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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

DniMii Itv Turin mi ?.l<-nn. "FIJ.SrrtMT \M!LSCN llrsTrn l?y J. Held o In lliiruHI. I>i*s>wii liv Wriiy llnrkrr. Dravru liy IlcK-n Slmona. D/?ivii hy stunrt DuKgin*. l>r*Trii l?.v Irene Robert/ion. Like* Content I'lans. I)<>ar Editor.?1 reckon you think 1 hav? stopped writing for the pice. I a.m point lo stnri anil write regularly. F think It Is a good plan to have a Thanksgiving contest. I have never sent ?nythlnc In a content. ko I think I will try and see how my luck will turn out. I sm sending In a Thanks giving atory and a drawing, which 1 hope io se?* on' of them In print the llrst Sunday In December. lioplnR you und all the mem bers are well. I remain. Vour old member. KTIIB L FIj KTCH E R. Calling for Old Member*. Dear Editor.?1 am late In wrltlr? to our puce thl* week, as we did not get our papers mull 'I'hursdny. but hope I am not too late to liuve the Inclosed drawing printed. Alvln Unttorf has given up his place an a poet for our pape. but has filled it...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

jit ?DS5D . ggggg ?SSffl C.?Straight Down from a Hundred Years Ago Comes This High Waisteo "Lucile" Model cissa O^aaEJ E.?A Tea Gown of Oriental 6llfc. Whose inspiration i? the Orient. m A.?A Suggestion from the Greek in Chiffons. "Lucile" Model. Ggp oftr cassa ?nTStjen ? 0KPC3 CS&l -I Lady duff-gordon, the. famou# "Lu cile" of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world; writes each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and best in styles for ? well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. Inapt red by the "Donkey Girl* of Greuze. "Lucilo" Model. By Lady Duff-Gordon m >W that Paris cannot for the pres ent be looked to (or at leaBt Aezt season's new models, I have many who come to me and say, "Lady Duff-Gordon, what are to be the new lines for the 8prlng?" I tell them I don't know I never do know any more than any one else until 1 actually get to work. New line...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

SOCIAL SERE WORKERS PROVIDE HOME FOR GIRLS Institution la Part of Nurses' Settle ment, and They Want a IMionoxraph. GIIILB .JUST LOVE TO DANCE Could Fill Many Such l'laces?Clubs,} CInsses and Kindergarten Included ii\ Activity?Other Womens' Inter ests and Meetings lor This W'tfek. "We want a phonograph more tlmn ! anything else just now-" II was one! of the girls at the Nurses" Settlement Hoarding Home, at 21 South Beech i Street, who wan spoki-sn an for the eight girls vho live ther*. ami hr.ve I Just th? nicest home imaginable. Thc.v | have eluhi and classes. good meals,, and nice. big. airy bedrooms, hut they | want to dance, antl why not? There is not one over nineteen. an<l who ever heard of a trirl under nineteen who did not want to .dance If she were perfectly normal?antl these girls are? They earn their own livings; make ami remodel their clothes, en- j terfaln their friends just as a girl would do in her own home II she had one. or If her parents wore in Klch inond. In a...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

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Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

When He Wants a bear?Why, He Must Have a Bear! That's All There Is to It <*opyri*Me?I. JM?. by the Ptar Company." Ore.it Drllaln Right* nc?er?e?. mice E>?AR PRETTY BEAR DOEb SHOOK IE. LIKE little. ?, lbEAR? <r~ i know out ?T IS MORE THAN 1 want TO P/V.Y' THIS IS VERY CHEAP FOR THlt) KIMD of fur ?? ISN'T that amice little bear -shook ie? my-my WHAT IS the MATTER with MAMA'S f3ABY Boy c?. HE VANTb TO <,0 BAC.K AND PLAY WITH that BEAR - I THlNKtWEO BETTER <T.O B>ACK ? , HE HAS PLACED LOH^i enough- dear WE MUbT BE <;ett?n^ ,? home!" V? 'ViW* "Yob MObT BE CRAZ-Y I COULDN'T thinkof'.' >t: ? ? li-LCiVE you TWENTY DOLLARS FOR THE BEAR!- ? ALL RIC.ht-' DEAR - THAT IS A CO.OD V 1OEA! IT'S NO 0"d? dear-THE Man ha^s | HO heart! J I'M CLAD I DIDN'T BUY ANY FURS FROM HIM * oh! dear-WHAT CAN WE do TO PLEASE BABY! I'VE COT THE IDEA- we'LL ?QO HOME. AND I'LL PUT The BEAR RL)<i on - I'LlC LOOK. Ju.^T V i-'^E a'b^ar; Ll'STEM-UOVtY I'LLCO back AND SEE if | CAN'T BUY THAT BEAR...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

