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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

GREAT MERCHANT MARINE^ IS IT THE DEMAND OF HOUR? Lots of Jingoes and Otlier Sorts of People Are Getting Crazy Over Question. SHALL WE GET IX T1IE SWIM? Demands Being Made Tha Real Americans Speak Up or Shut Up. Swedish Contingent Getting in the Front. Just to let the horny-handed sons of loll who delight In the Industrial Sec tion of The Times-Dispatch know how other folks are thinking, the follow ing is taken from a great Middle West paper, one of the Democratic faith, namely, the Cincinnati Bnqulrcr: Every day that passes emphasizes the need of tho United States for a merchant marine of its own. and for a navy in every way adequate to af ford protection to such commercial lleets. Tills national necessity should not ho made a subject for any partisan play, nor an affair for obtaining any political advantage. The House and Senate should co operate in the most cordial manner with the President in measures em bracing the legislation required for the advancement and protection of our f...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

EILESTITE NEWS MID NOTES OF BUILDING ' I ?nc of tlie Agents Brag of Big | Business-?Home Dullness Noticeable. riLL THERE WAS BUSINESS unoxatiun Property Seems (o Be in Deniand?Men Who Have Money In Waiting Humor?Home Makers Hold the Hand. "Another dull week.fvery dull, but I icsb It In well enough that It le dull. ?u sec, It gives uh a renting spoil that ables uh to cast up accounts and ace at whore we urc tit. Dull, yea; ho r aa big sales are concerncd, but yet ! real ebtato agents are always doing methlng. I know of no real big lea to tell you about, but there have cn quite a number of small trana tlona, moatly In the newly annexed rritory, 'and some In the old-time city illth. Go urouud and Inquire of all tho real eatato amenta, and T guess u will find that something like 1200, 0 of buHineu^ way done thin week. I >uld not undertake to particularize, it I am quite sure you will find that e figure I have named is not an aggeratlon." Thun apoke ono of the iding agenta, and he waa...

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. — 15 November 1914

ONLY ONE SHIP A WEEK FOR AMERICA PROBABLE) (Continued From First Pace.) other Ilalfwaj iinoii down tlio squadron, on cither side, wore twoj more of the convoying battleships. The < roar of the flotilla was guarded aw was ! Us head. In all twelve ha11 loshlps | safeguarded tlio passage ??r these j thirty-nine liners. St retell l n tr out almost over two nillei* of ocean In width and live miles be t ween the lead inn and 'he rearguard I tread noughts this armada, represent ing In tonnage and value a total such uh never before in the history of tlio world has been approached, made the voyage of 55,000 miles without a single j mishap, find to w,ithiii an hour of ] schedule time. mttm: ui;M:>mt.A>t !?: i TO Mill's OK TOLHISTS I Among tlio liners were almost i*il ! the ocean greyhounds that ordinarily; carry America's millionaires on their! annual pilgrimages to Europe. Hut , they resembled not at all the ships | that tourists know. All of tlieni were j painted a war gray, from f...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

r~ SThptof^-lijspotrh SIXTY-FOURTH YBAIt jADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS 1FIED ADVERTISING. IELEPHONE VOUU WANTS TO THIS TIMUB-D1SPATCH tAIVDOLPD 1 1 IIANDOLPD WANT AJ>. llATES. on* cent a word when paid in ad No ad t ait en for leia tban 10 ointa. U>DAT, on? anil one-h*lf centa a word for . Kit classified ada. asccpl Situations Wanted < at ona oant a word. No ad takan for laaa ? than 16 ocota. [SO ADS taken for loia tban Si cacta wn?n cliuna or pbonad In. Phopad ordara not guaranteed, f'laaalflcatlona Hot vuarantaad *!tfr !?:*) V M. I IXJHT AND FOUND .OST, from Half Sink Farm. on Tele graph Road, small Poll black and, vlilto cow. Reward for any informs-' ion loading to recovery. A. 10. Shop-: jiard. Glen Allen, Va. .OST. on road between Petersburg and Richmond early Thursday morning. ! Cadllac rims "with tires attached, ?"indor please notify J. \V. Phillips, 32 iycamoro Street, Petersburg. .OST, Saturday morning. Pox Tcrrloer; i brown spots, one oyc out....

