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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

? j="a jefl 'lw0 IcV \< Mil M \ Ml' >1 I - H . I V\ x?i*'1 Wrtlni***.!* t tiiatlnff, Murifnrrt 'Anullri in "1.1111/ ?S iniirrm?r(:'? f"nti." I I'M \ I III 'I'll ft 11 >1. frlda; nlslit, l.tirlllr I n \ rrne Tc*tlinnnlnl. lll.Mll I III', \ I'll I". VII tlir Heel,, tilth milliner* Ti.i-iiiln', Thurariai mill '?ill nrilni, iirnnc <?-iHt l.ompoDi In "Thr Unj s of ? om|iiini II." I.\ KM I II I. VI UK. \ll the \irfk I?li iImII* innllurm, popular \aodi-illlr mill pl<*|tirr*. ami Tin: vi iir? VII ? l??* iTffti, I'on li iiiiiiiio [trrlnrma nee from IV iiiiiin in M n'eioeU, 1'iirnmnuni pictures. I'lrnl Itiilf ill neck, ??T In* llncliclor't SUimiir.cr": ??*coii<l luiir, ??The \\ iirrenn of \ Irxlnln," i lll.HM \l. Till; \'l III \ II the Hi'ck, rim I i n ii i> i: ?> per I ii r in.*> hit from IV nnon In II nVlui'l,, motion plei tir'-K. Moiiiln< suiil TursiSiiy. ??Vli:i? .llninit \ nil*in...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

AMUSEMENTS (Continued from Sixth I'aKO.) shows will be the usual motion plcturn annex. consisting of iilcturcM relating to the Kuropcan war ami two vuinuJy llltns. TWO IM.AYS O.N Till: STItAM) nil.I. Tlio Strarul offers an exceptionally Ml font; prdKi'iitn for the comitiK week. ConiuiciicltiK to-morrow ami for tho llr.st three ilay.M l>anlcl Krohtnan presents John Kmersoii. one of the inc:'t popular character m'tors on tho contemporary fitaKv, In Martha Morton's famous drama. "Tho Bachelor's Jtomaiice.'* When It was presented thro*>Khout tin? country ?k a play some \cars ago, wlili tho late Sol Smith Russell In tho leading role, tho play won national popularity throuuh its charmliiK htimk:: qualities, Its humorously pleasing aspects of lovo and life, and lis splendid note of sincerity. It has now Iiccp. converted to the screen, and is meeting with enormous success. Thursday, Kridav and Saturday tins Strand offers the I.risky-Itelasco production of "The Warrens ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

LOUIS HMET WILL. ! DRIVE CDRNELIAN FLIER I'arnous Friinro-Anierirn it Spotsl , Klnn Kutered in "((lO-Mllo Kmr ><( lii(li?n.'i|iulis. HAS n\l> M\\% S.M XSII-t'PS Darius lle*tn Jumps 1 nun the NiinTienm I'?r to tin' IVuircot, mid Will Drive One <>f the l-'liers I *eil in tlie Krench (irainl I'riv. JNL>1 A NA P< >!.rs. INIV, !?*. -lar.v " 7 - Louts Ohi \ ? ole; h >? . ? o I .1 -I,. l'h?? famous Fmiu'o A ? m- rl :ni. whoso sin- <- turo .Aclltt jM-on s h:iVP Iippm trv Iiir 'n ^ t' ii * t I'onii :i 'l f'?iyearn, h i - ? ? ? ' ? ''? * ? '' '' dtanapoliK ifto-mile ? ?? s?t the wheel of ;v l.OOO-pm?! ?'.???! ? 1 ? .-it* nioi . \\ ? -h promiM > 11' <? fur ? ? km ?? n ? i 11on \? Tho ? i'v ni tfliir.t ? . -ii, I'xpp' ts ? > v. will ro\ ? lut ? th?? Motor l'iri inductr> f i--' ? "" , ! ' ' -; at Alltp.ii M; I: ' v'i: ?with n 1 ?? Inchpp, r&...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

