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Villages Obliterated by Fire,
Somme Region Is a Desert Earth Seemingly I urned Inside Out and Hills Torn to Dust ? lern tying Desolation Likened to Ruin of Sodom and Gomorrah By FRANK H. SLMONDS. ? i-r/'orron". Be.'i*'- mitad 'he battlefield of ? I had pone to the -cene n/ aSj-i ,-..- Battle of Champagne, d?*k of Scp-.p-; btr in that ; h wa ^f f)nt ?' tht .--?:? ?...ied effort"?. ggjf} to .re the propr*- the art Of de ftruc' When the I ?-r'J attaci? the ?? eir prelimi ? *ed all pj^ce Mntfl ir: human hist? 'and lfla* o .?rraan nrt. | * are but a m?e ;. ??'- srhicl. the frer.- an. standing in ? e -"iiain. you ?te t." . ' ?M hamlet re nuin ' h tower is a tar.jr.b'.e Walk out from the villar" ?3 and you come to in the ?OHM thousands of - over ' - .??-?- I'? ? Germ?n Dugouts Intact In Champagne Waste Frrv- : -. ? ? - you -an trt i red feet and you will ? ? '?*' first line trenches of the ? ~-.pa<me &?? Good, s ->s. aa field works a- ; wholly a deep *hey were the Gi. xarmed up to -.--?- m of the Fi outside Souain in the cemetery the ? divid* . ".".ey are as good to-da : has beer. I some wearing srsy I weather. All the ?r- ed the ? - de-> I r;or ser-, work r "bed wire and that mu i ass a * could do. then. s Fr- e German lines *ere I The c-c'?;?.--' ?: -..e battlefield of ?aki Sorrjr..- indescr able. Overj an ?ires t*=- enty, per? haps, ti-.e f the earth has beer. -- the heart of hill? has been b tan : you look up the slope of s mu len >le hill, you climb with ?difficu:*;. ,.p its rounding slop? sudcf-' caze down inl chasm, a volcano's crater; all -he in beto blown out by a :e -s an emp'y ii? . an ocean UiMI ? con in the crater. Death's Road Leads To Modern Pompeii alone the rcsi so many thousands of *nen have *ed to death one approaches the I ?. ? - in ? The i statue of "he \ - ten? -i- ' who hi * - When it Our own "vers libre ! i wool and fast color ?uits and overcoats for men MM ? Everything they wear for Spring | Jy, hksMl futl if you Lilt The Peet" Der? bies ?were never more be? come i0 COMPAXY "*J Broadway ? ' "The at 34th St. Four if-Ji-?way Corners" Fifth Ave. *tW* st 41st St. fulls, so the people of the region b**. lieve. peace- will come. But I !* only a shelled town; many of it! houses stand, most of them *-e*u;r their walls and mar.y their roofs. But a mi!? the other side of AI ? Ira e.ling toward P?ronne, on? ? - si'd'.enly out upon the mosl terribla and Irewildering scene <?l i*ion it is possible to imagine From the upper layer of the earth has been ?wept away not aloni the outer cov? ering, but the very depth, of the rata have been churned up -ed a^out. Of a sudder in the midst of the landscape ot ?roiling valley? and : ar.ds, there :rrage of the Sahara, of someth:ng Sahara, .." *he Tie-Id? ? Pompeii or Messina, down which have flowed the streams of lava which er.gulf but endure. Only Skeleton Left Where a Hill Stood irniag off the main road one leave? the car and climbs nearly up a hillside. Along this hillside ran rat line of German trenches, but here are neither trenches nor ?nes? of trenche.-. This hill and all the surrounding hills are worked by shell f.re until they re? semble nothing; so much as the pict? ures of the surface of the moon, fa 11* to all who recall the gt-ogra f *he;r vouth. The flesh of the hill has been swept away; only the skeleton remains. Occasionally, wnere the ?