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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

'HIDE OF SKIERS TO PRECEDE MM y ? illustrious Potentate G.. Jeter>; Jones Galls on At! Nobles to ^TokePart. i ?? ^ ? BOOTHS ARE- IN READINESS ; ? '.</? "' ?* ? ? ? . ? Vludt^ and Defacing to Be Feature Ea?<i Evening Tills ^Veek?Prominent^ Women Act as1 Patronesses. Raining Funds for Western Trip. Illustrious Potentate O. Jeter Jones, it Acca Temple. Nobles of the Mystic 3hrlne, ha^ requested all Nobles to . fneet at the Masonic Temple to-morrow ; flight at 8:30 o'clock, wearing the foz, i j.o participate.In the parade to bo given py Acca Arab Patrol Incident to the i < opening of the bazaar, which will continue each afternoon and evening durng this week. ; The line uf march of tho patrol, licadcd by a band, wlli be from Masonic* Temple, Adams Street to Grace, 3raco .Street to Ninth, Ninth Street to ! Broad Street anil then along Broad ?Uroet to the Mq,BO)jlC Tpmplp, .Where the bazaar will be In full blast. Captain J. Edward Rose, of the pa...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

It PRECEDE BtZIUII ?Ittstrtons Potentate G.-Jeter Jones Calls on A\l Nobles to TakePart. ? BOOTHS ARB/ IN READINESS t ? . ? >lu?lV! and Dancing to Bo Feature Eadh Evening Tills Week?Prominent^ Women Act an /Patronesses^ Raising Funds' for Western Trip. Illustrious Potentate O. Jetor Jones, if Acca Temple. Nobles of the ityetlc Shrine, ha^ requested all Nobles to | roeet at the Masonic Templo to?-morrow j (light at 8:30 o'clock, wearing the fez, | ? o participate In tho parade to bo given joy Acca Arab Patrol Incident to tho I Jopenlngr of tho baxaar, which will continue each afternoon and evening dur- i ?>g this week. The Une or march of tho patrol, headed by a band, will ba from Masonic, Temple, Adams Street to'Grace, 3raco .Street to Ninth, Ninth Street to Hroad Street and then alotiK Broad Street to the Tgmplp, where the bftznur will be In full blast. Captain j. Edward Itose, of the patrol, and half a hundred inen wore engaged yesterday In constructing tho !...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

OOAt-LADH\ ItAROR SINK'S AND TWO LtVKS AIIR l.OST .??NEWPORT NBW5, VA? December S. ~Two men wftro drowned and a third .htMl a thrilling escape early this mornIfig when the schooner William Donnelly. of'Bait lift ore. ooal-ladon, for' Hampton, foundered oft Thlmblo Shoal, j Ih Chesapeake Bay. The schooner waia . Ih command of Captain John II. Phil- ! Up*, nnd his nephew and one other man i composed tho crow. The vessel encountered severe weather, anil early }pat night she began to leak. Between n and 4 o'cldck this morning she went down suddenly, before those aboard had time to launch a boat. Captain Phillips managed to grasp r hatch cover as the schooner went down, and after about six hours of desperate fighting for hla life, he was washed ' iOrtiorc near "Wllloughby Beach, In Hampton Roads, In an exhausted and almost dying condition. Ilo was later taken to Norfolk. The other two men went down with the schooner. The Donnelly had aboard 175 tons of anthracite coal consigned to a Hamp...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

04th YEAR : ../?? . " ?r r,Tj *. ? ? ? , ^ SPORTS PART TWO PRICE FIVE CENTS RICHMOND, VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1914. RICHMOND HAS FINE CHANCE FOR GOODBASEBALL i International League Make Changes in Circuit at To-Morrow's Meeting. (Continued Krom Page 1, Main Nowb.) I)unn whs compelled to dispose of hisgalaxy of' stars, which he did for a considerable num. Without thA atar Une-ijp. tho games th.o Orioles put up for a time was brilliant, nut the players, dlscournRed at tho tyonie support) became careless and dropped further down In tho league standing than any t?njn has landed since Dunn took charge. ; Talent for DrvrlnplPK Player*. Dunn Is a great developer of talent, as shown by the number of players he has brought Into prominence, and Is a njanagcr. who'belleves In giving the local boy b a chance. HAS WOKDEIIKl'l. TAl;KST, FOB DlIVELOI'lXW PliAYEUS Jt Is a fact that Jack has picked inorc matorlal off the lots around Baltimore and made stars of them tjian any tnanagor In tho varloua ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

