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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

% PLAYS AND ACTS AT THE THEATRES THIS WEEK -s-Wedkly Caleimdlair"?? ACADEMY OF MUSIC. # Thursday, Friday anil Saturday, with dally mutluvcii ?it 3 o'clock?Motion pictures, "Puul J. Ralney'* Afrlcuu Hunt." RI.IOU THEATRE. All the week, irltli matinees Tuesday, Thursday noil Snturduy?Urayce Scott Company In "Jane ErTf." EMPIRIC THEATRE. AH the week, with matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday?Lucille La Vwrne Company, In "Difvld Garrlck." I.YI11C theatre. ' All the week, with dally matinees? Popular Vaudeville nud feature war pictures. \ COLONIAL THEATRE. All (he week with dally performance* at 2, 4, 7 nud V o'clock?Motion picture, "Tine's Punctured Romance," featuring Marie Drespler. AFRICAN HUNT PICTURES SHOW* FOR CHARITY j There Is no more famous big-game | sportsman in America to-day than Paul | J. Ralney, a young man of wealth, who | conquered the unimala of the Far North before venturing into African Jungles. Mr. Ralney equipped a coatly expedition, and. with J. C. Hemment, an ...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

rHSY KEEP ON BUILDING ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY Joulile Trpcklnc North of Gainesville, QcofKl{i?Contractu for Dig ' Work Are Let. ? An Atlanta special pay*: The flrat contract fpr work north ot Gaines'.m?? 0?-. tn connection with the plan rebuilding *nd dqnble tracking the Th^rlotte-Atlanta line, has Just been et by Souther^ Rallwiry Company.. work to Dp done consists of the sqpatructtpn of six and a half miles of >nt|fflly now line, lying In two1 Urqtclieo, fpur miles near Mpunt Airy! tnd two pi|lc^ and a half near White Sillpftur* Tli? construction will ho very expensive, and WM1 glvs employment 0 f. large force of men? as the country trough which .the new line will b? JUilt Is very rougfn and heavy grad? jig wljl be necessary. Great Improvement In both grades and curvature ?VllJ be aecur^d by the qopptructlon of the new line. Stewart & Jones, of Rock Hill, 8. C, j Rave the contract, and will begin work j nmedlatejy. In addition to providing ! letter facilities fo...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

Bureau of Tours of Automobile Club of America Issues Map and Information. RICHMOND ON GREAT ROUTE Wasbington-Rlchmond-Atlanta D?m- ' onetration Highway Can Bo Lsed ? at Any Season Without Difficult}. ? Points of Interest Along Route. The highways of Virginia and North Carolina aro given considerable attention by the Bureau of Tours of the Automobile Club of America, which has JfcBt Issued an interesting description of a tour from New York, via the Shenandoah Valley Turnpike. Staunton and Richmond to ATfSwta. Ga. ? bureau of tours has compiled a map. and recommends the tour described below after an investigation by one nf thd club's Pflthfln^cr curs. prefactnB the description of the tour In Virginia 1. the Bhunnndoah Valley Turnpike, nlnetj - f^r mil", in 1?nU. extending from Winchester, near the northei 11 border of the State, to Staunton, in the Hear ^wSciter! Va., is the gateway from the North for central and southern uarts of the State and for other more Southern Stites. the Caro...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

EAL ESTATE REGORD Hi COURT CALENDAR Sound Market Especially for Small Pieces of Residential Property. TWO LARGE DEALS IN HENRICO Agents Take Cheerful View of Situation, Urge Street Improvements and Predict Activity After First of Year?What Courts Are Dolrig. With the ChriBtmas holidays only a few days distant, real estato conditions In Richmond continue along lines denoting a sound itiarket. The demand continues good for certain classes, being In the main for residential property at small prices. I The holiday season of'the year is always light In the real estato business, and from the deals that were made during the past week, the agents look forward to greater happenings after the first' of the yonr. For the week tho transfers of city property reached a grand total of $98,436, and with the sales that were made by the agents, but which have no't yet gone to record, this amount will probably bo raised to $125,000. Deeds of release aggregate as largo a total as -the deeds of trust, i...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

