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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Minimi) ?ime?-PiSpntrl) Till-: TIMKS, rounilnl 18SS TUB niSI'ATCII. Founded 1S50 PuhlUhed every ilny In (he ytnr by The Tlmen Dlspntch Puhllnliliif; Company, lue. Aildrcm? nil conunnnlcntlon* to THIS TIM ICS - DISPATCH, Tlmen-Dlkpntch 11 (? 11 <1111 ic. JO South Tenth Street, Hlehinoml, Vn. TKl.KPHOXK, HAXDOL.P1I 1 Puhllcntlon OfHee10 South Tenth Street Soutli Hlchmonil 1012(1 Hull Street Petersburg 100 North Sycnmore Street Lynclihurir SIS Kluhtli Street HASllllOOSv, STOIIY *V IIHOOKS. INC.. Speelnl Advertising Representative*. ?Vctt Vork Itflfl Fifth Avenue I'hllntlelphln Mutunl I.lfe I~ulldltiK t'hlcnjro People's Ons llulldlnie SI 11SCHIPTIOX HATKS HV MAll., One Sir Three One POSTAiiF. I*A111 Venr. Mo*. Mo*. .Mo. Dully nil d Sunday... .Stl.OO <13.00 Jtl.an 9 .S5 Dully only 4.00 i: 00 l.OO .3.% Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .50 .US Hy Tlmew-Dlxpntch Onrrlrr Delivery Service In IMcliuiomt I (iml soliurliN) iiml I'vtershurKt Dnlly with Sundny. unr ?veek 15 cent* Dnlly without Suiiilii...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

THE CHURCHES AND TODAY'S SERVICES Favorite Characters of the Bible, an! Why Sermon by HI2V. FI.OYI* \V. TOJKINS. Text: I'salin cv. 115. The liible Is no dear to u and is so full of good things that wo hardly know which line to tako who wo study It. Thcro lire the great routines of ?So?l which givo us such con'ort. There are tlio ureat conimandincts of God which toll us how to live. There, in tlio centre of all, stands to l>le?se<l I'hrlst, who Is the Savior of the world, our Friend, our Gomunion, our Master. Hut in the study thro are so many wonderful servants olGod that It Is well for us to know lelr Uvea] and seo how they lived. Wo must | always remember that tltey lied In nn-j other country and under circtnstanees j <jult<? different from our own. Yet we i can trace clearly their charators, and j above all, their faith In God. I think I have commende, before, Imt 1 would like to commed again, ] the wonderful volumes of ho Rev. <ieorge Matlieson. "The Roresenta- I t...

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. — 14 February 1915

PLAYS, ACTS AND PICTURES AT THE THEATRES DiX^JE COMPXOK in \ Vic Thsdl of the Lonesomefi'nk j^cAn^y^ Tfon. Xccg^s & T-ccg: s - 7^T<su~?. -:-WeeMy C&Sondlffiir-'" _ ? \t aniisi\ ok "*i? sir. Mon da y nml 'I'lirmlny, vrllli Tiir*d*y 1 nmllnfr?"The Trnll of the l.itnMomf \ I'lne." i WednraUay anil Tliur.Mlajr, wHIi i Thurndny niiitltirr?llnymonil Mitch- J cock In ??'I'll*' lirau(y Miop." Friday and Suturda), with Snturdny ( mnftnrr? l.n \ rrnc Company In "The ; tJumhlrra." III JO I THHATHK. All thr nrrrk, with inntlneea Turn-1, day, Tliiirmlii,v ?nil Snturdny?tiraji'f ; >r?*t < oinpHiij In "Stop Tlilcf."* i I.VIIIC TIIKATHK. j All thr nrrl>, with dully matiiieea? '? I'npular vaudeville ami picture*. STII A Nil Till: Vi lli:. Ml thr week, contliiunu* performance from I- noon to II o'clock? I'nrnmmint I nlvturm, Kirn I liulf of the nrrl%, Mhi'J i I'icktord in "MlntrrM* *vell*'i kci'uiiiI half not yfl announced. roi.OMA i. tii i:a th i:. All thr wrrk, continuous perfor...

