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In Two M
Review of Operations in Northern
Games for Both Sides, Wit]
PARI8, an. 22.-There wa? given
out yesterday afternoon an officiai
statement under tho caption of "Thc
War From November 1G to January
JG," reading aa follows:
"Since the 16th of November, , In
?ther words ?Ince the conclusion of
the battle of Yprea and up to the
completo resumption of the great
German offensive movement against
our left wing, the war has taken the
character of a alege. In such n war
fare lt generally ls expected that the
advantages ob ? ed by one side or the
other virtually offset/ each other. But
In ttys case lt can be aaid that with
one exception we alone have gained
ground. With this one exception the
Germans everywhere hnvo gone back.
"lue following recital of points
gained make? lt-possible to get an
Idea of the progress on either side:
"By tho Germans: Destruction of
the market, of the cathedral, and of
the hospital of Yprea; destruction ot
the town of Nieuport and of the Nleu
port baths, and of the bombardment or
Armentleres, Bethune and , Arras.
Bombardment of Soupir and ot Bois
sons; recapture ot hill No. .132 and of
an eminence near Crony, and a gain
of from 1,200 to 1.800 yards to tho
north of Soissona: advance of 800
metres In the Argonne along a front
[ of 800 metres at a point near the
; Brook Des Meurlssons; bombardment
; Ot a church at Nancy abd of the hos
pital at Thann.
"Results obtained by the French:
From the sea to the Lys; recapture
of all tho left bank of the Y ser be
tween Knock? and Hetaasv and an
opening ob Gie right bank between the
ssa and St. Georges. The Installa
tion of a bridge head foor kilometres
(two miles'and a half) Into thin re
gion, and tho installation of a bridge
head to the south of Dlxmude. Cap
ture of St. Georges and of the houso
of the ferryman and of Kortekor. The
general extension ot our front around
Ypres; the snccess pt Wybondrert;
and the cessation ot tho attacks of the
"From tho Lys to tba Oiae; the
? capturo of the chateau and of the
village ot Vermelles end of Rutolre;
the capture of numerous German
trenches between Alx-Noulette and
h Car en ry; the partial recapture of
Op) Ht Laurent and of Bl angy, near
' Arras; the capture ot La Bolsaelle;
thc capture ot German trenchea at
lib ons: the capture of Vuesnoy-Bn
Banterro the end of October, and pro
gress to the east followed 1 by the
general extension add consolidation
of our front.
"From the Oise to Rheims: thc cap
ture ot the German trenches at Nsm
poel and of the plateau of Noubron;
tho taking of spur No. 132 and of the
eminence at Crouy, both of which,
however, we lost again; the destruc
tion of numerous pieces of Germen ,
artillery: the refluctlon by four-fifths
of our previous percentage: of infan
try losses. tbauWa to the greater
-,. ciency ox our artillery ead the con-,
solidatlon ot our defensive system.
"From Rheims to the Meuse-ad
vance of one kilometre (two-thirds of
a mlle) tn the, region of Prunay; ad
} vance of more than two kilometres
? in the region of Perthea and tho mop
ping of 17 German counter attacks; \
advance ot nearly one kilometre la
Argonne, in the forest of Le
ururlo and of Bolante, and the re
petliug of numerous counter attacks,
' the extension of our front; In the
? neighborhood of Verdun ? nil
atructlon of numerous German bat
"From the Meuse tb the Swiss front
, tier-Important advance in the forest .
it, of Consenvoye; in the forest ot Apre- '
..-mont, in the forest ot Ailly, tn the
; fore?! of Mortmain and. tn the forest
of Le Pretre; the checking of* all tba
German attacks here; progress to the
I northeast of Nancy, tn a locality call
ed the forest of Par roy; progress to
the north and to the south of Senones
and,in the*entire neighborhood ot
y ??an de Sept; capture of the Tete de
Viona, which commands Saints
?afUad Writ?? hftret&i
Utter en This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va.-Mr. Chat. A
?a#and, of twa place, writes: ?'i have
ticed taking Thedtord's BUck-Drxugh!
fer ia&?estioa, and other stomach t "wb
Ses^ also colds, and timi Uto be the very
beat medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for g few
t?ays, i alway? feel like g atw maa."
