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

SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE WORKING FOR MOVING PICTURE PLAY iirji'lin:*. trmn Jf'I'i in right ? in Imdy o| ear?Mrs. (!. Harvey < liirko. Mrs. It. K. I'lannagan, .Miss Nora Houston, Mrs. Jolm Arinstead. Mrs. Alice < ici'h?'\ Taylor. Mr-.. I>. IHooker. Mrs. < 'limit*. V. Meredith and Mrs. tJeoruia May .fohson. Outside cur?Mis*. Adele Clarke. Mrs. \reher .tones, ^ r??. (.ai land I'ollard. Mi-. ? alter Worinley. Mrs. Karnest Meade, .Miss Linda Ivoiuer, Mrs. Stuart Kevuolds, Mrs. \V. II I'rmihart and Mrs \ I oMfl . m eh m he IS FICTION Hi FRET J'uni*;?ixistami Social Workers Ii>-f I'uliiic Inlt'i'csl ill Hit IW'lialf. mimmi m w u;i: i.aw ! ion I'ii tti'C of SittVrae.e !M:i\ al ''olonial Theatre TM> Week?Sot::I Service ?'onference Open* 5\\o-ll;tv Sovmii ! ts-Mcri i-w . V ! < !. ? 'iff : :? f \v. s I.' K ? ?! f .. ? t ? | I,.. ( I'.'l t" ' llili L- iv?-< I' I' ? ?? . !i I he U ?? il<: ' ? "f til, Wl"...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

PART FIVE Comics in colors, containi ii K Host W o ?? k of tho World's Host Humorists Clover ?'Funny" Pictures that Appeal Irresistibly to livery Member of the Family PART FIVE 1 COMIC MONDW ECTION FEB. 28, 1915 Copyrighted, 1915. by tha Star Company Ofcat Britain Rights Res?rre&l The Original Katzenjammer Kids ?? how MUCH ISS "der R&Z2&ZAS ? VEGOT A TURVfibHER VALET Atf HOME VOT VA.NT5 TO CELEBRATE DER FOURT' UF JULY' them's *\ dollar ATlECE! THEY'5 WERY WILD* "buy ck fczAz^ ME BETTER TkVfE ^ COUPLE UF dese boys ALONG too , DEY MIGHT COME tN handy! VELI ABDUL 155 MY BKTH GE FIXED ? T OH, CAPTAIN EFFENDI/^ Your BWH IT IS ARRANGE! Tm ISS? i( so! Par's F IJVARE (S5 MY SHEARS!^ ISS \j OER pamts KOW MANY i TIMES haf ill TOLD you sf To LEAF MV shews alone ? Der poor little HORNETSERS ISS ALL Frozen mitdercold But, oohi aint dey hot STUFF* ven "dey G,ET VARMED UP VUNCE ! CHU5T BECAUSE I H(\DDER scissors. I got der licking 1 but NEPER MIND SMARTY, DER ca...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

As a Matter of Fact, He Did Meet His Father at the Foot of the Hill. Copyrighted, 1915, by S'ar Company. (Jrfal Itrltnlu lilrhtn Kiscrved RESTAURANT no dogs ALLOWED "^ES papa alu RIGHT dinmgr i WILL be READY ANY TIME. NOW JIMMH AMD BABY WILL MEET" YOU AT THE p0CJT of THE HILL'.' , pinks minding a "DOR.G FER ANJ ITALIAN fellla WOT'-S fee D IN11H D' R-ESTAURAW i SOMEONE will. MIND TVI ?^??by all eight er I'll. tiUST H\s Face \ - . You bet i would IF I COULD find someone TO MIND baby ! ' f VVHATS DOIN "i got A GREAT (3lt SLED | WANNA RlDE CH IT ? " v hes A WOP But he'S G0NV4A GIVE MG. A _ WHOLE 015 Dollar1.*/f-o ^?V/HOS S SOMEONE vme'> . WOOO-OF sWOOFy 5ToPP\t.Yuh canmibpo-j." \M|P - WlP-WlP . Vm IP - VS/lP-VNIP, WOOF" WOOF WOOF REY: Vol) wop Mutt! HOLD on here ! vf?\ ' WHO A. You ga^uc sausage FO D?' lans. SAtfE ^ ef HERE AiNr dat | thompsum.young- un V/HATELVAH am ? To do WfD IT?" '-guess id bettah Totee. it Back Ton MtSTo THOMPSuM-S MEBbE I MIGHT Gf? . REWARD1, " r WOOF m...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