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. — 14 February 1915

AMUSEMENTS I (Continued from Sixth Pat;'.) themselves Into Knots, for the lust six weeks. Gertrude i^oug, cone'lltnne, is a pettlco&ted monologist whose net Is **ld to he n distinct novelty. Th?? i originality of her work has mado hvr a favorite with vaudeville audiences. ! The fkatlnR Bear Is Just what his name Implies, but he Is not Just a Main boar. lie Is a very fancy bear, performing many funny and fantastic | stunts oji rollers. J Then there is A1 Herman, who is t off the "big-time" circuit for the tlrst j ? ime In his career on the vaudeville 1 stage. It has been said of this black- ( fft.ee comedian, "If A! Herman had been | found before Frank Tlnney was dls- j covered there would be no Frank Tin- J ney." Herman oomes to (tlchmond wit it ! assurance from the booking agents that ' he is. the funniest man In blackface now j in vaudeville. 1 Mor? big-time acts crowd the hill j for the latter half of the week. The , Harmony Four, two pretty ulrls and ! two men, will be seen ...

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. — 14 February 1915

LEAF TOBACCO BUSINESS; MARKETS OF TWO SUITES I)nrk Shipping Goods Showing l'p iti Hotter Shape?Sun Ciiml Stocks. IiKlGIlT MAKliKTS rilKKHFlIi Danville, tho liondor. Still Loads. South lloston Shows Hotter Kig tires?Itiiwrenreville Honohiitg Out. Interior .Markets Fairly Active. Front nil accounts tho leaf tobacco trade !n Vlrplnla and North Carolina won active all "f the we,?k just closed. A majoritv of tho markets report larper receipts. moro activity and tlrmer quo tations iha *i '"r th-- pervious Wi-Plt. In sotn- of the bripht markets thero has 1>? n s .- thini; of a rush. and tho prediction is that If this kind of thing keeps ??!! as the weather improves ar.<l i he country roads p.-t bettor, the time Is tt-a:- .it hand when there will be ii ? more of tho leaf crown last v...,! !? f: th. hands of the farmers*. In some of the markets thero has boon s'o.wn a lit tlo improvement in tho prices paid for tlw* weed, hut tins improvement is of th'1 fractional kind, ? t rem-nihel' d...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

T BEFORE LEGISLATURES American Highway Association Coin-1 nilttee on legislation Does (ireat Work. VALl'ABLK DATA AKItAXGHl) Fairfax Harrison, I'riisiilenl of the Ar>sociatlon, InforniH Governors That Specialists Are Heady to Aid in Preparation of Hoad Laws. To many of the forty-two Slate leg islatures now In session the prelimi- | nary report of Hie legislative commit tee of the American Highway Awiocln- I lion should prove niOHt helpful. The committee has already, in eo-operatlon with the United States Office of Public Itoads. compiled the road !hws of uacb State in tlio Union with ubsolute com I'lcitriiesH to January 1, IDl.'i, and haw practically completed a ready inference ndex so that tiii' kreat mass of material compiled can he easily consulted for purposes of revision. The committee is rapidly formulating the basic. outlines for efliclent road laws covering the va i ioufi branches of State and count> ac tivity relating to highway construction and maintenance. Through F...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH YRAR ADMITTEDLY THE HFST MEDIUM IN THE SOL'TH FOJt CLASS* IKIED ADVEHTISIvo. CKLEI'llOXK Y'.*L'II WANTS TO THli TIM K3-DISPaTCH KAADOLl'll 1 i HAADOf.Pll VVAXT AD. HATES. "irVH* v"* ' J"'. * 7,! whrn p?td In ad TflD*.?. No ad. lor less than 10 reoti. 6Vma,?d c0? half "He n word for an clafBlfled ??<#. ?*ccpt Situation* Wanted ?t on? c?nt a ward No u?i. ukeo for than it cent*. N?h?^L':Si V^T. f0' . tbhn ? c*nt? * h?n ! ph >ne?l In. fanned orders not fl^r <-'a?sino?tlon? not guaranteed OKATIIS. AinilhTLAI" - I ??o.J. ;it ttio rcsidetu-p o. Ills sot:. li Y Arniist, :nl. Crown \i ? i ' ' t:Mil. lock a. V 1 i_. I:?i... in litN scviMiiv j'lritli year II. I. ., v.-s t?? in.>11111 ihe'ir .'V 0 s?',s one daughter, Itob \T, ,! ?Cl,?.r,,?? }?' '' Arm Is toad, and . "f lMcliiiu.n.l, Vi ?.. >Is:' '' 11-1,1 hall ?''"tlifi. ..f .Matin u .- 1 ?omit \. \ , \ 1 i.?! n..ti. ? l.i. r. Xorlolk pup. rs Pi' .IM COjU ,:1,?Dletl. February i;t, at 7:"?v resldei of her Mon-in ^"J'ew...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

