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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

? ? - ..... ? .-r? Official Reports Claim Victories for Allies in Both Fields >ck and ntnr Sklornlewlcc, southst of Warsaw. n tha west the Anglo-French armies ;re .doing most of the attacking. but tppnt'- r?tly without making progress, lth- > h they claim to have repulsed liter I'.: i attacks. which were d? livered in a ? ttort to iegnln lost ground, ?far Kinking of the vierirnti sulmwF.]J ? '.'-8, as ofllclnl^y annopnc<d to- ? ^?tl :: iken the fourth submarine sunk l-l.; }? :lnh ships slnco the beginning of i> I w. r, the others being the I -l"?. the I it'" ad one rammed l>c th- .bstroier ]|r< < r off the Relglnn coast. It Is ii??v<d :i Krench ih stroyet also sank f. and the captains of two British . _ ic .Hitmen claim the prizes ottered r?: tie first merchant captain to ac- | i , t for a hostile submarine. 1 1 There was no news to-night of naval rations It1- the Dardanelles It m nt?-&lt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

REAL ESTftTE RECORD AND COURT CALENDAR Small Property Features Yesterday's Trading'?Money Supply Is Plentiful. MUCH MONEY BKIXfJ LOANFI) West llroml Street Land Corporation Borrows #80,000 Through American National Hank?Many New Charters Are Issued. Ptnall property featured the sates of locnl realty yesterday. While there was Hoveral Knad sales made. the trading was on it llclit order. The deeds of trust Indicate that the agents are doing a good loan business, and that there Is a better supply of money for the transaction of this business. Now that business Is moving along, the ngents expect real estate to open accordlngly. Tlio month of Kebruary showed u decided Improvement along the.se lines and, It Is said, March should do still better. Marlon S. ISranch sold to 1=3. (J. Talley a lot fronting twentyfour and one-half feet on the south side of Stuait Avenue, cast of l?avl:i Avenue, for ^. 1:????. The West P. road Street Land Corporation negotiated a loan yesterday for tKO.OOO, with...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

Useful II W/ ] T_J Ethical Hints Woman and riome Talks I^The Morning Story rcjr\TE AM) it:ti:h i,aiih.aw. PP? Hy Jnnr (inlriu. ">1 |fW">nc of the l.ansInK County Kver> ' barked Jacob Hiss**;, clattering ass furnishing on his mahostany >c "Never clid a strike of work in worthli'M Iifi suppose*' .!? Tie surveyed her parent calmly. "J I<? worked his way through colic. Jad." IliMiph! Spent nil the Everett ?>n> y tirst." "I'.i I, you are unfair to Paul Kvott You iH'vnr saw him In your . and yet you judpe him by the andard ot' your antipathy toward his vie. As a vntfr of fact. i'.iul anted to ko to Alii nsfield and sp? lalf.o '.a architecture- ?11 Is uncle wanted Im to bo to that fotry college ?'he:ft he KHlduaied lia .'k in eighteen Ixtv-aomethiiiB, and Paul simply ?ouldn't go there, li s uncle has conr. I over Paul's money until Paul Is [wet ty-eight so Paul worked hl? way hrousli Mansfield and has opened an if...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

iivn (SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS? STREET BEING PAVED IN FRONT OF BASEBALL PARK .Manager Dunn Promises Fans That Ground and Stand* Will lie (?really Improved. (?LFICI1 >1A N X FINALLY SOLD First Hacker PreferH Coast to Flaying in 1-Just, and Signs Willi Los '.ngeles?Prices Will He Strictly Adhered To. Haseball fans will not know Hroad Street Park when the season opens next month. Not only is the street in front of I lie grounds being paved, but MuniiKt i' .lack l>utin is determined that tiic patrons of the International l.i'iiKUi! sanies will not l?o compelled to wade through mud ati'l slush on wot days, or ankle-deei> dust on dry days, in celling to the id< a< h?:r? or grandstamis. 1 is addition to this great Improvement, lie will chitiiK'1 Hie appearance of the KrandutandK by the crection of boxoH. while there will be three rows of benches in the deep outfields. It Is also prohahle that the unsight...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

