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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 January 1915

s- THK TIMKS, Founded IR.HJI fe THK DISPATCH. 1-Vunded 1830 ? I'ul>llt.lied fVfry day In the yenr by The Time*. Olnpatoh 1'ulillahlfiff Company. luc. Addren* nil rommnnte*tlon? to THK TI.MKS-IHSI'ATCH, Time*-Dispatch Untldluft. 10 South Trutli Street, Uli'bmaid, Vs. 'v fELKI'IIOXK, HASDOI.PH 1 Pobllr.itlnn OUIee lO South Tenth Street South Itlehmond lico Hull Street rrtrrfilmri; 100 North Sji-nmoro Street ItTrrhlturK 21S Kluhth Street IIASnilOOK. STOIIY nitOOKS, INC Speclnl AdTfrtlnIni; Iteprenentntlven. Xrw York 200 Kllth A*enne Philadelphia Mutual 1.1 fe It u 11 <11 tiic CIiIcuko I'eople'n linn UullilltiK Sl'IlSCItll'TION HATIIS IIY >1 All, One Six Three Our rtlSTAt.K I'Ain Venr. Mo*. Moi. Mo. Hull j ?ind Sundny. . ..MOO Jt.l.OO SI no ? .IV". Unity only 4.KO 2 OO 1 OO .35 Sunday only 2.00 1,00 .SO .25 Ily Time*-Hlnpnteh Carrier Oellvry Servlee In Richmond (nnd ?nhtirl>?) nnd I*cter?burK< Dally with Sunday, one nerk IK rent* Pnlly without Sunday. one wr<k 10 cent*...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 January 1915

Mrs. 11 art on II. Grundy to Glvo! Luncheon To-Day in Her Honor. I>U. HOW IK AT WOMAN'S CLUIJ i ?John Powell to Glvo Informal Talk : on Life in Vienna at Woman's j ("lull Wednesday Afternoon?Mr. I and Mrs. Whito Entertuhi. Miss Florence Flynn. of New York, and the Whlto Sulphur Springs, aj -fucst of Mm, Barton Haxatl Orumly at j fier realdenoo. 300 Wont Franklin j ^troot, en route for Aiken, S. O. Mlus | flynn 1? prominently identified with j *oll-known New Vork Kocloty, and hm : ho?n,much entertained durlnK her vis Its to the Whlto Sulphur. Yoaterday afternoon Mrn. Orundy gave a lovely tea for her guest at tiie Country Club '?f Virginia. Tho tea table wan laid '?r. tho nuitparlor of tho clubhouse, and j ?!ecorations worn In vases and bankets I ?it lielglan marigolds. Old-fashioned no?ogays of the name quaint llowers j were presented to those present, and 'ho tea table was pet with a centre- ; piece of marigolds and shaded lights. i To-day Mrs. Orumly Is giving aj seated luncheon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 January 1915

Weekly Bureau of In formation for All Who Till the Soil or Arc In terested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Inquiries mid <ommiinlc;i t lonn nil?lro**?Ml to The TlnM*M-I)lN|>Htch *?*111 r??<???!*<? prompt attention. Tliin deportment *<111 iippeur rncli .11 on tin*, nnil eon t rlhntloiiN or MiiKKfMttoiiN will lit* nricomrd. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gar deners?Queries and Answers % SPRAYING AND DUSTING: TWO SYSTEMS COMPARED Tit' Missouri Hureau of Plant Indus* tr> In ratio!) with the Uureau of lSutiriioloty <>f tlif t*. k?>vi rnniciit, did some ;:no.l work to demonstrate the most ??r. . ti :ibli treatment for neneral I?rot<>'t "ii nf orehards. ospeoiailv apple orchards and to determine by eotnpara tlve t'-sts soiitot hliiK ?f tlio relative nu-: its of sprayim; ami dustinK- ITo f. >^? l* \v l-'aurot civi's the results for the I' !)* (it of Tin Times-Pispatch rcadc rs. Thor- s pet haps no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 January 1915

encTT-iriFTii year AO MITTEDLY I THE DEBT MEDIUM IN TIIE SOUTH rOIt CLASS IKIED ADVERTIS1NO. n?XJ!PIION13 YOllll WANTS TO THE) TIMlia-DIBPATCU aAl<DOIJ,I! 1 1 HANUOI.PI1 WANT AI>. nATES. 'UI!,T, one cont a woril when paid In rJ t?nr.e. No &d. taken tor lean than 10 cento. *t'NI>AY, one and one-half cents n. wonl for *11 classified nds. excupt Situation* Wanted ?t on* oent a word. No u.d. luken for less 1 Kim lft cents. ??) Alts, uikeu for lece than 2S cent* when i charged or phoned In. Phoned order* not j rUAr*ate*d. CsteMflChtlon* not guaranteed ?M?- !?:>?? K M LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on# big Itormj. Got out Of Southern Slock-Yards. Bast ho on running out Wont Broad Street toward I too Boulevard. Howard If returned to j Kmyth Brothers. STRAYED, one black and tan beagle hound In the neighborhood of the Country Club. Anttwcrn to name of Ring. Howard If returned to C. I?. j Hoboraon. Stop 27, West hampton. I HEIii; WANTED?Male. A." aNTED, railway mall and postal tieike. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 18 January 1915