UBNEY SHOE HOUSE WILL MSI UP MONDAY MORNING One* 6f the Iliehiiioiid Concerns That Orew as I lie T?vrn CSrcw. l/OMi CARIOHIt OK St'CCKSH ?j\II l!f)a.v Open House?.Many New it'iThiiiRs Worth Seeing ? T h e ? ??flrowtli of a Third of a Century. Mhocs Mild Other Thing*. ? ?The shoe house of !?'. \V. Iialmov lias branch"'! out, uh all I > i k things in dtlchniond arc 1 irit?Io !?> do at any kI"?mi period. A few yeais ago the Idea of n retail shoe house on such gigantic dimensions as those which tint liahncv roncrrn have now fd forth would have I'COII* ?thought to hi* prcpoKt oroils. 'nit "nlniey knew what lie way doing when lif riiiiimoiuMMl to hulhl "ti a small foundation. Ideas Iiavo changed nr.n h in a few vpars. No matter when* or when tin small fouudat ion was commenced: the f." t iMmins that It w.ts commenced antl the fuf Iiit fact rrinaiiiS that by dealing f.ijrly aid in i striiightforward w iy 11li nvi v customer who ? I??n?t????I in!" the Ilitbney hIio|i. ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

Real Estate Kent, Sale* ami" K\rlimiKn?<"it.v iintl Stuto Realty Hints jSirlmionli?incsfli5patrl} SIXTY-VIKTII A 1 ? \ >:. ADMITTEDLY ?tin: ??:st mkpikm in tiu: so: th i-< >k <'i. \ss 11 ? 11: i ? apvkktisinh i i ;i.i.i'm<?> i; \ in it ? w i s to in: t i mi :n-i?isi* \ i t ii iiAMHii.rn i i inMiiii.rii > NT V l?. It \TI->. DAILY ot..- ccttt n word wlion paiii In ?d\nt; f N" r\<l ; t.-'ii f >r Pj-s than 1? rent* M'NHAY, tie and ono-half loitm n word for ;ill t , \? . | ? Sit iiai1? ? t- ?- \\ .iiit oil ;.| mm t.- t a wonl. N" a 1. takt n tar ic.-< tha; 1 - NO \|i** : i--- tliAii '-rntfl when ? ? li; ? . ? . Jilu'li' ?: in. Tito' i'l (?tilrr. tun ;:uaran!< ? ' . i v ttl<?: - r<?t ua.trail ful aft ft ? I ? M. HE.lTlfrt. ATKINS Pit-!, s i i. I tl?? u 1 y .it K-ciiit-lli' ist \- 11. .-.t :: A. M.. l-*i I'i'iiarv 27. ! ?; . mi...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

WANTKD?AgenCfl. AUKNT8, iniike 100 per cent profit, sellIn ST our 2&<: Kent's pad Rarter for 10c; Multiple pair f>?'. Ohio Carter <"o.. 1021 < 'annoil Street, New Yorlt. \TTBNT10N*: We win pay ?1.000 reward If our home butter mt'iKor falls ! to iiioi'ku one pint of milk Into one j pound of butter in two minutes sweter J than creamery bolter. Demonstrators j and Rdiernt agents wanted. Salary or i commission. Write for Illustrated clr-} culars and addresses of 1.000 users. Wonderful Involution. Family Butter Merger Co., Washington. n. C. ADVlSftTIKB?2" words In 100 month ; lies, $1 : 3 months, $". Sample Maxar.lne free. Cope Awency. St. 1 jOUIh. CIIKW1NC kuiii sell t'> dealers, bli;-' est littc manufactured, meet any com- 1 lietltlon: send for price list and sain j)U<g. The llelinet uunt Cincinnati. I AORSTS, our marvelous adding ? midline has heroine a whirlwind solior: loo per oettl or more profit; ??? i -...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