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

UOAKDEKS WANTED. LARGE alcove room, one smaller: flrst ?clay* board. 1006 l'ark Avenue. 1 room and board for .vouuk lady. also table board. 510 South Third Street. V'ANTi;r?, 1! gentlemen boarder**, loca tion. West End: hot-water heat and nil modern conveniences: price reason able. For particulars. phone Madison ?100-J. WANTED, refined couple to occupy front room, with board and homo comfort?. In private family of throe; terms very reasonable: suburb, North Richmond. Address 1\ 140, care Timcs Dlspatch. ________ NICELY furnished rooms, with board: ' very desirable: references required. Rhone Randolph 3357-J. HOARDERS wanted for' 2 bright con necting rooms, with bath; private family: good home faro. Rhone Mml ison< 41R7-J. WANTEP. oc<'upan?^for 2 bright com fortably furnished rooms w ith board. 310 West" Grace. j 11EATED rooms for gentlemen; board if desired. TOO East T-.**iI*. iTOARPkRS wan led for nice bright rooms; also few table boarders. '< West Main Street. j_ WANTED, ...

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. — 15 November 1914

Confederate Colum n? Genealogical Data?TtmeS' Dispatch Children's Club Sirijmoult 0utue^PiS|mtcl) YEAR RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS The New Winter Coats Gowns and^ Sleeping Garments Wc Sell More Readj-to-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Other Richmond Store. For Women Ladles' Double-Faced Outing Gowns, In colore 1 striped effects and high neck, for ir?c. Extra Size, for 09c. Extra heavy doublo faced Outing Flannel Gowns, In white and colored striped ef fects; regular and extra sizes; worth $1.00 and $1.20, for 85c. Children's Sleeping Garments, made and Children with fpet, from double-faced Outing Flan nel; size? 2 to 6 years, for 25c. Extra Heavy Double-Faced Outing Flannel Sleeping Gowns; 2 to 6 years, for 50c. Dr. Denton's Slteeplng Garments; 1 to 6 years, for boy or girl, 55c to $1.00, ac cording to size. Children's Double-Faced Outing Flannel Gowns, in white or colors, with or without collar*; size 2 to 14 years, for 45c. BROAD AND FIFTH STS Where T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

RICHMOND UMIU INNOUNCES ITS DOTES Debutantes to Make First . Formal How to Society on l>e- , ccinbcr I i. IllULMANT WK!>l>IXCi YESTHHD \Y | Miss Kntherlne ltussell Prentiss lie comes llride of Hal Ijnvr Threjul craft?Many Charity Events Are 1 Announced?Some Knsafrements. The j >111 us of tin* 1 Moh mo ml German Club and the dates for the various gernians to be given by the dub dur ing tlio season are always of the jrreat est interest In the social world here. The "Mondays" are the most exclusive society functions of the social year and Invitations to their balls and en tertainments are greatly coveted. The invitations, without which no girl may attend the dances, 110 matter how many beaux have. besought her hand, are to be Issued shortly, and the board of gov ernors has already met and decided upon th<> place for the dances to he held. This season the germans will bo danced in the ballroom of the JelYer son Hotel, and Colonel Jo Lano -Stern will load, as usual. All...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

