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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

MISS DOROTHV 0, HIDE TO WES LIEUT. ROBINS (Joi-oinonv Will Take Plate ;ii Dt'ml wood. South Dakota, on WctliiOMlay. mxMiu (iivi:\ miss hi:i:h Many Xew-Year Kiitortainnit'nts. Cotton Hall to lie tiivon lt> Daugh ters <?f <"oiifp(|prin'> on January 7 at tlio Woman's Club. <?]!?? of the most brilliant events <?! . IJVis week .s Oil- tn;' rri:i ?- ? of .Miv's l>o- - ,j ??tl?y tJrctehen Hydo, daughter Of Mi. mtd Mr?, lleiny 11?? \ < > 11 * dr. ti? 1 - i ? ? 11 tenant Augustine Warmt 1?l?j us-. Twelfth Cavalry. Fnited States Arm*. ' which will bo celebrated W? dnosday ', qfternoon n't -1 o'clock in St John's Kpiscop-'l Church at I, Sotitl Dakota. Lieutenant Kobins is a ><>i of Mrs. Snllx Nelson Ibddi.s and tin late Colonel William '!**?? i?t Itobiuf- os Richmond and ?Hom ester County. . ml his family is one of tin- oldest ;m<l br.s; 1 luiow n it: the State. A great many in teresting functions bave l? en uiven iu honor of the bride-elect ;unl t'u ? we...

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. — 3 January 1915

SCUPPERNONG GRAPF. IS WONDERFUL FRUIT Virginia and tho Curoliiias, Where It Reaches Perfection, Itnil to Supply Demand. CHANCE FOK Hit; PROFITS With Lnnds Offered at Reasonable Prices, Vineyards Soon Should Prove Path to Independence?Acre Income From $HOO to $1,200. Tho Statcn of Virginia and North and South Carolina have a valuable grape J in tho tscuppcrnonK- It reaches Its greatest perfection In the eastern coun ties, bordering tho Atlantic, and tho Bounds of Albemairle and I'amllco, where tho koII and climate Hcem par ticularly favorable for its cultivation. It hits been tried with Indifferent suc cess In many other States. Even In California repeated plantings prove the vine has no liking for Uie conditions found there, and, vice versa, the vine fere. of California, in the home of the scuppcrnong have failed, although they have occupied the attention of horti culturists for nearly a century. Tho vine grows quickly. Is long-lived, hardy and vigorous, and is almost im mune from d...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

NEW GREENBRIER SCENE ' OF JOYFUL OELEBRIITION * i Throng of Vipifttrs Comes to Famous ? Rtsort. nml'Mfttiy si a* Over for (?IH18T>I.\S TIIKK IS FKATIHK ????r-? ticorgc W. Stevens Takes Party of Guests in Private far, anil Many Others Have Tallies Ku?afje<l for Festivities I'sheriiiB In Nt>\v Year, j AVHITR SI U'HCR ,?i P.JNV-s: W V \ . January 2-?The second nhuual N> w Year's Kvc celebration nt the New Greenbrier brought a throng of visi tors to the hotel, an.] while many came merely for the holiday*. a number have remained over for the January and the "kur" Ifroceding ,\ datiee the ballroom there w?re numerous dinner "artif1.-; In the main restaursnt TU?* centre aisle, canopied oy?-r with branches and ropes of green and holly, was !e;ired t' >t dancing, which contit tied through dit: nei and late after when a seated supper wa< ?. i ? . ,j. Tiny vari colored electric lights hidden in the branches and foliage sli? ii .. soft sl"? . while two orchestras " * : conceal...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

?IB TELLS If ! EMILY WAS DEFECTED | jlo Uphold* View of Uonernl (.'or-1 dou That Meu Were Xot Permit- j ted to (So Forward. ?? US DEMV j PROVES FATAL | i ?utnumhered by Yankees at Cedar | Creek, Confederate Forces Are | Compelled to Beat Hasty Retreat, j How Early Explained It. The following account of the ?-IoHhu: 1 j cones of Karly'w defeat at ? 'ednr Creek nay bo of Interest, especially to those '?ersonally connected with Major-Gen eral John I'ograni. After tho tight in !he morning was over, our army fonu 0 a line across the Valley pike. Ilam |<iii's Division, composed of Hoke's nrt Johnson's North Carolina, and i'e J Train's Virginia brigades. was on tho ?ight. 1 do not know what position i(he other divisions occupied. Sherl lain defeated Karly by tiie same move hat he used at Winchester on Oct ober 10. and at I'lsher's Hill on the -d. that is. by movInK around his left I'lank and setting in his rear. Wo j i<-ard heavy flrlni; on the If ft, ;in<| ?retty soon we saw the ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

