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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

BOYS' UNO GIRLS' CLUBS FOR POULTRY RAISING Two Years' Work in Tcnchlng an Art That Ilrlti?s In .Money. HKsri.rs AKi-: all to thk <jooi> (iovcrnniont Atfcnt in Poultry lnvrs tiCittioti* l?oln<j (Jront Work In Virginia?leisures Show Wlint Boys nnfl (Jirls Can l)o. ii^ .tosr.iMi wil l ! \m kim.iioum:. Slnto \ ecnl In Poultry I iiveKtlmitlon*. The activities of the Cirls- and Hoys' Poultry Club in the State of Virginia during its second y? i" ?'f notion has not only shown a decided Improvement over its first year's record, but its ???? suits luivi shown many the value and importance of the industry with which .? Is dealing It Is with jiro.it pleasure, ihi i fore, that th >se interested view t ? result^ accomplished by I!'*1!*** girls and hoys and see wh.tt they have done lu add n> tlu wealth of thrir respec tive countir?, thir Slate and their na tion. a- well a- .It. to the prosperity ' i'f tiic.r .ii:m ? and develop T!ums i\es mentally. morally ami physically along the m...

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. — 7 February 1915

Trading: Is Mixed, mid Greatest Strength Is Shown l?y Industrials. TIIKKE DIVIDK'NI) MKKTIXG8 Not Itolloved Reductions Will He Made l?y American Sugar, Cana dian Pacific or Southern Pacific. Equipment Issues Arc Heavy. 11V IIKOAMAN WAIJi. N'KW YOKK. February 1 Stork* "I'vel ??!???? I >?. better tone In ln-ilnj i ??li'? rt ?emdon. Ttadlni; tvjis mixed. howmor. Inilualrlil li?ue.* ittnplaycil the greater atrength. Three f tn port a lit dlvldenil meeting* S" ?.'heduled f?r rn-xt ivDtl!. Amerle nn Sygnr. fnnaillnti Pacific ami Smilli'rn 1'in Ifli' dl rector* wilt vote on the <|iie*tlon of main taining present rate* It was not hi>ll?v?i on the ?tr?-et that any reduction* would !..i made, although unfavorable report* regar.l ln?: last year'* rarnliiKH are gel erally ex pected. Hethlrhein Ste... wn* must active. with nr Advance or 2 poln>* Karrilng* for the rur rent year are >al ' to I ? on a tutslx that will rhow f.illv f- per ? rut ?.n the common stork, tut regular >!t....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

jSirfimonti Cimc^ilispatrl) THE T1MKS, Foundnl tSV* THK IllSIMTCll, Founded 1ST.0 l'ubliMhcil every day In Hie jenr lij The Tlme.i lllapateh I'uhllnhlnK Company, Ine. Atlilreum nil fnm ? M n Irn Ilium III I'lli; TI M KS - HI S |? ATt "I I, 'limM-Dlnpaleh llulldlii?, JO Soulli Tenth Street, niehmoml, Yn. TKI.KIMl()\H, It A > DOl.l'll I Publication tifllee 10 South Tenth Street South llli'hmouil lUl'O llull Street I'eternhiird 100 \ortli Sjenmore Street l.jnchhurli . . . 1!1S Klulith Street HASDItOOK. STtlltY A IIHOOKS. IXC.. Speelnl Advertlwlnn IteprcMeiitntlve?, >'orr York U<H? l'lfth Avenue Philnrielphln Mutual l.lfe llulldliiK ChleiiKn I'eople'x t,a* lliilliltiin SI IISt'UII'TltlV II VTKS BY )l.\ll? tine Six Three tine I'USTAtii: PAII1 leiir. Mo*. .Mos. Mo.1 Dolly and Siiniluy S?! oo ?:i till SI Ml $ ..*>.*> Dally only I oo oo l.Otl SiuiOu; only 2. nil I on r.o :Ti n.T TlincM-Dlnpn trli furrier Delivery service In Richmond (and suburbs) /mil l*et ershurn : llnlly wl...

