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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 3 December 1914

LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About dlidartlj Irmlalae things (hat women mat to knoir? cvrrx dny In THE TIMES-DISPATCH H v WANT AD PUBLlCr P?<? your ganC f? a iltuttva on aatrtctljr baalneaa baata rrhea you advertise la THE TIMES-DjSPATCI ' Richmond STime^Pi^patclj RICHMOND, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914. SHOP EARLY! Early in the Day; Early in the Month! Shop Early! Its importanco justifies the frequent repetition. Don't let the "eleventh hour" catch you napping! Begin early, and. with more time to examine the displays of gift merchandise and to consider the merits of this article or that, there'll be more tlmo to complete your list. And then no ono will be overlooked. Christmas stocks on four great sales floors and in OUR CHRISTMAS FA1K Annex are at their best now. So are the Clorks; so is our service! The whole store bids you welcome. MILLER & RHOADS. WHAT QUEER CAPERS A Ten Dollar Bill WILL "CUT UP" IN OUR WOMEN'S GARMENT SECTION TO-DAY! Suits! Dresses! Coats! (A Sale Extraordinary.)...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of thy nod State the hcit medium In all Virginia la rHE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. ?TWELVE PAGES 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,919. RAIN TO-DAVS WKATIIRR 18 SHOPPING DAYS Are all that remain before Cbrlatmaa. Help othera anil jrourarlf by burin* Knrly. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS. RUSSIANS WITHIN FIRING DISTANCE OF CRACOW ? ? ?' ?'--'w'H GERMANS STRIKE REPEATED BLOWS AGAINST BRITISH: | English Compelled to Meetj One Desperate Assault After Another. GREATLY OUTNUMBERED BY ENEMY.AT MANY POINTS Colonel Swinton Reviews Situ ation for Six Weeks Pre ceding November 26. AI/LTKR in bkttkk position Itccontljr There Is Lull In Operations and Time for Readjust ment of Forces. LONDON. December 3 <5 M.).? '.'olonel 15. I>. Swinton. of the iiitelli department of the KcnTiil staft of the l-iri11??i expeditionary force on the Continent. In ;i narrative dated No vember 26, gives ;i general review of j tho development of the situation of the i force for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

? ? ? = ~ 1 ? '??? " , 1 ~ French Report Successes in Western Theatre of IVar ha? bMn occupied, and we have estab lished ourselves on a line comprising Aapach, iho bridge of Aspnch and Burnhaupt." TO COMPLETE JIIL1TAHV TRAINING IN R(iVPT LONDON, December 3 (2:05 P. M.).? "Australian and New Zealand con? tlngents have been disembarked In Egypt," according to an announce mont of the olllclal bureau, 'to assist In the defense of that country and com plete their training there. YWhen this training Is completed, i they will go direct to the front to fight! with the other British troops In liu* j rope." MATHER MVKIiY AHTIM.KIl V EXCHANGE AW NIEVPORT j PARIS. December .1 (2:.5olp. M.).?The j French ofllcial report, given out inj Paris this afternoon, says that yester day there was a rather lively artillery I exchange at N'feuport and to the south) of Ypres. and that a heavy bombard-1 ment took place to the west of Lens, j In the Argonne, several German at-! tacks were repulsed. Otherwise, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

EUGENE P. LIB NilED TO SUCCEED PflENNEGER Appointed Division Superintendent of Coast Line With Head it quarters Here. WILL DIRECT IMPORTANT WORK Hnilrond Plans to Enlarge Freight Terminals and Greatly Extend Fa cilities at This Point?Division Is All Double-Tracked. Kugene P. Laird, of Rocky Mount, has been appointed superintendent of the Richmond Division of the Atlantic Const Line Railroad, with headquar- J tors here. Tlio new superintendent succeeds Ernest Phenneger, resigned, and has already taken up his now duties. Mr. Laird has boon In the employment of the Atlantic Coast I<lno Railroad for the past olght years. lie Is a railroad ! man of wide experience, having been connected previously with the Haiti more and Ohio Railroad and tho Ohio Rlvor Railroad. Ills first work with the Atlantic Coast Line was as assist ant engineer, and, at the time of his appointment to the superlntendency, ho j was engineer of highways, with head quarters at Rocky Mount. The new superintendent is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