IlrSMn lit I '.li/itlirt li \ plUT.son. I)rnMii ti * Dnrolliy Wonl. F"in.\.f Tim c f CHuRe." lvv iSblj l>rnwi? !?}? rvain-rs A ndrr.sou. Drnwn !?>? Merle Perl. Irs. Jf J, AAE.\)Ti L| C H filS TA-l A f>, ?- a CD v; ItriMTii I., l.> la II. .In.nn. GRA c /A A nt I OrniTii |?>- .Inintm lllnlr (?illliim, * >riiils Heading. I> r (alitor Am sending a llcndlnK anil inotl ?! iiunlc \Vliat I* *matter with m\ en. >?" 1 n.-ver sen tin-in In Sunday's i< 11.? ?' I do m>t see tin' daily papers. They iv I" In them I think that Is a ilno ?' f Hat Henna nA. Wo have the .11. -1 .at. lively time we go away il ?n. u - like everything. as It wants to go a 'otlg. Your inrniltrr, iiki.kn huoadiujp. Midlothian. Vii, A N?m* Member. M> Dear l-:?l111? I wish |o Join the T. I). C i' vrv much. I have licon looking at tl- T. Ii' page every Sunday, and tako \ t t much Interest in it. will you pIcmho .-.lid ni' a badge? And iiIiIIko, 1,1 i,a nnnxowx. Cliase City. V.i. Ago. ten. Your...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

Charming Creations That Add the Crowning Touch to Dainty Tea Gowns LADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London, and foremotl creator of fashions in the world, write* each week the fashion article for this newipaper. presenting all that is newest and best ia style* for well-drewed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. One of the Newest "Lucile" Tea Gowns of Real Lace, Pink Chiffon and Satin, with a Quaint Little Dutch Cap. By Lady Duff-Gordon UST where to go for inspiration ie the most difficult thing, with no Paris, -where one accidentally runs Into all sorts of queer, good and amuBing Ideas. Books, of course, we still have, and alao the theatres and restaurants, but somehow the funny little women with the venr big daring aro not to be found over here. The women I find here are ail well dressed and in perfect taste; but the little idiosyncrasies that make one laugh, before one adapts and adopts them are peculiar to...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

WOMEN'S IPMtTIWT j MM BE NIUDE StPMtATE Several Organizations Petition Mayor in Regard to New Employ ment Ilureau. JO OPEN VOCATIONAL St'HOOL. Night Classes in Domestic Science to Bo Free to Women ami CJirls ?>f " Richmond ? SufTrugists !?' ? v o r Strict Enforcement of Labor Laws. In organizing the Oily Kmployment Ilureau the fact that the name of a woman is mentioned for assistant man ager indicates the trend of tlx- Mines. To tnanv the tlioiiclil that there < in the city of Richmond 11.000 working women, would appear sufficient for such action: but 'or the l,onel" of those who have supposed that .t "just happened." it might be well to look behind the scenes. There was a petition asking '',a* women be recognized as part -n the unemployed, and provision made them. This was signed by the leading women of the city, either -n u" 1 v-acitv fts heads of influential organUa I ions or as individuals, which was sent to the Mayor and the newly appointed board. Among the societies repr...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

COMIC RCTMONDM 9ECTION 1 1~*~ JL J i l l H ? not H exactly for '15 " TlOVAL' IGHNESS .Y'WNOW, But h'iv/e been with The "Bs=st FASHES OF ^THE H'UPPER (Vf\HSES! oHOOSH \ DOMT SfW & HE LOOKS vord'. chust vatch /U-,Ke A ^ der PA.ncy BUTLER AR1TZTOCRAT vot 1 got! - A # S- ^ ENGLISHES Mrr 1 short PAKiTlNG^! J DID YOU efer J Buttle for / der KinK uf ( England . s Lister H(\\jvi\tin5? "bER DOOH USED VTOPLMPlNOCHLE Jj Hit der oil uf i^wtergreeh: OUR fawbly i ISS UP Too ' DER CAPTAIN \55 Getting upper efery -n DAY! J? ( MEY! DOMT take (T; i A.VAY! Dor's for ( DINNER! maybe You vant) \ uar! A, pin ? Yess 9 ( j WAR! / HfVfi! "DUCHESS,MIT all MY might i /vpolochize! "But vot's der use uf ? GETTING UPPISH ? Dot's vot I get ?p ( FOR eating MlT /' A I low-ufes: r" V'Y INSPECTOR! VHERE 1SS YOU golmg? CHlMlMETTY.DUCHESS if DOT AINT A "DOD gasted SHAME! r PART F8VE Comics iu colors, contahj inn ? o s t \V o i* k of tlio World's iW*st Humorists Clover "Funny"' Pictures that Appeal Irresistibly to J...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