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

f THE CHURCHES AND I TO-DAY'S SERVICES Wv 1 CHRIST CRUCIFIED Sermon hy IlKV. KliOYI) XV. TOMKINS. Text: St. Stark sv. 21-41, and St. l,uke xxill. 39-43. We must approach tills lesson with rent reverence, for wo are treadIng on holy Ki'ounil. The voluntary death of "iir Saviour Is the ^rentest event in i lie world's history. The only event, indeed, for without it the world's his tory would l?e only a passing show, a mockery, a desolation. That Christ died and rose again must mean the salvation of the world hy lllrn Who >nadf the world, and the promise of final blessedness for all who accept that salvation hy acknowledging Christ sis Kin if. We are therefore called upon to contemplate the scene which stands at tin- centre of human history?more important than the creation, more 1m ? portant than the end of the world; foi the creation would he awful If It ?iH'iint an entrance into misery, and the ? iid of the world would spell disaster if there were no entrance through the ? ross to ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

jffl&izZiSileariQ J&ncJ ~ vnovc Z&vjz&vz; czx jQc&rpr^TYn^ Thiers ? Fs-jd&.y -s? Weekly ACAOKJH or Ml'MI. Monday. I'lirxilny nnd WcilnmHnjr, nl(h 'Wednesday mntlnce?Annette l\ rllermnnn, In "'Mir Minlrl tilrl." Thiiradny, Krliln) hiiiI Saturday, ullli mntlnrrn 'I'liufKiliiy and Saturday?l.a \ rrnr < 'otll|in 11 > , In "Tlikp >1 f Allvli-c." iu.n?i' TiiKA'riiI-.. ill thr nei-k, nltli iiintinrcN Toe* j ilaj, 'I'hiirsiljjv.. ami Saluriltt)?tirayee ; ."???ill ('iini,|iiii>>< "IIoiikIiI mid I'll 111 i Kiir." i.\hi< i in; v i it i Ml thr week. with ilally ma tin re*? I 1'opulnr vaudeville nml pictures. vriUMi tiikatiik. Ml thr wrrlt. c?>n t Iniioim perform ance from 11' nomi to II o'clock?i'lira inniint pictures. I'lrst linU nf the nrfk, Macklyn Arhiickle In "If* \n l.niiplilnu Matter"; second luilf, Marie lliiro in "Tin- >1 drills ?>f Mtirni*." 1 * ? OliONlAI- THK.ATHK. All till* rteek, continuous pcrfnrm ani'r from II! noon to II o'c...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

AMUSEMENTS 1 1 1 ? (Continued from Sixth Page.) centum. Of lils own volition, lie him ?lone away with drink, but his wife, j who once inoro has returned to her switchboard an o menus of earning :i livelihood, known nothtiiK of It. ller brother senda word to Stafford that his 'vifo wishes to nee him. lie goen to her, and?but what'it th? une? They are reunited through the ruse, and Staf ford turns out to be a very manly aort of chap. Mica Scott will, of course, be seen as Virginia Blaine, and It will give her a chance lo hIiow her ability aa an emo tional actreau aa no other role thla siason has done. Mr. Warner wlll'por tray Hubert Stafford, while to Miss Hall will go the part of Fanny Blaine. Mr. N'owlng rojolna the cant, playing Jimmy ?Silly, one of thrt beat comedy parts ever writ toft. There Im hardly need to add lhat the production will meusuro ii[> to the beat efforts of Stage Director Herthelft. "Bought and I'nld For" should bring another bar-nor week to the HIJou. >1 WV...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

EASTERN FRUIT GROWERS WILL HOLD CONVENTION OrrlinrilUtn ?if Klvc '?IiiIm to I>l*eu** Vh(Iit? 1 Vrtatnliiu 11? 'I'll?-1r \\ ell-HoIiik. The Kastern Krult ijrowcru' Associa tion will hull a (trout meetlnc In the city of Washington on Tuesday and Wednesday, Kelinmry Iti and IT, and a procram has been arrange 1 tli.it, when carried out. will prove of Inestimable value to the fruit ruisi iv of tlx* terri tory covered hy tho association's ir.em he rshlp. This association wns formed to of : c vlcc to the prodners of apples ami oile r fruits In the fruit growlm: States along the Atlantle seaboard. lVrhaps a majority of the members aro Ylre.lnians an i Maryla tnlers, nlthour.h three ox four cti.cr States are lamely repre sented. S. 1. Laipton. ?? f Winchester, is the president, anil T. l>. Svmonds, of Colle.e Park, Md., is the secretary. The treasurer is 1". 1. Oswald, of Chewsville, V-' Matters ; r ' t a. ?.: t< i- ti the fruit in? duftry will be discussed at the moet Inn b> ? '...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

