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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

It ' ^ ctv mm ^ ... :?:<???>'...:.j ? ? ?* / Recent Robberies of New York Residences Reveal New Devices of Criminals Who Masquerade as Cooks, Housemaids. and Butlers Helen Janawarska, an Ex-Convict, Who Obtains Positions as Chamber maid or Waitress in Wealthy Homes and Then Robs Her Employer. She Has Just Been Captured and Will, It Is Hoped by the Police, Be Indict ed Now as a Second Offender. TV /TOST household servants are I\/ I honest, nnd this very f;?ct A ? A recently been seizad up on hv professional thieves as a means of. gaining easy entrance to residences, homes and city apart ments. The New York police in the last few weeks have uncovered some surprising methods of ex-convicts which explain the growing com plain is of household robberies. The carelessness of employers o? ser-* a ants and the loose methods of em ployment agencies have been taken advantage of. by profesional thieves who are now masquerading as cooks, housemaids, laundresses, butlers nnd chauffeurs. But...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

Say NO When the Barber UrjJes You to Have Your HAIR SINGED SCIENCE lias discovered that singeing the hair has no effect whatever, either In promoting the hair's growth or In preventing its falling out. Its only value, according to a writer in the Journal of the Amer ican Medical Association, is as a source of revenue to the barber, and, unless you have time and money to throw away, you would better turn a deaf ear to the zealous hairdresser when he urges you to let him app!v the flame of a lighted taper to your hair. The reams of paper that are used up by the news papers and magazines in articles on beauty culture, Bays tlilB writer, are conclusive evldenc? that it is as natural for man to desire to beautify the person as it Is "to indulge In the Illusions of hope." A sound -ilnd in a sound body suffices the serious minded minority, but apparently the innumerable ma jority, if they had their way, would have a comely body WHY SINGEING DOES HAIR NO GOOD. The Diagram Shows the Hair's S...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

I ' / e-rr-vwrwr. frv. . ? ... *.?> ::w: _v? |ll|,. ^ . ... . .f.|...rr|[)||.)||11|...n r)|.| . M|| y in n ii"timi?m?Vi (?) i V CROWN >;?*OvT of Cals Thet Have Bilten Someone Held Under Observation by the New York Board of Health rV-! XT'" *hi:teen-yea r-oltl ( ? "a PoJiiemtis died in Brook lyn t lie oi lie j* day In fhe nu inl^s of hydrophobia. from the bite of a M.iri cat. A few day? '.iter a mnd dog bit seven people ho.mr the I'arelny street f rr- !n lower New York. the present moment there are nv ' ' si:::;, victims of mnd dous mult. iv.v.inen? by the New York Mi-a'tli. In spi'.e rf the t'"' ' * ppo-i: ion <>f the owners of i-"ps the Hoard of" Health is ile-\ t-M-mine-:! to (ry to stamp out hvdro phob!n. It ir 'ommoniy supposed that tile < r fr'? * i ):y<!i>?:>!? -b!u comes from ? '' : owiirilrsj-. stray dogs of 'i"? i.- not ihe real truth, r. <r the victims of hydrophobia '? ? i"? :i !?. r: ie does or cat- that V.VC household . Of (h hydrophobia patie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of city nod State the beat medium In all Virginia la THE TIMES-DISPATCH 4 SHOPPING DAYS Are all that remain before ChrixtuiaM. Help other* aud '? youraelf bjr buying Karl/. r THE TIMES-DISPATCH thYEAR ^ NUMBER 19,936. RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914. ?TEN .PAGES wto.T>avu RAIN PRICE 2 CENTS. J. DIES OF APOPLEXY |cretary of Baptist Mission Board Stricken on Way to Sunday School. KSSES AWAY AT JEFFERSON jad Been Leader in Missionary Work for Twenty-One Years. (lev. Robprt .1. Wllllngham, O, D.. neral nocretary of tJ?o 1'orelgn MIs ?n Board of the Southern Baptist nventlon and recognise^ as one of greatest missionary secretaries in country, was stricken with apo sxy while 011 his way to Sunday hool In the Second Baptist Church atorday morning, and died in the fTcraon Hotel at 11:15 o'clock, as he d wished that he should pass away ith those he held dearest in the ? rlil about his bedside. F>r. Wllllngham had reached tlie .fef rson Hotel on his way to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

