OCR Interpretation


Richmond times-dispatch. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1914-current, August 13, 1918, Image 7

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045389/1918-08-13/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for SEVEN

Miss Alice Bertrand. of Richmond.
id her cousin, Mlsa Sarah Ogden.
jew Orleans, were among tho guests
fre?ent at a smart dinner party given
Uturday evening at the Baltimore
lotintry Club, chaperoned by Mrs. CJor
?n (i lleiner. Covers were laid for
iKhtr.ii itod the guesta remained for
?Wincing'.
Miss Bertrand and Miss Ogden are
some time with relatives In
*o Green Spring Valley, Maryland.
onerrnlnse Mlm Ilnrrlwon.
Miss I'j-sula Harrison. dnughter of
!r. and Mrs. Fairfax Harrison, and a
ratiiHnusfhter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
ohn Krone Cnry, is arnoncr the promin
nt young women taking a three
tenths' Intensive course In nursing at
he rton?<i?ve1t Hospital. In New York,
avlng -farted In June.
Miss Harrison spent the early sum
ler with her parents at their country
Rtn?n. "lie I voir." In Fauquier County,
.tfrnctlve Dance nt flic Knlr <Iro?nd?.
One of the most attractvc events of
ugust 20 will be the dance to he given
the men at the mechanics training
?hool at the Fair Grounds in the nudl
^rhim. Invitations for the affair w<ll
e Issued nhortly, and a number o'.
romlnent Richmond women will chap
ron the event. Tho band from th?>
ero squadron stationed here will play
or the dancing, and decorations wl'.l
e carried out In flags and bunting.
'o More to New York.
Mrs. Junius P. Snead, of South Bos
on. who has been visiting relatives
jtar Fork Union, has returned to her
lOtno. Mrs. Sn^ad expects to leave
oon for New York City, where she
*111 make her home with her son, Bur
?c!l Chandler Snead. Mr. Knead ls?a
Taduate of Richmond College and has
nany friends in this city.
'one*? II art Tin*.
A pretty wedding waj? quietly solem
ilxed Saturday at noon at the resj
ence of Mr. and Mr*. A. Hartung. 13
forth Boulevard. when their daughter,
Smmle Elizabeth, beca-rne the bride
>f Luther Clarke Jonea, of this city.
Che bouse was decorated with palms,
athedral c&ndlea and pink flowera
Che bride entered with her father, and
raa met at the altar by the grooqj
tod his best man. Bruce Bowe. The
irlde was gowned In white georgette
ind chiffon taffeta. Tho court train
lUng from the shoulders, and her veil
van draped from a coronet of pearls.
>rnamented with mercury wings out
lned In pearls. Mrs. C. C. Darracott,
deter of tlie bride, was matron of
lonor, and Miss Marie K. Hartung was
nald of honor. The groomsmen were
K. Talmage Massey and C. C. Darracott.
)nly members of the two immediate
am Hies were prestit.
At Orkney Springs.
An Interesting colony of Richmond
guests summer each year at the Ork
ney Springs, and this season a large
tuinher of visitors from this city have
"\ready been established there for ex
tended stays. Among the recent ar
rivals this month have been Dr. and
Mrs. Burkhardt and family, who will
?P'-nd the hit* summer at Orkney, go
ing later on to visit In Leesburg. Dr.
Burkhardt. who is the rector of the
i3ra? <> Episcopal Church in this city,
was formerly of 1 ,eesburg, and he Is
accompanied bv Rev. John J. Oravatt,
10. D. of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
>>f Richmond, who will also Rpend some
lime at Orkney Springs before going to
l,?eshurg
Pnlrlotlr Prepnredne-s*.
The Woman's Club of Highland Park
wishing to be prepared for the pur
chase of Liberty bonds of the next
Issue, has made elaborate prepara
tions' for a carnival to he staged In the
park, next Thursday night. One of the
tr/jf-t attractive features will be the
la-re number of carnival costumes
worn, and a prize will.ho voted to the
most attractive. Prize photographs
will also be voted to the most popular
voting girl. Pony and truck rides will
afford much fun. as well as the g?h
hag and rtrlnc-game, and a real for
tune teller will be on hand. Those In
terested 1" natural history will enjoy
.he museum, and refreshments will[he
qorv*d The public i* cordially Invited
to attend fars go di-eet to the park,
leaving Seventh and Broad Streets
v cry fifteen minutes.