CULTIVATE THE HABIT n! rrntllnir IHf Wnnt Ad column*. Thf)- lell of opportunities In ninny direction*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH IfarfimonD STiraesPi^patcl) RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1915. THE MORNING STORY ob thf Woman'* Page will afford you a few mlnutm mental re laxation dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Miller & Rhoads?"The Shopping Centre" TO-DAY At a Booth on the First Floor, We'll Ma\c A Special Exhibit of Women's House Dresses! Although classified as "house" and "pqrcli" garments, many of these are so pretty; so petite; that they're apt to be seen on the street, come the balmy mornings of springtime. Of sturdy percales. plain and corded ginghams, ehnm brays. etc.. in the very styles most women like?neat stripes. checks, plaids and figures; in colors and black and white. Some embroidery trimmed; others with big collars of embroidery or welted pique. $1.00 and $1.50 each And never have we shown prettier Presses for ihe money. ALL Sl'/KS. including "extras"?those designed f?>r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

TO KEEP INFORMED On mntlim of Iniportnuce lu . ?? 11y, Ktutc mid nntton, you need lint rt'utl THE TIMES-DISPATCH 05th YEAR voi.rim nr. m mim.ii n? RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915.--TWELVE PAGES -CLOUDY IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try n CiMaltIrd Ad. In the Situation Wanted Column. lc n word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE 2 CENTS BARS ARE LET DOWN I FOR LOCAL BILLS Senate and House Admit Local i Measures Not Pertaining to Taxation. OUTLOOK IS GOOD, SAYS COX Finance Committees of Two Branches Hold First Joint Session. With a tacit understanding among' the members of both branches that only! one. batch of local bills shall be In*r<-? duced, a Joint resolution letting down1 the bars? to this batch of bills was; adopted yesti rda.v. The resolution.; which originated In the House, was presented to that body by Delegate Tiffany, and in the Senate by Senator' I'Vatliernton This action was not unexpected by those who have followed the special session closely. It in even regarded by many as th...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

Russians Again Are Menacing East Prussia, and Posen regarded ns a development to be ex pected. to future engagements in this region. it appears to bo a fact that the French artillery on the hills south of the Aisne commands nil the approaches to tho river, and that It will have to be reckoned with. STKADV IMIKSSIItr. 11Y TilK nrssiA>s In the eastern arena of the war the steadv pressure which the arrival of 1.000.000 of last-year levies has en abled the Russians to oxert upon the Germans. nc.-or.MiiK to news dispatches reaching I.ondon, lias l?. < n ? <?? ? pushing back the German Mncs to the west of Warsaw. News dispatches to-day report he Russian reoccupatlon of I lock. T l - report has not boon confirmed official ly, but the Russians Saturday crossed the Skrwa River a few miles below r?m.: ??? "?> h?? ?O occupv the city. Russian foices . l readv had reached Slerpcc and t.oinbin. IVUIP. respectively. directly north and south of this prov nclnl jf The Russian defeat of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

IDS BETTER PAID 1 TIN SOME GOVERNODS lames M. Slieean, Attorney for AVcst cni Railroads, Outlines Case l$o fore Hoard of Arbitration. EVIDENCE FOR MEN COMPLETED Increases Asked For Aniouut to 840, 000,000 n Year ? Compensation Already Higher Tluin in Eastern and Moutliorn Territories. CHICAGO. January 18.?Oovernors of "ven States could make more money m a locomotive cab on somv WcHtern allway runs than they now receive as hief executives, according to the 'laicrncnt to-day ,of .lainen M. Sheean, ittorney for Western railroads, whose ngineers, firemen and hostlers are du? nandlng higher wages and better "ours. In outlining the rail side of the ;iHe before the hoard of arbl^atlon. Presentation of evidence for the men "as begun November 30 and completed to-day. Sheean declared the annual salaries "f tiie Governors were smaller than va?"s received by some of'the loco motive engineers of Western railroads, who ask increases which, he said, would amount to 1 (0,000,000 a year. "Of the 5,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

