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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

URGE BETTER LODGINGS FOR RURAL TEACHERS Richmond Health Ofticer Declares Illiteracy Is Duo to I11 sanitatlon. WOMKX WANT "TKACH KRAG K" Occupational llui-eau Here Ready to Aid Rptlt Employer and Employed. Oilier Activities of Interest to Lo cai Organizations. Rlchmonal now lias a compulsory ed ucation law, man\ urbanizations of women ami of men ami women arc waging an incessant war on illiteracy throughout the State, ami there is yet m stale that educators in general have failed to realize; that is. that in many instances it is a physical impossibility for teachers to final a habitation with modern sanitary equipment suffi cient to allow thom to make their resi dence there. _ At a meeting of the Graduate Nurses' Club of Richmond last week. Dr. \V. A. Plecker, of the Bureau of Vital Statis tics, told of the difficulties that beset the rural teacher anal said that in the very community where a teacher was most needed to teach the principles of sanitary living; to the people, there was...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Comics'in colors, coutfiin i n t; Host W drk. .of U?o World's ilwt Humorists Clover "Funny" Pictures that Appeal Irresistibly to Every Member of the Family mn SURE! So soon :gey.MY h/vt l)ND CO&T VJND A, I BE ^^IGHT DOWN .' j ' COMIC SECTION HlChWdnd.Wi. December 13. 1914 ConrrliCtitcd. 19H. br the 6Ur Compmoy. Groat Britain Right* Reserved. I C^HT A BIG STUFF! 1 I'M A NULLVONAIRE! -DOTsS VM! 1 GOT A UNWLE VOT LEFT me. four million DOLLARS UNt> A, fr\ent> uf t>E.R ^ WNW OF SVEfc^N ! *sJi CMASS 1 DlS ISS t>ER PRESIDENT'. - A PRIVATE C&R ? PRIVATE C&RS iss NIX fqr big STUFFS UKE . You1. rr~TT VJtY. FR\tz.! PUT T)er HOSE on DER .RECEIVER 1 ?? per NEVAi * TELEPHONE > *5$ NOW * put'in , IJ 'GO UND I ?phons % RfML-* Rqadpres IDENT Bout my g -PR WCvTE J . C<W. PUT IT on YOUR GR^ND - MUDDE.R \ - "DON'T BE ->i_, Bossy 1 r rg?3S maybe YOUR* un KLE' . VAS ALSO A "BtGT^ ? STUFF J you ISS DEF V.0P5TER VOT &LVAYS SPANKS "dem LUFLY )$ VTATZEN - ((^m JAMMER )!??...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

SUZA^E this, RATINE, chance To) GtT R?DyC_ ^Of H?M < 0H uncle, fj>UKE WONT L Youe>t HAVE Do Not Worry, Gentle Reader! In a Few Weeks He Will See Suzanne Again. Copyrirtit?<J. 19H, t?jr (be 8t4r Company Grout OrttAla'flight* Reserved. Tfe "^vwfuULY'l QrOOp MEAR.Tt.0 tYoUr>B- ARu S^oitnlyV ?yyK'Ntpj (W. HOOU<2rAN> Wou ^AVEp mV \HAT ANp < ^\NV ftlooped j IM VOURf friend/ v /FRom C r\ vnovvon.) /OH ,Ppnt\_ kUET ^RTraR\^ "FAl-U OVE.Rp>0Af?p: rcatch! I For. VoU^e J Pfc?F?55offJ /THl^ ><7 the k Tc?UtHH?T GAH? ) c>f CHb.CK?KL^ < I avtK PiAVEO /Ve$. IThiKK i I'VE GOT xf&U STH^TiME.r J pocToR. J fCoHE^Aa^ (U^RE^OITraH' COMC k BERTRAM'./ > c>H,WOK't / 5omE0odY I 7 ?:atch < I^ERTRfcM* /NOVJ 5Tiuv., vlONE^ ONt-TWO-J COMt &t\CYZ An??> V'l-v , l_icv< You J /PoitkamI Po YouseI ^VEAR ML) i| 7~^ (TAKE THAT LOS5T&R ' KEVwPUPC>V\Ta"THE- / PlNlHG- Root^l ANiP) EHi CAREVUU y {I'LL H/\VE VOU I'^UT IN iRObl^ \ FoPvTHATj/ (^OlTRyt"^ PUT HI...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ygmagi JIMMY Nothing Serious Happened, Only the Two Bottles Got Mixed. Ojpyrlrtted. 1914. by th? Star Company Or*at Britain fllghtfe r?s?rvo4 ' say ul"rtl-e &ows ) pleas'el c6tv\e hbpe a tv\ln?ute t wouldn't worbtf a b?t,wrs.uon^3 a urtTLE b?t of j\nks spot remover willtake vt r.ight oqt\* ^ ?? ~| ('is -wat sotiut^e a \ can gst SOMEONE. td run "do'^n td fc /25*3^8l ^iwpime ? , .r^M tut tut * rr*3 just A urme (wotgfcstlon twls pkescr\vt\oh a/ill. fix, tou up ik a v^ff^t, jtmmy.runtd tue drug store. and have ~thls Prescription fiuued hurr^f oag.k 0ecause \ papa has a paiw ! " 1lv_ g?Nr> JlMtvW To "TME dfeug store,1 * "Yes MAMMA y/oult> you miwd gothg td the. drug ' STORE: ami) gettlkci \ io cts worth OF n v uikks . SPC3T remove# ^ i'VE written \J iwn \ ON th\s pape^' v^elu. well,! as i live 1t5 a lost kid!' pleat>e make ~tu)?> up'- > sure! lady. we're gcin' tue.rse al/ anjyvv/ayj an owe us A r>uv\es . wor5"o"mis! o., Tbu felueRS, run f along I'LlTE-ND (W///j//A w...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