^pe ot ill is undulating vestion ?erman dug-out remain?, per? haps a dug-out overwhelmed By the ? deluge of fire and stii! holding :nexplored depths the scores of sana who inhabited it wh? avalanche arrived. All over the hill? ?? litter of war. unex - I ?hell?, the '-agments of u< mbs, the debri? of earlier an : ctmps. Alway?. too, wnerever there . ground, are graves. . raves, graves placed with -der and without system?the g-ave.? dug by men pressed with the i.ted to get forward, compelled to lay aside all regard for the ceremony of inhuma Frontier of Desolation Is Outlined Sharply From the hill of Mametz ona looks westward beyond the battlefield. Across a little ravine the opposite slope rises, still hut little scarred. The frontier of desolation is ex marked; ;* is as plain to the py? ? era indicated upon a map. But looking westward over there is nothing but the v of desolatir,'.. The " hiil and valley has been .s as if the outer and the inner strata of the earth had in some fashion changed r BCC. | *-?* that of SocJon ? --a- a dastrnction delib ?.gned to make imposaible BT ?M -etu-r. of men tn their I do not know any ?ray that one .- ? hint of th? ?i of the battlefield of the Somme. There it lies, ten m lea deep, one shore touching the furnace which i? still burning up and de irfaea of the earth and all animate and inanimate *? thereon. \*. the other shore '????'r Lw-sjina shavrply the countryside ?sf I- ranee, and between the two ?Ifffrtjs is a- "iferna! region In which at least a million and a half o? men. h. .'/erman and French, have keen killed or wounded. Perhaps n million men lie buried ?hatter?>d folds and turn:- of ?he or in the fla*? be? side the little bn Village of Mametz Swept Off the Earth ~,."ime:. m the .ppi?p menr- a Bfi ??-. ribitig the -arth would begin to ip, when flames from inside the would burst forth. f sought to describe the f the last great war ha? illustrated on the if the - on the slopes of the Mametz hill, on the slopes toward the north and east, one looks out ? - , I,ages. At tTI Mametz, but of Mametz there -one. not a I*, has not been b-.ned: , tieen literally blown from 'he ?ace O? 'he earth; H has dissolved in a.-.d the du-t ha? been ?-wep? away. Bava was a well buil* ?,vn. with Hal tSattd houses of placer and stone, old houses en g fr?,m other ?-entunet. It had II .,, the familiar place. ???.untain. all the slight but per -. -ail? sal a Troetek village, . , -, . r nothini*. And what is true of Mametz is M ??:i .' a-, ???-., . irt, it is true of I do not know how many more village*. T gone, and stimetimt** the hil which they stood are gone. map you -ai!; see marked mar bits of woodland, the usui muna! grove or the inev.-ab'? of trees surrounding the f chateaus. But the woods sr Big Woods Obliterated In Region of Verdun I .?aw the same thin? a- \ when I visited Fort de Vaux I went to the Somme. There dozen of the woods that hav the battle reports have vani Bois de Laufee, Chenois, Ca they ar?? gone, and there a ?tumps nor s'urnp holi If round out of which they gr? been worked into a mass i f huge cavities in which men a: mais have disappeared and drowned. Th.- d?W artillery fire do? snack; it does not even paus? ooliteration; it alters the ver face and the subsurface; it B?BW hills and - old turn-:. And wher, the armies are goi the war ends ifor even thii must er.d some timei, it ?s in. *o think of whs be the emotion? of ad the people who inhabited these re people who. faithful to the F love for the land, will return to old homes. And of their old 1 they aril] find not even a fragi the fields that they cul*;- a'e* that their father-? cultivated have disappeared; the subsu will rtill be honeycombed by thi ndors of mines or the molelike rows of the dugouts. Malignant War Spirit Blights Land Forever I do not think one can get anj ception of the real terror of thi? v.