sports 1 JOE TINKER SIGNS WALTER JOHNSON FOR CHICAGO CLUB ] sports] WALTER JOHNSON SIGNS TO PUIY WITH rams Premier American League Pitcher to Join Weeghman's Chicago Club. Salary to Bo Over $10,000. TINKER PUTS THROUGH DEAL Spends Pay at Coffeyville, Kan., in Conference With Tivirler?Griffith Doubts Report, hut if True, Will Sue for Services. CHICAGO. December 8.?That Walter Johnson, premier pitcher of the Amer ican Lenpup, has signed a contract with the Chicago Federal L.eaguo Club, was the announcement made by Charles Weeghman, president of the local club, late to-day. Later it was declared that Johnson's contract was for two years. The amount of his salary was not an nounced. Weeghman said that ho had received the news by long distance telephone from Joe Tinker, who saw Johnson in Coffeyville, Kan., to-day. COFFFYYILLF, KAN.. Decomber 3.? "Walter Johnson will bo seen in a Fed eral l.eaguo uniform for the next two years," said Joe Tinker, manager of the Chicago Federals, as ho boa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

[ Suffered Mote Defeats in 1014 Than | in Many Years Since "Hurry Up" ^ost Took Charge in 1001. i | UliADUATION thins hanks ! and Jefferson, Chicago j "'id Dartmouth Hit Hard?Har | vard and Yale Likely Will Num ber Players Next Year. d?-r<-'i'*?4,e,ovcn Buffered moro miv-sU n J.H than /?>1,118 Hulled in V..KI . f , 8l'aHon "Hurry IJp" Mml.- ii? n charge back in 1901. At the moiv ! ,i V Vi. 1 Wolverlnos acored JJ1ih?i!'? "t 8 u,iy Maize and ?rfi ?"'I that of 1305. All, ! tf.1,.ec?rJ1 ?"onw to show Unit the mill Thil defense this year wub weak, fcr.'i nr. l1! "tensive strength wan Mot. Hi uVh '*! ?,UHt ,ll>"ut the filtua 11.. Michigan ? offensive strength, i US mat.,c u'' v,ry largoly of wliif-iti.?. i . . Mauibetsch. Tim i.V Mi i l,.Mlf '',uck Hc?rcil about half or .Michigan ? points, and by his areat iSl?H carrjed the ball to points whero Aiuhti ! i piayern could take it over. l>r.ovc<l himself to be the \i7*?.i alngle scoring power that oitet'i nl* ha<J 8i,,cc Wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

?:r jRitfimorii) Cira^-jB^palclj THIS TIMES, Koandrd issfl TUB DISPATCH, Kouaded 1850 pDbllubfd ft cry da y In the year by The TIbin Dlapntch Pabllwlilna Conpanr, tae. Addreaa nil eomnunlrallont to THE TIMES-DISPATCH. TIUM-Ulipatch Bulldlnc, 10 South Tenth Street, Hlchmnttd, Va. fELEPUORG, RANDOLPH 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg '..100 North Sycamore Street l.~?"hburg 21S Eighth Street HASDROOK, STORY A BROOKS. INC.. Special A.i'frthlBg ReprcaentatiTra. Xrw York 2(H) Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life Building Clilcaito People's Gaa Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moa. Moa. Mo. Dally nnd Sunday... .SO.00 f3.00 $1.60 S ? 615 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .55 Sunday only 2 00 l.OO .50 .85 By Tlmea-Dlapatch Carrier Delivery Servlco In Richmond (nnd auburba) aud Petersburg! Dnlly v?lth Sunday, one Treek 15 centa Dully without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday only '.. .. 5 centa Entered January...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes HANDSOME DANQE GIVEN IN HONOR OF MISS REED DMfhtw of Mr. Ml Mr*. William T. ReH RUkM romsl Bow io Society. In a setting otlovely flowers and at uno of the handsomest dances of the season, given last evening In the ball room of tha Jefferson Hotel. Miss Alice Burwell need,'daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. William D. Reed, made htr formal how to socloty. Mr. and Mrs. need re ceived with their daughter, and Intro duced the dobutante to the SCO guosts who ware present Miss Rood wore a girlish gown of soft white eatin, fin ished in iridescent beads, and carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses. Others in the receiving line at MJsb Heed's debut party woro General and Mrs. William Ruffin Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Wortham, Mr. and Mrs. Ed win C. Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reed, Misses Janet Montaguo and Ethel Alston Cabell, both buds of this sea son, and Miss Dorothy Foltz, of Chest nut Hill, Pa., Miss Reed's houso guest, who was president of tho class ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