SSf/ -fr? jr. Wasn't Dressed for the-Street, But He C6uldn't Let Baby Cry. CopyrlgtJUxl. 1914. by U)6 SUr Company. OrMt Britain TUghta Roarrod. dearest-.I'm COUNC, over to mother's house - come over With baby whein YOU ARE ORESSED . WE'LL stay iPOR DINNER! )#y just a second SHOOkUMS - I THIMK I HEARD the door -OELL. all t ^^HT-LOVE I'LL there C VlTHIN t Ah HOUf^' I that'S the. BABT Throw the BALL to pAPA! riticK I <^uess I was MISTAKEN - there IS no ONE out there: fU don'T CRX 5NOOKUNS ILL <^ET it f^KHT a WAX OH! BA&f? P there <;oes If TOUR IS all ^ out the door i I i w'? ri?-'ss ?y-\ i Wy-MB : sfeitM e>x jove -its chilly - i hope. the neighbors DON'T see me m my pajamat) <REAT heavens the. door ( slammed shot: WHAT AM i coirsq to do THtS ^ terr\e>ue. p're dlcamemt I'm locked out \fft$ limiiife m horrors - HERE || xoo^ husbah'd DOM'T cry - snook) E - hef^e \*2> xou'r, BALL i'LL <je"T im when mama fm conies back'p we v/ondereo what kept yoo- v/e phoned ? (...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

ties from all over the World Copyright, 19 J4, by th*' ? - Star Company. Great Britain Rights Rtterreu Mrs. ClauBsen's $2,000 Court Gown Made for Her Presentation to the King of Sweden. TWe Jtran^e,Urieafy Career of an Attractive American <*irl which Has1 Finally Brought Her to Matteawsn Asylum? A Sort of Feminine Harry Thaw. RS. IDA CLAUSSBN, a very attractive New York woman of some means, has appeared from time to time in the news columns of the papers for the past seven or eight years. In the various episodes of her career have figured the King of Sweden, The odore Rooaevelt, the American Minister to Swe den and many other distinguished persons. Ida Clausaen is just now a prisoner in the New York Asylum for the Insane at Matteawan?the same Institution Harry Thaw escaped from. In fact, there is much similarity between the "Thaw case" and what will probably develop Into the "ClausBen case." Both are adjudged to be suffer ing from the same particular kind of Insanity? paranoia; b...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Watchthe BIRDS to Find Out What the WEATHER Is Going to Be By John T. Timmons Whose Forecasts of Weather Conditions for Several Years Past Have Proved of Great Interest and Value to Readero of This Newspaper. TO one who understands I he habits of birds, their actions foretell changes in the weather with as much accuracy as the observations of the Gov ernment scientists, who base their forecasts on tele graphic reports and their own study of atmospheric conditions. Indeed there is nothing, more remarkablo in nature than the ability to forecast the weather which most birds instinctively display, and which a How the Actions of SWALLOWS, CROWS and Other Birds Show When to EXPECT STORMS little study enables any one to profit by. If birds which are known to fly high and for long distances, such as martins and different kinds of swal lows, are observed flying close to the earth, or keeping near their homea, it is almost a certain indication of a ? storm, with heavy rainfall. ; The reason f...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Little V Lord Fauntleroy and the Ever-Present Dog "Dougal" Mrs. Vivian Burnett, Who Was Miss Constance Buel. Real African Scenery for Roosevelt's Hunt Trophies IN connection with the rearranging ot the scenic effect of one of the Roosevelt animal groups In the National Museum at Wash ington, actual African plants and ferasses are to be filled wltlj piaster and preserved in their natural state to givo the animal specimens local color. * For many years past the National Museum has been employing natural scenery?real grass, foliage and soil?in its biologic and ethnographic groups, much as in theatrical effects, to 'Create a Patural atmosphere. Now-a-days, museums do ot simply mount individual animals on a plat form and place them in a case. They are mounted in natural attitudes, and ground work, suitable to both the environment and the posture of the figures, is prepared. The animals are often arranged in family or social groups so that ithe student or spectator can''gleam something (m...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