Member of Went r?lnl.8 Set Wed, 8.vr?c?sc in llaJtlmore. AN \ EWAObS" ANNOUXCUD u'kst apO?N,T,,eV'T'rn v>"DiKpatc,i-J JWIs.s Mabel Jtohorts {.?. wmht'r U.? of James H. .Ione? ?i uame the bride tills week. Miv? it i Syracuse, N Y Panicd t? Ha/tiM.or, V'ts V'as acconi *'**?? John k,1"L ,b>;, her sinter. Stone. leaving \v0?? ?. S"''1"1" Thorn ?'??>' eveninir f?, ii I "lut on Tiiph. when peop|(. Wf M.i ? '*a'tlmore boat imCl'n*r that c ? "ot ??; '"U ho nt-ir ??,!, ? ''Oils were rlnir. daughter of mV a,,,. m"c br,,Ie '? n of Went Point ' ? T- "ob Kon of ai,-. and Virl' vt?h.P "room l? a or ^,yra,5l,?o. .V. V "in. /A K- Jones, i tlie LTnltoe) si'ltim n an employe 'Iceio Survey, an,1 hL ???"Kt a"fl Clei "Oil* in Alasic.i 11? "pent two sea n'cal training at'?h?T;?Y'd, h,w technic- Iimtltijte ti ..J ot"(?am X'oly " IJiitllinoro privitiiv ? f.? m"rried n V>? ,,\orn" of 'tpv II \i uMnw',uy Aft.r ? |rir? of .1 W hnrton, ?Mr. and MJones will i e uoeka. '? Washington Ii <? ,!.?! [L...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

CUB PROGRAM MURE VP FROM INDIAN LEGENDS <t 6f Rod Men Contribute lo tiellglifful Evening of Emporia Organization. IMPROVEMENT LEAtilK >1EETS Advantage of Employing Community 3furs? IS Discussed, and Appeal Is Made for Aid to Suffering Belgians. Laymen's League Organized. 15MFORTA, VA? November 11. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tillar were among the visitors to Richmond this wet}k. Mr5. W. K. Deal anil .Mrs. W. C". "Weaver arc In Baltimore. Mrs. Randolph Barksdale. of Peters burg; addressed the Woman's Auxil iary of Christ Church on Tuesday af ternoon. Miss Laura Bnggs was hostess at an entertainment given tin- I look Club on Friday evoning. .Miss I '.rig.us was as sisted In receiving by little .Misses Kan nlo'Robinson and Janie 1'otter, dressed in the pioturcsquo eOstumfi of Indian girls. A program Oil Indian myths and legends was followed by a progressive contest on the history of the North American Indian. The prizes were won by Mrs. J. It. Bailey and Mrs. \\\ \V. Robertson. Refreshmen...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

WEDDING IT GREENSBORO' IS SOCIKL EVENT OF WEEK: y | Brilliant Ceremony Marks MatTiagc of Miss Frtnille Hat-ringer to John j Waltltop, of S'Orfolk. SMITH - MAltTIX ENGAGEMENT j .Nuptials of Popular Young Couple >VIII He Celebrated on November - I?Children of City Are Enter (atneil at Country Club. ? I iSpoelal to The Times- Dispatch.J (illlOKN.SlJOrtO. Xovotnbui* 11.-?The ? .?:'! lai-'o of MIsm Fniinle l?-jt rlnycr to W'thlrop, u{ NoVfolh, Va.. was III.- uoclal event of the wook. Thin tool; place 011 Wfcdnfcsu'ay tVoulnif at T o'clock, hi the First I'rtsbytfiflaii ''huriih, llcV. Melton Clark belnn the ?/Ifh'latiiiK minister. The artistically ? iueoriited church wa.s cfowdort for the cMliiff. A brilliant reception followed the ceremony at tlie holnc of 1110 hrido'n j I urents. Colondl and Mrs. J. A. ! linger. 011 Anhe Ktrcai. Tho bridt: in <j!i?! of the city's* most popular younv women, and has been frequently ontor- ! tallied since her eii?n*?miriii was i.ounfftri. After a wed...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

UNCLE SUM HIS SHARE OF SOOTH CHILE'S WE His Business Is Growing Rapidly Since War Has Cut Off Euro pean Markets. .GREAT PORT OF COXCEPCION Strange Experiences in an Earth quake City?Openings for Ameri can Lumber aiul Coal?A Look at Ijota Mines, Under the Ocean. Conception. OWING to the war ami the in creased demands for United States goods. the port of Coti cepcion wIM soon l>o as well known to our business men as Valparaiso is now. Concepclon Ih '.ho metropolis of southern Chile, ami the outlet to the best farming part of the country. It has railroads going north and "south throuRh the ereat central valley, and extensions are proposed which will oross the Andes and Argentina to Bue nos Aires. It already takes a larcro part of our American exports ami farm machinery and tool* of all kinds from the United States are for sale in its stores. No* far from it are the groat coal mines of Lota, and within a short street car ride is Talcahunno. the cllef naval station of the republic. Co...

