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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

jSidjmonfi (Tim^-fltepalcl) TI?*C TIMKM. Knuaded INN* TllK DIMPATCH, CvmhiIH I mo P?hl|?h*4 every day In tkr year hy The TlmMOlnpMlrk Culillnhlos Company, Inc. AdrircK* nil eommunlratloan to TUK TMIHS-UISPATCH, Ttmn-Dlapilrb Uulldltic. 10 South Tenth Street. Hlchn">?i1, Vs. . rELEPnoXK. IIANDOLI'II t Publication OOlce 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond 102 ? Hull Strn>( PrtrMl<nrc 100 North Syenmow Street Lintkliurg 218 Eighth Street HASBROOK, STORY A BROOKS, INC., Special Advertising Representative*. New York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia .Mutual I.lfc lliillrilnic Chicatto People'* (iaa OulldluK SUBSCRIPTION ItATES BY 1IAII. One Nix Three One POSTAGE PAn? Year, Mos. Moa. Mo. Dally and Sunday... .98. OO 93.OO *81 .HO 9 5SI Dally only. 4.00 2.00 1 OO .35 Sunday only S.OO 1.00 . 00 .20 By Ttmea-OUpatch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond {and suburbs) and Petersburg! Unllj r'th Sunday, one week 1.1 centa Dully without Sunday, one week 10 centa Sund...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

Househo d Interests SOCIETY Per?on^l Note: BRILLIANT WEDDING AT ST. JAMES CHURCH UIm Sophie How Meredith Become* Bride of Fred Or???on llorec, JrM ot Baltimore. A brilliant co.npany of dlotlngutahed ?Musts thronged at. Jamus Episcopal 1-uroli last cvonlng at 8 o'clook for jo marriage of Mlas Sophie Robo .?:eidlth, daughter of Mr. and Mra. ' :?rlotj Vivian Meredith, to Fred Grayto.i Boyce, Jr., of Baltimore and Clarke ?"ounty. The wedding la unu of the :no?t fanhlonablo and Important events ?jC the (all, and many prominent guostH Croni a distance were present. Tho e-jrc-iiiony wan performed by Rov. T. C. Da rat, D. D., rector of the church ~:id Blshop-eleot of tho Dloceso of ISaat Carolina, and tno altar wan massed In .<ji)l?lte white blooms and Cathedral andlcf. Bay trees, palms and chry.ntheiriums decorated the chancel and rr.\> d an effoctlvo background for tho - Guinea cf tho brldo and her attend- -. tn. The .brldo'a wedding dross was fashuiied quite simply ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

NELSON DEMANDS Alt j !"? OFFICIAL M?! SKlff) r Chairman of Hospital Staff Hesents ? Aiitenioni* of Hirschberf; as to Attendance on Patients. MISAPPREHENSION, SAYS BOAKD' Heniarks Had Origin "In Zeal of Ail for Hotter Welfare of Hospital," ; Says Letter.Decliniiif; to Make In-j vestigation Requested. Charges calling Into question the fit-I nees of Dr. J. Garnett Nelson to servo | on the visiting staff of tho Virginia' Hospital, .ilk'Btiii to have been made' hy John Hirschberg at n meeting of tho boar*-. anrl :i coinri>itt^e from the .staff, hehl on Monday, caused Dr. NeJ.| son yesturday to apply to the Admin-) istratlve Hoard for ail official Inquiry. Into his conduct. Mr. lllrscliberg. according to Dr. Nelson. accused lilm of risking the life of an indigent patient, and of lack of attendance to his duties. He asked for an Immcdlato investigation. Tho board, after considering the matter, directed Its clerk to Inform Dr Nelson that It did not deem an investigation necessary...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

CONTRIBUTIONS COME i IN FOR BELGIAN RELIEF i Plans Are Moving Rapidly Forward for Aid of Starving People. IIOYKIN MOVES HEADQUARTERS School Children Bringing In Personal Contributions of Potatoes and Other Staple Forms of Food Supplies?Rural Districts Aroused. Virginia relief work for the Belgians Is moving apace, and every day area drawing nearer fulfillment tho hope that the Old Dominion will contribute enough to make up a separata cargo. Many cash donations were received yesterday by the various ugencles engaged In the movement, and the Blues' Armory la rapidly assuming the guise of a wholesale grocery Btore, so eager are the members of the battalion anrl their friends to aid In making the organization's gift one of the largest In the State. Clothing, which Is almost an much needod ae food by the Belgians, 1b also coming In, and 1b being stored, temporarily In the former headquarters of the Statu Belgian relief. Colonel II. M. Boykln, chairman of the State commission, movotl his ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

