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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 November 1914

$itfimoni) Cime?-f)tepatcl]! THB TIMES, Kounded 1SSS nilS DISPATCH. Fouudcd 1850 t'ablliihfd fffry day In the year by The TlmciDlapateh Publishing Company, Inc. Addrean nil oommunlcatloD* to THE TIMES-DISPATCH. 'Ptmea-Diapntcli IlutldtuR, lo South Tenth Street, nicbmsadt Vm. iblephom:, nANuoiii'ii 1 Publication OIRit 10 South Tenth Street South Itlehmond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg; 100 North Sycnmore Street lirnchburK 218 Eighth Street lIASDnOOK, STORY A DltOOKS, INC., Special Advertising Representatives. v Ncvr York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual 1,1 fo IliilldliiK CIiIcbho 1'cople'i Ga* Ilulldlnn SUBSCRIPTION HATES UY .MA Ili One Sis Three One I'USTAGE PAID Year. Mos. Mos. Mo. | Dally and Sunday *0.00 5*3.OO $1.50 * .55 I Dally only 4.00 2.00 t.OO .:?5 ] Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 j Ily Timrs-lllapntoh Carrier Delivery Service In nichraond (nnd suburbs) and Petersburg! llally vrlth Snndny, one Tveelc 15 centa Daily rrlthout Sunday, one rreclt 10 cents Sunday only I'entn ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 November 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes RECEPTION FOR MISSES PEASANTS AND TYLER c< <6> ? Womau'M to.Hold Flr?t >1 anient ut ScaV 'n ThlM Afternoon?Enn * KaAeraouU Anuoun<!?d. Several interesting events will onKage the attention of society this afternoon. Alias Roberta Kyle Pleasanta and Miss Mary Lyon Tyler will bo guo?tB of honor at a reception thin ttfternobn given by Mrs. Reginald Gilliam ' and lMIbs Virginia Ploasanu, from 5 to 7 o'clock, at th(;!r home, 11 12. Franklin Street. Hoth aro debutants of the ?ea:son, and MIsb Tyler Is tho daughter of Judge' D. Gardiner Tyler, of the Fourteenth Circuit, and Mrs. Tyler. Mrs. j Tyler wa?, before hor marriage, Miss Mary Morris Jones, of Richmond, and I has many relatives and friends throughVout the State. A largo audience will go to tho Woman's Club this afternoon at 4:30 ' o'clock to attend the llrBt musical of ? the season there. Mrs. A. 13. Gulgon Is chairman of the afternoon n...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 November 1914

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the Soil or Are Interested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inqulrln and communication* nddrrMrd to The Ttmea-Dlapatch will rccclvc prompt Attention. Thin department >vlll.appear each Monday, and contributions or nugKCitlonn will be welcomed. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Trackers and Gardeners?Queries and Answers FINISHING YEARLINGS IN CONFINES OF DRY LOT Professor J. II. Skinner writes: Several years ago Professor Cocliol, who was then my associate In the Department of Animal Husbandry, assisted me in an experiment in finishing yearling calves In dry lots as compared to the pasture. The results obtained may bo briefly summarized as follows; Calves, given a full feed of grain from November to May, made moro rapid and cheaper gains, obtained a higher* finish, sold at a higher price and returned :i greater profit fed In it dry lot than when finished on tho pasture m The full-bred ca...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 November 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH YI5AII ADMITTEDLY the best medium in THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. TKLKPHONK VOUn WANTS TO , THE TIME3-DI8PATCII flAXDOWH 1 1 HA>'UOLI>II WANT AD. IIATICS. cne cent a word when pal?l in ad\anc?. No ad, taken for loan thun 10 ccnt?. I ar<l one-half cciittt u word for ttii clneeltlcd nds. except .Situation* Wanted fit one cent n word. No ad. taken for loss iliau lu cent*. ta'ten r?r lo*n than 2S cents when .liaieed or phoned !s. l'horiud orders not attar":! W?i> j^,!t'!l'"lcat,onM ,l0t B'l.iranteeu iXJftl1 AND FOUND j-JTRAYED or stolen, mult' French 1 poodle, 5 months old: feet ami noso .rlmmfcd. Reward If returned to 400 West Marshall. Phono Mudlson 3723. ? ECOME railway mall clcrka: J75 month. Examinations coming. Sample .^""atlons free. Franklin Institute, IE??P1. 429-T, Rochester. N. Y. 'OST, Saturday, diamond ring, Tiffany $20 rowartl If returned to i07S-jCMt Graco street. or Cftll Madison AJST. dark rod cow with ke...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 30 November 1914