COMI BACK l~. HERt,EP. The . SHOW'S JU^Ty' I GOING TO [ (tyfc.KOOLlGAMl hCarr ///^\ You wakt a '^?>A ^cK YO'JR <T IW CPPIKG. WHAT 5/ U 0o > THc HAT Ttp. ( v wua nt >r / I M ATF*AIPV*T> V VOliSc. WOULPKX \po toka ^ xp c 1401CH \ ^\WtJ>S>iaCr Wild MftWof PqRMtO NOWcvo N/lgWi FitRC? AWP AWFUL1n/Y? i i iiUU^L/iVJiiii Howson Lott Was Away, but Cousin Willie Was Willing to Act as Best Man. MtfVM fe>tvI i n v. 5Jo?. For) ?gPF.'EPi^O (htLLO'. WHO I4? it* WhAT? i HOOLIGAN r MO, YOU / CANT MAKR.V 5UMUKE. \ Without a BfcOT ma?4, AKp -V1T- COME. AROUMp j SV~\HEKE. I LL PU^H \ " ^ \^0UPNT-acl JH\) /yvv. / / HAR,rU\Kl. I UOS> MY t>AcK NUW^.P' OFF VtyiXRlW / , ILL. Ut/\Vc. M '?? I OUT r-T v!C?H i l* v HALT a M:rlUT&__> \<? MR.HoW5.orA \ V.OTT AT r\OM?^ * WAUTcp TO A'vK H\MTo ?>?') TMtr. 0 i '">T \ -W^\y Kvxm ,Yo\J *??/ > HA...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

thi-b is coin<q lTOO far! bac>y can s>tand up there a<b much a<b he likes: don't pay an\ at tent, oh to the OLD crank: ^ax - if that kid does that aca\rs -I'll have vou put off the train : the. innocent child didn't mean any harm & surelx-xou1^ can't <,ET an^jry at a little baby: lv'f- ff" )v?5!hb <; ? v0 wk ij - < iv llilla ;?? i ptpp/ WmL x;rv.r.;;-v-tggap&gjggiim some peoplc don't know how to raise. children! sk i can't understand how any man could oe ^o cold blooded* me'b jobt a crank! oh: v/ell - he look^ mean ! ra'-a mif. i* ?p@phbirrs!:?r*ti'|if|^l ?li? ?ctk! m well* im ?v**< sit down -i'm <<lad you caught THIS traim ? ?'t?zia ve cet off at the. next station - thank <ogd- , -i what's the matter j. with voo ? j ?assr V V/i > nearly had A fl^ht './\TH this <^uf in the next SEAT! STOP that i you horr&...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

New Dirtco verier?Thin#n not Found In Books?Oddities from ail over the World Tebnwrv 2s, 1915 O Copyright, If IS. by the Star Company. Great Britain Mights Reserved The "Legion of Death," a Regiment of Servian Women at Rifle Practice Before Being Sent to the Front the At:slro-Germai Fojt"*.. How They Are Fighting in the Trenches Side by Side with the Men, Undergoing All the Hardships of War, and Being Promoted to Lieutenants, Captains and Colonels Through Their* Braverv ROM time to time since *he grea' war began reports have leaked through of women fighting in the tr?*nrh? s side by wi?l*? with their husbands, brothers and lover <t ::impi> their own countrymen. The-e reports have been received with more > r less incredulity, it did not seem pn'-iV.e that women could undergo :he hardships. the complete reversal of a" their ; ib'.'s and the primitive manners v .'.??eessarlly nceompany trench 1fe. 1 nered .lity ha.-. however, pivot; way before actual of...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

tor's bias birds, Southward; ^ V/ rich for words. The Film Be?ch season, a And debutantes of lineage Ijhill Gr4c?--&4rliDg, A 1 uN )? tod,nnitfi vealed jatrician dames names. its height^ and wealth, and hi>n^ But, Oi what lack of gaVety! They slept)' thoy longed, they strolled; \ 1 They flirted in an aimless w^y, their seniles (pscreetly cold. ? . * 'Tis diffarent now?the picture shows, Vhe njn?ic printed We; Grace.Dirling's For Trot banished gloom,And filled all hearts yy with cheer. A ^y\\Wo. 4-\Don,t Keep Me \$aiting, Love^ ' *?/ Music by / 0HA3. ELEERT V ~~Wm^ y y. Now dont be la - zy Say dear, come here That tune is whiz - zy Hop skip! Zing zip! Set ? your feet to rau - sic Aren't your feet thecut-ups d: ' * *?- J Copyright, 1915, by Star Company. Great Britain Righw Reserved

