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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

/Jr.i/oVi ?U\!\i n;\ P. m P^>; mod ".\iiti <i" h u jcMU't in ll|> to the tea nizaI ton. vered" I)i?? i> drama t i "Kv.-ry ??<:ted hlg lli?# (Continued mii Ninth I'iu'i . i this ^durational and thrilling; trav clojxui- nf advent ui't' and disouvorio.a dally, with special st intent.matiiiecK. ippi.vr I?>, :'.dvant;m?. ivliih tneviln I;; i?i" tlii? cnmo.lny ?ia| pliy cant. Tlii' ty-fivo pontile r a iiroin-r pjoscat;: limi nt ' ' Widow." :'inl Manager N t-pi l!t t iIIII roll) lv ;t li<) M I "ot ill ? I l:i' ' vpej- l'5iaI ' n Hi' h:ss also ;maiia?(l iliut i siivinv ii.atlnee "ill 110! In I'WI.OW Tin: I.IIIIAT, AMI 11 I'M ( ( IMIIMW OK VIl'IISTJJ I'avlowa, whose coillinc lias lifon lonu histicipaivd. will ;'.|i|ii>ar here this v. col;. < i;i 'I'lia ul;sp,i villi; 1'ii.v. inat ir.ce and ivrniiiir, at tin Ai-julonij of Music, tfiv Cus.-iiin pM inion hallci ilia assoluia, itiiiI hoi siipi mini; or^anii'.a Hoi; ail- io In- m'? a in a ino^ram ?? o'tr ,- ist If: ?; h...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

The Trey O'Hearts Boioantlv T?Ie bv Louit Joiepti V?uo*. Coovrlght. ISM. t7 Loul* JoisdU v?.3U# SYXOPSIS. - I 3y e.iraiiceuisnt with iho Universal Irlitu ?M^iaifucturliig Coniyuny, It ls~Doi-*lbi? t? j :'9u<1 ''Tho Troy O' Hturta" In 'l'ho Tlmei- 1 I'ljpatch hi- I ulio to ?eo It In pictures u*. : '.Uc aupurlor Theatre. t-yuoiiLla or preceding ' chapters: Tin trey of hcarti In the death J tilen uucJ I)?/ Seneca 1'rhwi Im tli* prlvat# ' .vur of yentfcaacc. which, through the ugency ? of hlu daughter Judith, a wwtiu.ii of violent 1 .ioi:j lIJcu Ulu own, ho wage* ugainet I Aiuu lyiiw. noli of the muii (now dead) who I ?litf lur.oeoutly respoualblo for ttiu accident I ? ?'hi'ill left Trliio u lioiplotM cripple for life. .V.jii lovoa and Id loved by Uomij. ?Judith"* :.vhi and doubio. but In :?.!} other respects .1 ?r oppouit'!. } u Jit n voivs to <-<>nipas-t Als.n's f .H*atli, but Alan saveu her ilfo under (Ira "tatlo clroum?tun'!"i?. and to unwillingly, '??'iiiu her love. The...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

^OVERLAND FACTORY TO BE MATERIALLY ENLARGED BtUldiuit. trel. Two Stories ? od I In hi* tii i* ii t ? to Kcntiirr N?mt \lhlltluiin. The bit; plain of tin- Willy* overland ? om pan y at Toledo. <?11io. s tbe still I j. further .lohn .%*. willv ! Brcfldcm, .*?? just announced that the t-'Ompany will imiti'Mii.itoly erect two 4* largo additional buildings The first of those. win. h t:? believed j to be one of Hi,. iarv> st factory build- . tngs over <.re. tod. tt. t0 i?. 1.000 fo*.t ! long by 200 f ee t wide. two stories ami ! basement. Tit. otln i will be l'Oo 'cot ' sq u a y t These two buildings will add ? practically seventeen aircs of iloor j space. plvnif, the "Holland Hompan.i h total of sevei? tj -nine acres of floor i space in their Toledo plant aioite. |i ! is said :'??! ih is a larg? t area of! .'loot sp;-.'.- than is i'ii'i (aim d in m ; other motor e.n iiticiv :n the world. ' Pho aupt''t;i5ti floor splice oj this ami ! the affiliated ?<v.'i l.'ttiil plai ts oper...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