iW ? STREET Whlch w?y to - Go; a Classified SIGN TELLS THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1914. THE LATEST Proinlho moat as ? d e p e n d a ble WAR NEWS * a ? . round dally Id THE TIMES-DISPATCH 'fi! Announce a Special Sale of Lu xurious FURS Those who intend to "give Furs" as a Christmas remembrance, and those desiring them for their own use will find this an ideal occasion to purchase them. Handsome Fur Coats and Sets of Furs, separate Muffs and Scarfs; also special Furs for children. Extensive varieties and unusually attractive prices. It is important for you to know that every piece of our Furs is accurately marked; that all are ABSOLUTELY NEW, this season's Furs, and that they represent the new and correct Fur Fashions for this winter. Fur Coats Very handsome high lustre Coats of Hudson Seal, Near Seal, Pony, Caracul and other furs; the special prices range from $70.00 to $150.00. Newest, shapes in Black Fox Sets, $65.00 up. Nippon Mink Sets, $38.50 up. Handsome S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

THE DECREE f? Ib roflected dally OF FASHION tteHousebold THE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,916. 1 ' WANT TO V?r f T?1 S** Advertiseqpi f OI1T? n,?nt 'n Business. ^ ^ 1 ' Cbauccs Column, THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAK PRICE 2 CENTS. RICHMOND, VA.% TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES TO-DAY'P r?T HTrnV WEATHER ULUUUl BLAME SQUARELY PUT ON GERMANY BY YELLOW BOOK France Issues Official Statement Dealing With Causes of European War. PLANS CAREFULLY LAID LONG BEFORE OUTBREAK Secret Documents Tell of National Policy Adopted by Kaiser and Advisers. SOUGHT TO CRUSH FRANCE Immediate Absorption of Belgium and Holland i'art of Program.. I'A nit?, November 30.?The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs to-day made public: a yellow book bearing on the causes of tho present war. TIiIh volume Is much more completo than publications of tills nature Riven out up to the present time hv other governments. The Frcnrh report is devoted prlinarlly to a recital of the negotiations which followed the delivery of t...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

Near Lodz ,'fj * '? ublo career. The seventieth birthday anniversary of tho Queen Mother Alexandra will lie celebrated to-mor-row. ? Dutch papers say tho Germans have Imposed an Indemnity of $7,000,000 monthly on Belgium for the duration of the war for the maintenance of the troops, and, in addition, $73,000,- , 000 as a war levy for neutrality viola- ! Hons. Luxemburg reports that the Germans have paid a substantial sum for damages resulting from their occupation of the grnnd duchy. kino george IN FHAXCK TO visit HIS TROOPS LONDON. November 110 <S:G0 P. M.). ?Tho olllclal press bureau announced to-day that King George had gone to Franco last night to visit tho general headquarters of the British expeditionary force*. The King was accompanied by his private secretary, Baron StamfordliRtn, his equerry, Major Wlgram unci other members of his suite. Tho party left Buckingham Palace last night and proceeded across the channel. GERMANS IX BELGIUM IIBMAIX ON DEFENSIVE PARIS. No...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

'Sit CUTIER5 HEIDI FOR LONG WIHTEH CRUISE I'atrol of Atlantic Coast Begins December 1 and Continues to April I. TO KEFP CONSTANTLY AT SKA Acushnet Assists British Schooner Off Hhoal and Also a Disabled Vessel. McCuIloch at Scene of Wreck of Hanalel. WASHINGTON. November 30.?Winter cruising by vessels of the Revenue Cutter Service begins at 12:01 A. M. Tuesday next. Until midnight of March 31, 1915, tho rovenue cutters on the Atlantic Coast stations, from Eastport, Me., to Savannah, Ga.. will keep at sea constantly on, lookout for ships In distress. For the past week or ten days revenue cutters have been taking aboard extra stores, heavy towing hawsers and cruising gear. They arc now all ready to start service. Oftentimes the revenue cutters have little to do for weeks at a time. Then comes a spell of. bad weather. Calls for aid come so thick and fast that It may be difficult to dccldc which call to answer first. Kach season shows increased efficiency on the part of the revenue cutto...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