WANTED?Agents liBST paving agency to-duy Is solo Ktato selling rights. r??c patented hoatles trousers press. Kvery man buys 111 sight. Saves $10 tailor bills yeurly. ?>?e-lirth million sold Hrst year. UIK profits. Send 50 cents for sample and agency proposition to manu faeturers. Invention Manufacturing Co., 10 W all Street, New York. WK start yon In bnslness, rui-uInhli?j? everything; rm-n and women. 530 to V-'Oo weekly operating our "new sys tem specialty randy factories" home or small room anvwlicroi no canvassing. ? ?i portunlt v lifetime: booklet free. Kngsdalo Co.. Box s. Knst Orange. T?. J. uFKNTS"fFT had your niini;; 1 (:o''],,ll show von how to earn $25 to 500 w..kly. Greatest seller in years. Over ? "0,000 sold In last 0 months. Kvery lousehold will huv on sight. Postal i.rlitKS liberal proposition ana Tree sample. Address Manufacturer, i Union Square. New York. vTk.NTS wanted: dollar article. Uro tmix. Hox 141S-K. Washington. D. C. I:KS1"?N'S1MI.K manufacturer desires ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

FOU SAI.c."?Miscellaneous l'l'UK mountain butter, "5e pound, (lUnran teo.l fresh vard crks, L'Sc tloz. Cahli with order, if desired by parcel Jiost. add postage. Saluda Poultry ?'arm, Saluda. N. 0. KOU sale. nioo clear. white paper. 50 Inches wide. Suitable for wrapping (li-.ylMiu requiring white paper, such its bread, (jlasswarc, laundry, etc.. 11.25 t>?rr 100 pounds at the otUce. Call at Times-IM ijiatoh. first ft lor. l-'OR sale. r."-rn.-ipt hoardlnc house with ? vi .irs' lease; rooms completely furnish" <1; running hot an ) cold water iit nil rooms, strain In at. ?? I? CtrlllKhts; ?! r with private hath: U public bail;"- Now tilled to capailtv with permanent peo" Kedson for selling am leaving ? J 725. care Times tcil. \VMITK anl It :fl" "opin ion rorKi'nls, $i each lllggins, Woodford, Va. K< ?l*. sab-. ?>: . paper- . * cents per toil >.o nni- it this '"all at fl> -t t: \Y '! -It be '!? i\ ? r? 'l ?>\K la ft: . II). Ill vtl'MII it cost I.Ike Juai.iM' .i. Su'i...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