YOU MIGHT TRY Rust-Proof Ironwork. A SIMPLE method of making ironwork proof against rust Is to beat it until it is almost red-hot, and then brush it over with linseed oil. This makes a varnish which, unlike ordinary paint or enamel, does not chip off. "" * To Make Glassware Shine.. fASII the glassware, rinse it in hot water, then plunge into cold water in which a handful of starch has been dissolved. Drain the glass ware on towels until perfectly dry, then polish with a soft cloth. W For Grease Spots. PUCALYPTUS oil will remove grease spots from any kind of material **? without injuring it. Apply a little of the oil with a clean piece of flan nel, and rub the material gently until the stains disappear. Sensible Rules for Milk Bottles OES your milk man come before you are up in the morning? Then provide in the coolest place possible on your porch or back stops, or wherever he leaves the milk, a wall cupboard or a box with hinged cover, or a shelf above reach of the passing dog or cat...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

If a Millionaire Baby a"d Tenement Baby Changed Places Dr. Charles Gilmore Kerley, the Distinguished Baby Specialist, Shows How His Wide Experience Has Taught Him That It Is the Child's Surroundings and Not Its Inherited Qualities That Realiy Make the Future Man. From Dr. Kerley's Address Before the Recent International Congress of Hy giene and Demography, as Printed in the Transactions of the Congress. ONE who haB followed a great many chil dren In various walka of life from In fancy to adolescence has necessarily had definite impressions made upon him in relation to the development of children. My subject, "The Conservation of the Child," al lows me a latitude extending from prenatal life to adolescence. Obviously, In a twenty minute paper, but a few essential principles of bo broad a subject may be considered. I will take up those features of a child's manage ment which appeal to me aB those most neglected at the present time. All children, regardless of their social status, are ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

Curious Photograph of a Squad from the Regiment of Pari* Apacheo (Guttmen) Detailed to Guard a Church A Clever Plan That Has Turned Apaches and Anarchists Into the Most Daring and Resourceful Soldiers, While Paris Has Been Relieved * of Their Crimes Paris, Dec. B. THE French Government has Tecruited an entire regiment of soldiers fro?m the v cut throats and criminals of the worst Blums of I'aris. Some surprise has been expressed at the absence during this time of <war and civic disorganization of .the daring crimes for which Paris has been notorious The explanation Is out now. All the criminals are awny lighting with the army, and fighting bravely, too. They consist mainly of the class ol' Parisian desperadoes known as "Apaches," and partly of anarchists. It was necessary to organize them Into a regiment consisting exclusively of their own class, because ordinary respectable soldiers would have objected to their company. As colonel they have a marquis of historic family, who fell...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

An Interesting Byzantine Enamel Portrait of St. Paul in the Morgan Collection In?icie of n Cyprus Tomb, Showing the Position of the Bodies and the Sepulchral Vases A Very Ancient Statue of a Priest and Bird One of the (Earth Tombs Found Near Dali with a Roof of Clay and Stra* Head of a~* Cyprus Statue the Later Style e The First Holy Site Rescued by the Allies from the Profane Grasp of the Infidel Moslems TIIB very first placo to 1)0 torn 'froin the grasp of the "In fidel Turk" by tho allies Is the Island of Cyprus. This Is one of the most famous of all the islands of tho Mediterranean, and Is especially notable to Christians for its historic associations. Any one who ha3 read tho Acts of tho ApoBtlcs in tl-.o Bible cannot fail to remember that the Island of Cyprus is mentioned eight or ulne times, and that it was the place lc which Saint Paul first found hls-won dorful inspiration as the "Apostle to tho Gentiles." Saint Paul. lt,must bo remembered, had never seen Jesus, and some qu...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 December 1914