IS lilT TO BE RESUMED For Wr?t Tlnie In History of Finap- ' cial District, Public Can Corno In on Ground Floor. JOSW YOBK EXCHANGE TO OPEN Situation Wonderfully; Strengthened and Weak Accounts Eliminated. Restrictive Measures Taken Months ; Ago Prove Real Ulesslng. BV BROA1IAN* - NCW -YORK. November :t.-Fublic trading In. bOads.ls about to be resumed? upon tlx* Stock.-'.Exchange. and. for- the tlrst tinio In tlto^'lilstory. of tho financial- dlatrlct. tljo pubtie can come In on the ground floor. In military Jangiiuge. before the jjreat war begun. railroads had been Zeppelined by tho Ititerst^lo Commerce Co.nr.-ifspion. protlls mltrattlcused by wages and tai.es. and prices torpedoed by th<J submarine operations of tiro bo&ra. Manipulators of prices were co\jrt-ni;?rtlaled by the public un<l executed a* spies. Investors U uk trenches'atid retired to' bombproof positions oy taking up thilr securities. Tl>? New York Stock Exchange. the la?t o...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

flidintoiiii Cune?HBtepaltlj 81XTY-FOUHTH YEAR L DMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE BOUTH FOR CLASSIKIED advertising. 'riaBPHONB voun wants to I THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH I * RANDOLPH WANT AD. RATES. HAILY. one cent n word wheri paidl In adyunce. No ad. taken for leas than W cente. SUNDAY, on* and one-half centa a word for hll oUsBined ndn. except Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. takon for le?3 than 10 cents. NO ADS. token for le?? than S> centa whancharged or phoned In. Phoned orders not guaranteed. Claealllcatlons not RUaranteeo after 9:30 I>. M. Loi r f blk LOST AND FOUVO nJST, male English Hotter. HtrRycd from my residenco on Osborne Turnwlko Sunday, November 22. Black and white and speckled, with a little brown on h?-ad and legs. *2/. reward If returnod to It. K. D. No. 0, ?Jt>. t"A ?' 3orprow, phone Madison 4164-1'. Atiiwcrs to name "Tony." !jOST, black, white r.nd tan female oetter. Any Information thankfully revived. Reward. L.ouI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 25 November 1914

AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES For w?Mra are charulnglj Illustrated (lillr oa the House* held I*ase of JHE TIMES-DISPATCH TO PEOPIE WHO BOARD The Want Ad Coltunnal are t ' dlitctorr 'of InforniatlOD. Po ? yo? advertiser < ' ri.' THE TIMESrDISPATCH ... i ... ".*i . i.i-l I II . ? 11 'itjluii.iw ! ? ' J RICHMOND. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25,1914. Store Closes / P. M. To-morrow, Thanksgiving Day m A Sale of More Than Ordinary Importance! Vour /Veil) Coat, Suit and Dress Is Here-? > Ih ree Large Lots $10.00 $15.00 $18.50 We have been fortunate in securing these garments and are giving our patrons advantage of this fortunate purchase. Make your selections early, while the lots are complete. Women's and Misses' Suits, Coats and Dresses Large assortment of the very newest styles, smart, nobby and new. Every garment is absolutely new, taken from our $18.50 to $22.GO regular stocks. Just about 200 garments in all; make your selection early, while the assortments <?1A A A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

THE WAY TO SUCCESS Mar f?r?|?ntly he fonnd (hrous1' ? atuall a* l? the k'ltHlltil ckliuat at > V THE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,911 WANT AD PUBLICITY rata your qnrit for it iltuatlo* up'a ntrlrtly bntlneii baala nktu rou advertise tw THE TIMES-DISPATCH li'Hh YEAR ? TO-DATF FATR WEATHKR PRICE 2 CENTS. ?RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY,-NOVEMBER 26, 1914. ?TWELVE PAGES Bruce R. Payne Delivers Address Before State Association of Educators. BURDEN ON UNITED STATES .TO GUARD CIVILIZATION Must Conserve for Future Generations Those Things for Which World Has Toiled. FA fit PAX If AltRISOX SPEAKS President of Southern Hallway Says World Will Always Need Lenders of Meu. * "Wltnt wc need now more than anything else." said Dr. Bruce R. Payne, president of tlx? Pcubody College for Teachcra. yesterday afternoon before tlie Virginia State Teachers' Aiaoclation, "Is social consecration. The time lias come when the teacher must think In terms of the world. in Internationalism. The heavier part of t...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