IN AND OCT OF TOWTf.
Mr and Mrs. G^ore* o. Mayo, of this
rlt.v and Albemarle County. ar? guests
it Mrs. Thomas M. Rutherfnord, at her
?ottaga at the White Sulphur Springs.
Mrs. Vines, of Roanoke, has b?n the
rer?*nt guest of Mrs. J. F. Lavlnder.
it Haverford. near Fork Union.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hughes and Mlrs
Virginia Flushes are spending some
time at the White Sulphur Springs.
Miss Alice Anderson, of Norfolk, will
trrive shortly to visit her sister, Mrs.
R. C. Mclntyre, In Richmond, from
which place they will leave to spend
two weeks In Essex County.
Rev. and Mm. William IT. Rurkhardt
wd their family are spending a month
vr\\h relatlvos In Leesbu rg.
Charles E. Rouldln, formerly of Char
lotte County, but now of Burwell.
W. Va.. has concluded a visit to his
Ulster. Mrs. Tsaac J. Overby, of the
'Westchester, and has returned to his
home.
William Rouldln. of West Virginia.
Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bouldln,
has been transferred from Camp Lee
to Washington, and expects soon to
see service overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Nlckola, of
Ginter Park, hava left to spend sev
eral weeks at Penn Mar, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Gilliam, of
Seminary Avenue, are spending several
weeks at Clifton Springs. N. T.
Miss Clara Collins, of Oakwood Ave
nue. has Just returned from a visit to
friends on the Eastern Shore.
Miss Marie Trigg, who has been
spending some time In North Carolina,
has returned to her home on North
Lombardy Street.
E. D. Foster and his family are at
Elue Ridge Springs for an extended
stay.
K. P Rlckers and his family, of 2615
E;:*t Franklin Street, are guests of J.
Frank Bickers, in Louisa.
Harrison Plcot, who has been spend
ing twr? months In King
George County, has returned to his
home in Ginter Park.
Mrs. Charles Wilson Is leaving to
day for a visit to her mother, Mrs.
McRoberts, In Missouri.
/ Miss Virginia Stevenson is the guest
pf, her sister, Mrs. Samuel B. Love, at
htjr home in Ginter Park.
Mrs. A. D. Saunderson, Jr., and her
little daughter. Mabel, aro guests of
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
wyland. at their home, near Char
lottesville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Francis are re
turning to Atlanta, after coming as
far as Richmond with their son, Lieu
tenant W. J. Francis, U. S. N. A_
Paul Kanisky, who Is In Now Yo?-k
for a short stay, Is returning to Rich
mond the last of this week.
WOMEN'S MEETINGS.
There will be a called meeting of
the Woman's Auxiliary, Wnr Camp
Community Service, Thursday morning
at 10:30 o'clock, at the Army and Navy
Club. All women interested In war
work aro asked to be present.
The Toonerville Trolley That Meets All the Trains!
(Copyrlcht. 1318. Whe?ler Srndlctta, Ino-1 ^ F*OX
Invariably a hear riot
"marks the departure of the
uast car carrying pass?ng?rs
home FROM the tooner vluue.
fair grounds.
PETERSBURG RESTAURANTS
ARE BEING INVESTIGATED
Strict RoIm of frorernraeat Health Ser
vice Will Alao Rule at Soda
Foaataliu.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
PETERSBURO, VA., Auctut 12.?A
record of sanitary conditions sur
rounding every restaurant and place In
Petersburg where food and soft drinks
are sold to soldiers, Is being contem
plated by the local board of the United
States Public Health Service, with a
view to ridding the city of Insanitary
places. There are between 350 and 400
establishments In the city where food
and soft drinks are sold, each of which
Is to be thoroughly Investigated. Very
stringent rules governing soda foun
tains and restaurants, It Is stated, are
to be enforced.
Twelve Veteran* CoIir.