FOR SALE?Houses KOR SALE. MONUMENT AVENUE RESIDENCE, Northitlde. near Davis Monument. Quick buyer enn get a bargain. No Information over phone. See H. SELDON TAYLOR it SON. NEW BRICK FLATS In West End, renting: for $240 per annum. Price. $2,000. This figure good until Wednesday, lfi. WALLERSTEIN & NEI^SON. 1112 East Main Street. FOR SALE. Price $2,500 Rent $420 Centrally located frame property. See 11s early Monday morning about this "snap." CATLIN & BROOKS CO.. 917 Bank Street. FOU SALK?Farms. FOR SALE. 1 2 Acres nearly all in cultivation; wire fenced; orchard and vineyard, dwelling, five rooms; barn; six miles from city. I'rice, $1,100. 94 Acres 011 beautiful road, ne-?r church and school and three-quarters mile of railway station. Dwelling, 7 rooms, 3 porches; large well, shaded yard; barn, stable and other outbuilding.1*; seven miles from the city. 20 Acres dwelling, 4 rooms; barn, crib and poul-try-house; young orchard; nine miles from city. Cheap. Apply...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH YEAR I DMITTEDLY ITHE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH KOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE! YOUR WANTS TO THE TIME3-DI8PATCU LNDOLPU 1 1 HANDOIiPn WANT AD. nATES. ilLV, one eont a word when paid In adance. No ad. taken tor leas than 10 canta. NUAV, one and ono-half centa a word for >1 classified ndu. except Situations Wanted t one cent a. word. No ad. takeii (or teas ban 10 centa. > ADS. taken for leaa than 25 centa when harged or phoned In. Phoned ordera not uarantced. Classifications not guaranteed ftcr 9:J0 P. M. LOST AND FOUND >ST, a black, white and tan female getter. Any Information received will rewarded. Louis Washer, 3908 Wllmshurg Avenue. City. > SWARD offered for smooth hair Irish terrier, answering to name of Jack. ?arlng a silver mounted collar and I ?tal No. 186, who strayed or win 3len from P18 1-2 West Franklin reet. Return to above address to Um reward. 6 reward for lost torrlor: . reddish brown, with short tall and...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

FOR SALE?Animals. VOR SALE. HOllES, MAKES. MULES. HAVING finished iny contract, and having no further uao tor them, will ?ell cheap 12 head of good mules. One pair will weigh 2,100, price, $176; one pair welch 2,300, price, $250; one pair weigh 2,600, price. $350; also 7 hena of largo young work horses; will weigh from 1,100 to 1,400, ami 5 heads of general purpose horses and mares, weigh About 1,000. All this stock Is In firstclass condition. Any ono In need of fctock will do woll to look these over before buying. Can bo seen at Crull 3 Stable, IS South Tenth Strect. JUST arrived at Cauthorn's Stables. 1317 Bast Franklin Street, llftoen young mules to bo sold for the high dollar; two and throe years old. VIRG1NI A'S ltKMABL 10 AUCTION AND COMMISSION STABLES W. 11. Chambers 1S09-11 E. Franklin St. SAFETY FIRST. If you want any kind of horso or mule." go nnd visit the Reliable Auction Stables and got what you buv or your money back. It will pay you to pome to us for what you want bef...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

Confederate C o 1 u m n? Genealogical Data?TimesDispatch Children's Club PRICE FIVE CENTS Society, Fashions and tho Household?Of Interest to Rvery Woman 64th YEAR RICHMOND. VA? SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1914. Vacuum Bottles, $1.50 We Sell More Ready-tt-Wear Garments for Women Than Any Other Richmond Store. Sterling Silver Picture Frames at Closing G, Prices Only 40 in the assortment, mostly oval style, with ball feet. Extraordinary values $1.98 Frames, 4 x7-incli size; sale price, $1.15 $2.48 Frames, 5}&x7-inch size, sole price, $1.(50 $3.48 Frames, 0 x5-inch size; sale price, $'2.25 $3.08 Frames, 8 xG-inch size; sale price, $2.50 $4.48 Frames, 0 x7-inch size; sale price, $2.75 Value, As Illustrated Large quart size. Will keep contents hot or cold for 24 hours, This useful bottle is the genuine imported article, and is the greatest value ever offered at the above low price. Vacuum Bottles for the school children CH/* very special values offered for DUG These bottles are the r...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

