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Hartford Herald 11JM the year
LACK OF CAVALRY
COST MANY LIVES
ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF HORSES
WOULD HAVE GROUND HUNS
ENEMY ALLOWED TO ESCAPE
Work of Remount Board Mutt Recelvs
Thoughtful Encouragement of All
Americans if We Are to Occupy
Place of World Leadership.
No phase of the vital subject of na
tional defence Is of higher significance
than the proposition of military horse
supply. The military side of American
life means more now that the Unite!
States has, perforce, assumed n domi
nium role In world politics, than It bus
In the past. It Is agreed by fnrseelug
statesmen that economic and political
eventualities will in n decade or so
force the United States Into a position
of military leadership in the world
whether that feort of leadership may
seem desirable to the great majority
of the people or not.
It Is hardly necessary to say that
the great war proved that, more than
ever Is the horie, nnd the right sort
of horse, Indispensable to the success
ful prosecution of military operations.
It Is only repetition to bay that tho
strategy of the American expedition
ary force In France last year nnd the
jour before was repeatedly and sort
ct'sly onfbarrased by tho woeful In
fculllclenoy of Its horse equipment and
of the discouraging itietlicleucy of the
hoives that were sent overseas by the
hnrdwnrked remount division of the
army on this side, albeit these aulitmls
weie the very bet the country lmd to
send They were the combings of the
Supply sf Allies Depleted.
The embarrassment of the nrml s of
the powers n.-suelated with the Uni
ted States In the struggle ngalnt Ger
uan world domination was not so
great as wns that experienced by tno
forces of I'ershlug, but It was serious
nevei theles. The horse bupply of
Great Britain and France, although
reinforced by tremendous Importa
tions from the United States, South
America, South Africa, Canadu itu.l
Australia, had been terribly depleted
by the casualties of three years of
fighting by the time our arm! us be
came formidable. Xo replacements
Thousandsvof (me young lives were
sacrificed In the titanic struggle that
raged from the English channel to the
frontier of Switzerland from the be
ginning of 1018 to the middle of No
vember because the. underhorslng of
nllled artillery limited the protection
that nrtlllery should have rendered to
the attacking Infantry. Ludendorf re
peatedly refer In his story of the Ger
man defeat to merciful pauses (merci
ful to the hard pressed German army)
In the French, British and American
attack that enabled his commanders
to extricate hard lighting divisions
from perilous positions that were ne
celtnted by the Inability of the at
tacking artillery nnd transport serv
ices to keep pace with the advancing
Unnecessary hardship had to be en
dured by the combat troops of the ad
vancing forces of civilization because
poor horsing in tho transport sen-Ices
rendered Impossible the bringing up of
supplies In punctual military fashion.
The fruits of victory were lost tlmo
and again because of the Impossibility
of promptly exploiting the achieve
ments of Infantry by the employment
of large bodies of cavalry. Tho lack
of cavalry nt St. Mlhlel, at Chateau
Thierry, In the Argounc and at Sedan
made Amerlcwu ollieers steeped In the
traditions of Forrest and Stuart, ot
t'leasunton and Sheridan fairly cry.
'll.ere were some so called cavalry res
lineuts in tho A. E. F., but they were
not cavalry. At no time wns a single
American cavalry regiment mounted.
Victory Vculd Have Been Great.
Even tho cavalry of the British and
French armies, which had been fnlrly
well horsed nt the beginning of the
war and more carefully conserved than
hat been tho cavalry of the other mem
bers of tho nutl-Gcruian alliance, was
found wholly lusufilelent to push home
victory and convert mere defeats of
the German armies luto routs lu com
nathsou with which tho French disas
ters of Sedan and Metz In 1S70 would
hnvo been considered by (he military
writers of the future as orderly mili
The entente allies nnd the United
Mates had about three and a half mil
lion soldiers In the Ueld oil the west
ern front In October, 1018, when they
began to press tho previously succeso
tul Germans hack townrd tno lUilnciu
deadly earnest. If 300,000 to COO.OtK)
of these lighting men had been cavalry
mounted on halt bred horses, the bi t
military opinion In this country and It
Franco uinl Great Britain holds, the
Uermnn defeat would havo been the
oiost complete and most humiliating
Jefeat In military history. Thew
.vould havo been no fairly orderly
.vlthdrauul of the soldiers of thoGer
nan Crown Prince, of Itupprecht, the
Brute, of Van Galwltz, of Von Arnlin
tud of Von Boehu ucross the Ithlno to
)o received at home as uubeaten he
008, The bulk of the German forces
:hat begau their march thrust for
Paris und victory in prldo aud Juso-.
ence undpr the eye of tho violet pick
ujf Hoheiuollern paranoiac would.