Kill lint MET i | ON BEIL TAVERN SITE | Ceremony Takes Placo This After noon at Fifteenth and Main Streets. (SOVJBRNOK STUART TO SPEAK Famous Iiullding Formerly at This Point Was Used, as Recruiting Station for Volunteers During War of 1812?AVill >lark Other Sites. To mark the site upon which several companies of militia were raised just! a century ago to protect Richmond I from a threatened Invasion by the | British, Dorothea Payne Madison Chap-I tor. National Society United States Daughters of 1S12, has caused the croc- ! tlon of a tablet at Fifteenth aiul Main Streets. The tablet Is Inserted In the retaining' wall of the Chesapeake and <>hio Railway Station, which stands! upon the site occupied by the old Hell j Tavern, used as a recruiting station during the second war with Kngland. (jovornor Henry Carter Stuart will I make brief remarks to-day when thel tablet is unveiled. Tho ceremony will | begin at o'clock this afternoon. The tablet will In- presented to tho city ! ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

NORTHEIST CITIZENS JOIN FRMSUISE FIGHT ? WonM Hnvo Proposition Submitted | to Qualified Voters of ! City. JOINT COMMITTED TO ACT Three East End Bodies Plan Mass Meeting in Chlmborazo* School When Committee Has Framed Transit Needs of That Section. Following the lead of two similar Kast End organisations, the Northeast Citizens' Association, of Jefferson Ward, at a meeting held at the Church Clvlo Association Building last night, adopt ed resolutions opposing tho blanket rftreot railway franchise In tho fonn In which It lius been suggested by tho Virginia Railway and Power Company. Tho East End Progresslve Associa tion and the East End Citizens' Asso ciation, at meetings held last Friday night, adoptod resolutions declaring th<jmselv*>H opposed to the removal of any street car tracks east of Eleventh Street and north of tho river, and to any chango from the present rate of fureH. Many other conditions were enumeruted and rocotnrncnded to the Council to be incorporated In such n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

CONSERVATISM SEATED IN STOCK EXCHANGE SADDLE Rein* That Hut? Guided Members Through Eventful Period Still Are Intact. SOME DISAPPOINTMENT FELT Many Believed Announcement of Early Resumption of Trading on Floor Would He Forthcoming Yes terdny?Ample Notice to Re Given. BY BROADAN WALI.. ( KKVV YORK. December S.?Conservatism ! Fits In the Faildlr of Slock Exchange de- j liberations, and the re'ns that have eo far j guided the 1.100 members through the moat j eventful period of financial history are still i taut. Some disappointment was felt on the | Street to-day that no announcement was j made of an early redumption of trading on . th" floor. Although conditions are Improv- j Ing dally, there are several points to bo j settled before- the permanent reopening: of the Stock Exchange can be successfully In nugurated. No surprise will be sprung upon th>" public, nnd ample notice will be given when the commission comes to transfer transactions from the clearing-house to the natural habi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

jRicfmroriti ?mtt?-0i$patdj SIXTY-FOURTH YEAR Admittedly THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YOl'K WANTS TO THE TIMKS-DISPATCH , IANDOLPH 1 1 flANDOIiPII WANT AD. RATES. IAII.Y, one cent" ft -word when puld In ?il- i Van$?. No ad, taken lor less than 10 cents. . IfNUAY, one una one-half cents a word for j till rlftBttlned i?(lu. exuopt Situations Wanted ] lit ono cent a word. No ad. takrn for less j than lu cents. <0 ADS, taken for lets than 23 cents when j charged or phoned in. Phoned orders not J guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed . ufier 1?:S0 1\ U. LOST AND FOUND I Lost, Saturday, diamond ring, Tiffany 1 1 setting. $20 reward If returned to lti WcHt Grace Street, or' call Madison '.>78-J. -OST, a black, white and tan female setter. Any Information received will io rewarded, Louis Washer, 3908 WH lamshurg Avenue. City. ITIUYRD Tuesday from 909 West Franklin Street, a male, black and vhlte cocker spaniel. Reward if re ur.Med to above a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 4 December 1914