fflPPKE TOO SMALL FOR FOOTBALL TEAM Illinois Coach Ham Shown HI* Worth, However, as an Adviser?Developed Many Gridiron Stars. 11IS MOTTO, "DON'T GET HURT" Also Play Along the Theory That There Is Not an Eleven That Can Heat IV'?His Training Methods Prove Successful. l)ob Zuppke, who coached the Illinois football eleven so well that the telim climbed to the crest of Western rootball, never played with a regular team. Zuppke attended Wisconsin University. He had football ambitions, but the conches there looked hlin over, pronounced him too small for varsity purposes, and shoved him off to the sldjyines. Unable to help the varsity terijkh with brawn, Zuppke 'decided to hefa It with his brain. Krom his poal-tlofr-on the sidelines, or on the scrub eliweh. lie discovered errors In the coaching system and he discovered ways In which the team's otllclency might be Increased. Bolstering up courage one day, Zuppke told the head coach of his findings. The head coach happened to be a human bein...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

MORNIIIGSTAR HAS RESIGNED FROM LEAGUE lines* of His "Wife Causes Lender in Itaco to Make His Homo in State of Arizona. 7ATTON TAKES HIS I'LAOH ?liicngo'8 Young Player Said by Experts Who Havo Watcliod Him to He a Comer?Battle for Honors Is Between Sutton and Demurest Ora Mornlngstar. who An leading the namplon billiard players' league by a jood margin, has resigned from tlie eague becauNO of tho illness of his vlfe. Ho lias sacrificed an almost ceraln chance to capture the biff end of he prized hung up by the league An rder thnt ho may talce .Mrs. Morolngtar to Arizona, where she will have chance to regain her health. He will oon loave for the Southwest with Mrs. lornlngstnr and their baby Hon. MomTnK'star has disposed of his Inerest* in Pittsburgh, and will go to Arizona at once, where he will enter nisim-sn. He will be greatly handlrapped where hlB earning capacity will ie limited, but ho is confident he will jo able to mak6 a success of a billiard nterprlne. Tho news that Mornlng...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

! MRS. VIHGIE RDNOOLPH I HAS AflM MSflPUTATEO [p jp -YV "'I ? Fell Into an Open Fire at Her Home i J' In Albemarle While In Fainting Spell. BROUGHT TO ST. ELIZABETH'S! , Serious Burns Make Operation Xeces- I sary?Xo Keport Mmlo of Accident ! ' Case to Pollco Headquarters as' ' Required by Law. ' " * i ? Dr. J. Shelton Horeley yesterday amfrutateS the left arm of Mrs. Virglc ?\undolph at St. Klizabcth'a Hospital, according to statements made at the hospital Inst night. Th? operation Mtaa made necessary by burns which Mrs. Randolph had Buffered several days ago, when she was ovorcomo by a fainting spell and foil Into an open fire. She was reported as do- ! j ing well last night, and it is expected that her recovery will bo steady, f Mrs. Randolph is from Kstouteville/I Albemarle County. The accident in which she was burned occurred in j her own home and, although she was j rescued from the fire almost linme- \ diately, she. nevertheless* was severe- | ly burned. Her husband brought he...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

RELIEF FOD BELGIANS . IS BEING GATHERED Shipments of Food and Clothing on Way to Norfolk Warehouse. NEED IS SAID TO BE tlKGENT State Commissioner Boykin Will Press Forward Shipment at the Earliest Possible Date?Cash Contributions Continue to Come In. In splto of other demands upon the people, relief for tho Bolglans Is still lioltifa; given by Richmond und tho Btato at largo, atrtL hope that Virginia mny send a cargo of her own to tho starving people of tho little kingdom beyond the nc.is Is still entertained. The football game to liavo been played yesterday afternoon between tho Church Hill Athletic Club and the Scholastics for the Belgian fund was postponed on account of the weather. The teams will probably play this week. Kroin Horbort C. Hoover, chairman of the American Commission for llcllef of Belgium, in London, comos another messago that famine Is fttlll the dread of tho Belgian people. Ho sayB that he does not know anywhere in the hlHtory of the world a parallel of a popula...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

