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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

WESTERN RAILROADS PREP1NS EREIR PlEI They Have Arranged lllsplay of I" favorable ltd urns ami Humors ?i l^irtlicr UUhlemI Hotltirtions. IIOI'K FOH HlCallK.H HAT* Stork .Market I'xtremely Hull. With I'rlrcs Shade I'lrmer on Sliort Covering?Hot tor To no 1>ovoIo|hn1 in Stool Common. M into \i? \ v ? \i.i. ^I!\\ >i>l{K !'? ? il pr N A r.v ' '"' I |>reM,l?.;it< li:ivr nn.inpf.l n v*?!r:?t!v for the Interstate Cgmnnrcc Cot MiKsloti with II or tnif.ivo-.ih o r.il i.'turns .i? ,l rumor* ot furt!-."- redu tlott* fr n?n ill ! !??? '? ?!i|r-h th>-\ ?t result In a contribution of IstrMitd freich ? lor ll"- \\ orn roat-s rt> Jay s -to. .i-Iv.-r w.(n \ ,1m; . ' -v*> l?? t i.?s? i > -f.a.i. rtrr:rr of. ?' rrlns St 0. a. ? Off : .. t-f., it t !)?? ? ?? . ? |.- . . ? .? - ? !hu? tb.< tlsMf." V . ? ? ? . ?> "t.M-k K\ ,v.u- I housee report :h.?: many clients of a sent l>rof.'?*|o\.i; .-!? if.t ;.-r Inert* ;h s'.i-'Tt tni.*:.*t 1m *io. K Mr.,v t^,- ?.x h.itipp Of. r...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH vfca?? mttedly the best medium in the south for class ified advertising. ?klephonb voun wants to THE TIME3-D18I"aTCH |VDOLPH 1 I hakjjor.pii I want an. HATES. in?' wor,j when paid tn od fiilv t*ken for lefts than 10 centa. cfouiruj? aS" oneha" centH n word for pi"e? $j?. rSSnfj*jsb?-*r \*r ^'a??hlcatlonn not luaruntet'i ^lost and found I'ndor'w'i'?1^' Ilfter,,oon, pockethook. >jurkf> r" lV?'l?y nri'1 return papers 9i/,e\rI- 'v- h- 1?28 West Oraci) J-J. jvlullui1 ijuilijink. lioulevarti im^rVr U."d wh.i,,? Pointer, fornalo". i nanio Domino." 125 re r J?Z .l,Crn r?'tun. to i.arus & Hro? i) lai'i r /Hl /.V"! Main Streets. or u-? J'"., (?inter J'ark. nindT ili.?n u k. 1afVrnoon wn""went ysfjsii'-uilva. carr>?b50ka "'i,k tlie party who took a suitcase bv . c w'ho?i loavlnjr train atHvni 'fit Station Thurnday nlKl t at c-45 communicate with j. c Elliott *" tta ?n^n? ??w?rd ir ret urn.,| to 12 jurdln Avenue, or phone Randolph liKUt" wanted?Male ?C??.d' rall,wiiy m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 25 December 1914

A STREET Which Way to ??? - ? ? ? - Oo; a ClunsifUM SIGN TELLS ESS THE TIMES-DISPATCH jKiclimonfl @rime?-Pi?jpatct) A THE NEWS -*? of it i = bears the 1 OF VIRGINIA f??, ,f ? ? ? tueutlclty In.4 RICHMOND. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1914. THE TIMES-DISPATC Our Patrons? Our Friends? Our Employes? W e Wish You a Fery IVLerry X mas And here's Imping that each clay of the coming year will l>c one of happiness and prosperity. MILLER & RHOADS. WE hope the year has been a good one to you, and nvAy the coming one be full of happiness and prosperity. We take this opportunity of expressing our appreciation of the business you have given us, and may our pleasant rela tions continue indefinitely. E. A. Saunders7 Sons Co. Fourteenth and Cary Streets, - - - Richmond, V a. Oar Sincere Wishes for a Very Merry Xmas and a Happy and [Prosperous New Year 'tmuttjai/ffi.- a civijitssrtuv*v.w Mxzza t tMHSuaavaisi^ Rountree's New Store Wishes the People of Richmond a Very MERRY XMAS And Thanks Its Friends ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