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

iDr. Ea W. Lee Explains Why We Should Kill or Cure Our Criminals DI(. KDWAUD W'AIJ.ACK I,KK, or New York, recently made an pddress before the Medical Association of tlie Greater City of Now York, in which he declared that u very largo proportion of criminals could bo cured by medical or surgical treatment, and further stated that those who were hopelessly incurable and a danger to society should bo eliminated. This subject is one which Is Interesting many doctors. Kck'iitists and social reformers JuBt now. The new warden of Sing Sing. Thomas Mott Osborne, has Just started a regime of good treatment for convicts, as he explained recently in these columns. A representative of this newspaper asked Dr. Lee to explain his views and the treatment and cure of criminals for the benefit of the general public. "Do you. as a medical man and solentlflo criminologist, approvo of Warden Osborne's plan to make prison comfortable, to put an onion in the hash, to brown it nicely, to give him real co...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

^ Scientists Puzzled by a Newly Discovered Curiosity Who Had a Duck's Bill,2000 Teeth and a Gigantic Skull?But No Brains in By W. H. Ballou, Sc. D. THE 1915 model of dinosaur lias arrived at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, and the ancient monster iB a puzzle to tHe scientists. His skull is admirably fitted to have qualified him for a. brain that would have made him the Edison or tne Napoleon of prehistoric animals. Notwithstanding its enormous size, it required considerable detective work to locate the small cavity where the brain itself had reposed. When this was found its size, shape and location proved the; the brain that bad filled it had possessed no capacity for thinking. and that, apparently, its sole business had befrn to guide the animal's senses of sight, hearing, taste and smell, more particularly the last named. Indeed, It cannot strictly be called a brain at all as compared to any modern idea of what brains are. About Christmas Professor Barnum Brown a...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

Happen If Tke$$ Were tctas bare just been o visit alive New ?ery unuaual epecB?a city Btreetn Is the C5ioogb to arouse con* i standi ten feet high. Inito captivity. weighed erfen and one-half feet Jlsht or the biggest of lite Insignificant. The sensation the appear*DnBroadway would be ?. elephants standing In half an hLg() again au Into captivity. When * I |*ter and must ore equipped ling blade fore 1 3oro?i of theno I* phenomenoa JU8 dinosaurs. |d by another, at least four 3SB. J was l!ke waa [rloiio finds of H much to be Ir. Brown un|ls one of the ibarreUhaped file six feet In lghtly shorter |erb-eater and teeth and a cted to reBist iod. plates which were solidly ed In a huge 'don, the prei with which jhtlest of his ew collection *ts. No comr before chance may be ne years ago. i with an unad protected i five feet In an. Jt bad a rn over each ?p and must i well as donlus reyeals sr of inteilirtlon to the k! above the 8 krltoosauras equipped It stood on its hind legs, hnwever, this ...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

How It Feels a Clergyman t Torpedoed 7 The Chaplain of the "Cressy" Tells of the Sinking of the British Cruiser, and How He "Cheered Heartily" When One of the Gunners Put a 9-inch Shell Into the German v- Submarine By the Rev. G. H. Collier, Chaolaln on Board the British Cruiser "Cressy." AS YOU KNOW. I was on the cruiser Cressy on September 22. when In company with the cruisers Atoukir and Hogue Bhe was torpedoed by a German submarine. My life has been spared in a most miraculous way. About G: 1 T? a. m. I was awakened bv some marines waking their comrades. "Get up quick, the Aboukir is sinking." 1 tumbled out of my bunk, put on my shoes and slipping my big coat over my pajamas I hastened up to the sheltered deck. 1 should tell you that we were proceeding in line formation. the Hogue leading, our ship, the Cressy, bringing up the rear. We were steaming between six to nine knots, and at a distance of about a mile or so apart. When I got on deck the Hogue had fallen back on the starb...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

The Saddening Experiences of Young Mrs. Alsop Who Married A Multi-Millionaire Four Times Her Age and Soon Learned How Cruel, False and Illogical The Old Maxim Is % fr. Alsv..p, Whose Wife, BO Year' /ounj?er Than He, Is .Suing for a Separation. By Mrs. Pope Alsop. MAI) a<" ??r-n brought up to believe !h;?' 'i.'rv was golden truth in llio ol<l maxi' j. "Hotter !>o an old man's darling Than a young man's slave." ! know now that t).i.s i. not 'rue. I vp boon an old man':- darling. When 1 was nim let u years old I mard an aged multi-inillionv't>' who is on i way toward | i = eightieth year. My marriage t<? olrj Mr. Alsup was ;ainst my own judgment, my impulse, y instinct and my hear. reason ins. Hut was carried off my feet by tin* falsi' gir of that wretched adage which 1 ve just quoted above. 1 should never have married this aged i rimonia! partner if 1 had not been t! teneed by the false doctrine of that kedly misleading maxim. In ...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 28 February 1915

