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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

Allies Carry On Offensive Operations inBelgium andFrance hospitals again arc filling. while along the Dutch border continuous firing cult bo heard. The long - expected proclamation bringing <n end to Turkish suzerainty over Kgypt, and the establishment of a British protectorate, was officially Issued to-night. The last straw doubt less was the action of the Khedive, who was the Sultan's representati v? in Kgypt, but with little or no power, In taking sides with Turkey against Great Britain. bieutenant-Colonel .Sir Arthur Henry McMahon. who has been appointed high commissioner, although a soldier by profession, has had long and varied experience as a political otlloer i ti India and other parts of the East. He has been Foreign Secretary in India since 1811. IIKII i.l.V III-:Alt* OF ti UK AT Ml l'OHV O VKIt IUSSIAXS 1IKH1.1N, December 17 (via London, 11:10 1*. M.).?Berlin was aroused to enthusiasm to-day by the announce ment of a great Austro-Uerman victory | over the Russians in P...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

THRILLING LION HUNT ' OS NEW YORK STREETS Klvc Animals Ksrupe From Theatre, ! Throwing Audience Into a Funic. SKVKK.ll, I'KKSOXS IXJt'llKD Kequlres Iti-scrvos I'nun Three Fre- ' | ducts to Hold IimnerfP Crowd in Check ? Fifty-Four Shots Fired inlo One Iteast Hei'ore He Is Dead. 'ISpeelal to The Times-Dispatch 1 NKW VOHK, December 17.? Five ' lions escaped from tin- Klghty-stxth Street Theatre this afternoon, throw-1 ? nfe the audience into u pnn|R uiul | Knocking .Iowa about 100 persons. two! of whom wore so badly Injured that i hey wero taken to a hospital. others injured were able to go homo. ??i?iCrB'i:u,t S'!l"u''1 <??>'?>?> was shot ami ' sorlouHly wounded by policemen who were trying to kill the lions i'ojlceman James M. Craitr was miU'Klcd In the left hand. Policeman ?<"Pney was mangled about the lead a ml shot in the right hand. It ? ,r?por5"'1 thnt ?"t' woman had been .rrib'y clawed |,y the Hon before It iQuelii-d the street. vJ,M?ll.ro ls u phture and vaudev...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

(SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS Ask Information ltegardinK Moke-l'i of Itichmoiid's .New Club?Dunn Has 25 Players Signed. M'tWFFKKV IS OPTIMISTIC Toronto's President Heturns Troiii MeetiiiK and Says That He Looks for a Good Season in tlia Interna tional League .Next Year. Kas. bill! fans of this cit\ are i.,. It"r y, l,lU>re#ted about tho lnterna it?!i I-o?h,h- rlub that will represent tiohmond next season. and a number ?'f requests h..ve bwn received f ' iii for...:..mm, -,s Ihe abim? ;;;e the club ' the c'ty on Ma HHpor ! >unn has siurnofi twontv wVthuVho o,i!,,r,,,eir ?f w,,?in w<m? ?? ,V, last year, ami theV. fVr., ,i , VVS| consist* lit performers from he 1!M4 loan, will make an ai cremation <>! ball tosscrs that will bo ?t crtMlit to tho city. j" addition to those sie-fnyj. Dunn has iioV"1*^-0.|V I Of r.pecd v ??? .?. 1,1 hr,?? the standard of ti> H.,n 1,1 that of a majoritv of tht major leauuo clubs. i..iVt. "je i.HM-i inu Of tho bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

PETERSBURG s SEGREGATED DISTRICT j CLOSED III PETEflSDUDG Action Is Taken by Police Commis sioners After (juict Campaign in (tensions Circles. (JIVKN UNTIL .IUXi<: 1 TO LKAVK j Complaint Made by Hepresentativo of j Florence Cr it tendon Koine Brings Speedy Ollicial Response?Property Involved Valued at $-10,000. I Special to The Tinies-I d.vpateh. | PKTKKSlUmG, VA., Pc.;ember I".? 'J*lquestion of abolftdiiiik the senre- 1 gated dlstrist in the city, which for ? some time has been quietly agitated j in religious circles, was brought to a , climax last c\ening, when brought <11- , rectiy before tin- board of police com- i mlssloners. A representative of tlie I Florence Crittenden Home has recent-j Iv been in the city in the interest of J the abolishment of these houses, which i in l'clerHliurg are segregated in the j lower section of the city. The prop- ! erty they occupy represents a value of about 540,000. Tin* police commis sioners last evening: directed the elilef of police t...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