TO PEOPLE WHO BOARD The Wont At) Column* are ? directory of Information. Do you atlvertlaef THE TIMES-DISPATCH SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY Bring roar copy to-day. Heal Katate. If? alaena Chance*. Hoard era Wanted, Help Wanted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH G4th YEAR NUMBER 19,941. 'to^av UNSETTLED PRICE 2 CENTS. CITY CELEBRATES WHITE CHRISTMAS | Deep Snow Falls on Big Holiday ! for First Time in Five Years. GOOD CHEER IS EVERYWHERE! | Clubs and Private Homes- Keep Open House in True Yule tide Spirit. Richmond gazed sleepily out of front ed windows yesterday morning to look upon tho first white Christmas In five yearn. To he sure," there had been a foretaste Saturday afternoon. It had snowed in a desultory way, but the flakes had melted as fast as they fell. The night hours of Christmas Eve were cold and claminy. with a ehllliiiK wind from the sea. With the ushering In of Christmas Day came the snow. It began falling shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday morn ing?a heavy flaky snow that small boys lovo bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

- 3 Christmas Sees No Abatement of Fierce Fighting in War Zone aster occurred. Sheerness Is In tho inoutW of the ThnrnpH, and about thir ty-five miles from London. OKFICIA L AXXOl'XCK.1IKXT OF ATTKMPTED RAID Following is t li e official announce ment of to-day's* raid: "The War Otlice announcox that a hostile aeroplane whs sighted to-day at 12:35 1'. M. flyinR very high from the eust to the west of Sheernefts. A British aircraft went up in pursuit and engaged the enemy, who, after being hit tiiree or four times, was driven off seaward." The Central News received a dis patch from South-Knd-on-Sea shortly | after the oflici.il announcement was made, stating thru two foreign aero planes were sighted off South ICnd tly- j lug a height of fi.000 feet and at ! great speed. They were fired upon, j the dispatch states, but made off. This unofficial report Is believed to j concern the German raider and his ; British pursuer, as South-End-on-Sea| is Just across tho Thames from Sheer- ; ness. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

GUTIERREZ COMPLETES ' SELECTION OE CUT i I Appoints Men From Doth Villa and Zapata Follow-lugs to Hody. TWO PORTFOLIOS NOT FILLED j I Bullets Fall on American Soil Inter mittently at Naco, but No One In Reported Hit?Children Deprived of Christmas Trees. WASHINGTON. December 25.?Provl- j sional President Gutierrez, of Mexico, | lias completed selection of his Cabinet. 1 with the exception of the portfolios of Justice and Interior, by appointing men from both the Villa and Zapata following*. ills representatives here to-day received a message giving the composition of the new Cabinet as fol lows: Foreign Relations. .lose Ortiz, Rodc rigtiez. War, General Jose Isabel Robles. Vluance. F. K. Vlllareal. Public Works, Valentin Gatna. Kducation, Jose Casconcelos. < Communications, Jose RoMerinuez 'Cabo. Agriculture, General Manuel Palafox. Gatna and Palafox arc Zapata fol lowers. The latter formerly was Za pata's secretary. The other members are followers of Villa. Casconcelos formerly w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