FASHIONS IN DRESS Arc charnunuly illustrated dally on ilie houschuhl |.agu of THE TIMES-DISPATCH R9ff m ? -<"jV - ? .S . > f y i v V y Hb.iihwiii it i ???? ??m ? ? 1 ?? FOOD PROBLEMS Are *nterfjlolngty dUcumd on Faturdaya by Martha Wolovcr in THE TIMES-DISPATCH ?"v .1 ? -- >v mmmmsfflm?. . ? SHOT EARLY! Early In the l)ny; Knrly in the Month! One Hundred Boys' and Girls' Warm Winter Coats! In a Sale Extraordinary BEGINNING TO-DAY, IN OUR CHIL DREN'S SECTION ON THE SECOND FLOOR. BRAND NEW COATS, together with some we've just taken from our regular stock, but all are this season's new and popular styles and colors, for little boys and girls of 2 to 6 years of age. STYLISH MATERIALS, comprising chinchillas, velvets, plushes, novelty cloths, zibelines, corduroys, flannels and others. $3 Coats for $ 1.98 $6 Coats for $3.98 $7.50 Coats for $5.00 $ 1 0.00 Coats for $7.50 $ 1 2 and $ 1 6.50 Coats for $ 1 0 Special Attention Is Invited to the Sale of Coats at $5.00 Smart Chinchilla a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

17 DAYS TO SHOP You Trill help (lie roervhnnta nuil set better fiervlce If you HItOt* KAHIiV. THE TIMES-DISPATCH SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY Bring your copy to-day. Ileal Kitite, Dadnei* Chance*, Board era "Wanted, Help Wanted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ()4th YEAR NUMBER 19,920. RICHMOND, VA? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. ?TWELVE PAGES TO-DAY'S WEATHER RAIN PRICE 2 CENTS. VEIL OF SECRECY DRAWN OVER OPERATIONS CITY CONTROLS ALL STREETS IN ANNEXED AREA Claims of Land Companies Held Null and Void by City Attorney. RESERVATIONS MADE IN DEEDS ARE VALUELESS May Make Public Improvements in All Open Thoroughfares, Says Pollard. SU<JGK8TS physical survey Would Then Buy Existing Utilities, or Parallel Them, a.s Is Most Economical. The homely truth that one can't cat one's cake and have !t, too, in the opin ion of City Attorney l'ollard, is appli cable to the case of the several subur lian land companies, which claim per petual and exclusive ownership of the streets In these developments, notwith standing t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

?fo>*fr. It la taken for ?r*nt?d, however, that Iho convoy of .P* *j;?n?port# was so strong that oven the Emden would not have dared at tack them. ? r.11!]! ?tatement nindo in the Italian Parliament by Premier Salnndra that :yvi .ou,d maintain her attitude of watchful and armed neutrality has croated much Interest here, nnd sympa thy Is expressed for the nstirations of the Italian people. RUSSIA AND GREAT BRITAIN / FINANCIAL AGREEMENT LONDON", December 4 (8:36 p. M.). Groat Britain has reached an agree ment with Russia wheroby England, in consideration of a shipment of |40, 000.000 from Russia, will arrange with the Dank of England to discount, under guarantee of the British government, a further amount of $60,000,000 in Rus sian treasury bills. The rate of dis count will be on the basis of the rate at which Great Britain has borrowed for her own needs. Tho {40,000,000 will bo applied by Russia to providing exchango for An glo-RusBlan trade. Tho $60,000,000 will be used to pay co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

TYPHOID FEVER THKES M ill OF LIS t Deutli llecorti Each Year L)et'lure<l to HO 40 .Per Cent Greater Thau ltecord Indicates. ?JACKSONVILLE MEETING EN 1)8 American Public Health Association ?Meets New Officer#?Nathan Straus ; Urges Cities to Control Milk Sup-. I?ly to Stop Si.v Plagues. JACIJBOiNVIIjLE, KDA., 'December 4. | 1'rofosHor William T. Sedgwick, of j Boston, wan elected president of the j American Public Health Association J lit the closing session of its annuul j < onvon Hon hero to-day. Kochestor. I ? ^ ?? selected as the convention eity for l'jiC. ( Uther oilictirs elected by llio asso ciation iverc: Dr. (j. ,f. Hastings. health ofllccr, J'"'onto, i:a;i., first vlce-prc8idout; Dr. Juan Uulteras, Havana, Cuba, second v.< r-prenldoiit; l>r. O. K. Terry, health ! oifleer, Jacksonville, Fla., third vice- ; president:, Dr. s. M. uuiiii. Uoston, hoc- ! reiarj"; Dr. Hoe IC. P'runkel, N'cw York.' treasurer. Mr. J. K Anderson, of tho United | XiatoM- 1'nbile. Health Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

