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SOCIETY
An Interesting event of tlio wook
will bo tho marriage of Miss Alloc
Small lilulr, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
Andrew Uclrnc Ulalr, ami Capiat ? Rob
ert Hill Carter, U. 8. It., son of lie v.
iind Mrs, Robert S. Carter, of Orange.
'I lie ceremony will take place Thurs
day morning at II o'clock in St. Paul's
Kplscopal Church, Rev. \V. Russell
Jlowle, p i)., ami Itev. Robert S. Carter,
father of tho groom, officiating. Mrs.
Georgo Frederick Rie*?l, of Kllzaheth.
N. J., will l>e dame of honor, and burr
Noland Carter, of the University of
^ irglnla, will l?e his brother's be^i man.
Owing to a change of Captain Car
tor's orders, the wedding will take
place on March 2. as originally planner!.
<'aptain Carter has just been assigned
for duty to Fort Sill, Ok la.
Mra. Da\l* Itrrrlvcn.
Mrs. Westmoreland Davis will be at
home Informally to callers this after
noon at the Kxecutlve Mansion from
4 to 6 o'clock. Tuesday has been se
lected by tho wife of tho new Gover
nor of Virginia as her day "at home."
J?eeond of Series-of Knitting llenellt*.
Tho second of a aeries of "knitting
bees,'' given under the auspices of tho
"Woman s Guild of Grace episcopal
Church, will take place to-morrow af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Kgbert G.
l.eigh, Jr.. .101 We?t Franklin Street,
at ?! o'clock. Major Charles Sweeny,
United States Army, will talK to those
present on that occasion. Major
Sweeny, who is a distinguished and
gallant soldier, having seen service in
France with the Foreign Legion, Is a
charming speaker, and the after'.oon
promises to be or.o of the most interest
ing of the serh^i.
Mlaa Price llostenn.
Miss Sarah Price was hostess Satur
day afternoon at an attractively ar
ranged card party given at her homo
in Lochavcn, Norfolk, In honor of Miss
Margaret Marcrum, of Pittsburgh. Pa..
i>nd Miss Josephine Urowno, of Balti
more. who are visiting Mrs. W. L. Har
ris, In Graydon Avenue. There were
four tables of auction bridge, and Miss
Price's guests included besides the
guests of honor:
Mrs. William Morton Snelllng, Mrs.
P. SL L. Moncure, Mrs. H. I?. Mapother,
Mrs. Westmore Wlllcox. Jr., Mrs. W. J...
Harris, J.llsses Julia Raster .Seott. of
Charlotte, N*. C.i ),fnn Pratt. Kitherine
Raylor, Klizabeth Whaley, '"athorinc
"Wales, Alice Webster. Klizabeth Torn
lin, Margaret Jordan ami Virginia
Driver.
Miss Price Is one of tho most at
tractive young girls In the debutante
set 1 ri Norfolk this season.
Guratn of Itelutltrs Here.
Chaplain George Lorraine Kerns and
Mrs. Kerns were recently In Richmond,
en route to Now York to sail for San
homlngo, where the former is sta
tioned. Their marriage took place early
in February In Norfolk. Mrs. Kerns
was formerly Miss Cornelia Grant Held,
and is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Neal Grant, of this city. Chaplain
Kerns is a graduate of the Union Theo
logical Seminary here.
At the Are Club.
Miss Kllen MoOaw Tompkln" will
read selections from her recent novel,
"The KnHghtn#>nt. of Paulina," before
the Art Giuh ri( Hiehmond this after
noon at C30 o'clock. All members of
the club and their friends are asked
to hear Miss Tompkins.
Dnnce for Minn Whltloek.
Miss Louise Michaels, of this city,
gave a dance in honor of her cousin.
Miss Hll?e Whltlock, of Powhatan
County, Friday evening The house
was beautifully decorated with hearts
and flowers, and the following guests
were present:
Miss's Mary Mitchell, J'-*le Scott. Kllza
V."ih I'hlilli ^. I.<*. lux \V? Oata Van
JJ.icrlv 1.Milan Trott?" Virzinl* ?v,Ionian.
