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THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915. REPRISALS.

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915. REPRISALS.

aJrsolntely clear which way the United States would prefer to have when the ways are seen to he alternative. Daily News: Like the Dutch [answer] it is a protest against our action, very courteous in tone, and free from all suggestion of menace, but thoroughly vigorous. The Briti
April 6, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BANK HOLIDAY SCENES. FROM A CORRESPONDENT.

BANK HOLIDAY SCENES. FROM A CORRESPONDENT.

Whatever the statistical experts may say, Hampstead Heath yesterday seemea densely populated with pleasure-seekers over Easter Monday saw. The crowd* were there, but there was subtle change in the spirit of the people. Arriet wore her paper feather with difference.’ There was a
April 6, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TARIFF PROPHECY.

TARIFF PROPHECY.

Sp-eaking genera''y the resolution, Mr. Burgess (Bradford) pred’eted, the surprise of the conference, what described a? certainty. After the war,’' he. said, “you are to have a Tariff Reform Government. You are not to have that obstinate opposition which has distinguished Free T
April 6, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIRST AMERICAN CARTOON. STORY OF THE GREAT SNAKE

FIRST AMERICAN CARTOON. STORY OF THE GREAT SNAKE

EMBLEM. The snake cartoon, the pictured representation of the American Colonies a snal e cut up into pieces, was the first American cartoon. This is the statement of Mr. J. Melvin Lee, director of the department or journalism of New York Isnivorsity, in article on Wordless Journ
April 6, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRUTH ABOUT THE GOEBEH.

TRUTH ABOUT THE GOEBEH.

SIR A. MILNE AND REAB-AOMIRAL tROUBHIDGE, AFTER EIGHT MONTHS. By Our Special Naval Correspondent. Out old friend, the (Tooben, has mane yet another appearance the stage passing events. It will he remembered that within the last month, just'after she had been reported from severa
April 6, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SUCCESS OF THE FRENCH OFFENSIVE.

SUCCESS OF THE FRENCH OFFENSIVE.

(To-nigM’* French Communique.) Paris. Saturday. There is uothuia. to add to the comnumique yesterday evening. Supplementary reports which arrived the night relate that the two attacks which made masters yesterday of the last German positions Les Eparges led to desperate bayonet
April 10, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GREAT LIVERPOOL FIRE.

GREAT LIVERPOOL FIRE.

ALL-NIGHT BLAZE AT THE WORLD’S largest tobacco store. CONTENTS VALUE £3,000,000. Great damage has been done the lire which broke out last night at the huge Stanley Dock tobacco warehouse, Liverpool, believed to be the largest its kind in the world. The fire, it stated, originate
April 10, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY:

THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY:

GIRLS’ SCHOOL OUTFITS. For the next three weeks the mother schoolgirls will be busy choosing and preparing their outfit for the summer term, which usually has to be fairly complete, the winter clothes are sure to be shabby and outgrown, as well as too warm for the weather which
April 10, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
;: Edited :: DOMESTICA.

;: Edited :: DOMESTICA.

April 10, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PREACHERS IN LONDON TO-MORROW. St. Paul’s Cathedral, 10.30, Kev. M, E. Xewbolt; 3.1 k Canon Nawholt; 7, l)r. W. J.

PREACHERS IN LONDON TO-MORROW. St. Paul’s Cathedral, 10.30, Kev. M, E. Xewbolt; 3.1 k Canon Nawholt; 7, l)r. W. J.

Spatrow-Slmpson. Westminster Abbey, 10. Prebendary E. O, Hodge; I, Canon Carnegie; t. Archdeacon Westcott. Southwark Cathedral, 11, Canon J, A. Bell; 6.30, Canon Woodward. Chapel Hoyal, St. James’s, 12.15, Archdeacon We*’ Chapel Eoyal, Savoy, 11.15, fiev. H. B. Chapman. Foundlin
April 10, 1915 - Globe - London, London, England