. The canvass will bo carried out in a systematic manner, and It Is likely that tho necessary amount will he. In sight within tho next two weeks. Desk ] room will bo taken In the olllce of \V. i M i'lz/.liil. on Kant Main Street, and I Information will bo available at all times during the day from the party I who wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 January 1915

THREE SOCIETY EVENTS ON TWIT'S CALENDAR I'iclimuiul (.Viiiian to (iive Itiilllant Dauceat .Jellerson Hotel. MISS I'KI'IjK AT WOMAN'S-CLUB Mimy Well-Known People to Attend Krelslcr < 'oneeirt at City Audito rium?Mrs. I-'. W. Sims Enter tains at Her Home at Louisa. There aro^tn be three important so ? ??ty events of interest to-day. in tho afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Miss Florence i'eple \vA!i kIvp a reading ot* FJdwnrd 'I'plc'a novelette. "Th>? Mallett 3 Ma Hterpieee." before the members of ' !ie Woman's (.'lub and their guests. Mr. Peple 1? an author and playwright wide reputation, and hl.s sister lias Isn won a name for herself as an utlior of i harming. short .stories. Mf ? 'hriHtopher Tompkins is chairman of ; In- afternoon. > ''ilutii'l Jii L.ane Stern will lead the dance glv-n by the Richmond (iorman Club to-ni-ihi In the ballroom of the effersoii i Intel. The dancing begins i omptly at i' o'clock. .'it"i will stop at . j. .Supper will se.rved at ll o'clock. \ l>rilll...

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