Ann*.' Gentry. Alllrvn Puffin. '*i\irtn?y Krlsk
horn, Ciaudta I'a'.ricK. Vlrgini-i Hplo-r,
'l nor<-.?* llttrrt.-, Helen Huntley. Anne Shol
t< ?>. Margaret U?rv. I.aura Klatiton. I'liur
I itte \ irglr.li Lent;, Avli HilN
man. MIjs Virginia Martin, <-f f.'h?-?t<-rfi>jlil
i! i.il M!?-scm Asn?5 unJ I,Hilar. Wrtuht,
/.hhlan'l. Me*->r> Kt-qlnald. .Vanning ami
John Pott a, James Tnomss. Richard H.?k
Icy. I.ynn nonit. Hlley Taylor. Taylor Sltnt -
ton. Ttaoma- Wrdf-onK. Sidney Sun>t?. John
I'urccll. p.,hi) Newell, !li< hard f'ardw.-ll, Ln
Hunt. I!!<-har<l and Austin liri.lnefortrj. Ai*
thur Itlchitr'lson. I.fwls ftlanton. William
Iv-ble.-. Sheltoti Short. Irvln Thoiniin, Wll
1. >i:i Hrit'K*''. Kdward Uolderby, Prcstiow
I.r.ird. Frank Harrelson. Archie Hajrlcy. Na?
Htanton. P.aymoii"! W|lll*rn.?. luiiain Hardy,
llobert Hurwell. Itlckey Mnrtln. Webb M!il
}Htf? Wcotlcy Bradley, Captain Comb*.
J.i'-ulcnant Ilronson, HukIi Powell, King
Terrell an<J Possum Younj.
Kinder?Moorr.
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. ISridg
man, Glntcr Park Terrace, Saturday,
when their cousin. Miss Mary Anna
Moore, of Gainesville, Ga.. was married
to Captain Charles I". Fpjcer, of the
United States marine cor|js. alro '>f
Gainesville, Ga.. but now stationed at
Cuantieo. Va. Ti e ceremony was jicr
formed by Mr. Lirldginun.
Mifs Moore wa3 accontpanicd to
dtichmond by her aunt. Mrs. H. W. J.
Hum, the mother of Mrt. Pridgmar..
f'aptaln and Mrs. Finger will make
their home in Fredericksburg* until
the fortunes of war call them eise
v here.
Slnrrlnef Announced.
Douglas I.ee Leftwlch. of ^'ivr.eri
boro. announces the nianiage of bin
daughter. l'ranrr-s Wertenbnker. to
John llarwood Hat rett. of Portsmouth.
The wedding tool: place Richmond
Saturday, February 111, at high noon.
YlslOnj; Here.
Dr. Gorge P.rookn Wcs.t, U. S. R..
jhas completed a course in surgery at
the Roosevelt Hospital, in New York
City, and has returned to the One Hun
dred and Fifteenth Ambulance Corps,
now stationed at Anniistou, Ala. Mrs.
Wfst is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas S. Wheelwright, in Hieh
mond.
Ilencfif of Woinnn'i n^elmnge.
For the. benefit of the Richmond Kx
chnnge for Woman's Work, stereopti
con views of Rngllsh homes and ca
thedrals. from !?:. J. Willie's private
collect ion, wiil l>e shown. This enter
t.'tinmen! will be held in the auditorium
of the Woman's Club. Friday evening
at S: 1 T> o'clock. The public is invited.
Ilradncr? Mailer.
Mrs. Rosa K. Mailer announces the
marriage of her daughter, Fama Floise,
to I >. Krrett Bradncr, of Newport
News, which took place at the home of
(he. liride's mother last Wednesday
evening at C>:H0 o'clock, Rev. CJ. Peyton
Craighill. rector of the Kpiphan.v
Churi 11. oflciating. The bride was given
in marriage by Iter cousin. Madison
Fiannagan. She wore a Mm art travel
ing suit of brown chiffon broadcloth,
willi a black imported hat, and car
ried a prayer book with shower of
white French hyacinths. She was at
>-?iuled by her cousin. Miss Heata Flan
flgan. who wore a turquoise tdue chif
for tafTcta, will: silver and crystal
rrimmintts. and carried an arm bou
quet of sweet peas and m-tidenkait
ferns. Mr. Rradner is h prominent
young clnb and busine-s man of New
port New a, and widely related through
out Virginia, his mother being Miss
101 la MottIcy, of Chatham, before her
marriage. After the eer-meny, din
ner was served, and later the bride
and groom lift Richmond for New
York and other Northern cities. Aftet
February 2"> they will be at bom.-* jtt
J21 Thirty-third Street. Newport News.