'have remained on the wt'st bank ot
the Ithlno prisoners ojt war to begin,
when tho pence conference directed
I the restoration of those portions of
Belgium and France which they had
so barbarously devastate.
There would Jjave been no dickering
for terms, no Impudent notes, no out
rageous counter proposals to tho mod
erate terms of tho plenipotentiaries of
outraged civilization. There would
havo been no malicious flooding of
mines In tho French coal country.
There would have been no sabot&go In
French nnd Belgian Industrial dis
tricts. There would hnvo been no
pirating of industrial machinery or
wanton destruction of machinery tliat
could not be hurried into Germany to
give Kultur n commercial start on the
countries Kultur outraged. The dis
integrating German military machine
would harp had no time In which to
put orer tho carefully plnnued scheme
of glrlng Kultur industrial victory In
spite of Kultur military defeat by con
verting lands already cruelly rnrnged
by German soldiery into industrial and
For generations to come peasant
fanners of Belgium and France nnd
Industrial workers of Lille, Lens,
Bruges, Brussels, Nnmur, Liege nnd
Mons will deplore the lack ot military
foresight which failed to prorldo the
armies of Great Britain, France and
the United States which expelled the
Teutonic inrader from their countries
in 1018, with adequate cavalry. Advt
SHARK TO FURNISH LEATHEH
Investigation Hat Shown That Skin of
Sea Monster Has a Very Def
Although the personal popularity of
sharks Is not likely soon to increase,
their existence, will be more compla
cently accepted if the work already
done through the agency of tho United
States government continues Us prog
ress toward rrlng sharkskin a good
substitute for leather. The effort was
begun in 1010, and It has been shown
that tho skin of a shark canTJe tanned
by newly dlscorered processes with a
result much- like a superior grade of
leather. Commercial tanneries nre be
ginning to turn out (he product. Shoes
made of It are being worn; aud, like
the pig, of which everything Is utilized
but the squeal, the shark has been
found jxeuerous In by-products. The
mreau of standards Isaow experiment
ing with shark leather to determine Its
durability, tensile strength, nnd wear
ing and water-resisting qualities; hut
enough has been done to Indicate that
many persons In the future will go shod
In shark leather, and that only those
who are told will Uuow the difference.
MORE" THAN MIRE CHAUFFEUR
New York Merchant Has Driver Who
Knows Business Methods and
Aids His Employer.
"I don't bellere In having too many
carefully worked-out methods for pre
venting errors In nn organization,"
writes L. Wertheimer In System, the
magazine of business. Mr. Wertheimer
is president of n concern which oper
ates five big department stores In the
northern part of New Vork, city. lie
goes on to tell the plan he uses:
"One of the best checks that I get
on my business is through my chauf
feur. I have to keep a Machine nt call
nil the time, so that I can get from
store to store without delay. My driv
er Is not simply a driver; he is a high
grade man who knows a good deal
about my Ideas of merchandising a
niau who conceivably may some day
bo manager of one of my stores.
"While ho is waiting for me he docs
not simply sit outsldo In the machine,
no, wanders around the store, looking
nt displays, noticing how salesgirls
deal with customers, whether our
prices are by chance higher on this
Item or on that than they should be.
Every morning his written obser ra
tions are placed on my desk; from
them I have time nud again gleacicd
pieces of information that made a big
difference In the profits of the store."
How Drldsss Breathe,
I.Iko us mortals, big steel bridges
feel tho changes In the weather, and
must be built to withstand them, or
In the heat of summer a bridge is
appreciably longer than It is In winter,
and at various times of the year It
may be longer on one side than ou tho
other, ns when a hot sun plays on one
flank, nnd a cold wind on the other.
Tho "breathing apparatus" of a
bridge consists of rollers under the
feet at ono end so that the end can
move to and fro freely according to
the expansion and contraction of the
Provision Is made In tho case of tho
Forth bridge for as much ns two feet
of "breathing" of the Immense canti
levers. Warblers of All Colors.