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. — 15 November 1914

PAINTER OF WAH PICTDDES M'lTH FINCH MINI i Completion of Confederate Memorial Institute Mny' De Greatly i Delayed. Ol'EN DURING NEXT REUNION ? Confederate Veterans Who Come Here in May Will Inspect Great Battle Abbey, Though Not Fully Ready for Public Use. War with Its far-reaching arm has stayed the completion of tho great work of art designer] l>y tho people of tho now South to commumorate tho deeds of thoir fathers, who fought four long years for tho "Lost Cause " While Charles Hoffbauor, the noted French pulnter, Is lighting .under the trl-color, the final stages of tho work jon the Confederate Memorial Institute?bet ter known as tho Uattln Abbey?can not be completed, and the handsome building remains closod to tho public. In the Confederate Memorial Insti tute. Richmond will have another at traction which will not only be the pride of its citizens, but will be tho Mecca of thousands of visitor?, from both the North and tho South. The building has beep fully completed, and th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

U?wn bjr Marie li. AVillinina. DfRTin hj- \xuml AYilllnnin. Drawn by Haeel Lmill. Drkvr* lij Ximrt OuKKCRii. *< '* - IA Draws h.v Suinn'l I.. l.arlhrtuM. V Drann lijr Irrnr RolitrtmMi. Interesting l.fllfr, . Denr l-Mllor.?Thank vou so mtlch for r.'V- ; i:ip my heading ;v ylm-c on the Phrc. We j 1 hud some nice .-Uorlos this week, rikI the | poem. "Tho Ocmn." by lren?> Robertson. j v.-.i'" .vp'.emild. J would hovo sent the i?c?:oi\a I>art of my :?tt?ry before, but inl;?*ed tlic i'age for three weeku. so f am ncmilnc i". | now, and hope row t\ It 1 'irint it. I am ro I glad you enjoyed yourself on your vacation, j ) ain or.e of thoec who love the ecu nml j tho ship:-. hut. to be frnnl:. 1 have nevor i ?seen hi!l that I can remember. 1 went to u hall patno on the 5th, but the other I x?-r:h tii'l not cojne. so the gaino win called I off. Are any of the monitor* reading the j storie* about "Bunicn lioo" lr. the Pciirson';> , magazine? "Hung* Don" la the m?>t adorn- | b!e ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

LADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "LuciJe" of London, and fore most creator of fashion* in the world, writes each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and bes* iv styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. 4 By LADY DUFF-GORDON ("LUOILE") UST what to toll you to wear this week 1 can hardly make up my inind?in this mixed weather. I think possibly for an afternoon the }lttle grey duvetyn trimmed with deeper grey fur -answers the purpose as well as any. It really Is charm ing witn Its little short coat an'1 silver lace underdrcss with a largo muff and a small hat to match. Any New York "Bud" should feel that her American designed dress was the last thing, in fact?to use a piece of slang I heard in the theatro the other night?"Paris has nothing on her." For this dress was designed In America for Americans?as I expect to design many more. And. oh, yes, the new "neck muffB"...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

tOducational Standard*. SUFFRAGE FAIH THIS WUKIv Autographed Copies of Hiclitnond Authors' Hooks Will He Special Feature?Other Meetings of In terest to Women. While there l? an effort being made among: many women's organizations to raise the standard for education, voca tional and otherwise. no single body of women li.is done more to reach the fundamental.' than the Federation of Mothers" Clubs ami Parent Teai'liors' Associations of Richmond and'Vlrglnla. These women lire the "public school mothers." They meet ill the school:,, and s;et Into close touch with the av erage mother. Mrc. W. A: Burrow*, the president, says the groat difficulty is to get women to see thv advantage of organization. Their interest mav bo arcjused iti# th" school that is at tended by their own John or Mary, but not in the school ten blocks away. One of the practical things that is being done this week in the eitv is a series of oyster suppers held by the federation for the purpose of raising .a fund to help ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

