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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

SOCIAL CALENDAR WILL CENTRE ABOUT CHRISTMAS , Many Girls nnd Hoys CominR Homo From Schools and Colleges. GOVERNOR IS GOING NORTH Will Spend Holidays With Mrs. Stuart in Massachusetts?Executive Mansion to He Opened in January. Receptions at Clubs. The entire social calendar for this week will centre about the celebration of Christmas Pay. Girls and hoys have come trooping homo from schools antl colleges all over tho State ami country to spend the holidays with their parents and relatives here, and most of the entertaining planned for this week is to he in honor of the younRer society set. Nearly every one In the fashionable district keeps open house on Christmas Day. and a stream of callers will go from one hospitable home to another, paying holiday calls, noth in the morning and afternoon of that date. There will be family dlnIngs and buffet luncheons, and several liig stag parties of note. The clubs will also l<e< p open house, and many visitors will be entert...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

pi? OLD-TJNIE / CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL Winchester People Tnke Night Off From Supper and Dinner Parties. 'ROCEEDS GO TO BELGIANS )eliglitful Social Entertainment at Fort Loudoun Seminary?Enjoyuble Kecital Given?Muny People Returning to Town for^ Holidays. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlaptttch.] WINC1IESTKM. VA.. December 1?.~ Many )f the society people took a night oft from lumper and dinner parties and small dances in Tuesday evening and Joined with others n helpInK to keep tho wolves away from the lielglnna by attending old-tlmo Christmas ree festival, which was held at Fort Bouloun Seminary. A recital was al?o given. Ilefreshmenta and souvenirs were sold, all for the benefit of the unfortunates over the ?ea. MIhs Mollis Crelgliton Tabb has returned from a delightful stay of several weeks at Old I'olnt Comfort. Va. Miss Huttte Itussoll has returned from a visit to frlrnds In Maryland. Mrs. Bryan Harmon has returned to her home, near Harrisonburg. Va.. after visiting her sister. Mrs. H. Clay ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

DELIGHTFUL MEETING OF MD DOZEN CLUB Airs. John A. Howard Kntertains Members and Number of Invited Guests. PROGRAM IS ENTERTAINING 'Several Interesting Papers Read and Delirious Course of Refreshments Served?llnzaar for Renefit of Odd Fellows' Orphanage. ISpeciat to The Times-Dispatch.1 I'l'I.ASKI, VA , December 19.?The Hound Dozen Club held one of the most delightful meetings of this season on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John A. Howard as the entertaining hostess. There were few absentees from the membership roll, while the hostess invited u number of friends to meet with the club. Koli call rcrponses were prompted bv "Anecdotes of Great Englishmen of the Sixteenth Century." Miss Oglesbv gave an entertaining reading, of the delightful poem entitled "Ann Hathaway,' which was a feature of j the meeting not included on the program. The subject for a most entertaining paper by Miss Alma Wilkinson was "Abstract. Kenilworth or West- ( ward Ho!" "Elizabethan Culture" ; formed the topic f...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

llfTO ATTEND WEDDING / NIECE III BALTIMORE *. J. \V. Marshall Will Mo Present Nuptials of MIrm Thruston and ?" Dr. James Miller Leake. KVENT OF WIDK INTEHKST t Point Masons Hold Meeting and ilect oniccrs for Ensuing Year, anquet Held and Speeches Made, "hrlstmas Visitors Coming. Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] VEiST POINT, VA? Docomber 13.? s. J \V. Marshall loft on Wednesday Baltimore, whero sho will attend ; marrlago of her niece. Miss Elizah Klllcott Thruston, to Dr. Jauit'H ler Lenko. The mnrrlaRC will take ce In the bride's home on December Miss Thruston Ih well known here. Ing visited her aunt. Jlrn. J. W. r.shaU. both as u child and as a unir woman, often. Slu- Is a daughof I.ucy Mcncham Thruston. the thoress. Her father, Julius Thrus- . was born and reared in King and een. while Middlesex County claims s. Thruston as one of it.s daughters, nes Miller Leake is also a Virginian, m Ashland, distinguishing himself re In educational ami social circles, st year he took the Ph. L&a...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