C0nt?mp>?tci another vrVLJ? efTort t0 861 trough to the French coast ports, 6f~w!!i?.?5POr? troin by way *5. ?how?! thnt tho Germans bringing UP relnforcomenta and but so closely Is tho secret guarded that there Is no Indication as It llnfl k ,b,OW 10 10 be dollverod. i* J*"1 doiibtloas be a heavy one. backed by all the men. guns and othor w? ?0S ,?f Wnr' of wh,ch the Oermana J;,"' *? have unlimited supplies. ? i ? allies have made every preparation to mcot this assault At the same time, preparations hnve been completed for the defense of tho oast coast of England? for the opinion still holds nere that If the Germans fall In their latost plans, they will attempt a raid on England with warships and transports, for which German submarines are trying to prepare the way. There Is considerable diplomatic activity In the BalkanB, and important developments aro expocted soon. It Is regarded In official circles here that, with the Austrian army on her soil, Servla will be more li...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

Division Superintendents Have Practical Demonstration at Fox School. MOfcJDS OF HUHAL SCHOOLS Professor W. II. lieck, of University of Virginia, Will Discuss Health of School Children at Session To-Day. Many Papers Ar? Head. The conference of division supcrlntcudeutu spent tilt; greater part of yesterday at the William F. Fox School, : part of tho tlmo being ilovotcd to in- ] upectins the school and witnessing a! demonstration of a movlng-plcturu | machine In the school auditorium. and part of tho tlmo bolng given to tho regular sessions of the conference. Between the morning and afternoon a delightful luncheon wan served bv the girls of tho school under ?lio direction of the domestic science teachers, the Richmond City school Board having furnished this of the entertainment to the visiting superlntndents. , When Superintendent E. C. Olasa. n . Lvnchburg, president of the iiuperlntendents' Association. called the llrst , meeting to order In the auditorium j of tho Fox School, about ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

CAROLINA GRIDIRON STARS WHO WILL BE SEEN IN ACTION AT BROAD STREET PARK THIS AFTERNOON Coach Wood Rebuilt Machine From Top to Bottom, irntl Eleven Is Hcsl in Charlottesville'*) History. KEEL CERTAIN OF VICTORY Orange mid Hluo Doped to Win Tollny's Contest by a Margin of Four Uoals?'.Much Is Expected From Gooch and Mayer. Names and Numbers of Virginia Players I. Mnycr. 10, (illleltf. II. (iooch. II. White. Eva 11 m. It:, llcrkelcr. 4. Moore. lit. Ilururtt. R. Coleman. I I. Anilemnn, II. 0. Sparr. 15. WnlUcr. 7. Word. 10. Calhoun. 8. ninrkrr. 17. .?i?lllTYeU. 0. Ward. IK. Klnnnngnn. 10. Anderson, 13. For tl?o first timo since 11)05 the University of North Cnrollna has placed in the licltl a football teaih' which Virginia truly \foars. That Carolina Ih represented hy n strong team this year the inosi ardent Cranio and Hluo supporter does not dare to deny it. It is probably tilt- most uggresslve and versatile aggregation that has represented the- Chapel 11111 Institution since 1802. It ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

:: S P O R T S :: STIRRING FINISH 1 HAVRE DE ERAGE TRACK llruorn Flower, Allienu unci Gaelic Cross the Wire Noses Apart In Trentou Helling Stake Event. HOUSEMAID WINS A LINAGES' ' * 1 ( oquette Forces the Hallenback Mare to a Drive?I' See It Captures Second in Handy Fashion?Beverly James Takes Opener. HAVRE DE GRACE. Xovombnr SO.? J.jrooni Flower, the outsider In the bot- 1 tlnBT, carried olT the Trenton selling snakes this afternoon's feature In a rattling finish in which the winner, Alhena and Gaelic wore nonets apart. At the rise of tho barrier, Broom Flower rushed into tho lead, but tvas noun panned by Gaelic, which turned into tlio stretch . looking all over,tho winnor. Iji tho run home, Hroom Flower and Alhona closed on tho leader, and all of them came to tho wire in a whirlwind ruBh. In the last few utricles, Gaelic faltered and Broom Flower und Alhona Juut nosed him out. House Maid won the all-ages handicap. Coquette eamo strong at the head of tho strength and sent the Helto...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