Papa Is Going to Amuse Him, Even if He Dies in the Attempt. v.opjrlghlcil, IMS, l>y the Star t.'<>rapan>. ilrrot llrllaln High's HELLO -OOVE.V b/non saw voo from the porch r 1 and wamted "TO come ano SEF: S too ^ood craclou^b LOOK OUT jasper - | want \00 TO bhovel the SNOV/ off THE ROOF of the v3arn : eT^f, the little darhnct - he likes THE snovv! ja<bpek> ^ ^hovuhrsc* t'hu. bnow ovf the ba,rh ; r oh: DON't stop him! snookum'b LlKE'b to see the bnov FALL. ON \0u all richt * 1 DUN bii careful: isn't that n\ce -&aqt? all r1c.ht tbut dont throw IT all at ONCE jasper: DIDN'T i TELL xou NOT to bhovel SO MUCH AT a time: t I uus w.sr, i i'n\ /\ <oner ,7?- 1 *-ri- uuick a^per-ano ?ft ^?l\EVL\V/r:D COT of THAT ^nov/ pile: < LOVEy ^RE YOU hurt? V^T UlHTlU 1 <iET MX BREATH! DA ONE DAT AM HURT Let it bLiDE OFF THF. bhovel b LOWLY.' kums - PAPa. r?RED out; well- JA^PEF* <mET OtM the KOOF i ac,ain: H.O\v I'b oat- t>AR ? .J-'*--'!/, YAVb sar : hell FALL. o asle...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

And the Water Kept Running, and Running and Running, and Running, and Running ("OImmy Ruu^ro \ T4t r'LUMo'c'R?, ! AND Teuv_ H'M I YO AT hurry'OH r>o kuRR-XI yhat bath Room pipe HAS LJURSY AGAtN1* yes mamma ^TuCH OBLIGED, UA-DS HOP IN IF you WANT a RIDE' 1M *N A HURRY' " PUT YOUR FGOrON.YH LEVER.- so - ah.THATS > good!* ,?rp HEY! wait fer ME !" . Vs/HAT IN HEAVENS NAME IS \ (" I'LL. GO FATHE.R And KEEPING THAT PLUMBER? " /, \G?T HIM, MYSELF', ?? , WOTS D'TROUBLE LADY? ? $K "HEAVENS ! f P>apYs carriage ! BA8YS GONfc! vvhere'S ThFI PUJ^yGR-. BYE want ms To DROwM ^HftSTAURAl IF that PLUKBER doesn'T COME. soon I'll 0E. r-rp-i DR.OWNE.D! " , ' ! ? e?.TTt9. Goto WE.ADQviAR.TtR5. J-ady. ?? 13>.RESTA\3RANT Y?S. PIN KEY. VvHEM , JIMMY RETURNS j HE'll get a good I SPANWNGr1. " \ J Yes. ITS ^ ONLH WATbR BAtSY .DONT C?y!" "PINKEY. where \ Did you leave I^BA\3Y?" /"Yes. AN1 \d\s iS wot -j ME. BIG Bf<iu DD??I^ U IS gonna AGETl." I didnt LEAVE NO BABY! JIMMY AN' ME BRUDDBl DONE dat j...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

'? ? -~LTOU>E CAN | any k?ND of 7>^ l ICE CRtAM C <A yvouc,^ WANT6 >-vc /vutaktx (i'vtlta^e) Jgm ^Tf\0R3tK.K.V) (CHOC lit / J3w& \\Cc- | CRtAMl p^rlfl Jill ta? verkhler. feJdkSfc WyyrUlitcd. I91&..by th? Star Company. Great Britain nislits Ilcsorvcd { HAPPY, suzakkt my5\ V^H? v-'OKT m/\RRiEp) vug You unle5>3 yo?K HAVE A < / Jih \best man\ v^vclpj) ^np gt"t i^slk \^0ur \gu9- wurry, I roilis xvv'l i V-ate^r '><- metlt vc?usb at ^Hfe CHO?ch inthOIXV 1 \>i>KJUTE^/ 'beat- it, new VoUV/e. GOT KO,! vtimeto lo^e' where? -. ufacl'e PoWKl | roTME pon$); mehas WErtT" v&u'b I wamt YoustlTo) \ tme. $iyr mam ?%-. ^~~\at MY wtdpl^Qr. VfZRt pue AT / mfrffl \the CHOICH < JmSM vkic-wt awayv r/ou 6RA^v OME^HtWTV? AN* IX\. GF*AE> ^TME OtfAER/" "gus p O N't VOt \^ \jjear. WE'll HAve \c? make A $Ol$~T OF, * ~i 5peep to &bt <r gTC? vymeke ok time*. i THE^t ^ iHey ?>t got "em Wfc_L V.1 &RAF-. "V em j 'shut UP! i've GOT/ v a bites] /its A b>IG...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