WHITE IS ANTICIPATING NOTABLE CELEBRATION (Jrcaf Croud Is Expected at New Greenbrier for Festivities on New Year's Kve. TIIHON<; ALREADY GATHERING Winter at Famous Resort Has Not Put End to Tennis, Golf, Horseback Hiding, Mountain Climbing and Other Outdoor Spirts. TSpecial to Tho Times-Dispatch.] WHITE SiriiPHUR SPRINGS. W. VA.. December 1!?.?The second annual New Year's Eve celebration promises to be the* biggest event of the winter season ut tho New Greenbrier, an<l for the past ten days reservations have been coming in from New York, Philadelphia. Killtimore, Washington, Pittsburgh, ns well us Hiehtnond, Charlottesville, Charleston. Wheeling and other cities in Virginia and West Virginia. for accommodations and tables for dinner and supper parties. The Governor-elect mid Mrs. Charles S. Whit man, of New York, who spent the Thanksgiving holidays here, are returning1 on Thursday next for the holidays, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegle. who were hero last Chris...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

AWRENCEVILLE nclal to The Tlmea-Dlepatoh-] ? jNCEVIULE, VA., December 1?.prdette Lewis entertained the card her home, on Windsor Avenue, en day afternoon from 2:30 to 6 o'clock. . pJaylnjf were: Mrs. Marie Heartwell, w. H. Lewis. Mr*. J. D. Markley. Mrs. en Owen. Mrs. (trace Mallory. Mlsa lino Bayloy, Mra. Mullory Turnbull, Mrg. er Turnbull. Mrs. Nat Turnbull. Mrs. IS. umbull, Jr., Mrs. \V. \V. Meredith, ee Llr.xle and Mary Drewry Turnbull. y. W. Duret and Mri. W. E. Starke. prlz? wu won by Mrs. E. K. TurnItney Durle. of Richmond, spent eevdays with his mother. Mrs. John Durle, week at her home, on Church Street, ?s Mury T. Turnbull hus nccopled a postto teach In Russoll County, and will o ooon to assume her duties. hop A. M. Randolph preached and adIstered the rite of confirmation to a of seven In St. Andrew's Episcopal rch tiunday morning. At night he iched and conllrinea a class at St. I's Church. H. Llron and family have moved from Tencovlllo to "Kllerwlle," the country e of Mr....

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

lULIIIf TERRITORt Count*-/ Is as Big as State of Missouri, and Hns Millions of * Sheep. FAHMS OF TKBKRA DEL FUEGO Shearing Sheep at 4 Cents a Head. Something About the Indians?At Southern End of Hemisphere. Savages Who Go Naked in Snow. BY FRANK Ci. CAIU'ENTBR. Vnl<llvia. The Chilean government has new plans for colonizing and developing the Territory of the Magellans. It has rold at auction several million acres and has leased large tracts for cattlo breeding and sheep raising. It Is putting in public Improvements at Punta Arenas, the capital of the straits, and elsewhere; and there are now something like 1,000 miles of road in the territory. Some lands have been given over to two private colonization companies, and special inducements are offered to native Chileans who will go there to settle. The Territory of the Magellans Is one of the least known parts of South America. It consists of the southern end of the range of the Andes. Including a long strip of country that ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

mil MliSLIE TELLS MIT CITY PLUMS IS itltnefl Views as to Bringing All Pnbltc Improvements Into One System. 'OUliD SAVE IMMENSE SUM akes for Future Comfort, Health, Happiness and Prosperity of Whole Community to Work Toward Certain Definite Ends. 1 BY GBOROB AIN8LIE, Mayor of Richmond. City planning Ib moraly tho science ' designing cities. It 1b good sense] id forethought applied to tho build-1 g of cltloH. It Ib the most practical' nd of practical buBlneus sense applied f pooplo who have love enough for i ielr city to want it to be lovely, faith I lough In It to believe In its future, id pride enough in It to want to hand down to their children In better contlon than that(ln which they .received from their fathers. Tho best method of getting this linortant forward step Is by tho sproad f sound Ideas for tho formation of an ? lightened public opinion, which will I ?ok and act upon the advice of those ho by special training, education and sperlence aro competent to adviBe, and ot bo ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