UESTHCH Hi COURT CRLENUAR A 1'on t o r (1 n y's Transfers Inilieato Orowth of Demand in Suburbs. WH ITU MAHS11 FAIl.M IS SOLI) Famous Colonial Instate In Gloucester County Urines >1(00,000 at Auction, j Heal Kstato ExcIihiiku Wants Oaw J Ordinance Changed. White Marsh, one of the most famouj salt-water estates In Eastern Virginia, was bought at auction on Friday l>>* Jay GcWcr, of Glen Kails, Now York, for ?*!6,000. The sale Is one of tho largest made through a local real estate agency in some time, the deal having been engineered by K. 11. Cliadln ?c Co., of this city. The estate contains 1,710 acres in Gloucester County, and w.ih Hold at public auction on the |>romls<*H after extensive advertising. Mr. Gelder Is a widely-known stock man. and pro poses to develop White Marsh its a modern stock farm, specializing In draught and saddle horses. It is under stood ihat he will make the place his horn., und give the enterprise his close personal supervision. It la the old ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

roil UK XT?Houses. FOR HUNT. 2131 Park Avenue . oil comer. ten room*, two huU?s. strictly niodorti; brick K?ragi. Kent. .<$0t? per annum. 9 1 7 Floyd Avenue First floor tint, six rooms, bath, clee trlo lights. Meat furnished. titled throughout; most desirable loin- > 11 on. Kent, }S<0. 10 West Main Street Fourteen rooms, two baths, sus. j steam heat: tine boarding-house; iifiir Jefferson Hot.-i. Kent. ?S0?. Tenant can collect *100 to M.V for stable anil kitchen. ? 2021 Stuart Avenue j 1 tesirablc flslit-room house, bath. i v;\s. latrobc; in nood condition. Kent, * I v> i>cr aniiimi. U1CHMOXD Tlil'ST &? SAVINGS CO., j ItEAl. ESTATE DEI'AUTMKNT, j .Main and Sovontli Streets. , Reduced Rent; mi; Went Gary Street, tour rooms ami tiat.li ill nood or?.ler. Possession at once, llcntal now, $12.C>0 per montli. 1 K. a. CATL1N & CO.. lNorth Eighth Street. ATTRACTIVE FALL RENT LIST X. Vr. HOW I' At SON. FOR It EXT. Opposite Monroe I'arii, attractive ten-room dwellings...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

.U'i'OMOlUMiK. AUTOMOB1LK voiiiinvrclal bodiotf made l<> order.. Uichurdrion Dt others, C15 Crook Avenuo. ATVrOMOUITjK BAUGAINS. ? I'i defy oily one ' to e<|U?l our bar >ulns. Large stock to uhooRO l'rom. All ears guaranteed us represented. Open day and nlalit. including Sundays. Richmond Auto Clearing Houtte. Phono -Madison ir?K. Mtirpliv J.JIook, 212 North Klghth Street. "want'iVrx T J00 automobiles wanted at oncc. If you want c/ihU see uu at once. Phone Madison If.S. Kichmond Auto Clearing House. 2ta Nortli i:I1111 Stioet. Mur lihy Block. "WINTUN 0-C." V.'fNTON ti-cyllndor, 5-passenger: now tires. Only S800 If oolck sale. Call 312 North Eighth Strecu : SNAP. 15)10 Cadallac .'-passenger: must have money at once. Don't fail to neo It. 212 Nn'ili 1-; if. lit tt Street. 1^12 SpuedwiTl. liij-hors-powor, 4-pan aenger: must ?-oll nt oive. Bargain ?it is00. only ?!7.%. Call 212 North 10h:hth Street. KOitu runabout, new. perfect ordur, every accessory. cheap. 105* East (.irjio...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

