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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

Superintendent of Military Academy . Writes for Pictures of Wash ington Monument. WANTS KQUB8TK1AN FIGURE J Famous Crawford Statue Hanks as < Fines? * Equestrian Memorial in j AmeiK'n, and Is Visited Annually | by Many Students of .*rt. . The equestrian statue of Washing- i ion, which standB In the Capitol 1 Square, may I"1*' duplicated Tor the or ?lamentation of tho grounds of the I United Stntos Military Academy. at ' West Point, N. V. j When it was decided recently to add | to the statuary now adorning the J grounds of tho notional military acad emy a statue of Washington, {he so- j lection of the monument in Richmond i as a model was suggested by tho hu perlntemlent of tho academy. Colonel; ?O. 1'. Toxvnsloy. Colonel Townsley was! for some years the commandant of the j Coast Artillery at Fort Monroe. It was during his term In that ofTlee that lie visited Richmond and saw the mon ument. of which lie retains vivid recol lection. C'OIiOVKli ntWNM.KV WHITES roll PHOTOGRAPHS From ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

Stlt OF RED GROSS SEALS SMS OFF WITH RUSH Widespread Interest In War on Tuberculoid* Adds to Strength of Appeal. OFFER MADE TO COMMUNITIES Vntl-TuberculosH Ansoclatlon Will lllvldo Proceeds With Any Health Society Undertaking Distribution of Christmas Kealn. The Stnte Anti-Tuberculosis AhhocJu tion, which Is conducting the aalo of Kod Cross Christmas seals In tho State, lust night gavu out tho following reo sumo of tho work bolng done with tho proceeds from the sale: "Throughout tho State of Virginia r?r years pust at Christmas ttmo ournest hands of nien and women luivo worked faithfully and hard for tho JtuccosB Of tho salo of tho Red Cross ^'hrlstmns seals. Those little seals aro nut on sale by th? Virginia Anil Tub* rculosls Association as a means of raining funds for tho conduct of Its war against consumption. To any locality of tho Stato in which anti tuberculosis work Is dono tho State association offers GO. per cont of the ?mlo of tho seals In that locality. "In addition to t...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

SIX MONTHS'TIE MOW' IS OFFERED TO BROKERS fall JLoans 1'roely Olferotl at font nml Some Business Trans actcd at MOM) DKAI.IXGS OX $l,r>00.000 Greatest Activity .Occurs in Klrst Ilour^-Attondancp in Kinniu-lnl j District R'nusually liarjrc?Keen : Interest Over Dealings. in into\IKt\ MAI.I.. N'I'W V? >KK. I ?ocembcr 4.? Six moiilU* j time itioney, which will carry the l?or- i rower i? i!? > June. i:*15. was offered to j stocUlirokiTf id-ilny at J per cent. , full Ion us ?iir freely offered at Il'j. per cent, ami some business was trans- j acted at 311 per cent. Money was easy Iti London at to I per rent for eall , funds, l>ut litt1?- business was done. I I list il at ions seekfitt! to employ i<ll<> ' funds were av'ain l;i>u-e buyers of short tertu notes, and bid up prices to some new lifi'tires. The ?> I ?_,,.".00.tu>t) \ <':iiKolian I'aellic equipment notes wore i SiiiineUiat) lv heavilt oversubscribed. 1'ond dealings on She lloor were attain about $l...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

?me?-f)i$paidj SIXTY-FOURTH YEAR ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING., TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO TUB TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 HANDOLPH WANT AD. RATES. DAILY, pno cent a word when patd In ad vance. No nd. takan for Icaa than 14 centa. SUNDAY, one and ono-half contn a word for all classified adtj. except Situation* Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. takun for l#*a than IS coats. NO ADH. takon for lea* than Co canta when charged or phoned in. Phoned orders not guaranteed. CluftaUlcatlonu uut guaranteed after 'j:30 P. M. LOS A' AND FOUND LOST, u bluck, white and tan renialo setter. Any Information received will , bo rewarded. Loots Washer, 3'JOS Wil liamsburg AVenue. Oily. \ LOST, brown fur muff. Reward If re turned to 101 East Franklin Street. LOST, ladies' umbrella, l.yrio Theatre, I Friday matinee. Phone Boulevard i 228U-J. I HELP WANTED?Mai? AOE of skilled labor?It iiecomea t harder each year for unskilled men j to find steady work. In tiny navy you i...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 5 December 1914