ACCURATE ACCOUNTS OF ACTIVITIES OF ATHLETES BALTIMORE FEDERALS AFTER RUBE liRQHD (limits' l'itchor Would Fit Well In Terrapins' Line-Up?Also Trying to Land Catcher ArcliOr. 1IAXS HAS SIGNED Philadelphia National's Third Sacker Said to Have Attached Signature to Contract?Stock to He Increased at Annual Meeting. H.\I,TIMOHI3. MP.. November 30.? When the stockholders <>f the Haiti - more Federal league Club author 011 bpci'inbci' it for tliolr tirst annual meeting they will 1m> called upon to ?b i-t a now board or fllrrutore, mid then consider a proposal to Increase the capital stock The capital stock now is about $300.uilO, and something loss than ilO.tluo additional Is desired. This money, in the opinion of the directors, is required as a working 'fund and an insurance I policy as well. New players are n>'eiled to kiroitgtlien tlie team. Ulld there) is 110 douht that thev can he secured. I ?There will lie no trouble about increasing tlie ca...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

I PETERSBURG METKODIST PREICHDIS DISCUSS CONDITIONS Tlioy Seek to Car? for' the Many People Who Are Without . , Employment. NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED ? . u-. t ? Xcgip Convict, Who Escaped From Roud Camp and Won Captured, Ib Tukcn to Drumwick for Trial. Child Has Narrow Escape. [Hpoclal to The Times-Dispatch.] PET I2RSBUIIG, VA? November ?0 ? The Methodist preachers at tholr weekly nicotine to-day, reorganized l>jt electing the following officers: president. liev. S. J. Brown: secretary, He v. W. J. Watt; treasurer, Rev. J. II. IIoJloway. Tho pastors made reports ot largo and attentive congregations at the services on Sunday, and Informally dlficu.secd several matters of Interest, especially the depressed condition?, which have caused so many persons to ho temporarily thrown out of employment. The Rev. B. F. Bipscomb, D. IX, presiding older of tho district, stated that steps arc being taken to sond the ltev. W. F. liayes, pastor at Chester, 10 Capevllle, across the Chesape...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

Entered Jnnunry 27, 1905, at Richmond, V?? an sccoml-clnss mailer under net of Congress of March 3. 1870. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. A WORTH-WHILE GIFT?You can make your friends happy every day In the year hy Mending them a subscription to THE RICHMOND TIMES-DISI'ATCH Shopping DAYJ> BEFoee cHRisrms TOO^Y IS THE best of ^OR DOiniG YOU ft 3 -SHOPPING A Voice Prom North Carolina THERE is a real pleasure in giving space on this page to-day to the chant of a North Carolina friend who, perhaps, is worrying and grieving still over a Thanksgiving Day Incident. Naturally, under such circumstances, he looks around for such stray crumbs of comfort as fell from the table at the Thanksgiving feast, and it must be admitted that he has picked up enough to make a very respectable meal Who will begrudge him its complete enjoyment? No loyal Virgintan, certainly, for in this State we want everybody to bo as happy as the circumstances permit. Sing on, Tarheel "Reader." We like to hear the ha...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

Household _3C> O p, (-* I p nr \7^_ Personal Interests OV/ liL X X Notes RICHMOND GERMAN CLUB ISSUES INVITATIONS l lrst Dance of Winter Heaaon to Be Held on December 14?Debutante Deception. invitations havo boon lasuod for tho scries of dancos that will bo tflvon tliis aoaaon by tho Richmond German I'loli. These affairs, which are notably llio moot exclusive society functions o( the winter, will take placo on alternate Monday ovonlngfl, beginning Dc* comber 14 from 9 to 12 o'clock, In the ballroom of the Jefferson Hotel. The "tirHt Monday" Is tho most Important date on tho debutanto's calendar, since that dance marks her formal presentation to society here, and no girl may attend any of tho ontortalnmcnts of the club without an. Invitation from the board of governors. Those Invitations are still sont out In an oldfashioned, quaintly-ahaped envelope, a duplicate of which has been the pattorn for theso cards ofr many years, and the customs and manners of this, tho oldest so...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

