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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

~ RICH UNO PROSPEROUS ! I COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM Untold Wealth in the (around Await iiiK Development hy Knerjty ami Capital. MOHK RAILWAYS MICH XKKDKD Fertile Lands Bringing All Kinds ?>f Crops?Valuable Minerals? The ItuckinKhaiii Slate Has Made Coun ty Famous??Vast Industry. Some ??pct day, wlien railroads fi?*t : moro mil< auc within lis l?ord< :s. Buckingham is going 1"' one of '' hest and richest of tin- Central Virmn i voiintlva The there i?<?!??'v?? it ii< now the very best of the whole Stat*. and that when tin- transport:*-, tlon facilities lead to tlv development of its vast resource.*, it will he anions the richest Reeause of the limited transporta tion facilities, the forests of the county have n"t been thinned out by the saw mills. as in many other parts of the State, anil there are vast acres of su perior original growth timbers, con slating of the usual varieties, such as oak, poplar. walnut, pine, hickory, cheastnut. maple, etc. There are. of course, numer...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

FIH RECOVEHf SHOWN, BUT MARKET IS QIIIET Micro Is Tendency to Cut A way Krom Unpleasant Incident ill j Steel Common. ornciAl, Ml.MM I'M KKDl'CKI) j Stork on Wliicli Dividend Was Pass ed (Joes to .'JH for Monday's Trad Inn?Copper Issues Stronger and Tractions Perform Well. itv it no A DAN WAI.I.. NEW YOIIK. .lanu.iry 3>?Stock" showal a f Mr ri-cnvry to-day. The market was unlet, <<lth ? tciiilrnry to ml ttiadunlly away front ' I '" unpleasant Incident In Slecl common Some :.??? clianecd hands at lA. I'll'. I f:ilr mark't lias lictn established. and a j ? niir.nltteo aic.iln rnhiri'il tho official mliil "ulit. this time to V for Monday's Irrnllii:. A liter Imp ||fPt Sugar was artlvo, runtiliiK 'ii> to SR. a new IiIkIi ri'i'orcl. ami IntcreM* ' 'o Hi" Inside .u?' predicting still I 'islfi prices. Now llavt'U. heavy on Prl lay ai Ci. made a smart recovery to ">|. and j "iuli stocks is S'outlicrn Pacific, Alrhlron iid ilri-a' Northern preferred. all k> ored ^ Min. <....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

VHE TIMES. Cuiindrd iss^ Till-: UISI'ATCK. 1-Vn tided is.'.l) I'utillfched f*fry day In the jrnr I it i hr Timet*. (Hcpnlrk I *11 lift 1b It 111 k Cnnipnuy. Inc. AddrrNK nil rommunlrntlon* lo THE TIMKS-IIISI'ATCll, Tiinm-UlapnU'li Ulitlillug, 111 Si>utli Tenth Slreet, UlckmoBd, Vb. l'El<E I* II I) > IC, HA.M??r.r5I I '?'ilillMllos Offle??., Il? South Trntli Strret lllrhmonil H1SJO Hull Str^1 t'l'imliurc loo Xortli Sycamore S?ro?-i "?iliurg 2IS ICiclilb Streel tlASnilOOK, STORY A (lltOOKS, INC.. 1'pcelal AtfTrrtlnlnjj Iteprenentntlvon. N i \r York.... StIO Fifth Avfniif Philadelphia. Mutual l.lfc Ilulldlng CIiK-beo I'roplr't (<n? iliilldlui; Sl.IISCHIPTION HATES IIV .MAII. One Sit Three Our POSTAGE I?AID Yrar. Mo*. Mow. Mo, | Dully and Sonildf. , . .10.011 JS.'t.OO 51 "ill S .fir< Dally only d.OO a (Ml 1 <10 .35 Kondfy >nly 2.0<> 1.00 r.o .25 .-y Time*-Dispatch Carrier Drllvrry Service In (.Irhinonil (and ntihiirhn) anil Peterahurirs f tally with Sundny, on...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES Who Is on the Lord's Side? >rniion lit u?;\. i i.in n ?. tihiki.w t?-m r si m.i11 'I'lit \\i.i !i| in pretty i|>;?il\ di\ ;ilci| IMlii Inn <-:i 1111 ?>> tip- i ; 1111 ] i i?r 111'- Utiiu'.x .inn tin i'.iin|i >,f 11 i > ?'in hi i?*s ' ?' ' *ll| . >1 | .1 ? . Ill <11 til' nllll I. "I'll <|l ? ? 111 ?; fill I I tin |s III "l-l'US.I tin- II u?*." "I"| ? 1" ? niii. ;i '"111 is"l;tn in'iiii.x tit m;i*i ilu rni.ks ?*! 11:. I,..;<!?- utiiiy. "I fsi i IIO 11 IH'St 1*?1| .is til Mill WI-fl'? Itlll , SO I*; I I ?in ('lit ist is i ijih ' I iii .1 Sunn' uf t In. *"'i,i t- wliu ti??l :;<iin v?-t J 1 :? I i " ' t '? <- ?l:f iiu I"'' ln.i> i*?i!: i;|mil ? if- lull* i ultlly ii' il ii"! ' t lis with in; , I.in hi' n . I'ni ? lining if i ' in, I *' 11 to I lint vvhn li-lls Its, ;*'nl 11 ? will tlyit ijs <\itli sun!' ? ? f l'.\" ;i |ii I lis 1' 1 will Mir.r :i sunt- of w i-li "ii ? >1 ? || .. ? *'??'. S "!l llflll'inls ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