T IT 1M ANT* Need not bo hard * * If you mako uso of tlio Want Ad Columns. : : : FINDING THE TIMES-DISPATCH THE NEWS OF VIRGINIA g-pS; THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. 7 * ' ?? ?- : ?? " ' > '? ' ;v> X| Holiday Engraving For Xmas delivery, all orders should be placed before December 10. Our workman ship is unsurpassed and our prices are very moderate. Plate and Fifty Cards English Script 75c Plain Roman $1.(15 Plain French Script.$t.fl5 Plain Old English . .$1.05 Shaded Roman . . . .$2.00 Shaded Fr. Script. . $2.00 Shaded Old English.$2.00 Seo Specimen. From Your Plate, Any Style 50 Cards for 40c 100 Cards for 75c. We engrave all styles of Invitations and Announce ments; also "Sympathy" Cards. "At Home" Cards, etc., and various monogram papers. Ask to see the now PERSONAL GREETING Xmas Cards! liasement. Worth While! This seems sensible. Your male relatives and friends want PRACTI CAL gifts this year. So why not buy Cravats. Combination Sets (Tie and Han...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

READ THE WANT ADS Tkcr t?U of opportuiitttea for which you m?7 h?T? btca l?ok< Inf? THE TIMES-DISPATCH BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT My placing an order for the dally delivery to your home or oOce of THE TIMES-DISPATCH i 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,921. TO-DAY'S ' T?ATM WHAT1IBH XV.MJ.iN RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1914.?FIPTY-SIX PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS RICHMOND HAS FINE CHANCE FOR GOODBASEBALL International League Will Make Circuit Changes at Monday's Meeting. BRADLEY IS BUSY CLEARING WAY FOR DUNN AND HIS TEAM Opportunity Now Ripe for This City to Get Into Its Proper Class. WILL BE BIG ADVERTISEMENT Oriole Leader Has AVon Two Pen nants?lteccntly Offered Manage ment of the Yankees. Richmond now has the beat oppor tunity she hnn over had offered to get Into a higher grade baseball league. The International League will at Its annual meeting In New York transfer two franchises and rearrahg' Its cir cuit. Tho New Jersey City outfit will, It In said, be transferred to Brooklyn, nnd Richmond Ih ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

arc concerned. h?? been fty r?uon of tho Tvoather, which has ]>aon severe. ? ihsws mans for press * < from GERMAN DURBAb ?, BERLIN, December 6 (by wireless | to Sayvllle, U I.)?Amongf the nows items given to the press to-day by the (icrmnn ofllclal press bureau, were tho following : i- "The Russian newspaper Novoo Jtfremya demands the ocoupatlon or tho jBland of 8plt?borgon by Russia, irres pective of Sweden's and Isorwaj 8 ?n * "Reports from Rotterdam eay that Sha English war loan Ib In tho market below tho Issue price. "Tho French Socialist, Pierre Bon Viler, In a letter published In Oueore SoiMalo, strongly condemns the vor Ict handed down by a French court fctertlal on tho Gorman military sur fcns Collins and Wohlfart, who woro jitenced to a year's Imprisonment ior leged pillage. Bonnier calls tho ver tft a deed of infamy. /.i"*teyowltnesBes of tho entranco of tho 'French and English troops Into tho Itameruns. a German colony of Wes tern equatorial Africa, say that the ?Br...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

Store Sparkles With Excitement Happiest Days of the Year Are Coming Fast. Don't Be Slow In Preparing. ~ Only 16 More Shopping Days to Christmas. A GREAT WONDERLAND OF JOLLY DOINGS IN THE BASEMENT?Dolls, talking, jumping and making goo-goo eyes; Trains, shifting and running, and every sort of musical apparatus at work; Games that teach and are interesting time absorbers, ail the latest brain-racking new ones; Automobiles, Bicycles, Tri cycles ; Animals of the various mild and tame species; Play Toys, Boats, Furniture and all the various little things that create youthful happiness. Glad to have you bring the children to this shop of Santa Claus? Cohen's Toyland. / 7 he Theatre of Merchandise Useful Is Wide Open The iinancial world just now offers great oppor tunities for buying, and Cohen's Store is the store-help, not only to anything and everything that may be want ed, but at such-yalues as will make the great collection so wonderfully priced that buying is easier than in years pas...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