bj Helen Simon*. I f i i it llrnwn hj Dorotliy Word. Ur??n liv lli-nry I'olkru. Urim n l?j .lot* l-'olkcs. Drawn li? Orplui IIlie. Driitin l?j Dorollij \\ nllrr. VOTING FOR PRIZE-WINNER Hoar Editor.?The content page ?'a? very good. The story l>v Mis* Itmliol Kermun und the heading by Curlt? Klder were botli Just splendid. but t think Curtis" Klder deserves the prize. as his drawing was* a very hard one to iio Many th.nks for printing the drawing 1 sent In. With h?t> of wishes t*> the winner. I wll close. Your loving member. NELLIE W'AliKKII 101 Otey Avenue. Bedford. Va. Dear Editor. While each an<l every story that ap|iear?d on the contest page Is W'ell worthv of mention, ami likewise the drawInK. I* intike ni' hesltuthin In naming Curtis Kliler, -is the wlntiei of the prl*c. Ills artistic heading won my admiration front the very ilrst moment I gazed upon It. ami 1 really think In- Is mure than deserving of it t the prize). I consider Miss...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

A "Pork PieHat of Velvet, with Three Fanst Feathers. Its Smartness Is Heightened by the "Noth-ing-to-It" Nose Veil, the Tiny Cheek Carls and the Checkered Collar of Ermine and Seal. LADY DUFF-GORDON. the famous "Lucile" 9f London. and foremost creator of fashions in the woild, writes each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and best in styles for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Pans establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. VERY woman ought to real, lie how little the mere putting on of clothes haa to do with being what we term "well dressed." Painstaking care ol the hair, the hands and the feet, the correct choice of gloves, shoes, umbrellas and Jewelry?all these demand far more time and thought than the donning of a dress and hat, and are quite as important I have alwayB preached Individuality In clothes, but this does not mean that once having found a suitable style you must cling to It to the exclusion of...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

RICHMOND MEN WIT MODERN JUVENILE COURT Xeed Trunin School, Probation lloim> and Industrial Course of Kducutioii. SCKX KS IX CHILD'S COl'RT Pathetic Cases Hoard First-Hand as They A wait Justice Crutchfleld's , Decision?Xo Place at Present to Send First Offenders. Why Richmond women want a Juven- i lb* Court: tln-re are many reasons, of course. hut primarily because Rich- j mond woimii, in common with their! sisters the world over. arc potentially ' mothers. A mother differs from the I l:iw tn tlint she not only is interested | In the child to know whether or not ' lit' is n*illt>. but rather how he can be j improved ."In- corrects, not for tiie sake of dealing punishment, hut to I straighten ill twig. (That is also the ] aim of the perfected Juvenile Court. Richmond i? ?!??it?a splendid work I in the situation In which it finds itself I in dealing with its children, but there is much to !>. d- sired. :'.s every Juvenile Court and probation worker in ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

HELLO! iss dot Der Ravlroad BREtzcdemt ? -Diss iss rwi DER CAPTAIN? - CHAS^! - ^ MY UNKLE VOT ISS A r^T Friend \jf der kink ) / UP* TA/EDE.M - ? ? 00'. look at DER lnttle samples: , Go EA<SY N0\AJ: 1 ;ea<?JipKs >?D /M ' - ' - 'M:-> t.;s't;.>?v OUID MIT YOU.dod GAST it* i VISH to 'phone to der president UF der RMLROfsD for t\ PRIVATE CAR UND MtT ' YOU ^ROUMD IT a(NT POSS?- J BETELl / M(>\; g vnam.Vovj OLD MILLIONAIRE.: . _ y tisaiS. PART FIVE Comics in colors, contain* i n k Host Work of tho World's llcst Humorists fttdjnton) Hme^Pi^patdf Clever "Funny ' Pictures that Appeal Irresistibly to Every Member of the Family PART FIVE COMIC SECTION / ?Richmond, Wj. December 20, 1914 dot BIG VON 155 VfiND UFWISCIOUS! BETTER TAKE V/OM UF DER r UTTL.E fellers'. / SHiP ahoy ?. h i(^ ve'LL take "der BIG von 1 -der yl. ) \M15CI0USER OER A V better I jr-T^< mmm ?$sm "T^ke. dot god GabT Your i binnacle'. dot's for ALLIGATOR...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