i woh4d?r\ who that (alkikgto 5ljzamk^ .<; v he> A / ) poitect ) 9tranger VTo ri?' j HAPPY HOOLIGAN He's on His Way Back Home, and He Soitiniy Had a Good Start, oapyngtitrfl .?sl? i>? toe 8u< :<mi:>an> orrat jlrltaln rfisrrvwl /tapthe.c'o1^ i m er^oa&ep To] ha<? gost To / ameraca t m c broke BUT will.) youse take me ^ qverv- i'P soltmly; le>b huch o&uoep^/ rt: \e j)uy<t5i i i 6 oc>\kio towjj \ ta\<? hek To /ii|] !am?r\ca i j we 5av5 yg>u maxf. him weary. . they have wsht. ' Jokj The 5teamer / w/ivt.^allep/ > \ye$?terpav i3teamer3 eorambk'ca ( ?(a^y^ja) V pa3iilslg.er.vi !jS~ 5uz ammi?) { at hoi^e1: ^r-' twa^t toui^ have a wo ip \ v/ith the f i captaina /" AH you art /ert&a<-epv i." / AM ^mgragcp. i i have zh. < graup ^ytt?atriy * top. You. ' ?lt^ $otl>4lw l a e>otp,? ? 1 ^ ?(^ f7-at i5 -Z. ev. /^7 l picture <?? my ?*v \ 1 anigeut que-/' ?m 5he mo-ry ^-^7 / ( &eau"nful-i/^ o^./ llook Ai <? r ^ s mer s ) (clos...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

mxii i $MW$'a dTREET cleaning peparuaent jPinkcy Goes IntotheExpressB** and Starts Off Quite Wcjlli OopfrTittHo*. i?H. by iho Uur Company (lr?tt iH.W?fey..look.ftr the [S|ugS^^EWo^c GAVE. me ! " .? ,f"|SNT >ta\ n BEAUT*?') kAv4D in "Token! of our Wou Overwhelm me VixPPREClAViOM OF you P. ? I shall ALWAYS . \maNY KINDME.3ses WE J 3SS*SURE |rv=g- Vow -To accept Th\S V beyond av.l others' k little. gift from your J^- '? si EMPLOYEES *? r J / fOL)D' ?ett&R ' DRESS for.DINNER., THE smiths AREr . COMING.* / : - '% OH WACT IS FINE*. MR expressman TAKETWIS suit TO the "tailors . and have ft Jessed" jimmy? I \ WAST TO Igettwis ? ft suit PRGSQ OH mamma! PlMKEY IS a'spressmam1 have you GOT, . ANYTHING to spres^ YES. MADAM . ME , <\N' SOXE STAVES1 to Please \ SK&fflb;! ftfe TWI5T HIS T/MU* r? whoa 1 (hey! gitoap! BOXE WHAT^S D'MATTER. W\T VVOUSE?* r ' |M GOMMA GET A whip! NOW, SEE WHAT Youve. done.' HE HEARD YOU TAUON' about whip! " > pink? IWaLV/'i. "WHAT THE matter. "DEAfc?1 ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

\ "' M?{(azin? Features l>> ^VanioiM Artists anil Authors, C Illustrated In Colors SC^ nowmbtr 29. iw?J3H1. i/x.-#- >7v. .. ( _ Mr*. Robert W.'Daniel, Whose First Honeymoon Hnded When Lucien P Smith Went Down with the Titanic, The 8?me Lifeboat Which ? Carried Her to the.Caroathla'Picked Up Mr Daniel, Her Future Second Husband. Basra HE one rift of light penetrating the poll of horror ? resting upon the Titanic disaster of; three years ago ;H has <? been the - series of love romances ?. which cir n|U - cumstances of their rescue brought about in-the ewe.of-several-survivors. The*belated' romanco of Robert W. Daniel and the. young widow:of Luc(en*P. Smith, Just now revealed, belongs.to this category.- Boith were passengers on the Titanic, and both nar rowly " missed' death. They-.were picked up and brought to New\York by;the rescue sUip Carpathla. ? A\ fow. days; ago Mr. Daniel announced that he and. Mrs. EHoisesHughes;Smith were.secretly married last August 18. Bxplelnln...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