PICTURE OF DESOLATION PRESENTED DY DIXMUDE Itecorrts of C'onturlc* Aro Lying Watersoaked In Ituln* of Old Town Hall. C ITY IS VAST GHAVlOYAlll) | ItuUdings Huvo Itoen l.evelo<l l?y j Shot mid Shell of Opposing Arinlcn, ' aii<1 Kain of lleatli Still Sweeps Historic Place*. M'oiTPspondcnne of Associated Press.] ' HKRLIN, February 0.?WOlllain Scheuermann. one the bout-known of th,e Gorman war correspondents. haB , recently visited Dlxmude, which Nax , become famous throutrh tin- heavy lighting a round it in October and No- ; vi'inln-i, resulting dually In its cup- ' ture by the Germans. Ilf wrllffl as f oil own: "The enemy > greets any and overy movement along the road to Dixmude ?lt!i a prodigious rapid fire. Kor more tliuu a mile this road runs parallel /to the Krcneh trenches, 400 ? ards distant. In order to present an iiifavorublo turnctH"Njis possible we iiroku up our party into n long cliuin, ?villi Intervals of some ?\\venty paves between each two men. Often too when tl...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

HIXTT-KII"T?1 YICAH ADMITTEDLY Tin: HKPT MWIMI'M ?N / TIIR SOUTH Pull C1.AS9 |PIK1> A J ?V 15UTI8INI1 I'KI I'l'IIONH V'lll XV AIVTP TO TIIK 1IVK.1 HISPATl'tl (UMMII I'M I I IIAKItOt.ril WANT A I*. II IVUI V, rn? rplit f *?-?<! ?h?n t'nlil ?.1 Vdlrf No ill. If *! " it*? )r?? llirn* 10 M'SOAV, oMf Mill oof hn'f i?W? w wiM'-l fur i*!^SUM \Vnn1i??". M ctio i rnt n \* tml No hi' i?W?n f?i '??? ihnti If < nut*. NO A1W, ? fnt y- r*?l? rhn't' ' ?'* ? 'Vl tn i,'",rrii aiil'M mM tunrnmrMt ' '??HllrBllotio no* nuar?nl??i) -it' ?? i > < m PI \ I lls. Mli.i v ?? ??????.' .* ivt>? >5.n? ?< tit <? . \ t ih- Ihmiu nt hlv ? on. 1 t ? v ? ? 1.1 i :* ? -t . ? i. \ > \ \ I ' M V I , . i 1> . 1 X 1 ' l . ? li'.lt ? in' l i U ? I' i i \ > ' ? 1 . i. -o > < ? t mi i: r M f ? l ? > i !u:>, m ' ? ? XY?>M 1 ' uil\1 >i siiMi \VUiT i i'W IX TAVi.OK, In tin* > ? v; s v ? v ? v. 1,^ K v roWKt-iL, Of V j; Pov. .v Kir.t M - . i ? , ? n ? .'? \**s M V Tujd-or...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

\VA XTK1)?Agents. A' > KNTS- .Men or women V real. ' Ii< Kt-t i-K'>od lU't-M-sel Is-its? I f -11II ? ? i 2a0 Iii;IiI wi-i;; lit. popular p? !<.'? 'I 1 Hitivix. \V< |i>iv '. On pi i < .-ir lotn 1 io<? -V'. a ?ln* ? in In* iiiit'li' at lli<' No cipitnl. no i-xpi'i i? r.ce !'? - '"'I Knormotis demand sills fast; i'i'|ita(i'i :? \'alii:il>l? territory open: "i- Miiih' ti111? ? i;i.;;ant a,"vills' m i 11 ills*ll? 11 11 ? ?<?. 11?-<!.i ; J"-, wij ?I >lo. A i/i'-r It'll ii i'rodticls !"/T7 ? ? I'kMII lilUU., * "illt lllllilti, ' ?. -INKSS < liiui"'< A ni-itiitTiictnr'n?; ? ?.????! It 11lit k 1II-.; :i .i' ileni ? i ?? nr i r i.so in :i11Km11iliilcs^ 11 ~.tre-' a" - ? ssiv.. iiijmiIs I if lusive I -riitoi': > ?? I a* -U; ik-tI I n\" im'.it of S.Vi 1300, according to lorcltury (luxlrcil, i lip l'<-? 11111'< 'I 1 r?initl.it s I < I- !?"' !1 I'linutlon Iiy inlilri- : iiiK ftj' SitomI Nil till Mil I I till' . 1 ? 111 5 i: i:. 1 ' iiiiiii ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

