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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

I nshionable Society Much Interested in Charity Affair of Master Week. If BISHOP O'COXXKM. TO 8PKAK } /Vlll lecture nt Art Cluh on Tuesday Afternoon on "Raphael's Mailonna of the Chair"?t'onrert for Associated Charities. The blRgest charity evert <>' Kaster v"^k, so fnr as fn?lilonahlf society is oncerned, will hp the amateur Mi;. >trAl Show." to be Riven hv the drls Auxiliary to the Telle Urvnn l?.i\ Nursery on April s. !? and l'1 at '.he N< ademy oC Mush- l'he 1 i~t nt intror esses Is n long and fashionable one nn<! brilliant audiences will til! the academy ? ?n each evening for these performances, vhlcli promise to be fascinating and ? ovel in every detail. Several of the noxes have already heen taken, and .1 number of charmlnn parties have been uraimeil to witness the entertainment The organization includes in Its mem uership some of the lenders of the . younger sovety set. and the affairs j ; criven by th<m have ...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Interesting Program Carried Out nt Her Homo, hi Parrish I'luce, Durham. MAX! VISITOHS ARM IN TOWN Mis* Claudia I>ewls lOntertains on Saturday Morning nt llridge Party. Dinner in Honor of Miss Korner, "f Kemer.sville. "I'RHAM, X. c.. March C.?Mrs. Marlon Klrij; was hostess to tlic r;eri?ral Davis Chanter of tlio Daughters ft ho Anicrlcan ((evolution on Thursday afternoon, from 4 to ?. nt her home on Parrish I'lace, An interesting program was carried out. Mrs. T. V. Harris, of Oxford, is the Street.' '? JonCM- ?" Man?um Miss Mary ?. Whitehead has pone to hniond, whore she will spend sev7riLirekH V,SU,"K re,?"v- ??" ?Mrs K. r;. Andrews Is in Norfolk for .cveral weeks, the puest of Mrs \ <? Macon. ? Mrs. M Finklestein, who has bee,, ? tv hnV ?f. "rS-, "? Monm- ,n ????" l-nn. Mass H""1 hcr ho,nw ? >?? t!i "('iiv"' v*'n**h ?e hn" K""? "> KH/.a,vi V ' ? tn spend some time ?? _?vi,M'V"r" ",,v" will h? ^ n" wh'-'r* thev will be the puests of Mr. ?,...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

MIL OF SPRING AT HOT Visitor* Are Swarming to Delightful Mountain Resort for Share in Its Pleasures. jtlANY MNNBR PARTIES 1SCVKX I (Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Wesrhler Explore little-Known Cave and Have Exciting Experiences in I n- \' derfcround PaHsa#**(.Special 10 The Times-DispatchI HOT SPRINGS. V\. March % ai'i n 1 hp c.'lli of Spl'i IIP- \ i S i v t iliit* (lt>hllht fill JlHUIUtill'1 ?warnihtc: to nil? ueiiM'*1"; , ?enort. Numerous .... ? ^Cpnos parties have boon the '"J* ,l 1 C the week Ainonc the notnh" : ? "airs was ibe midweek dance and 1 n-eV. Mtendod b> over Homest. j d ue?t* This event M? precede" ??> ?Kr"-.l!?ncr pavtie?. fox trottem in.luded Miss Mo" ^'V. ;.m) m,s. William i: w-jh-t-r. I a I Mi- itin,p? K Yoiinir. '? ' 1 '' Mrs". Reward ?. Bavino Mrs or^, \lleii. Mrs. ?'"liarhs \\ mt-?i "a v^in'o .v :?rwl Mv? Btlgar 1 "w "? ? ' P Shields. Mis1 llenrj Bohr. V'I .One Miss 1" ranees l.onc. Mr a" Frederick ?' 111". :,n< . M";.r 1 nio...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