Fighting at Some Pdnts Vicious, But Positions Generally Unchanged now making their nocond ndvanco to ward Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. Tho two armies formed a Junction near Vlshegrad, which the Montenegrins have occupied. They expect to be be fore Sarajevo within three or four days. The flr.M Boer rebel to pay the ex treme penalty was Captain Fourio. n former olllcer In the Union defense force, executed at Pretoria this morn Ing. This would seem to indicate that any of the ofllcers of tho Union defense force who Joined tho rebellion, espe cially the leaders, will be severely dealt with. KA1?!-Ut DKCl.Altl'S l.oltl) A I l)i :l) Ills I1KHOIC moors 1<ARLSRUHK. December 20 (via Ber lin to London).?(Jrnnd Duchess Louise of Paden has received the following teleeram from Emperor William* "Field Marshal von Hindenburg has just reported thi>t the Russian army, after desperate fighting. retreats, and is beinn pursue'* along the entire front. "It is evident that the Lord aided our heroic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

ilTTC BUDGET FOR 1915 ~ WILL CM S3.750.a00 Finance Committee to Deglu Soon us Tentative Druft of New Appro priation Ordinance. ROLLING STOCK I/OB8, 81ilO,OUO Unless Courts Hot Aside Act of 1014, City's Income From This Source Will He Keriuceil From $155,000 to Not More Than $25,000. . Hichtnond will have available for the 1910 budget approximate:}* S3.700,000, an Increase?of about $2.10,000 over the amount that was found available for the budget of 191-1. The estimate was made last night by City Auditor Cren shaw on the basis of incomplete re turns from the several tax sources which mako up the city's revenue. The annexed territory will pay into the City Treasury approximately $235, 000 in the form of licenses and taxes on real anil personal property. While this amount will Increase the aggre gate of the 1915 budget, It will be more thun offset this year by the In creased fixed charge that the city will have to meet as the result of annexa tlon. Counting the oust of maintain ing the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

?? i . . . ' ?' ' ' ^ ?" ? '? '? ' l.H.innr? an n n i i, ? i a i ;? n nr ???? n ill iiit i i n i. .!? i !? ? iwji SPORTS( - NEWSY STOFUES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 1 SPORTS JKCK DUNN SCHEDULED TO! MRHIE THIS AFTERNOON Harrow and Mack Expected to Ac company Orioles' Owner?Manager. Meet Sporting Writers To-Night. , BIG M K E T I N G TO-MOHHOW League President lias Gotnl News to Impart to I^ocal Fans?Athletics' leader Will Also Say a Few Words at the *'<Jet Together" Assembly. The baseball situation locally is be- I ginning to warm up, and by Friday it is expected that "Santa Clans Dunn" will unload liia pack and glvo Rich- j ninnd a Christmas present that will ft last for many years. According to a dispatch received from Baltimore Dunn. Connie Mack and I Kdward Harrow will reach this city some time to-day, and will attend the meeting to be held to-morrow night in the rooms of the Business Men's Club I.ast night Dunn's right-hand man reached the city, and lie will also be at the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

NO OPIUM PIPE MID I PACKAGE OF MQDPHINE lice Search Brown Street House for Additional Evi dence. GROES HAILED BY LEWIS tect Ives Believe Inmates of Hjuuso Were Given Advance Information j of Intended Raid?Seek to Find j Wliere Cocaine Was Secured. I'ompey Flournoy and Wlllct Crump, I 0 negroes arrested early Sunday I rnlug at 1421 Brown Street by De- j tlvo Sergeants Krengel, Atkinson, j iltshlro and Bailey on a chargo of i egally selling cocaine, were yester- j y balled by I)r. J. A. Lewis, colored, ' the sum of $500 each for their ap- j sranco In Police Court this morn- j g. It was said at tho First Station j mediately after tlielr arrest that ey would be held for ?G,000 ball. In a search of the house on Brown reet after the arrest of the negroes. ? detectives discovered nearly two nces of morphine, an opium pipe lly loaded with tho drug, and a 'all amount of cocaine. It Is Bald at the detectives found nearly 150 podormtc needles also, as well as overturned alcohol lamp, said to b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