FLAYS. ACTS AND PICTURES AT THE THEATK \ ( \ i ti :m \ hi <it?ii. \I1 lilt* H crk , with mil liner- \V i-ilur? iln > mill >i> t ii i'i|:i > ? I :i \ i'i mi' i i? in|>11 ii,? . in ??\ i:i VV ii Hi *-.." It l.lll! I II I . V I It I . \ I i till* IM'fU. ?'? I ll ? I I i i lli'l**? 1 III** tl:i>. llnir.ilM* nun ?a i uiila ? ?I ? r:i j it *? ? ? ? ?? i imii|i:iii v, in "iilii 11 i-iili* Mirris/' i.mik i iii: \ i iti \'l llu* ?itl.. with ?lnll> 111:111 ?% ***** ;l:tr \ amlovi 11?- :iinl |ili*l ti ri-*%, * i it \ mi i mi: VI in:. VII r In- iutIi, ????:? t i ii iioii v | ??*?-('iMiii mii'i* Irimi IV miuii miiil ll uVlii.-i.? l':ir:iiiiniiiil |ili'inrr?. I'irM li:ill <>l i n til., I : <! i 111 l':i I iti IC irti in "Vuiiiiu lti? m:iii?*r"s ?r<M?nil li:ilf, Mlire in*t in- < Ijirk i:i ??l'li? i.nii*!' ?.ill." i ol.ii \ I \ I I t M . \ t i; i . VII i In* \\i*i*k. i i'i'i i ii tin |ii* r I 01111:1 in'c I rum iu ii'x'ii mull l I u'i*liirlt ? Million liii'iii...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

ANNETTE KELEEMM i TO IRE DEBUT HE. i anions Diving; (iirl Will Make Kirst \|?pearame in Mi; ? i?-:iI ('uincdy at ??*' tlusir. H.KO I'liHMIHKr; IM,.\\ *? nr?s? fatdwrll and Itaymorid Huh bpll .('(inilihu! to Wriio "Tin- Mod i?l. Girl," in Wldrh the "IVifcil , Woman" Will Star. Not ii?-.? tin jircli-1of .Mis" .lol.t - ill's "Auilri'V," i I. .*? u 1 1" Ol ytais has ;t Iticlimoiai Im-atJa' Sta;/?Ml .UI ? \?? n? of :<? nmcli importuno'* in '.lie world nf pltiycr.c will talc* plrwt- at th?? Acndnii) <>I .wu.ao on Monday, itiary wli'ii \ ?i ii ? ? f t ? ? l\??ll??i ma nti will Itlilkc her ill but a.. :? inUKa'al <-oini'?l ? tar. in a pi>??? written irpociallj t'oi ln;l. Vs "ill ? pi ? i !? ? *l woman,' Mil-' Kol 1 ?' t ma ii ii lia:< ariiii-v????! r.in< 'i latin*: till- toi'lliost I'Xillillt ion lilVi-r ill til* <?I I ? I. Iim lov'l 11 I ??'?O-^ 1 ; - til'1 pliiKip il * .-? ilt?J1" of a ?.v ,i ? ? j fill mr.tu.ri |iiftur<-. ln?r I'aci uirviilous form havo Ih'Chii...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