-h o has not seen the country o -:omme or of Verdun, who ha: MOO UM fashion in which -r. - like a malignant war spirit, ha: ?lone destroyed all that there wi homes of human habitation an the field? of human effort, but ?wept Um ??arth with tire and SOI w.th salt, a.- if in the determ.n, that there should never aga.r life, -hat men should not exis and foods grow in the f over which it had passed. I not alone th?* MM destruction that one feels at Sonnte. Indeed. I think the ttm i*. ;man industry, of enormous fotl ? innumerable men at t tragic task of war. even passes impression of desolation. Takf of the large anthills that one sc timet sees In a country fie rake deeply through its c mit and watch the myriad of i come swarming up and begin w ?pems a mad and frantic outburs industry, and you will have p faint suggestion of what -he ba1 field of the Somme is like. Industry Amid Ruin Wrought by Destroyer - m spite of the desolation th i? no lack of population, there is lack of human wthritj Indeed. Ic lown upon any section of pietores '.hat ?' soBM grant enfiaec ?tion. the rerr. Mm] of ? BM ' -rmation of some square m ?'ac? of the earth, a tal tat of Panama. For gridiroi amidst ail the waste are rafll-1 tracks, the bottom of ever carpeted with railB and the noise the distant artillery is deadened the shrill whistles of engine? as tr drag cars up toward the front?to ard the railhead?the "dump" of I military argnt. And beside the railroads are hit ways, the white, even and splen^ highways of France. They ak have survived the ruin, as I of the Arpian Way have outlived t centuries and the onrush of oth barbarians. And along tnese bif way? flow the most amazing strear of mankind that are conceivable, ai ? one men bit moro*-? ai hi r?es-. the voire of the Missouri mu challenges the passage of the "Tar.l and the donkey of the pack tra alike Flower of Britain In Continuous M?arch I.'p these roads, foi lown g ?m^.r a tillery, surrounding their rollil kitchens, the men of Australia ar of ( anaiia move between those < Sa*Otland and of England And ti" |*oade are crowded day ar.'i night, Ifl the rende that lead tfl i he Pol Ground.? when a ball game is ?cher uled. And on the shell-swept hil ?ides every sort of shanty and ha: - affords temporary resting plac for the mender of highways M DoUe o*" the rear. It is as if the flowe and pick of British imperial man iVx-d had suddenly sought a dwellini place in the desert. And the ?mpresaion is bewilderinj beyond all else I have ever seen Hero are home square miles of th? earth's surface which have beei swept and torn and wrecked by shell by the fury of the weapons invent?e by man. and the men who have don? these things with the maddest of al energy, with the moat terrible of al machines, have now come forward U reetere M human use what they hav? j * ? at destroyed. First they have ere ated a wilderness and worse than s wi.derr.ess and then they have fared forward into the wilderness hnr.g ' ing with them a<l the machinery t h <* y rould deviae. not t/> repair all the ? injurie?? they have wrought, but auch o? these injuries ss are hampering their purpose?which purpose get forward swiftly and tur: more miles of France ir.to the centre of desolation. Scene of Destruction To Uve for Centuries I do not kr.ow how any M ??uite describe thai battlefield c Somme so that the man who ;n peace on this side of the At can understand it or grasp thing of *he mpiBaTM .r.sanit*, *he supreme int wh;c both unmistakable there. I art