SECTION Comics in Colors, containing Best Work or tho World's Greatest Humorists li^pafrh - - ilgrfil I III tyf ?-:???,v-in. Copyrighted. lill. Jiy the Stir Comtmny. Grcftt.Britain HlRhld Rcerratf. , .'W.-'/W/j? ^dots ntRTicKuir 'fflll l>OOK, DOU-tjASTEtt PATIENT Br AST. LOOK AT MR CiKAIEfULtttSS IN HtRfflM-DOOZlTD teJH $ B1TTIK PUT HIM back! 1 IN DLR ice BOX UNI) I TAKE DER VINNf.R! ;J A LOOK OUT, CAR) ? YF. BETTER }i Hadn't erf A iJJRTER1^ 4 mt // DIS BOY GOT ? ONLY VUN CLAW. FRIT2. I<5UfS5f HE HAD A fl&HT! AXE, ATE, CAPTAIN! P^w^AHJOYSHOrf MANY TIMES B /X /-f\ HAF I SAID it DOT KINDNESS % ?/Mfr, Mil ANIMALS |SS BITTER AS A yi>yys A MULT! DUDE UP rCAST l)tR BREAD ON DtK]; WATER UND, flOD'GAST IT, DtKV. SHIP CONES IM UWD-UNB- 50 IS5 IT. SHWR MYJIMBtRS If v \T DON'Xh- j3$&7777(> I'LL QiimTyi /urfi Rflppnu?i L/f iss mi@Z CAPTAIN AM SlNaiNGJjm1 - rim nitkules dere iss V DER GOLDEH Rule DOT if AT FIRST f'\ ITAIN'D SUCCESS, CHUST DtRSMAt fA IT MASS A 5ILFER LINING! H...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

stand up: HF DOWN ! DO SOMETH1M JIMMY Takes Good Care of Baby Just About Five Minutes. Copyrighted. I<H?, by ih* Star Co-ui??ny <ir*a! Drltaia IMgbU Unserved. Vovj MAY Go DOWKJ AND SS.G TV-It CIRCUS COM?- AND TA\<? iSA^T ALQN'^ EOT Bg SUR?_ AMD K.C.EP HIS Ot-OT\-4E.^? CL^AM"' ? HULLO 01M. I GOTfA I NEW TRICK DOG. , HE KIN S?T UP AM \ 8EG OR ANYTHING!"/ OOH LOOK G-OIN INTA p' TF-NT! " You JUST WATCH WIS TRtCK POG1" Yes maiv\w\a 1 YUH HOMELY MUTT WHUPUA YUH MEAM , BY NOT MiNO\N' MEL? Sure WATCH HEY! h EYl H EYI look!look: look GEE i BET THEY'VE . SMEAKED 1NTA D'-SHOW'V v*v v\\v.^ ill te ac h you to j leave that baby ' alone v/mf-k us gents 15 cau.ep away!") -1 w! vuv-l tim ought yud put o-h?.; cvgr on m?..bjew Yuh v^va/ell.Yuh prph'tjj, HEY You b ics four. legged load o'coal1 / gimme x>at dorg- \ er. tu_ bust yuh \ r\g^ht qn Your k/osej wheres'^fi- J \ it ishpy y hey! look mes sittiim' up! sninnejqj&u- if