WA.M'KI)?Money. \\ VN'TKP, loan of $l,2ii0 for throo years, security worth 13,000; entirely new hous k<>o<1 loi .it ioii. Address J till. care Tunis l>iM-atch WANTK1?. ioaii of $127o66- Secured b> Slrst-iuortitagi hands on real estate worth SJ;?.'<??i and other proprrtv worth J'.:!."OK will pay ,x per cent" WHS .?? I'! amounts of J in. ..?? mot <? for full particular*. Address Ii 115. care Times -1 > spa ( 1 KSTA 1'MSI I Kl > 5) .'????> to ? M I. ' u> 'Rich mond luislii. I,,,w tttnu - iiul comparative protit This anion ( will ? I ?' ii 1 ' i its- If in 1 e w. ?. I;s | :?? st op portlinitv in * i t > Stri.'test i it v< s 111;: i ? tiol) invit. .1. <.?uic'? .. tim i hi inr.it ive K ! "7. . nr. Ti ??.. - I >i: ...-It h. JlOll for ! u ? ? K .?.? uritv. Hon MS. $-"? t: I"-. .Ml.' Tillies I >is pa 1 ? )l \V.\ NTKIl?Animals. wnxtko. < n- condition ' \. st:ac ui. r:n si r. \ ,i . i: r i > No >iist i:i,i4m:(ii> vvan .s. WANT HIV iiu...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

l-'Oll SAIii:?Ileal Kstate. | IK it'ii a home you are looking for see Mooietleld ft Make. -0 North IdKhtli Street. Thcv have them In most any section of the city and suburbs, ut inont any price desired. KOlt quick sales" list your real estate I with Moorellcld Ac Make, ^0 North Klghth Street. l"?)U~7aicT now se"ven-rooin corner Korty-llrst and Stockton. two Rood lots; price $1,800: $250 S'^S a nee $20 per month. Several nice'bull iim lots on Decatur Street, J"-- siO Hide the city limits: l?rIce $17... *iv cash, balance $!?.00 per n<11 & McConnell. South 'V' U^.\\ Hank BMg., 2601 Hull Stieet. South Richmond. ? floMlfsTfor safe In all sections of the city and suburbs. If I"1'! \iV,',rc it will pay you to talk wlth us. Mour*. Del.) Make. 20 North K1*t1l,, (^ tlieHe K<>lt nale?\\ ill sacrlllce .no "J 'V *, prettiest comer lots In i??,!,! !? I'dik, one square from ,ar ' Randolph 17 .? l/fflor Sab-. 13 Stop. SorIll,11U,S||: nioinl; reasonable t.nns. J. II. nionds, 7"2 Hast Ma...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

IlKAI, ESTATE I'Olt EXCIIANfJE. WANTKb, to exchnnuo equity iti uood real estate for automobile. Address ? ! "??. care Times-Dispatch. WIl.I. exchange well-local eil, income properly. I'hurch Kill. vnliiPil $4.i?n(t, for 6-rooin, hot wilier heated, West End resliloner, not over Jfi.nftO, A<1 dress J ?.???'., cure Times-Dispatch. W \NTRI'. to ?? \cli.uitro my '.i-room brick residence. West End. for smaller hotl?e in Woodland lleiirlits or North llk'hmond. Address owner, <? 917. \V<?1*1,1? like !?> exchange ?n> <!ro\e , Avenue home of rooms for smaller 1 home '.ii W< st End. Address 1\ 394, .a re Times -1 >i spa t eh. \VII<1 j exchtince 7-room, now brick dwelling in West End for v.uant l"ls ? ?;i which I can build. \ddrcsfc 1< e03, ar?- Times->1 spateh. ? I WIT.I* trade too.I six-room house in : Smith Kb limoml: t"0'l neighborhood,! rented, for good farm near Kiehmoml. for larger house in lli< li!ii<*inl. Ad- ! dross i; 'i , ar. Times Dispatch. WI...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

