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EL PASO HERALD
AND MIX THEM WITH ALLIES
Partly Trained Units Will Go Into Allied Commands;
Most Important Decision Is Eeaclied at Conferences
of Baker With the British Premier and With
American and Allied- Generals in France.
HI.NtJTON ! C. Auril 2.
Tnere is eurj indication that
ican troops now in training in
C'Mtcd States are to f rushed to!
resadie-s f their profi -
' r,na, 4t, ..in K -
lart.-v trained units will be
Ur.tlsh and French
v, iV. l rc
recche their war
ned and ef f i -
pe 1 a a e"
, 'The fine spirit shown by the
n n euii cen f i lure today and at United States throughout this crisis
i di-'ii last mht indicated this plan has been the source of utmost encour
il been ar,ed at as a means oflagement and moral support to her
Mz -jr the foops -T the I niteo
i roups a5 nu.cKlv as possible
: -eit r-'ersTicy The inltea
' - own ri-nt is ready to thrust
e :i . qufj-iions of national pride
.icing America's manpower at the
) filiate disposal of the allies.
Blc Cmfereitee DefMea.
e inti- wa" decided on at con
i 'i. es between secretary Baker and
-5 BI'F: and Pershing and British
' Trench official?.
'etail? of the metnod to be followed
not aailable and presumably will
'ranced b Gen. Pershing.
f- British statement eays the na-
; pect of Gen. PerMnrs army
ji to" be iTpasred The building
i tli.it purel American war ma-
.11 pro-eej as rapidly as pos-
V haltirr effort., nay le Hifldf
to keep a urij InerkH unit
tn a rirraa dh is Urn of eac of
the otbr armies, vfflreni say. the
(-licrnrir of conflict ami the
problem f repladaa; Iomcx will
lead In ike rreatlan alttmately ef
oniMKllr nttallRf rather than
f dl tiBH. roaiaosed f French
ii nd mer.ra or Brltth a ad
American a alt. A complete
mrrsrf hit of the men ta as icerf-fSb
it i believed, mm m the nterffltie
f rrtmtar army. Rational army
and national jcv Halts In the
mcrirrn nrn . There in m prac
tical Tray to avoid It, officer say
without lnuMtirlna the efflcieacy
tf I he entire forcr.
' ere are ma-.y officers who be
tn. to b1 only practical so-j'-ion
of t.ie tranortntion and sup
' jjr&olfins 'i American mllitsry
". i r is to 1 f made Immediately
i .4 '.ntlu to --pel tne German on
! lis . Ap
,i The decision
-n.ts m brigades
i Trench and
participation in the
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- almost the lapf recoaniied by pa-
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i'ao Dailv Herald. Adv.
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Interest Paid ud baiius Act-ountsj i
the western front Is
I eeted. by the morning newspapers
Th Daily Telegraph says:
"The part played by president WJ1-
,0n In th deliberations which ended
Iin the decision will not De forgotten
hv lh0Pe monies of Enron which i-
j ready owe so much to Us stronr and
, resourceful statesmanship.
1 SNrlt of EBeen race, eat.
I The Daily Chronicle says:
j allies in Europe. Nowhere has the
lesson or Brest-Li toTsk been more
clearly read than in America and no-
In tmpt-lai Germany more distinctly I
"It porves," eays the Daily Express,
"that America Is in the war for vic
tory, and it is additional evidence of
president Wilson's idealistic states
manship. The Britlfth AnnotiiieeineBr.
An official announcement issued
'here last night says:
'.As a result of communications
which have passed between the prime
minister and president Wilson, of de
liberations between secretary Baker.
I who visited London a few days ago.
and the prime minister, Mr. Balfour
and lord Derby, and consultations In
France, in which Gen. Pershing and
Gen. Bliss parti"- .ted. important de
cisions hare been reached by which
larger forces of trained men In the
American army can be brought to the
assistance of the allies la the present
. f ri. f cl .
"Thronrtout these discussion pres
ident Wilson has shown the greatest
anxiety to do everything: possible to ;
assist the allies and has left nothing;
undone which could contribute !