'liIsTucfiSww V W" ?' |^'l|)ebii(aoto? of iftftioh' ((rSlliko First i Formal How to Older Fosh? ioimble'Set:^jltlANY MARRIAGES OF INTEREST Mm. Sally Nelson Robins Speaks at ( Woman's Club To-Morrow After- ? noon?Engagement of Miss Taylor -j1 to Mr. Ularkiston Is Announced. : i i The leading society- event ? of -the ? Vlntcr,si;asojif4? tht^irst.Monday Gerjman/ui whl<$ fyhiQ tunten of the 1 seaebn make thfcl'r* nrsf forrtirll bow to ;0ie older fashionable jet. The dunce j i'thla year falls 'on December 14, and to- i I morrow evening in the bal' room of the j ^ofCerson Hotel, the firsv iunctiou of ;the K'lchmond German Club will be jheld. Colonel Jo Lane Rtcrn Is to lead .'ilie dance with Miss Janet Jones, a bud j ? of the winter, and the patronesses for j 'the affair Include: Mrs. Thomas l'inck- I ,ney Bryan, Mrs. Jullen H. 11111, Mrs.! 'Levin Joynes, Mrs. Thomas B.'. Me- ! .Adams, Mrs. John Skelton Wllllaifts, I Mrs. William H. Balmer, Jr., Mrs. John1 ;Stewart Bryan, Mrs....

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

IN IND CIIETY | WALKING HANO IN HIND |HIk December Throng at White 8ul- "? phur Finds Time for Less Fortunate Fellows. IllKLGIAN RELIEF UPPERMOST I'M! Good Deeds Not for People Abroad, and Hotel Employe Is Iteciplent of Advance Gift From Manta Claus. (Special lo The Times-Dispatch.] WHITE SUBPH UR SPRINGS. W. VA.. December Hi.?Charity and ualoty st111 go hand In hand lioro and tho big Decomber throng which In living an outdoor life playing K?lf and tennis, shooting or hunting, fishing, .motoring or riding and driving. bus found time for InioreMt In others less fortunate. Following a series of events, Including operatic concerts, theatricals and raffles for the Belgian suffereers and tlio American Red Cross Society, someone discovered that charity should begin at home. Right there In the grounds of the White Sulphur Springs ''Ktate. a matron, who has been a meinbei of tho Hummer and nptuinn cottage colony for years, found "Joe Allen," a worthy employe who was going around ?&g...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

MISS BROOKES HONORED WITH UHTIITTEIITK Weat Point Girl Is Being Handsomely Entertained While Visiting in Savannah. SPENDING WINTER IN SOUTH Dr. W. E. Evans Invited to Take Part in New Orleans Peace Centenary. Woman's Club Holds Meeting and Elects Officers. ? the Mattaponl River. Miss* UrOOkeij the attractive guest of her nolcG, I161 " [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] WEST POINT. VA. Dedfember 12.? A. Savannah paper of recent date has A very handsome picture or Mitt Mar&6urlte Brookes, of Wfcst POtht, yourtK1st daughter of Mrs. William Gfegc ry "fookes, of Brookeshire, Just across - kes In , Miss ulse Kelley, In the home of her slater, Mrs. Augustus H. Kelley, of Sa* vannah, Ga., formerly of Wost POlht. Miss Brookes probubly will spend most of the winter in the South. She feachod Savannah in time to enjoy the Series of parties given in honor of MI3a Wlnburn. who will be married next J reek. There have been dinners, card artles, kitchen showers, linen showers, morning sewi...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

IK GUEST OF HONOR AT MINT FUNCTIONS Miss Helen (irlbble, Who Weds Dr. Hohcrson, Is Kcclfiicnl of Many Social .Attentions. . ' t SOCIHTY IS GAY AT Dl'lUIAM , Card Parties, Club Meetings and Receptions Contribute to llapp.v Week in North Carolina City?Informal! Tea Drinking* Arc Popular. OUIiliAM, N. C.. December 12-? Miss Helen Cribble. whoso marriage to Dr. Koy Itoberson, In'the Kirst Presbyterian Church on Thursday evening was one of 11\?* ^nost beautiful social events of the season, was the honoree at a round of fuictio.-.s wie llrst of the week, given by her Iriends. "n Satui'ilav afternoon Miss Alary Sasser entertained at a brhirrc party In her Itonor. .1. I>. Morehoad ?nve. a riini partv and dance on Monday evening. Mi?a* Cecelia Henry entertained at tea <?ii TubsiJa; a'terjioon, from t to .Miss Douglas Hill gave a beautiful dance on Tuesdnv evening at the < 'onntiy Club, from !? t" I-. and on Wednesdav evening, after the marriage rehearsal at t...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