irfmroml tini^-jBi^pntrl) IF E riMES, found oil 18HS ?3 DISPATCH, Kuundfd 18.10 Mlahed every day- In the yenr liy The Tlmea- "'<* l'ubllahinu Company, Inc. Addreaa all Icntlon* to Till-. 'IIMICS - DISPATCH. f**D!?patcli Building, !0 South Tenth Street, ?luuond. Vu. it?a th4r , TEtEPHONU, llAMKll.rn 1 t: 'nth Ktchraond Kl20 Hull Street ( trrthuric 100 North Sycamore Street ktuhburjt "IS KlK|ith Str-et HASnilOOK, STOllY ?Jt OflOOKS, IXCl Special Advertl?lu? !< rprcnrntatl vc*. lltTr York 2<Hl Fifth Avenue 'Itllndelphla Mutual l.lfe ulldlnjt ?Jiti'Hjo. ......... IVopIc'* tinn llulli"'>i n SUBSCRIPTION IIATKS i BY MAII,. One Six Tliree One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moa. M >n. Mo. ?.'Pally find Sunday... .?B .OO (t.l.OO Jtl r>0 * Dally only 4.00 2.00 l.?>0 .MB Sunday only 2.00 I (Mi BO .i-'3 r< Hy Tlmea-Dlapntch Carrier Delivery SerTlce In \lllrbmoiid (nnd iiibnrlis) and I'etcrilinrm 'Daily Trlth Sunday, one...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

DANCING SETTO BE OUT HI COUNTRY CLUB TB-OAY Weekly Hop to Follow Dinner?Decorations at Club in Spring Flowers. MltS. !)!?: HLOISH KNTEItTAINKD Madam Nell Is Foster Gives Studio Ten This Afternoon?Informal Social Affairs Tnko Place of larger F,vents During Lent. There will bo the usual Iiod following dinner at the Country Club of Virginia to-night. and the dancing set will be out In force to attend It. These weekly fiances at the Country Club mark Informal nnd delightful gathertigs of society during Lent, and a number of small dinners will precede the hop there tc-night. In the afternoon several parties will Rather there for lea. The decorations at the clubhour.e nru in spring flowers. ttctiirfiN to 1 v I it k (JforK^ Miss I.illy Taylor linn returned to tier home In King George County, after an extended stny In Hlrhmond. Miss T;?/l<,r was at St Kllzaheth'n Hospital hen- for treatment, an?l later spending solve Hme as the i?uest of her eousiu. Miss Lucy Idly Temple, on West...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

ILL 8IIHN LIKE TINDER IF IHIIET TOUCHES EIIIE V'.M "Somebody I'ut the Match to Prices" Is Comment at Close of Trailing. ..8Ti:iCI, GAINS XEAK1.V 2 TOINTS <4? *?,# : Advance in Some of International Issues Almost Spectacular?Total Turnover in llonds Is More Tlian '?< S3,000,000. rt BV UHOAUAN tVAI.I.. V'*W YORK. March ?"?"When the market ; J'h?? fire. i: wHt l-urn up like tinder." r?- ^ n?-ked nn active trader r.*. the opening h "y ;i, somebody put the match to prices" w > * the comTuent at the close. steel w.n strong gaining nearly ; point!" - on quiet huvhr that startled the !?rt? * shert Interest Pittsburgh has the s'orv pi thst the Steel Corporation I* operating '? r iwf cent of capjoltv although the public D. hiv? been Informed th^t only per .-en! of lis th? plants are In operation g ~he advano )r some of ih> Internationa! '??uts ,t uiost spectacular I'nion Pa > 1c ro?? tloit lo i'ai Pacific I rained ntor? than 1 point* whil...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

it"' ?"F ADMITTEDLY THE REST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS- * . IKIED ADVERTISING. J'JBLK|?HOMC VOUH WANT? TO ; . THIS TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 I HA.NDOL.ril ; ' .WANT AD. HATES. DAILY ono cent a wprd when paid In ??1vinos: No a<l. taken for le*a than W cents. h&nj>ay. one anil one-half cents n word for .rtll -\1a*Hined ads. except Situations Wantfpit ifj. on<! cent n tvuro. No ad. taken for '.fais.i. Uiuii' lo cents. Ntt tHken for leas tlian 25 cents when ? i'hac^vd- or iiinuusJ In. i'lioneil orders not. at\pj'unt<M;il. ClstiaincHtluns :"?? "-vur-ux-^?iV'nhw r. p. ?.? 1J. '? JJ?J ?= s.. . | ? ? ... ..WANT AD> COPY Kor publication In the classified columns must . . bo received ut tho olllee of pubS'oatlon, 10 South Tenth Street, P@{fpr@ 9 Po Mo to Insure proper classification lit the next day's 1 issue. lRsc!hinni?di T irne a-D n s p a ft c la 1 OEATIIS. WAHEN.?Died, March 4. l!>lf. at 11:40 A. M., KltNKS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 March 1915

