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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

Investor*. /With., Idle Fugds Create Market In Spite of HeptrlcUous. HEAVY DEALINGS IX BONOS Selling for Foreigu Account Acknowl- . edged to Be a Menace?Gradual ' Improvement Is Feature In Steel. Full Time for Mouths Alieod. BY BHO.VU.VN WAUL. NEW YQRK. November l?.1?"Wanted, oftcnt.ot o*.*tlve listed stocks preferably Industrial or traction issues. Payment''will "oe made In caeh. Apply ut the clearing-house of the New York Stock Exchange or your own broker." That notice might well br inserted In all newspapers. Invoatovs "rvltli Idle funds have created a demand that has made a market' In spite of restrictions Imposed by Stock Exchange orricuia Marginal t-ransaotions are out of the question and for the first time tr. the history of the financial district the .speculator? finds his'occUpatlon gone. U-jallngs In bonds have now reached a magnitude where transactions can 110 longer be liandled over the telephone by clork?. Wltltln a few days this business must br transferred to the lioo...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

Sto3nmri-$i?potrh 6lXTT*rOURTB TS5AH ADMITTEDLY ITHEl. BEST tfBnnTM IN THK* SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. pTl.RPHONB YOUR WANTS TO lNoolKiit.TU"s-0'wtTS2Nootra WANT AD. BATES. ati.t. one c?nt ft word when pftl6 id fta* Tunc?. No fc<3 taken fo? le?? than cwt^ UNDAY* on# and one?hall cent? a word for ?J1 cla??lfl?d aa?. e*oept Situation* Wan tad at oS* oent a word. ho ad lakon tor lui taUeu toi than S ctuU ?&VK?d or pbooad In- Phoned luaranwad. riMUfloMlopa u?u guaranteed ?'t?? miH *> H. VUHT AND FOUND OST, umall First National Hank coupon cnvelopo containing Red Aeli oal <nid Colic Co. coupono. Kinder leauo return to Auditing Department, Irut .Vutloiiul Bank. Ituwarj, OST. yesterday . between 418 WeBt '.Main and Mndlnon and Grace, $14 in jrroncy. Finder ploaoo return to bovo number and recolve liberal ro?ftrd. OST, Richmond Blues' pin, either Little Theatre* or on street Saturday ftemoon. Howard. Cull Randolph 86#-J. OST, female collie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 18 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES Kor nor.rn arc cbarmlunlr lllnntratrd <l*tly 01 (he Household I'lRf Of THE TIMES-DISPATCH ^ictimoud fMlMMi RICHMOND. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914. I ?hm* * s mufirmra? ? ^ % i I i i A Stupendous Sale of I Women's and Misses' B1 ouses! \\ Making a Large Purchase of a Retiring Waist Manufacturer, We Are Offering These Blouses at I $2*25 and $Q.98 % I s Just samples; not every size in every color, but many distinct styles. We 8 ^ will not take room for description, as there, is such a variety; lace, velvet and A \ fancy effects. N SKETCHES FROM LIFE - By Temple 44With a "Novice at tlio Wheel" WORLD'S BIBLE CONRERENCE OPENS HERE ON SUNDAY Mnnj UtMtlngiiiMlird Sprnkrrii to Appear t'mler \u/i|ilcrN itf Trnlniiig Svlmol for Clirlntlnn >> orker*. The World's Hiblc Conference. to be held In the Second Presbyterian church, Sunday, November 211, to Friday, November 27, under the auspices of the Training School for Christian Workers, promi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

THE WAY TO SUCCESS frcqarntl jr he fotiad (broils'* ? ?mall ad In the rluiltfd colann ?f THE TIMES-DiSPATCH WANT AD PUBLICITY Pa(? your <|Uf?4 ftr ? situation ob ? atHrtly hoilatM baaln rtbea you ?dvtrilie la THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. FAIR RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. ?TEN PAGES iHth-YISAR NUMBER 19,904. OFFICIALS AWAIT EXPLANATION OF SMYRNA INCIDENT Decline to Believe Firing 011 Launch Is Unfriendly or Hostile Act. MORGENTHAU DIRECTED TO MAKE PROMPT" REPORT U. S. S. Commanders Must Take I No Action Which Might Emt barrass Government. I ? ro AWAIT SI'KCIFIC OHIJKIIH A'ilhoii Determined That Under No ? Circumstances Will Nation He Involved Wltli Turkey. ?W ASHfNVJTON. November IS.--The ' (filed States iroverninen t has 'directed Ambassador lf?*nry Morguniliau, at ? 'Umtiintlnonlf. I-) ukU an explanation ofUlic flrlnjf by Turkish land foreer. at .1 laijneh front lh<: American cruiser f opnesse'; proceeding from Vourlah 'u '.lie .American eo...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