$1,500 , Forthe X v. an (J in?Anfcuish"* "welcome Kiss What Happened to Mr. Griffin Who Sai hi an, Orchestra Seat When Four Soubrettes Suddenly Rushed Down from the Staae WHAT do yon think the jury ?will give him? (.Jive who? Oh! well, if you haven't hoard abc^^J|i^^^ni' of Washington, r* a':; haven't i : i) < ? i new in damage suits--- lefeusolcss man attacked right in the orchestra of a theatre by a lit-1?? girl and roiibed ot a ki.s.-;. This damage suit 1>:ik been brought in WnshiniUun v. ithin t ii? last few days by a M \N who without his consent or approval u ... bereft of a kis:? by :i young woinaa with whom he was unacquainted thereby, as he says. being "subjet ted to ridicule before the community.' Ordinarily when a your.'.: man is. kissed he views the occurrence at least with philosophy. Such thing.*; will happen. Hut in this instance it was different. The victim, as he con siders himself, dec tares that the kiss "caused hiip ^.;ii f?a:n ami anguish.'"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

Bhints I niajr be K and vrhlte tan'a I'ngf. SPATCH THE PLACE T mi rnalljr be dci putting ? r mil clniifllQfd rolamnn c THE TIMES-DI Xujinen" RICHMOND. VA? TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915. ?TWELVE PAGES PAffiT."*"* ?FAIR price fCHECKED ^ses Are Reported of fjt-and-Mouth Disease. j .K IS PASTEURIZED Safeguard for Human and [mal Life Is Taken by Authorities. resource known to iscjenco and physical means arc b<lng used k'ent tho spread of the-foot-and-:h dlseaso discovered last week in herd of tho Miller Hrothers, In Iirlco County. IJy rundown to-day whol? herd, consisting of 275 cattlo the best breed and a prize bull, 'hlch ha<l recently been purchaewl at cost of $SOO, will have been Slaughtered and burled In a seven-foot trench. As each animal Is led to th?* sceno of Its Interment and killed, the carcass will be so mutilated that Die hid? cannot bo sold. The horns and hoofs, used In the manufacture of a certain form of oil, vMll also be so treated that they cannt/t be dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

arts Prepare for New Offensive to Foil on) I It) Rprent. more serious than a | [ Jt,Interfered also with j led to bo bound to u ' llle In transit to a nou- i fhereas the doctrine of ! ape previously has been a present war by Great tu'n her riplit to dotnin j f' stfiKO In their Journey, i natoly to be destined to ( such a presumption Is j to Include all Articles |e Kuch as machinery an<l well as cotton bound beIilted States and neutral i ?ss an ombarpo 011 re-ox- i nt Into effect by Hie non11 the products are con- I |f an element of suspicion kooiIb hltliarto untouched tween neutral ports will |;e the duties of the Turnout In protecting the Is shippers from undue Intions without s.illlclent lestion of the right, set i Britain, to take neutral i*ts for examination anil s, such as consignments I to named consignees,! t into the field of dis-! affecting materially tho| the United States was ? ho correspondence with on the subject of con-', with the American note 2K, and conti...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

/TO EXPEDITE LEGISLATION Both Houses in Session Until I^uto i Hour at Nlsht Considering important Matters. ' NAVAL PROGRAM COMPROMISED Generally Agreed Tliut HIr Appro-' priation Measures Are as' Kar Ad- i vanced as Tliey Usually Are in j Closing Days of Session. WASHINGTON, D. C.. March l.? IJoth houses of ConurcHH worked until a late hour to-night, administration . leaders straining every resource to ex- ; podite legislation that must ho en- ; acted before adjournment on Tlmri- ; day noon. Rural credit legislation as an amend- t ment to tiie agricultural hill held the House In session ?a'r Into the night. . Tho Senate, aft or devoting a second * day to appropriation tannics iti the ; H'l.OOO^OO-) Indian supply hill, laid the : hill aside this evening for an execu- | tlvo session, and to tuk? up general j calendar bills. I A compromise on the naval build- j ing program was one of the Import- j ant developments of^the day. ? onferees agreed to two submarines of j the sea-going tvpe,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