IIIM CATKIN \l LEARN TO PLAY IN A FEW HOURS l\ \ <?l i: <>\\ \ 11?> M ?: \ Detroit musician lia> invented a wonderful now system which enables any person or little ( hild to learn to play tin* piano or uruan in oin' evening Kvon though you know absolutolv nothing ahoui music. or have never touched a piano or organ. you can now learn to play in an hour or two. IVonle who do n<?t know one note front another are able to play their favorite music with this method without any assistance whatever from any one. This new system is called the Numeral Method. Write to-day for our Fret' Booklet, which will he sent postpaid at our expense and which will explain our special offer and tell you all about this successful method that has already brought pleasure and happiness to thousands of homes in all parts of the I'nited States and Canada. Simply writ" us a postal card or letter saying: "I'lease send me your l-Yee Booklet." This w...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

AUCTION S.AI.KS?I'litiiru Days Hy J. I?. CA ItS'l*:.A 11 SON. Ileal Kstuto Auctioneers. I'll VST UK'S AlTTli >.V SAI.K op SP.YKN atth.m,'ti vk and wki.i, i.< ?cati:h l>WHLMN(iS, ??N ?* 111" I " 11 llll.I. NOS. r?0?-s-1 o - I U N'OIITI I TWK.VTY- ?' f 11 fi I >; i; I <? N'OltTII TWKNTY-SKV-K N'T II STIt I'JIOT. A NI > L'-'l I. I fi JKPKKKHON AVKNl'R l?y virtue of a certain deed of trust latcd Di'ct-inlicr "I. 11>I. and ri-cordnl 'i llifl clerk's oilice. IC("hnii?>ry Court, in I?. I!. I'. 117. doanil having been mado In Ili? * payment ? C si portion of t he <I? ? l>i secured there'?v, and bavin:: been r<M|iilr< <1 In- the "iiollolarv therein .so to do, I will, on \vi:r>NKsi>\ v. ma urn :i. nun. ' Viini't* ni'ln^ at I o'clock I*. M.. ?u tlic pr*'titiM< h proceed to sell tlx- following properties, situated in the ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

FOIt S.\!.!?:?Krai INtalo. u urn: a re.. Anurlcan National I'. "li I?.141?11it. HAUTON 11 Kt<!! ITS. NOKU'OOI) \M> liATTMin ?'Ol ItT AN" 1 xtraonllnai \ o|.j>oituir. tx so- ? 11 T ?? it I 'I 11 I f 1 . . . , , ,>t| . t.lialtlli > looms .ii.| .:,)!) i.ot w.it. r in tli> 11:0s: ?' 1 1 r. 11 ? 1. mv ? r ?? ?! s . ? f V. .1 xx !. 1 >!??; ?? t \ : 'i ? \ ! ? Ion: .'o:i.ll t :oti T* ? :i ?? to v.. 1 ;t 1 hasor. I.AM 15 Avriiui', Ia: to: II. v: I ? s Ian:.' : . ?<itr.s l;i(ri? I:? .it I : ? 'it nt.<l l"?;? is potvli- s. l.-irw slia.l.' tie (<1 ? .?11 > 1 ? !>?! S." this !>.?!.'i. \>? 1 I \ !'\i't>N t ? m lo it. hardwood lloors, ccinrtit porch. oVory?li.: ? .1 h..?: . I ; '?.? ... tl?i> votir . uiis 1 < i? rat lot llli ; III.AM ' I A 11 K ; ."it v.iofk. v rooms. ! i:i<> ? h>...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

BEYL E8TATK lOU EXCHANGE BAKER & CO. ft HI? Maiim M&di. 4249 IBWgaims fco IEta&dhi&irag? ; IMPROVED PROPERTY. Urovo Avenue, It!-room. modern' home, for smaller house or brick in- ! vestments. Hanover Avenue, S-room, modern home, for pair Hats. Stuart Avenue, 8-room. modern home, for 0-rooin bouse neair Alien Avenue. South , l.ombardy Street. 7-room ftame house uml Home rash, for West ' End home. 10 per cent Investment property fori West End ground or cood auto. ? I Norwood, modern home, for suburban j lot. or nell on easy terms. Pine Street bouse and some cash for j West End home. I'NJMPROVER PltOPERTY. Battery Court lot, clear, for suburban j home. Norwood lot for modern home, same ' ^cctlon. j Stuart Avenue, clear, for brick prop- | erty, any section. Elm Street, for investments. I Kensington, clear, for brick prop-i erty. West End. Monument Avenue, clear, for jrood I West End brick property IW H.MS Ito acres It miles city, new fc-ro...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