I PETERSBURG WTKMTE FICTION WINS COMPLETE VICTORY Colored Pastor and His Follower? Are Ousted From All Con nection With Church. JUDGE WEST ISSUES ORDER It Is Carried Out -Quickly by City Sergeant, and To-Day the Victors Will Worship In Peace and Har mony. [SpecinI to The Times-Dispatch.] PETERSBURG. VA., December 5.? In accordance with his decision yester day, Judge J. P. Wont, presiding in. the Hustings Court of this city, in tho Har rison Street (colored) Baptist Churoh case, this morning entered a decree directing the city sergeant forthwith to proceed to oust Ell Tartte, former, pulpit supply and the various former trustees and officers of the church, and any person holding under them for the church building and parsonage, and to deliver possession of- the aamo and of other church property: rocorda books, papers, forma, etc., to the trus tees and officers of tho antl-Tartte fac tion, as c-btabllshed by the decree of January 31. 1914, and the defendants < and each of thom, the...

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. — 6 December 1914

Turn Guns on Building Whore Red . Cross Flag and Stars and Stripe# Are Flying. MADAM GROUITOH TELIjH STORY Former West Virginia Woman, Now Wile of ? Servian Official, Relates Her Datigerous Experience! at Bel grade?Returns for Relief Fund. (Special Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] 1XJNDON', DcpeVnber 0.?Mme. Slav ko Clroultch, who,' bcforo her marriage, was Mabel Dunlop. of West Virginia, has Just roachoil London from Nlsh, where she has'been for several weeks with her husband, the Servian Under Secretary for Foreign' Affairs.. Mme. Grouitoh, who Is leaving on Wednesday for New York, In connection with the Servian relief fund, gnvo an Interest ing account of present conditions In Hervla, and Incidentally praised highly the work of tl\c American hospital mission. . "The mission, consisting: of three surgeons und twelve women nurses, arrived in Nlsli early in tho war," she said. "Djv Kdward -W. Uyan, tlie chief of ihe'mission. who recently won con siderable fame In Mexico, disliked linin...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

All tlieae pieces are shown in our Gift Department, and you'll be pleasantly sur prised at these very low prices; We show 37 differ ent styles of Tilting and Folding Top Ta bles, in solid mahog any, from $7.00 to $80. Pedestals, in all woods, from $2 to $28. $100.00?A Berkey & Gay Masterpiece. 41 inches wide and 87 Inches high; really worth $150.00. Several hundred pat terns of Fancy Chairs and Rockers suitable for any purpose, in choice solid mahogany. Beautiful Solid Ma hogany Sewing Tables, similar to out, from 910.00 to 985.0Q. You can get a won derful Lamp a drop light* from $4 to $10; and wp show others as high as 9100.00 each. Tea Wagons, in mahogany and fumed oak. Prices $7.50 to $08. Mission Library Tablo, like cut, top 24x36 inches, $5.08. Exactly * Like Picture 20 inches wide and 8 feet 6 Inches high; has French bevel glass door, and Imported move ment with chalh wind. Other pat terns from $4.50 to $278.00. Almost a man's necessity, for it keeps all his things in good...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

CHIMES OF CHRIST. !; CONFEfi HEflE THIS WEEK i. : .' ' t ? ijyicticnll.v Every Protest rtnt Denoml i' "ntlon to lie Represented at ^ Annual Sleeting;. W. .J. JiUVAN HITS AS lMOLKOATIO lUiprosenU Presbyterian Church in I National Conference?Important ^Commissions to Present Reports. Delegates From AH Sections. . I In- opening session of the annual, -.IQl'tinir of the executive committee and | q'ominl.ij.loi,., of the Federal Council of I r\( of Christ !n Anieriea will >;? ii.M fucsday morning In tin* audi jtorlutn of I ho Central Youn^ Men's "WU I.stlan Association BuII<Miik: More J. 15,1 delegate* of nalldilal protnl iIcih < r? present line Protestantism In Urnctlcnlly every section of the countrv u'L. . H?'' pnrt l!l lhn" vailed program wJiif.i has been arranp-d for the dlf J'frttit n'-ssiona. j "The peace movement. church unity ?Jfi'l Japanese <|uestloii will i>e import*- j ?Iftl lopjrs for discussion during the I ?.Oil volition. Federal council loaders re'- | 4.ml ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