>!.\T\ -KIKTii ^ CAII ADMITTEDLY "I'll; KI'sjT MRMl'M TN "' in: .soi Tii i.'oit ci. \s.s 1 I'' I ML' Al>V IS I tT I SI NO. 1 y? n WAVm to run in??rArcii , , u iA1)of<P|| M'A.\T All. Ft A I !?-}?, 'W.V'-V wl"*!! I>n Itl !n H.l ? MA ,' M' "lk"' ;,,r '??>* ?h?r. > ? H tui; nl'.T "", J on* h" ?????-- i?orrt f,.r j Ur . ?,] e ici pi W.ntr.i ..I ' ''?Bt ?' Vu;'< N?? "J uUu fvr |?? * ? ??%<> ? \*i?n i*. ,-k*" ln< >?? Ihh-i ? rnt> nh,? ?{????.?? ? I'Jioneil ? ,lir. not .. atlw?i? '.j! suaru.iUrd . J .C ?ST. ^ ?n. ,o lAhST A\l) I'Dl \|). ' : KmoruM a ? - ? . ? ? .'-it or, || ? T.\ k i :x N'" ; . S[:m!, Moildi.y. .I;,,, II, f 1*011 I t lit* t 111 .1 ?? in t "f r . v. .. ' , . r } ' 11 .1 . ?, . ... ? ? ? , ? K '? - aiid Irt Ic , 'i'V. U !,h * H?iuilici' uV o,? ,Y.V ; leaving u T! , . ? .: ?>?? ?-< * . 1.1- . ? ''1 -,s 1 ? >'<?? ' ? I- ? i? ii \V; ]lu. u'v v.Vu**::,,x ;Vv!. ?-?"?' ?.:? Ti, ?I'll i:.... u;rr u> ? <- v* i? ? ? ??;?tult.l ... ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

"?V A NTKD?Aleuts '?'?KXTS. *???? pi*i" tent profit. Free sam ples. < ? o? ? I hIkii Ifilur.s for ?tor?rs 1 ? ??I oillco windows. Any oih- can put ' Mom lie Ia'IIvi KIT North I'lurk, j ' 'III )?r,o. j 1HtTIlA IT Agents' Supply Co.. L>ii l I'orte. Intl., uuarantecs 100 per cent | livery. Catalogue free. Dept. '.'J. WW NT Ml)?l<ndy Agents. \l>Y iiuvnis wanted to nell our otec M'ie polishhiK ?? lotli. replaces powder.; ? ??i?- or M<|tii<l polishers for liililrwiut'. ^laxs, Kolil, silver, hruss and all kinds ?f metal. Will noi Injure most, delicate ?f .?irilclw stud is always ready. Sample rents. Sond for sample and agents ?rleO to-day. Virginia Salt's Co. Uox I., l-'rederlckshurtr. Vu. I.AItlKS I'iin i a ill money and enjov selling our line oT fancy anil staple wash fabrics Aiiioiik friends ami uolKh hurs. N<i money ici|iilred. deferences Oonds delivered free, our itui-nis enthusiastic over beautiful line ? nd results. Send at once for partlcii irs a oil sceiire vo...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

SPECIAL NOTICKS. WANT MI), the public to know that* Jahnke Hros.. J ewelers. 1? 12 Ka.?t Main Street. buy, s< U. uxchunKe and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN T1IK LATEST STY1.KS. Old gold and sllwr taken In oxchanRtf. WANTMD. you to know that W. II. t Cowardin's Sons' prices on watch Ami Jewelry work are Uu- lowest In town. Satisfaction Is guaranteed. 1S15 ICast Main Street IP in nmmd <>k m??nmy, r.oiiuow ON YOU It WATOIlMS. DIAMONDS AN I? JMWMl.llY l'l!OM T11 M MQl'l T A HI, M I .< ' A N SOCIKTV. Al.l- lti'SI NKSS STHIOTMY IMll V ATM. SI? i: ri.vi, on'h'M r?>u i.aimms1 consum TAT ION. SMO)X|) MMOi ?U. M?0 MAST huqad s'ri:i:r.T. INVMNTOIl'S Ailvonilf. Dept. "*?. Washington, 1> <\ One year 1?> cents. A new and up-to-date shoe repairing company. Something different from any other shot- it pairing company in Richmond. Our shop is fitted with a ! special and private ladies' waiting- ' room. 1 hr cleanest place ever offered in liichuiotid. Our is conduct" d > by intelligen...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