REDUCED DISeOOIIT RATE | REFLECTED III OPERATIONS Weekly Statement Is Issued by Federal Reserve Hank of Richmond. GOLD RKSEKVE INCREASED .Consolidated Statement for All Twelve Hanks Issued by Federal Reserve Hoard in Washington at End of Third Week of Operation. The Influence of the reduced rediscount rate, which went Into effect on Dosotnber 2. Is reflected in increased discounting' operations shown by the weekly statement of the Federal Reserve Dank of Richmond, made public yesterday by Governor (ieorpe J. Seay. According to this statement, the rediscounts of the local bank now total $^06,430.93, as compared with $113,352.49, the apprcKnte of rediscounts shown in tljie statement of n week apo. The crobl reserve apalnst all liabilities at the etui of the third week's operais 109 per cent, as compared with 107 per rent a week apo, an<f apalnst 90 per cent, which was the averape j gold reserve apalnst all liabilities of all the twelve Federal reserve banks at the close of ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

Second News Section Second News Section PART THREE Industrial Activities of lUclmiond and the South Editorial, Real Estate and Want Ad Pages RICHMOND VA.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1914 04th YEAR PRICE FIVE CENTS FIGHTING AT LODZ ' 13 MOST TERRIFIC SINCE WAR BEGAN t Germans Battle Through Russian Lines Over Bodies of Their Comrades. BERLIN CLAIMS HEAVY CAPTURES OFPRISONERS Fortresses of Przemysl and Cra cow Reported as Still Intact. KIKV GKOWDKI) WITH THUTOX8 .UHe* Cca.se Claiming Tremendous Victory in Xortliern Poland. LONDON*. December 0.?While reports ?ontltiuc to cuine into London that the battle of Lodz has ended In a Russian victory, an official continuation utiil is lucking, ami It Is Apparent to British observer* that <!ondRlons In tbe north of Poland are to-day virtually the Harm- as I hey were one week ago, alter the German army bad been saved from overwhelming defeat by the brilliant operation of General -\Iackeiisen. Details of the Lodz IlKhtinK art* beginning to fi...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

WDIMPROVEMENTS III . Vtitrkt Bond Issues and Patriotic V Work Did the 8tnnt in ?' Groat Shape. OIUSAT LK8SON8 FOR OT1IKIIS One of Greatest Counties i Has Bet the Pace That All Others May Well Trot By in I<lne of Famous Highway. "The good roads' fovcr attacked Mecklenburg County some five or six yenrs ago," savs William O. Urown, in nu article In the monthly magazine known us Southern Good Uouds and published at Lexington, N. O. Colonel ~Ludus Gregory, of Mecklenburg County, was started by the Industrial Kdltor of The Times-Dispatch, who made an automobile tour through that county about that time and lectured on good roads at every crossroad gathering that he could get to listen to him. But be that as it may, the ri.so and progress of the nood roads' fever in Mecklenburg and the results* that catno about are interestingly eel forth by Mr. Brown He says: The first bond issue elections wore held In Chase City and Clarksvlllo districts ? . for $00,000 and 500,000, respectivel...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

REOPENING OF MKT Kxperlment of Restricted Trading i" Bonds Has Given Much lOiK'OurnKemcnt. OFFICHINGH llKADHiY ABSORBED I'llces Hi(ve Advanced and Public Tnqufry Is Growing Broader?Tendency Xow Is to Turn to Spcculiitivo Issues. BV BROAPAN WA I.I.. NKW YOHH. Iie.-ombcr 5.?Unqualified *uc- < ha* iiumil^il t lio rpopinltiK of the l>on<l J innrkol for restricted trading. After one wwk'K tost, price* have advanced. offering* nro readily absorbed unil public Inquiry lias broadened. I tiilust rial I Katie* led III ncllvlty and strength. Railroad convertible bond* wcr<bnroly nl?nily under pressure of selling for foreign account. Toward the latt'-r part of tli* v .-ok. with the prpnimtii'til ease Iii the mdrtey market; there wan i? tendency^!? turn to speculative issues. Itork Island rolIxteral 1*. nnd Witnh refunding 4x advanced "liarnly. The following list ahown the <??- I'M of the advance In the miscellaneous bond*: Hat- HatPrice* ur...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