MIL Will MIKE CHILE WINTER HIT MEN it Will Furnish of Its Very 1-lnest I*roduc(M for Joy of American Stomach. VISIT TO GREAT PLANTATION There Will l?e Peaches, Plums ami Cherries for Chrisimus ami Wliile SIusKnu'Ions in 31i(lst of Snow. Millions of Plants. 11V. m.VIv <i. ('AKI'KXTUIi. Santiago, Chile. HOW" would you like tu have luscious peaches at Christmas, ripe plums, years; and cherries in the heart of midwinter# and groat white inuvkinelon? -vvh<>n the mound is cov- j cred with tmow? This la what you niuy expect from Chile now that the Panama Canal is completed ami the war demand for American goods is turning our shipping that. way. The vcssols carrying our wares to l'acilie South America will furnish cheap return freights. and the prospect Is that in the near future many of ihem will oojne loaded with fruit The -seasons y^>v\ this side of the equator are the opposite of ours. The fruit begins to ripen here late in our fall, and the C...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

GUNUL WILL MAKE CHILE WINTER FIUIT GARDEN It Will Furnish of Its Very l'^inest Product* for Joy or American Stomach. VISIT TO GREAT PLANTATION There Will Be Peaches, Plums ami Cherries for Christ mus ami White Mufikmolons in Midst of Snow. Millions of Plants. Ill' KRA.Mv ?ji. CAUI'KM'KH. Santiago. Chile. HOW would you like to have lusclous peaches at Christmas. ripe plums, years and cherries iri the lveart of midwinter. and great wliito UlusKmelons when the ground Is covered TTith anew? This is What you may expect from Chile now that the Panama Canal is completed and the war demand for American roods is turning our shipping thn*- wa>"- T!)t' vessels carrying our ware* to Paclhc South. America will iurnlsh cheap return freights, and the prospect Is that in the near future -many of them will come loaded with fruit The masons vfTn this side of the equator are the up- * poslte of ours. The fruit begins to ripen here late in our fall, and the Chileans have plums, peaches and p...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

Hill BE Elf IT THE HOT I ? ' per? Is Influx of Young People Who j Will Have Shaif lu Jollities of Y?|ftldc. [UN* COTTACJEH8 BftTBUTAIN! few Life, It Is Expected, Will He; Injected Into UuoHtH by Iladlo-! Active Wa^er Now "on Tap" Neat* j Mallrooiu. (?Special ?> Tho Tiniea-OldDatch.I HOT HJMUNOH. VA., Dt-oombor 13,-?; lie Clirlntman holidays ure'pow loomJ1* up foe Hot HprlngH nil a tlliio oT p-newtd gaiety, an several of the cothanrH will entertain house parties uml In Influx of young people Its expcctod ?t tho iJomcBtca.iT ? Hotel. wheru llfo HI] be very Jolly until after New eura. During: thu houdoys the coired entertulners will furnish musiu pr nightly dancing In the Japanese k-oni, uh wan done during tho Noveni|?r season. A little extra life, if that were posible, may be looked for In the dancing ere before long, when turkey trotters lushing out of the ballroom will dririlt iPrlng water that In heavily radio-av-ivo, vaccording to the official report f Dr. ilemmcter and...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

WILL flE WIT THE HOT here |8 Influx of Young l'eoplo Who WiJl Have Share in JolliticH of Yulftide, IANV COTTAOEHS Kl^TURTAIN 'ow Life, It In Expected, "VVUI Ho Injected into GucNtN by Hu<Jlo> Active Wa^er Now Mon Thj)" >*cmiBallroom. Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch i lil &IMUNOH. VA.. DmcX? line C-hrlfitmn* holiday* are'now loom- &??? |'2T iMot s'>r,n?? "? a thno of snowed saiet.v, *H sever;*! of the cot- ? InHnX i!nt0rts*hl ItOUSO parties 1111(1 I !?,? ./'f y4J""? PP?P?? '? expected fi,, "P Hoimnteail Hotel. whera llf.< ill br very Jolly until after \>w turn. During the holiday? the rot jr iiUrh?i u ,"*rS| will furnish niUMlu ?? nightly dancing In the Japan. ?e fr orasonVar' "? <UlrlnB th- ^ovciiiA ilttle oxtra life. If that woro poscrn l?7?? i ,00,tc<J1 tov 1,1 H?o dancing ???. foro ,onfj"' when turkey trotters Uhhlng out of the Imlirooin will dririk r.n* water that is heavily rudio-...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