-=3 SPORTS C NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD HSPORTS KID WILLIAMS WINS FROM JOHNNY DALY Sloshing Ton-Round Bnttle Fought j llcfore Members of Pioneer Ath- I letic Club, New York. COl'IiD NOT SCORK KNOCK-OUT ! Gotham Lad h Regular "Iron Man." Teddy Jacobs Outpoints Frankie! Brown?Marty Cross Too Much for McCann, Who Quits. NEW YORK. December 2o.?Kl?l Wil- i llnms, of Baltimore, tho bantamweisrht champion, proved a real title holder against Johnny l>aly, of New York, iu n slashing toil-round battle at the Pio neer Athletic Club this afternoon. Wil liams won all tlio way. and would have stopped the game little Gotham boy hnil not the latter proved a regular Iron man. Every round was the same. Wil- i liams kept forcing the tight from start to finish, and nearly always had Daly lacking up and covering. Only In Hashes did the homo lad open up and tight hack. In tlio ninth and tenth periods the champion tried hard to stop his little opponent, but he couldn't hit hard enough t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

Prisoners at State Penitentiary Enter Into Holiday Spirit With a Vim. DINNER SUMPTUOUS REPAST Superintendent Wood Sees That III* Wards Have Christmas Ciieer in Spite of Surroundings?Minstrel Show Highly Enjoyed. I'rlstn bars and the absence of loved ones were the only drawbacks to an otherwise perfect day?as prison dayu go?at tho Virginia Htate Penitentiary yeatorday. Gloorit waa dispelled from behind the grim walls, and a spirit of good cheer hovered over the dread In stitution. There was a feast fit for a '"K' and a real minstrel show thrown In for good measure. Snow added In some ways to tho en joyment, while in others It detracted rrom the pleasure, but the majority of tho prisoners, having a day off from labor, frollickud around in the big courtyurd like school children. While snowballing was prohibited, there was huge sport for tho unfortunates se questered from the outside world, be cause opportunities to revel In tho white drifts como seldom. Of course, there wero many physi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

THE TIMES, rounded 18SS rilK DISPATCH. Fuundrd 1850 Ptihllthrd every day In the yenr by The Tlmrn Dlapatcb I'ubllihlag Coiupnuy, Inc. Addrcii.i nil fommunlcitlODi fo THE TIMKS-DISP ATC1I. 11mM-Dlipatrh UulldJns, 10 South '1'cntl: Street. Ulebtnvad, Ya. fELEI'HOXE, ItANDOI.PH 1 Publication OBIff 10 South Tenth Street South Hlehrnoiiil 1020 Hull Street Peteraliurjr 100 North Sycamore Street Lynchburg -IN Klt;hth Street HASnitOOIC. STOIIY & IIHOOKS, INC.. Special Advertlalnn Representative*. .Vow Vork . 200 Fifth Avenue Philadelphia Mutual I.lfc ItulldliiK Chtrnfco.... People'* tin* IltilUlliiK SIIISCRIPTION nATES nv MA|I< Onr Six Three !'OSTA(.i; PAITI Yenr. Mo*. Moi. Dally mill Sunday... .90 .00 SH.OO $1^(1 Dnily only. * 4.00 2.00 1 .00 Sunday onlj 2.00 J .00 .50 By Tlmca-Dlnpnti'h Carrier Delivery Service In Htclimond (nnd auhurti*) nud PetcrabiirRt Dally Trlth Sundny, one rrcek IB cent* Dally nllhnut Sundny. one rrcek 10 cent* Sunday only r? cen;? J Knfcml Jitnnnry 27. 1005,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

Household O /^\ ? I * ^ I ^\/ Personal :>z> SOCIETY Interests U V/ v^ILj X X Notes CHRISTMAS FUNCTIONS GAY DESPITE HEAVY SNDW Stream of Gay Callers Tramp Blan keted Streets Distributing Yuletlde Gifts. WESTMORELAND HOLDS PARTY j Spacious Clubrooms, Decorated \\ itli j Mistletoe and Holly, Scene of ; Gay Occasion?Miss French Pat ton Gives Exhibition of Dancing. The snow that foil continually from tunup to eundown, and after, did not n nny manner lmpedo the many Bmall 'unctions with which Christmas was :elebraled yesterday. A stream of gay , :allors passed up and down Kranklln | Street in the morning with gay greet nga, distributing gifts and leaving :helr cards. ChrlstmaB trees for chll lren In many households brought to jether interesting family groups, and nany guests were entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burton Snfcad were among tho numbers of Richmond people who kept open houBo for the lay. and their friends were Invited to , irop In for eggnog in the afternoon. MIbs Martha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