J?irl|inuiiilfiniD^j3i5Pfilrlj KlXTr-rOUHTH YBAIl ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN TIIK SOUTH KOK CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING. '?KLJiPHONE VOL*II \WANTS TO ? :\>DOLi'iiE.Tll4KS'Dil5i'ATCH WANT AD. IIATES. e2nt a wor,! p*l?J in *a. *tJNli'iv * taken fo- le** than 10 cents on?-hi*lf cents a word tor it . *' *xc*Pl situation. Wanted ?ha?. 15 c?nt?. * ad takea lor |BM lV>!ii tlke" f?' loss than TS cents when iuSrZ^eSfl P?-?n,'!?ln Hh?n'<" orders not *? )'il J' ^"Mcatlons no: guaranteed LOST AND found '?vat. *VI:' flower statu] in >i\th Strop, Market Saturday morn" H.niiL ? M1fash,,M' f" with coral niii 'Mr ii" ,,0,so," who flaiino?I this l?ln o. Mr. Hopper is advised to return ? t at onee to hin,. ,uurn ?'K /-wirCUck hiKlTtop Khoo ^v'm h'-ouTs^,'.:' Seymour Syole. 11 I.V*r.*V; S''" "r<lay .soniowliVro betTvoTn .4 Milan A v..i,ur and Addison and .road Mr-etx. on,. ladies* blue leather hand ba? containing several dollars and i-hopkhnok. Kinder will warded If rt-turncd t<? MKv i...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

PART FOUR Society, Fashions and the llou.scliuld?Of Interest 10 Every Woman Confederate Colu m it? Oenealoglcal Data?'Tlmes Disputch Children's Club PART FOUR 04th YKAtt RICHMOND, VA.. SUvNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914 PR TOE FIVE CENTS r "a r Frill Garter Elastic Lowered in Price for Monday and T uesday Selling 25c Webbing, special price, 15c yard. 30c Webbing, special price, 20c yard. Shown in pink, bine, lavender, red, yellow and white. Flowered Dresden Taj)eta Ribbon ij and 7 inches wide; regular sell ing price 18c and 59c; reduced price 3!>c life to 85ic, same as above -fSc Hair Bow Taffeta Ribbon Extra heavy quality, 5inches wide? l!?c grade 15c 15c grade 12c f ; : ^ Wc Sell More Ready-lo-Weir Garments for Women Than Any Other Richmond Store Where Things Are What They Seem. Sale of Solid Gold Jewelry Tin.00 Solid Uold La Vallleres, with dia mond ami pearl settliiKs: solid ttoldervd ?old chain. Special price <5.85 $6.00 Solid (iulil l.u Vallleres. with dia mond and pearl setting...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

M?Nr GRILLIKNT SOCIAL - EVENTS Oil THKSGI16 Dinner Parties lo Follow (.nine, ;?t Which Society Will He Out in Force. GERMAN AT .IKFFKRSOX IMJTK1< First Figure to He for Debutantes, Who Will He Centre of Attraction. Richmond German t'lnl? Fleets New Members?Season's Debutantes. The colebra tlon of Thanksgiving Day tbis w cfli will lie tin occasion for a great <'??-:? 1 of interesting enter taining in the fashionable set. and beside the usual lamily dlnings. which are ii? onlor, a f?-??:?t mativ handsome functions have been arranged. Huffet luncheons ii; private resl?lenccs and at the clubs ?before 11? ?? big foot hull panic Iti the afternoon will be anions the notable ??vents, and the debutantes will be quests of honor a* most of these functions. The" foot!*:-.!! game itself Is one of the largest society af fairs of the fall and the smart set will be out in full fo"ce to attend it The grandstand and cheering sections will bo crowded with a guy company of Hh'hmoml people. North ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