STEM/IDE* PUN REMIT FOH COMMITTEE Ordinance for Aequisition of Prop* erty 011 Fourteenth Street to Bo Considered December J l. RELIEVE CONGESTION" After Nearly Two Years' I/clay, City Tukes Up Problem of Providing Adequate Approaches for Mayo llrhlgc?Alternate Plan Suggested. Pursuant to tho recommendation of tn? C ouncil Committee on Streets Cltv Attorney Pollard Is now engaged in putting Into tlie form of an ordinance tho Committee's decision to recommend to the Council the widening of Fourteenth Street in accordance with the proposition submitted bv K. S Hose and his associates. The "completed ord nance will be laid before the commlttie at Its next regular meeting, on December 11 when It will bo sent on to the Council for adoption. At the last meeting of the Street ..Hnl r?MU Was fo"n,l thrit thc blue print of the property to be acquired prepared by city Knglnecr Polling] while it showed the boundaries of thc properties in question, omitted thc ?? ">? owners. City Atto...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

DR. WIRT T1SS1N WILL LEGTORE TG ENGINEERS Inventor of Method of Determining Defect* in- Steel Speak* Here To-Night. ADVISER OP KRUPP WORKS Noted Metallurgist and Chemist Will Illustrate His Remarks by Lantern Slides and Micrographs?Lecture Is Open to Public. . Dr. Wirt Tassln. of Washington, inventor of a method of determining defects In Btool, will spoak to-night under ?tho aUBplcoa of the Richmond Society of iSnglneera. Tho mooting will bo held in tho *audltorlum of Virginia Mechanics' Institute, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, Tassln Is ono of tho most noted metallurgist* and chemists In the world. HIb method for testing ntoel hns revolutionised thnt Industry.- It In used extensively by the United StateB government in testing Its cannon and by tho Krupp Ouu. Works In touting the big cannon turned out for tho dor'maii government. The locturo will be highly technical, and will bo lllustratod by lantern slldos and micrographs. Tho subject taken by Dr. Tassln will bo "Some Causes for Fail...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

MUSKET FOB SB KB) BMW KEDEO Its Absence Is Emphaslied by Quiet Resumption of Dealing In Bonds. buying almost impossible Houses Seeking Shores Have to Shop Because of .Scarcity of Offerings l\?llowing Tying Up of Speculative Accounts. BY II ROAD AN WAM-' NEW YORK. November Jf>.?Where there I* Intcrested'ln avtt" market kr??>a t'h'ls* market* ^ the #lc"cum?tarice? have oombt^ to restrict offerings of shares, and houses with bu>ing orders have literally to, -'hop-* until lhc> cin And offerings. ThU of offnrinvK i? the result of the t>inK UP ?i%vx??pVihKi.r .'c'srJli; ss?tore the horse. Arnonn the active oona houses few are willing to go on rec?{"? ** believers In higher prices for fixed' Hons as bonds are termed. Although ineie Is a temporary dearth of fresh offerings I the local market there will H J flooi* new Issues with the turn of the > ear. w nicn v III ? ?t tbllsh o standard values not foreshadowed b" present pric...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH YBATt ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YUUR WARTS TO TUB TIM 138-DISPATCH IANDOLVII 1 lllANDOLFIT WANT AD. RATE8. Mlf.V; rni< cctit a word when paid In adI ratio*. No ail. tnkon for Ices than 10 cents. ft'N'DAY, one unU one-half cents a word for >*><) clnsislllod ads. except .Situation* Wanted I at one cont a word. No ud. taken for less than IS acuta. kO ADS. taken for less than 23 cents when ] OiiirBPtl or phoned In. Phoned orders not S'luranteed. Classifications not guaranteed after, p:30 J', ii. LOBD AND FOUND Lost, automobile crank betwoen LornJ bardy und. First StrcctB. Reward. Randolph 2337. liOST, grcon und black buggy robe, nefcr Avesthampton public school. Howard If returned to J. E. Rayford, carc tiles Shoo c:o. .OHT, Thursday, November 20, on Southern Hallway train, betwoen Vushlngton and Richmond, gentlenan' swatch and chain. Howard if reurnetl to Cli North Twenty-third ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 1 December 1914