FOR 8A liK?Heal Kstatc. | ?t>.35i)?Glutei- Park residence, 8 large j room*, tile buth, liot-wuter howl, hard- ; wood floors, etc.; coBt 57.000 2 years' ukc. Compelled to soil immediately. ! Address Mrs. Kanicst, 1003 West CiraoC Street, city. TOR sale, new fl-room house. 1- 1-2 > acres of land at station on Southern t Hallway, 16 miles from Richmond, nice little house. Small cash payment, bal- I anr?> on as loin? tJnio as desired. (Jood j opportunity for some one to got a good hom?. K ' 73". care T1 mes - Dispatch. i HIGHLAND Park, "-room dwelling,! larno lot. Will take small payment, i balance monthly. Address A 125. care ' Tiiiics-Dispatch. I'oii sale, beautiful 9-room home on ?- Hanover Avenue In 2000 block: small fiiiouiit cash will liiindle this deal. See Howies Si Jones Co., Inc., 14 North' InIkIiUi Street. Madison 6007.- j KOR sale or trade, nice lot In West-, hamptoil, on car line, will trade for lot in city. Prlco, $2,000. See Howies ! & .fonoa Co., Inc., 14 No...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

FOR HK.NT? Ileal Est a to. FOR rent, furnished house on West Avonuo, Mav 1 to August 31. Apply H147. carr tlmi-s- Pispatch. SIX-ROOM houtte, bath, pantry, latrobe, kitchen ranxe. all In Kood order: rent, $'-'2.50. 20S South Fourth Street. Phono Madison :?0t2-L. FOR RENT. ATTRACTIVE CORNER RESIDENCE 301 So Foot&Sh Site Sixteen rooms, all modern conve niences. and in llrst-class repair, lte duced rent. john t. gopdix & CO. FOR RENT. Empire Fiursft Floor About 6,0011 square feet, in a new fireproof huililiiiK; centrally located; 2 private ofllces; extra larpre vault: double-service lavatories; very li^ht: desirable for firm or corporation reijuir iiiK extended desk room. Kent low to cood tenant. IllCHMONI) TRUST X- SAVINGS CO., KEAL KSTATK PKI'AHTMK.VT, Main and Seventh Streets. FOR RKXT. ('BNTRAT.l.Y I/OCATKP DWELL INC! 714 Eo FmimMnia SL Twenty rooms, modern conveniences, well suited for a boarding-house. J< >11N T. OODP1X & CO. FOli R KNT. SC<- East lEirosd Sfar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

' ' ' "'J PART FOUR Society, Fashions and tho Household?Of Interest to Kvery Woman fttrfptumd Confederate Colli in n?? (?enea logical Data?Times Dlspatcli Children's Club 65th YEAR RICHMOND VA? SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915. PRICE FIVE CENTS MISS VINCENT HONORS HIGH SCHOOL HUM Teachers Are (Jucsts of Honor :?t <)no of Season's Most Knjoyahle Kiitertnimiieiits. .MIlS. J. C. WAHUKX IS HOSTKSS I She Kntertalus With Silver Tea for) lleneflt of .lunior Missionary So-1 rlety?Murhre Party Is (ilvcn for Aid of Needy Confederate Women. IKpoclnl to The Times-Dispatch-1 KMPORIA. VA , Kobruary 1.1.?The : beautiful homo of Miss Helen Vincent I was the scene of one of the most de lightful social events of the winter, when on Thursday afternoon she enter tained in honor of the faculty of the Greenville County IIInil School. Pink' shade light* an?l cut flowers added to the attractiveness of the rooms. Mrs. W. J. Oliver servo-! punch. At the game of progressive forty-two. eight tables; wore engaged. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