jtomonii Cun$-fK?patcl) TIIB TIMES. Founded 1888 fflK DISPATCH, Founded 1830 l'ubllkhcd every day lu the year by The TlmeaDlipa(ch Publishing: Company, Ine. Addrena all communications to THIS TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlmca-Dlspatch Building;, 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. fELKPUONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publication Odlrp 10 South Tenth Street South lilehinond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg 10U North Sycamore Street l.-Prhhurg 218 Eighth Street HASBItOOK, STOItT A BHOOKS, INC., Special AOTertlalnjc Representatives. New York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia.... Mutual Life Building t hlcniio People'* Gui Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAI!, One SI* Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moa. M??. Mo. Dally and Sunday 90.OO #3.00 $1.50 8 .?? Dally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .35 Sunday only 2.00 l.OO .30 .25 By Timcs-Dlspntch Cnrrler Delivery Servlco In Richmond (and nuburbn) mid Petersburg Daily with Sunday, one weeki 15 eenta Dully without Sunday, one week 10 ccnta Stiuriny only 0 cents Entered January 27, 1005i at Ric...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

THE CHURCHES AND TO-DAY'S SERVICES Twelve Great' V erees; The Prayer Verse ? Ktrmoa by HKV. KLOYD XV. TOJIKINS. > ? T^st?St. Matt. s?l. '.J. . . _ ,Our Lord,, speaks of prayer many t-lnivai^ln the gospels, and Ho set ah "'i.nuplo by praying Himself. _ \Vo may b? sure, therefore. that prayer le not only arj essential part of Christianity, but that It Is the very lire of re- ! Union. "jToyrj- tn the'Christian's vital? breath,*. Tho Christian's native air." \V'> cannot really live without prayer aliy moKj than- we can live without breafhlngy and! the-real Christian ilnda pr.iycr Just ;ip natural an breathing. He d,oe? not reaion about It or "try to ??xplaih. why he e.U.ould pray, or how or whfti. He Just prnys, that In all. Just at* he breathes from the: cradle ;tQ the fcraVe. I. sorrt?tlmps -think 'wjp argue antl philosophies too much about], prayer,; aw If It ware a- mystery. -It-la :*11 vlght to explain about the use of Ih<; lungs and what breathing ...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

FAIE MIlllOH MOTOR MBS NEEDED FORUMS Glance at Agricultural Market Shows That Possibilities Are Hardly Scathed. LAllGEK DEMAND EACH YEAR Nearly 1,500,000 Automobiles Sold in United , States Since 1002. Farmers Use Cars for Utility Itather Than Pleasure. Nearly 1.500.000 automobiles have been sold In the United States since I 1902. wlien tlie business may be eald i really to have begun. Tho number of these machines that.! havo pone to the scrap heap In na yet ; negligible for commercial reckoning. j The oldest Is only twelvo or thirteen years old. You see tho quaint old timers In service every day. .Next year, according to tho forecast of the trade, .nearly 500.000 more cars will be sold. These facts cause many to wonder where these hundreds of thousands of cars will go next year? and tho years after that. They figure< thnt there is now one automobilo to each seventy or eighty people in the country. How many possible purchaser# remain to bo supplied? . Jasper, the well-kno...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

Way to Learn !Io\v to Meet the Demand for ' Dctter Things. "URYJIBX ARK CATCHING ON I'here Is Much We Know ajwl a Great Deal More to 13o Learned?Virginia Making Great Headway as a Dairy Centre. There is a growing demand anions :nllU consumers, as well as dealers and niunufacturors of hlgh-urado dairy ;?roducta, for a n?w test that will show | the cleanliness and purity of eaoh lot j of milk received. Tho testing of milk j at creameries In the South and cheese factories In the North and Northwest i '? usually confined to a fat determination by approved tests. The Grading of milk and cream at '.'actorlcs has been attempted to tiome extent In reccnt years, and an effort j Itus been made to base the price paid for each lot upon the purity of tho tullk as well as upon its richness and i>er cent of acidity. The method commonjy used for this purpose has, as u rule, been confined 'to an Inspection of i the odor, the taste ar.d the amount, of j fediment noticed In the bottom of, t...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

