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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

'The Danaid," an Illustration or the Old Greek Legend >Thr ou*h Which Rodin Symbolizes Eternal De?pair. iHE amazing spirit of patriot ism that inspires France in **? the present conflict has been Btrlkingly illustrated by the great French sculptor August Rodtn. He has presented to the British nation twenty of his fineBt pieces of sculpture as a mark of his grati tude for the help that England haB given to France. This splendid collection of statu ary is estimated to bo worth In marble, bronze, material and work manship alone about $200,000. When the labor of the artist, the most dis tinguished sculptor of the day, ia Added, their value reaches an enor Tnous figure that would probably (place them beyond the purchasing Sower of any private collector, now ,.,iat Pierpont Morgan is gone. That an artist who began life as % half-starved workman and has only achieved comparative affluence -in his old ago should make such a princely gift is a fact worthy of general attention. Rodin, bein...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

?v* ? > % ^ When You Go to War for Your Father land "Be Careful to See Your Father land Is Not a Step-Fatherland for / . ' ? ? .!> Anybody." v By George Bernard Shaw . I. i THE thJng we aro all talking about at the present moment I will call the "bank ruptcy of civilization,?' because we are losing rather near to that. It lsta b&Pkruptcy that we shall get through. - It has been frequently asserted that the ,viir la'being waged to preserve wliat-.ls called i "the bajance of power." I' want to jpolnt out ij?e rather curious thing that ther' redistribu tion Qf Income really lies at the tMJttom ot ,'the balance of power. If Incomo had been better distributed than It has. If It had been, eayj for the last twenty years better dis tributed In Germany, In France, In England, In; Russia, in Servla, there would not be this bankruptcy of^ civilization going on at the present time. When I say that the balance of power Is largely a question of distribution of income, I Aiean that no St...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 6 December 1914

1 ag.yvY-v^ % / ./ 4 ,?t ? . r \ i Far-Seeing Dutch Statesmen, Fearing the Fate of Belgium, Warn the Queen to Mind Her Own Business and Make Her Mecklenburg-Schwerin Consort Virtually a Prisoner in the Royal Palace Amsterdam, Nov. 20. F the many people who have suffered by this war, the one who lias been most deeply humiliated is Prince Henry, husband of Queen Wilhclminn, of Holland. Prince Henry's sufferiugs have uot been heroic. He bus been kept piratically a prisoner in his wife's palace, spied nu. for bidden to communicate with his German friends and generally treated as a sus picious character by the country of his adoption. The war has made the preservation of Dutch independence an anxious and burn ing question in Holland, and the sturdy Dutch burghers will not allow l.lie Queen's German husband to stand in (he way of protecting their interests. Tlio Queen's consort was born a Prince of lUeckleubjifg-Schwerin, and his nephew is the reigning Grand Duke of Mecklen burg-Sclj weri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

mammammmm?sssa irnmni| FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of cltr and State the beat mc4Jtu? la all VU|1bU la THE TIMES-DESPATCH 16 SHOPPING DAYS Are all tfcat nnuln before C'krbitmafl. Help other* nnd ywur?tlf by boytag Barly. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO^DAY*S V/EATHKU PRICE 2 CENTS RAIN 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,922, RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914. ?TEN PAGES KlUHMUnU BtHINU ! OTHER CITIES IN SCHOOLSUPPORT Spends 53 Cents for This Piirpose, Where Other Towns Spend $1. INDUSTRIAL SURVEY REVEALS CONDITIONS Makes Accurate Report on Voca tional Status of City's Army of Employes. WOKKEKS I,ACK EDUCATION* * I Investigators Find That .Luck of / Training Keeps Down Adult Wage Scale. ? Richmond spends more generously than forty other American cities of Its elzo for highways and sanitation, about a.a much ac tho average for police and fire protection, but teas than almost any other city for the support of tin public schools. Its expenditure for this purpose/Its little more than onc-lialf that appropriated by ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