LENTEN SEASON WILL CHECK SOCIAL GAIETY Smart Sociotj in llusy ItM'lf Willi t'limit.v AITnirs and Special Services. IMIUOII (iOl.K .MTHACI'S MAN* Mrs. <icor?:c -I. Hull. ?>f Paris, France. W ho |h Spending ?l'it?*?? In Kirltiiioml. W ill Speak at \rl 'liu'Mlax Afternoon. 'I'll. I < 'it' n s? ason ?? it hand and Ash Wednesday will usher In ?? period or uocial Inactivity. Smart .society ?i" ?,usv ils.lt w:tll Mimcri'lts cliaill> .il ? !!, - i,n,| 111. : 111 ? ' ' ' '? . ,.,.x . I ?.; 1 V Sillllll :i 11*1 ' nf"? "li'l ??" :.?ri:iii'ii:iMit? tie p. ?"' ? and V" I llin tllH s ? lal'lie U. tMl!!-.- !...!? have t??cn scheduled for tit.' contlnx |is I. .'.l! !? - "f I 1 ?? SejlSOII hav. all ' ? 1 '? ""l anv nam.-. :?"!!> ntf.r.is !.?*? u"-x the married sot has onterliilnid ?ll" or: .hi ninny Interesting ??<? a .-ion.. ? , _ ? n t i * ? >1 "" ?,"u'1 lias i nti its . "tii >? The balls? and parlies thisi season were noticeably feiv and far .... mist ? I tl.. .i.i.l. .isa...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

WITH HUSH IT THE WHITE Aii Unusual Number of Arrivals Have Drifted In From South ern Resorts. UIXilSTRATIONH ARK HEAVY Florida Winter Colonies Are Con tributing to Roster at West Vir ginia's Society Centre?Number of Handsome Affairs Are Given. [Special to Tho Tlmi'H-Dlsiati'li.] WHITK SUL.CHUR til'KIXOS, W. VA.. February J 3.?Tho spring season is coining on Ikto with a rush. An un usual number of early arrivals have drlftod In from the Southern resorts, and many who have come within tlie past week will remain over fur tho Washington birthday anniversary ball festivities. Aiken, Augusta. St. Augustine. Thoinasvllle, Ortnond. Miami and 1'alm lleacli will all be represented In the March arid April thronKH that will begin .to coini' h< r? on the 1st of ttie month. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Steward, who are now at Aiken, will return in March, as will Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Akers and Miss Jane Akers, who are also at Aiken. Mr. and Mrs. John C. King, John llradley Kitchen and a number of other...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

WOMEN MAKING STUCK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Papers* Arc Heat! ami Discussion I 11 Hi] on Subji'ct by Members of Auxiliary. MISS KIHTH K.XHIi IHM.CJ W KI>S She Heroines liride of Vibarl Asbury Chandler, of Onanrork, Where They Will Make Their Home, j Woman's Club Meet* To-Morrow. I I Special to The Tinu s-1 >l.?patch.1 j WEST POINT, VA.. February 13.?| The Car I <"luh met on Thursday with Mrs. (ii'ori!'' W. Ill* hardson. The Young Woman'" Atixiliarv met 1 on Thursdjiv it v o'clock with Mrs l Kaj .Miss Ktlie I'arden led the meet iiiK. the subject being "Personal Serv ice." Miss 1 ?i?? Mc??eort;e read a pa- j per on the subje< t. and Mrs Thomas !'. , Hagbv spok? >ii personal service Thi Woman's Missionary Society haj? 1 decided I ? have .! mission study class.' and will study "1'orelgn Missions of; Southern Baptists." Mrs W It. Broad - dus is th-- leader. Miss Olive K Hait1"*. wlio has been j expecting to sail foi t'hina as a mis- i tdonarv !nr some time, left her home, in Ki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