Giants' Twirl er Will Pitch for Ward's Tiptops Next Season, Unless Pre vented by Court Proceeding*. Fl'I/rZ MAKES A STATEMENT President of Players' Association Says 1 hat Bif* Pitcher Is Likely to 1 k? Suspended if He Joins Inde indents While Under Contract. ?ow?th,- 4"'' T\n''^? ^bcortaln^)?V'o BrookfedL ot Kul>? Marquard to the slirn'o6? beauty" of the Giants & !r To tfaS? tho Brooklyn" Ke.Iorals. mann*em?nl of 8un>rlaoUlto VL'Mar<|l,ar'1 WS1S <>uUe a minus the ten-dayClause. .and 1?1?. season. l? do rroper ^orkVurfc.K ?-m t!le ^;lnnts do not feel thnv ar-SmF ~ such evidence,1 lt?lK ''said''^the' r A'tor iWEMf""1 """ '*? Will I'rrvrnt n-.he from I?lnylnK. n President Hempstead and John i"?'",? nfn,,lt'l,"y "" ?,h" 0mmm that thl8 BMokVVrt tenms' U 18 ass?med a.?uri3eM^Tuk.ffw.m?a':?c5Sr.nci-jripn J?nnan!n L' F.u}}*- president of the Bnae wlU the L?tk'd?Wwth"?'r'"! 'n'dvVo teaST'4;"-iTJa i daw?!!? dfr"btnoV? ^:jieu7;,/^;,ri'''v ?? nsaw: v? ?< ?? Dnnebnll Tnxed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

r. TY COBB WILL NOT SIGN WITH THE FEDS llepwrtcd to Have Received Oiler From the Independent* Collins tor n Salary In lizeea* of 915,000. AUGUSTA, OA., Doccmbcr 4.?Tele graphic Inquiry wan mndo hero to-day as to whether Tyrun Cobb, tho Detroit j American outftolder, would sign a Fed eral League contract, which Is re ported to liave been offered him. It could not be learned who sent the tele gram. Cobb, who In spending tho wlntcf at his homo near hero, refused to discuss the matter to-night, hut said that he had no Intention of leaving the Do- j trolt club, and that ho would not sign a Federal contract. Intimate friends of Cobb asserted they had seen u Fedoral contract which offered him a salary exceeding SI5.000 annually for a period of fo\ir years. COACH STAGG AGAINST SELECTING ALL-STAR TEAMS CHICAGO. December 4.?No man is <iuallfied to select an all-star foot hall team, Alonzo A. Ktagg, athletic director at the University of Chicago, assorted In an article In tho univer sity da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

jRidimotd dime?-fli$paldj THE TIMES. FtudeA 1SS8 THE DISPATCH* F?aadM . 1850 PablUbel every <?7 ia the year t?y The TfntM Diayatch I'Bbllihlas Company, Inc. Addmn all communication* to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlia*i"DU|?tch OulldlDB. 10 South Tenth Streets Rlckawa^ Va. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 10U0 Hull Street Peteraliurr 109 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg 218 Eighth Street HASBROOK, STORY. A: DHOOKS, INC., Special Advertising Repreaentatlvea. Sevr York 200 Fifth ATetiue Philadelphia Mutual 1.1 fe Building Chicago. l'eople'a (>m Bulldlns SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAII, One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mob. Moa. Mo. Dally and Sunday 96.OO 93.00 91.CO 8 .55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .35 Sunday only li.OO 1.00 .50 .25 By Tlmea-Dlapatch Carrier DellTery Service In Richmond (and nubnrba) and Petersburg Dally with Sunday, one n^clt 15 ccnla Dally nithont Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday only 5 centa Entered January 27, 11)05, at Rich...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

P*V" Household Interests Personal MR. AND MRS. J. K. BRANCH CLOSE HOME IN BERKSHIRES )I?sy Interesting Affair* Gtrw In Honor of Debutantes of Mc?aon, Personal Mention. Mr. and Mr*. John Xorr Branch and Uioli' daughters, Misses Zayde and l/oulse Branch, have closed their ooun ti'y estate, "Elmwood," In the Berk shirks, and aro now occupying their town house at 1631 Monument Aven'uo. tor the winter. Mr., and Mrs. Branoh *nd thoJr family have been North all the fall, and havo only recently ar? rived In Richmond for tho season, iffalra of Yesterday, A number of Interesting affairs wore liven yesterday. fMlsu Ellen* Wright Wise was gueat of honor at a lovoly luncheon given by the Misses Stewart fct "Brook Hill." Covers were laid for twelve guests, and theso included aomo af the younger society girls. Mrs. Charles JEJ. WJiltlock gavo a small, informal supper danco at her residence, 100 East Franklin .Street. last waning, for si>mo of tho youngor mcra acrs of society, and the guests wer...

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