ussian Forces Claim Advances on East Prussian Frontier mined attacks, fresh Gorman troops having attempted to forco tho nllioH out of their trenches. bOMPBLLICD TO VIKI.l) Ari'Ktt SIIOKT TIME As was tho ease with tho Prussian ?' Guard, tho Germans who made tho ?latest effort appear to havo taken tho Qrst Jino of trendies, but, like tho guards, woro compelled to glvo hack , the ground after holding it for a short lime. Both sides, as shown by casualty lists, are lostns heavily, but tho Germans on the offensive and so often enflllatcd after succcss, was nearly in their hands, arc said to have suffered enormously. Tho French Zouaves, who frequently havo distinguished themselves by dashing charges, havo been utilized again to dislodge the Germans from a position near Klxschootc, over which there has been much lighting, and. according to the French statement, they again have been successful. These incidents merely are examples of what has been occurring in Northern Franc . along the Alsn...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

PROMINENT EDUCATORS TO MOOESS CONVENTION Ninth Annual Meeting of Virginia (educational Conference OpcnH Tuesday Night. l,r,0U DELEGATES EXPECTED Oniclal Program Lists Among Speakers I'. I*. Claxton, Fairfax Harrison, C. Alplioiiso Smith, F. V. Farnsworth and Uruce It. Payne. Numerous speakers of prominence will address the sessions of the ninth annual Virginia Educational Conference, which will open in the auditorium of the John Marshall High ?School building 011 Tuesday evening. Anions: the more widely-known of the speakers will lie: Governor Henry C. Stuart, P. I'. Claxton, United States Commissioner of Education; I'rosldont Fairfax Harrison, of the Southern Hallway Company; Dr. F. U. Farnswortli, - Teachers' College, Columbia University: President Bruce K. Payne, ol' Peabody Colloge for Tcachers, Nashville, Tenn., and Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, of the University of Virginia. The gathering promises to be ono of the most Important educational meetings ever hfcld in the State. 'J'he con...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

- ? I ? " ' ' ' '' ' "I * f ? ' ' ' r ' I '* I ? ? ? ! II. ' II VK! H 1 SPORTS [ ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES JSPORTS WtNTRr WEATHEH ACTS ; IS TONIC FOR SPIDERS Coacli Dobson Developing Line in nn Effort to Ulork Activities of (juarler Hack llertseliey. NO NEW PLAYS TO BE USED Richmond College Squad Well Prepared for Invasion of Williamsburger*, Who Will Bring Trainload of Hooters to This City Saturday. With the appearance ?f wintry weather, the Spider football squad has taken on a renewed spirit of snap and ginger in keeping with the temperature. Tho cold winds shooting across tiie stadium field and the hard surface ihat the ground presents have aided greatly in Increasing the speed of the practices that are being pushed with more and more vigor every afternoon. Tito Spiders are at work in the most earnest spirit, and no one is seeking to shirk his share in the slightest degree. Coach Dobson believes that tho play of the lien is going to be of utmost importance in th...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

_petersb U R G | ""ill FOR BELGIAN SUFFERERS Itev. ltichartl Wilkinson to Succeed tides Sent to Headquarters to Uo Hold for Cusli. ON'K CHANGE IN J'ASTOltATK Itev, Klclutrrl Williamson to Succeed Key. S. T. Neuter at Washington Street Church?Important Damage Suit on Trial To-Day. r ' n.'i?!'.'.'.',1 The Tlmes-Dispn tch.l Mn??? i ^ A" November IS.? . loney, barrels of Hour, sacks oT flour, meal and sugnr, packages of cloth - n Jf ' c?rloa uml other noodful supfer*r? "?".t ,0 l,1? BelKium aufP?tVr'I,ff al tho beadquur ? , o.r Petersburg Belgian relief ? nitt^e, and the good vv onion In ,^K^Uo ?f lb? work are kept busy re?i?i # donations. I,arge quan1 l e . 68 u,,d olhor Porlshable m tides have been sent to the headquarter*, to be sold for cash, and the money tnus received will be turned oyer to the State commission for "he ?I'V.A D ? ?orR s'?bstan.tlal supplies, the I rlnce George commltteo will orKanlze and lay out plans for work to-morrow, and Chairman Lassi tor's Information Is tha...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