Magazine Features by Famous Artists and Authors, I Hum tinted in Colors P s Copyright, 19IS, by thfr Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reserved New DJ.scc 'orie-i?Tilings not Found In '* <ok??CHI ill-' ties from all over the World " vJahies moiiTtotiieny Tlat? One of the Many Portraits of Dorothy Dunn Carr Painted by Mr. Flagg. This One Was the Artist's Gift to Her, and Is Now Published for the First Time. DHE record for swiftness set by the hero and heroine of Elinor Glyn'g "Three Weeks" has been broken, not by the creatures of some other novelist's imag ination, but by a real flesh-and-blood American millionaire and by un equally genuine New York artist's model. Within three days after Henry Clay Carr first looked into the liquid eyes of Miss Dorothy Dunn his heart and hers, until then entire strangers, were throbbing in as perfect unison as two hearts ever can. This, as even a poor mathe maticlan will readily see, waa a far speedier romance than that which made Mrs. Glyn's st...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

ALL OYER. An Interesting Study of Why Men of HIGH CHARACTER Have Occasional LAPSES Science Explains "PERIODICAL SPREES" WilY are so many men. and occasionally women, of otherwise high character, uuable to resist the impulse to go on occasional sprees? This is one of the most serious questions modern civilization faces. Until it,can be answered satisfactorily no cer tain remedy for the difficulty can be devised, and until such a remedy is devised, thousands of lives will be. mined all the time, and the world will be periodically deprived of ability which inighi be put to excellent nse. Unthinking persons and foolish theorists say that simple vice is the real cause of the economic and moral loss which the world suffers from sprees. It is, they maintain, an outbreak of the animal instincts, and the beast part of the man which impels him to go every now and then on a debauch. Science, however, is beginning to take an entirely different view of the matter. It. finds abundant evi dence to...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

How to Be Your Own Dressmaker First of a Series of Practical Lessons in Home Dressmaking Prepared Especially for This Newspaper by Mrs. Minnie Berry HE all-important first step for saver of time, patience, ma terial and labor, and one which will , overcome many difficulties and com plications, is to have a reliable and simply constructed pattern. Each part of the pattern has a line of perforations (draw a pencil over each) to show how to lay the part on the material, either length wise or crosswise, before cutting, or some other mark to indicate Cutting in a different way, if required. So Tead carefully before cutting all printed directions that, accompany tho patten. Have gcod pins, needles, thread and scissor. For ordinary sewing use No. 7 needles, for basting use No. C. Make finall knots, when sewing; for bastiig make large knots, so the stitches will not rip out. when the work is handled. Fasten threads with tw? small stitches over each other, uiless knots can be hidden. The ive...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

During and After the Flood Dore's striking conception of the Deluge, showing the men and animals fleeing from the rising flood v/hile the Ark of Noah floats in the distance. f Noah's sacnftcc of thanksgiving after the Ark had reached Mount Ararat and all of Noah's company hod found safety on dry land.?By Daniel Maclise, E. A. Science Explains the The Recent Discovery of. the Lofty Ai Section of the Earth Sagged Do\ South Pole and a Correspond And Into This Sunken An Prof. Garrett P. Serviss URING the recent meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science a significant remark was made by the president of the botanical section, which suggests a new theory of the cause and origin of Noah's Flood. The remark, which had no intentional connection with the theory referred to, was simply to the effect that the present distribution of organisms on the earth seems to be best interpreted by the assumption, of a North Polar origin. The theory assumes that hitherto a great mist...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