THE TI.HKS, Founded IRKS TIIK DISPATCH. Founded IN.VI Paliflnhed ?v*ry day In Che rear by The Time*. DUpakk Pnhllaklug C?nipaa;, Ine. Addrew nil communication* (o * TIIK TIMES-DISPATCH, Ttraea-Dlnpntch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, Rlckn">*d. V*. rRL.BPHO.VlC. HANDOLPI1 ). PuhllrntloD Ofllcc 10 South Tenth Street South Richmond I(>2'> Hull Street Pcteraliurir 100 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg 218 Eighth Street HANDBOOK. STONY A DROOKS, INC., &prclnl AilvcrtlHlni lleprmentntlvea. ,%'cit York 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia .Mutual Life Building Chicago. People's Can Building SUBSCRIPTION IIATK8 BY MAIL Ooe Sis Three One POSTAt.E PAID Year. Mo? Mob. .Ho. Dally find Sunday... .SO.OO 33.OO 81 .80 S SS Dally only 4.00 S.OO 1.00 Sunday only......... 2.00 1.00 . 00 . 25 By Tlmea-R'^pntch Carrier Delivery Service lo Richmond land nuliurlw) and Petersburg! Dally v'th Snndny. one week IS eeata Dally ivlthoul Sunday, one week .'lO cent* Sunday on...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

Interests A SOCIETY-M MANY SOCIETY EVENTS FOR THANKSGIVING DAY Unarm, Theatre I'nrtlr?f Family pioarrn and Unit <?aiuc Slake Kull I'rugrnin. To-day Is Thanksgiving Day anil ?nart Boclety la deeply Interested in l leant half :t dozen functions of more or leHS Importance. Tho greater nuni- ? ?:r of Richmond people will attend ?rvleea ut tho various otiurcheB In tho ?ity this morning and following lunch'ii will go to the hall park to witness mo annual football game between tho Universities of Virginia and North ?'uroiliia. All sorts of interesting' parIon have boon inudu up for the afternoon and tlii^re will he teas In 11k- afternoon and luncheons beforehand for the many visitors In the city for this ivrnt. Several debutantes are to bo ? iiloitalned at luncheons, and the Governor of North Carolina will be the fUtbt of Governor Henry C. Stuart at lint Commonwealth Club, following the nformal reception for tho North Caro;!.lann at the Jefferson. litincheons i til also ho held ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

PETERSoURG MMRTUAING PUNT IS DAMAGED BY FIHE Semird Luggage Company Suffers Severe Ix>ss in Early Morning Blaze. ADJACENT PROPERTY SAYED Partial Insurance Carried on Stock and Machinery?.Tames E. Whltehone Dies Suddenly?McCandlish- ? .Lipscomb Wedding Celebrated. PETKRSBL'RG, VA? November SC.-?A destructive lire occurred this morning' on Grove Avenue, resulting In the j partial destruction of tho IV G. Seward ] Luggage Company's plant. Tho co'mpa,ny Is a comparatively new concern engaged in the manufacture of travollng bags, valises, etc., of the bent quality. The manufacturing was done Jn a brick building fronting on Grove Avenue, originally known as Graco ijpl??Copal Church, the machinery being all now and modern. In the rear of this building were two large frame structures, used mainly for storage purposes, and In which were stored a large stock of finished goods and a quantity of raw material. The brick building was not seriously damaged, but the machinery and goods i...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

'onvicts Are Released and Sent Home With Real Cause for Rejoicing. recommended dy judges 1'etltlonn Have Boen Carefully In* veetlgated by Governor, and In Most Cases Have the Indorsement ?t Trial Ofllcers. Six convicts !n the Stato Penitentiary ,r serving on tho public roads wero flvon cause for Blvlng thanka fervently /CBterday evening. They woro notified ate In ^the afternoon that pardons ?vould bo issued to them by the Oovjrnor In time to pormij them to opend rhanksglvlng Day ut tholr respective ionics, The men who rocolvcd executive Jlemency are: G. C. Corbett. convicted In Norfolk n May, 1914, of grand larceny, nnd een.enced to serve one year on the public ~oads. Corbett has served one-half ila time. The pardon was recommended by Judge Hanckel. who tried the ?aso, and tho Commonwealth's attorney ;vho pronecutcd the prisoner, Susan Foult, convicted In Richmond r'ollco Court In August of this year >f. petty larceny, and Hentenced to* six nonths In Jail. The pardon w;ia...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