Jidimoriil time?-fli$|ia(dj THE TIMES, Founded ISMS TUB DISPATCH, Founded JNSO I'abllHlird every day In the jrnr by The TlmrxDispatch Publlnhlnic Company, Inr. AddrrNn nil communication* to THR TIMES-DISPATCH, Tfmca-Dlapntch Dulldlof, 10 South Troth Street. ItlehrnnDil, Va. TELiEPHONK, IIAMtOl.ril t l*abllentlon Ofllee 10 South Tenth Street South Klrlimond 1020 Hull Street l'eterwburic 100 North Sycamore Street L^urhburs 218 ICIffhth Street HASIIHOOK, STOHV ?fc DUOOKS, INC.. Speelnl Advertlwln* Representative*. Vtnr York 200 Fifth Avenue . l'hilndelphla Mutunl l.tfe Iliillilliifr | I'lilrnRti People** (Jus Ruthllng : SVHSCRIPTION RATES IIV MAHj One SI* Three One I POSTAliK PAID Yeur. Mow. Mm. .Mo. Dnlly nnd Sunday. .. .90-00 93. OO ?1.S0 9 .f?5 Dnlly only 4.00 S.OO t.OO ,:ir. Sundny only 2.00 1 .(HI .30 .25 By Time?-DI?patrh Carrier Delivery Stnloe In Richmond (und auburh*) nnd Pcternbnrfft Dally vrltli Snndny, one neek 15 cent* Dally ivlthrut Sunday, one Treek 10 ccntn Sundny only ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

Household ^ Interests Personal :do S O CI ET Y Notes Richard evelyn byrd, jr., i TO WED MISS MARIE D. AMES Irtate-to-Be I* DnuKliter of Mn?. ntid Mrs. JonrpU II. Auir*. of Huston. Mr. und Mrs. Joseph Blanchard Amos, f Boston, Mass., have announced tho ngagctncnt of tliolr daughter, Mario ?onuldson, to Ensign Richard Evelyn '?yrd, Jr., United States Navy. 13niyn Byrd, who is a hod of Mr, und Mrs. tlehard l?velyit Uyrd, of Wlnchoster nd Hlohmond, belongs to one of tho blest and most distinguished famlllcB > tlio Stuto, und bin bride-to-be 1b 'fhully us prominently related. Tho ngagement Is ono of the moat intersting of the lato fall season, and tho /oddljiW will be ail Important society vent. 'o Attend Unnee. A number of tho younger married ooplo liuVo been Invited by Miss Ella tin ford to attend the dance /riven for iie visiting teams of tho Universities f Virginia and North Carolina, which k ill be hehl In the ballroom of the Joferaon llotol on Thanksgiving night, oilovyl...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

DEMIND FOR OPEN MIRKET iSTOQ LONG IGNORED Members Almost Unit In Dwirn to Rf>Kt>t?blli>h Returns With Their Clients. WANT PUBLIC GIVKN C'HANCK One of Governors Says Officers Are Willing but Hunks Object?Many of Industrial Stocks Are Considered Cheap. , BY BROADAN W.U.U NEW TOIIK. November 18.?Open the Stock Ejcchango for public trading. If necessary confine transactions to dealings to be paid In cash the somo day. Htid limit prices to the minimum established by the committee. The demand for an open market for the public cannot bo much longer Ignored, ami Stock Exchange members are almost a unit In their desire to re-establish returns with their clients. One governor of the ,-icliaiigo is quoted us stating: "The officers arc willing, but th? banks object." Well, they might, for u prominent bank president boasts that his institution 1ikh made enough prollt In the pant thrco months to pay the full dividend on his capital stock for the year. How far bonk...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

