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TITLED AMERICANS TO ASSIST AT BRILLIANT
BEAUTY BALL IN LONDON
Reading Left to Right Duchess of Marlborough, Duchess of Roxburghe,
Lady Randolph Churchill.
London, June 5. A brilliant and
unique pageant, the Anglo-American
peace centenary ball, will be held in
Albert Hall June 10, at which the
beauty queens of two nations will appear.
. The dan is that the most beautiful
i woman in 'Rns'lanri and the most
beautiful woman from the United
States shall represent, respectively,
Britannia and Columbia.
There are sixty-eight titled women
nominally in charge of the affair.
Among the Americans on this com
mittee are'the.Duchess of Roxburghe
(nee Goelet), the Duchess of Marl
borough (nee Vanderbilt), Lady Ran
dolph Churchill (daughter of Leonard
Jerome of New York), and the
Countess of Granard (nee Mills).
The Duchess of Teck is the chair
man. All the 4,000 dancers to attend the
ball will be in costume, the most mod
ern of which must antedate 1814.
For the first two hours, from 10 to
12 o'clock, the -dances will be con
fined to those in vogue in the eigh-
On the stroke, of midnight the floor
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