5! Ito wvotop the Russian* on both flanks! nil III Id Indicated by the fact that there Mb lighting near IlOw. north of Iiodi, land at piotrkow, to tho south. Both tplnfts ar< in advance of the positions Jnt ^hioh the Germane previously haVe 'been Mpofted itl their second invasion Jot t'olarid and, like Lodn, they arc on ^ the main foads to the Polish capital. (RUSSIAN success I) KM I'D BY GERMANS There IS no news from South Poland beyond a German denial of a reported J Russian success at Csenstochowa. I The capture of an advance position {jnt Przemvsl is regarded as conferring SJa valuable advantape to the Russians In their attack on the fortress. Leav ing this city to tho attentions of the JJpjesleglng armies, the Russians are ^[pushing in small bodies steadily across Vjithe plains of Hungary, and fugitives ] Jare. said to be pouring1 toward l!uda fi jpest. Irt the face of the Austrian advance J.j'in Servla there lias been talk of the 4?jjrehioval of the capital from Mlsh to }j!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

ABOUT SI ,000,000 SPENT FOR RELIEF 0F3ELGIANS Rockefeller Foundation Stands Heady to Use Millions More if Necessary. ALSO HELPS POOR IN NEW YORK Sum of 945,000 Contributed for Thin Purpose?Statement Detailing Ac tivities of Foundation Issued by Authority of Its President. NEW TOHK, December 6.?The Rock- | efellor Foundation already has spent : about $1,000,000 for tins relief of the ] starving population of Belgium. The | foundation further "la ready to spend millions of dollars, If necessary. In this direction." j A statement detailing the activities j of the foundation, authorized to-night by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., as prcsl- i clont of the foundation, said In part: . "The foundation has thus far dis patched one shipload of food, 4,000 tons, to Belgium, which already has been re colved and distributed. It Is now load ing a seoond ship in New York harbor, which will carry C.500 tons, and has purchased for delivery at Philadelphia to a third ship 280.000 bushols of wheat. These th...

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

BASEBALL POT STARTS BOILING AT NEW YORK TO-DAY ] SPORTS] -11 IMPBRTflNT RULING OF VIRGINIA FACULT) Adopts Resolution Preventing Foot ball Squad From Playing Other Than on College Grounds. NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTED Thanksgiving Day Fixture Will Be Staged in Richmond Until Tar heels' Athletic Stadium Is Com pleted. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA.. Ilec?mh?r 6.?Football at Virginia la becoming much too popular. In the opinion of the faculty of that august Institution, which has Just adopted, by a unanimous vote, a resolution to the effect that fu ture elevens will not bo allowed to play on any {grounds except the homo grounds of one of the contestants. The one exception to the ruling: Is In Aho case of the game wi'th the Uni versity of North Carolina, which, for historical reasons and obligations, will bo permitted to continue In Richmond, Va? on Thanksgiving Day, until North Carolina shall have had time to com plete her stadium, the funds for which have been donated by Isaac E. Emer son, of Baltim...

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

ILISCH SPEAKS AT JUS* ANNUAL MEMORIAL tresses Confidence in Doctrine of Resurrection of tho Dead. pSICAL PROGRAM RENDERED Jpressivo Services Are Held in Academy of Music, Roll of Mem bers Who Have Died During Year Ueing Called. bringing a message of hope and good icr. Rabbi B. J*. Callsch, Th. D., fle ered an address as appropriate as It s feeling at the memorial service of ,:hmond Isodge, No. <5. Benevolent 1 Protective Order of Elks, held yes tday afternoon In tho Academy of ?.sic. lie brought answer to the ?rlil-olcl question, "If he die, shall he to again?" declaring that, as every Vslcal desire and need had each Its itlflcatlon, so was It well to be Vo that the spiritual need Had uiso response In a life that comes after. |6 fine desire of the soul, touching Jn tho verge of Infinite things, he d. Is proof to the spiritual mind that ? does not end with tho grave; that, In matter, ho Is the ?rave the cradle a new birth and the entrance to u ger sphere. Commenting on the car al ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

jvitfjtnoriii dim$-p?patd) THE TIMES, Founded 1888 THE DISPATCH, Founded 1850 Pabllnhtd every day In the year by The Tlmt*. Dispatch PubllahlnK Company, Inc. Address all communications to TUB TIMES-DISPATCH, Tlmea-Dlspatch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, tllchmcnd, Vn. TELEPHONE, ltANDOLPll 1 Pnhllentlon Odlee lo South Tenth Street South Illrhmond 1020 Hull Street PetenbuiK 100 North Sycamore Street Lyrehburi; 218 Kl([h<b Street HASBROOK, STOHV & BROOKS, IXC., Special AilTerilnlne Representatives. Nctt York 200 Filth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Lite Building Chicago People's Gaa IluIldinK SUBSCRIPTION HATES BY MAll, One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Moa. Moa. Mo. Dally and Suuday 90.00 SS.OO ?1.B0 * .55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .JI5 Sunday only 8.00 1.00 .50 .25 fly Times-Dispatch Cnrrler Delivery Service la Richmond (and auhurhn) and I'etersburg-i Daily with Sunday, one week 15 cent* Dnlly vrlthout Sunday, one vreek 10 cents Sunday only 5 cent* Entered Jnnunry 27, 1005, ...