1 PETERSBURG | FOUR PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM CHESTERFIELD JUL Ilrenk l/ork* of Their Cells?nclicvc<] to Have Hud Outside Assistance. J TWO ASSAl I.TS HV III ltOLAHS ! Snow Falls Throughout Day and i Gives Petersburg Its First White ( Christ inns In Many Years?Or- j plians (inost s of Flks. RRTKRSHl"IUi. VA , December 2.V? j Four prisoners escaped from the Jail ; of Chesterfield County Inst night l>y i breaking the locks of tlu*lr colls. The supposition is that they must have : ha<l some assistance. Two of the men ; are Perk In son and lllcks. recently nr- j rested h<-re for robbing: earn Jit Dun- ; lops, on the Atlantic ("oast Lin? Rail- j road, and awaiting trial In the Oir- ' cult Court. A tliit?l was Tnlmnncn A. ; Whltemnn. charged with robbing: a store near South Richmond, and the < fourth was a colored man named liar- . rls. charged with assault. Tn Image and Harris were captured here this morning, and will be return- j ed to the Chesterfield jail. \MsnultM by Ituri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

^irftmonh ftune;s-$)is:pnlclj 61XTY-FOUIXT1I YtiAn admittedly the best medium in the south FOR CLASS IFIED ADVEHTISINQ. TELEPHONE) VOl'lt WANTS TO TIMES^1SPaTCH tANDOLPU 1 , n*J*DOLPn I WANT AD. RATES. uSv'ifv"k':r'sr fchaAr*ed oVTho'neV h," ???? when ? uariinteed Cluialn. ..t'innS0 or<lerB ?">t after p. J;I,a"",l,cut'onrf not guaranteed kOo'i' V\D FOUND k^-sp'aT!2* rtswv.rt ' ?'"ur J'ark. .Vllh -.offon" ?,'?? (fenml.), h:t s'l ll&Li q ANted?Mai* shss"'""'? "oZmiVt. ^uiSirP, ?r. ctvii su's'wi^^teipSi; a??: ^?-?'t^uf.nr!'s? t! Vff??tT ap'on^e?lB Sn^al-y u Yl1?1 nn 1 "ru?* 11 , references refuirwl vP?" \v,*c'k "?wV^y- 1,,eU' ^'"^^acy. Ne^vport ?h^r>er",le$2'253 por 'Ikv- 76 carpenter er?cIilv teija' "'100 ^?'lt? i.0.or?r?m j'lTo jork r,6 cen'tH. JOur fl"''*ny &",? %*? ^ Corn? re/iilv vr-?i ? J KO ??Y'mtsrjTsFfx^ ssuw- rc/^r- irj1,"1"*' ??'"v Hro TlmVnigT^ Address L 613. usInesH m?n of n n"^""'13"0" fr?m fart v'? C^'?-rt O-o^aSTr/i^r^ls 3^?vt"k ,fs s>-|ir^M"r,:,a'? ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 26 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS Of city aad SU?f Ihr beat medium la *11 Virginia la THE TIMES-DISPATCH Kicbmond mme#-^patcl! RICHMOND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1914. TV' If THE CHILDREN'S PAGE la 4t>c NVNItAV lamia la ?m ??. Irrlalnlim train** lit mumig anil tilil. THE TIMES. DISPATCH J The Day , After Christmas With us, it is the time for a readjustment of our stocks of Xmas merchandise. One discovery, just made, is that there is many slightly soiled articles and some odds and ends in the various departments of the store. Perhaps you overlooked some one in your gift-making. Or perhaps someone overlooked you; not ex actly, but failed to correctly anti . cipate the article you wanted most. In either event Here Is Your Op portunity! There are many items on sale that will be exceedingly interesting to after-holiday shoppers. MILLER & RHOADS. NO HOLIDAY FOR JUDGE OF LOCAL POLICE COURT Justice Crutch field lloliin < liristmiis Momlnc lourl ami Dlsiinics J tint lev i to Varied Arrnj of (UToiiiUtk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