STORY OF PRISON LIFE IN WAR BETWEEN STATES j Hubert Marshall Continues Narra tive of Days Spent as Cap tive of Yankees. FINALLY STARTS FOR 1)1X1 KI I Tells How, its Clerk, lie Found It ; Kttsy to Write Own Name <?n Hulls | fur KxcIiiiiiki' ami (Jet Clianre to , Come Home. Hefore entering n|>on my *1 ??tit*n an j exchange clerk there an- several on-j currences* which might hi* mentioned. Karly in the fail four prisoners es caped. Their tent hud a plank floor. They apparently had no other tools than butcher knives* and tin plates. hut with these they tunneled a considet - ublf distance and pussed under the palisade. Tlipj eliose iln'lr t!?>>?* when considerable work was going on In ?? 11 ?-l? ,-vi about the prison, and Iresb earth won hi not he a cause for su spicion. Tin 11 was unite a hubbub w b< n their disappearance li. 'am' Known "There was mounting among <;ratmes of the Netherby elan. TIhsj rode and tbei an." Ilut the boys elud?d pursuit. for theli recapture wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Drnwn hj- l.ovrllnr VnilKlinn. f pk.arv ??vTv% r"; " - ?V llrn ivn liy Xnrvclle Crump. Drawn l?> Uutli \ icrwkt. l>r;M\n hj .Iitlin Ni'u (on \ PI^'r.Htui, l.lkrH Prize. 1 ??-:i r Kill tor,? 1 received the prize ; and think It was lino of you to think I ?>f a l>o<>k us I am so fond of rending ! To-day I am sending you a picture of ! an ui'oiiii steamer, which I hope will be In print. I have not acnt anything ! for a long time because I have been : busy reading my hooks I not Christinas. I am your member, OA1NKS GOODMAN. 1S02 Washington Street, Petersburg. Surely Allmiril Von. Dear Editor,?Sister and l certainly ! do enjoy reading our Sunday pane. It | is sin h a good looking page. and so j many new members. We have not been ; to town often this winter, on account nt" so much rainy weather. We are coming it* to see you one of these days when the weather gets better. I en close some of sister's drawings, and one of mine, and we will be so Kind to see them on our page....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

Lady Duff-Gordon Explains That Americans Are Not Only Unpatriotic But Stupid When They Sacrifice Their Own Just as Good Products For The " Worship of the Im ported Label." LADY "DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" 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 styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close to'.yk with that centre of fashion. American-made Blue Gaberdine Suit, Trimmed with Black American Satin. (Designed by Lady Duff-Gordon.) By Lady Duff-Gordon IHAVK ben told, an?! I have al ways i bought, t hit Americans were tilt- most patriotic people in the world. ! nrn beginning now to doubt it. i'or surely tho essence of patriot ism is to patronize, encourage and develop the industries and products of one's own country. Where such industries and produ.-ts are interior to those of other countries it may be a test of patriotism t...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 February 1915

MRS. BOSHER TELLS OF TRAVELS IN NOBlffl Would llu\<? livery American Sent \l>r<>M?I to (ift Hotter Sense of IVrspeel ivc. I'KOtillKSS 1\ SOI "I'll f.\l5(H,I.V\ Mrs. Valentine Tells StilTmnisis She Itcrcivt'il a More Hospitable He* ceptioti l-'rotii legislature of That State Than I'rom Virginia. There - no .ibsol .1. p ; r i t y of t??!>?-." -.1 !<? .lohn I'ow . It. the liisician. in a- sw? ? t<> n .jii. stion i" t tiv :< proinl t: i nt won ill .it i uat in rill;: diirini; ? 1: ? H l ? li will i I' In Was the SJIl'illi ? I I ? t ?. > s i'ii iliii.^ is iniii|i:u';ilivi,1 V f a > f i? ? ;. ~s Ir.i 11 i>r mot.- bcau t f il t il tl ? <>? e tll.lt follows Of I!???? - 'I'lr- not. of "comparison" so. IMS i O ii.1 \. . ? ? tl t ii- k' > not. of prominent speakers during llui week 6it \ a ?? lo i: s t?': in > V ? ? K .i*. I.: i ? lit. . l!o>|i.'i spcakiliU at th? Woman's Chili Monday on "A .i :..<i' i viaii llolida\ ?I?1 I wish .11 V.ii i ...

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. — 14 February 1915

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