jRirfimonil Cim^-Pi^pntrl) 1S8S j 1S30 j Pabltohrd etfrr ilty In the year by Thr Tlmrn Dtiyalrk Publishing Company, Inc. Address nit roaiRtialralloni to TKK TIMES-DISPATCH, Ilmea-Dlapatch Hulldlnc, 10 South Tenth Street. Richmond* Vn. TUB TIMES, Founded THB DISPATCH, Founded TELEPHONE. RAMHILI'II 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Street j South Hlrhnnnd 1020 Hull Street Pflmlrnrc 100 North Sycamore Street l.*-nclll)urat 21H Eighth Street HASDnOOK, STORY Jfc BROOKS. INC.. Special Advertising Representatives. ,\err York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutunt I.lfe lliilldlni? Chtcaso People'* t;ni? ItulliliuK SIDSCRIPTION HATKS RY MAIL One Six Three PORTAGE PAID Year. Moa. Mob. Dally and Sunday....90.00 ?:>.00 ?1.V? Dally only 4.00 2.0t? l.Ofl Sunday only 2.00 1.01) -BO Dy Tlmen-DUpntch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond (and suburbs) nnd Petersburg*. Daily with Sunday, one week 15 ccnts Dally Ttithout Sunday, one week 10 cents Sunday only 5 cents Entered January 27, 11)03, at Ri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Notes ISS OLIVE CHAPIN TO SPEAK AT WOMAN'S CLUB any "Voting People Krnm School* and Collect*" Are nt llome for the Holiday*. Ono of tho largest noqlal gatherings tho week wlJl !??? tho Interpretation James Hranch Cabell's latowt ho Soul of Mllllceiit, b.v Miss <>1 ve tissell Chapln, <?f Washington, which 111 tako placo at tho Woman s Club lis afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Mrs. hoinan Cary Johnson iB^ chalrman of 10 afternoon, ami Mrs. Kate Lant,ley oBhor will mako a sliort speoch prior Miss Chapln's Interpretation. Mrs. , equonibourg will render several v o- ? n selections, and Mrs. Hamilton Smith Tho club parlors will bo thronged ; 1th a distinguished company of protn-| icnt guests for the occasion and blio , a tables will be decorated In slender | ases of roses and narclsHUs for the formal reception following. o Visit Here. . , ,, Mrs William Allan and her small auuhtor, Miss KlUabetli Preston Al an, of Charlotte. N. C.. will arriv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Are in terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inquiries and comiunnlcnttooa addrrnned to The 'Mme?-DI?pntch will r?r?lvf prompt attention. Thin drpartmrut will apprnr rich .Mondnj, and contributions or ?tiKjce<it lo tin will be welcomed. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers "\ WINTER FEED FOR THE DAIRY COW During tho winter months it is i?en erally found dllllcult tt> provide such food as is necessary for tho dairy cow to keep \ip the regular flow of milk. At this Benson of the year feed in generally scarce?the proper kind for the dairy cow?and that which we have on han.l Is often of an Inferior quality. After coming off the creen fresh j grass they do not relish such dry feed. 't and. being of an Inferior quality, one will soon notice a great decrease In the flow of milk. Kor this reason it is very important for tho farmer to try and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

Ridimorii) QTime^j3i$palcli MXTY-KOURTH VEAIl ?admittedly TUB BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE T1MEB-OI8PATCH |lANDOLl'II 1 1 IMMUOIiPH WANT AD. RATES. |>AII.,Y, one cent a word when paid in ad vance. No ad. taken for lens than 10 centa. |ll)NDAY, one and one-half centa a word for all claaailled ada. excupt Bltuutlona Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. taken for lcia than 15 centa. |JO ADS. taken for lean than 25 centa when charged or phoned In. Phoned order* not guaranteed. Classlflcatlona not guaranteed ufter 'j:j0 P M LOST AND FOUND jOST, a French poodle. Hcwurd If re turned to 2211 Monument Avenue. .jOST, a largo diamond ring. $100 re ward and no questions asked. Ite urn to II. II. Hartzell, 008 Hast 13road Rrect. -iOHT, on Main Street car, or on Syca moro Street, between Main and Cary, Saturday, December l'j, one brown fur. Reward if returned to 2204-A West -'ary. 1SLL1 WANTED?Male WANTED, railway mail and postal clcrks; examin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 21 December 1914