NEW CLUB ORGANIZED BY | Mot Iioi*h mid Tern-hero of lCmporin Formed Into Orxuuizutioii for Active Work. hlltS. ROUKIITKON IS l'UKSIDlONT |state President, in Clever Address, Hxpotindi* Value of < 'o-Opera tto'n With Kdurational Fort-en in Sehool.s?Several Kocliil AlTuli*. |Si>eelnl to The Tlmes-l>isi>atch.| l'j.Ml'OKIA VA? .Vuvi-nili- r 21.- -M'?. IWIIllain A. Liu Town, |>*-exjileni of the of Atotl:< r.v CluhK ol' Itlch noiid mill Vir^ii'.hi, organised a Motii TH' Club :ili<l I rent 'I'- aehers' At-so ?'atloii ' 11 t. <* ? Jr? 11?? js\ i lie t' 'Uiily I'liul: S I ool oii Krhh.y afternoon. l.Mru. Uurrou'g, in ?. very clover address, Isli'uwed tii.- value <->i' urgnntztitloir ami It he Importance of the home joining Forces with tins H'-'i.uol. The follow I'np oMlei -?>? wire elected; 1 "r< -! <l< li t, ?Mrs. w. w. Robertson: vIcc-|irwl(l<jntK, I Mrs. K. M Parker and Mr*. I!. II. IWi'ar; secretary, Mn- It. II. Croyory: I treasurer, Mrs.' I.?...

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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. — 22 November 1914

one OF NEW BONO EVENT IT 1ST MI Handsome Home Is Thrown Open, and People From Far ami Near Made Welcome. MA XV ATTEND RECEPTION Officials and Their Wives In Receiving Line, and Luncheon Is Served. Patrons* Day Observed in Schools. Various Affairs of Society. fSpectal to Tho Times-Dispatch.) WEST POINT. VA., November 21.? Rev. K. \v. Williams, pastor of the Baptist Church, Is attending tho Gen oral Association of Virginia, which convened In BHsto, this week. His family. Mrs. Billings ntid two daugh ters, Mary and Mnr?aret, accompanied him as far us Charlottesville, where they will bo tho quests of Mrs. J. S. Farrar while he Is away. Thai ksgivlng services liavo been announced to take place in the Bap tist Church <?? the evening of Thanks glvliiK Day. when u special collection will be taken for the suffering liel gians. The feature interesting most peo ple in West Point this week was the opening of the State Bank of West Point, In Its new home, with a recep tion and luncheon. The n...

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. — 22 November 1914

THREE SISTERS WEDDED IHITB SINGLE CEDENT !?lc? Starts as Joke, but In Carried On I In Most Soli-inn Reality. HLUFK CITY SOCIKTY KVKXT ' liurcli Fs lieuut ifnlly DccurvliM] and Groat Crowd Witnesses L iiitsnal Affair?Itrides Are tl>?; Three Fair Daughters of J. VV. Dontiy. .ir.!^",?!111 }." *n"' Tlroea-lJluiiutcli.] Itr.lSTOIi. \ A.. November 21. - A !arit<! nHr*y of tirlntol proplr motored fo HlutT ? ity. Penn.. on Tuerrduy to witness th?* ' rl|>l? mut-rlngr when the three Denny 'Inters. I.uey, Miulc and Mary. duuglitertt of 1 'A. Denny. became brlilrn Lucy being married to Charle* Worley; Ma.\b; to Wil bur 11 a muter. am) Mary to Scott I'atton. Thl? ?i-iloue nod unityual nuptial event wan it matter of c'.n?ral comment In social clr 1 es. It Is said that the Idea will llrst ?Iiriins II? a Joli?. ivlien It ivus not really known whether any (if the younc couples vere to be married. Finally, alter the >0'jn* people hud KtuOI*.l over the matter, I' Tas decided to muke the tr...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

