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INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY.

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY.

Plans involving the expenditure of £200,000 and more have been made by the American Peace Centenary Committee in connection with the hundredth anniversary of the Treaty of Ghent. The arrangements now sanctioned contemplate memorial statutes in England, Canada, the United States,
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
IN PARIS.

IN PARIS.

Americans in Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. ('onnell held their usual third Sunday of the month reception yesterday afternoon at their residence at Clamart. Mrs. C. B. Miller and her daughters and son held their usual Sun day "at home" yesterday afternoon at their apartment in the
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
GREAT SALE OF LINENS CLEARANCE OF ODDMENTS COMMENCES TO-MORROW

GREAT SALE OF LINENS CLEARANCE OF ODDMENTS COMMENCES TO-MORROW

COME and see beautiful linens marked at prices which will be a constant surprise to • you. Handle them and prove their worth by that instinct which tells you the value of such things. During the winter when linens needed renewing, you said " I will wait until Spring." Here is Sp
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
MANY WELL KNOWN HOSTESSES TO GIVE DANCES IN MAYTHE LAST TWO COURTS OF THE SEASON-COMING MARRIAGE OF MR. KERMIT ROOSEVELTNOTABLE

MANY WELL KNOWN HOSTESSES TO GIVE DANCES IN MAYTHE LAST TWO COURTS OF THE SEASON-COMING MARRIAGE OF MR. KERMIT ROOSEVELTNOTABLE

AMERICAN ENGAGEMENTS The dance list for May is Hamersley, to Samuel Neilson already a formidable one, and Hinckley, oldest son of Mr. and many well-known hostesses have Mrs. Samuel Parker Hinckley, of secured their dates. Comtesse de New York and Cedarhurst, L. I. Lalaing is ent
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN_ REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL WORLD XING'S VISIT TO FRANCE. GIANT HOTELS. The London Coliseum and the I Interview with Manager of the "Sphere Aerial Escort to the Carlton, just returned from King. America. A RECORD IN AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

THE AMERICAN_ REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL WORLD XING'S VISIT TO FRANCE. GIANT HOTELS. The London Coliseum and the I Interview with Manager of the "Sphere Aerial Escort to the Carlton, just returned from King. America. A RECORD IN AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

To the enterprise of Mr. Oswald Stoll and Mr. W. Hugh Spottiswoodo, the Chairman of the ,s'phere, is due the last word in aerial photography. Many attempts have been male to take cinematographic photographs from an aeroplane, but none have been arranged on such a scale as that o
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Aw llllllll,llo g CALEDONIAN EXPRESS TRAIN.

Aw llllllll,llo g CALEDONIAN EXPRESS TRAIN.

26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLo.

AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLo.

with those of dress, and I often hear ladies say that they have diffieulty in getting. the perfect lines and fit, together with comfort. The present fashion of low bust and long hips calls for special care, most particularly so by those ladies who possess a medium or full figure
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Carlton Hotel. Mr. 0. Smith, of London; Mr. A. Wolfsohn, of New York; Captain Orban, of Edinburgh, and Mr. and

Carlton Hotel. Mr. 0. Smith, of London; Mr. A. Wolfsohn, of New York; Captain Orban, of Edinburgh, and Mr. and

Mrs. Peterson, from Geneva, have arrived. Hotel Continental. Mr. Hobert Ilampson, Miss Katherell and Miss Elsie Gilleau, of Montreal, have arrived from Montreux. Miss James and Miss Knysford have arrived from Cairo. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hotler and Mr. A. B. Nelson, of Chicago, hav
26 April 1914 - American Register - London, London, England