THE BEST BARGAINS ?n often advrrttaed In thn CtawtlH rolnmni. (irt <hr hnfclt ?f vtadlac the want ad*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO KEEP INFORMED V Ob matter* of Importance la city. State and nation, you need but read ' THE TIMES-DISPATCH "The chopping Center * The Last of Mrs. Rorer's Series of Lectures on Cooking It takes place to-day In the Miller & Rhoads Annex, Sixth Street ?11 to 1 o'clock?and the price of adniissJon for those not already enrolled is 75c. Your last opportunity to hear this famous culinary expert discuss phases of better housekeeping that already have proven so valuable to women. MRS. RORER'S FAMOUS GLASS1 PIE PLATES AND RAKING MSIIKS will be demonstrated and ou Bale at .the following prices: The Pie Plates 05c. The Raking Dishes $1.50 This is the first time Glass Cooking Dishes have ever been shown here. Their use marks a new era in baking, as no burning is possible. The "Tennis" Blouse Is New! Nothing just like it or quite so fascinating lias ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

THE BEST BARGAINS nre often iiilrrrtlnrd In (lie I'lnnnltlrd rtiluinnn. <irt (lir linblt of rruOliiK IHf wnnt nil*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH START THE WEEK RIGH tly plnclnic nn ortlrr for thfi ilnlly drlt>rry to your home Of office of THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth YEAR vol,I'M 13 as m; MIIF.lt ?0 'J PHICP; FIVE CENTS BIG SHIP,AFIRE, IN TOW OF UNER Steamer La Touraine Being Rushed to Nearest English Port by the Rotterdam. MANY ANSWER DISTRESS CALL Captain of Convoying Vessel Prepared to Transfer Passengers if Necessary. I Special Cable tn The Times-1 dspatch ] I.ONDO.V. March 7. With a lire in litr hoM burning fiercely, the French Line slcamcr La Touraine win picked 'in soon .after midnight by tin* 11o 1 - land-American I i i> ? i Rotterdam. an<l is being towed t" the neai-est Knglish port. An Knglish warship will he at her side before <layll>;ht, and will convoy the two liners to safety When Ihe first call for help wan (lashed ac...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

ussians on Offensive in Most oj Eastern Operations | Miring the outer strait of mines fcn<h ships are keeping ni> ~ rdmont from tin <5ulf ??f Saros f!Smyrna Is the chief < it> ;?: d seapoit Asiatic Turkey. It is the west juit, at tho head of the ??ult 01 jlVri a, about -00 miles southwes. ? jsl itttlnop.e. \vlth wlii' li ls k'"' |(eCf t by rail vi? the liosporus 'p;ii . mode .'li ami part nnci.'ii . ivr'.a has/one of the tlnest 11:i?t>?>. *- 'thi- Mediterranean Most < : (ts ? n It and import trad*', whh li ,l!s ti? $..",0,000,000 a \ea> ?- w 1,1 Uriti? In. British KnM Indian squadron havi cpiiio i"to the Mi l,; n through the Suez i' i ?<> ?< homlmriliiipnt of Smyrna c.i- |' .* Is intended to rut off nil 1 ?? base of suj.pl>- .- from Constant >r . The fall "f I IM thC Till I'lillMre of Ivloll C\ kl j 'onstantlnople from Kuropc Smyrn...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Fashion Days First Quality Is the Primitive Principle of the Cohen Merchandising It's a time and a market now for small prices, and this store carries the escutcheon of good help to all that come. The newest styles, the accepted fashions and the best prices?not here and there, as a sign-post for gaining confidence?but the rock-bottom values that every possibility permits in the buying. With E^traordinaYy^ Progress of Special Prices DAYLIGHT STORE S>"RICHMOND. O W W O The Leading Fabrics A^JlJL^jKVla3 of Spring Fashion The weaves and colors that will bo most wanted are all here, with the selection of care that admits'of no possible error. We study styles in every phase as presented in Europe and America, not only as to goodness and wear, but shades, colors and styles as well. $8.75 Now 1015 Novelly Cloth. Chiffon and other materials, latest creations for evening and dinner dresses, from to 40-inch All Silk Crepe ?le Chine, every light evening color and dress shade. These p...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

