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(By N. C. Parke.)
American Field Headquarters in
France, Sept. 5--(delayed)-The most
important artillery and infantry man
euvres since the arrival of the "Sam
muies" took place today. French ar
tillery and French and American in
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fantry participated. The maneuvres
were witnessed by General Sibert.
Nine French batteries took part in
the war game.
Throughout the day there were ex
hibitions by the "Seventy-fives"
trench mortars and "barraging" me
chine guns, concluding with a theoret
ical attack on and capture of "enemy"
On the march through the early
morning mists, filling the "alleys over
the ribbon-like roads, winding far be
low distant chateaux and swinging
through French villages, the Sammies
resembled English Tommies in their
new English helmets. Peasants turn
ver had, and
d of a Mule
we have it.
ant you to co:
I Line of
ny year's of
r of these art:
cheered thn marchers enthieiastical
ly. Severalf French mourited oflTers
joined the troops en route.
The line of march led' through. a
deep. valley alongsike a ravine, thetide
across a high plateau from which the
forenoon maneuvres .were' witnessed.
In the meantime, beginning early in
the morning, concealed 'rench bat
teries of "Seventy-fives" were sending
shells whistling overhead the march
ing Sammies, across the valley and
bursting with dull rasnes on the dis
tant hillside. On he plateau the
American troops were joined by a di
vision of French chasseurs.
The Sammies and the chasseurs
stacked their rifles and squatted down
on the plateau observing the shells
bursting across the valley. - General
Sibert and his staff officers gathered
at the forefront of the plateau to
gether with French officers. Follow
ing the preliminary firing the artillery
laid a rolling barrage on the "Mack
ensen" and "Ludendorff" trenches, the
"Seventy-fives" deluging the shallow
'trenches, blowing up the works and
tearing up 1arbed wire entanglements,
while the American officers and "Sam
mies" watched intently the shell ex
plosions followed by the rise of black
End white smoke columns.
"How would you like to be going
over behind that?" asked a Chicago
Sammy, contemplating the methodical
effectiveness of .the French artillery
"Great," came the quick reply, "I
suppose they know what they are do
ing, giving us this play business of
training, but I'd like to go up against
the real thing just to see how ol
Fritz likes us."
This was apparently the universal
sentiment among the Sammies. The
barrage fire was followed by a bom
bardment of the "Berlin works,"
trench mortars at short range drop
ing huge missles that sent great
clouds of dirt skywards to the ac
companiment of loud thunder claps.
The forenoon program ended with a
machine gun demonstration. The
" arm sun that had been beating down
upon the Sammies throughout the long
morning hike swelled their appetite.
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This is Thomas A. Edison, who, although seventy years of age, is now working eighteen
hours a day for his country without pay or thought of reward.
He is setting his fellow Americans a splendid example of patriotism. His work is being
done secretly, but it is probably true that the nation is placing more reliance on Mr. Edi
son than on any other single man except the President.
Mr. Edison is conceded to be the greatest inventor the world has ever known. The New
Edison, which the New York Globe calls "The Phonograph with a Soul," is Mr. Edis:>n's
favorite invention. It is the achievement in which he takes the greatest pride.
Do you believe that there is any other man in the world, or any group of men, who
could invent as good a phonograph as Mr. Edison's new phonograph?
Mr. Edison owns and controls Thomas A. Edison, Inc., which manufactures
"The Phonograph With a Soul."
This wonderful new instrument is built by expert workmen under the direction of highly
paid technical men in accordance with laboratory standards established by Mr. Edison
personaily. Do you believe that any talking machine factory could make as good a phono
graph as Mr. Edison'3 aboratories make?
it you like music--"-:nd who doesn't-you will sooner or later have a sound-reproducing in
;trumient in your home. It is worth something to know which is the best.
We don't ask you to take our word; we listen to the New Edison's Re-Creation of
merely ask y, to make a test. Come to the voices of the same artists. If you would
our store; IL .s give you the names of the like to put the New Edison alongside of a
art:t.3 whose - oices have been Re-Created talking machine when this test is made we
shall be glad to send the New Edison to your
by the New E-h.;n and who also make talk- home without any obligation or expense on
ing i tachin' reco Is. Then if you please, go your part. If you can get the talking ma
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Ihey consumed their "chow" with It is understood that the next ma- camp, although it has not been defi
.reat zest. They rested during the neuvres will afford an opportunity to nitely decided upon. If this camp is
afternoon maneuvres at which they the Sammies to advance under bar- held, preference will be given to thw
were only spectators. They took up rage fire. applications of drafted men who
positions on a distant hillside and ------------o sire to try for commissions."
watched the attack of the French DRAFTED MEN TO HAVE The movement of the first 5 per
-harseurs following a theo'ritical bar- CHANCE FOR COMMISSIONS cent of the draft army to the mobili
rage fire upon a theoritical German zti
position lying in the ravine. The Washington, Sept. 8.-Drafted men est hitch, according to reports to Gen
chasseurs advanced in four waves, the now mobilizing will be permitted to oral Crowder today from the different
first rush making 50 meters per min- obtain commissions in the next offi- states. This work accomplished, the
ute. A F-ench biplane shot rocket rs' training cam, ecretary of Wrl ang
signals upward. The blue-coated Bkrsi oa.lre ao fgtig4 e cn
chasseurs moved down acros a clover As nterarvla h rf fterqoa f ocm nSp
field and with rifle and hand grenadlecmlsthywlbepriedojinebr19
occupied the fiirst objectives, the team ftesriefrwihte ___
"Macskensen," "von Kiuck" and "Rup-cosdrteelsbatftdi
p~recht" trenches. They signalled their ve fterepomnso rfs DETS NTETMS
pr'ogrecss to the airplane and. then sosi ii ie
halted while the theoritical barrage Awd il o u'neeti
proceedled. Then they swarmed up the tu pndu otemnwog nG 1.FOD
ste'ep Sidles of a quarry with astonish- a osrpelpiae.Teflo- Sreo n ii nier
ing rapidlity capturing the "Coblentz,"in ruigwspbihdtay y omeOrIIrcha'sSr.
"Cologne," "Treves" and "Bcerlin"PrvsMahlGerlCovd:
trenches. In the final rush, with "e r o rfe o a pc
grande and bomb they poured into lbaceoftesrie rayLON NE TI ED
the third adlvance line of the secodnscca v'k Almutrlrto nFit-asRelEaeMrggs
German position, which was theirmoiiaoncpwthheotngt
third objective. They completed theirofteiloabar.Wnthyr-URY& 'B AN
maneuvres under the setting sun. nca apacaeu nur ilAtres tLw
A French officer, who observed the b aeit hi pca ulfe-MNIG .C
marching Sammies wvith considerabletisalnsofrsiscm tbe
interest, told the International Nevswits h ulcitret ahmnwl
Service correspondent: b sindt ht(uyo ote ~ W IEA
"Trhe Amei'icans have made surpr'is-brnhomiiayevce hrceAtreytLw
ing improvement since their arrival, cnrn(c h pactbnft"MNIG .C
I think that with a little more prae- SertyBarsidAdoi
tice under artillery they wvill be ready "TeWrDprnethsudro esg"heeal"lg.
for the tr'enches, though perhaps it is otmainatir eev fies
adlvisable to use thenm as trainers for DRJ.ACLE
other American troops."DresOtMlraBidsp ytmens,
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