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

PLEA'jt. TAtCt \ lctte.R ( J)EAR COUS\Ki X. \ H0W5?okI UOTT j I am PKCTATIMG ITMISTo O ME of / ; The most ry \ BEAUT iTL)L-\ ICriRLb I wave) \ ^V?R_smi.r i He Becomes Acquainted with an Ostrich And Her Name Is Myrtle. Co;ij-tlc\tp4. tM?. h? the S .ar Company nrt*'. OrltV.n flight* nwewrrert Mrrrsff KiKO it 5 RiptcULoU^ Tor) sYcU To PRWE ARoUNJ? 0EHlKip\ A that OX ? You ought to ha\-& ) ( 3on*-?TH?^& With moryl 5PEEP.; ' Jh I'll TRAlM oHF. of THOSE; r (OSTRiLWES 50 You c Ar-4 j ^ ' ^,DRWt IT./" ? ?^ ?-X 7TH?RE|V<mty. HO\k/5> I hat 1- C_ 7 vJ\JMP|M A^P TAKETHE. AKj> 5>f.e now yoo'uu G-fcTy"^ over The grodhD. <; VH r,Pv NAM E t^_MV RT LE; -/ Go aheap. I'm VN5LLIMG 5omE 5PEEP/ ^ EhjVCirACyV/ ( L90VC OUT, VC\KC-rf) 1 55 HE6* C*OT A|X4 n v Av/puu "TfeMptR* j Mtr.^roe X That, mv^tlc*. careful KiMG n r?^N-r c,e.t -^HER MAp' J KOW, MYRJTltE^) ftyTz. A GOOP (MYRTue:,' ' I'LL $hO\v Vbvj) 3Ptcpr: r pr* HAVE A MfcART Poor FtUov>: You ought t"To c?wt. ntm \ 5?MtTHlHO/' S...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

People Who Do Not Notice Snookum Aren't Worth Bothering About. Co|?)rigbU'<l. 1911. by the Slur Company Great nrltain icijrlitn r<*s*rv*d. HERE'S MR.ANDNtRS NEWLY WED .come TO SEE. LITTLE <? O^WALD?*w. ) AWFULLY <iLAD YOU <CANE - I SUSPECTED YOU'D R>E ON that trmn: SEE LADY UTTLa OSWALD'. ISN'T IT! sorely she. saw Him: dovet- r^RS SMITH WANTS US TO call AND SEE THE JONE3SBADY- NIRS JONES IS SPENDING "the WEEK END AT the SMITHS. r STRANCE ^>HE HASN'T noticed SNOOKUMS' SURE well<CO and TAKtE snookums thev'LL ALL <0 CRAZY ACbOUT SNooKur'is: simknm ISN'T Me SWEET C RACIOOS this is terr\p>le HASN'T oswald cot the most BEAUTIFUL EITES TOU ? . ever saw \U >N A child *>-A the CJARHHC, PUT H\N\ DOWN .SO r^RS.NEWLY WED CRN SEE HIM EbETTER LOOK -look; * MR NEWLY WED SEE OSWALD ) 1*0 WALK \ IS ' don'T LET OSWALD 4ET fatigued he. wants TO WALK SAY ' I300 FOR the lady.OSWAL! ISN'T he CuHNinq: J well ? JUST LOOK at snookoms WAlvc YOU * > HAVENT NOTICED snook ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 15 November 1914

SECTION SECTION ? Magazine Features by famous Artists and Authors. Illustrated In Colors New Discoveries?Things not Fouxitl in Book*?Oddl* ticc from all, over the World Miss Moxon Seen in Profile. CRUEL disappointment has befallen many Bng llsb women, and especially one of them, MIbb Cyllone Moxon, the handsome London actresB. Immediately before the war broke out plan$ had been made to bold a gTeat international beauty show. A number of high authorities. Including several distinguished artists, had declared that Miss Moxon was\ the most beautiful woman they had ever seen, and that she was sure to win tbe great international prize Now, of course, the outbreak of -tbe great conflict makes such a competition out of the question It would (be considered high treason foi' any artist to consider the charms of a woman from a hostile country Tbe disappointment for Miss Moxon is tremendous. To any woman It would be very delightful to bo selected by a jury of experts as tbe most beautiful woma...

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