:ptery of Noah's Flood die Continent Suggests That a Central iard9 Causing an Elevation at the Depression at the North Pole? roured the Waters Ocean. f . SZTtPf ~s i north role: cat ailo of the earth might have slipped P i'h Polo and forced out the peculiar, isolated fkutb Pole and caused the depression fit the fc'Culd have caused a rushing1 in of the waters nia similar to the description of tho Flood given I fae period ill the world's history when geolo tropical animate and tropical vegetation and ,le-.-a period during which the portions of the ov<;red with Bnow. iild not be to increase ?re, mild. location oT the mys ?n the centre of the Alr'ra and America, mi within the Arctic lfi'id could have hap ? tiie middle Atlantic, n the level of so con lie area now occupied tnc there must have V'thousand feet, ex lirary giving way of a phenomenon, and ion whatever but for ndjtion of the earth. is that the centre fof3 changes of place. >f'which remains un a little. The globe rd^ ball ...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

3X3 I Mrf Living Like a Crowned Head, With ? ? AH the Expensive Fads of a Grand Opera Prima Donna, Her Pic turesque Career Abruptly Comes to an End Her Tv/o Falcons HERE is no mystery about the A ways with us." 13ut for the poor the mystery of the poor-rich is one of those fust inritinji enigmas for which no solution seems possible. Just now that ba tiling specialty among mysteries centres in "Ilcr Serene Highness Princess Lwofl Parlaghy"?for thus she was ad drcssed in the formal engrossed and illuminated acceptance by the di rectors of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art <>f her portrait of the Hon. Joseph 11. Clioate. For how is it possible that a Princess who lives at the rate of $S0,000 a year, and says she has con siderably more income than that, should suddenly tind herself, ligura tively. at least, evicted from her home for non-payment of rent? The precise source of the Prin cess's income has remained a mys tery. There is a more or less mysterious chateau in France?...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

Forecasts tfe New\ear War Will End And HowThe OF all the prophecies concerning the pres ent world war yet published the moat remarkable is that of a monk named Brother John or Johnannes, who lived about the year 1600. Ills forecast points to the events of the present war with amazing closeness. "The black eagle from the land of Luther," and "the white eagle from the north, .who will fall upon the black and the other eagle," seem to refer unmistakably to the war of Germany and Austria against Russia. Many other al lusions are equally startling. There is no doubt that this is a genuine ancient document. It was published In Paris shortly after the outbreak of the war by M. f'eladan, a French literary man of high rep utation, who gave Its history since the six teenth century. Some of its most startling passages are given here. Brother John's Remarkable Prophecy, a Monk Who Lived in 1600, Three Hundred Years Ago THE real Antichrist will be one of the monarch.* of his time, a Lutheran Pro...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 January 1915

Disconcerting Threat to Confiscate the Historic Sagan Castle and Property Which the Duke de Talleyrand Ingeniously Transferred to His Little Son to Prevent His ? Creditors Taking Them Snapshot of the Duke de Talleyrand, Taken When He Was Courting Madame Anna Gould .Paris, December 27. WILL the Germans confiscate the duchy xirid principality of Sagan. which is supposed to belong to Anna Gould's liittle son, who is known as the Duke do Sagan? This is one of the most curious complications that lias arisen from tin- great war. The present Duke do Talleyrand, formerly known as Prince de Sagan. inherited the German title and '.states on the death of his father, hut in order to avoid the seizure of the latter by his creditors, he turned botli title and estates over to his son, born of his marriage to Anna Gould, after she. had divorced Count Roni de Castellane. Now the Breslauer Zeitung, a leading news paper of the province in which Sagan is situa- ' ted. demands that the duchy *-! ail be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 January 1915

GET YOUR Call to-day for ? ? - replies to your ANSWERS THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE NEWS OF VIRGINIA ?All of It? boars tho tnv press of au thenticity in : THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOLt'MU 85 M M 111:It 4 RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915..?TEN PAGES "X"?? ?UNSETTLED PRICE 2 CENTS SLEEPING FAMILY ! BRUTALLY SLAIN Mrs. Charles E. Burner and Her Three Little Children Are Murdered. MUTILATED BODIES FOUND Skull of Each Victim Had Been Crushed?Husband and Father Missing. t Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. I LUBAY, VA., January 3.?Mrs. Chas. E. Burner nnrl her three children? James Hamilton, five years old; Wal ter, four years old. ami a baby about one year old?were slain in their moun tain home while they slept last night, and their mutilated bodies were found this morning by children of a neigh bor who had gone to the home on an errand. The Burner home about five miles from Luray, at the base of tho Mansanutton Mountain. It is in an iso lated place, and details of the crime are hard to ...

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