FOIt HA LIS?I'lirnis ?'?ill desirable place of ton jurt'*, iU!H east <?r ?? Uy. ^u? Nrtrth Twenty- I ?i st r.-.t. MvOInqii i'77i-.l " I' your farms Willi US IIOK' If you ' Mint thorn advertised to roach (hu " :' si number of possible buyers. Send ' blanks at once. Richmond Trust 1 1,1 Savlnjis Company. Kcul Kstute r?o- i "a11incut. Main and Seventh Street.*. j I'Olt xji lo. farm of about iter on: ' ? *' J-r quantity of oak and pine wood.! jA 'thin ID mill's of Ulchinond: 10-rooin "iso; about 1substantial outbuild '?tts. Address K 1!0. care Tlinos-iJitt N'tfh. tlili oxchnnu ? 95-acio farm and 8 t loom dwelling on cmintv road, 1 milt ioiii Krowlnn tow ii of W.iverlv. Vn.. v ,liU'd at * for improved Itlch "?>ttd property .1 ^7, euro Thiii-s-lllfi !' i I' ll. ? bVURSIDKNT v ill b? ll very cheap splendid ftO-iu'ri' farm: >:ood ^- room ??use. trood water, wo 11 and "prime. ?<<? ?'?its cloaf, balance in timber. Con fident to ears. uwiiit i:i itielimond in week. Address .1 23...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

i :m CATION'A I.. Learn to Play PIANO OR ORGAN In a Few Hours IN YOUR OWN HOME \ P? 11 oil niUM>riii lias invented a wonderful 11? \\ system which iimlncs ?i >i> person or little child to learn to liay tin piano or oruan in one eveii . :? K\ ? a thoucll you know nhsolllto ' y notliiim ahout niiisic or have never touched .1 piano or oi'Kiiu, y oti can now .1 1<> play m an hout or two. Peo ple who do not know one note from ..other ,ui ahle ti> |? 1:? \ their favorite ' ust' with this m. th -il without any ?sista'i. " wh;ii.'V? r from anyone This I:? w system IS called the N'tllll ? rs?l Method VViite to-day for our l'?i Mookl. t. v l.n li will he sent post paid at our expense 41 nil which will ev ;.I:i tn our ?-}??? t. offer ami it'll * on all . ho.it thl> snci.sst'll method that has hlrcmly brought pleasure nrtd happi ness to t ll'Mlsa tills of I .lilies ill all puts ? the 1 i ? 11 ill St. tes : 11?I i'aiiail.1. Sim ply wit. tis i postal i anl or lettei >ay &g...

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

PART FOUR Society, Fashions and the Household?Of Interest Co Every Woman Confederate C ? I it m n?? Genealogical I>nta?Tiine.s Dlspnfch Children's Cluli PART FOUR 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, JANUARY 81, 1915. PRICK FIVB CENTS "WELL EARNED REST" By Nell Brinkley And I bet you she sets her alarm clock just the same, so she can know the luxury of opening one eye. smiling into its black and white face and snuggling deep into the warm covers and drifting off into the golden where there is no shopping. stream of dreams again?dreams ?NELL BRIXKLEY. AlAH MEN GATHER ON ANNUAL VISIT AT HOT Hiding Mountain Trails, Dinners nn?) Dances Furnish Adequate Kntertalnment. Til 11ST V M KMBKHS I N I'AIETV Many of Them Are Heinaining Over Snnrlay Further to Knjoy Pleas ures of Not e<l ISesort?Uridine Tables at Premium. | Special to The Times-I>ispat?h. 1 ? HOT SPItlN<?S. VA., ,lanu;>.r\ 30 - -A' ft-v. years ;!?<? several railroad officials ' spent their vacations at the llome-: Th...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

MISS ELLEN C. MLB I TOWED J. R. GILLIKM, JH. Ceremony Will Tnke Place In Hon Air Church on Tuesday XlKht. WtiDDIXG IX WA YX KSHOHO Miss Xellle Tate Tallinn Heroines Bride of William Petty Dickson, of Xorfolk?Cleorgo .1. Scay to KnU'i tain Hankers at hunch. Quito n number of Richmond people will go to Hon Air Tuesday ni'iilns t<> attend the mnrrhtge of Miss Kllen Ooaltcr MrCluer. daughter of ltov. ami Mrs. Edwin It. McCluei t<? James '!? Gillian). Jr.. which will be celebrated at fi:45 o'clock In the Pr? sbyt? rlan Church, of which the bride's father is pastor The church will lie thronged with ?? brilliant company of giosts for the ceremony, .-ill of whom will u<> later to tho lion Air Inn to attend the reception Kiven in honor of the bridal party. Among the bride's attendants on Tuesday evening will !??? her sister, Miss MArgftre! Mrt'hior, who will be maiil of honor; Miss Mary Garland Todd and Miss Mary Meek, of Richmond: Mrs. T.oulse Reuteiiberg. of Oayton. <1.: ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