HEW nUTIOHf < I MOVEMENT IN MEXICO "?7 latest Proclamation Signed l?y Sala znr and Cam pa. Former Fed eral Generals. CARRANZA BACK AT VERA CRUZ ?Statement Department Informed of \ Threats to I'ut Railway Rotween i Vera Cruz and Mexico City Out of Commission. EL. PASO. TEXAS, December 5.?A new revolutionary movement has been started In Mexico, according to copies of a proclamation received here to-day sit)d signed hy Jose Inez Salazar and Kinllio r. Campa, former Federal son era In. The two generals worn reported at ; the head of the troops in Central Chi huahua. and about to attack Casus Orandes, n strategic point southwest of .Taurez and \yest of Chlhunhua City. CARUAN7.A UKCEIVEn WITH .mii.itaky HOXOnR VERA CRUZ, December n.?General Vonustiano Carranr-a returned to Vera Cruz late last night after a six days' trip into tho Interior, lie wan received with military honors at tho station, ?where a big crowd gathered to wel cotno him. It is expected that tho general will leave soon ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND I SilMi CITIZENS , TO DISCUSS THEIB NEEDS Swftushoro and Woodland Heights Associations Will Meet ) This Week. AUGUSTINE HOYALIi TO Sl'ILVlv Makes Address at Elks' Memorial Service This Morning?New Mall Collection for Soutlislde?-Personal ? and General Mention. ? .f. K. Norvell, chairman o? the execu tive committee, announced yesterday that ho has called a special meeting of the Swansboro Citizens' Association to be held on Thursday nlglu at S o'clock In Weathdrford Memorial Church for tho purpose of discussing Improve ments desired In tlio newlv annexed territory. "Ono of our greatest needs In Swansboro Ik lights," said ivir. Nor voll. The city will bo asked to Install thcao as eoon as possible. Tlio streets arc also said to bo 111 a bad condition, nnd a request will bo inado to have tho city devoto several days to clean ing up. . The citizens will also bo HBUed to ca-operate In removing trash from their homes. Tho Woodland Heights Citizens' As sociation will hold Its...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

VOCATIONAL TRAINING Tf IC Of COKVEim <;om PICKS. Plans fire complete for the eighth | annual convention of the National Ho- I ojclv for 'the Promotion of Industrial j JStlucation and the annual meeting' of the National Vocational Guidance As sociation. hoth of which will he held thlfc week in Hlchmond. The local committee on arrangements niet last night at the Jefferson Hotel for the | purpose of perfcctlnn plans for the two j meetings. The Jefferson Hotel will be j headquarters for hoth of the meetings, ! irnd C. A. Prosser, of New York, will j he secretary in charge. i Sessions of the National Vocational Guidance Association will be held 011 Monday, Tuesday ami Wednesday, Dc- ( comber 7, S and 0, in the Mechanics' fnstitute and the John Marshall High {school Building. The opening session 1 wlli be held Monday night. The Na- I tionat Society for the Promotion of In- | dustrial Education will hold its ses- | f-ilons 'Wednesday, Thursdav. Friday | ajjd Saturday, December 9. 10, 11...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

GERMANS DRIVEN BUCK ILONG BRITISH FRONT Official. Visit of KinK George Made Memorable by Brilliant Offensive of Hia Men. .TKOOPB 1-1GHT LIKE DKMOX8 Knemy 80 Stunned by Audacity of Attack and Ifts Dashing Execution I'liere In No FITort to Hetrleve Losses?Uotb /Sides Looe Heavily. <eclal Onlde to The Times* Dispatch.) <'AI:TK, pec-ember 5.?General Sir John Kwripli and his British forces made doubly memorable the official visit of King' Georga to the trenches ??f hlh flsrhlliitr forces to-day by a brll l.'.uit and dashing. offensive. ,1n which ?!??' Germans were driven /back alt the British front frotp Ulxmudo to the Zjyn. f ? North of the Lys thev cHarged from their tranches at daybreak and foil r,;dl-mell unpn tiio German first line arthw<jrk'?. Thoy went down among ?!.? Oi nmiDK with cold ?teol and thrust, tbl.ed and boat down tho helmetod I'Upantn until they had cut thom down ?iug them otit. When tho first ditch was chock-a <>lo()k with gouging. tearing -khaki :?J 1*...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