Ethical T a 1 ks h it it. led (tic M oming tory rhc Inge LIGHT. la prC D?n I.a (.'rnngr. Join stfvn a spring; morning that [natolrine Uelolt went suddenly H\Kh icached the age of nine- |? Bucut anybody having suswellyf i\ weak brain. On the |iltod oac who knew her best said ss uriajtt, j,or mark In the world, l it Int Ejir> xv,!}1. [" ''its had planned to ro away . and Mies Katherlne was to |r an ?,R? or house during their , y??d g-Qodby and then tins f->lU:4 ~t\ve< rpj1<; cast an eye around f? y tramps wore In sign*.. and |,"m?d down into the hammock It ?,o thinking and musing prc- '? going crazy. ready ami go right off s.in't count for shucks!" she jtrit |rt? . ,o and be hanged. but 1 I. ' .uys be here to be snubbed. ? has a good Unit- but me." Inff th |ho iy one call except on moth!r a young man driving past ()I1 o stopped and asked what "is 7 |,,s .hose college boys had their the clubhouse I sat right Lveranda. and did a single one fli...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

DDY FOUND FLOATING III HFPOMATTDX RIVER Relieved to lie That of Negro Who Lcitped From Ltiuiuli in Petersburg llurbor. CITY POINT IMPROVEMENTS Water Works Plant WHI Bo Constructed of Sufficient Size to Servo Community of lidr^e Population. Electric Railway Seems Assured. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.! PBTERSBURG. VA.. March 1.?Two younK cltlzcriH while motor-boating down tho Appomattox y<-storduy afternoon, cum^ In view of the body of a negro II oat I rig in the river two or three miles below tho city. Tho hotly was pulled to the shore and ,placed on the bank. Chief of Police Ritgland was notified, and he turn notified the Prince George authorities. There Is no Information of who tho neirro was, but It is supposed thut the body Is that of the man who late at night several weeks ago jumped from a launch In tho harbor hero as It was leaving with a gang of negroes for City Point. IIIk Miller l'lnnf.-1 Among tho Improvements at tho Du Pont town of Hopewell, near City Point,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

(inonii Cuu^-fltfpalrt) .IE!>, Kountled 1NSS PATCH. Kountled IS50 |h n_ I n, . ?ed every dny In thr jrcnr liy The Tlmn- - . PuI>H?IiIiik Company, Inc. Address nil l"? I'nl I on h to Till. 'I IMICS - DISPATCH. 'ht?piih'li Ilultiliiiu, 3 0 South Tenth Street, j npo '? * n* |o pi- ??? tuin tki.kpiiom;, handoi.ph i Plfion Ilince 10 South Tenth Street na<e,.'hmnnd Itu? Hull Street SUCI.g. lol> North Sjeitimire Street lPic.... 21S UiKhth StrvM > sue wol? , lilted BHOOK. i'KlHY A HltOOKS. INC.. ss U'eeltil Adver(l*l:i, '.ti 2Jre*entutl ven. ' .'v k atHI Fifth Avenue 'hln ... Uiitual l.lfe ' iiIIiIIiik |f a n good two Vuplc'a tins Hull;" Sl'lISt HIP riO.N HATRS l-.o Six aioti. *a.oo 2.00 1 .00 Three >1 JS. 91. no i .oo .ftO One Mo. i ,r?5 . :?r. H/, One ",rU PAII) Venr. n,f>d Siindnr. . . .$0 . OO aly 4.00 lies oni>' ??<>?> |iri I'lSr.ca-UUpalrli < nrrler Deliv...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 March 1915

p-TBIMTt CAR PftRTY IS ON SOUTH TOUR Mr. and Mrs. Lucian II. ttockc and Daughters Visiting in Florida. WIIjIj 81*10AK AT TUB ART CLU1) Mrs. McNeill and Miss McKeiuiey on Program?Many Important Meetings of Interest to Women on ToDay's Calendar. Mr. and .Mrs. laiclan 11. Cocke and tholr daughter. Misses Mary Stuart and Janie Cocke are on an extended Southern trip In their private car. Mr. and Mrs. Cocke and the Misses Cocke have been In Tampa, Kin., for the past several days, and will later continue their trip to Cuba. At the. Woman's f'tnli. The parlors of the Woman's Club /\vero crowded to Mie doors yesterday afternoon for the publication of the "Hardy Annual," edited by the Daughters of the Club, with Miss Cornelia Maglll as efficient editor-in-chief. The associate editors and reporters were Misses Joan KIcld. l)e ("Jraffenreld Robertson, T-uolIle Cnlllngworth. Koberta Kyle Pleasants. Cornelia Harris, Jane Cushman and Oorothy Hart Daffodils bloomed on the tea tables, and the pretty...

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