$idnmmii Cnn^-Ptepafrij THE TIMES, Poondfd 18SS tHB DISI'ATCH, Kounilrd 1850 Pnbltnhrd every day In the year by The Time*. DUpntch Publishing Company, Ine. Address all commnnlcntlons to THE TIMES-DISPATCH, Times-Dispatch Rulldlng, 10 South Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. lELEPIIOXB, RANDOLPH 1 Publication OflBce 10 Sonth Tenth Street Sonth Richmond 1020 Hull Strict Petersburg 100 North Sycamore Street Lyeehbnrg 218 Eighth Street HASI1HOOK, STORY A nROOKS, IXO., Special Advertising Representatives. Nc\v Vork 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life Untitling Chicago People's lias Dulldlnii SI"ASCRIPTION RATES UY MAIL One SI* Three One POSTAGE PAID Year. Mos. Mm. Mo. Dally and Sunday $(1.00 53.00 ?1.B0 ? .0.1 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 . 85 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .CO .25 By Times-Dispatch Currier Delivery Service In fllchmond (and aubnrbs) and Petersburg! Daily vrlth Sunday, one rreek IK cents Dally without Sunday, one week lO eents Sunday only 5 cents Entered January 27, 1005, at Richmond...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

Household Interests :>o SOCIETY Personal Notes ACHELORS' COTILLION ISSUES INVITATIONS hrce UermnnN to We Given During I StMon?CnrilN for liaise ut Strawberry Hill. Soveral Invitations of noto woro sent { ut yesterday. Mrs. Charles I". WIS- t ams hna issued curds for a "tho 'Inn- [ int" on Wednesday afternoon. Docom- | er 30, at 4 o'clock at tlie William's ; auntry placo "Strawberry Hill," near 1 il? elty. The guests are asked to meet | llsses Alice nml Kllso Atkinson. Tho Invitations for the Bachelora" Co Ulon Club for this season %v?io also ; i8ued yesterday. There are to bo three ; ances given by the club?December 23. anuary 22 and February 12?at tho efforsdii Hotel, and the dancing will offin promptly at 9 and stop at' 12:30. 'clock, according to tho usual custom, i hose Invited to act as patronesses for ? tie three Hermans Include Mrs. Charles raddoek liarksdale, Mrs. J. St. (ieorge '?ryan, Mrs. Henry Landon Cabell, Mrs. Valter S. McNeill and Mrs. Barton laxall Wise. The. off...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

I. J. SMITH & GO. FILE ! AMENDED DECLARATION Allege Now That t'lty Knglneer Was Negligent in Kstlnmting Kvtra Work. t'Ol ltT HKAKS TWO WITNKSSKS Thomas Shewn. Baltimore Ivxpert. Testilles That Claim Against t'lty for Additional Payment of $?"?7,000 Is Reasonable?t'lty Scores Point. Proceedings In the $.">7,000 suit of 1. ; J iStuitli ?'o. against tlx city of j Itichmond, on trial yesterd.i> before Judge Wells, of Hustings I'ourt. I'art 1!.. had tf> do chietlv with the direct i and cross-examination of .lolni Wingo. of the complainant company, and Thomas Shean, of Itaittmore. Introduced liv th" complainant in the capacity of an expert engineer. In this* suit I. i Smith ?* Co. demand t lie payment of i'0n, plus Interest at the rate of >? per cent, from De cember, 1912. for extra concrete and excavation work which, the company ; claims. It had to do in connection with the construction of Mayo Bridge, as the result of alleged incorrect data as j to the true bedrock line ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

SKEPTICAL MUN FINALLY REPLENISHES GROCERIES Cnme to AKKOclated Churities to In vestigate Conditions, and Ik Convinced. MHKRAli PUBLIC BKSPONSK Needs of Poor of City Are Being Be lieved us Bupidl.v as Possible, hut More Money Ih NecesHiu-y to Curry t>n Work. Contributions for the Associated Charities II. !?* S I OO < - no il. s. i?. .... a no Mrs. V. A. !( SI OO Uecfivfil l)e<'cmlirr IT...? IO AO I'rrvluunl) n<'kD<)\Tl(>iiKi'il. . . ,)j:i7ll AO Total rrrrlvril . .*ItN7 <M> Contributions for rfllrf of llie un miiiloyrd of lllcliiuoml itmj lie sent to Tin? TIiiii'm-IIImpii tcli. They will he promptly itckuowledueil, mill will In* c\|iriiilfd In rrllrt u( worthy 11? ? ill vliluuln, without . publicity, l?ut \\ltli clour Nil|icr\luluu. There ar?? always skeptical persons in Mils world, and yet out of the kind* lies* of their hearts they cannot resist the pitiful appeals which are being made t<? the Associated Charities l>y! needy families of Richmond. ? Yes-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