Papa Prepares a Grand Christmas Surprise for the Family. J ? ' , ' , , Coj?jrrtftit?a. 1914. by th? Bur Comi^nr. 0?*l Britain BtihU RM*mN. PSVT- PlNKEY Co:aE over Lf HERE AWAY \ FROM ThEI EkWS. \ WANT -ro Ttll-U You SO^ETHiMG hey! mister. Thompson. LOQKUT ME HEV/JDoC.GAINT HE A BEAur?' ^ oooh BY JOME.piking that's fine! plKKEY. I DONT" THtUK RE ought to have that Done in his MOUW- REINDEER. don't gat aoNas/ thats SO .PiNKEY go to the HOUSE. j f\KD "lAvce off THE j em OS of TfiE "DE.ER.-KORK HAT RACK." gosh I mr THOMPSON. HE DON't t-00\<. Right NAIITHOUT HOKMS !' hows THAT IMR.THOMPSOM * l\Vv i he's KlNtJA stucv<. on BONE 3 \ - i think i lu take: it AWAsV FROfv\ |F YOU LISTEN to WE MR THOMPSON .YOU 'LL LET HIM \<ee? it. HE's awful F&ND D' GCMES Gee.Pat^ NAiON't "do no cioo"d "OEM'S soft BOO\s!>-w Yuh wouldmt listen to me AN' now/ see , vyots happenin ?EsraCTansess W H ? Ay : OW 1 (( M74LK ? ?? - |\\ C.^?AV hs> ? 2?\Z&...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

Whiskers Were Whiskers to Him, Whether They Came Off or Not vv/vv" CopyrUtit'd. t?l?. tty 8u?r Company Orrat nVtmto rlxht* oh'. sa?^ta clau'h-will vou TELL. ^nookom ro ^ where THE. ~>??>. tox?> Axr?g? oh : sir -vt^ so sorry -?l krsow the child dlont MEAN any harm i 'omookunl'b is coinc bye bye with paipa 1 OH. that'5 all rkht 1 it only scratched my ear a little! tb WELL co in all the. vfgwe'b see the: r? toys.' ) for v ? <;ooors e.vs sa.ke - who is tihgoku^s^ 1/sQc# > / V I'd better <iet home with him before WE. 'oee any more ttearos craclgob! here's another che'. i wish i wa*3 home: hully <eej. ols sure l*b christmas _?. time! here is a dollar for cao^mc you so much ik troubled nix. '"WITT ii>ar>y and i : 1 WERE out i a&L at i ?e To^ - oh1, (bafry darling that l<b not a \ 5msta 9 clao'b' i I'M cil i you cax.e l back bo > ' CiU\cl<LY-UNCLE ....

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

HAPPY HOOLIGAN He's Getting Nearer and Nearer to His Darling Suzanne. Copyrighted. 1914. by the Star Company. Great fir 1 tain nights Reserved. gemts i gvvr you% my woip \ i didn't 4 Po it ok) ipoipoye*> i brvgahd? j You shauu pay forthi^i! .' i oil gmt to ("feep You / > To The i 1 i'll pulverm")j:et kt\ | m|m> AT m cook^ |wwontyou$e^ msave me1: nffl tnliv, >ahg^r.ods ' ,'throw) /hstav, i (Him out) criminal'. ./ s el PUT utj iro-rwe mo up! (cttuao > HIM c ^oywc^aol WTW^ mmakfc wtm the i speck? p 'mow ont s w^okg> hove.*? i anip i'ul make lu06r o? you'.r jul') hx him? mviatiifhovty ) 6ut i'll /, i 5oitsjlv \ i?:sw

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

Ma^uzinf) Feature l?> Famous Artists and Author*, illustrated in ('olors Now Dl-scc -cries?Things not Found in .'tooks?Oddities from all over the World Copyright, 1914, by ttn ; Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reterveo. {* archlvea of 0 ?3i Oxford Dillteaad^j verslty la one of the most precious volumes in the English language. It haa only been found again lately, and the modern Englishman may see what the Englishman of ten centuries ago saw and believed It 1b nothing less than one of the oldest manuscripts of Caedmon's version of the Bible and tbe very first one with illustrations. How strange tbeao pictures are to ub! Yet how wonderful they must bavo seemed to the Britleher of the ninth or tenth century, to whom the Bible wes a new revelation! We are apt to think that the Bible wag not known in English until the time of Wicliffe and the other translators who preceded the Authorized, or King James, version of 1611, but Huch is very far from having been the case. The ea...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