EMI ASSEMBLY Will RECONVENE TO-MORROW Special Committee Has Prepared Final Draft of New Tax I.hws. ir BtFAV PLAN FOR INTANtJim.KS Would Deelare General Amnesty to Ta* Dodgers and Stan Clean With 1P1B Assessment?Session May Not Last More Than Week. Ti? General Assembly will reconvene thf State Capitol to-morrow inprnire >llowing a recess of three weeks ilpvernor Henry C. Stuart will arrivp lerc this tnornins from hi? country feme in Russell County, where lie has >er\t the last week recuperating after a ?r:ef attack of illness. A few member? each branch of the Legislature will if probably come in during the day. but e .he jrreater number will no; arrive until k J^norrow morning H' r^urinK the last three weeks the .toint ^ f-.Simittee on Tax i.a^xs to which the }? "y of compiling a batch 'f Mils de1 ;^?*ned to re nioic Till points of Ol'.tVi. ! )Dween the nev\ ??. ijregatlor, tax law? ' iDi the ex.s!:r.e code was delegate'!, been dilicently at work. The joint ' Sn...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Move Assiduously Prepared For by1 JofTre and French for Past Four Months. FIRST IIKIIAK IN WHAT II Kit Approaching Gigantic Struggle Itegardcd Willi Cnquallfled Optimism in Great liHtuin, France and Huh*ia?Russians Push Invaders Hack. IjOSv/s. March 9? The -ml of the thirty?nrst week of tli<? war, bringing 'he firsi ?'t<ns of improving weather after a hard winter, finds th?> allied artnl'-H in th" w est nenrlv ready for the concerted offensive for ivlilcli <I? ? 51?ral Joffr<" am! Fluid Marshal French have hfrii assiduous! v preparing for '?hir month*. From the haa, through the dunes of I'landers to Arras, France. the Kritish md Belgians appear to have withstood wuccessfulty all attempt* to br?*nk their linns; whlb from Arras to th<- Vokk^ Use French continue t?? no slow !;. forv\ ard. Progress in the Champagne ha* been: moat pronounced, although the <;er-| mail'* exact n heavy price at every step. Here the...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

UNEARTHED U WORKMEN llones of Northern Man Disturbed in Resting Plnce on Old Battlefield. REMAINS OF CLOTHING POIND Several Times Recently Ghastly Relics of Civil War Have Been Uncovered at City Point During lv*cavations for Du Pont I'lant. PETERSBURG. VA . March <"? ?In "ging: gravel on the farm of W. F. .iwrcncf, In Prince ('.i-orce County, csterday. to bo used for the Improve".<?11 of the Baxter Road. skeleton uiis unearthed. The I.awrcnee f irm is ; only a short distance from Petersburg. | t>ut was within the Federal lines Our- I ?tar the seige of this -olt\ . The skele- i ton was that of a I'ninn soldier, iudg- I if from the army bottons and buckle 1 round with it. There was also found w Ith it a watch, metal chain made of , nitatlon cold dollars. The hones were i .Veil decent burial On several occasions recently durlg the progress of the railway itti- | rovements at the Du I'ont works at i ity Point skeletons have been un- : rthed. In one insta...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

Monroe Phillip*, Lumberman, Slayh Four Before He Is Shot to Death by Policeman. MORE THAN DOZEN WOl-NDKD Stands on Prominent Corner in Front of Drug Store'nnd Fires at Random?Blamed Others for His Financial Difficulties. RRCNSWIt'K, V:a.. March 1>?-Four men wuc shot ami K i llod and five others seriously wounded here to-day hy Monroe Phillips, a lumberman, who Ami at random on the street Phillips himself was hilled by a policeman who sought to arrest him. One of the men hilled was H. f. Dunwoody. a prominent attorney. Phillips lj> said lo have lost coiisiderai,u money recently In real est ale transactions. and blamed others for his financial diftlculile* In addition to Dunwoody and Phillips, the dead are. W. M llarketl, an undertaker: flex Heavers, a policeman. and W. P. Padgett, n former policctnan. Several of the wounded are prominent clti/.cns of Brunswick Phillips first went to the otriee of Mr. ,1 >uiiwood* and opened ftr? on the lawyer with .in...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