HOUIIDS DIVIDE i INTEREST DT SPRINGS \ Long List of Arrivals From Southern Hesorts Add lo Attraction of White Sulpliur. OUTDOOR SPOHTK IN FULL SWING With Fine Weutlicr, Golfers, Tennis i Players and llorseliark KDders ' Have Made Most of Opportunities. ! Reservations Arc Heavy. (Special to Tlf Timcs-Dispalfh.] WillTK SIM.lMM'lt SPIUNGS. \V. VA.J March <?.?lloncyiiioonnrH h:ivc been ?1 i- 1 riding interest itt tin1 Springs this work with a long list of arrivals who have come In from the Florida, Georgia ami Carolina resorts to take the "kur" ami j epr-ml March and April here. The w oat her hits been fine, and the j golfers, tennis playem ami horseback riders have had things their own way. The farmhouses have all livid their formal spring <>p. tilngs, ami every day there are breakfast. luneheon, dinner, tea and supper parties with old Virginia cooking itcservatlonH for the remainder of this month and April and May are unusually heavy. Justice and Mrs. ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

! )'ESTS ENTERTAINED y WITH DOMESTIG SCIENCE * J { 5 j: -Irs. K. S. Itobinson \itiiii?i's lit'yliulitful Program lor Members ^ of (took Club. [m >altghtkus iioi.u Chcy IUh'oIvc Two Valuable llelir*. of Civil War Time- Money Sent to Uollcf ruml ami (it'iirral Maliouc Monument Association. *' | Spoei.>! !d TliP Thin s-1 >:: r?:itch l * KMPOllTA. V \ . M:?:-.'!i ? ? Mrs K. S. 1 .obinson. as entcrtainim: hostess. ;irrahgvd a domestic s h no ? vonlnn f'?r ' i? members of the ISyoK <" 1 uI? on Kri- ? i xy ovonltis The' f ? ? 11 <?\\ ii. ?' *: ?? program was rein'- *-? : "'!"? ? i*.t;? i Not Fount I on .i Tonili?toi b\ Mis .l.uii' Potter: "11am Sandwich. l'\ Mi-' Fannl'.' K ?"> ?<?t * * *?? 11 ? ? ti !'??? ait." 1?V Mr?. W. !: ? ;<? .'nvyii: 'I'm-: 1 of a Snl> ' ' '>? Mrs K 1. < iood v vn: "Hons.-v. I .i f l'i"tis-v" i?v MrW. \V. Robertson: "Domestic ProbloniiB," by Mrs....