MICE MO ARRIVES FOR HOLIDIY ?T SPRINGS Thanksgiving Throng at White Sul phur Expected to Hreak All Records for Size. MAN V HANDSOME AFFAIRS ?Efforts Continue in Behalf of Euro peku War Sufferers, and Visitors Are fteK|K>ndinK Generously-?Mon ument to German Soldier l*nveiled. ISpeclul to The Times-Dispatch.] WHITI5 SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. VA., November 21.?The advance guard of a record-breaking throng that is expected hers for the Thanksgiving holidays, lias been arriving at the >tew Greenbrier throughout the wock and a number who <-anie In on the bank ers' Special from New York, and this morning will remain over for ne::t week instead of making the usual weekly return trip on tho special wlion it leaves hern to-morrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Corm.lius Yandcrhill, Cornelius Yunderbllt, .Tr., and Miss Grace Yanderbilt. who in recuperating uftcr an attack of pneumonia at New port, arrived at the Springs ten days i.go in ? private car 'o remain until the middle of December and take th...

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. — 22 November 1914

Younger Vow York Society People Are Crowding 1?? Virginia I levari for Tliuuks^ivlitK. ?SI'KC'IAIi TI<AIK OF I'llJiM.WH Charles F. Murphy's Secret IHwIosod. Ills CJoIf Score High Itecuiiho lie Can't Pull With ills Kyes Open. Danchiu ok' the I'OSN Family. I Special to The Times--1dspatch. J HOT SI'ltlNUij, V A... N'ovoiiilior "i.? Ono of the old-t'UMhlonnd Virginia Thanksgivings, <>f tlie rolllekliiK f<rit in being prepared for as* natural <;e ? luenco to a lloek y( reservations by ? lie younger Now York Hoolcly crowd ilmt made Hot Springs it Joyesus sti'.tnp ing-ground durlnu October. Those aro so nun\?rouR that thu Homestead Hotel arranged Tfor a soeeial train of 1'ullman oarH that will 1> ave here on Sunday njght alter the holiday, nnd reach Nov York 8 o'clock Monday morning. Tni.i in ho buuliioBM men may remain over without loulng the half day extra taken l>y tin; !?'. J?\ V. Limited, Mm regular express. Thct'i will also In: nightly ?iuneing in the xril\ foll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

SOUTH DEIITSCHM IS SURGE cooim! ' i Grcnl Territory in Southern Chile Which Is Owned mid Domi nated by (lOrinans. VAUHV1A IS ITS MKTKOPOl.lS I 4 It Has (icrinaii Hotels, Business, Ilrcwei ies ami Hanks?Timber lle ?ions on Frontier anil How They Arc licing Turned Into Iwirms. in ru \.\k t;. ? \hi*kntkk. t \';i !il i \ in SII>)l'Ll' ili'rmaiiv succeed in tlio j present war and dominate the worlil, tin re ar? two parts of South America which ma\ become (Jerman colonies -ore i> it> Siinthrni 15*a".il. It consists of several states populated liy j tlertnans !t !rts towns ami cities j liOVrllrtl by ('."i al.? ??viid Speak OeV ?i:ati. It ha.> ? .?:in in'ttspaiu'is ami there ar<- iS'-Miian ?-inns uvci tlu* stores. i Till'!', ate ?'?? ! I1.KI !'acti'f!i\? ami brew ? i ies. ami the .M-.-t businesses of the | countrj :i: ? mvRi-il l?y lermatis. That j region is soinctlilies rallcil West Petit- ? sciSami. ami i. iia^ mo.e 1 land ? Mian Germany in Kuropc The '.'tie gre.it region i...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