How the Austrian Flag Flying Over a Belgium Chateau Kept the Kaiser's Soldiers from Disturbing Carlotta in Her Living Death Which Has Continued for Fifty Years c 6JI fl AD EMPRESS" CARLOTTA, 1\ A w*dow ?r Ill-fated Maxi milian, Emperor of Mexico, Is the unconscious heroine of an ex traordinary, though bloodless drama of the European war. The facts here stated are vouched for by one of the ablest of the newspaper cor respondents whose duties keep them near the battle front in Flanders. Everybody is now familiar with the manner in which the German armies took possession of ail but a small corner of Belgium after they had reduced the strong fortresses of Liege, imposing their own military government upon each town and vil lage as they captured it. Their im placable reprisals upon Belgian citizens who threw obstacles in the "way of their progress through the country and upon thoso found carry ing arms, and the occupancy by Ger man officers of country houses aud chateaux have become hist...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

price 2 cents, 10 days. to shop Yon will help the merehanta Ml better nervlee If you - 8iioi* EA11LY. the times-dispatch 64th year number 19,929. richmond,. va., monday, december 14 1914. ?TEN PAGES cloudy * Request Prompted by Recent Activity of Belligerent Ships in Vicinity. DISPOSITION SHOWN TO DISREGARD LAWS Decides on Positive Measures to Preserve Waterway's Neutrality. NEEDED FOR PATHOL DUTY Alleged Violations of Regulations Subject of Complaint to Ilrltish Minister. PANAMA, December 13.?Colonel George W. Goethals, Governor of the Panama Canal Zone, announced to-day that his request that two swift Ameri can torpedo-boat destroyers be sta tioned at the entrances of the canal , was prompted by recent activity of warships and colliers of the br.lllger- i ent European nations In the vicinity of | the waterways. Tho action of the Australian collier j Malllna In leaving Balooa without i clearance papers, and the fact thnt ; ether colliers have shown a disposition i to disregard Cana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

th? triple entente her desire to remain neutral. This la takon to mean that Roumanla, If eh? bo wished, could Join the allies without fear of being at tacked by Bulgaria TWO GERMAN ATTACKS AT TWO EXTREMES FAIL PARIS, December IS.?Tho following official communication was issued by the French War Office to-night: "It Is announced that two German attacks at the two extremes of tho front have failed. One was to the northeast of Ypres and tho other against the railway station at Aspach (Alsace)." An Important advance by the French troops In the forest of La Pretre, in Franc?, and tho repulse of three Ger man Infantry attacks southensi of Ypres, Belgium, were the outstanding features of tho communication this afternoon. The text of the statement read: "The day of December 13 was par ticularly quiet. The enemy's activity was shown especially by nn Intermit tent cannonade at different points on the front. In the region to tho south east of Ypres, there _were ventured, however, three violent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

UK BIMS QHDS ] FOB 10 GREAT STRIKES )ec!ares Ultimate Responsibility for C&lumet Copper and Colorado Coal Troubles Heats on Them. ! ' j >EPARTMENT OF IiABOR REPORT i tevlews Labor Disputes Successfully Mediated During Last Year, and , Defines Principles Upon Which Ac- ! tlon Upon Such Cases Is Taken. ! "WASHINGTON, December 13.?See-1 otary Wilson, of the Department <>f! .abor, In IiIb annual report, submitted c-flay, oxpropses tne conviction cliatj iiwl the owners of the mine propeiil*!*; n the Calument copper region and the i Colorado coal Ileitis dealt with the i trlke situations In their Inception. ? 'had they been on the ground and per-J lonully In charge, there Is reason to >etlevo that no strike would have oc urred." "Whatever may have been the re sponsibility of the workmen for the itrlke and Its incidents," said Secre ary Wilson, "the local management ?arinot be wholly acquitted; and upon he elementary principle of agency, as sound in morals us In law, ultima...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