mat ?. men women nil] go to this place t the surviving evidences of the I that ? _?? ? -a year ag?,. I never seen anything that approi the taaTiblenaai of the sight, about Verdun. Yet an engineer, a man inter in the moving of mounta ? transformation ? ayi to ht would look down also these fieids to-day and see an o an organization, a developmer n..man ajar I a which would taJtt mm compl and command his adflsiral saddest and moat completely ?n comer of a valiey may conce terminal station that would mak operating railroad man jealous New York policeman, a traffic i used to the problems of I nue and Forty-secor shrink from the task of separa and order ng the Bta*ca*B through what was once the r street of Montauban and is no ?rhito road ?a the m.'!?-- i f pow.i ashes. Destruction Advance? Like a Forest Fire and like the foret?* rire? i ( North, destruction advances, at lly, surely. The road Mow the a* Mame';, na--?- Montauban, <: mor.t, Gir.rhy. * reaches, ?'omble arrive? a* Sail y-Sal/.sel, whict row the extreme front, but to-n row the flame?? aril] pas.?, Sa.lly-S: sel. A ? ?? rm ha.? pa? then the railroad and 'he high' posh forward, more men eoOM with ? i'h machi:., and they will -> 'heir < purposes this | has b deluged with steel, torn by mn watered by the blood of thousa ? ?? .-ands of men com.r.g fl the uttermost parrs of the earth ; exhausting their resources, first destruction and then of reconstr tion. Last sumir."r we ised to won why the British advance w . I do ?-. * th ak on? aiimdm ni one clambers ?aril ? ty up steep slopes of one b yond this hill after hill, valley af valley; not g-??a* h and steep billa, all now like to no mg so much as ?M isaoartad nest hornets, along who<-e ?l^pes ?B may -?ill ft 'meed in places *he e ur.fr* of the Tpnr'hes and ?angle?? harhe?i ariro, "Tank" Fits Into Scene Aa a Symbol of Fury Rey - Wet | ..?le showed me a "Tank." d g jeside the rot anoogh? I seemed to me t . .?'? . '? I* ?e??m?-'l I rher than rr al. like a prehisTonc anim; ? was not difficult tO imagl that a tesoiation *h ? ? the wo of this animal, of many an I as this; tha* than was -*. forward the war of ?orne pr<-h?sf,or age between man and th?s ?cali creature, and that in its f. dying fur*? for thil 'T.I">.'-. ' ?? dead it had torn up the Troni Wo???'.. [aslMd she ?self and ars?? turne tro? i ? ? then ur One moir |?ts Ul this field ? r?ontra ? : roc BBtruetia is well within reach of ?ierman ?he fift, Mow and aeain the storm b< and the caravans of men an animals slowly extend, draw o?it int thin group? and go on I* neve pa hy day or by night, this stead; even flow of human life toward th ? T??me front at ?rhieh anmhilatio mes absolute, a' ar arbitrar f-"ntier of Steady Bombardment Resemble? Earthquake The centre of the ?form ha but the ?turm area includes ? the torn and ? r 'Untry. an. a. * ay?, there is to be heard, not dis tant, the ?teady drumming of heav; artilkary; the billa are ?hake;. ? ovary moment by th- treassadi . plo.-sions. and the intermi'tent can nonade rises to the magnitude ol a-, eartnquake again and again. A year ag" ! ?ted the field o! the Marne. Here *h"r?' was nothing Of de?tr i.'tion risible 'ha: might r.<-% have bee?. I ."i and ?he ma.hir.e? 'hat fought N'apole??n on th?* ?arr.e ?rrovnd a century befor". On the battlefield of Champa. I'.U.'i. as .' ..'i, the effect of shell Bre ?* ?- ;>atent but temporary; the walls of houses stood and the fields ran >e p.ough.-.t and planted when the trenches are filled and tho bsrbe?d w.re remove?! But at the Somme there is nothing more ?ernfpng in all the terrible thing?? that one see? *han the mutilation of ?h- surface of the earth itself, the permanent ?lestru<*ti ?n of the hills and the lasting ??