! - Useful Hints Woman and Home Ethical Talks The Morning Story TICKET No. Tit. II* Olive ltobert* I'nrton. Mrs. Tiniersly, having lived In the country all hot life before her mar riage. hated the city fiat to which Mr. Tiniersly took her as a bride. She hated having the bedroom oti the same iloor as the parlor, and she hated having t lu> parlor up three flights of stairs wlioii company came. She hated 10 pet coal from a dumb-waiter, and was suspicious of water that came out of a hot water spagot. She loathed sofas that turned into beds, and vice versa, heat that came out of iron pipes, milk that came out of bottles, and everything that came out of cans. It was bad enough to have to endure such chicanery Inside one's own home, but to go out of doors and see nothing but sel f-propellin g machines of all kinds was the limit of one's endurance. To Mrs. Titncrsly's mind automobiles were uncanny' She hated them as much as she loved liors. s. This was a great disappointment to Mr. Tini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

tSSOCIJTION HOLDS its ran rat Iteports From Various Methodist Sunday Schools Show Flourish ing Conditions. ADDRESS 11Y DR. P1LCHER Woodmen of World in Dinwiddle County Instal New Olllcers?Po liceman Is Abused, and His As sailant Landed in Jail. I Special to The Times-Dispatch.] PFTKRSBURCJ, VA., January 18.? Tlw stated meeting ot the Methodist Sunday School Association of Peters burg ami vicinity, was held yester day afternoon at Market Street Church, (?resident Paul Pcttill presiding. Seven of the eight sunday schools were rep resented. no report bciitK made from Wesley Church school. The following reports, showing register and average attendance of the other schools were read.: Hoc- Ave. Per Schools Ister. Attend, cent. High Street 301 .104 7S Memorial 3.'S - -^0 Market Street . . 339 23S .70 Washington Street 339 2'JS .fiS Kt trick 28.". 207 .73 Matoaca 189 1*13 >~o lllandford 10& 81 .78 Totals 2.009 1.446 .72 ?'ollcctlons. 5178.51. The address was delivered by Dr. William...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

jRidimoriii Cim^-iB^pnlrlj ================================== VHK TIMES, Koandfil 18HS rut; DISPATCH. Pounded Published fvfry day In the year by The Tlmea Olipnti'h Publlahlna Conipnny, Inc. Addrena all com muntrnl Iol>? to THIS TIMKS-lHSrATCH, Tlrnea-DIapntch Uulldin*. 10 South Tenth Street. lUchtnond, V*. fELEPnOXE, RANDOLPH X fiibllcntlon Office 10 South Tenth Street South Klrlimnnd 1020 Hull Street Peleraburic 100 North Sycamore Street ' ' >'"hliur(f 218 LMtfhtli Streel IIASIlKOOIv, STORY A nnOOKS, INC, Special Advertising Representatives. >'ctt York.... 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia. Mutuol Ufe Ilulldlng Clilcnuo. . .. People'* (ini Uulldlui; SUBSCRIPTION RATE! RY MAII< One SI* Three On? POSTAGE PAID Yenr. Moa. Moa. Mo. Dally nnil Sundny. .. .ffl OO 93.00 *1. W 5 .55 Dully only 4.00 2.00 1 OO .85 Sunday only 2.00 1.00 .50 .25 By Tlmes-Dlapntch Carrier Delivery Service la Klehmond (and suburbs) nnd I'ttcmlinrici Dally vritli Sunday, one Tveek 15 centa Dnlly n-ithout ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

WDOOH GOLF TEAS OPEN ! THURSDAY AFTERNOON ? 'rominent Women to Act as Chap erons at Open-Air Hcliool Ilciieflts. WEDDING OF M1SB JKXKIXH Oremony Takes Place To-Night at Home of Ilrlde, on Monument Ave nue?f?rays Issue Cardu for Bat talion Drill and Dance. Fashionable society le deoply lnter ? sted In the announcement that the first of a series of Indoor golf teas In t'? bo Riven in the palm room of tlio ?leffcrson llolel on Thursday afternoon Ironi 4 W> 7 o'clock for the beneiit of iMo open-afi? schools. Tho chaperons for Thursday afternoon include Mrs. ?I oil 11 I i. Hayes, Mrs. Lewis Iilnton (tosher and Mrs. James Oordon Smith, and smart society will bo out In full force to attend It. Tea Will lie served ?it prettily arranged tables, and there is to be an award of a silver cup to 'ho player making the best score dur ing th" season. These novel functions will he held every afternoon except Saturday, and plana for them are most interesting. Indoor golf has been th? fad In the bl?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