'-. . Nervousness, nausea? heartburn, pair
ta pi of stomach, ard g feeling ol full
ness'after eatli||f%r? mus symptoms ol
stomach trouble, and should be given the
r treatment, ag your strength ant
depend very larger/ upon yow
..'o get Quick and permanent retie'.
Sana alhaeets, /GK shoald takt
? mcdk?ee of touowu curative merit.
-. 1rs 75 yea?oi splendid sueca?, tn the j
irwtment of htst such troubles, prover
thc mt merit ot Thedtord'a fllirk
1 .*?*?* ISM *mtftsg&?L
i France end Belgium Recite*
h Allies' Advantage Consid
loraina tin g.
Mari? and of the Tete de Faux; the
complete checking of 34 counter at
lacka delivered by the enemy-; ' the
capturo of Aspach and of Steinbach
and of the heights to the east of the
last mentioned place end progress In
the direction of Munster, Corney and
"Summing up. we get ten general
advances on the part of our troops
! which were distinctly perceptible ot
i certain places, compared to 20 general
withdrawals on the port of the ene
my, alwaya with the exception of the
situation to the northeast of Sols,
"This ia a comparison of the last j
two months. To complete it, lt
should bp added that, first, the Ger
man offensive tn Poland has been re
strained for a month past; second,
Ith? Russion offensive continuos in
?Galicia, and in the Carpathian
Mountains; third, the Turkish army
In the Caucasus has been In large j
measure annihilated; fourth, Ger
many baa exhausted her resources in
offlcera (an overage of 12 officers to
a regiment) and will not in the fu
ture be able to develop her re?
sources. In effective men except ot
the expense ot the existing units;
fifth, the armies of the Allies, on the
controry, are finding it possible to
further strengthen themselves to a
"It can consequently bo affirmed
that to obtain final victory 'lt is' suffi
cient that Prance and her ailles
know how tb walt for lt and at the
same1 Gmo prepare for lt with Inex
"The Germen offensive has been
broken; the German defensive will bc
broken in tts turn."
IALL-DAY CAUCUS ON
THE SHIP BILI; TODAY
(CONTINUED PROM PACE ONE.)
it Congress. Senator ' Lodge asserted
that the purpose of the ship purchase
"?AU was to take over German ocean
steamships now idle In American
ports. He insisted such a Venture
would be perilous for the country.
When Senator Lodge concluded,
Senator Fletcher, in charge of th? bill,
.ead telegrams from the minos Manu
'acturers Associator and the Jack?
.onvllle, Fla, Chamber of commerce,
jrging the passage.ot the bill. .
Senator Smoot announced that Sen
ator Galliger would speak on the mea
iure Monday. Senator Root oleo en?
ionnced.be would discuss, tho mea
ture Monday, giving particular atten
Mon to the rules of International law
m transfer of registry during war.
Senator Lodge declared in bio
tpeech that the measure "would bring
is within measurable distance of war,
iot 'With England alone, but, with
France, Russia and Jopan."
He. Quoted from house committee
jeerings to atuv?.' '.bat Ssereiary ?le- '
Vdoo had "practically admitted that
th? pcrpose of the bill woo to buy the
German ships" laid up in Boston and
New York. If such wero no^Jto pur
pose, ?enator Lodge suggested t.:at
he impression now generally could
io corrected by on amendment, which,
iA said, he believed had already boen
voted down In committees, to debar
he government from such purchases.
i o buy the German ships interned
n these ports, and relieve their own
>ro from the heavy daily expense In
^aring for thom and td hand,.over
o them thirty or forty millions of
nOney belonging to the American poo.
ile." said Senplbr Lodge, "would be
i. groat end direct assistance to one
if the belligerents In the war now rac?
ng. It weald be an unneutral act. and
'ery readily might be construed as a
motile act and on actual breach of
Senator Lodge stated ho hod been
uformed that the administration had
determined to send the Dacia, a Ger
man owned ship, purchased bj- Ameri
ans and transferred to American reg
stry, abroad to furnish a test case.