REAL ESTATE RECORD Property Transfers for 1'eliruary l'!\reo<l Total for Same Month Last Year. STi:.\m IN 1USINKSS i ! tiiildin;; Permits Ijist Week \\ert> ?Some <>ooil Sales Are' Keeoiileil in Various Seetlons of <it>?Demand for l-'anns. The Week's Record Property (riiiixfctM S:tIIM? DwiN ?>f (nisi uir..rii:t u:> Hrlcn?i' . . 7 1 ??| t 11% lliillriinu MormltH imi I'lrr lnv*i'? 1.7311 HO Henl estati \v:w nrtlvo last wc'li. The rr.-iii-.l; shuw licit tin' t r.i nsaol ions aucrecat?'<l a far tr??-at? i amount than tlii previous werl; and for an.\ woo It ? 'Mini; t h ? 1111 :??' wiiiter months The ? jrents report tl. it the? is ? -.11>i? 1. raldo ?nprovement lnisir-<s, anil, as John |" Kasley. of I: It. I'liatlin ,v Co, said yosterdny. "wo a ro one week nc.lfor "lio ijnal.' iin .mini: ?? 11? week nearer normal Mi- Kiislo\ said tliat tlioro v>iis a slltrlit...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

Socicty, Fashions and the Household?Of Interest to Kvery Woman Confederate Colum n? Genealogical Data?TLmesDispatch Children's Club PART FOUR 65th YEAR RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1915. PRTCE FIVE CENTS H MEMBERS GUESTS OF PULASKI COUNCIL Junior Order, United American Mechanics, (ilve.s Banquet for Its Inmates. CAMPAIGN PKOVKS SUCCESSFUL. Kmbroidery Club Is Kntcrtalned by Mcsdaine.s K. I). C'allle and ii. W. Carson, With Especially Invited tiuests Present. [Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch. I PULASKI. VA., February 27.?Pulaski Council No. 146. Junior Order United American Mechanics, i?ave a banquet' In honor of the many new members who have recently been inl?tlated Into the mysteries of the order on Monday nlKht. Only members of the order pa rticlpated la the affair, which wan Riven at the close of the roccptlon of ten new members into the council. About seventy-live attended. There were no set speeches, but a number responded to :he call In brief speeches. A menu was served In...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

MISS ELEANOR LILE TO ! WED REV. 0.0. TUCKER, JR. Daughter of Professor anil Mrs. Lile t?> \Ve<l Kpiscopal Hector at l niverwlt)' of Virginia. ,\i.i i;i:i? noyks to i.i:< ri kk \Vrll-Kn<mii Poet and Author Will Speak at .IplTeiwni Hotel to Viruinia Umiclolph Kllett Mutnnac \ssncintion. 1 ?? cfessor and Mrs. William Mlm>r I.tie, of the Pnlvrrslty of Virginia. have announced the approaching iunrriai;? their only dauuhier. lfllear..o- to the Kev lirvi'i ;>? 1 undrlrtjre Take-. .! . i. < i u: i. M. rati!'." M> MV - i.tl (Jhunli t the I'alv. rsit\ of Virginia Tin* v. .-tl'i.nu will ocelli soon alter Knste Mfrcil \o>rs in l.peiiire 11 ore. \t tlm .tcnersoii Motel 011 the <\eti "ills of Match ?<*?? Alfred Nov. s. of Kim - lit ml, will e;ol s-lctlons from his ;>oo:n lltl or 1 i.? .liisin.es ot the \ill.ailolph KMeS: Mumnae Association Mr. \o> &amp...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