SPORTSC NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD 1 SPORTS MANY PLEOGES RECEIVED TO FINANCE BASEBALL Committee lieports That Prospects | 1,00k Favorable for the Comple- j tion or liist This Week. KVFUYHOPY HOOST 1'HO.lKr T i Don't Wait for Solicitor to Call, but Send in Subscript Ion at Once. 1 Salt Lake < ii> Has Same Condition | in .Meet. j Yosterdav nipriiii'.K more than tlftyj cut husiasi > bra \ ? <1 Hi.- rain and started | 011 tlx "whirlw inn canvass for seriptlons t" tlnanc, better baseball for Richmond. and b> niaht a tidy sum had been ?.?? .a. but n??t enough to Moat the project. , This nit.':-!, u: u iti'' saint- cicw ? ill it on lli< job. and 11 IS expected that to tals will be obtainable tn-iiinlit. SO that the fans inaj know how in.ittei'H arc nronressinn. , Subscription blanks5 have conic from the printer ami art- rcatly tor distribu- , tion those desiring subscribe ami help make ill. venture a success may Obtain tin mccssarv papers 11 0111 Alvin M. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

INTEREST CENTRES I 1 POSITION OF SENATE House of Delegates Overwhelmingly Favors Some Form of Segregation. | SKXATOKS A Hi: NONCOMMITTAL } 1'irertlon Tax Kefoi-m Will Tnko Will Prob?l>ly Ho Decided in Next Few Days, After Which Details of Hills Will He Discussed. Tho General Assembly will decide within a day or two which of tho pro- j losed plans of reform It will follow In ?evislng the tax code, If the opinion of1 a majority of tho Senators and Dele-] vates l.? correct. Nearly all of the logls- | 'atou) who held informal discusBlons yesterday In tho corridors of tho Capi tal and In the hotel lobbies were Arm In tho bell? f that rapid progress will be made In both branches r>f tho Legis lature during tho next few days, and that when the week closes the actual work of tax revision will be well tin ''or way. Few there are In the Legislature who iff; willing to prophesy which of th< proposed plans of reform?segregation >>r centralization ? will ultimately win ??ut, hut I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

VOLUME Of BUSINESS SETS NEW HIGH RECOHH Transaction* on Stork KxrhaiiRe ? Heaviest Since Trailing Was Itrsuniod, MANY I N'TKHKSTI XC? INCIDKNTS New Slocks Arc Rapidly Coining to Front?Coal and Oil Issues Strong, While Automobile Shares Make Fresh Gains. ltv mto \t?.\N \\ \I.I.. N'KW YOltK .1.1 r 1 u.'tr\ * To ? 1. 'v' - st?v k market f:itrly hrlstlo''. with Intorpstlnc In chlont.s. The volunio of business ua< the larRcst strii o the rooponlni: <>f 11??? ? x- | chance iloallncn ? > r? hroj .lor and lntoro?t wan well ?II?trllM:t< I Commission business Jv smal' md floor i traders j.re dolnp v.r\ ;ittlo Thl? I" Im portant. for the ?? tlvitv of th- dealer on J margins and the Jumping Hbout of the floor I operator ? r. ii.it . ? ? < nt- ?! ~tr ? imth New ?tmk- i i . i)i" front Coil Issues woe .-??rone ?? . I.?> under till' ' o:i ? I of RMdlnc, which rro<?i?e?i IW Thlt mock (till r:itr !? - i ? ? ?? |ii.<?i'illitl.-?i In the work Int: out of tiv ^??cri,i;.ition '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR MITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. | TELEPHONE Y'?UR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH kNDOU'H 1 1 KANDOfcPU . WANT AO. RATES. ?H.Y, eno cent a word when paid In ad lance. No t?d. taken for lernt than 10 centa. IN BAY. one and one-half cents a w?r<* '"J I classified u<??. except Situation* Wanted I* one cent a word. No ud. for !?*? luau IS cent?. II ADS, taken foi 'ew tli&n V? cent? when ?harmed or pboned In. Phoned order? not lt'.'iranl^ed. CiaairlllcutloxiH not tfuaratitoeu |tt*r $:30 R M. LOST AND FOUND. I'ST, out- big borne. Cot out o. (Southern Stock* Yards. Bast seen lnniiiK out West Broad Street toward Boulevard. Howard it returned to li.vth Brothers. I'.ST. some tup.- ;-unday, pointer Jog, hollow head and ears. whin* body. Id has short tail. Reward i>y phoninjf |>ndi>lph r.ioy-j. HEW WAJSTED?Male. IaNTED, Railway mall and postal Ic'erks; examination soon, over 2.000 lpointments yearly; prepare at Itoine. ?rite for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 January 1915