GET YOUR '?>? - m ? - repllCM to your ANSWERS *2''"' " " "' THE TIMES-DISPATCH f?iri)mond STime^-Pi^ratcti RICHMOND. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914. THE LATEST From the most ^ ? dependa ble WAR NEWS!ouJc,?n g i found dully In THE TIMES-DISPATCH m%iuuw ? I 1 A Gift oj Beauty and Utility is A Gift of Leather Goods HANDSOME! USEFUL! These are characteristics of scores of articles in our com plete Leather Goods Store. RELIABLE and REASONABLE are other features; natural ly, sincc they bear the MILLER & R1IOADS mark! Splendid gifts?every one! Our Famous $5 Traveling Bag L lock of solid brass; Inside throughout with genuine leather. A beautiful and serviceable Rap. 18-lncli size;:. $5.00. An ideal gift for any member if the family? or for all of them. Handsome Bap of genuine cow hide; substantial frame, reinforced rorners, edges :louble stitched; trimmings a n d pockets and lined in 16. 1 or Our $ 1 4 Walrus Bag Handsome 16 inch Traveling Bag of genuine Walrus; trim mings and lock heavil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

WANT AD PUBLICITY I*ut? your i|Ur*t for a ?Huatlon on aatrlctly bualneaa bn?l? nbca you adverttne la THE TIMES-DISPATCH 3 DAYS TO SHOP| 1 on will help Ihr nirri-linot* and net bcttrr acrvU** If you SIIOl* NOW. THE TIMES-DISPATCH G4th YEAR NUMBER 19,937. RICHMOND, VA? TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914 FOURTEEN PAGES WEATIIIMl TO-DAY PAIR PRICE 2 CENTS. Hill Promises Not to Pursue Maytorena if Latter Gives Up Siege at Naco. IN CONFERENCE WITH SCOTT Member and Also Secretary of Aguascalientes Convention Are Executed in Mexico City. NACO, A HIZ., December 21.?If Gen eral Maytorena will withdraw his Villa forces from the siege at Naco, Mexico, General Benjamin Hill's Car ranza forces will not pursue hlrn, ac cording to a tentative agreement be tween Hill and United .States Army officers announced to-day. Brigadier-General Hugh I.. Scott was t?? have conferred with Maytorena to day, but bad weather compelled a post ponement. A further conference be tween General Scott and Hill Is net for to-morr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

Operations of Great Severity Nou). in Progress on Western Fields has come to "clear the tnvador from France." A late Paris ofllolnl bulletin describes small grains all along the line, particu larly in the centre between the Ar gonno and the Meusc British ships again have been bombarding Zce brugge and llcyet, as well as tho coast beyond Ostend, where tho Germans have established many shore batteries. Political developments In Hungary, where people are reported to ho deep ly discontented because they think thitt Germany and Austria i?re falling tt> give Hungary n fair share of pro tection, are the subject of much specu lation and deep Interest In England. HtssiA.N rollers piievisxt aim am i: \i:.\hi:h WARSAW PICTR'??? HA I>. December 21 (via London. 1:4 > 1'. M.).?Russian forces are still holding at ba> the (Jorman column which is seeking to cross the Kzura River at Soehaczew an<l advance on Warsaw, thirty tulles away. For three days this German army of about 200.1 men...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

1W NOW IS POPUUR ' MANCHESTER RESIDENT !ity an a Whole Deeply Grieved at! Killing That SendN Him Hack to New York. IIS CONDUCT IS KXIOMPLAHY I lives Largely to Cliurrh and Charity. lterent Host at Children's Party. Society Women ICxpress Desire to Help. I Special to The Times-1 >is?ateh. 1 .MANCIIKSTKIt, N. II.. December 21. -This city as a whole is deeply grieved jt the ruling of the Cnlted States Su >reme Court that Harry K. Thaw must ro litu-k in Now York a prisoner. Thaw Ins been a resident of Manchester for evuvil months, ami has won a lari?^ legree of personal popularity. His jonduet has been thj'.t of an exemp lary citiZ'-n, ami lie has given largely 0 the church and to charily, while >y the wholcsomeness of his dally ife he lias come to be ranked as one f( the "solid citizens" of Manchester. 1 After the announcement of the court [teclslon to-day. Thaw denied himself jo all Interviewers, and Sheriff brew, Jvho lias been to a certain extent liis custodian, but lias co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 3 SPORTS JACK 001 III THE CITY,. KM TO TALK BUSINESS Orioles' Owner-Manager Will Attend j Meeting To-Night lit Business Men's Club in Interest of Better Ball. VIRGINIA LEAOVE NOT TO MEET j President Boatwiight, However, Will | Be on Hand and Discuss Matters j Concerning B?lease of Richmond ' From the Circuit. To-night is the time for those inter- i ested in Richmond's baseball future to come forward and declare themselves, i The meeting of those interested In placing this city on tlie baseball majf will b?' called at the rootns'of the Busi ness Men's t'lub at S:30 o'clock, and ' those present will hear just what Dunn i and those connected with the local | situation intend to do towards brliiB- I inn better baseball to this citv. While it appears that the meeting of i tiie Virginia league, called for to-day 1 nt noon, will not take place, President Boatwriglit will l>o in the city, and the whole matter will be taken up with him by Bradley...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