WHf MM LK FJIL TO PBBTEOT WOMEN; Iticlinioml SultrnKlMN Croud Thai ! Leaders in <_'hihl Welfare Work ! Agree Willi Them. I .A WS It EST W HERE WOM MX VOTE j Miss .Julia Lathrop, llenil of Clitl-j ilreu's llureau, 1'nited States l)e- J |iai'tuieiit of Labor, Gives Interest- j lag Views on Suffrage. Suffragists have certainly had their! "innings*' during 11?f* past week in t . Kichnibnd. for tlie great majority of 1 visiting notables who attended tlie scv- j ernl conventions have already indorsed tiirir I'liiif. After hearing Miss .lulia ! I?4ilhrop. lieao of the National ?'hil- i ? Iron's ISurend. I' ll of the Interesting ! work thnt-is 1 v-1 ?>ti done for the babies i ' of trie country at the meeting <>f the J Wmiicii s Assooiatioirof St. I'aill's Kpis- j v.pol Church. it was with considerable ! eclat that the local voter-for-women I advocates announced that Miss Jvithrop is :< suffrag:?t. Certainly no better j i> rgt...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

SOLID SHOT AND BURSTING SHELL RAIN DOWN ON UNPROTECTED HEADS WtfLO ID NEVEH SEEN SOW!!?IN BUTTLE for Hours in Mortal Agony Confederates Face Terrific Fire of Northerners. STORY IS -TOLD BY SURVIVOIl Col. Joseph Mayo, "Who Was Many ?Times Promoted for Valor, Gives Graphic Recital of Horrors When High Tide Was Reached. nv COLONKI, JOHRPH MAYO. The order of march Into the enemy's country was left in front; first Kweli's. then Hill's, and lastly I^ongstrect's -orps. of which Armlstcad's. Gfirnett's tnd Ivempor'g Brigades of Pickett's Division brought up the rear. The other two brigades, those of Corsu and Jenkins, were absent on dotached service ilong the Potomac. WO reached Chaniberaburg on the svenlng of Juno 27, and stayed thore until hastily summoned to the scene >t hostilities on the morning of July 2, laving been employed in the meantime in tearing up the railroad tracks and Icmollshing the depot and othor buildings. A forced march of twenty-five :nlles on Friday, July ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

the Ol d - HICKORvTI^EI HOMf OP Old mrcrow ! 'cor.m C OLUMN frnwn hy Wolfor<l Rnrker, l>ravru liy Itichur<l KorrcM llrnuor. Drawn h Druvtn li> I'll 1111? II. I)rw. Dtiumi by >lnrj 'I'lima. Urnnii l?> Kll/.nbrib IIiiiImoii. ? Vrnvto William*. Correspondence Column We've Missed You. Dear Editor,?1 suppose you think that I huve entirely forgot ton our page, but you can poo for yourself Unit I have not. 1 linve been so busy since I lost wrote Just vouhln't 11 ml time. I have been watching for. and looking at the page every Monday. ; Inclosed you will please find a small draw- | Ing. Did you havo a good time Thankeglvtng? My sister Roberta. who Is away (.caching. spent ThanV-?*lvlng with us. and i we surely did have a good time. Must stop i now. Know this is too long to print, so [ please don't. Wishing our page a lots of ! guod luck. Your member. S 1 DOROTHY WALE13U. I Goodloe's I*. O.. Spotsylvania County. Va. I Badge ll...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 13 December 1914

C>y Jxudy Du ff-Qordon LADX DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London, and foremost creator of fashions in the world, writes each week the fashion article for this newspaper, presenting all that is newest and best in stylet for well-dressed women. Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close touch with that centre of fashion. SINCE my arrival la America I have found time to create a number of gowns to complete my collection for the present season. Naturally I have takenpalns to make some of these gowns ones which are' well suited to the favorite pastimes of your strenuous nation. On all my visits <o this country I have been-deepiy Impressed with the American fondness for afternoon amusements. When Paris Is only Just beginning to open Its eyes you energetic Americans are already through with your luncheons and are preparing for your teas, your afternoon weddings, your dances and your rfkatlng parties. Each of these call for a peculiar type of dr...

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