SPORTS BRADLEY SAYS RICHMOND WILL GET ORIOLE TEAM BRADLEY RETUHNS HOME; | BHINeS FANS GOOD NEWS Local Secretary Says That Interna tional League Baseball Will Be Played in Richmond Next Year. DUNN WILL RESIDE HERE Owner of Orioles Has Turned Down Several Flattering Offers to Man age Big League Outfits?Prefers to Head Club in Tills City. Secretary "VV. 13. Bradley, of the Rich mond baseball club, who has been at Now York attending the meeting or the International League, returned to the city last night, and about the first thing he said -when he mot the writer was. "We will have International League baseball next season." This assurance from one of the own ers of the local club coming on top of attempts that have boon made to discredit the fact that 'Riohmond would get what properly belongs to hor in a sporting as well as an advertising sense, only bears ou< what The Times Dispatch has been telling Its readers all last week. The special correspondents of The Tlmes-Diepatch were on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

puns APPLY TO ? 1SS0CIIITED CHARITIES IDuring the Past Week 466 People 1 Called for Aid, 848 Being Heads of Families. 1-00 BASKETS OP GROCERIE8 [Purity Bakery Oives 0,000 Loaves of Bread for Immediate Relief of Those in Need?Rent Paid for Men Out of Work. ItM&Jff* women to the number of I a- mRde application for help at me (givesRoma?//'1168 la8t Weok' whloh levn doa n" lo thG ne^, the have fallen "Po? 5**0* Peopl? I head. oV ?' m. the nunf>b0'- 348 were Icruso u a"k'ng 'or aid bo. r\U'V^ey had no work; lis were nSSfifi . * ^n. who had *>een dlsap ?e?t ?Jin aearch <or omplo?. lITAl \? ??.wh? had been forced to ap IwaJ ? k, ? AB?>0,ated Charities. It! IS. *of th?yKWf<k, wlth Dr- Buchanan; InSrlonri VBie*i wee*? ?n all his ex Per once and had It not been-for do-I forded81 tV1 hJm and out8,t?e help af- j wo??d vthe, A?aoc'atcd Charities, he I demtuid. """ "" "> "?? j foftKfo'TE V*? p?raonal applications1 called unin Associated Charities was caijed upon to furnish ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

J JTHE TIMES, Foaaded ISM THE DISPATCH. Founded 1830 'V i, . i . ____ to * Published every day In the year by The Tlmes * DUpatch Puhllshlag Company, Ine. Address nil ^romvanaicatlons to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, < TUati-DUpiteh Building, 10 South Tenth Street, 'Rlohmoad, V?. *> ? U * fELEFHON'G, RANDOLPH 1 Publication OOlce 10 South Tenth Street Booth Richmond 102ft Hull Street Petersburg: 108 North Sycamore Street Lyrcliburg 218 Eighth Street HASBROOK, STORY A BROOKS, INC., Special Advertising Representatives. ,,J?'ew York 200 Fifth Avenue .Philadelphia Mutunl Life Building ?Chicago..... People's Gas UulldluK SUBSCRIPTION RATES ' BY MAIL One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Bios. Moa. Mo. -Dally and Sunday... .96.00 $3.00 91.BO 9 .<*3 Dallr only 4.00 2.00 l.OO .38 (Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .00 .25 * * " By Timea-Dlspatch Carrier Delivery Service In . Richmond (and suburbs) and Peterabnrgi 'pally with Sunday, one week IB cents ''Dally without Sunday, one vrcek 10 cesta ^Sunday only...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 14 December 1914

Idlisehold nterests SOCIETY Personal Notes 1st DANCE OF RICHMOND GERMAN HELD TO-NIGHT Ilnnt Society Kvrnt to Tnke Place In illroora of Jefferson Hotel?Deb utante* to He Fehtare. 1 Interest In the society world for ay 1b centred about tho first dance he Richmond Gormnn Club, which be held In tho ballroom of the Jef on Hotel this evening. Dancing ns promptly at 9:30 and will exactly at 12:30, according to the U custom of the club. Tho debu es and their escorts will be the i feature of this entertainment, tho fashionable sot will bo^ out In 0 to attend the dance. MIm* Cabell. Dneral and Mrs. William RufTln Cox, 109 WcBt Graco Street, will enter on December 29 at the Wost oland Club In honor of Miss Kthol on Cabell, the debutante daugh 01 Mr. and Mrs. J. Alston Cabell, Polnt-of-Foi k" and Richmond. The srtalnmont will be oijo of the hand est of tho season, and a number other Interesting functions have been planned for Miss Cabqll this ter. ice?Foreman. r. and Mrs. John Calvin Foreman, t...

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