BANKERS DO NOT WANT ; POST-OFFICE MOVED Financier* Ask Department Officials ; to Purchase Property Adjoin ini; Federal Huildlng. PKT1TIOX KKCHKTAKY M'ADOO Views of Hankers Strongly Indorsed ai Meeting of Hoard of Richmond Chamber of Commerce?Other Or- ) ;;ani/.ntions Favor Ac?]Ulsltioii. Pireetors of tlu- Hichmond Chamber of I'ommcrc^. meeting In special ses sion yesterday afternoon, approved a petition addressed t?? William Mc \do<>, Secretarj of the Treasury, and signed by all <>f the banks in the city | with two exceptions, asking that the government put chase the property ad- I Vdning the Federal building in order | that the post-i'tllce l>e enlarged to fur- j nisli adequate facilities. Nearly a year ago the Chamber made ! known to Federal authorities that It j favored the acquisition of property ad- j joining the post-office rather than the | purchase of ground at the corner <>f 1 Main and Kighth Streets, or at other j possible sites for a post-oljice build...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

SOUTH RICHMOND OLICE OF SOUTH? MAKE ONLY ONE REPORT olin Wnlluco Fined for Allowing Dirt to Remain on Ills Premises. ?EMOCRATS MEET TO-NIGHT outli Richmond Club to Consider City Improvements?Superintend ent Lloyd Urges Early Mulling for Holidays?Skating at Forest 1!ill. Despite the activity of the police of be Third I'recinct Station, only ono1 orson has been haled to court In South tlchmond within a week for violation . f the city ordlimnco providing for the j unlhUiment of citizens who do not knep ! heir premises clean. The victim ye?>- ' orday was John Wallace, who was ! ncd $0 by Justice II. A. Maurice In 'ollco Court. J'art 2, for allowing an ccumulation ot' dirt to remain on his iremlson. "Except for tho thick volumes of treet dust," said an olllclal yesterday, tho Soutbslde has been practically ipotloas,' and tho residents aro co-op rating with the ofllcers in trying to nforuo tho law. We will endeavor to ontinuo the good record have nade." Preparations arc being made by t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

SPECULATION LUCKING, > STOCK MARKET STAGNANT j No Increase in Husiness Can He Kx l?ected 1'ntil Steam Accumulates Ilehind Public Demand. FLOOR THADKHS HAXDICAPPKI) Additional Tax Recently Imposed i Makes Them Chary of Leading Profession or Heading Hetreat. All Activity Vnder Scrutiny. UY nilOADAN WAl.K NEW YOHK. December IT.?The -to-k market Is stagnant. Speculative activity Is difiwn either l?y the old-fashioned loco motive, public Interest, or the modern mo tor. the electric tractor of manipulation Outside buying rarely follows a dull or declining market, and until steam has ac > umulated behind public demand no increase in business can be expected Manipulation gets 1 ik power from the third rail of bank- ! lng interests, and the current lias been j turned off for the time belli*. In fact, j all activity on the floor of the e\> liange Is under careful scrutiny, and every effort 1* j being made to proceed with a due regard | lor "safety first." Humor had it that Stock E.v ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

dimonWimeS-flisipatd) CIXTY-FOURTH YEAR mittedly THE IJEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IKIED ADVERTISING. f'KLEPlIONE YOt'Il WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH , NDOLP1I 1 1 UAMDOLPIt WANT AD. HATES. ILY, on?j cent ti word when paid In ad ance. No ad. taken for less than 10 cemn. NDAY, one and ono-half cents a word for II classllled ads. except Situations Wauled t ona cent a word. No ud. taken for lean han 15 cents. ) Al>8. taken for less than 23 cent* when hurled or phoned In. Phoned orders not u&ranteud. Classifications not guaranteed fter i?:30 P. M. " JLOST AND FOUND 00 reward, no questions nuked, for return of diamond |dn lost October 706 Wi'Ht Grace Street. )ST, uorrei horso and top buggy Sat urday night. Heward if returned to " North Twentieth Street. BT, watch fob. with small locket, at Second and Hroad about <5 o'clock esday evening. Howard if returned 300 Chamberlayne Avenue. Phone tdlaon 2702-JL_ 1ST, lady's gold watch, engraved O. K. Howard if returned to 1001 West ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 December 1914

