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L'!ERCOME E''EMY ON WHOLE
FRONT AND THE ADVANCE
J8STINATE RESISTANCE MET
lermans Defending With Stubborn
Determination the Crossings
of Ecallio'n River.
London.-The British troops have
Dvercone the enemy along the
whole. front between the Sambre ca.
nal and the Scheldt and thoir advance
is being continued, Field Marshal Haig
reports from headquarters.
In twenty-four hours the British
have taken 7,000 prisoners and more
than 100 guns.
The text of the statement reads:
"Our battle front was extended
northward as far as the Scheldt at
Thiant. On the whole battle front be
tween the Sambre canal and the
Scheldt, the enemy resistance was
overcome and our advance continued.
There was hard fighting at a numbet
"On the left of our attack inglo.
Scottish troops forced croongs of
the lEaillon, betweep 'e-erchaiL and
Thiant, and gaineO."the high ground to
the east. -
"We 1 ve taken the villages of Poix
(u1 Ned a nd Les Tuleies and pro
fV'sed beyond them toward lEfngle
fontaine. Tm village of Ghlssignies
was taken after a sharp struggle, the
enemy defending with determination
the crossings of the Ecaillon in that
"Northwest of Chissignies we have
secured the river crossings at Heau
dignies, which is in 'iir hands. Here,
vigorous resistance was overcome by
the New Zealanders, who In this lo
cality captured a number of batteries,
Including guns of heavy caliber.
"We have reached the general line
of the Sambre-Oise canal, due east of
LeCateau; west of the edge of the
Forest de Mormal in the neighborhiood
of LeQuesnoy, Vendegies-Sur-EcalIIon
and the Scheldt canal at Maing.
"in local fighting on the Valenci
ennes-Tournal sector we have made
progress and taken prisoners."
ftOOSEVELT PITS HIS WISDOM
AGAINST THAT OF WORLD
Oyster Bay, N. Y.----Theodore Roose
velt sent duplicate telegrams to Unit
ed States Senators Lodge, Poindexter
and Johnson. in which lhe c-har-acter
ized as "thorougly mischievous" che
14 principles enunc-iate'd by P'resident
Wilson, if they arec to be mlade the
biasis of p~eace. 'The telegramis follow:
"As an American (-itizen. I most
earnestly hope thait lie senate of t he
United States. which is part of the
treaity-miakinig power- of thie United
St ateCs, will t a ke utfi rmatIivye attIon
against a negotiated peace with Gier
mianty and1( in favior of a peace based
on the unc-onditilonal suirrender- of
"I also dleclare irgainst the adop
tion in their entirety of the 14 points
of the Presidlent's a ldqess of last Jan
uary as offering a basis for- a peac(e
satisfactory to the United Slates. Let
us dlictate peace by the hammering
guns and~ not chat :bout pearee to the
accompatinient of the clicking of
"The language of the 14 points and
the subsequent statements explaining
or qrullfying themi is neither straIght
forward nor plain, but If constr'ued in
its probable sense many, and possibly
most of these 14 points ar-e thorough
ly amischiievotus and If made the basis
of a peace, such peace wouild repre
sent, not the uncondItIonal surrender
of Germany, but the unconditional
surrender of the United Staten. Nat
urally they are entirely satisfactory
to Germany anid equally naturally1
they are in this countr-y satisfactory
to every pr-Ger-man and pacIfist and
socialist and ant I-American so-called
AMERICAN AVIATORS DROP
BOMBS BEHIND ENEMY LINES
North of Grand Pre--n- the sector
lyong between the Meuse r-Iver and
north of thme Argonne forest, the
Americans have cut further, and deep.
ly, Into the enemy's line, despite the
continlued extremely heavy tuse of ma
chine guns and artillery by the Ger-I
mans. Amnercian aviators are droppnig'
bombs behind the enemy lines, while
enemy airmen are returning the 'onm
pliment by bombing towns inside of
the American front.