WILL PROVIDE TESTAMENTS FOR SOLDIERS IN FIELD "A Million Nickels Front a Million Sunday-School Scholars," Is Appeal. ILKA OKI) 11V JOHN WAXAMAKEH Hocnlled Here That Dr. Hoge Brought Large Shipment of llihles Into South Dtiriuir War Between the States. "A million nickels from n million Sunday school scholars for a million tt-'stamcnls for a million soldiers in the Hospitals. cain|i.?. war prisons and bat tlefields of the great war." This Is ilir present slogan of'the American Meet Ion of the World's Sunday School Association. In an appeal just sent out through the press to Sunday schools all denominations all over lli(t Ited States. 1'he executive committee of the rld's Sunday School Association, of tch H. J. Ileinz Is chairman, and use membership Includes prominent erlcrin business meii. anions whom is John Wannmaker, is behind the plan, and will bear the administrative ex pense of the movement, so that every nickel contributed by every child will ko. every penny of it. into it test...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

WfiSlF "ClTlEST" ! DASHED BV WASHINGTON I . . /U State Dejmrtme'nt. Quickly PutB Stop to Organisation of;Force I of American*. THEY FIGH^ JUST THE SAME 'Many Well-Known Citizens of United States Now Enrolled as Loyal Sub^ ' ? Jects of England, Having Sworn to <. London ?h Their Birthplace. :IIV HAYJJKX TALHOT. . iliONDO.V, December 6.?The mystery o? the disappearance of the 1nuch pre- ( ? advertised "Anglo-American rontln- ? gt>nt"?the , body of l,2oo ( Americans which Lord Lyvedcn annoilnccd he was gplnif to ofTcr to Earl Kltc!henor after they Ij.-vd hud. three .months' training? is a mystery' no longer. And thereby i hangs not one. but several tales. To begin with, the Anglo-American j Contingent suffered a sudden and pef Otnptory and vainglorious end upwards ot a month ago?Immediately follow ing the publication in the United StatcH of a cabled dispatch from London toll- '? litg of Itu organization rind brilliant prospects. Nobody concerned will tell exactly what happened, b...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

MARY GARDEN IN LONDON | ON WAY TO UNITED STATES Famous Singer Will Come to This Country for Short, Well Earned Rest. I i TO KETURX AFTER CHRISTMAS Intends to Devote AJI Her Time and Energies to Hospital Work Near Boulogne as l^ong as France Needs Her Services. rSpeeial Cable to The Times-Dispatch.] ! LONDON", December 5 ?Mary Garden, grand opera star and Itcd Cross nurse, j arrived in London this afternoon from ! tho front for a well-earned rest, which j .she purpose* spending in America with her mother. Site will return to the war zone immediately after Christmas and resume nursintr. For six weeks i tho famous prima donna has been as- ! signed to a base hospital near Bou- 1 loghe. She loves the new work, and intends to devote all her time and en ergies to It while Franco has need for her services. In a talk to-day, slio said: "It's true my operatic plans for tho season have been up'set by the war, but j after the terrible and the big, bravo j things I've seen lately, our poor world...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

MKRY GARDEN IN LONDON ON IK TO UNITED SMS Famous Singer Will Como to This Country for Short, Well Earned Rest. i TO RETURN" AFTER CHRISTMAS : Intends to Devote All Her Time ami Energies to Hospital Work Near j Boulogne as Long as France Needs j Her Services. fSpecial Cable to The Times-Dispatch.] LONDON, December 5 ?Mary Garden, grand opera star and Bed Cross nurse, arrived in London this afternoon from tho front for a well-earned rest, which sho purposes spending In America with hor mother. She will return to the war zone immediately after Christmas and resume nurslnc. For six weeks tho famous prima donna has been as signed io a base hospital near Bou 1 optic. She loves the new work, and intends to devote all her time and on ergles to It while France has need for her services. In a talk to-day, she said: "It's true my operatic plans for tho season have been up'set by the war, but after the terrible and the big, bravo things I've seen lately, our poor world ly ambitions seem so smal...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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