How HEALTH Is INJURED by RIDING IN AUTOMOBILES WHEN automobiles took the place of horses and the world began to move a great deal more rapidly In consequence, everybody rejoiced to think that wo were to "nave more sparo time in which to give our minds and bodies recreation. After ten years of this new method of getting about, some of us pause to consider as to whether we are any better off than before in the matter of health and enjoyment, or ?whether in fact wo are not rather the worse. We have certainly had more time to spare, but many of us are inclined to think that we are somewhat like the man who fell over the cliff, when he meant to climb down it; he reached the bottom more quickly, but was not good for much when he got there. In the same way automobile users have discovered that even though their duv's work is shortened, they are usually too tired fo take proper advantage of the time they save. Automobiles have enabled many people to get through more work in a given time. Bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

The Curious Controversy Between the Baroness German Government as to Who Sacked and Looted One of the Most Interesting Chateaux in Northern France The Crown Prince of Germany Whom the Baroness de Baye Ac cuses of Looting Her Chateau. A ILooted Piano From Chateau Thierry ONE of the most curious episodes of the present war in Europe is tho charge that tho German Crown Prince, eldest son of the Kaiser, personally pillaged the Chateau de Dave in France. At first sight it seems absurd to suggest that'the heir to a great Empire, who en joys vast revenues, "would stop to plunder the house of a private nobleman. The charge, however, derives importance from the fact that it is made by the wife of tho owner of the chateau, the Baroness de Have. In a letter to a Paris newspaper, the Matin, she describes just liow the Crown Prince visited her chateau and what he took, ller letter is printed in full else where on this page. It was ai the time the victorious Ger- ' mail movement toward Paris was ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

By Professor John Perry, D. Sc., LL, D. F. R. S. President of the Section of Educational Science of the British Association. VERY man in the street considers that his opinions on education are as pood as those of anybody else. I suppose that almost nobody would refuse to make an after-dinner speech on any kind of education, whereas he would not dream of speaking about geometry or chemistry or physics or physiology unless he had studied these sub Any ordinary citizen thinks himself lit to be a member of the governing body of a school or college, and the disasters due to this belief are worse than what would occur if we gave to such men the command of ships. It is possible that even if we had the science the pedagogues would pay no attention to its principles. Pedagogy is in a worse condition than industrial chemistry, because chemical products can be easily tested as good or bad. whereas the pedagogic product is exceedingly difficult to test. The customer is the worst of judges. The ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

At Last the Tireless Efforts of the American Posture League Induce the New York Subway Car Designers, to Adopt "Correct Posture" Seats in the New Cars f ,The Natural Curve of the Back bone. The Proper Point# Where a Seat Should Give Support Are at the Lower Part of the Shoulder (a), and the Small of the Back (b). The Prevailing Style of Street Car and Pullman Car Seat, Which, Being Padded at the Wrong Place, Pushes the Pel vis Out and Affords No Sup port for the Back. PASSENGERS on the Brooklyn extension of the New York subway will be agreeably sur prised on New Year's Day by finding the seats In the cars really com fortable?that Is, If they happen to be lucky enough to get a seat then or at any time. A thousand new cars with seats of a new hygienic model are being built. The amazing stupidity of the man ufacturers of Pullman cars and street cars Is well known to the general travelling public. Everybody but the manufacturers of the cars have al ways realized that the seats are not b...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

v ' ? I No. 5? Margaret Mcreland No. 3? Maxine Elliott. No. 2?. Nella Pease t * Here, at Last, Is the Comedian's Own Explanation of the Riddle "Why Do Beautiful Nat Goodwin?" (Rm" "Kit Goodwin's Book." Coriyrightal *tid Publkh^d by B*dger, Boston. A S more than thirty years of my life have been devoted to mutrl mony. naturally my autobio graphy demands mention of the wo , men who have born my name. ; "I have been censured somtimcs harshly for my versatility in the se lection of wives, and many have mar- she was one of the most famous veiled at my' fortunate (or unfor- beauties of the burlesque stage In tunate) selections. I have always 187G .she became a member of E. E. been long on the market of home and Rice's "Evangeline" company, in celved, or on some coral reef where sponges predominate. He proved a most absorbing person. "I invited him nrtno tn snpnil n fpw Senator" of the cata logue, Maxine Elliott. ? Mr. Goodwin first met her at a dinner party ^ in San Francisco on the eve o...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