Attrncllve Illrthdny I'arly,
An nttractivo birthday party was
given in room 217, Frances Willard
Hall, at the Frederleksbuhg Normal,
on tho evening of Saturday, February
Ifi, at 8 o'clock, when Misses Frances
Fisher, Louise Pollard and Rstelle
Webb entertained. The room was dec
orated with hearts and Valentines, and
red-shaded lights. Tho hostesses were
The Terrible Tempered Mr. Bang Gets Comfortably Set
tled With His Paper and Finds That Someone Has Taken
the Bulb From Ilis Reading Lamp. - - By F. Fox. j
(Copyright. 1818, by Whetler Syndicate, Inc.)
gowned la white organdie frocks,
trimmed with red. to carry out the i
Valentino Idea. Among the guests pres- !
ent were: Misses Mary Cockron. of |
West Virginia: Hazel Wood, of New- 1
port News; Essie Eee Roberts, of the 1
Eastern Shore; Emwia Jackson, of j
Richmond; Frances Weedon. of Wash* !
inglon; Hello Furgeson, of Chatham;!
Virginia Madison, of Newport News; |
Margaret Turner, of the Eastern Shore,
ami Myrtle It ice. of Florida.
IN AND OUT OP TOWW.
Lieutenant Bernard Meredith. United
States Army, and Mrs. Meredith spent
the week end with relatives here.
Frederick Adklna, United State?
naval aviation corps, was the guest
of his parents. Mr. and Mr*. Thomas
Adklns, on Park Avenue, for a brief
stay.
Miss Martha Hobson, of Goochland '
County, i- visiting Mrs. M. S. Mcin
tosh at her home in Norfolk.
Mr. and Mm. William H. White have
returned from a trip South, where they:
spent several weeks.
Mr a. A. R. Blue, of Monroe Terrace,
is tilt? guest of Mrs. It. A. P. Nash at
her apartment in the Sherwood, Nor
folk.
WOMEN'S MEETINGS.
A meeting of tho Jewish Woman's
i;<. lief Association will bo held this
evening at S:'.'0 o'clock at 121 Gover
nor Street. A full attendance Is urged.
The Woman's Auxiliary to the Hew
itzT Association will hold 11*? r???sulat
meeting at 9:15 o'clock this evening
i:i the auditorium of Murphy's Hotel
annex. All members are urged to b*i
present.
The Junior Hollywood Memorial As
sociation will meet to-day at 12 noon
at the Y. W. C. A. The annual election
of ofTcers will take place.
The program meeting of tho Park
Place Missionary Society will be held
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. T. D. Newell, 1321 Park j
Avenue. Mrs. R. II. Potts will make
an address, and an Interosting program
has been arranged. The women of the
church are cordially invited to attend.
Mizpah Chapter. No. 32. Order of tho
Eastern Star, will meet this evening
at S o'clock at the Mpsonlc Temple.
NEW JAPANESE AMBASSADOR
Vlncnnnt I*hll, Who Tlrftripd Imperial
Mhnlon Which Came Here La>t
Yenr, Appointed.
fBy Asjoelated Press.]
WASHINGTON. February 18.?Vis
count Kikujlso lshii has been appoint
ed ambassador for Japan to the United
States, and will foosi rcach Washington,
lie succeeds Ambassador Sato, who
takes a place on the unasslgned roll cf
diplomatic representatives in Tokyo.
Viscount lshii was head of tho tm- |
pofial Japanese mission which arrived
in Washington August 22, last, for the
purpose of extending to President Wil- ;
son and the American government the
thanks of the Japanese Emperor for '
the entry cf America into the war on !
the side of the entente allies.
ANOTHER ROOSEVELT.BABY
Colonel "Perfectly Delighted" to Hear!
of nirtb of Eighth Grand
child.
NEW YORK, February 18.?Colonel '
Theodore Roosevelt, who is con- 1
valescing in a hospital here, said ho '
was "perfectly delighted" when a long;
distance telephone message from Ros-!
ton to-day brought word of the birth I
in that city of his eighth grandchild?a
boy horn to Captain and Mrs. Archie ;
Roosevelt.