CLOSING NIGHT SCHOOLS BRINGS STING PROTEST Henrico Citizens Want Free Kduratlonal Facilities for Prisons Past School A uo. RESOLUTIONS A Hi : AI?OPTKl> Taxpayers, Aroused l>y Kecent Closing Order, Sound Protest in MassMeetitif; at Highland Sprint's?Petition Legislature to ('liange Code. Aroused by orders issued las' Wednesday afternoon directlnv; trachers of h>"* several n -.siit school}! in Henrico County to close their schools forthwith. citizens of Highland >;>r nus in ?nass-meetinc last nipht adopted rcsnutions asUinu State authorities for ltowcr to reopen the night schools. and ?eouestinc IeR:slation to abolish that section of tli* State code which provides that adults attending public schools shall pay tuition fees. The ^atherinic was attended by fifty or more enthusiastic citizens. Pr. C. T. Collins presided as chairman "f the meetinc, and I'. I'. Fty as secretary. Statements regarding the situation were made by \. i&...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

MEDICAL SCHOOL PLANS CONCLUDING EXERCISES Mod leal College of Virginia Will 11 < ?ld Annual Commencement <111110 I. \yiiiL i:ni) st/cciossn i. ykak! Diplomas Will He Awarded t<? 10-4 1 .Mcmlici's of Craduat injj Class. ! Many Improvements Made in Hon-' pital mill in Facilities of College. What has probably been tin; most sue- , '?essful year hi the history of tlio Med?<al Colbue <?f Virginia will conclude I w lieu the annua! commencement vxcra: u liclil on Tuesday, June !. la; tlio City Auditorium. Slanyars Wilson will be the orator for the occasion, and the baccalaureate nermon will he preached on Sunday, May 30, by Hcv. 1 TJiomas A. Smoot, I?. !?. pastor of Cen- i ti-nai v .Methodist Church. The senior classes ate as follows: i ui' iiii-ine, t<<;!; dentistry, 1!?; pharmacy, ; J t ; si til -i from \'nrl li Caroline Medieal Col)<completing courses here, '.'1; total fiijriiIn Kraduatitii; classes....

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

FINCH AND HAIE NEARLY LOST TO THEIR COUNTRY Millie Serving ns Kngllsh Ofllrer* During Itncr War Narrowly Ksrnpe<l Drowning. SAVKD nv MKKKST rilANFF. Without Those Two, Position of \ffnirs in Western Theater of War. Would He Very Different From What It Is Now. !>ON'PON, March r,~ \ lucky e?iar>e f.-otn drownltm b\ two HnpUsh officers curing tlio l.uer War urolmMy 's responsible for such success as so far has been iiclilcvd 1-? the British it* pedltionary force new tlgntlng against trio Kaiser's legions in i- ra'icf. During the fighting in Si-utii vf-:-.'. rn the (la> of General ?*t ??:iJ?* - mom - orable surronnpr, n British general started to foil! a sti*am The railing torront frightened his ?-o. which renred. slipped and foil. Tin ?-???ra-ia I whs llnnir into tin- ?al>r Ills assistant adjutant -gene nl lushed to the resell'-. 11:- ? ' ai i:i':. t"". catno frightened !>;. tin water and Ml For a moment th< l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 March 1915

MIKE DONLIN MAY! COME TO RICHMOND Former Pinch-Hitter With Giants May Be Seen in Action Here. DUNN LANDS JOHNNIE BATES Outfielder With Reds Signs Virginian Contract?Big Leaguers Manage Team. Mike Donlln, pinch hitter with the* New York Giants last yrar. will. In .ill probability, be seen in art ion here 'ills summer Mike is on# of those dropped liv the twenty-one-player rule adopted by tin- majors, ami is known 1 o be casting about f.?r a berth. While Manager .lack iMinn has made 110 announcement, it Is reported from authentic Hoursres thai the veteran outllebler will sign with hlin If the deal Is not consummated, Itonlln may be put in charge of the Jersey <"ity team, but he Is more likely to be see;, with the Vlrslnlans. Secretary Wicks la?t tiiulit stated that h- was not informed in regard tii the Dotillti UPRot lation*. He stated, however, that lie knew l>unn and lionliii were warm personal friends, and that the latter often express?*Jl a wish to be with Dun...

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