TO HELP BUSINESS Ilclleve In jiiiimrlf, jour roun try. Mute nnil ??!!>?mid It* In ? tiluf luii>?nnil ?n) ho. jKidjmonft Cimes-jBiSpatri) THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. REAL OPPORTUNITIES! ore often found In the little ntorlrn told lo the Wnnt Ada. It piiyN to read them. THE TIMES-DISPATCHi Miller & Rhoads?"The Shopping Centre" - Last Days of the Bed and Bedding Sale! People generally have evinced great inter e?t in this event, and hundreds have profited by the extraordinary low prices on Brass and White Enamel Beds, Suitresses, Springs, Bed Cover ing, etc., we've offered all month. 13ut such an unusual sale must have an end ing?prices so far below regular can hold only for a brief period?and TO-DAY, Wednesday and Thursday are the last days. Have You Taken Advan tage of It? It. is altogether probable that some of these items are required in your home lilGIIT NOW. It is almost a certainty that some of them will be needed in the near future. In e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

THE PLACE TO BOARD ti rnnlly bp dettrmlord by PultlDg n Nuinll Ad. lu the cluastQcd column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH jSiditnottlt 3Time:S-#bjmtd) THE MORNING STORY on thf Woninn'H I'nur will nfTortl >ou n fcvr mlnulm ntrntnl rc IniHtlon dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH frith YEAR VOKt'3113 OS Mil II Kit ?) RICHMOND. VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915. ?'TWELVE PAGES ^SVv,R? CLOUDY ZEPPELINS MAKE FIRST RAID ON ENGLAND; FAVORITE ROYAL PALACE IS BOMBARDED JOFFRE'S FORCES DRAWING NEARER GERMAN FRONTIER Southwest of Verdun, French Have Gained Few Hundred Yards. MAY FORGE INVADERS AWAY FROM FORTRESS Elsewhere Along Western Line Snow Prevents All But Ar tillery Engagements. I.OQIWCITV A VOl DKI) IN MAST Taken <?? Imllrnte Tlint llig Move' tnenis Are 1'nclcr Way l>y Hussion". Generally Quiet Along Western Front I-'IrIiIIiik In cnlnic on In Northern I'rnnrr nl eertnln point*. Iiul tirn ernllj- nlnnic the lint- In the nvhl there In rompnrnOvr quiet. In the runt, tin- 11 uaaln na nppnr rnllj nrr ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

Raid of German Airships Is Latest Military Sensation fly about 150 miles across the North Sea to reach England. The police and special constables ' %vcr?? ordered to hold themselves In readiness for a possible raid on Lon don. and tire brigades also were warned to be in readiness. The report of the attack on Norfolk i ounty cm used considerable commotion In London. Searchlights throughout the evening scoured the sky with their ra>s to pick up any aircraft that might' approach. L*p t<? a lute hour, however, there was no stgn of an aerial visitor.! Reports reaching London said a squadron of si\ Xeppelins crossed over' tin' North Sea. and on reaching the coast line separated, some taking a southerly direction and others an op posite coursc. The reports have not heen i-onflrmed. /.i:im?i:i.i\ is m:k\ Kl.t I\<; OVKIt II'SWICII LONDON, January 20 i3.r>2 A. M.). ' The I >n ily Mail reports that a Zeppelin appeared ov. r Ipswich during the' *)iuht, hut that it did no damage. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 January 1915

MORE SUCH OFFENSIVE | WELCOME TO GERMANS1 (ioiicral Von Falkenhayn Well Sat isfied With Itecent Attacks of Allied Forces. GIVK8 1IIS FIltHT INTERVIEW Noltlier Who In IlesporiHiblo for War's Strategy Says Germany Can Go On Fighting Indefinitely?He Ex perts JjOIir HtruKKle. GTCNRRATj FIELD 11K A DQ17 A RT tf R3 op THE flKHMAN A KM Y IN FRANCE, January 10 (via London. January 19).? "Morn of such offensive (referring to the present offensive operations of the nlllen) enn only he welcome to u?." "The Tiritlsh are good flghtern. but an army without the accessary officers nnn nnncommlsalonf) officers Is scarce ly fin army." "\V> are fully prepared for any at tempt at a landing I" Relglum; the sooner It conies, the better." These are phrases, full of quiet op timism. of Lleutoiiant-General Erich von Falkenhayn. the German Minister of War and chief of staff of German armies In the tleld, who to-day granted the Associated Press tho tlrst Inter view given any correspondent. Tho general talk...

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