TO PEOPLE WHO BOARD The Want Ad Column* are a directory of Information. I)o you advertiser THE TIMES-DISPATCH READ THE WANT They trll of opportunlf vrhlch you inny hav Ins? ANT ADS] Ttunlllra tor I e torn look* THE TIMES-DISPATCH )4th YEAR NUMBER 19,942. ^lvr ?FAIR IHERMOMETER EBBS TO SEVEN DEGREES Richmond Has Chilliest Decem I ber Day Experienced in Many Years. TREETS ARE ICE-COATED Through Whole Twenty-four j Hours, Weather Remains Be low Freezing Point. With the thermometer 22 degrees be pw nonnnl, yesterday was one of the oldest days experlnnc-d In Richmond h many years. Through tho whole wenty-four hours tho mercury was bo ow freezing point, and when it was iarmest during the afternoon, it was j tilt 10 degrees below the notch on j ?rhich the Icing point Is marked. The ; emperature ebbed at its lowest to 7 | egrei'H above zero, nnd the highest eached was 22 degrees. Tho wind was rom the north, havlhg come from over ho far Canadian wastes, bearing with t something of the breath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

Berlin Reports Raid on German Coast by British Warships sla tho Germans took prisoners near JjOdz and continued their attacks on the Bzura and were successful. RUSSIA CKDKS TO JAPAN ITS 1IALK OF IS1.AXI) WASHINGTON, December 26.?Tho Japanese embassy to-day received of ficial advices from Tokyo that Russia hns ceded to Japan its half of the Is land of Sakhalicn for sotr.fi heavy nuns. The Island was ofllclally Russian until September, 1905. The southern half was ceded to Japan by the terms of tho treaty of Portsmouth. * I'ST It IA N S KOIUKII HV II\l> WKATIIF.R Tt) RUTHKAT RKRMN. December 2C (wireless to Uondon. S;4."> 1'. M.).?Aji Austrian of ficial communication, issued at Vienna to-day, says: "The Austrian troops, after a vic torious advance In Servla. were forced by bad weather to retreat, but they have not been beaten, and their cour ago has not been broken. Our losses have been enormously exaggerated. "In the Carpathians our attacks aro slowly gaining ground. It Is possib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

ALBERT IS HEOtPTURED j HFTER FRENZIED CUBE Falls Before Troops of Allies After One of War's Most Dashing Attacks. CHAHSKUH TKLLS Till-: STORY Mounted on Little Arab Steeds They Hide Headlong Into Hanks of Im perial Prussian Guard and Put Them to Flight. nv PATRICK m: IIA IIli; XOHTHEFW KUAN-CE, December 26. I - I have Just 'btalned further partlcu nr? o. the magnificent charge by the hasseurs d' Af,l?ue, by which the al lies retained possession of Albert. The Ijij Germans attacked Albert time an.l again wit), great ferocity. The busy Industrial tov.i, was reduced to a mass of ruins bv the bombardment. ordcr dislodge the enemy it was round necessary to have recourse to a iim'^01'8 ,'ounter:,ttack. At ih?> sum. time great masses ?.r Ornian cavalrv from I;?0''.1"" '?v,. miles 1 ? v#in AI i#crt Trie French staff ?fn: forward a r~? /'hassr urs d- Afrique (o m. et ? ' ?*valry body. w)ilf*h proved to l?e he 1 russi&n Dragoons of the Guard French?"?, w'"r" ll,r,,!lU',,ln>-' the Av...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