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

ALONG THE MATTAPON! Country Hont.s Which lluve IJwn Owned by Some of Virginia's Ancient Families. MANY OK THEM IIIHTOKH' !)?;. Bernard II. Walker Wrllen RemlnlHCcntly ?f Houses and People; Prominent in Virginia's Harly j Day?Traditions Keloid. itv mi. iii:iinaiii> II. WAI.KKK. PART 1. I propose lo wi>p some account of the people, old Colonial Beats and incidents connected with the people of long ago. on :tnil near the Mattaponl River. If ijiy Information is correct, i J i ?? hoinr. of the Todd family, near Dunkirk, culled "Tlio Mount," is ?l? ?; oldert C'.'onlal residence on the upper waters of the Mattaponi. When tin: Todds ??.*(mo first to the country ih?*v ^ettlid at Toddshury, in ? ?Ioucc?t? r County fine of the family accompanied Coventor Spot wood in his <\- pedition over tin nine Ridge Mountain and was one of the Knights of the Horse Slio* ''lift branch of 111?? family moved to King and Que?.n mid made a home n?-.?r Ounklrk, which place At his...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Drnivn l?y l.fiircr Mm for. -jponJLe^ttl <? n L-u> "TTX TV T?r>. c<c~ nirflrii"'itnii I Irii \> it lit l.mllv ) Inrkr. \ v p|,.ml ill tilen. My I' .it Kditor.- I was very glad to note that w? are to have another contt. ami that ii is tn In- a spring one. Spring is a beautiful subject to write ii|ion, Mnl i am unite safe the contributions \> i11 Isiili'iidiil. While, as a rule. I ili? 11? ? t participate In any of the <???!. tests, I always take a ureal interest i:i them. :ili?i It is with pleasure that 1 iii>le the announcement of each ? ?lie. It w is with much regret that I read the fatewell 1.? 11? r of Maty t'hadwick. I kiii'n that sh" will he more than mlsseil liy each aii'l ? veiy member. I myself, hav ? been a regular eontributor for four years, ami during that time sin lias worked i.irnestlv ami unreasinglv for the wellfare of the pane. Her stories ami poems ranked among the he.-1, not for...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Preliminary Exposition of Styles and Fashions That Will Be Displayed by Local Merchants During the Wee/^ Styles 7 his Season Offer Women Wide Range of Selection 'X'.-.'iiL''? ??'VJv'.'v" ' '>?" after box fell trashing on the pavements In front of the exclusive shops in Richmond yesterday as express vans drew up before each store, and then drove on to the next, delivering the wonderful ? reatlons whlcli the New York buyers have ronoun e.| %. r> lati-s! edict of the designers Inside the hops there was a hurrying to and fru <>f sales people, and a rattle f tissue paper as lobes. hats and other dr.ss accessories were ently lifted from the great pine dry goods boxes and hurriod to icir places. For ten days the men and women whb buy tor the hops have been hi New York with ears to the ground listening >r the lest whisper that might indicate some new wrinkle for iladv Fashion Fifth Avnue to-day is tlift fashion center of th> ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

o%v the National Dodj Is Accomplishing a Reduction In the t'ost of I.ivinp. IORE SCI i:\CK I\ IIOMK I.IKi: Appealed to President Wilson to InvcstiK.nc Soaring Price of Wheat. With tJooci Results?Oilier Work l)onp by Ii(*fl,rno. \\ )iy <lnn't wr orpnnizo .1 vivos- J.|cue In Richmond" Inquired woman' a, 5h, Mon.l c),att!,,? in a iroup ,.f others at the close of one '/ ?Mrs Rorer'.i loot uros last week. ' 'I t know. \\ ,. certainly should ??ve one.- rpplicii another, ?especiallv tru-r this course Of lectures." I..- 1 n?r,c *>f housewives' league* ? VI t t,,e country covers a flehl .?"??"uche.1 upon hy any other "rc.u, f'llliLrenl ? 1,e "u,,nbers make an In- * nt buying public, and arc wol whoB,| wJll? arms l.y ,h.. merchant lv hisCoV"* ,hp r:?"< ??>??* - PPreela , 1 "I"'5' , nr? l.uver , * thu ,,,orc ???-"lsont to'ihn'e 11 <aM Innovations ?not he iVi h'??vl,'K they will The object0 of" the" 1 "I' h;s 8,U',V0S!ess ftoCnht,0nal- a:id...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Comics in colors, containi n k Host W o r k of tho World's I lest Humorists Clover "Funny" Pictures that Appeal Irresistibly to Every Member of the Family PARI FIVl J5jpr^Tirrrf K-i. jMWMi'l'I'.l1 I3EIAY THCCT! 00 AHEAD .JOHN, DOD-GAST IT ! YOU 1SS DER ONLY V/UM VOT CAW HANDLE'EM ;, :' %Mma COMIC OIMONP. ECTTON March 7, 1915 thl> 3tnr <*omn:tnr' Great Uritnln TllKhU Reserved. I CM>TwM,CAMYE GIVE "V MU WDYOUR OLD SHIP-MME.UOHN | ?, WUI l5o ft B* MtVid ?J) *miliSireIme I'm M WET AMD FIRED J J D?N p|RfcrF3 GIF HIM A. r fc LUBBER . , -V PA1N , ^ / Jtf BLESS MV SOUL BUT THEM tflDS 15 LOCKING well an* chipper these HAW! HAW! HAW ! johnj ,"DOD CAST it, you iss DEF* ONLY VUW \ WOT CAN HANDLE DEW RASCALS-' ^ COME , i GIF YOU A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP UND TOMOR M , have a heart, ' ' cap; for old times sake ! IK good night5 sleep is all i want! jsn^"l ? {T?a sOjl fk 2 5 no use tfcltfwg, john . de.r cua\lhouse tSS DER PLACE for pirates TO sleep! Site: 38 a DODGAST IT,...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