part FOUR Society, Fashions and the Household?Of Interest to Every Woman Confederate Coluni n?? Genealogical Data?Timce DIhpatch Children's Club 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1915 PRICE FIVTi CENTS MICTION BRIDGE PART* IS ME TO GUESTS Mrs. Tnrnbull, of Lawrencevllle, anil Mrs. Hurr, of Farmvllle, Arc Hon ored nt Fniporin. ROOK CLI'll is EXTKKTAIXED I Miss Mary Turner Ik Hostess at Pleasant Modal Function?.Jolly Twelve Received at "Village View," Home of Miss Hnra Hrlggs. [Special to TI>o Times-Dispatch.] KMPORIA. VA, February 6.?A charming afternoon function was glvon on Wednesday, when Mrs. K. F3. Oood wyn entertained a few friends at auc tion bridge, complimentary to her sis ters. Mrs. Walter Turnbull, of Law rf-ncevllle, and Mrs. C. ?!. Burr, of Far in vllle. Tables were arranged for ?eight. Those playing were Mrs. W. B. Ooodwyn, Mrs. W. T. Tlllar, Mrs. ,1. C. Warren, Mrs. C. 11. Sebrell, Mrs. I*. W. Turner, Mrs. Walter Turnbull and Mrs. C. G. Burr. Tlie highest...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

MISS Mill CUSSED TO WEO OH. 1.1. MKRSTELLER I'eremonj' Will Take Place Some Time During Factor Week. *> MANY EVENTS FOR THIS WEEK Hichmond Gerninn and Hnchrlors' Cotillion Club Each to (Jive Elabo r a t e Dances ? Munre - Foreman Wedding Takes Place in Norfolk. .Mrs William Graham Gwatkln, of <00 Allen Avenue, announces the en capement and approaching marriage of lier niece. Miss Anita Cusson, to I>r. A. A. Marsteller, also of Richmond. The wedding will lie celebrated some time durinir Easter week. Mrs. A. Royall Tnrpln crave an in formal tea Wednesday afternoon at her home, on Grove Avenue, at which time the encasement of Miss Cussen was i announced to a few friends. The tea table was arranged with a centrepiece of pink roses. To \ttrnd ?;rrm*n. Miss Mary Bruce Kinsolvinp and Miss ?'usbing Whitbrldge Williams, both of whom are debutantes this season in Baltimore. will arrive in Richmond to morrow to 1"' the RiU'Sts of Miss Kin-' solvlng's grandmother, Mrs. T. Scddon Bruce....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

'ROUND DOZEN' MEMBERS STUD) ENGLISH HISTORY C'lub and Number of CiuentH Ar? Kn tortalned With Delightful Pro gram In Honor of Mr?. Woolling. LINE OF WORK FOR NEXT YEAR Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Phelps Announce Engagement of Daughter, Mls.s Glenn, to Leonard Ward McChes ney, of Ornnge, N. .1. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] PULASKI; VA? Februury C.?The members of the Round Dozen Club . spent a moHt delightful Wednesday afternoon In the continuance of their study of English history.- Mrs. Rlch ard II. Woolllpg was the hostess to the club, entertaining at the same hour _a number of friends who were privi leged to enjoy the club session. Quota tions were glvwn .at roll call fron. J.MIlton's "Paradise Lost." A paper ol unusual Interest, "Character Sketch of ?Johri Uunyan," was capably prepared and read by Miss Daisy West, reciting many of the Interesting events and characteristics of the writer of "Pil- ] Brim's Progress." No less Interesting was the round-table discussions for the hour on "Th...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