AND A SEPARATE PEACE
Anmsterdam-Advices received from
Budapest say that in the Ulnterhaus
Count Karolyl. in moving a resolution
In favor of the independnte of Hun
gary, denmanded the resignation of the
Wekerle cabinet and the formation of
a coalition minIstry. The resolution
also called for the concithion of a sep
arate peace, dissoluton of the alliance
with Germany and the proclanation of
a Hiungarian 10ag to yeside in Buda.
RE. PIOKENS SENTINEL. P
L CROSS, FEVERISH
CHILD IS BILIOUS
.OK, MOTHER! SEE IF TONGUE
IS COATED, BREATH HOT OR
CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"
CAN'T HARM TENDER STOM.
ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
Every mother realiI7after giving
her children "Vt'ifornia Syrup of
i,* that cis Is their Ideal laxative,
ecau411 they love its pleasant taste
d it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
When cross, irritable, feverish, or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, Mother! If coated, give
a teaspoonful of this harn'iless "fruit
laxative," and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the bow
els, and you have a well, playful child
again. When the little system is full of
cold, throat soime, has stomach-ache, di
arrhrea, indigestion, colic-remember,
a good "inside cleansing" should al
Ways be the first treatment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
to-morrow. Ask your druggist for a
bottle of "Californin Syrup of Figs,"
which has directions for babies, chil.
dren of nil ages and grown-ups printed
an the bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sold here, so don't he fooled. (1et the
:entine. made by "California Pig
Frenchman invented Zeppelin.
How many people are aware that
Count Zeppelin was not the real In
ventor of the Zeppelin? As a matter
Of fact, a Fren'htmn, Manrice ('hey
reaux, conceived the idea. nnil it was
from his pian1.s hiat lte first monster
iiltih) wits able to fly. 4'evreMx,
who wits a ai altI enigi eer, hats recent
1y died; since the commencement of
the wnr hei had praoll11ctiy liveid the
lite of at hermit ; some say brenuse of
his grief at tbeing the .tnnoenaIt mnise
of' pleintg it thle haneatls oaf' the' hal i
inemity such~l a terible ninie of' witr.
le ires! Ited fori sonn.t' yeamrs lin (h'rmit ay,
andl w*as 'a amlede in thle Z'eppeail in
sajunaied thle si x-eyl Iinter moto ar, hby which
'gnutt Zepi'lina wats ale to evenitually13
r iitiunih ve~r thle ifiemulty ia' akaingi
o'r houraas In the air.
WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY
"'housands upon thousands of women
have kidney and bladder trouble and
ever suspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to be
othing else butt kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladfder disease.
I the kidneys are not in a healthy
~ondition, thtey may cause the other or
ians to become diseased.
.Pain in the back, headache, loss of am.
-ition, nervousness, are often times symp
~oms of kidney trouble.
,Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician'a pre
cription, obtained at any drug store, may
-ae just the remedy needed to overcome
Get a medium or large size bottle imn
iediately from any drug store.
H~owever, if you wish first to test this
~eat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
:Imer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
ample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention thais paper.-Ady.
All He Wants Bald of Him.
"I don't want any praise for what
mn doing in this war."
"Not at all. All I ask is thatt you
'rlte me down as one wvho didn't lake
dtvanatage of a schoolboy and buy a
fty-dollar bond from hihn whten I'd
ave been ashiamedl to taike less than
wo thoutiand dollars' wothl froma a
"Cold In the Head"
an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Par
eons who are subject to frequent "colds.
n the head" will find that the uase of'
fALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will -
uild up the 8/etem, cleanse the Blood'
na render them less liable to cold.
Jepeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
ead to Chronte Coatarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDTCJINE Is talk.
n Internally and acts through the Blood
n the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
All Dr-u gists 'lMc. Testimonials free.
I Ir CAnA Eas of a rrh that
F. 3. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
The 45.000 women doig work in
Washington coame from every city in
he United States,
,The oeeatoal use of s~otan Fly. dataS
its Jt upon retiring w Ii.prevent rie e.
Tht9 Vteoh 'etijs1,0 kl and
[EES, OT OLINA
TO LAST HUN'NOTE
ARMIES IN FIELD MUST MAKE
VIRTUAL SURRENDER BEFORE
ARMISTICE IS CONSIDERED.