A DF <- WANTED! M A N! APPLY TO hap ?? ? ??' o o u j gan, CORTHoityThoip sr. AVe iMJWVfvwr.i US 15 A E?oi^) rC y^vN\ \ ?) H,-. * J W'Sr^:^>' } O^&HT t?W(\ V. .1 ..*-" ..'??? v A 3lr^T- r-v\vn NOW} Covrrlxlitn,!. 1915. by thn 0'ir Company. C. . t llritutu IMjIn- ?U .^ivrj \ 'I ft ppv ? !AAI in. A 1\1 oAi 1 1 IIV/'W.L/ IVl/ viX, Too K?:^i He Nearly Had a Best Man! But Cheer Up> Happyt The "Worst Is Yet to Gomel (PAW**!MEOvHftKEARp) f V<T Yo'UR RL7UC3T To If I AT OLp ^-x /\ --,'?-' r.??'*,?? I bhKTltMAS .JT^UVMLU AUcJ) j S v -'Rv I- ^ ^lb- I >MAUI- gE :-PV To ACT/'' / -\ ^ ----- ' -->..,"1 A^> V^UR / Vi\, V 'i Vj^^i / A '*' i*\ .< * i ?? *" 7 V / *' vw*4/ i , 1 < !-W\ ?? /W A - ; 'V ?. >v> ,/\c \;-^v i '..' v ?-? . s. /,' ^S/l\ ?..-?? 6 ?m-te,Xx ?? tML & ' ?y" $> f> .^.v " > t ?". -,* - *?-?.. . ? -.'A ' " I ^....

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

IM OtA FOIST ?o w 6c^ i &mM%, f-\ % ?zy"? f? '% ??i iVl I 7 rg ry ??>? >? vy i? ?aV. ?>Wk? V ^V*k ?1M?.V ?>' Wife J*r Cjr'y 7-5?" "n It Isn't Every Day That a Little Boy Meets a Real Ball Plaver. FiH? VOUMG SCSI You^s iJrFT BABY "TO RUM AROUUO "THK " M \STO THOMPSON j=?=: / I <7> I ?k "N <J I /1 \ \ A m \V \\ &i aie^xj , , "{.PAGE. ,\ ^ ! I.;' .. v.; i"l WANT r-1V } ' f I'APA Ml?>TE: I yfljcJl Sow . ?:? I Lb ^Z/.i !'AM V\ r .;n ' "1 ?? ? PAG? /7 VV3; ^ y%3'' ~- v; ,/-? C? Wfi'k ?? j \JfY ; /KDxV; ;fc *|r :3o ; - IL :-o r*V\ A I Sir.? , I I m;i cv r*8 .?: v -V' r /?- ; a. (J STl3AY< - : 'J- -- /? n ! 7 *?' i i .. ? ..-. r , VAfLZ/Jl )- i ]y \ '11, ,, .HI V . ?; "=r"i ;li <? ~y> iv." V ,C> ??' ( A' t> A L'ARG'E r - 1 P ?' HiSTO PSUmY- f-huu?).-wom?son. m V LE7Abt=:5' < -->f* J l Guess This is : for....