-arring of the hill aiaiaa, ??own a? they are with the | shatter<*d fragments of half a mill ' ion of human beings and ?-ondemne.? ?'erne! ?t?-r "*?iir?.|y the Somme must be the last word in war T. R. Declines Bryan Debate on Preparedness Like Discussing Propriety of Benedict Arnold's Acts, He Says Calls It Undebatable Colonel Quotes Scripture as ?* Warning to the Nation Ion Reeoevelt ?er.: ? Sttei te tks ''ongref.? of Forum? yes- [ terday rar'jsir.-* ?o meet William Jen slags Bryan .n a joint debate on pre? paredness. It would be. he holds, as proper to debate whether Bened.ct Ar reason. the advantage o' re-.rtroducin-* slavery. if mnr.ogi marriage s .dies to ac? cept bribes. Mr Bryan, before he knew of .-?ad agreed to ?he debate with certain reserra Dl la e ????er of acceptance he sa d tks deba-e ?hould not r*0 held Ml th? present crisis had passed His con i i latter te A - aeeretary ~" expensaa Icrtaking be shar-d I be tree anrt ?ides may have .?i "o,.,*: re] -.e audience. and tnat the debate be g:-en :n al! the arge cities of the eo; The mv.'at.or. to Colonel Roose.? * understood, wan sent following a conference of Mr. Bryan's friends on bis last ' sit te New York ir. bena ' ' the pacifist propaganda. It was signed by Edward F Sander?on director P?o pie's Institute, Cooper ''mon; Perry -. tactor C?asch ? c Wise, rabbi ?ynagogue, and Mr r>e Jar:. i olonel Rooeeeett'e Repl? ? . -,i . I UBOI - H I . ... - ? a? . ? ??j eannoi secspl ;. ^?.r proposal of the i? a waste of .abatable ?ubjects. To de . " " :'" M a r-rr?paredne?i would in . bjment be precisely, on a par laairability of .--.mous marriage or the morality .shing patriotism or the adran tag*. , ?-iducvn of slavery or the right of judges to accept bnb? from suitors or the duty : - to the divine right of lr.ir.gi or th preoriet** sf a-mco sack si that e H?-e lid Ar- i i "To dr-bat? ? I prepeiWaeoi as th? foundation for the performanc of al! ov.er patriotic duty, s use!?.? ur.'eii as a preliminary we undo th. work of a!', oar greatest men of th pait, dissolve this r.stior. iate dust, an start at the oeg-- decidin, whether It tjs ?or- i - - fee Wash ,r.g*-on to ha--e 'nuided the nation tn^ fot Us > L If n ice c?* ? kerne | Motion * tive. it tnen iecorr.^s Tiere | ' ne?? ti deba-<- - ?o be patriotic or ???nether I il a -?a tsfotic tuts to prepare to country which was thus fout :?d am thus sa I n prepared ne a a Immoral "The unprepare ? 1 by *h? advocates of prafi ? a- - in !oe ? .?. - ?-..-? net ?a. i ?- lltkeofh imprv- . ?,. It i profoundly .mmoral. and n actua -e has been cor. reru b; the events of th? las: tent year spir? ar.d abet the commission of thi meanest sins, not only against our o*: ci untry. but agsir.-t the cause of inter national duty American paciisrr throughout these years nai been *h< . spolOfjiet ar.d -? tSi - i if t., rath leas tansm. both when tkat I a.-.?m hai ssjaiast -i i ?????*ia i- m ke Belgian lad ? t hai fera iard?r ?f our ?*r mea, women and thildren and I ?M d'shonor of our flag. \ -a.- stii l \-? - ?s recent? ly ca Jeremiah It. SI arise, gel - res sat dwell?! I i-?re. salts, the '. hts neither gates nor bars, which dwell ? one Ind their camels shall be ? | the multitude ... :att!e ? and I will briai I B all sides.' '' Bishop Lawrence Urges President To Prepare Nation Protect Citizens on Sea and Land at Al! Costs, He Says Mar-h 4 Bisr.op R ? i-ac? o' th? Episcopal d.o?-? Massachuaetts, in a itatOBMBt ts ?'