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

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Notes (WO DANCES OF INTEREST, SET FOR THIS EVENING oelety to Attend Benefit at Colonial Theatre for Sheltering Arm* Free HmplUJ. ? Mrs. George J. Bull, of Paris, France, 'ho is spending- the winter In Rich mond,' in leaving town to-day for a 'eek'c stay wljh relatives and friends t? Philadelphia and New York. Mrs. mil expects to occupy her apartment t 816 Park Avenue on her return to !il? city. \t the Wo man'n Ctnb. A large audience will go to the Voman's Club this afternoon at 4:30 t'clopk to hear Miss Katharine II. i lawwj. Iccturo on "Philanthropy."'Tea wlU.be served by the hostesses of the ifternoon following the lecture. I '.-The' Woman'* Club has recently pur ]l)a?ed a lovely watercolor, "The Bug e.r." done by the lato William L. Shep >ard, jiyhosc work has been on oxhl Mtion f%r the past several weeks at jhe A*"t Club of Richmond. Mr. Hbep fard'u picture will bo another inter ning addition to the collection of nlendld paintings t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT .Hoo??r, ual contribution* *r auRKnttou will be wmhom*!.* Facts for Farmers, Stock^ Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Trackers and Gar? \ deners'-'Queries and'Answers MORE SHEEP SHOULt) BE | RAISED IN OLD VIRGINIA Sheep husbandry tihould receive more attention from tho farmers of Virginia and the South than it does at tho pres ent time. On many farms there> are no ?fcoep at all. On many ?\hcr" Ul? "j* of the flock could and alioiild be in ereaeed. and moro attention gl%en to thiB branch of farming: with resulting profit to the owner. The variouB phases of the sheep in dustry afford numerous channels through which the ,Kill of tho pro ducer can display itself. The breeding of pure-bred stock offers Bpeclal in ducements to many, whllo a larger number ?re content with tho produc tion of mutton ? and wool for market purposes. In tho brooding of purc brod stock- the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

MXfY.FOtJfcTIt TEAR VUTTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN TttE BOtJf II FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. t'KLErilONB YOUR WANTS T<> ' THB TIMES' DISPATCH j&KDou'ii i i Randolph WANT AD. RATES. *JLY, cent u word when paid In *d >ance. No ad. taken for less than It cents. 'NDAY, ono nnd one-half cents a word for classified Ada. except Situations Wanted V.on? cent it word. No ad. tak?n for l??s nan 16 cthU. taken for leas than 26 cents when , rii?f ? FS Phoned In. Phoned orders not [?Vr ??*> p Classification* not *Ufcraniead 1 lost and found DHT, ft black, white nnd tan female setter. Any Information received will p Rewarded. l.ouls Washer* 3908 Wll ,imnbut-g AvcnUOi City. iDS'f, black silk bag containing <?yc (glus.scs Sunday morning, between ?iCBterfleld Apartments and Laurel and ranklln Streets. Liberal' reward - If /turned to Mrs. Stokes, Chestorflold partmenta. HELP WANTED?Male ANTliD, railway mall and postal dorks; examination Booh, over 2,000 >polntments yearly; prepare ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 7 December 1914

RICHMOND. MONDAY, DECEMBER 7,1914. N. jf ^ ought to be a matter of much concern to all good housekeepers ?Especially those who are preparing their home-interiors for the Christmas holidays?that, because of the big sur plus stock sale (beginning to-day) in our Home furnishing Goods Sections, they can secure some excellent quali ties of LACE CURTAINS, POR TIERES, DRAPERIES., DOMESTIC AND ORIENTAL. RUGS, etc., at very much below their usual prices for such grades. It is altogether probable that some of these items are required in your home RIGHT NOW. It is almost a certainty that they will be needed in the near future. In either event, where such high-character merchan dise is involved REAL ECONOMIES, LIKE THESE, should not be over looked! Our Third Floor Section, where all these things are now on special snle. should be visited by you at your ear liest opportunity. Why not TO-DAY? MILLER & RHOADS. SKETCHES FROM LIFE -:-By Temple "Aiv, Nix! It?s Gotta Be Swell!" ACCA TEMPLE BAZAAR ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 December 1914