IATOR EDWARD ECHOLS IS BURIED IT STAUNTON |tdrcds Pay Final Tribute to Mem- j >ry of Virginia's Former Lleu tennnt-fJoveriior. It ASSOCIATION TAKKS ACTION I vyers Adopt Resolutions Huloglz- I fifc Man Who Huh I'luycd Such I'romlnent Part in Iiifc of State, prakers Land Ills Virtues. f Special to Tlin Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 j TAUNTON. VA.. December SI.? nlty Kplgcopal Church was fillto rllowlng this afternoon. when fu al services were held over the y of State Senator Kdward lCchols, nier Lieutenant -Governor of Vlr la, who died at hln home here on unlay. The casket was covered h llowers, and the chancel was fked with them, the floral tributes lie magnificent. The service was ducted hy the rector, lie v. Walter llulllhen, assisted hy Ilev. A. -NT. i/.'T. I). !>., pastor of the First l'res erlan Church, which was the irch of Mr. Kcliols's parents. The ted choir sang the hymns. "Lead, idly Light," and "Nearer, My God, Thee." Interment was In the family lit In Thornrono Cemetery. l larg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

Sicfnmmit Cuiu^Ptepairl) TUB TIMES, Founded 1888 T1IR DISFATCII. Foonflfd,, 1860 Published every day tn the 7ear by The Tlmri Dispatch Publishing Company, Inc. Address all tommunlrallona to Tim TIMES-DISPATCH, Times-Dispatch lltilldlng, 10 South Tenth Street, Hlchmond, Va. TELEPHONE. RANDOLPH 1 Publication onice 10 South Tenth Street South lilelimond 1020 Hull Street Petersburg; 100 North Sycamore Street Ljriichliuri; SIS Eighth Street HASimOOK, STORY A DltOOKS, INC., Speclnl Advertising Representatives. New York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual Life Rulldlng ChloaKO People's tiaa Ilulldlng SUBSCRIPTION RATES IIV >1 AH. One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Yenr. Mos. Mow. Mo. Dally nnd Sundny. .. .80 .OO 83.00 81.50 8 .03 Dally only 4.O0 2.00 1.00 .UB Sunday only S.00 1.00 .BO .23 Ily Times-Dispatch Carrier Delivery Service In Hlchmond (and Ntihurbs) nnd Petersburg: Dully with Sunday, one iTcek 15 eenta Dally without Sunday, one week 10 cents Sundny only ' 5 cents Entered Janunry 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 22 December 1914

Household Interests n>o SOCIETY Personal Notes MISS M'CLUER TO BECOME BRIDE OF J. R. GILLIAM, JR. Christ ma* Dance Will B? Held at WMtmoNland Club on Fri day, Nlfcht. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert O. Leigh, Jr., and thotr email son, of 504 West Frank lin Street, arc leaving town to-nior row for their country estate, "Pied mont," In Orango County, whoro they will aperid tho Vhrlstmas Reason. W. Catesby Jones, of,New OrleanB, a broth er of ivlrs. Leigh, will Join them at "Piedmont" for a ahort stay. UlllUun?McCluer. Rev. Edwin 13. McCluer, D. D., and Mrs. McCluer, of Bon Air, have an nounced tho engagement and approach ing marriage of their daughter, Ellen Ooaltcr, to Jamos It. Gilliam, Jr., of Lynchburg. Both Mr. Gilliam and his bride-to-be are prominently related throughout tho State, and their wedding will bo an event of the great est interest to society hero. Coming Event*. ? One of tho most interesting Christ mas parties of tho week will be the dance at tho Westmoreland Club Friday nigh...

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