British Are Grateful. '
"This decision, however, of vital
importance as it will be to the main- !
tenance of the allied strength in the ,
next few months, will In no way di-
mlnish the need for those further)
measures for raising fresh troops at
heme, to which reference already had
been made. It Is announced at once
that the premier feels that the single
ness of purpose with which the United
States has made this immediate and.
indeed, indispensable contribution to
ward the triumph of the allied cause
should be clearly recognized by the
Brigaded With Allies.
"The government of our great west
ern ally is not only sending large
numbers of American battalions to
Europe during the coming critical
months, but has agreed to such of its
regiments as cannot be used in divis
'ons of their own being brigaded with
French and British units so long as
he necessity lasts.
'By this means troops not yet suf-
'flciently trained to fight a divisions
i and army corps will form part of sea-
sonea divisions until sucn lime as
they have completed their training
them in order to bnild up the Ameri-
"Arrangements for the transporta-
tion of theee adidtlonal forces are now
! CASUALTY LIST HAS
! MANY SLIGHTLY WOUNDED
( Washington. D. C April The
I latest casualty list follows -i
Killed in action: Pvt. William
Died of wounds: Pvt. Edward
Died of d'sease: Pvts. Pearson
Round, George Fitzsimmons, Jesse &
Stlnchomh. Francis Welles.
Severely wonnded: Pvts. Eugene W.
Elstum. Joseph Nowak.
Sltghtlv wounded: First LieuL
George E. Boyd, Sgt. Joseph Petrnsh.
Corp. Morton Willard. wagoner Frank
Lucey. Pvts. Homer Ayler, Harold F.
Buchbinder. Howard H. Crura. Moses
Fischer. Francis J. GsJvin. Zed 8.
Honaker. Samuel - W. Kopp, Clifford
Led ford, Lonnie B- Rouse, Harlee C
Hmith. Troy A. Tarwater. John K. Ur
ban. Fred Warnasch.
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That Rookie from the 13th Squad ByF.L.Crosby
FOR Trie MAM WHO
WHEN YOU M66T THE
BOCHE THROW THIS OP
Re Me M B E(l : A TOOTH
Experienced Officers of the i
Kaiser Have Made It Into
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reconnaissance work was entirely in
With the education of a unit com
pleted the German officers would
move on. By April. ISIS, tney had so
well progressed In this reorganisation
of the Bulgarian army that east of the
Vardar river a Germain officer waa
I hard to find In any Bulgarian sector,
i though several scores of tbem served
at toe vanoas Bulgarian headquarters
ait communication officers, whose duty
it was to transmit to the several Ger
man, Bulgarian and Austro-Hungaxiaa
headquarters the orders tf field mar
shal Mackensen and his staff.
A Real German Campaign.
The campaign In Macedonia was j
then, and is now. a distinctly German
affair. Gen. Jekoff, the Bulgarian 1
vice-generalisslmo, did not relish this, i
But, according to the military conven- .
tion between the Bulgarian and Ger- 1
man governments, made In August,
1915. there was no help for this. j
I discussed this with him at Kns- .
tendil in April, ISIS, and found that I
while he would have preferred to have j
the fenerations of Macedonia In his
own hands, he. neverthless. was 1
willing to do the beat he could under
Gen. Sarrall had to deal with an op
ponent who was German In spirit and
efficiency, if not entirely German in
tlood. His principal antagonist was
ilackensen. The character of the
country waa aginst him at evry turn.
ana orcen ne was nanaicappea by
division of opinion on his own Franco
British staff. His troops had not
been selected for the work in hand,
while those of his enemy were well
fitted for the mountain fighting that
had to be done, being In the main men
from the mountainous regions of Bul
garia, Austria-Hungary and Germany.
To make things worse. Gen. Sarrail
could not employ his artillery to ad
vantage and was eternally hampered
by the unfriendly attitude of the
That he should have failed under
such conditions to fulfill the expecta
tions of the men in London and Paris
is easy to understand- Being familiar
with the difficulties Gen. Sarrail en
countered 1 may be permitted to say
that he did far better than was
thought possible by his antagonists, as
will be shown by means of some of
the operations to be detailed later.
MAJ. GEN. FRENCH IS
Gen. Francis H. French, commanding .
ine ist aiviaion. national army. at. I
Camp Jackson. Columbia. & C, is 'I
ntfnur.ui.T mscnargeu oecause Ol l r
physical disability as a maior eeneral! 1
of the national arrav hv avImm ia.nul t 1
today. He will return to the rank of
brigadier general in the regular army.