ipSlmr^-lijspofrh SIXTY* FOURTH TEAR rtlTTEDLY the best medium in the south for classikied advertising. APHONIC YOl'R WANTS TO nft* }^fS Tl*08.0i5PATCH ?HJL 1 HANDOLPIt WANT AD. RATES, ?vn i no/a .wh#n p*13 i? ?aiJw tt^?n fo- than 10 c?nt? ona-'1*ir cents a. word tor *a"' ?*C?P* Situation* Wanted ?!!??* word. So Ad taken (or tee* 'no CCDtl? SSi ^'JSL tot?lVm thM n ???>'? *?aeo -anf>bX Phoned orders not "1^, <^as?JflcaUone not ?u?.-on;eeJ ^WT AND raVNO '? annrlSLli,^!5St Xut'onal Bank cou'and cSK tT'ishiJ'^at VKVUr'fe "r"--". In n?5t^da.y between <18 Wont ncy piSr0n, innU Grac?. SIC lu "V* finder please return to number and rscptvo liberal rel- 'wm Half Hink Karin. oji 'role* cni IV H"'U,U, l>o11 b,?ck and leaSftr. ^own,'d for Inforioam, nsu ? recovery. A. E. Shepttlcii Allf'ii, Vn. shopping (lifttrloi, hair braid. ?>no Randolph "'4^13 or return fif/7 | uraoe. ito ward. r;,n1'.1'l,tc;Kr;-:?" wto'"i? sot in mi^r, l&...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 19 November 1914

i . ? LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About illMlnrllj frmlnlBr tblng* that nuiaro vrttnt to knvw? *VMT)' tlay ?n THE TIMES-DISPATCH ftirfimond (?Tittie?;Bi^patcfj RICHMOND, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 19X4. READ THE WAN+ AC They tell or IpporluaHIt* tci which you may hav? l>cca looking*? f - ""? ? -I i | To-day Is the Opening of the ! Christmas Fair! Next Door to Our Sixth Street Entrance The opening of the MILLER & RHOADS CHRISTMAS FAIR heralds the coming of gift-giving time, that season of GOOD CHEER AND HAPPINESS, when we remember our friends with tokens of love and esteem; that season of MYSTERY and ANXIOUS EXPECTANCY, when the kiddies are visited by JOLLY OLD SANTA CLAUS, with his well-filled bag of toys?the time of JOY and GOOD WILL for all, when we can romp with the youngsters, see the world and life as they see it, and feel again that thrill of happiness which comes with the Christmas time. Blankets and Comforts Throughout this month we will offer a great variety of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 November 1914

FOOD PROBLEMS ,\re mtrjt jt'u'iiply 0iwu??<<1 <?11 ?at(;rdwya by Mutlra VVfitovtr in' THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAH NUMBER RICHMOND, VA.. FRIDAY, PRICE 2 CENTS. FASHIONS IN DRESS Ary charnuncly illustrated u a i I y on tlic houtcliuld r-agc of, THE TIMES-DISPATCH WEATHER ^ AIR BRITAIN MOURNS AS NATIONAL HERO IS LAIDTO REST Country Bows Head in Grief During Funeral of Beloved Lord Roberts. FINAL SERVICES ARE HELD IN ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL King George and Men Notable in All Walks of Life Arc Present. STKKETS lilNKO WITH TROOPS Hotly Will IteM lieside Kcniains of Wellington, Nelson no?J Other I'animiH Warriors. L* 'NDON. November l'.?.?flu* bo'ly of I'leH Marshal Lord Hohcrtu, borne, on i crun cnrritifte, moved slowly through ? be streets of London lo-i'ny to It:; last restinv; place in Si. I':iul's Cathedral. The utre?t?. tvere llne'd with troop?, while hundreds of tbommnds of civil - '.an? stood with bared heads In a cold rain as the funeral <...

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

East Prussia, tho Russians .axo pushing their advantage, apparently disregarding tho fact that their eewtro has been compellod to fall back. Thoy also ard showing much activity in the Carpathians, to prevent the Austrlans from retiring into Hungary. It is stated they already have cut oil S00,G00 Austrian*. who will now bo compelled, if defeated, to retreat west* ward. In Flanders and France, tho battle, which has been going on for t.hlrtylivo day*, has again developed into an artillery duel. This doubtless Is duo to inability of the Infantry on eithor tilde to operate successfully ovor the muddy ground, and to tho extended Hooded area bctwoen tho coast and Dlxmude. While they aro moving: men eastward to oppose the AuBtrlans, tho Germans arc reported to bo bringing more big guns to the western front. Russian and Turkish squadrons have mot in a Iong-dlstaqco battle off Sebastopol,N and both clitlm victory. Tho ltu?>lan report say's the Turkish cruiser Gooben was damaged, wh...