SAFEGUARDS ARE DEMANDED
People Have No Means- of Forcing
Military Authorities to Agree to
Any Plans l..r Peace.
Wash:ngton.-Prtsident Wilson has
submitted the Ghrman plea for an
armistice and peace to the Ullies, and
at the same time has informed Berlin
Lhat there can bje no armistice except
upon terms that/ would make it impos
fible for Gerylany to renew hostili.
Whil~fjonsenting to dea' further
!wii the present authorities in Ger
many, the President has given them
"It it (the United States) must deal
with the military masters and mon.
archical autocrats of Gernany now.
or if it is likely to have to deal with
them later in regard to the interna.
tional obligations of the German em.
pire, it must demand, not peace nego.
tiations, hut surrender. Nothing can
be gained by leaving this essential
The President's reply to the last
German note was handed to the
charge of the Swiss legation for trans
mission to the German government.
It accedes to the request that lie take
Up with the allies the proposals of
the new spokesmen of the German
people. but does it with notice that
virtual surrender of the Teuitonlic ar
mies In the field will be the price de
manded for interruption of the beat
ing now being administered.
In transmitting the matter to the
allies. the President says he has sug
gested that if they are disposed to
effect peae on his term,; an( princi
pies now aeeeptedl by the present Ger
man authorities, the American and al
lied military advisers be asked. if they
deem such an armistice possible from
a military point of view, to submit
such terms as will fully protect the
interests of the peoples involved and
insure to the associated governments
the unrestricted power to enforce
peace on the conditions accepted.
As to the authority of the new
spokesmen of the German people, he
speaks. as the not.e says. "without any
attempt to soften what may seem
harsh words." and tells the men with
whom he is dealing. and through
them the German people. why sueh
extraordinary safeguardls must be de
mandled before hostilities can cease.
Significant and important as the
proposedl c-onstitutional chan ges seem
to be. he declares, it does not annear
that the pr-ineinie of a gov0enm.ont
responsihle to the German people has
yet been worked ont andl it iq evident
that the people have no meanst of
commiianding the Ceoneeee of the
military authorities. TTe reminds the
Germans that the nower of the kinig
of PrussIa (the kaiser) to control the
polIcy of thie empire is unimpaired.
ALLIES STILL DRIVING
GERMANS TOWARD BORDER
The allied armies in ioranee and
Belgium are still driving the Germans
toward their border. but the process
is now comparatively slow,
Paricularly vicious fighting is in
progress west of the Meuse river,
where thte Americans, in their endeav
ors to overcome the natural obstacles
barring the way northward t~o Sedan,
are faced by p)Icked troops with orders
to hold them back at all costs: in the
region from LeCateau to the north to
Veritable nests of machine guns are
being encountered by the Americans
as they attempt to press forward along
the front from the Meuse to the town
of Grand Pro, situated north of the
Argenne forest, but in spite of these
obstacles they have taken further
ground and at last accounts were
steadily keeping up their pressure.
In northern Belgium the Germans
are still retiring. Unofficial reports
are to the effect that Ghent Is being
BRIT ISH SM ASH ING T HROUG H
GERMAN STRONG DEFENSIVE
With tho British Army in Prance
and Belgium--The lBritish third and
fourth armies smashed through strong
German defensive positions south of
Valenciennes .They gained ground to
a depth of more than 5.000 yards on
an extended front, capturIng many
important villages and several thou
sand prisoners, The fighting was des.
perate, the German machine gunners
holding out to the last.
SPECTACULAR COMBAT PULLED
OFF BY AMERICAN'AVIATORS
With the American Army Nohrthi
west of Ver'dun,.-In a most spectacu
lar combat over Doulcon, which last.
ed half- an hour four American -fight<
ers badly worsted an equal -number' of
Germans, three Fokkers l}i g down
ed~ Capt. AlfredI Grant -~e ton, of
Tas, inglehianded, fa tht t~o IPok
lr ts id Jht' igewa Iu fiathes over
N~o ?4tns i-rman ttwo-seater
boud4teti ean lines on ab
AND HOW IT SE
Nothing New - Simply the 4
Was Epidemic in 1889.4
From Russia by M
This rime by
Go to Bed and Stay Quiet -
Take a Laxative - Eat Plenty
of Nourishing Food-Keep
Up your Strenth - Na.
ture Is the Only "Cur."