New ThinAJ" Every\XfomanOu^ht to Know : YOU MIGHT TRYAn Odd Use for Coffee Grounds. NEEDLES and pins will never rust if kept in r. cushion filled with coffee grrunds. Rinse the grounds in cold water, spread on a sheet of paper to dry thoroughly, and then stuff the cushion. Making Dustless Dusters. WRING out pieces of cheesecloth in hot water and saturate with crudc oi' Auothor way of making a dustless duster is to saturate the rhrcsedoth with kerosene oil and hang it in the sunlight to dry. To Wash White Silk. ADD a tablespoouful of ammonia to every two quarts of warm water. Don't use soap. Dip garment up and down, and when It looks clean placc in clean water, rinse and iron before dry. More Comfortable Shoes. PASTE a round piece of black velvet inside your low-cut shoes when they begin to stretch, and you will net be bothered with them slipping up aud down. A To Prevent Cheese Moulding. GOOD way to prevent choe.se from moulding is to wrap it in a cloth wrung out in vinegar and then...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

The Cruel Disappointments of Mrs. Albert Gallatin Wheeler, Jr., Which Led Her Down from the Position of Pampered Bride of Riches to Unloved Poverty in a Former Servant's Home iy MRS. ALBERT GALLATIN WHEELER, Jr. ^ IRLS, dont! I _ Or If you do, be as businesslike * with your multi-millionaire before marriage as he is sure to be afterwrad. Secure a settlement as soon as you secure hie proposal. Life in marble halls is not always a rosy dream. It is more likely to develop into a nightmare of blood red or ink colored hues. 1 will tell you later on of a marble house that came near crushing every drop of blood out of my heart by its weight. A multi-millionaire may be a builder in business, but he may also be a destroyer In his home. By marrying a multi-million-aire I ruined my career, destroyed my health and happiness and my prospects of either Buccess or happiness. The multi-millionaire is often a faddist. His wife is apt to be his fad, and to pass from sight and memory, as fads do, when...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

v T How England, for More Than 100 Yearsy Has Been Thrown Into Occasional Spasms of Terror by Suggested Plans of Conquest a T the present moment a large part of t !-' population of Eng- ^ land is in n stnto of acute alarm over the possibility of a German invasion o? the island. The form in which the invasion is feared varies from the possible Zeppelin raid to tho nio?t fantastic schemes. The English newspapers are tilled with cartoons intended to suggest the fantastic character of a wholesale German invasion, but the preparations made show that the English take the danger very seriously. One picture shows (tie German army marching under the sea to England in divers' suits. This consolingly suggests to Englishmen the difficulty of reaching tlieir island and at the same time acknowledges that the Germans are a people who take an enormous amount of trouble. Ever since tho Napoleonic wars the English have been in times of excitement accustomed to discuss the possibility of invading thei...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 December 1914

By Sir W. Willocks, K.C.M.G. (In Blackwood's Magazine.) rWENTY-EIGHT years In ECgypt and three In Babylonia as an Irrigation engineer have given me special opportunities for tudying the problems connected with the arden of Eden, Noah's flood. Joseph's famines, loses* crossing of the Red Sea, and Joshua's rosslng of the Jordan Accurate plans and .?vols, and knowledge of Irrigation and of the poken language of these lands, have helped 10 to (Understand the meanings of technical erms and to (ill In the true backgrounds of the vents which took place in these two irrigated ountrles. Of myself I can only say that, as the aeahtng of events which seemed Impossible to ne have unfolded themselves, the Bible has igaln become the living book of my early lays. The oarly chapters of Genesis had their >rigiu In a rainless land, where all life dejendnd on irrigation. "The Lord God had not taused it to rain upon the earth, but there vent up a mist from the earth and watered the whole face...

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