MRS. CHARLES MONCURE ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Many Members of Orange Society Knjoy One of Mldwluter's Most N Delight ful Affairs. OTHKR KYI-:NTS OF HI SV WfOKlv Bridge Club Una Interesting Meeting, Willi Mrs. Macon as Hostess, and Mias Hansom Tenders Chnflng Dlsh Party to Friends. ORANTiR, VA? rcbru.tr>- fi?Olio of the inoty delightfill social events or the midwinter season wns on Ttiursday, j when Mrs. Charles Moncure entertained ! a ureal many of her friends at brldjre. The house was most attYiietl^e with Ihe beautiful and artistic decorations of flowers and growing plants. The , lirst prize was won bj Mrs. Charles J Woodfolk and th,e second by Mrs. \Av.- j zlo Smith. Delicious refreshments ; were served by Misses Annie and laHils Moncure and klizabeth Ransom. Some Of the gtlests Invited were Ml'S. Wil liam S. t jr.vines, Mrs. Allen Warren, Mrs. Sorbin Willis. Miss Mabel Moore, Mrs. John McDonald. Mrs. Marry Talla- | ferro. Mrs Barton Mason, Mrs. Hubert- | son Nelson. Miss Bessie M...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

SP8DTS OF ALL SEASONS FOUND AT HOT SPRINGS tJaimit of Outdoor Activity Hun From Summer Pleasures to* Winter Past lines. < OAHTIXtJ AND SIUlN'(i I?C)l?lTliAK Nightly ToI)okki?i I'nrties, Willi Wild Thrills of Steep Downward Grade, Are Indulged In?Ciolf Links Now In MlrineaMon Form. [Special to TIig Times-Dispatch.] HOT SPRINGS. VA., February fi.? Society ;it tin- springs hns travcAed the round of Hip sports of all xcdkoiis dur ing the pa*W week. In Palm Reach wltli 11? winter cllmatical sameness, Hie unexpected thrill of a plunge down the "punch howl." or fifteenth green, after golfing it the day before, is not experienced. Coasting and skiing were in order In a six-Inch snow foundation. Then a day's rain net in. while now ? he links nre In mid-season form. A 0 ha I n of glorious hnlmy dnys hns lured even the auction bridge bidders to the ? rldal paths. Nightly toboggan parties were in dulged In while the snow held lliin. " was a thrilling moment when the sled full of coasters str...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

DrniTn ?>y M?rlf Kllmhrth Willinrun. Correspondence Column Welcome* Xm 51 nulirm. Dear Editor.?I certainly am glad to see so manv old members respond lug to our calls for their return to the club, among them Miss Emma \. Chadwlck. for I am sure wo have missed them very much. Many, many thanks for publishing my drawing, and inclosed you will Had another. I am real glad" to hear that so many new members have joined our club, and they have my heartiest welcome and wishes of success. Hoping you will excuse a hurried note, I am, Yours fondly. MARJORIE HOUIICS WILLIAMS. Avon. Nelson County, Va. SrnilN Puftxlf. ... 1 >e?r Editor,?Just a few linos to lot vou hear from me. 1 guess you ami the members think I have deserted the club, but I haven't. I am sending a puzzle and a picture. My cousin has Just Joined our club, and I am inclos ing a picture he drew. Well by-by. From vour old member. SAMb'lCL L. GARTH RIGHT. City. I Ortnltilv Do Kemember Her. Dear Editor,?The examinations come ol...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 February 1915

WITH THE WINGS FROM THE HEAP 4 \J Veils on Her Fingers as Well as on Her Head in This Newest and Unusual Fashion by Lady Duff-Gordon Lady duff-gordon, the fa mous "Lucile" of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes each week the fashion ar tide for this newspaper, presenting all that u iewest and best in styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establish ment brings her into dose touch with that centre of fashion. A Charming Spring Sergo, with the New Duff-Gordon Collar. The New "Moth" Gown, with Its "Head Wings." An Orig inal Lady Duff-Gordon Model of Gold Brocade, with the Veil Fastened to Head and Finger Tips, v Taffeta and Lace Afternoon Dress. By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile") HE gteat Queen Cleopatra knew well what she was doing when she adopted as a headdress ^* the body and wings of a vulture. Nothing could be more becoming than the close-fitting head and the sweeping curves of the outspread wings on either side of the face. It is surprising...

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