ALWAYS CALL A DOCTOR
NO OCCASION FOR PANIC
Spanish influenza, which appeared in
Spain in May, has all the appearances
of grip, or In grippe, which has swept
over the world in numerous epidemics
as far back as history runs. Hippoc
rates refers to an epidemic in 412
B. V., which is regarded by many to
fhave been influenza. Every century
has had its attacks. Beginning with
1881 this country has had five epidem
ies, the last in 188990.
There is no occasion for panic-nflu
enza ftself has a very low percentage
of fatalities-not over one death out
of every 400 cases, according to the
N. C. board of health. The chief danger
lies in complications arising, attack
ing principally patients in a run-down
condition-those who don't go to bed
soon enough or those who get up too
Grip, or influenza, as it Is now called,
nsually begins with a chill, followed by
aching, feverishness, and sometimes
nausea and dizziness, and a general
feeling of weakness and depression.
The temperature is from 100 to 104,
alnd the fever usually lasts from three
to five days. The germs attack the
mucous membrane or lining of the air
passages, nose, throat and bronchial
tubes; there is usually a hard cough,
especially bad at night; oftentimes a
sore throat or tonsillitis, and frequently
all the appearances of a severe head
Go to bed at the first symptoms, not
only for your own sake, but to avoid
spreading the disease to others-take
a Ourgative, eat plenty of nourishing
food, remain perfectly quiet and don't
worry. Quinine, aspirin or Dover's
Powders, etc.. may be administered by
the phyvsician's directions to relieve the
aching. But there is no cure or spe
cific for influenza-the disease must
run its course. Nature herself will
throw off the attack if only you keep
up your strength. The chief danger
lies in the complications which may
arise. Influenza so weakens the bodily
rc-sistance that there is danger of pneu
nionia or bronchitis developing, and
sometimes inflammation of the middle
ear, or heart affections. For these rea
sons it is very important that the
patient remain In bed until his strength
returns-stay in bed at least two days
or more after the fever has left you, or
If you are over 50 or not strong stay
in bed four days or more, according to
the severity of the attack.
IIt Is always a terror to odpeoNl Yand
,eveyhuanungbeingn yofun or od It Is
aowed to ao unheeded. At the very f
TUTT'S LiVER PIL L which for 72 ye
-most prevalent of all disorders. For sahi
Delivering the Goods.
Not hing sla permitted to nonplus t he
British royal air force photographe.
If t he store of the rigidl ma teial Iun
expectedliy runs short he makes shift
successfullly with at substitulte. In
emiergencies, when the supply of acety
Iene gas has given out he hats been
knowna to dlevelo~p his plaites miost suc
eessfully hy the glow of a lighted eiga
rette, lie dlelivers the goods, and his
prims~ pass with amazing raplidity to
the intehlgence staff, the dletective
elearing house of the photographic re
suiits of. alir reconnaiissance,
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORtIA, that famous old remedy
for infants anid children, and-see that it
in Use for Over eas
Ohildren Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
No Doubt of It.
"Are you enigaged in war* work ?"
asked the sweet yo)tmfg thinig of the
fnn with the underslung spectacles
and the coarse voice and. featurds.
"Yes, I am~ a dlivorce lawyer," an
swered the man, with a sigh."
Sooth. Baby Rashe..
That itch and burn with hot baths of
Cuticura Soap followed by gentle
anointings of Cutic'ura Ointment.
Nothing better. For free samples ad
dress, "Cuticura, Dept. X, Boston."
Sold by druggists and by mail. Soap
25, Ointment 25 and '50.-Adv.
The Tallest Tree.
The tallest tree onl rQcordl has been
felled in southeast Australia. It was a
gum tree 471 feet In height.
n'sl- A so,#iL IiiPnVswn1 eorrees
eLse ame~Jrean Downtel ogbe. Perfeotlyha
A grand dInner In China ustually In
cludes 18 or 20 courses.
onat~on ge'nerall indicaes tioeor
VjtabisePill. restores regularity Without
F'our hours' sleep out of twenty-four.
is enough for' the elephant..