'It s tomo to me a rathef dangerous
W *ess to make toot caaes of this
haracter In Um? of war, when belll
erent governments are protesting
gainst the acUon."
He cold that Fr?&** and Rnasta had
>*ld consistently that tho transfer ot
he flog from a belligerent to a neu
ral, after hostilities had begun, waa
.ot to be recognized, and England al
o had ao hold, although Slr Edward
Iroy last summer made home modul
ations of lila opposition to the sale,
f the ships were not used-lu trade
vtth Europe. He argued that the ves
teys were to ho used in tho Euro
The emergency In the shipping busi
ness, which hod once' boen advanced
.aa reason for buying th? interned
hip?. Senator Lodge declared no lon
.er eupporieu the purchase, because
hips were going , empty to South
America and discharging facilities
vere, not to be obtained for those ships
now entering tho crowded open port*
Rumor of Zeppelins
.tsfediMSOH Pr-a.) * (
LGND?N. Jan? ML-4:J? ?, tnv-Tbo
Oalty Chronicle's Cromer correspond- |
3&t says Uv? rumor . that Zeppelins
?'leaned over the town, lo untrue. At IO
vclock last ni?hL the correspondent
\dds. tho hum of aircraft engines waa
.leard from the dlr Action of the eon.
The town wi a tn complete darkness
*nd it is impossible tb say whether
it was an aeroplano or an airship, or
even wheUw.it**. a nfl*ttf?j&^ee. ?
Thc Newest Pi
>' . % K \
* .-' vf' -Ml'
V ,.*"?*'? Vt,
This is General Roque Gonzales |
Garza, the newest president of Mex
ico. He won the Job over night when I
Gutierrez fled fearing he would bo I
[attacked not only by the Villa, but
]by tho Carranpa followers. The pro
visional convention, which has more
|or leas assumed to direct the affairs
Anderson. S. C., Jan. 22.
|Tho Anderson Daily Intelligencer,
Dear Friends:-As I was pass'og by I
a house on F street I called in andi
aaked the lady why abe didn't send
her children to our Sundsy school.
She said she really did want to but
tliat they just didn't havc clothing or
shoes to wear there. They are In pood
of top clothing - and alBO undercloth
ing. The little fellows said that they
wanted to go to school, so aa you are
helping others, please look after those
. Lady Friend.
No. 9 F. street.
At the. cake sale, which will be held
lat Moore-Wilson's, beginning at 10
?o'clock this morning, there will not
jonly be a jereel Variety ot takes, bak
Ex-Scc. Knox's Son ?nd
Mrs. May G. Knox, wife ot Phil
lander. C. Knox. Jr,, the shopgirl who
surprised, the famUy of the former
secretary- of state and others when
she married the1 young son four years
ago. loft her aoran and weat to New
York, where there were reporta that
she would auo her husband. How
ever, het lawyer ??aid-that she did nor
contemplate legst action. He did not
know the cause of toe disagreement,
but waa certain lt would not get Into
the courts. Their homo for some time
baa been at Charleston. Vf. V*.
Previous to their marriage four
years ego Mrs, Knox, who was Mles
May G. Boiler, bad been a salesgirl
In a department store, at Providonce.
esident o? Mexico.
of Mexico since lt came Into clash with
Carranza, elected htm ut a meeting
In Mexico City. The last report waa
that Villa waa hurrying troops to the
city to protect Its action. ?
Garza ls about thirty-six years old,
a graduate ot the law school in
Mexico City and baa been practic
ing law for years.
cd by some of the best cooks in the
city-anyone and every one can be
Bulled-?rou can get a good cake and
do a good deed at the name time, for
the money thus made will be used ia
charitable purposes. Don/t.forget the
time and j)lare and get a" delicious
cake for Sunday.
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Wife Have Trouble:
and baa been employed
peper at Charlsetat.
the statement ot friends
?fee rind her husband a*
for some time. With his
.though t rcate? most
she waa annoyed because
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