Captain Roosevelt, who has just been
promoted to that rank, is with General
Pershing's forces in France. The news
was telephoned by Mrs. Richard Derby, j
who formerly w.13 Miss Ethel Roose
velt.
No bulletins were issued to-day on '
the former President's condition, pity- i
sicians explaining that his progress
was continuing satisfactorily.
Mnny Elyrrw Are Killed,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS. February IS. j
?A statement from American aviation :
headquarters hero shows that of the !
thirty-one killed at the Texas flying J
fleld3. twenty were English and eleven j
Americans. The list includes several '
mechanics who met death on tho i
ground. Tho flyers have been here four
months.
Ladies' Straw Hats
Itenhnped to Spring Styles.
Men's Soft and Stiff Hats Cleaned and j
Reblocked.
VERRA'S
211 X. 1st, Richmond. Tlan. 000.
Feteraburg Ilrancli. Mail Order*.
Virginia News
in Tabloid Form
Brief Mention of Happenings
in Various Sections of
the State.
Woodmen Vovell Service Floe.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
1.VXCHBURO, VA., February IS?;
Walnut Camp, Woodmen of the World,
of this city, has unveiled a service flag
:n honor of twenty-one members or
that lodge who have gone to war. j
The members already in the Bervlce, all
of whom are volunteers, are: R. E.
Beasley, W. C. Bradwoll, B. P. Bunch, j
F. J. Frosch, A. B. Carter, P. M. Camp- j
bell, James P. Drlskill, E. A Emlck,
T. C. Walwell, Otis W. Kunz, Billy P.
<?ills, F. E. Lawless. Raymond Ogden,
James F. Phillips. 12. R. Parcell, C. A.
I'roflUt, C. L. Smith, Claucl. Doggett,
William !?:. Tlnsley, William F. Far
ri.=s and George M. Cummings.
Lj-nchburg; Officers Promoted.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
LYNCHBURG, VA., February 18.?
Among additional promotions in the
arrny, recently announced from Wash
ington are the following Lynchburg
ollicers who have been proraoteJ from
second to first lieutenants: Kirkwood
I">. Scott, Joseph P. Cromwell. John R.
Boatwrlght and Carter Glass Jr., the
latter being a son of Congressman Car
ter Glass.
LrnrlibarK Man Goea to France.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
LYNCHBURG. VA.. February 18?
James R. Caskie left yesterday for an
Atlantic port to sail for Paris, where
he Is to do army Y. M. C. A. work
during the remainder of the war. Mr.
Caskle is a young attorney pt law.
Rev. Joseph T. Watson, J. Oraham
Nowlln and Howard A. Seckereon, all
Lynchburgers. are already In France
for that work. H. Carroll Jamerson,
the crack basketball player, left Sat
urday night for Atlanta, for assignment
in association work in an army camp.
n. O. T. C. at W:mblnffton nn< Lee
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
LEXINGTON, VA., February 18?A
reserve officers' training corps has been
established at Washington and Lee
University and Lieutenant Guy E.
Manning, of the regular army, desig
nated as commandant, according to an
nouncement Just received here from the
department of the adjutant-general in
Washington.
This order places Washington and
Lee on the list of roserve officers' train
ing corps Institutions whore students
are eligible to army training camps and
under certain conditions to commissions
as reserve officers in the regular army.
CITY SERGEANT FEEDS PRISONERS
OUT OF OWN POCKET
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
DANVILLE. VA., February IS.?The
local jail commission recently appoint
ed by the court to make quarterly ex
aminations of the city prison has re
ported to the court that City Ser
geant I'. II. Boisseau has for several
months had to supplement the city and
State allowances for the feeding of
prisoners with his own private funds
to supply feed. The commission also
find3 that while the food given is good
it is in sufficient quantities, and the
recommendation is made that the Jail
allowance bo increased proportionately
with the vast Increase In the cost of
food products.
I.ynrhV>nrg Tobnceo Market.
LYNCHBURG. VA., February 1<t.?
The local tobacco market during the
past week broke all records for money
paid the planters, though the sales in
She past have been heavier. The plant
ers drew more than 5250."00 during the
week for offerings which aggregated
1.225.500 pounds. Despite the fact that
the factories were taxed to capacity,
prices during the week showed no de
cline and the market continued active
under heavy offerings. The sales dur
ing the coming week will be lighter.