. upon President ?P/flaoa, "now ?hat i'ongress has failed the Preaider.t and ?- sad tkc Deopie tks na-. ?i'n this 4tn o: Ma 117, wi i-g-T .ooa oacawarl. out forward," the statement is has spoken strong wori? n leha.f ot huma- *->-1* f?r - ??We T.-iier, ? of the eommenwealth now demi" .-?.-? to ise ?he powers with srhi Constitution invests him to prot* - , -on sea and .and. *o prepar?- th? nation to ?*???.-? .<?--? emergency which may endanger tl Cities, ana :u .??ad the peop.e t?i : cost the integnty of the r.a Taft Will Rouse South and West To Defence Needs Ex-President To Be 20th Century Paul Revere for Universal Training Big Rally for Atlanta Leading Men in Many Cities Plan to Help Along Pre? paredness Tour Be em of tnat "ther? ate some fl aeree -csn war." to use h s own words. William H. Taft has can ceiled ail his paid lectura engage - -.,i ?.pr 1 4 that a.- sa-akes tke bmo of tke .-?outh res j- :'a.. '.'.<? e:e I Massachuse- al? to appreci? ation of their duty to def?r.ii now and nereaf'er Mi Tsft's Itinerary foi.ow?; Run mond. Marin II; ??rei'njDoro. N. i . Maren ?I; At.a-.-a. March -3. Bir ?am March J4. Nashville. March J5; M*mph:s. Marr?. J6. mo !?:??? *. V-?. .-? sn ng Ha - klako*ne March Leaving O;vlaiionia Citf on Taft ? sn I :n t'hicag?! on March 30 and will reach his home in New Ha ren Api The tour .a 10 be mad? SS of tiie League te r Peace, of vkiek Mr fofl tke arraiigement-i at each ?top oe.ng rr.aae by the local branch of the or ganizat.on, coopers- ;ng -nth leading ? s snd organiza* r.-. v '? raer Harris lergii '-layor Caadlt t Howell, editor of "The Ceaetitatioa"; .?.amber o' i'ommerce and. in? deed, all the leading ? titeas ar? worlt.ng ?ith energy and enhus.asm to make Mr Tat* s - : o tkl G COT? g;a metropolis the most, notaoie .ven: r the liad ? tke state's history ? B rnungra:'! the I'hamb n at which Presiden* Taft .? te be the guea* Of honor, and a ma?- el in the ?arg*- ,m in the city ? ? to be the principal speaker In Arkan?us Gateern ? nsseree and j | nni.ttee. .a an? a '.? sag ? . : Taf*. ?lovemor \V::liams of Okla? homa .? ai*o 'o deliver an addi? ? -? r.g ? Delias Mri^ jt Lindslei, ene ' He -- f tke Lene he Texas brsnch of th? lees-U". with the aid of a eomrn f.*.- of ?fteen. is p.snning a ?ta'.e convention of the L?et-u? to Knforce Peace, to be tddressed bv Mr. TaJl \ - t. lat m?*?t.n(j i? to b?* held in OklBBseaa C\i?. to which Govtmor U am* and th? mayor? of cities will , -Ca'?*? V- ? th Bad ,??oath??e?t ht*e b??en ?? ainonnt; for month? for a Mr Taft, th* to ir 1? BS> tad 1 te a grist popular success. Mr Taft, sfter ?petk.n?- of thf tiras a . d : "With ?;rette?t reluctance I have com? I 'Mat w* ?hou'd have? eooipu!?ory mil'.tarv training. We ar? now loo.mf arar nk of hoetilitiee ?.th toma ot the aellig *** ? war 4'ou'd tra ha? ?? i rfttBr proof o* the need for a Bei ieftnd the country" Th?* <a*B nay ?void wir ,n the prt??nt i??ue ara prty. But if our r'ghts be '.r.vsdfd tffin undtr th? d?claration sf rataVeet werftrt ? t ?es H bj "ir duty to resist thtt in vaa:on. because *t ?8 of "he atmt Datare ts if ear country ???r? beinf invaded " THE GOLDEN (. *-3 GLADES ^ i4tt Floor) "The Devil On Ice" SOCIETY'S NEWEST FAD ru?. ZIP-71PPY DINNER SHOW TO-NIGHT at 7 o'Clock Same artiiti ai The MIDNIGHT PARADE THE Famous Batconades BALLROOM. 3rd Floor OPENS AT 9 P M. Kaowa la* World ? Over ta lae S-aarteal Daaciaf Place m N?w York ftu?cL.*t*4y y 66??lt,n v Utb Street, aeai Foarlb Aeeaaa. SHANLEYS ? in? a v 11 ?v ?? MS ia*n. 'J, grlala ?I* Da??. .i . "?? I' tat GARRICK . 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