Twelve Confederate veterans, mem
bers of A. P. Hill Camp, will attend the
reunion of United Confederate Vet
erans, to be held at Tulsa, Okla., Sep
tember 24-27. Accommodations have
| been reserved for them. It Is expected
that a number of women will accom
pany the veterans.
Approaching Marriage.
Mr. ar.tl Mrs. Neill Monroe Culbrefh
r.r nunro the approaching marriage ot
> ?l? daughter. Julia, to Walter Per
civall Gray, of this city. The ceremony
will take place In Washington Street
M. E. Church on Saturday, August 17.
?>ltss Culbreth is widely known In
musical circles, and Is recognized as
one of Petersburg's sweetest singers.
Genenl New* Note*.
J. rt. Rawlings, of. this city, who died
yesterday in a Richmond hospital,
leaves a son and daughter, residents
f Petersburg. Tho burial will be at
Cary, N. C.
The pool and shower baths at the
V. M. C. A. have been patronized during
July and August by hundreds of men
and boys. Tho number using the
? a hif.g and other privileges In July
was $.4 21.
The ice situation In Petersburg Is
? r.-hnngod. Because of the great
juuntity commandeered for Camp Lee,
ha allowance to consumers In the
city is limited, and tho strictest econ
omy is required to make it last from
day to day.
RHEA REQUIRES RAILROAD
TO MAKE CONNECTION
CfeMtp??ke Ohio Moat Ran Morn
las Trala to Union Station,
Charlottesville.
As result of eteps taken by Judge
William F. Rhea, of the State Corpor
ation Commission, train No. 19, which
leaves Richmond at 8:10 In the mom
Inr and reaches Charlottesville at 12:35,
has been run from the Chesapeake and
Ohio Station there to the Union Sta
tion to allow passengers time to make
connection with the Southern's N'o. 43,
running towards Lynchburg. For some
time the train stopped at the C. & O
lower station, and passengers were
forced to transfer themselves and their
luggage across the town to tho Union
Station. Judge Rhea took this matter
tip with Region Director M. D. Maher,
former president of the Norfolk and
Western, and had It remedied.
At present this Is th* earliest train
leaving Richmond on the Chesapeake
and Ohio Hallway for Charlottesville
and the West on the main line, and
Richmond papers reaching Charlottes
ville after noon are old,'the Washing
ton and Baltimore dailies having been
on the streets for hours. There is no
service beyond Charlottesville tint 1
late In the evening. There Is no train
leaving Richmond for Old Point, Nor
folk and the busy Hampton Roads sec
tion from 4 o'clock in the afternoon
till 9 o'clock the next morning. This
has the snme disastrous effect on the.
Richmond dallies, not to mention the
congestion of traffic on this road d.ifc
to the army activities, there being so
few trains that passengers have lo
stand the whole distance.
Via?Dlrkernon.
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA? August
12.?Eugene Via, of Basic City, an 1
Miss Mary Eliza Dickerson, of this
county, were married this afternoon at
the parsonage of the High Street Bap
tist Church, I}r. Henry W. Battle per
forming the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Via will make their home at Basic City.
Call for Volnnteer flrrUlrar*.
Members of the local boards are
a?Klous for volunteers to aid In the
registration of men under the anti
cipated September registration. It Is
expected that 500 or 600 men will be
needed, and so fa.r very few have
volunteered.
ITALY'S STRUGGLE ID
NATIONAL IDEALS IN|AD
Longs for Ponce, but l)cslre? No I^ejis
Accomplishment of Territorial
and Kucial Unity.
PRESENT WAIl A HOLY CAUSE
fllgnor Orlando Tells of Aspirations
of Ills People?Itecognl/CM Splen
did Results Achieved at Council
of Versailles?Is Optimistic.
BY SIG.NOIt OltljANDO.