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

"TARHEELS" WILL BE ROYALLY WELCOMED North Carolinians Living in Richmond Will Entertain (Governor Craig. MESSAGE IS SENT TO TEAM IJr. >1. Allison Hodges l? Elected President of North Carolina Society of Richmond?Other Officers Are Elected and Committees Named. When the hosts of "Tarheels." headed r 1S'ovor,lor t'O'-hc Craig and members of liia staff, comc to Itichmond Thanksgiving to witness tin; annual gridiron struggle between the state universities, so heartily will they bo welcomed and bo royally will they be entertained that many of thorn will bo tempted to discard the back-home portion of their tickets. Plana for the" reception and entertainment of the "down-"homers" were enthusiastically discussed last night at a meeting of North Carolinians who are residents of lUchmotid '?old in the Chamber of Commerce Uu tiding. North Carolinians here will cooperate in every way with the plans of Governor Henry C. Stuart and his staff Tor entertaining the- North Carolina Governo...

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

ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES SPIDERS' HOOTERS MEET; PLEDGE SUFFORT TO TEAM v To-Morrow's Contest With William and Mary Assumes Aspect of llafd Work for All. OAMtr STARTS AT 2:30 O'CLOCK Williamsburgers Meet Spiders Flere for First Time in Two Seasons. Elevens Evenly Mat<^ied aw to Weight and Aggressiveness. As the hour for the combat draws nigh the Spider team and students are becoming inoro and more excited In contemplation of tho probable results of the game with the William and Mary team to-morrow. What has all along looked to bo a rather easy piece . of work for the home team has taken on a now aspect in tho last tew days \inttl tho whole student body Is becoming Impressed with tho fact that the Spiders arc going to have a real man's site fight on their hands Saturday if they hope to come out of the contest as they should. Last night Chief Hooter Leslie called all the students together to consider the game and at first It was evident that no one realize...

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

SPORTS AMALFI WINS THE CECIL STAKES AFTER HARD DRIVE / _ l.ittlr .VfHrcr Tnkrn Sccond Jlmiry. (irritK Flrttt In .StrpleeliuMr? WelU- ? hlp ('nvulrrx (lie Openrr. UAVltK Dii C. It ACL?. November 19.? The Cecil Helling Btuken, tho star event of tliIm afternoon's program, wont to Hie Tom iiealy'H Amulii, which won in a hard drive from Llttlo Nearer. Marry Shaw and Thornhlll made the early pace, htii at iho head of the stretch Harry Shaw dropped bach lieaten and th<rfleld closing on ThornhiU sent him to n drive. Anuilll, under McCahey'n hustling ride, come through and stand-i 1'?K off Little Neurer's challenge and won Uy a I'aii* margin. Tho steeplechase went to ??regg, l?ut .Mr. Ito.ss was lucky to got the purse aa '"Single Stock wax the bent horse. <?o-! Ing over the hurdle In the stretch, while in the lead, tho Davis bay jumped sideways and unseated his ruler, let-, ting tlre^K come on to an easy victory. Weldfdiip captured the opening ievent for maidens handily...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 November 1914

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 20 November 1914

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Notes MR. AND MRS. W. T. REED | WILL GIVE DEBUTANTE-DANCE Mil* Mary Chainpe Haley Uecoiue* j Ilrl?l? of lirvrKr Archer Mnrstou of 'I'uano. Tho debutantes an<l their affuirs aro of vast Interest and Importance to sooloty these days and from now on tlic matin will ho crowded with Invitation* to functions given and planned In their honor. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Reed, of 1000 West Franklin Street, sent out. cardK yesterday for a dance on tho < veiling of Thursday, December 3. at ? o'clock, at which their debutante daughter, Miss Alice liurwell Hoed, will make her flint formal how to Richmond .society. The dance Ih to bo given In tho ballroom of the Jefferson Hotel and will bo a beautiful affair In ovory detail. Another charming debutante function tc which tho invitations aro to be Issued shortly is the dance given by Mr. And Mrs. Robert O. Thornton on the evening of December 2. This affair is to he house danco In...

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