OUW. B! TREATED
)ld Gri or La Grippe That
0, O Then It Came
lay of Franc6 and
Way of Spain
In order-to stimulate the lining of
the air passages to throw off the grippe
germs, to aid in loosening the phlegm
and keeping the air passages open, thus
making the breathing easier, Vick's
VapoRub will be found effective. Hot,
wet towels should be applied over the
throat, chest and back between the
shoulder blades to open the pores.
Then VapoRubf should be rubbed in
over the parts until the' skin is red,
spread on thickly and cover with two
thicknesses of hot flannel cloths. Leave
the clothing loose around the neck, as
the heat of the body liberates the in
gredients in the form of vapors.
These vapors, inhaled with each breath,
carry the medication directly to the
parts affected. At the same time
VapoRub is absorbed through and
stimulates the skin, attracting the
blood to the surface, and thus aids
in relieving the congestion within.
HOW TO AVOID THE DISEASE
Evidence seems to prove that this is
a germ disease, spread principally
by human contaet, chiefly through
coughing, sneezing or spitting. So
avoid persons having colds-which
means . avoiding crowds--common
drinking cups, roller towels, etc. Keep
up your bodiby strength by plenty of
exercise in the open air, and good food.
Above all, avoid colds, as colds irri
tate the lining of the air passages and
render them much better breeding
places for the germs.
KEEP FREE FROM COLDS
Use Vick's VapoRuh at the very first
sign of a cold. For a head cold, melt a
little VapoRub in a spoon and inhale
the vapors, or better still, use Vapo
Rub in a benzoin steam kettle. If this
is not available, use an ordinary tea
kettle. Fill half-full of boiling wa
ter. put in half a teaspoon of VapoRub
from time to time-keep the kettle
just slowly boiling 'and inhale 'the
Note-Vick's VapoRub is the dis
covery of a North Carolina druggist,
who found how to combine, in salve
form, Menthol and Camphor with such
volatile oils as Eucalyptus, Thyme, Cu
hebs, etc., so that when the salve is ap
plied to the body heat, these ingredi
ents are liberated in the form of va
VapoRub is comparatively new in
New York State and New England and
a few Western states where it is just
now being introduced, but in other sec
tions of the country it is the standard
home remedy in more than a million
homes for all forms of cold' troubles.
Over six million jars were sold last
year. VapoRub can be had in three
sizes at all druggists. It ja particular
ly recommended for children's croup
and colds, since it is externally applied
and therefore can be used as freely as
desired without the slightest harmful
th feune some tme Ior andothfer
8OE INAL and shouldaner bue
arra has fli of ontipation tD
by druggists and dealer, everywhere.
"Any.II newsV.' f'rom your' boy in
".Juis got a letter this mo(rnling.'
"Whant doeas he say?"
"'le says lhe's the, biarnt guest of a
ciharing I.'renchI f'amIiy."'-li rming
Of ment who marry, 10 are bachelors
to one widower.
. 4. nurses arc installed
eight miles in the
-- rear of the fi *i
lines "over t ere.
- Right here at homie
shoul learn nurs
nag to take care of
the sick, or, in
. - emergencies, the
wounded. You can
learn a great deat
----- a book of 1,0d0
pages ,ound in cloth, containing chapters
on First Aid BanainAnatomy y.
aln, Sex Poblems, Mther andbbe
0Gprescriptions for acute and chronio
disae-profusely illustrated by wood
euts, and colored plates. Ask your drup-.
6 dt r send 50e. toPubihr63 M >
treet, Buffalo, N, Y.lse, 8 an
If a woman is nervous or has dissy
spells, suffers from awful pains at regu.
lar or irregular intervals sh should turn
to a tonic made. up of herb., and with
out alcohol, hbloh ms~kes weak women.
strong and ul k women well. It is Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Send Dr.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c for trial pk.
Then, for the hver and bowels nothingi
so good as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
PIteh's een my bleasure to recommend Dr.
never know te o fbail
in giving desired results.
body ands mybq
ben doetoring for.
ioaths with urbeet