~ "C41 s ~ _Z2zaze'crxrcx^ ? i <3^e^>^?7 ^5crc?5r^ czextts&ta Zecf?.2?&y BgIZ^ ^cozr X ^sjy&j%zs5<sz% - -yyjrzrsi: <^&oytzET - - <2Zz5zt777/e Coo^e/? SSyUVCS o??W??My ?Meim<dl&iro*? I ,\r.\iu;)i\ ok music. > Momlit>. 'I'ueMliiy uml Wednesday,1 \t illi <1 ii 11? matinee. motion |ilo(ure*. ? With llnotrvrll in Swutti \merlca" ' jiml "Art'lic IImil." I OI.OMA1. Till J ATI! I-:. ? \ll the Meek, ivifli matinees Tuesday, J 'fiiurwdaj uml Siiturdfiy. tiriiyrc Smlt (loin |>nny in "Tit e (;lrl l-'rom tint I'otiiltT." | I K.Ml'IltK TIIUATIIi:. i. \ 11 the Meek, ullh matinee* 'hirH> I ?Ui>. Thursday uml Saturday, I.uellle | Cm Verae Company In "Mr*. Temple's 'trlrnrmn." I l.YltlC THUATHi:. " VII tlie week, with daily matinees, ?Lppiilar vaudeville ami feature ?nr jfleturex. *? i. ni.un thuatiii;. 7 Ml Hie...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

Kit ESTATE RECORD UNO COURT CRLERDIR Yesterday's Transfers Show Continued Demand for Ivots for ? Home-Builders. SPECULATORS __ ABE ABSENT Total' City Transfers for "Week Amounts to $200,001?Farm Property Very Active, and Annex ted Territory Lots Are in Demand. Deeds placed on rccord during the past week show a healthy tono for the local market, the demand being steady ?.nd "t nominal prlccH. While tho total a* lnr8c? possibly, as In some previous weeks, It Is shown that busiiieas 1r on a sound footing. For tho week the transfers of city proporty reached a grand total of $260,061.35, 5Pv. sales made by agents, but which have not yet cone to record, JhlB amount will probably be Increased to $276,000. Deeds of relense aggregate as largo a turn as tho deeds of trust. Indicating that business Is moving along normal linen. ? Farm proporty near the city was active. Agents dealing in form lands report that the number of inquiries Is Increasing dally, these Inquiries In the main being for em...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

: AUCTION HAliKti?Future Days. . " HY W. .S. ROBINSON & CO.. Hi>al Estate Auctioneer*. TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE OF 7KAMK PL, ATS DESIGNATED AS', NOS. ?;0, 2310-A. 2312 AND 2312-Aj T STREET. I In execution of n certain deed of] trust, dated August 23, 1913. and recorded In the clerk's olTlco of the Richmond Chancery Court. Hichmond. Va.? In deed hook 223-A. page 412. default having been made in the payment of a part of the debt thereby secured, and being directed no to do by the noteholder, I will sell at public auction, on the premises, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH, l'JH. at 1:30 o'clock P. M.. the following: described real estate: All that certain lot ot land, with the improvements thereon, lying nnd being! in the city of Hichmond, Vs., with a small part of the same In the rear ex- ' tending into the County of Henrico. ? commencing at r? point on the north line of T Street, distant eighty-nine; (89) feet, four i4) Inches, west of its | intersection with the west line o...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 6 December 1914

31xty-k0uutu YKAK AD iclepiioms YOVR WANTS TO tjiu tijikh-DISPATCH it a.VDOLI'ii 1 1 RANDOLPH WAST AD. hatkb. DAILY, one cont n wor?l when paid In advance. No ad.,taken fur ious than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents o word for all classified nda. except Situation* wanted at ono cont a word. No aiL taU?a for lee?i than is cents. NO AOS. taken for less than Z'i '.onto r/hen charced or phoned in. Phoned ordora not trunrnntoed. Cloulflcatlonn not euurunlosd ?uftur ?:!? l?. m. , lorii' and FOUND LOST. STRAYED Oil STOLEN. WHITE1 ,jb ul'liDOO. bkixdlh UK AD,! kinkkd TAIL. FEMALE. FROM \vm. RUEGER'S li e 8 I 11 E NO 15. "1ULH, HOUR," nic Alt RESERVOIR PARK. hkwaillv IK RETURNED TO LOUIS 1i-!''^'ei'o A It ERU EGER'.S HOTEL. LOST, a black. whlto and tan female setter. Any Information received will j>o rewarded. Louis Washer, 3008 William ?burg Avcnue, City. ' LOST, largo yellow and white oat. Return to lltf Houth Fifth Street, and' n?rHvo reward. j LOST. pointer, black and ...

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