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music, pleasant surroundings Camp- '
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B0Y5 CAN WN THE WA
FOR A TOOTH
THE WAR AT A GLANCE
TiS'F.VNTllV operations on a largo
I scale on the Plcardy battlefield
have died down while both sides
prepare for the next move in the
great conflict- Vicious local
fighting has occurred between
Albert and Mont Didter. but the
Germans bare been checked in all
attempts to advance toward
Amiens, while the Franco-British
troops have made small gains be
tween the Somme and Memiun.
in the days of desperate and
sanguinary fighting since they
launched the attacks on the Una
before Cambrai. St. Qaentin and
La Fere, the German command
apparently has learned that
massed Infantry attacks, without
Seat artillery preparation, an
aitiess and most costly. The
German artillery fire is reported
to be weak, indicating that the
enemy has not yet been able to
move bis big guns across the
barren region between St. Quen
tin and Albert.
' KnrmT rHvf.toa On I.inr
Seventy-seven German divi
sions are on the battle line wait
ing for the guns before attempt
ing another gigantic effort to
reach Amiens. North of the
Somme there are 40 divisions,
while 37 are on the line between
the Somme and Chauny.
. S. to Participate
Meanwhile the allied armies,
under Gen. Foca. are making
readv not only to counter anoth
er German blow, which the ene
mv must make or concede defeat.
but probably, also, ror a counter
offensive. American troops not
unlikely will participate In the
approaching renewal of heavy
fighting along most of the line,
as more than 100.000 are moving
toward the battle lines. Some un
seasoned American units will be
brigaded with hardened British
and French veterans, according
to a decision announced in Lon
don. To Attaek North ef Somme
The Germans are reported to
be massing troops before Albert,
where their attacks were beaten
back by the British Monday. The
British look for heavy German
efforts north of the Somme.
where there has been no marked
activity since tne repulse at
Except for the activity at Al
bert, the fighting has been con
fined t6 the line between the
Somme and Mont Didler. The
allied troops hsve reclaimed some
ground between the Somme and
Derauin, while between Hangard
and Moreuil heavy German at
tacks were beaten off with
The German attempts against
Orivesnes. northwest of Mont
TMdier. were repulsed by the
The Young Lady
Across The Way
THE younr. lady across the way says
she regards the thermostat as one
of the greatest inventions of toe age
and every time they go off on a picnic j
in the automobile they take two or j
three of them filled with piping hot j
TO 6E VORN AT
HFl. i- F0& IT
n. .Mi-, !,..
, Artillery exchanges continue
on the rest of the front in
France, including the American
sector near Teal, and on the
Italian lines Is moderate, and
there are yet no indications that
the enemy In ready to launch hia
attack with the many thousands
of troops reported to have been
brought from the eastern .thea
ter. In the three Caucasus districts
"ceded" to Turkey by Russia in
the peace treaty with the central
powers, heavy fighting has
broken out. The Armenian and
Georgian inhabitants of this ter
ritory are defending themselves
against the Turks, who are at
tempting military occupation.
SCHOOL MR CHAPLAINS
OPKXS AT CAMP DODGE
Camp Dodge. Iowa. April 2. What
waa said to be the first school la the
United States for army chaplains
opened here today In charge of Lient.
Harry B. Boyd, senior chaplain for
the SSth division. Thirteen -chaplains
assigned to this cantonment will be
the pupils and the course will con
tinue for one month.
Mother Hilers M cent home cooked
dinner. 211 West Missouri.
Creme of tomato soap.
Ripe olives. Young radishes.!
Roast young chicken with dressing.
Cream potatoes. Asparagus Tips on
Cauliflower with drawn butter. I
Waldorff salad with Mayonnaise
Hot tea. Biscuits.
Fresh Strawberries. Victoria Cake.
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Last Showing of
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An exciting and thrilling Greater Vitagraph
15 Front Eows 15c 8 Back Bows 25c
To See Sport
Big Athletic Events andj
Massed Singing on Parade j
"Wa hope te see all El Pasoans who
can run out to the post as spectators
at our big athletic day. Wednesday,
from t:20 until & oclocX with about
a hour and a halt off for tench." aald
Brig. Gen. Robert L. Howze. command
ing the' second brigade. Hth cavalry
division. Tuesday morning. "In the
moraine there will be xarlons ath
letics and in the afternoon the polo
rimM and mounted events will tnke
place, besides two baseball games.