LI LLIAN l'?m?dforbe.u^ Rlicop. , " '"rll,g "?"?l'1 KU55t,LL just for women in THE TIMES-DISPATCH WANT ADS Whether you seok a position WILL HELP or an empi0ye THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. J Store Closes Every Day at 6 o'Clocfa Fhe Splendid Service of This Christmas Store Now comes the boast; also tho PROOF of tho well-organized Store Service of MILLER & RHOADSX The rush is here?a ceaseless arrival of people, a steady pressure upon our well trained sales force; a steady demand upon our abundant stocks; an unending demand upon our delivery system. Each year has taught us what are the weak links, and each year these links have been strengthened, and this Xmas as a result, the STORE SERVICE that means so much to every one of our patrons is more nearly perfect than it ever has been. The nearer we get to Xmas, the wiser it is, however, to shop early? the morning hours are best?say between 8:30 and 11 o'clock. There'll be plenty of quick, obliging sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 December 1914

NUMBER 19,917. PRICE 2 CENTS. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2,1914.?TWELVE PAGES CLOUDY TO-DAY'S WKATHKK PEACE AND ORDER BEING RESTORED IN CITY OE MEXICO Forces of Villa and Zapata Arc Bringing About Normal Conditions. COURTESY AND KINDNESS SHOWN ALL FOREIGNERS. Washington Delighted With New j Turn of Affairs in Neighboring Republic. HKSSAGKS ARK HK ASSURING Tone of Official Dispatches More Optimistic Tlian for^Many Weeks. WASHINGTON. December 1.?Optl- j nilntic report* showing that the Villa- | Zapata coalition, supporting the pro- i visional government of Kulallo Cutler- | i "T.. i** kcopliis order In Mexico City j ?iwl ie*toring normal conditions. were! made public to-rtaj at the State De- ! partmeni. Two dl'ip.it<?!>?.'<? f oni American Con - j fill Killti>i:ir. nml the Hrazlllan minis-*; tvr at Mexico t'll v. read to President] V,"IUoii ;upl his Cabinet by Secretary! Dry an. wet- given out In paraphrase] tOr-ulzht. They show that...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 December 1914

Titanic Battle on Eastern Front Still Without Decision ? . tfrom Reu tor's correspondent at Sltiis. tTho roaring: of heavy guns has boon jheard all day. and houses as far away t^as .Sluls nro shaken. T Inhabitants of all villages within *onehour's march of the Yser battle {front have been sent away. i 'SORTIE AGAINST TllfiXCltES IS WITHOUT SUCCIISS ? PARIS December 1.?The following voineial communication was it-sued by Jtho War Office to-night: t "In Belgium the Clermun infantry has {essayed, without success, a sortie ^aghlnst those trenches to the south of *i)lkschoote betwwen Bethutie Htid Lens. JAfter n rather brisk affair, we eapgtUred the chateau and the park of CVerineiles (south of tlio Lys Hiver). | "In tho Argonne we have advanced ?appreciably in the wood of Laftruria. * "On the rest or the front there is ^nothing to report." JVIENNA SAYS Itl'SSI.W ; DUPK.lT IS SKVEIIG ft D1SRLIN. December i (via wireless *to London).?It is officially reported jfrom Vienna that tlie Russian...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 2 December 1914

BIJOU'S CUR TO END IS BOOPUt HOUSE One More Week to He Provided, Alter Which Stags Will Buffer on Mondays. n'uill'olu THEATRE follows" .lako and Otto Wells Unable to .Obtain Character of Shows Contracted For, and Prefer to Bar That Form of Entertainment. Burlesque In Richmond Is on Its last leyn, ono more wcclc, ending december 12, and tlie proud eminence of forming a spoke of tlic Columbia Amuse- j ment Company's "Auxiliary" Circuit will no longer bo Richmond's. j Mcssm. Jako and Otto Wells, who KUidc the destiny of the HIJou Theatre i and shape Its ends?however Its audiences may rough-hew them?announced last night that, so far as burlesque In Norfolk and In Richmond was concerned, they were "done. 1 be i career of tho Bijou Theatre as the home of burlesque?and "home" Is good In connection with burlesque?will come to an ond on December 12, and the Academy of Music In Norfolk will also be shorn of thai particular form of Klory on December l'fi. It has born generally understood up an...

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