6 SHOPPING DAYS A rr all that remain before Chrlatmaa. Help other* am! yonraelf hy liujlng Korlj. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Richmond ?imcspi?patclj RICHMOND. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914. AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLEl Kor nomtn are charuilugly lllnatrateri tlnllj' on the House hold I'agc of THE TIMES-DISPATC1 Special Announcement Mrs. Edith Austin, special representa tive from the Pictorial Review Company, of New York, will be at our Pattern Department TO-DAY and Saturday. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about these most popular patterns. Mrs. Austin will be pleased to explain why Pictorial Review Patterns are more chic, more graceful and more economical than any other pattern. Mrs. Austin will explain how you can save time, labor and material by using the Cutting: uid Construction Guides furnished with Pictorial Keview Patterns, and will be able to give sugges tions of extraordinary value to the woman who makes her own clothes. First Floor, Sixth Street. Kid Gloves JsTone Elsewhere t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

? m SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY Dring your copy to-dny. Ilea'. Katatc, Bualneaa Chancer Board' era Wanted, llelp Wanted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 5 DAYS TO SHOP \ ou ill! help the merchant* and net better aertlce l( you Sllt?l? KAHLV. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,934. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914. ?TEN PAGES CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS. EASTERN ROADS GETRATEADVANCE OF 5 PER CENT Decision Expected to Yield Additional Revenue Ap proximating $30,000,000. I. C. C. NOT UNANIMOUS in Granting increase Chairman Harlan and Commis sioner Clements Dissent Vigorously. SOMK K.XCKPTIONB TO AWARD In Administration Circles Outcome Is Welcomed as of Great Importance. WASHINGTON, December 1$.?Fur ther Increases !r. freight rates were granted to the Hastern railroads to day by the Interstate Commerce Com mission In a decision from which Chairman Harlan and Commissioner C'lementn dissented vigorously. Rxcept on lake and rail trAflic, coal, rokn, Iron ore and certain other traf fic. upon whi^h the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

<? whom continue to kiom. as Injured per- 1 huiim succumb to their wouihIr. As n result of the bombardment. tho | J kingdom Iiiim been Hooded with posters . leudlnK.' "Avdhko ScnrltorotiKli' I'p I ; ami hi 'cm now." ? i:\KHY COrXTEKATTACK or i:xkmv i* i'\ 11.1 in: | , PARIS. December IS *2>17 1?. .At.)?j . 'H>? French \Var utliec this afternoon J ufivip out an official communication r Allows: "The day of December 1.". was ? market!, as we said yesterday, by an ' advance on our part in Helftium, wlr-re I every counterattack undertaki-n b\ the enemy failed. "In the region of Arras ji visroroiu* offensive made us masters of several trenches. Those are located at Auehy. J.nbasseo. st I .ani ent and Ulaimry. \t tills last-mentioned place we occupied a front more than one kilometre long, almost all' the tirst lir>e trenches of the enemy. "In the renlon of Tracy l.e Val. on the Aisne. and in t'hampaKne our heavy artillery no;: distinct advan tages "In tho Arrroni.e the CSermans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

INCREASE IN FREIGHT RATES IS WELCOMED HERE Immediate Stimulation itt Kvery Line of Iluslness Now Is Predicted. RICHMOND \V I li L IIKXKFIT l''inancial Kxperts Predict Greater Confidence in Hallroad Investments Will Result From Decision of In terstate Commerce Commission. News that the Interstate Commerce Commission lias finally {{ranted the ap plication of ICnstcrn railroads for an Increase in freight rates is the signal for expressions of deepest gratification in Hichinond, and for predictions by men prominent in local commercial and financial''circles of an immediate stim ulation in business confidence. It is nali/.ed by business men here that when the Kustern railroads are allowed :? flat Increase of 5 per cent in freight rates, except upon coal, cokc, Iron oro aud 'iake-aml-rallV Joint shipments, sis provided In the decision of the com mission yesterday, an immediate quick ening In practically every line of busi ness must result. Those familiar with local traffic con ditions bel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

NEWSY STORIES FROMi THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD D SPORTS Jj NO MORE SOUTHERN TRIPS FOR MINORS Class "AA" Teams Likely in Shape ! Vp in Tlieir Own Ball Yards in the Future. BICS LEAGUES OPEN APRIL 14 Schedule of 154 G?mej> Will lie Adopted, and Season to End About October 8?Changes in Central ? Circuit I'nder Consideration. Southern training trips for ball clubf. in Clase AA league* and below are ' llkfly to bo unusual occurrences In the | future, instead of being the regular ! thing A few years back sumo club j owners in the minor leagues decided . that these Southern jaunts were some- J wnat of a necessity In order that the , players might be in the b?-s>t posislbl? ! condition to pet the jump on opposing j dubs. It was not long before other ; club owners decided to adopt similar tactics, and soon i?very club in the | leading ? minor leagues was going j through spring training stunts. just i like tiie majors. Now thu policy of the retrenchment is Here strong. and the i training t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