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Papa Was Worried and Mamma Was Worried, But Baby Didn't Mind It a Bit. y Copyrighted, 1316, by the Star Company Great Drttaln flights Reserved. ( <ET AWAt FROM HERE \ ; oh: smookuf^s lovex WHERE. are ^rou ? -> WHAT'S DE MATTER-m\STER-D?D tcuse LOSE A DOG? a JrtfRtztt1 A^nii? v [f#| JOMES-have vou bcen ls1r nevlxved v -, tooav; ,?J\ xes ~ i SAW H\?i runhinc< like. mad ovep^ To his mothers n house! , i WONDER WHAT wlfle and e>ABV are DOirsC NOWI'LL CALL THEM up AND see: / HE just RAN Home for^ some reason or mm lis III ii bi oh; motherN ive setched every whet?e for thenj - don't carry on so-they mut?t c>e all r\c,ht-the police will, surely find them ' 0 i hello-hello: i hello:'.! something host be: wrono - they don'T answer ' toutell him to HURRy isack To the office- _ heavens' something must be can't btop now i'm hqn^ei ? co\ric? i the'c rw mmmt mmm SSmmi horro [?<=>? they're hot here -th so^perncj^ 1&am...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Mh?1m Feature* by Fomoua ArtlaU and Authors, (Uutrated la Colors New D la cot eric??Things mo( Found In B?ok??OddlUec from all over the World \ march 7. wis Copyright, 1915, by (ha 2 Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reserved Mat Soldiers Dream Atout i' V"--'- MW ?v ,** ??* ? >;y<; >???.??? ' . >,v -? ?? 1,^<??;v;... ? .- J The Nerve-Racking, Insanity^ "? Breeding Nightmares that Banish Sleep From the Worn Oat Soldiers In .}/ y the Trenches Described By a Surgeon at the French War Front By Dr. Henri Bourget 8iirgeon with the French Troops Near Rhelms. TO the physical Bufferings of the Boldiers in the European war has been added a torment of dreams. As a surgeon in charge of a field hospital at the battle front, I noticed about three months ago that the wounded in many cases wero suffering more from harrowing nightmares than from their wounds. I learned from thoso who had patiently endured sickness, mutilation, privation and end...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

S*\ BAjOE DARLING, though cd/high degree, is very fcuii&h^too i\ II J J 8he never let* the ctiJxfm of ityle'' define what she U should do. \ if /. y? Bo vrhile her "dassieit" Irish friends upon "the Avenue" ) Observed St. Patrick's Day. in "style," to the "ShanK rocks' " ball ihe flew.\ \ I \ VI j The colleens there Were pretty, tiU lads were in their "beet"; \ They welcomed Oracle with a ohdef-jiand Grade did the rest. \ tl Just what she did iii sbng and dancej [a printed on this page? \ Her Irish! Tango, t?ei/and ther6, wa^ Voted.'' al\ the rage.'' ? Music b; WALTBR L. SOS] Sweet Mol- ly Mol - lay loved a Now you may be from Spain, or you Span-ish, his name was Mol - ly when he'd walk broth INj I ?^f==^Ezbjbf jU* >r he court .-ed all day Am And nights he would dance Fan what's in a name, Tho* Span - ish it be or Gre?t Britain Bight* Reoer*?d Oepyrifiht, 1915, by Star Company.

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

The Real Truth About Stricken Belgium "The Desperate Sounds of This Tragedy Only Reach Us Through the Cracks of the Blood-Stained Wall That Isolates Belgium from the Rest of the World. Only the Enemy's Lies Reach Our Ears," Says Maurice Maeterlinck in a Vivid Expose of Conditions as They Exist To-day By Maurice Maeterlinck The Distinguished Belgian Philosopher, Poet and Dramatist. A TRAGEDY Is now taking placo 1n Belgl urn that has no precedent in the history of civilized peoples, or even among the barbarians, because, when the barbarians committed their most enormous crimes, they did not have the infernal continuity of ideas, nor the scientific, all powerful means to do evil that to-day they possess, who take advantage of all the resources and blessings of civilization to use them against it, trying to do away with all that is most noble and most generous. The desperate Founds of this tragedy only reach ua through the cracks of the bloodstained wall that isolates Belgium from the r...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