_____
I.j-nrliliurtr Han 10,000 Wnure Earner*.
LYNCHBURG. VA., February 18.? !
The Chamber of Commerce here has
secured facts upon which to base a
statement that 30 per cent of the resi
dents of Lynchburg arc wage earners.
The city has 2.:ixr> femalo wage earn
ers, the grand total in the city being
!>.!>92.
GARBAGE CANS
Heavy galvanized
Iron, large size, tight
fitting cov
t
$1.39
Miller & Feldman
528 East Rroad.
Ran. 8600. Phone For One.
We Deliver.
Well - Known Texas Club Woman
Makes Most Interesting
Address.
DISCUSSES YOUTH AND AGK
Pleads for a Greater Sympathy ?n<l
Better Understanding Between the
Generation &nd Those Whose Idea*
Were Fixed in Otlier Tiyies.
"The human heart longs for sym
pathy tho world over.." said Mrs. Percy
V. Penny-packer, of Austin. Texas, yes
terday. speaking to tho Woman's Club
on tho subject, "Which CI0603 the l>oor
?Youth or Age?" The lack of sym
pathy and understanding between the
two generations is an undisputed fact
and tho point of the discussion was
who is really to blame for tho situa
tion. Mrs. Pennypacker, who is a
charming and cultivated woman, is
on? of the most prominent club women
of this country, and her lecture yester
day was simply alive with vital points
of interest to a world of women
young or old.
Mrs. Pennypackcr discussed h?r sub
ject from every point of view. The
composite mother. looking eagerly
forward to a .companionship with her
children after years of sacrifice and
self-denial, in many instances is pained
and distressed to find herself drlftlnc
apart from them. llcr daughter's
standardn and ideals are not hers
One should bo careful to praise, for
11 praise and commendation are onlv
on tho outside, and only blame and
censure Inside, the home will not loner
be where they will want to be. One
mother eays: "it is tho calling by
first names in word and deed." Life
13 obliged to bruise tho child Into a
certain humility; one cannot help but
wish that their entertainments were
not of so cheap an order. Girls never
stay at home these days. They say
. men would be bored to death"
tho men say "tho girls would think
they were cheap," and so it goes.
to the time of the war fathers
wore rather sevcTe on youth. They
nn,K?yOUt. ,0Vcd only pleasure and
nothing else, that the sacrifice and self
i?n,? ?f,Parcnls weighed very lightly
in tho balance.
Vouth answers, "Our parents and
grandparents do not understand us
1 hey don't know us. They hav? onlv
to turn back time and Jive over again
"'fir J'?uth. hut we have never been
. a? many people approach youth
in the spirit of antagonism. Vouth
fhr:3; ,? ''arcnls w&nt us to think
their thoughts and do not realize we
are the normal evolution of our ace"
Just as they were of theirs " '
sai'rtrSt?PSnny,,a??er *aU1 U,at one elri
talks .0 ml . B,U my mother ne^r
be nt ? a?.ono reasonable human
be [ , reasonable htlman
Judge." always tho critical
tm" J1!?' De,anfl a book. "The Itising
Tide the speaker believes the whole
evil8 i?!1 ?k Jem,n,sm. 'ts good and its
11 Uh, us' Th? thcmc of it
outifdo fh?nK maucr how Ms the duty
excuen ,?? ,nay seem' 11 doesn't
dutvin*!ZL ,K?mtan for neKlecting the
is for .hf ? h?,mC? Co"ventionality
i* for the protection of vouth not for
. 3 restriction. Life for women to-d?
out for n,e/VJC0, ',nsid? the home an<]
ut. for the day has passed when
woman can think her duty finished in
l.er home. iho moment her child
crosses its threshold to school hoi
duty must follow it. and so on throuen
-VKF.D IS FOR MOHE
S V3I PATHETIC IVDERSTA \ DI SC.