NevThingxCveryVtfomanOught to Know Mar Irwin. A Few Delicious Desserts By May Irwin. NOW that cold weather is here the thoughts of all of us who are fond of good things to eat turn more than at other seasons of the year to des serts. This is why I believe my friends will welcome this news about pie3, cakes and other good things. These are recipes which I have gathered, one here and another there, on my travels. They are all ones which I frequently prepare in my own home and I can vouch for their being delicious If the directions are carefully followed. ORANGE CAKE. corresponds to your needs. Lot it One cup of butter, three cups of coolc until perfectly soft. Drain and sugar, four cups of flour, live eggs, mash until it Is smooth. Beat to one cup of milk. Bent the sugar gellier four eggs and two cups of and butter to a cream. Beat the eugar, and add these to the pumpkin, eggs separately; then add the yolks put jnto the mixture a pinch of salt, to the butter and sugar. Spread one teas...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

The King of Belgium in the Trenches, the Queen Living in a Hospital Tent Nearby, the Two Little Princes and the Baby Princess Being Cared For by . Strangers in England ? ? From the Bust by Victor Rousseau. Albert oi Belgium, Lhe King Without a Country AX oil lire royal family without a home, a King without a kingdom, ami he. King Alberi of Belgium, justly (he most admired miii applauded of all living mouarchs ? that is the inost spectacular, and ? ?lie of the most pathetic, rosults of 1 he firet thrc^ months of (lie European ivar. JJke the humblest of his subjects, who l!ed from their homes at the approach of the German army. Kimx Albert was driven forth and his country forcibly taken away from him. Queen Elizabeth and her throe young children wore hunted from (he royal palace to Brussels, 10 another palace in Antwerp, and then driven to seek safety for the children in a .foreign country ?Ehg and. <,?u?n Elizabeth, no tmore tlmn soldierly King Albert, was looking for safety for h...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 November 1914

READ THE WANT ADS TSey (ell of opportunities for which you may have been look In*? THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS, TO-DAY'S* WEATHER NUMBER 19,915. RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1914. ?TEN PAGES CLOUDY BEGIN TOE WEEK RIGHT lly placing an order for the dally delivery to your- homo or office of THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR WILSON APPOINTS BODY TO SETTLE FUTURE STRIKES Commission Will Deal With Controversies in Colo rado Coal Fields. EXISTING DIFFERENCES \ ARE NOT YET ADJUSTED Hywel Davics and W. R. Fairlcy Will Continue in Efforts to Lead to Agreement. STATKJIKNT BY I'HKSIDKNT Noth Ih)\v, Charles W. Mills Hud Pat rlck Gllday Arc New Conciliators. WASHINGTON. Novenib. r 2f?.?Presi dent Wilson to-night announced ap pointment of Svth Low, of New York: iMtarles \V. Mills, of Philadelphia. ami f'.ilriclt (iildiiy, of Clearllcld, Pa., as a commission through which future dlf f'renefcs between Colorado coal opera - tors anl their striking omplovcs may be settled. The roimnUaioii, offi...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 November 1914

* . , f- ? I ? ? ? - ? - at Various Points in East of Very Stubborn Nature tho dnvR Immediately preceding lt| ?liows that this battle was brought Hbout first by tho allies' attempts to outflank tho Onrmans, who countorsO. ?md then by their plans to inovo to tho northeast to Onent and Bruges, which also failed. After this, the German ofltonslvo began with tho French coast ports as tho objective, but this movement, llko those of tho allies, mot with failure. Field Marshal French given It as j his opinion that tho German losses j have been thrice ns great as those of | the allies, and speaks optimistically ot the future. Tiiere apparently has been 110 de velopment In tho IJalkuu situation, but stress Is laid on the cause of tho Roumanian King's speech at the open ing of Parliament, in which ho said: "I am convinced that, realizing the ituportanco of tho present situation, you will glvo the government every assistance In passing such legislation j as is demanded by tho circumstances and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 November 1914