An Onyx Vase That Belonged to King Ahasuerus, the Husband of Noble Queen Esther, Who Hanged the Wicked Haman, the Persecutor of the Jews ONE or tbe most charming stories In all the Bible is that contained In the Book of Esther, In which tbe beautiful little Jewish maiden plays the pan of tbe heroine, becoming the adored queen of an all-powerful king, saving not only herself from the machinations of the villainous Haman but rescuing all of her people throughout the great Persian dominion, and Anally, in true dramatic fashion, sending Haman to the very gallows which ho hRd huilt for her cousin, Mordecai. If you go to Fifth avenue and Forty-second street, into the New York Public Library, you -will see a little onyx vase, only thirteen and one-half inches high, which is inscribed with the name of King Xerxes, the husband of Queen Esther. It is this little vase that touches our hands with those of the past, and proves that the courageous little queen reiily did live. For we have evidenc...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

W '* W#&?s- /; .* J>*> r '?'.rmijf mimmM 11 .-^rl >Vi, 2 Haman to King Ahasucrus in'lng by Ernest Normand Explained fep-"^-' & W> .4' ' ^'*vvV- ?* p./*'*'^?A>V.\? v :. . : i--v~ jk- ?? ??? ' iysVttl'-fAH^., ? ".c f>- - . ?.. <' ' '?iV? ? iv". i M ? w. a:1 "W7 < r.f--?*V> *?. J?"V*''<' ' ? %>/.,?#* ?\jfc* *?$*?/-' known as Abu Habba) of a cylinder of Nabonldue, the la8t King of Babylon, father of Bolshaztar, the pre/it King ot the book of Daniel. In this Inccilptlon NaboniduB claims that while he wan restoring the temple of the 6-urugofi, ho d*ig down to lta foundation and there saw the* foundation rtone of Nararn Sin. the son of Sartvon, which no former King had Been for 3200 yearn. It wan a simple problsin In eritlnnetic to add thfi date of NahoniduG. 6&0 B. G. to 3200 and arrive at the dale &{'*. ? * ?> ...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Mill "Longfellow" Displaying, When a Photographer's Model, a New Kind of Coiffure. TJ" T 'word!" said Malvina. |\/| It -wasn't. She? had picked It up in Ixmdon. She had been sedulously cultivating it. along with other British idioms and idiosyncrasies, ever since Fern Rogers (whose apology to the Engllab "was printed in thi.< newspaper a few weeks ago) was banished from the British stage and driven home to America for saying nice things about the Germans. But unto Malvina, struck with sudden inspiration In the Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey, standing there before the bust of Longfellow, her exquisitely accoutred loveliness in classic keeping with the place, though in awful contrast to her dishevelment of mind?unto Malvina, dizzy .with salvation as a street convert, even a German expletive would not have sufficed. "My word," murmured Malvina, "1t may be a long, long way to Tipperary?but it's a short, short way from Longfelder to Longfellow." Just like that she thought ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

sadora Duncan in a Classic Greek Dance and Costume. No Male Version Would Have Been So Exquisite, She Thinks* for the Traffic Police of New York. Isadora Duncan in a Simple Grecian at Home Gown V-V Thame on America! Isadora Duncan Leaves Us?We Have No Appreciation of Art?Americans Are Money Worshippers, Unintelligent and Beyond Hope of Artistic Redemption By Isadora Duncan. The WellKnown American Dancer and Idealist I AM going to an tBland In the Greek Archipelago to live on bread an<l onions ana worship beauty. Because my own country doesn't want me 1 am renouncing America forever. It has shown ihp it doesn't want me by allowing me to lose my fortune here, because it does not know art. This season 1 have lost $40,000. The last time I paid a visit to my own country I had to borrow my passage money back. in Europe the Government fosters my art by giving me aid. In this country I would be permitted to become bankrupt, so far as aid from the rich and powerful is concerned. T...

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