LITERARY CLLB MEETS | with mrs. mrnesoN "Women Writers" Arc Discussed and Severn! Interesting Pa pers Head. "TOrHlSTS" AUK ENTKUTAINKI) i American Folk-Ijoro Is Subject for Meeting, nt Which Indian Mytlis and Legends Have Centrnl 'I'lace ( on Program. (Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.l ? IM.: HIT AM, X. (*., January 30.?Tho I It Icy on Literary Club met on Thurs day afternoon with JIh. S. I). MoPJut son, at licr homo on Plllard Street. The subject for tho meeting wan "'Wotnon Writers." Mrs. .1. S. Cobb gave sketches or both <?eorg<? Ellott and Georgo Sands. .Mrs. W. K. I'.ovd had an Instructive p i per on Madame do Staol. A reading from Mrs. Browning, by Mrs. G. If. Itonll. was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Par Uer's paper on Mrs. Humphrey Ward .tnd (diver Shred tier were especially In teresting. Mrs. Victor R. Bryant was hostess to th< Tourists Club on Thursday after- ] noon. "American Jj'olklorof' was tlio subject. Mrs. H. A. Carr gave a most interesting talk on "Indian Myths and |...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

"rn'Tii Itj Kenneth llenK'rl. UriiMii liy Williiim Hornier. I) rutin liy Joint T. Humes. I) rutin lij II. I'riinU Ilium. .|r. "ran n l.j I.ut ile Neule. Urnvrn l?> < li.-irli-s < ?h< Ii. limit n l?> \\ Hlliihi CORRESPONDENCE" I'ruuil In III- >| Member. Ileal" I'M i (hi. Was so glad t?> e tn\ drawing anil letter in print, and thank you very much. Ami sending another drawing lliis woelt. 1 do hope it will pass. !, like yourself, iliink the p >g" is n?? 11111 m liner all I In* time and a'li proud In be a member. With love for < vi i \ liody tintil next week, I an: Youis for a still better ra-.\ I'.M I. STl" \ ItT OM.K. I Ifilu Fourth Avenue, Highland Park. ! Titiink \ on. m> illicit! j My Dear Kditor, I am sending you ! a little* gift, which I would like you io use. I am in tin fourth grade at school, and am lure years old. and will lie t<n in I'ebruary, on 111<- tir.-t day. I i aiiu' i:i one day of tiding a mound hou. I am soiidiii); you a piece of ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

fefmw - .."X/ =^7 /JnJ the Odd "Bird Cage" Bars and , Trimmings Described By Lady Duff-Gordon LADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Luci!^* of Lon don, 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 styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. 1 A "Bird Gage" Dress of Black Satin, the "Cage" Portion of Chiffon and Bars of Black Satin "Lncile" Model. A Summery Winter Underdreas, "Lucile" Model, to Be Worn Under the Heavy Fur Coats. By Lady Duff-Gordon WONDER if Dame Fashion knew where she would eventually arrive when ehe started to launch the minaret skirts two seasons ago? These extraordinary dresses, adapted in Eastern styles, in ballet and fancy costumes, have gradually wound their way Into our everyday dresses until they have now be come nothing more nor less than the old* fashioned "bird cage" skirts of the l...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

TO LESSEN HUM President of Federated Organiza tions Makes Appeal for Support in Campaign for Kduoation. VIRGINIA A FIKIiD FOU WORK SufTrnRists Institute Question aiul Answer Day to (Jlean Information About "Votes" ranipnign?Nurses to Hear Dr. llryan Talk. In view of the veto of tho President ?.f tho Fnltert Stuton of the immigration l,i 11 last week because of its "literacy clause," olnt> wt.imn. with true house keeper instinct, are sweeping vigorously before their own doors. "Can they hold out the alien who comes to their shores look inn for a square deal, and allow so largo a percentage of illiter acy to staiui among those already with in their gates"" Virginia women outside of Richmond have put their shoulders to the wheel to reduce illit- rncv in the State through the channels of the Federation of Women's Clubs. There are organiza tions i" this city working to the same end. but unfortunately the fact that there Is no federated woman's club In ' Richmond breaks the continuity ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