SACRED CONCERT GIVEN FOR 8ELGIKK RELIEF Largo Audience Hears Program o? Classic Music at Cit)' Auditorium. #110.00 TAKEN IN COLLECTION Kecent Reports to Commissioner Boy* kin 8hou Acute Need of Starving People in War Zone?Virginia ?'"und Now Exceeds $0,000. Approximately 2,000 people .attended tho sacred concert given yesterday af ternoon in the City Auditorium by the rtlclnnond Symphony Orchestra for tho relief of tlie stricken and starving' Bel gians, and $149.09 in cash contribu tions was collected. Professor IV. Henry Baker, under whose direction tho concert wan given, said that he was greatly pleased with the response, and Colonel II. SI. Boykln, chairman of the Virginia State Belgian Hclief Com mission, and George W. Itogcrs, chair man of tho Ulchmond executive com mittee, woro equally gratified that tho effort had been so successful. The concert itself gave a pleasing prospect of what Richmond can afford in the way of musical treats, of music Hint may be appreciated by layman...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 November 1914

.SPORTS] f J) OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES Oespfte Many injuries u? Pliers, Gridiron Warriors Win Highest Honors on Football Fiold. CREDIT DI E TO COACH IJOBSON Tau?l,t Men ItudimetitAry and Fine i olnts of Game and Secured Efll ciency by Scries of Blackboard ?I^,sc Four Stars Next Year. V\Mth tho season brought to a brll over Z,ClUS,?n by" th? V,Ct0ry over tholr ancient rivals-,ha Tollow bTth *t~f.QtUrday' th0 Sphere look oth at the season just pnet and at Cone*"* t?Camo- And Ulchmond rollln r('nt* And "Wrttr. have _ j ? el vor>' P?-?und of tholr tlmo vcry hope This past 6en80n makefi thfl ftecoMd ? ?V0 tlmc thttt th? local college team has ?on first honors In tho Eaat tlm> ? LeaKuo. an,i it is the (lrst Dl^h/l ? >, f"at 'ma bcclt Rccom* teams. hl'tOPy ?f thc Sp,dcr Those who huvo followed with In terest tho athletic fortunes of tho in ther\oUPf,athtnlynnrsI Ar? unanl'"ous factor In th? Suiiior^ *08t Principal game as It Is nfnv? i ?,W ,def0 0f tho leg-fate olrclop t? ? r b&l...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 30 November 1914

:: S P O R T S :: Official Batting Averages . of National League Players . N'KXV YORK. November tn tb( olfltlil btttlns of Katlenal liOARu* player* who participated in ahy manner in *t leaet Uftecrt championship came* ?Jurln* the meoit of ttUi C. A.B. R. It. T.t).' m BB. II.R. S.II. S.B. Pot Wlltae, Geo., N. Y........,..i. it 9 0 0 ? 0 i 0 0 0 .C97 Plot Chan., N*. V.tfti ?IO8fc0lup4.8Trt iXSil!ii c,n<s > 31 <1 6 1? a ? 0 X 0 1 .s<i Ntr&nd, I'aul, Boston.......a.,.,is 24 > g jo a 0 o 9 o .838 n %bcr,,~J,Lke' B^poltiyft ^ k... 128 K ? IH 9)S It 1 8 88 S3 .82f SfffV .P?ai*' J'hi'ppelpJil* i?? 5ii M t?r 53 as s B io 18 .rA 5Jac.k' ^^oklyn |? MJ M ? 110 8tt H 5 I lb so Ji? J,S?k' n?.ookl.y.n 128 4<3 ? I? |J8 U B 1 17 19 .319 >?.?**? ?*rha?- Brooklyn............ 128 41V 63 lfc) lit ltj y> 4 10 28 .|l? 5l*#ee, Sherwood, PftlladolphU 1? HI M 1U 877 ? U 13 14 23 .?? Conholly. Joseph, Boston 130 6?& 64 1? 197 QMP?^4N. Y.. 1M Ml ICO xf? Ml ?15** JL** & Uu 10...

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