SEASON INAUGURATED ! WITH BIRTHDAY BALL: I i Throng Already on Hand for Spring Pleasures at the White Sulphur. MORK COMING KVICRV DAY ! 1 Hiding; and Driving, Motoring and j (Solf 1*111 in ItUR.v Week for (iuests , at Popular Itesort?Many Taking 1 the "Ivur." ISpoelal to The Times-Dispatch.) i WHITIC SI * I *1*1I P It SPRINCS, \V. VA . | I'Vlinmry 27. Tho sprltiK season, formally Inaugurated on .Monday n iirli t Willi the annual Washington's hlithdav j aiiniv<Tsary hall. promises to eclipse | that of last year, when tlu> old hotel. 1 tho White, was opened early In March lo aiv'Oir. tnoda to the overflow of 'h<- ? 'Ik throim that arrived here for the Kastor and spring seasons. Uldlnp and driving, motorltiK and Kfllf liavj; filled in a busy week for the thronx already assembled here. Those bore for Mart-It and April are daily being Joined by relatives and friends, who i have come up from the resorts further J soil 111 (?eorfifl It. Sheldon and Allison ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

gins RENDER I PATRIOTIC PR09RAM I Greeneavllle Chapter Host at Kntert*imnent Given for Heuefit of Needj Confederate Women. CIIIIJ) WEI.FARE IS DISCUSSED, Training of the Young Considered at Meeting of Joseph Hedges Chapter, D. A. R.?Boone Trnil in Virginia Will He Marked. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.) PORTA. VA, February C7. Tbe sprr:a! rref:r?n>. celebrating Washington's birthday, under the auspices of tbp Greeneville Chapter. Unit ?i L>?u g h - tern of t>1 e Confederacy, given .tt the Grand Theatre on Mondav evening. affirded two hours of real pleasure to those who w?rc present. A large p eturs of George Washington. upon won It th? spotlight was thrown while the Mrains r.f "Dixie" sounded through the !instruck the keynote of the cv?nins The patriotic songs l>\ the ?;retnesvill* County High School chorus were inspiring, suggesting that the ?'iiools should create a pngeanti> of n?*re. alluring the childish ear and ? i \ ing s...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

Headquarters for "Rengo Belt" Corsets "Rengo Belt" Corsets are Scientifically Constructed All the Latest Spring Ideas in Brassieres f "N Wc Sell More Ready-to-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Olher Richmond Store BROADAND FIFTH STS Where Thing* Are What They Seem. J Headquarters for "Rengo Belt" Corsets "Rengo Belt" Corsets - are Dependably Built A Complete Line of Corset Accessories A Most Important Corset Announcement! Special Demonstrations and Displaying of the Celebrated Corset Department, 3d Floor Especially for the Medium and Stout Figures 7.)) Rengo Belt -REDUCING CORSETS" In the New Models for 1915 By Miss Anderson, Expert Corseliere, Direct from New Yorfy City "Rengo Belt" Corsets are the Foundation upon which Rest the Q Arts of Dress. Miss Anderson will be with us two weeks only. Let ^her fit you in a New Spring "Rengo Belt" Model before buying your New Spring Suit, Frock or Gown,'thus assuring your figuie the most correct and distinctive lines and carriage. r &gt...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

COUNT? SCOOOL Fl It Will Ho Hold at King William Court house, and Will Attract All Interested in {'Munition. IMIMtOYKMKNT I.K.Uil'KS ACT1YF. I'ierian Literary Soeiety Meets, ami Attractive I'iMKraiii Is Rendered. Debate on Local Subject Feature of Interest. [Special t<? The Tinier -1 'is?|?:tt ??li. 1 WKST 1'? '1 NT. V \ . I'ctiruai v 27.? All schools i>bse1"vetI Munday as a holiday in honor of ?????.in.- Washington. Tho Count\ School I'air. which will he hrl.l at King Willi:,in Courthouse this spring, !?? ttpp?iini'si in the minds of those i ti t ? role.| in schools The snporin11'mi??nt. It. Ragland I'. Imi.U, has sent e.-.ch ; i hool ;? copy of tho fail'1 catalogue. T!"? si vt ral school fuir j commit t ??es will l" announc-d al an early date. In-. W !?'. Kvaiis, rector of St. John's i episcopal Church, is holding services during l,i nl ovevv Wednesday afternoon and ? N?ry Ktiday evtiing in ad-. <1 it I Ii to tli. Sunday servi. < v lb wi...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