ROME, August 12.?Our conception of
the present situation may be summed
up as follows, namely, that our per
severance with unsliiikon firmness in
this gigantic struggle does not depend
on any possible choice, hut on Impera
tive necessity as revealed no less by
the deep, conscious sentiment of na- i
tlonal Ideals than by the dee;? and Ar- 1
resistible dictates of the instinct of
preservation, which peoples as well as
individuals obey. This manner of view
ing the particular situation of Italy'
found general agreement in the in
quiry made during the last period of
the laborious and fruitful discussions
between the great nations fighting
against the central etnpireu, and the
conclusion was not different from It.
While, indeed, the question of peace
was apparently being raised for the
first timo at Brest-Litovsk by means
of concrete and direct negotiations, the
Statesmen of the entente have already
declared separately their Ideas and in
tentions on the subject of war aims
and the means of ending the war. This
very divergence of views in which the
statesmen of the various nations and
In very different situations -examined
the problem of war alms had the bo- j
neficlent effect that all honest possl- ;
blllties of a Just peace were offered to i
the enemy's consideration. We have
heard moderate proposals expressed In
such measured terms that one of them
waa even able to rouse in Italy a feel
ing of anxiety regarding our Just ex
pectations and to engender doubta
which, I am glad to be able to state
most formally and definitely, wero
definitely, cordially, and entirely dissi
pated.
Rnemy'i Real Peace Aim*.
If, then, the desire for peace which
has been displayed several times by
the enemy governments had been realy
determined by sincere and loyal in
tentions, it would have found the most
ample and most favorable field for Its
expression. On the contrary, nothing
was affirmed but the most obstinate,
the most irreconcilable determination
to carry out the plan previously formed
of imperialistic domination. As re
gards Italy, those reasons of legitimate
and absolute necessity which are af
firmed In our war aims still exist Just
as they were at the moment when de
liberately and of our own free will we
undertook our gigantic task. Now, as
then. Italy wishes for no more war,
but that does not mean that she de
sires any less the accomplishment of
her national unity and the security of
her land and sea frontiers. Only the
full realization of one and the other
will i-ssure to Italy her existence as a
really free and Independent state.
ICngnged In a Holy Caiur,
Our war aim is a holy one if any
ever was. It Is a question of whetner
Italy is to exist or not. We Italians
still have bitter memories of what we,
ourselves have suffered and of what
I our brothers are still suffering and we
flo not confine ourselves merely to fol
lowing with verbal and platonic sym
i pathy the effort of orpressed nation
alities which arc aspiring to freedom.
Tor three years, with unheard of sacri
fices and by the blood of thousands and
thousands of our brothers and children,
we have been carrying on a war not
only for the defense of our rights and
our existence, but also a war against
a common enemy.
The entente cannot now consider the
events which are taking place In the
northeastern part of Europe except as
a de facto situation, which will have no
connection with right or any legal
For General Information
Franco,
May 27, 1918.;
The Kolynos Co.,
Hew Haven, Conn.
Dear Sirs:
This is a line from a convinced soldier,;
your days without water left us pretty thick in
the mouth* I tried four oleanings in quick
turn with another tooth paste, but I could not
?lean up. About half an hour later I located a
tube of Kolynos in ay bag and one trial did
the trick.
This is in no way an advertisement, but
the feet that I was employed as an engineer in
New Haven before coming to France to see this
argument thru, oombined with the fact .that I was
assistant engineer at the Holyoke Valve & Hydrant
Company vtoen they installed your heating system,
made me feel as tho an old friend had come to
my rescue,
I am requesting a few of your English
French-German phrase books. French I have al
ready throttled, but German will come in handy
ordering a meal in Berlin.
y
Sincerely yours,
(Nt?e Deleted^
(Deleted) Division Bdqrs. r
Care Intelligence Section,
Topographic Division,
JL. ?? F.t Franca.
basis untIV the eventual formation of
tho new States and the determination
of their frontiers and the condition* of
their actual Independence are recog
nized and sanctioned by International
sigrcornent. In fact, complete account
had already been taken at Versailles
of tho events which havo occurred. It
wan "considered to bo right and pru
dent to tako Into account tho worst
hypothesis, namely, that henceforth the
western front must rely upon Itself
and prepare to sustain entirely the
whole effort of tho war. The military
situation was therefore submitted on
this ground to detailed and complete
analysis, with the assistance of dis
tinguished experts, ?nd even of some
of the chiefs of tho armies In the field.