want ad publicity Pat* your gnnt for m altuatlon on ? strictly bualneaa bavla nheu yon advertise In the times-dispatch 15 days to shop You will help the merchants anil K*t better service If 70a SIlOP UAIILY. the times-dispatcrt NUMBER 19,923, 04th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. ?TWELVE PAGES PRICE 2 CENTS, CLOUDY TO-DAY'S WKATHKK RICHMOND PLANTS I LOOK FORWARD TO INDUSTRIAL BOOM Manufacturers Freely Pre-j diet General Resumption of Normal Conditions. '' i BUSINESS OUTLOOK IS GOOD, SAYS SAMUEL MORGAN j ' | Richmond Cedar Works, After j Period of Curtailment, Runs j Full Blast. . I OPPORTUNITY FOR MUlLDBRsj IjOW Cost of Material Pointed Out by j Walter Ij. Clack?New Indus- I tries Open. industrial conditions in Richmond! liot only compare favorably with other I cities similarly situated, but a careful survey of the local situation mado yes terday chows that there is already a marked Improvement hero. Even in those lines which have suffered moat tliero 1b general belief...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 December 1914

Allies Resume Offensive in Western Theatre of War !?!^S?* ?"?" t? BotC,hr"u"Bh* lilAG PETER OF SERVIa ^lnp ., . LV COMMAWD OE ARMY ropft to this i?s (hn? .Uu Austrian j jSgnnhln'. \m.;:l.C?e.r0,do ???' ^SRVirS^1* " """'J" Caprine. " ,,outr??ty until ^SSS.ub ugiorates Joffre und Koch and the ?" G.enom,B of.;tlio Order of s, \n\B,'ilnd cross , - 4W>? ... acven othar h ranch. eonorafal ALUES ARE PRESSING VIGOROUS Or'FEXSIVW f?P?clal Cable to Th. ti ? vl,l iPMUS. Decembef % ?fR Patch'1 : been established'' mn.n BUns 1 RWutli of Nleunort rL 1 ,a t!olnt -,l?st severe directed t *.?2 to-dav their a'j&inst Oust DunkiTke^t18 ca????onade htdf mil.. ?n .. c' tu'? at,J one T),la /"the nrst h,,^;?1 ?f -^'eu?ort. l?fo found a target ?o f?e,,cn,,v's K?ns fcr ol n: tafeks0 UKafnst,irtCheCOnt,'lU1lnsr t,,e,r ?<-" isolated, and thev n? t ^cV1>y aro small numbers th-it n ? ,! 111 suc,? their possession i? L ? ??htinK over calibre or .klrmUh,? ?r " lh? or riri'v'? ,h? ,^.rt fcw ^jvero opne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 December 1914

FOB NATIONAL DEFENSE -*?icroase of $5,000,000 for Military ana Naval Expenses Over Cur Mnt Year Sought. PLANS OP ADMINISTRATION Tentative Naval Program Calls for Two Battleships, Eight or More submarines and Other Craft Sen tlment for More Submarines. WASHINGTON. December 7.?Amorl can military and naval expense* for the next fiscal year, not Including certain xe <5XPonsos, would amount to $256, 421.367 compared with 1251.284.167 dur nK th? current year, under plans of administration embodied In esti mates submitted to Congress . to-day. The amount provides for the regular army, military academy, the militia so as ,ts cost to the Federal govern ment Is concerned,, fortifications, arse nals. military posts and the naval es !mvalhh,HM?' ,nc,udfn?f the proposed creaso ^ pr?Bram' 80,1 the ln" crease in the navy heretofore author to?!he0n?tUn" "f?1 bu,,d,nK Program ?h? I.fi ? 8cal ycar- as Indicated In sfx torn^iCh C?U2 for two battleships, lx torpedo-boat destroyers, "elirht or KUnho*...