NO SIX MONTHS HIRED TO MAKE THESE S0EDIER5 Confederacy Turned Out righting Men Almost From Dity They Were Knlistetl NO CHANCE FOK "TKAIMNtJ" (Survivor of Civil War Makes Interesting Comparison I Jet ween Conditions in the Sixties ami Those Now* Existing in European War Zone. To the Editor of The Times-Dispatch: ?Sir.? So viiKt are the proportions of tho present European war that one hesitates about making a comparison between conditions now ?-xi?tliin t?<? and what prevailed in 111i? country durii? k our Civil War, for while the latiei conflict was of a nature to enlist 111?? entire energy of the men living during ' Its continuance, still we stand aghast when considering vsliat in now transpiring in Europe. Hut then is one feature of the present ?? ?nt'.lct which may have he<n observed by other survivors of the War IWvvwii the .States, than ibe writer, but of which no mention ban appeared, aa fatas ho knows, and that 1 the length of tlrno it seems to require to...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

Urnivn .lohn \cutoii A |i|M*rsoti. vim BHir *Ox> Ilia.in lii Miirj *I*i T DC C l)rm?n lij I.uric Tn\|nr. -- -r.riLLa_.xrj ; \ 53SL v'l<it/uU/. llrn?n toy Willis \\ . Iliiliiinnmi. \V iji' j j ' i I IJiis hrnu n If* .himr* \ Uteri ? -em cj/.: /?v?l i " I ?ix.v r-r-* '" "" ?'??!, *? II !?> II. I. I rln . Dentin l?> \ IrK'nl" A. IC?I.in*. Correspondence Column I'lircHrll 1,1'llcr. iH-iir Kditor, 1 read the pane last Sunday and think it ia line. I was* ul.nl t<> see ;i letter ami picture from an o!t! imti.Ui'i', t'urtis Kider. I also tl ''tlx I lorothy Smith's picture was -plcmlid. Sin is ore of ?i best artists. Kditor ami iiiciiiIm is, I ilun't reckon 1 will bo .in active member of the cluli any nioic. I hate to s:iy that. and I Iiojm you .1.11 will miss mi' a 11111?.? hit, (?lit I .i in work me now ami ilon't have 11 nit: for any (hint:. I contribute to :t s: na II man :i /i lit", one,- ;i month, ami ot toiusi. I will w...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

IADY DUIT-GOKDQN, the famous "Inutile" of London, and foremo t creator of fabion: in (lie world, writes earh week the fa-hion "artitic for tbi? newspaper, presenting all tlial is newest and best in styles for wcli-dres^etj wi?r?<en. ! adv Du'i-Cjordfj':"' Paris establishment brinf!= bet into close tourb with that centre 'if f i bion. By Lady Duff-Gordon. SOM'K <?:??"* called m ' i? ? ?" eoats but I don't. ? that's .1 ??? jrood name for :h<>rn. They a re 'ertain ly loose. but in mo t of tnein t ? Htjr nre somewhat sew e Thoy ar-- mo-* ever, the wry no >v? : ? i -if <\ and long coats. The large picture is o <? o'.K one. It is armlces, and r< ally quite col larless. Tho lady underneath i just "ff tr 1 a "Bornethlnfc or other" (i:i. n" do i!r She is a mass of fluffy ? with ? ri illusion bodice and no .sk?'ve<. <).;t :d" hns the heavy damns'; cloak and no sleeves?so ?h&lt...

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