INTEREST IN SECURITIES SHOWS GREAT INCREASE Business In Stocks Si 111 Coullned lo ? DcAllngs Through Clear-ing-House. ADVANCES IN MANY ISSUES Tiond Brokers Report Falling OCT in Dealings for Active Issues, IMiblie Displaying Disposition to Withdraw lllds. 11V HKOADAN MKW YORK. November S>. ? Public interest !>t securities broadened rapidly with the official announcement thai tr??Jl?i?; In bonds under restrictions would be resumed on Saturday. Business In stocks showed the largest Increase. i-1 though this trading Is still confined to dealings throurh the clearing house. United States Steel common Jumped from 15 to IP. Studehaker sold at 3f>. seven points' above the minimum price established. Copper Jtofks were strong at fractional advance.*, and Vnlon pacific rose unc point on a favorable report. Texas Oil w?> in demand at 11" on a semiofficial statement that officers had recently completed a careful Inspection of the property and were imp...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

81XTY-FOUUTa YEAR PMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. V TELEPHONE YOUIt WANTS TO THB T1ME8-DI8PATCH ANDOLPU 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. RATES. AILY, one cent a word when paid In advance. No ad. taken for lens than 10 canto, j t'NDAY, one and one-half conte a word for ill classified ads. oxctpt Situations Wanted at one cont a word. No ad. takon for lees than 16 cont*. O ADS. taken for leis than 36 centa when charged or phoned In. Phoned ordere not guaranteed. ClanelflcntlonB not Huaranteed after 9:90 P. M. ?X?riT AND FOUND OBT, November 25, pair eyeglasses on Vino Street, between Floyd Avenue nd Main. Reward If roturnod to O. JBn._caro Amcrlciui National Bank. OST, gold bracelet with pearl and turquoise Bi-ttl?ki an heirloom. Reward returned to M. B. Johnson, 117 East ranklin Street, city. HELP WANTED?Male ECOME railway mall clerks; $76 month. Examinations coming. Sample U'otlons froe. Franklin .Institute, '_*pt. 429-T, Rochester. N. V.' 'ANTED, man with 2 or...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 26 November 1914

REAP THE WANT ADS They <*11 of opportaalllef <?i which 700 mar have, hees lookln?~ THE TIMES-DISPATCH LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About ftUUju'llT (rmlnlar tlilDg* that ntinm \\ nn< <u Kuoir? every day *m THE TIMES-DISPATCH Richmond STime^-Pi^patclj RICHMOND. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. Special Announcement Since October we have added SIXTY-EIGHT employees to our regular normal force; we still require some more capable salesgirls. Applicants may apply to Mr. Bates?main office. ? MILLER & RIIOADS. Store Closes at 1 P. M. To-Day The Xmas Fair An additional display of Christmas gift goods has been made in the building adjoining our main store on Sixth Street, where you can find Gaines of all kinds, Pretty Pictures, Fancy Baskets, Christmas Cards and Gift Books, Leather and other novelties and many dainty articles for Christmas giving All the conditions of shopping are the same as in the main store, and our delivery service brings the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 27 November 1914

FOOD PROBLEMS Arc entcrtalnlntly dltcustcd on h'aturcfajj by Martlu \\>?tov?r In THE TIMES-DISPATCH FASHIONS IN DRESS Arc charmingly illustrated (laity oil the hoiiichold page uf THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR * NUMBER 19,912. ?TWELVE PAGES %daatT?r CLOUDY PRICE 2 CENTS. Petrograd Declares That Decisive Victory Has Been Won in Poland. GENERAL STAFF GIVES NO DETAILS OF FIGHTING Berlin and Vienna Do Not Admit Reverse to Their Armies. QL'IET on WESTERN 1KONT Some Minor Engagement*, but for! Most Part Calm Prevail*. Russian Poland Holds Centre of War Stage I'oUmiI Mtill IioIiIn thc II.. i?V |T "/ ,hr ,vnr ^ n ? 11 'nilKiMNlblo to .y. "I,ut triiuMplrliiB ?lit T ?'hnl the pant fe?v tiny*' development m linvr liven. t iiolliclal report* Mill maintain that ?hr"Trrmnu? have Miun-rcil I. urent defeat . nr,,lt' Ofliclul clulm to a declnlve victory. -In the liat tie of Lode, which continue* |o develop, the ndvnntnue remnliiM Mccured to our troop*," nnvM the latent Itunnlmi nfiitemciit....

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