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

SPORTS RICHMOND REASONABLY SURE TO GET ORIOLE TEAM RICHMOND'S FATE IN ? COMMITTEE'S HANDS After Six-Hour Session, International League Magnates Adjourn to Meet *** Again This Afternoon. NOT CONSIDERED ^ ssident Ebbets Does Not Wbrhi ]l'p to ? Third Club In City of (jfchnrches?-Syracuse Strong for Jersey City Franchise. fBW YORK, Deoember 7.?Twenty fifijr hours from now It Is Certain that tip) Baltimore International League franchise will have boon transferred to ihmond. The matter was taken up t($?)flay at a six-hour session of the In tejn&tlonal magnates. W. 13. Bradley, of. Richmond, was on hand, and stated Uuj^Jie had sufllclent financial backing to? vfhrrant the transfer of the fran chlss to that city. Jack Dunn Is fa vorAblo to the Idea, lie Is oil a com mltteeo that will discuss the matter arfd Report baok to the meeting to m&rr^w. Jefaey City Is also to be transferred, -and ?ilts franchise will likely go to siraguse. ?? IlnrroTV Appoints Committer. {Tho magnates of th...

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

Police Hnve Trouble Enforcing New Ordiunnce Requiring Reports. SEVERAL. CASES REPORTED Ijftw Requires -Written Report to Police on Receipt of Any Putlent Suffering From Accidental or Other Injury. Captain of Detcctives McMnlion will to-day havo an officer call at the Re treat for the Sick and return two hos pital blanks sent to Police Headquar ters from that Institution yesterday. Neither of the blanks bears the name of the hospital from which they were sent, and each Is so illegibly written that no ono at Police Headquarters Is able to read them. According to fig ures deciphered on the blanks, the pa tients were brought to the hospital on the 6th and 6th of this month, but neither of the reports was returned to the police until late yesterday after noon. Captain McMahon said last night that he would' have a dotectlve call at the hospital to have the report blanks filled out so that he could read them, to ascertain why the cases were not roported earlier, and further to instruct the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 December 1914

kWuneg-fli&ffltcIj Tine TIHK8. rounded 1RS8 THE 1>ISPATCI(> Founded 18SD iJPabllihfd irery day In the year br The Times Dfapatrh I'ubllnhlnic Company, Inc. Addreaa all ?^?UBDlmtlonn to THE TIMES-DISPATCH. 11nti-Dlap*lrh Building, 10 South Tenth Street, lUthmtBd, V*. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 {4bltc?tlon Office 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 1020 Hull Stre?t PfeteraLnnc 100 North Sycamore Street LCrn('hhuric 2IS Eighth Street ' IMSHItOOK, STORY .t DROOICS, INC.. ? Special Ad7ertlalnK llepreacntntlvea. IVc\r York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Ltlc nulldlnfr Chicago People'* (in? IIutldlnK SUBSCRIPTION RATES ipV JIAIL One Nix Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Man. Mob. Mu. Dolly nud Sunday 90.00 $3.00 $1 .no 9 .35 Daily only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .35 Bjinday ouly 11.00 1.00 .50 .25 .By Timea-Dlapatch Carrier nellTery SerTlce In Richmond (and auburbn) and l'tterihnrsi Dally with Sunday, one week 15 centa Dally without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sunday only 5 centa 'Entered January...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 8 December 1914

"?U8el"'ld enC T17 T V c= Interests jUV/lL 1 1 Personal Notes MR. AND MRS. F. E. NOLTING GIVE HANDSOME DANCE Debutante Entertainment Ulvcu by Mi ? uU Mrs. Merrltt Allen Chambers In Honor of DnlJichter. Two lovely house dances wore givo hist ovonlng, entertaining members o the fashionable act. and both wer very smart affairs.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred orlck E..Noltlrig entertained about nft members of the younger society sot a I u? Kiven in their rcBidence, 01 Street, tho/functlo ? v ? honor at MlM Virginia L,yncl Norfolk, who Is their guest. Th <iia wing-rooms were decorated every rl?r? I)0'n8ettlas and crimson flow ' ' an? ?? Hereon of palms and South ?X h,<1 the 8lrlnK?d orchestri! hlch played for the dancing. Th uining-rooin. where a biifTet suppor wh Rt 11 o'clock, was arranged 1 aruleas and snapdragons. and th mantel was banked with plnlc floweri ?I', and Mm. Noltlng received wit tnoi tpifcat of honor. Miss Lynch wor ?l r rcnch gown of white charmuus< madH witli an overdress ...

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