Clever "Funny" Picture? (hat Appeal Irreei*tibly to Every Member of the Family Comics in colors, contain* i n k Best Work of the World's Best Humorist* COMIC Richmond.^ 1 SECTION ?January 31> 1915 3 ~;rr. ? ; ' ? * VI ' ' '? jy ? ??. v 'iv/*:- ? ? ? ? v ? j%. - ? ;?:* C^Ufbii^ Jtlfi by iXm Bt*r Wttrptnjr.j Oro*t or?m Rifrfli Reatrref. ^VFtl Rt^STuS.r ^f YASSUH'. I'3 SOME gif You A "n^Y VUNCE ) DUSTAH, I IS , to VALET . commence i ( B'LIEVE ME ? ) vunce BY MY room >N-v UND MA*E IT DU5TLE55 ! J / dere va5 A color ED CHENTLEMAM ON UNCLE HElNlE's SHIP vunce MOT vas CALLED CHEORGE \J~ bev/\re '.-GRAWK -1 am \0UF\ fahder's ghost! - gr-Rv-f!- BE vare! I AM - grawk-EE ! j m!) \#{ bevare1. i f\M Jfc "YOUR FAHDER'S ilL^r?1?ghost: - be- , W&=7 ach hams A VAREU am IStllF if You could Yourfahders i?r| ONIY LEARKi J ghost! r-7-r^ ilk DER cat to $$ y? A 1 14}* TALK also:JA ' J ?" r GR-RK BEV^RE * Your F/\HDER '3 GR&WK GHOST I . ? Aw K ! ( vot'S T>er dod GASTED CONiNlo tion *> r...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 31 January 1915

As Long as Baby Is Kept Happy Papa Doesn't Mind a Few Bruises. Oopyrl?ht?d. 1116, by ihe Star Comptnr. Or?*t BrtUtn Rlchu fW?rrH i'd BETTER take, him out DEAR* - (-ig c^ D\5^TlbFlED With it: * mow e>/\e?srt<b HM>PY-r>APA ^ MlNOirs<f HI'b WA^OtS! he wamt5 \OU to <btr in the V/A6QN * LOVE\ nov-ca&v too *b\t TM the wa^on ? PAPALL Poll. \oo _ SEE - Sl^OOKUMS pAPA LlKE'b THE uttle WA<iON; DOEbN'T SNOOKUNI'b HKE the uttle wa<ON that's what ?>At3V I ikp dam DAMci CHOO - CHOO look SMOOK1E - pOLLOW PAp choo"choo Ui r COME ON - t)NOOKl? FOLLOW p/\p/v v/ELL. <o our IN the HALL AMD PLAY WHERE ,T '?= 'bAFE !X a IT A,N\ LUCK^f THE. CH\LD WASN'T ItS DAT WA<ON ! 1 liPLteVE HE KNOWS ^fOU ftRP HURT As HE -bToPPft

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. — 31 January 1915

("-JUST A MlMOTE LADS YluJ c) yer. FATHER jDROPS 1ME V TCKETS IK 'UtMMY.SIKCE YOU HAVE TaKE-H SUCH good care of baby. PAPA WHLWE VOU ALL. tNTOtHI-: MON/lES A^D PAPA'LLTAKE CARE w OP baby." a The Lost (gMILO fisl THREE reels To day & 75-NiGHT WW AT of ?T . HE'S GETTIKJ yuh (M. AINT* . me?" AREKT yoo SORRY JIMMY THAT YOO ever left baby ^ alone : ?? "hey! S he AlHTfAY FATHER!' HOORAY FOR YOU PAPA 1 * oh Goody Goody!" ILL. BE BACK IMA MI NOTE, BOYS I The Itaosr CwilO.* ??>hE SMALL ?-lot ESCAPE hullo THOMPSON LOOKJK' R=-R -..SER KID? I OUST SEEK him r>ASHlM" imta D'FIRE house H oo K AMD L hurry up boys. ITS D' CORNER of ELM c am'THIRD STREETiy Davag JIMMY Yeppy! Papa's Own Fault? Every Bit of It! hurry IF I HAT3DA SECOND. l't> ? ? * ? leave HIMTuH Me .cohI" WHATHA TH^MK You JIMMY come and WE'll- all. Go ANtD have: some nice ICE CkEAM AND I'U-T&LLfOO all a. nice: story i " . papa. you left Your, hat! " ? TKEYS been SuM?In'3XwG

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