Von Hindenburg Expected to Order Retreat or Find Himself 111 Dangerous Position. HE 18 NO LONGER ATTACKING Kaiser Pays Dearly for Invasion of Poland?Fighting Along Plllca and Nida Rivers Now Is Vital Part of Campaign. [Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch.] LONDON. December 2?;.? It is ollielal ly announced l>y the Russian govern ment that the Germans have failed In their attempt to break the Russian centre In front of Warsaw. The ex pectation In this city is that Field Mar shal von Hindenburg must order a re treat or find himself in the situation that ruined Napoleon In 1M2. The most definite news of German ' failure comes, not from Petrograd, but ' from Berlin. The German War Olllco admits that the German forces along : the River Bzura are no longer attack ing. This admission, when taken In ; connection with recent statements by tho Russians of detailed losses suffered by tho Germans in attempting to force ( passage of the Bzura and Rawka seems to show clearly that the Ger- ' ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

US. CHER LOSES HER SUIT FOR $11,901 \ fot Known Whether She Will De mand Hecond Trial of Action for Damuges. unons ARE WIDEIjY divided |0lght Favor Giving Verdict for Minor Amount, While Four Op pose Any Damages?Business Men Now 'at I'eaco With B. & O. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WINCHESTER. VA.. Decembsr 26 ? I la not known whethor Mrs. JameB i. Crowdcr, of Covington, Va., will In il?t upon a second trial of hot' ?ult igalnat tho Valley Turnpike Company or $10,000 damuKOH becauso of the Hleatli of her.husband, James 11. Crowdcr, vho was killed on the night of June S last, when Ills now automobile was ivrecked near Tenth legion, Rocklng 1am County, Va., whilo on the way iomo from Washington, whore ho had purchased the car. The machine ran nto harriers that had been placed near i new concreto bridge tho turnpike rompany had erected at Tenth Legion. Irhe caso waa tried at Harrisonburg ocently and resulted in a hung Jury. Sight Jurymen favored some kind of it verdict with dama...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

I PETERSBURG TUDOR BADLY INJURED BY BURGLAR'S ASSAULT < ?* liis Shoulder Fractured and Ho Is | Sent to Hospital for Treatment. I FINDS NEGRO IN HIS HOME j Stolen Coat Is Pawned, bnt Thief ' Makes Escape?Young Resident of ! lllnndford Dies Suddenly?Darra- ! rott Hurled With Masonic Honors. 1 i ( Special to The Timos-Dlspatch. ] I'ETEHSPriltt, VA? December 2C.? .1 \V. Tudor, who was assaulted by a ' negro burglar found In his house night before last, was so badly hurt as to require hospital treatment. He was struck with an Iron hnr or other heavy instrument, and. as stated, his right shoulder was fractured. The ntgro stole a coat, which was recovered to day at a pawnshop. The thief, how- : ? vor, is unknown. ! Very Sudden Death. Ilcnry Dodson, a resident of Bland ford. aged thlrty-flvo years, died very suddenly this morning at his home. Death came before a physician could bo summoned. The coroner viewed the body, but, as death resulted from nat ural causes, an Inquost was not deeme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 27 December 1914

Trace Is Made, Which Later Develops Into Sort of Friendship. In take coffee together Are Warned Against Treachery | Prussians?Sergeant Maginot i warded Medal for Bravery in , landing Off Attack of Germans, j Iris, December 20.?An aviator ; J has Just returned from a part of front where the French are or were [sed by Bavarian troops. tolls of |xtraordlnary ?ort of ontente over ring between tho lines. lis tho only Hprlng of fresh water Jie neighborhood. At first by tacit lent French and Bavarians drew lr at different hours without mo fig one another. Gradually thoy ?me moro friendly, chose tho Bumo 1b, exchanged the time of day and led ono another tobacoo. They even I coffeo together sometimes. All the |o the Germans regulurly destroyed Vense work which tho French reRU ? roconstructod day by day, ""J1 ?French destroyed a redoubt which (Germaiis as often rebuilt. ?o day two German ottlcers. un pd, left tho trendies, and held up ? hands. They were mot by two Lch officers, to whom they p...

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