Not taking into uceouut the human
beings who are sometimes referred to
as warblers, you will find on looking
Lito a bird book thai there are many
kinds of wniblors, ranging alphabeti
cally all tho way from gray-breasted
warblers to jellow-rumped warblers,
says the American Forestry associa
If you had a collection of them all
together they would tuke In about all
tho colors ot tho rainbow, yellow,
orange, chestnut, black, white, green,
gray, brown nnd other colors, with
numerous shades euterlng into their
c- u";;i plir rise
Somerset. Roy E. Eads, of this city,
has sold the Crab Orchard Sun to E. E.
Crab Orchard. Whllo chopping
wood, Herman Dyehousc split open hit
left foot with an ax.
Frankfort. A. S. Cooper, of Somer
set, was-elected chairman of the nefv
State Railroad Commission.
Cynthlann. A sun-rlso prayer meet
ing launched the Unptlst drive for ?20
000 In the national campaign.
Lawrenceburg. Two barrels of
whisky rewarded thieves who forced
an entrance into the John Dowllng dis
tillery. Livingston. L. J, Drisklll has
threshed out 20O bushels of soy' hear
which were the by-product of a field
Paducah. Dark tobacco averaged
?2y, highest for tho season, and one
crop caused excitement when bid to
Winchester. While sented at the
breakfast table, George Fox, 03, died
from the rupture of a blood vessel In
Owenton. Jesse Jackson, 21, died
from injuries received in a collision
between his auto and that of Louis
Versailles. Robert Montgomery Fold
three crops of tobacco at 43, CO and 00
cents, and Dennis Harp sold one crop
nt 50 cents.
Mnysvllle. Mrs. Cecil Gray cut lu
throat with her husband's razor, first
writing a note exonerating erery one
Richmond. An operation saved the
life of little Jimmy Llvengood, Bore.".,
who swallowed a James D. Black cam
Lancaster. Benjamin Grimes, 72,
who killed Jim Grimes, his nephew,
February 0, was given 20 years In tho
Mt. Sterling. Edwin Foster Rich
ardson, 0 months old, wns found dead
In his bed at the home of -his parent3
on Queen street.
Falmouth. C. H. Lee, for 23 years
cashier of the Fendleton bank, wns
elected president to succeed J. B.
Paris. II. R. Baker was held to the
grand jury on A charge of giving a cold
check In payment for an automobile,
which he later sold.
Versailles. Sylvester Boston, whu
received the contents of his shotgun
in Ids leg whole hunting, is believed
to be out of danger.
Madlsonvllle. Passage of the 5300,
000 bond Issue Insures construction of
federal highways east and west
through this cpunty.
Owensboro. A world record was es
tablished when Pryor leaf was sold at
GO cents, ttiil general sales were strong
at around 10 cents.
Catlettsburg. Under a requisition
Just Issued Norman Holbrook will be
brought back from Indiana to answer
n charge .of bigamy.
Lexington. Berkshire hogs from tho
College of Agriculture won second
money nt the Chicago International
Tnylorsvlllo. This place was flood
ed for fourteen hours as a result of
the overflow of Salt river, but damage
has not been extensive.
Dauvllle. L. J. Taylor,' who suffered
a broken leg In the fall ot Ids plune
hero ten days ago, was well enough to
be taken to his homo at Llbertyvllle,
Ilurrodsburg. Mrs. Bettla Redwitz
lias received word that her son, Otto,
sustained serious Injuries to his leg
when he fell through nn elevator shaft
at Wlnstoa-Salem, N. 0.
Clinton. The garage at the home of
JooEd Jackson, In West Clinton, burn
ed, together with a bcvcn passenger
Mitchell nutomoblle. Losji estimated
nt $1,700, with $1,275 insurance.
Lexington. A gray eaglo measuring
7 feet between tips and weighing 20
pounds, was wounded nnd brought to
tho city n captive by John Wagoner, a
tenant of the Winchester road.
. Wultesburi?. When tho engine head
light showed a possum crossing the
track on North Fork tho train crew
Joluetl hi n brief possum hunt, losing
their quarry lu a cave.
Grayson. Lewis Brown, 82, was Hhor
through the head and killed by a ritia
bullet which Tom Bloomfleld, 28, under
arrest, jayshe fired; it random,
Frankfort. Mrs. William Cromwell,
author ot a work on parliamentary law,
has been advised that a large Qr'dar
has been received from Japan.
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