HONEY IS BADLY NEEDED BY ASSOCIATED CHARITIES V'lnter l'lnccs Its Grip Horely on Those Out of Employ incut. 1EN ARE ANXIOUS TO WORK Hffopent Gangs Contest for Right to Haw Wood in Order to Eurn Money for Tlielr Families?Resources Ue coming Exhausted. Contributions for the Associated Charities Mm. .fohn A. llnnUlim, t'hea t.jp * 10 00 n. Ji\ Keeling, ClillNr City... 1 <M) A. A. Clue 3 no Rmtelvtd Uci'fmbrr |H in on Previously ncknonlfilKH... .W OO Totnl rfr?l?rd MOH 00 Contribution* fur relief of the un employed of lHelmioiiil nut} lip nent to The Time*-UMpatch. They will he promptly iicknow ledged, mid will be cxpeiided lu relief of worthy Io Ulvldunls, without publicity, hut nllh clone aiiper\Iwlon. Response to the appeal of the Ammo luted Charities for funds with which 0 curry on ltd work of relief for the inemployed Is very gratifying to the ?oarrt of directors and to l>r. .Iatne? iuclmnan, general secretary, most of ?vhosi! time Is ito'.v being taken up with ho extraordina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

mi! TIMIW, Konndr.l TIIK IllM'ATCU. Ki)u>i(lril J8KA 1850 i Published every dny In the jrnr l?y The Tlnim (llapnteh I'lilillnliliiK Contpnny. Ine. Address nil ru?munlr:itl(ttiK 1t? TllK TIMKS-DIS PATCH, TJrorn-DNiinlrh lluildliiK. to South Tenth .street, Itlrhmond, Vy. njI.KIMIO.\K, ItAMIOl.ril t f'nhltcntlon OfJlee JO South Tenth Street South Htchniond 10i!0 Hull Street I'eterslmra; 100 Nortli Syeumore Street iivt'fliImrjc VIS KlKiith Street MASI.llOOK, STORV ?V ItilOOKS, INC., UpeeJr.l AdTfrllxlus Keprenentntlves. Sr\r Vrirk 200 Fifth Avenue I'lillndrlpli'n Mutunl I.lie HulIdliiK Chicago ...People's t.nn Hulldluu SriJSCIt ll'TIO.X IS ATIOS 11V 51 All, One Si* Three roSTACJK PAID Vo?r. Mn.i. Mo*. Ilnily nntl Sunday. . . .SO.00 gtf.OO $1 .no Dnlly ouly 4.<jo '?. OO l.oo Puntlny only 2.00 J.00 .&0 I5y Tlmr,i-I)in|)?teh Carrier Delivery Servlee In Kiehmoml (nml -utn:r!>s? arid l'rt?r?linri;: Dully viiili Sunday, one vrcek 1JV cents Dnliy uithmit Ssindny, one week. 10 cf9t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

Irls and boys returning I FOR HOLIDAY SEASON lint and Dancing at Country Club of Virginia Thin Kvenlu*?I'rr ? ODUl MfBll?D. I.\ greal many of the younjjer fcirls lil boys arc returning this week from Ihool to spend the holiday hcubod. Its Otne Gray Heck ha# Just returned |,m b fashionable boarding school on lo Hudson, ami 1h accompanied by i Ins ShIIIo Dunlop. of Petersburg. who 111 bn her guest for several days. Ebb Heck Is wltli Or. and Mrs. J. Al lien Hodges, at 107 Kiist I-riinklin Ircet. for Christmas. I lPhlllp and Stewart Shelld, both stu IntK at- tli? Episcopal High School in lexandrla. have roturnod for the mld llnter vacation, iind are Ruests of lelr parents. Mr. and Mrs. l'hlllp lelld. at 1032 Weit Orace Street. lMlfls Mina \Valk?r, of the Lewlsburg Lmlnary, Went Virginia, is vlaltlng I>r. Vd Mrs. J. Calvin Stewart, at their Lmo on West Urace Htreet, for Christ- j PK' ?John Meredith, who has been mak |g hla homo In the North for the past Iveral months. Is the guest of ...

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