Ilr*uhi Achieved nt Versntlle*.
Tou will readily unders*and that It
Is not a question about which one can
give detailed Information. hut. with
all the senso of responsibility which I
know how to adopt In speaking before
Parliament on such grave subjects, I
affirm that the result of these investi
gations regarding- tho military situ
ation of the ei tcnto was such as to
afford the fullest confidcnce which hu
man foresight ci n allow, while on the
other hand we can. and ought, to con
soler that the present situation must
continually and greatly Improve. If
only through the increase, henceforth
daily and constant, of the admirable
assistance of the military forces of tho
great American republic. The agree
ments reached at Versailles empha
sized in the happiest manner the nec
essity of a close cohesion of all the
forces of which we dispose on the
western front, henceforth really united,
together with tho freedom and respon
sibility of the command on each front
A like sentimer. t of cordial solidarity
culded the allies in their examination
</f questions regarding the economic
situation of the world, which has been
vr? disturbed by the gigantic phenome
non of a war without precedent, caus
ing most arduous dlltlcull'irs for all and
l-nposing on all greater sacrifices.
Nevertheless, In London, as well as In
Paris, and at Washington. It was rec
ognized that Italy was In the greatest
need for provisions. As regards corn,
arrangements were made by our allies
to supply Italy, an act of which we
value and appreciate the fraternal soli
darity. We are confident that we shall
obtain an equally satisfactory solution
as regards otlher provisioning, which
is still being discussed.
ANNA HELD IS DEAD
Pamonii Actrria Snoenmba In Srw York
After Lone Fight Aimtn?t
Dlarane.
rttv Associated Press.}
NEW YORK. August 12 ?Anna H-Jrt.
the actress, died hero late to-day arier
an Illness of several months.
ClearYoufSkln
Save Your Hair
With Cuticura
Ho a p. <71 nL, Ttlena
2So. ??ch. Baunplo
?rch of
I>?pt. X, Voetra."
gr o w hm m; mm m n
a
h
H
wt sc/ana ssutra
_ . UNTTED STATra
n ! OOVfiSMBUKT
b ?<@sisEaazsaffimaaB
SB Fourth And Broad,
I A
B
I Gas Ranges
b
B With the
B Features
SI That
M
g
ED
2. Save Work
B 8. Save Food
1. Save Gas
|jj It will pay yon to have tho H
A-B Gas Range demonstrated R
r to you. Low Rothert prices. ?}
B |
' :B' 'Hiia-'rBciM"nav;M
HT. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
Noted for excellence of ltn courses, which
thoroughly prepare for study of Bnrineer
Ine Medicine Dentistry. Law and Business.
Pre-Medical course approved by American
Medical Association. Hlnh mental, moral
??nd uhttlcal ideals. College utidtr ?direction
o Xaverian Brothers. Special department
for Isoys over 12 years. Writs tor Catnloic T
to Bro'.he.- James. Director. Station D.
Baltimore. Md.
WILLIAMS APPOINTED
illchmnnd Mnn AmpU Position WltU
Hfil Cromi CotnmlMfilon to
Hunxia.
C. T. Williams, formerly with John
L. Williams & Sons, of this city, now
of Baltimore, has boon requested bv
II. I'. Davidson, head of the Ameri
can Ked Cross, to accept the position
of major in charge of the Ked Cross
work oil the international commission
now being formed to go Into Russia,
along: 'with the Joint allied mllltaty
forees. The appointment of Mr. Wi.
Uams is in recognition of his great
skill and diplomacy in deal In sr with th-J
Russian situation in 1917, while rep
resenliiig tho American Ked Cross i'i
Russia and Roumatiia..
Will Kxpluln New Doc i<in,
The League of Virginia Municipal
ities will hold a convention here on
August 21 and 22. The Game Depart
ment of the State has been invited to
appear before the convention on the
second day at 10:30 o'clock In tho
morning to explain the provisions of
the now dog laws. The department
will be represented by F. Nash Blloso'y.
Commissioner of Came and Inland
Fisheries; Chief Clerk M. D. Mart, and
Attorney-General John R. Saunders.