?uth and age should have a more
rympathetio Judgment and understand
used thnat?i, " lCr- Mrs' ^cnnypacker
used the themo and story of Mrs De
io? 'rinr ?^ u,AVhl?h is a vcr>' human
1, u . illustrate tiie points taken
i.i her lecture. It pictures the doctrine
mL Sm' lts d:ir'Pers and evils and
the lesson is that the road to r! .
fm?.* !, M?ad 10 success is in tho beau
'I middle path. In ninety-eight c-i?es
X door fhfUndr0d " ?? that closes
tho door of sympathy between the two
Jouth gives age great provocation
remedy for it is to be found 'in
al we should awaken
to the < onsclousness that home-making
worM mOS^ imporlant profession in the
v. or Id. and, since it |s so, wort>! l"*
the training that we can give If men
better0?^/1 ??'y un?ersl?od each other
it isn't L ,t,?n,y ,,nrlc"tood that
thing man's work and
t .1! woman's* but that both to
?f *r.may n,ake the world a better
m t r/'i ?C ,n U,e 8ccond place
. r ftvery Ionian who is a
the cliild th tf"ly lhe psychology of
ine ?.hild that marvelous, wonderful
thing the heart of a child. Grand
an,I ?KrS,hTk? T' "necessary issC?s
ami it\ tho penalty.
And. in the third placo, age needs to
reefy a point that for gen"ration^
?n-t animade?ago has demanded re'
p \ and admiration from youth \'o
one has a r| ,u te respoct a--.-(No
unless they deserve it. The rich
ness of companionship between nar
- * and chiidren is such a wonderful
1*\,l\ Aff? must ?Pcn tho door to
cnte.en and nineteen and twenty
one and read over those chapters n
he.r own life-meet the emergency of
the moment. or
Mrs. Pennypacker closed her most
interesting lecture with a word about
the psychology of 0Ur boys at war and
??no<r"t'l,om'? tllo voryed'io
of the trenches with a Lit ,>f "n
*;z"v2i
woman upon the soldier is absohadf
terrifying. It isn't what ahe sa?s w
???lwHhChl0r'K''anCl hiS ,dca,s riVo ?r
.bli
thO VIZ "'V. ,ln<Ml lUo- 'h,h to hear
m;ks ^
and presented .Mrs. I'etinv^,^^""""
[ HOW TO ACQUIRE HAIR BEAUTY j
J,?",can onJ^ ? delight ful Shampoo
with .1 \ery little effort and for 11
very trifling cost If you get from your
druggist ? package of Canthrox
and dissolve a teaspoonful In a cup
of hot water. This makes a full
oup of shampoo liquid, enough so
it is easy to apply it to all tho huir
instead of just tho top of tho hoad.
^our shampoo is now ready in^t
a J?"lc ?t a time on tho scaip
and hair until both are entirely
covered by the daintily perfumed
preparation that thoroughly dis
solves and removes every bit of
dandruff, excess oil and dirt. After
rinsing tho hair dries quickly with
a flufilnesa that makes it seem
rlehV,Ctr ?an U ,S' nnd ta'<es on a
rich luster and a softness that
makes arranging it a pleasure
"Six Months in
Hell and Back"
German Socialist's Views After
Six Months' Travel Through
out the Empire.
IIV IGNATIUS KIN AST.
Copyright, International No wo Dureau.
I "What do you wish In Germany?
One more inouth to feed." That was
his real complaint. lloth the roit
| duotor nml the Inspector woro uni- 1
' forms that had patches on thorn, and 1
' they Ul-flttcd them. The friend whose
j acquaintance I had made In tho Swlsj |
i train did not appear.
It was nearly morning when the train '
pulled out o* the town. It was closely
, Hlled to the doors. The car did not
,have tho appearancc of having heen
j washed or cleaned for many years. 1
noticed the window pane facing the !
inext seat was patched with paper.
J Another 'window near the forward door J
, was boarded, while four other win- j
dowh had cracked panes.
Our train was traveling very slowly. I
The shortage of lubricating oil com- '
i pelled slow moving of trains. I con- I
j stantly watched the faces of the pas-i
i senRrers. and never once did I hear a I
j lautch or see tho motion of a lip that j
! could bo construed as a smile. An in- '
, quisitivo thought crept into my mind, i
j Why were they traveling? They wore
, not suburban passenger?. Why did so
many people want to travel In such
: a train'.' I bent over, and hesitatingly
j inquired of a woman next to me why
so many travelers were anxious to All
those cars? The woman grumbled and
said something that sounded like "I
am not a walking information office."