HOKE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS1 ATTMCTS MM VISITORS t'ontuiiis/Greatest Collection of Con federate Relics Now in Existence. MANY PUlpKIiKHS SLIN^ORUTS Old HiilldiiiK Has llat! >l<in.v Historic Associations?Now Maintained as Ileal Hhrliie of Confederacy by Women of Month. Ask strangers what they coiitdilor the I .wsl Interestim? ?li;ht around Rich- j ?.noritl. If tiie visitor cornea from tho ? uortu of tin- Mason ami Dixon lint*. ! or in of foreign birth. there will bo ; ii-j hesitancy In the answer. "Why, the Uonfederat Muftoum, of ; i'OUCK?." Anil thin is (rue. for every Richmond man. woman or j child of .Southern birtn who visit the. "White Mou.se of- the Confederacy," there are two vlaltora from tho North. West or foreign ?shoreK. Thi? Is fully !>? ?rji?? out by an Inspection of tho ? Ulster In the bl^; museum. I.ejw than ? ?ne-i.'ilril of the names ur<- those of ;>eople wliocc desoendontH fought for, ? ?r swore allegiance to fftn lo^t cause. And yet tho Confederate Museu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

Oravin h> Mnrrurllf tlr< Ifllnii v V ? ,r-r *tp # l*.? -/ 7/ ? O vA ? A ;? I I! vXChZ** v /' "'"mi by I'.tlivnril lliil.lirr. "i n" ii ??.? iscir Sulflr. IJr?\% ii li.v ? I fr llwifinr. _ y. ? ^,?. p.' ?1-^-^5*, Isu" ?? >? Unnui I > j llnr^cj liiitti. P- I S / ' / \. ItrsMn lij <?? j'Iii ml .Iitiurs. Will lla*e ThunWsjilvlux foulest. i Ml tor.- I v.'i.i Mirprlsed to ?>eo ??> I ' prize wliincru for l?"t ? I Viifo fill .ottor than I tlo any i;Vx": ??e vx**?* u-t ?,o ??\Vv;.u.tV fu,y u.ih , ! tin if ll""Vo to >-?? ? II the- member*. V ^ "" AffvT^UHNOV. I ] 501' No'til T? enty-nlxtli Struct. v.ity. i ! \* r11(? tin Ono Side of Sheet. ^ 1 it > r Kdltor. I 'VWiJW f >'? J are ',nV}n? i n- 'oWl weather a- wo at?. I <>?? *?"? ?'? i 5SiK'-?n W .ditoi^ltV' iferu esu11. u!tU i V.V1 I "Klght Cousins" next. M> I blcvrrle. Mini 1 ro.lc to bcliool. whl< h lb | n bout three mile*. H*",ve,i,lA1 ,l1 r ood-by I Into, a 11*1 ! must K" to " !-0,>" L>" , rro...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

LADY DUFF-GORDON. the famous "'Lucilc' of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes each woek 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 bnngs her into close touch with that centre of fashion. By Lady Duff-Qordon. tIE real Influence of tho stage on fashions ought to be well understood if a woman 1b not to make tho mlBtake of copying too slavishly for house and Btreet the charming crea tions that often appear there. The 6tage is a splendid place to study modes. Actrcssea. as a rulo. know how to dress. But what must be considered Is that gowns for the stage ought to be built to (it the pe culiar situations developed in the piiy. Discerning^ actressea know thlo, because it is one of the impor tant points of producing plays that may determine success or failure A dress which docs not harmonize with the spirit of the play may wreck the whole play. There la a go...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

MIL SCHOOLS TO ENJOY i EXHIBIT OF FINE OUTS: . Will Be Sent by AH Club off Kicli- j mom] Throughout Old Dominion. COMPETITION Wil.li KOI.l.OW | Women's Organizations Aft'ectctl l?y! War?All Work for Future l'eucc ; nnd Take Steps to Aid Ited t'ross, and lielxian Itelleff Funds. A splendid effort is now being made by tin* Art Club of Richmond to lot the people of Virginia Know Just what It is doing, and to develop an apprccia- j tion of art unions the school children | v?f the State. "It is not iiccpFsarj that every per son should be an artist." said an Art flub member yesterday, "but, as na tions are Judged by their intelligent understanding; of the line arts. It. is ? ?ssentlal that the younger nations bo Kin with the children." In Virginia the large rural population has hereto fore presented some dlfllcultles. but art lovers at the head, of the move ment believe they have hit upon n solution in the present plan. Through tin* Co-Operative Education Association, the club will stnrt ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 November 1914

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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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