"At8 odock the massed singing will
begin around a stand we have had
built In the mddle of the parade
ground. Song leader A. O. Kubn will
direct the singing, which we are
making a specialty of In th. brigade.
There will be between S0M and MOO
soldiers in the big sing.' wmcn we
hope will be attractive to civilians.
There will be no charge for admission
to the around. We expect to maae
everybody comfortable, both day ana
Officers In Charge.
The program for the day's events,
which has been published In The
Herald, will be In general charge of
Lieut. CoL F. W. Glover, Seventh cav
alry, supported by Capts. V. W. j.
Wales. G- 1L Herringnhaw and C. R.
Johnson. Jr and led by Harry L. Os
born. athletic director for the T. M.
Boxing and wrestling events will
intersperse the singing program.
DON'T" TALK TOO MUCH;
SPIES MAY BE LISTENING
"Your idle prattle may lose a battle
don't tell all you know."
That and a nnmber of other slo
gans, for use tn an advertising cam- .
patgn to atop dangerous gossip In j
this country, have been received by
the El Paso Ad club from the division !
n alvMtld.r of the aovarnment
committee on public information. I
through the offices of the Associated
Advertising clubs of the world, with
which the local body la affiliated.
Tbe local advertising organization,
through J. E. Benton, president of the
organisation, has been requested to
get the cooperation of all local busi
ness men in making this a "month of
silence." so far as war gossip is con
The Associated Advertising Clubs
of the World, with which the local
body is affllated. has been the chief
factor in the movement for the appli
cation of advertising to the needs of
the nation at war.
Among the advertising slogans
which the local body will suggest he
used by business men. with the
thought thus of establishing a habit
of silence, are the following:
"Keep your eyes peeled, your lips
sealed, your heart steeled."
"The German spy chief. Sehsber.
claimed that he won the Franco-Prussian
war with his army ef spies ahead
of the troops. The German spy army
Invaded America long ago."
"Germans their agents and sympa
thizers are trying to overhear yon.
Keep quietT Don't taJkr
"Don't talk. If yon want to help
this nation, don't talk' Cut the pub
lic eonversatlon. Don't talk! Do not
make the Germans wiser? Be a con
versation miser! If yon want to can
the kaiser, don't talk"
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Kef. First Xstlonal Bank.
First -Nat l BMg
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Last 2 Weeks
Western Junk Co.
Best market prices pa:d for i-on.
i i?-''. sack?, bones anl mef'i of
Smelter Bond Near lad art.
For The Army
Volunteers Here. 14 Tues
day, For AH Branches
Of Overseas Service.
News that the United States troops
are soon to be actively engaged in the
war in France is believed to have
stimulated enlistments in the army.
Fourteen men applied for enlistment
at the local recruiting station Tues-
day morning and were accepted. Of
this number four are recent gradu
ates from the high school at East Las
Vegas. X. M. They were: George J.
Palmer and William F. Moore, tor the
field artillery, regular army, and Max
L. I If eld and Robert Stockland for
the motor transportation service or
the national army.
Other enlistments in the regular
army were: Oscar R. Weir. Anadarko.
Okla.. cooks and bakers: William E.
Sellars. Deseo. X. M.. field artillery;
Charles B. Holcomb. 71S North Vir
ginia. El Paso infantry: Jack B.
Sweetwater. Tex., cavalry;
Alex Dritzi. BIythe, Tex coast artll- .
17. . ......
For the national army ine enust-
ments were: Frank M. Naan, zuj soutn
El Paso street, 30otn macnine snops.
Fort Bliss: Maj. D. Evans, Ashtole.
Tt nuartermaster corps, miscellan
eous; Edward 1L Turner, Tucson.
Aria., nrovlaional raliroaa regiment:
John C Martincourt. Denver. CoL. S05
machine shops. Fort Bliss: Harry H.
Bailey. 411 East Overland street. El
Paso. SSth engineers.
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FREE PUBLIC LECTURE
BY DR- WALTON
Member of the Board of Lectureship of ne Mother Church.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mass.
At The WOMAN'S CLUB. Cor. River aad Mess. Are.
Tuesday, April 2nd, 1 918, at 8:00 P. M.
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