Rmlffna CotiimlMHlun.
First Lieutenant James W. Hatcher,
of Company B, Jo Lano Stern Battalion.
Virginia Volunteers, has resigned his
commission on account of pressure of
circumstances. This company is lo
cated In Roanoke.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Important. successful discovery,
without drugs, explained in Free 8S
I'age Instructive Hook, illustrated,
"The Nature, Cause and Permanent
Relief of Diseases of the Heart. Angina
Pectoris, High Blood Pressure, Paraly
sis, Hardening of Arteries, etc., with
out drugs and medicines," will be
mailed free of all expense, to those
who will forward a description of
their case to the R. V. Walden Insti
tute, Mitchell Bldg? Cincinnati, O.?
Adv.
VOGUE PATTERNS
For Little GlrU* and B?y?* Salts
ud Romper*.
?JUST RECEIVKD?
eixioKliS
HOC:
.120 Rant Grace.
Mntl Orders Given Prompt Attention
MWI
aMHMtfMHg'
Montague Mfg. Co.,
Tenth and Main St?? Richmond, Va.
Ll'MBKK, SASH. DOORS, Kit A MRS.
Underwear
Specials
For Exacting Customers
Nainsook teddies or
Envelope Chemise, in
Camisole or Corset Cover
styles. Empire and straight
line effects; trimmings of laces
and embroidery. The most ef
fective styles we have seen at
$1.23.
GOWNS of surprisingly good
Nainsook, in round and
square nock, modesty sleeves or
sleeveless. Empire and straight
stvles; also, Gowns in Batiste.
$1.25.
EXTRAORDINARY values
and varieties in Genuine
Philippine native hand-made
and hand-embroidered Night
Gowns, scalloped edged and rib
bon run; kimono sleeves or
sleeveless?$2.08, $3.50, $8.08.
(Third Floor.)
TEN styles in "TEDDY
BEARS" at $4.38 and $5.
CREPE de Chine and Satin
in tailored and fussy ef
fects is now shown in the most
complete assortments in the
history of our Silk Underwear
Shop. Specially selected quali
ties at $-1.38 and $5.00.
(Maiu Floor.)
1 UAROLD GARMENT SHOP ?
?j AI 218 East Rroad. *
$ No mailer what L? adver- flj
3 tisiKl elsewhere. It's cheaper ?
3 here.
a ?
US' ?t? rP?1 irarESWBTilBinnilRBU
Don't let your beauty be spoiled by a dark or ashy skin. Your com
plexion can be made as fair and soft as velvet by applying
Dr. Fred Palmer's
SKltf WHITENER
AND
SKIN WHITENER SOAP
Whiten d*rlc or brown (kin, remove all blemishes and leave the skin ?oft and beautiful.
AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY! Miaa Mabel A. Jones, of Crystal Spring*. Miaa.
anil tea:?"l aold my paekase out the day I receivedit, and am vriting for aoma more of Dr.
HPalmer'aSkin'Whitener.SJunWhitenerSoapaniSkinWhitcnerl'ovrdcr. Send methiaatonce."
The price bat not advanced; it ii 25c each. At your druggist's, or teat direct upon re
?capt of price. Manufactured by JACOBS* PHARMACY CO., Atlanta, Go. (D
V v 44|?4lVW??4
Every pair of Low Shoes in stock at
reductions. Whites, Patent, Pumps and
Oxfords.
We are preparing dally for the arrival
of new fall styles.
Seymour Sycl?
11 West Broad.
OLD POINT COMFORT
COLLEGE
-For BOYS
An unusually healthful and beautiful location. Living in the open ^nd
! participating in athletic games of all kinds, every boy has the full benefit of
| this splendid climate.
Old Point Comfort's curriculum is as perfect as its location. Individual
| care is taken with each student to find out just how we can do the most for
him.
Old Point Comfort prides itself o graduating strong, manly boys, well
rounded mentally, morally and physically.
Information concerning any of the courses will be gladly furnished.
BROTHER ANTONINUS, A. M., Headmaster,
Fort Monroe, Virginia. *

xml | txt