OVER Till-: OEMMAN LTNft>. \n eve-wi!ne.-s of the fight;r:g around ; Arras- between October 1 and 4'.-av-. according loa cab!.-- in the Sidney ; St-.n ' : ! "We he!,' our own in a fierce bat tie "ii the 1 with the sni-l;.- ot fume.-, from bursting | shells, and the Gemiai.'ts ran like rabbits. j The French gained ground on the. 2nd. and I the vionndcd Mere brought in continually. i The town was inini. In one action live. ', German reciments were < ut- up-, and tne 1 hor.'-"-s and th«- convoy stampeded. Never. ' t!i-eles«. tho <lay --< as nnfavorable to the ;il- | lied forces. The (Annans, strongly rein- | forced, pushed a vigorous counter-*', tack 1 forward, and their shells burst within a i few miles of Arias. The gun,-, boomed | throughout a serene moonlight night. On 1 th:> a French aviatoi scowls over the j Cerium hue-. ,-\ Taube They exj,".rn:"f? shots, but miss. 'The Taii!»,omes I whim; range of the Trench shrapnel, and j flics a-.vuv." and the Frenchman is i-'ft m I - ■'.■■ session of the fTv. lie circles over thei Ge-naii lir;fs airaiu'ami a-ain. <1 isdninfnMy ' dorl-hig the putt's of ttreeni-h-yellow sa-ohe. There are great ( hefj s all al-,cg the A!li"h' Htn* at his He ro- . tuuiti to report, and ascend j- twice nime."
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AVIATORS AUDACITY., Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
AVIATORS AUDACITY. Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
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