1 hold my tongue during the rest of
tho Journey. j
About an hour after our train had ;
started I heard loud voices In the rear '
of the car. There was a tussle. I heard ;
several voices shout. "Shame! shame!" j
Then I saw the conductor and the In- j
: spector dragging a woman to tho door. '
| I did not daro to inquire tho cause of j
! this unusual excitement. When tha '
woman was dragged out of the rear
door and the door was shut the pas- I
sengers fell into an agitated discussion ,
regarding the incident. Quarrels fol- |
lowed. From what I heard I gathered ;
that the woman was cursed and insult- '
! ed by the conductor. Apparently she j
j had resented his remarks and having I
; found out that alone he could not re- I
1 move the woman to the next car, which i
; was A baggage car, he had demanded i
the assistance of the inspector. To- >
gcthcr they had succeeded.
In any Swiss city or In any other !
Iar.d in which I have been, a crowd of |
passengers would not have permitted a I
woman to be dragged out of her Beat
; to the baggage car as punishment by
a conductor, or ten conductors. It was
talk, talk, afterwards. Angry and
threatening, but empty talk. The pas
sengers were ready to fight each other
j over the merit of the unehlvalrous con- J
ductor's act, but thcro was not one 1
person who would dare to raise his
hand In behalf of the woman. It has
become part of the German people's !
soul to fear their men In uniform. It !
will take many years before my people j
learn that under a uniform the flesh
and blood Is no different than what is
found hidden under civilian attire. In :
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^?r.KCUiTe a* famous remedy,
which has been used by women with the
greatest Mtroess for over hair a century?
from t in ?Jrtiff^ist to-day, und thUR fortlfv
yojiTHelf ayalnst pain a nri dlwconifo r t.?A d v
my elr months travels In Germany t
hnvo seen and heard people btcome
ilangerously restive, but the German
[luOplc. an a whole, have not yet learr,
ed that Just bocause a thins is "for
bidden" by the authorities. It may not
be Bin nor always be very difficult to
challenge it.
On tho 2Gth day of August I reached
B . which Is about eighty miles from
Munchen. In that placo there were
military officers with whom I was, In
olden' days*, on terms of familiarity, as
many of them had been admitted to
tho fraternal organization during trio
period in which I had held high office
in the district branch fraternity. I
wanted to Interview them. I wanted
to learn frpm their Hps how things
political sto&d iiv-^ermany.
The first person I Interviewed at
B was a very old friend, a colonel
of a regiment, now slowly dying of
tuberculosis, which he had contracted
lit the front. How aged ho was!
He was heartily happy, not only to
see me. but to see some one who had
;ome from a neutral country, who could
Lei I him something about the war. lie
Had remained at the front until threo
nonths before, and now he was ask
ing mo about the very war he had been
sngaged in fighting!
Instead of interviewing him I sud
lenly found myself interviewed by him.
[ wan not only amazed with hi* chlld
iiko innocence of what was going on
mtside of Germany, but really became
llsgusted with his ignoranco regarding
be military position of Germany com
jared with that of his enemies. For in
stance, ho argued with me a whole hour
ibout the "battle of the Marne." V.'hile
t termed that battle a disaster, he
vould try to make me believe that it
ivas nothing but an extensive wlth
Jrawal of the advanced guards. When
I reminded him of tho fact that In
nllitary clroles it could not be consld
ired as an extensive withdrawal of
tdvanced guards when th% retreat cov
sred an area of thirty miles, he brushed
ny reasoning aside and bluntly in
'ormed me that my statement >aa to the
ixtent of the Marne was not true. It
llsheartoned me to find a colonel, who,
it the end of threo years of warfare
lad been successfully kept ignorant of
he truth and significance of the tarn
ng battle of the whole war.
Thero are very few people in the
Phole German empire, even to-day, who
mow the truth about the battle of the
tt&rne, and most of those who do know
t, are civilians.
But finally I succeeded'In oonvine
nr my friend that he was wrong and
t was right. On finding new light he
lecame furious, and It was not long
>efore he had broached the subject to
>thcr Incapacitated officers.
My colonel friend Is not an excep?
tonal case. Everywhere In Germany ]
'ound people In all walks of life ut
terly uninformed regarding how the
war is affcctlng our enemies.
(To Bo Continued To-Morrow.)
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Richmond, V*.
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ERE'S your
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est,. the
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Very similar these to
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which, in turn, was
adapted from the regi
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picture suggests the
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Black Milan straw
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JEWELERS,
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if
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$35.00 IVapanee $Oil *7r*
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