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.HWtir'Sftl'. ?-TO i i iM ; FORCES' FOOTS SUPERIOR SKILL SEEN IN GREAT DRIVE fere 4re Vie Huskies Who Are Helping Strafe the Boche t rc;. t ..: T.:i m'r.'ii ,Q-TH-Y! SWEEPING SOUTH Market Street Store Opens 9 o'cto'ck, Closee 5 JO INCLUDING SATURDAY SKWxazmmmmmRmw!? M"V. i A k W w WgIfA - FMlDAif JULY ID, 1118 ..' MMfMtfUt'in-i'MWa. - I.' i I , 1 1 i llllJKlnAll w r iv" I. N V c I- !? If w p. ir I k IV h L1?- it Iv - If i 1t Vfx F' -' '-. . i4 German Writer Says En tente Soldiers Took Over Railroad ALLEGES AID NOT ASKED Claims Allied Plan Is to Unite Northern Russia With Cossacks fly fte Associated Press Amsterdam, July 10. Rear Admiral Kemp, nf the British I navy, ha proclaimed the occupation of the northern paction of the Murman rallroH'l hy Hrltlsh, American. Trench and Serbian fnieefl, savs Iar Pehr mann, the StoMdiolm cotriBpotiileiit of vthe Berlin-Voslsche ZeltunB, under date, of July 16. The admiral, he nvs, an- ' nounced tho forces would iivirc.li south- ward, In nccoid with the local Solet authorities and nt the request of the local population for help - Behrmann says tint there are no Soviet authorities In the whole Murman territory. On the entire 40n.mlle "tretch Qf railroad only at half a dozen main points are there sorts of uidimentary political organizations The largest of ' these Is at AIexandrosk,""comprlshiE 4on persons, while the one at Kern has 300 memheis These communities. -Behrmann , declares, were, until some mouths ago,. Boisheoki. but since they h.-ue split mm immerrjus priies, wnosc eerwees po to the highest bidder. Alleges Alii Not Asked Behrmann further alleges lepanllng "a reiiuest for help from the popula tion," that two obscure Russians, one an ex-con let and the other a former gendaime, hac been lra cling aiound In the Intel ests of the Allies, collecting1 adhesions 'to the requests by threats or bribes The newspaper prints an Archai)gl dispatch to the Izvestla, of Moscow, which mentions the arrlnl there of Italian and Serbian officers and men, who, It declares, were disarmed and ex pelled by the local Solcts A zoologlt named Schmidt, who has just leturned to FeVograd from a i trip to Xoitli Hussla, ieport. according to the N'oideufche Algemelne Zeltung. that the British are busy making Kem a strongly fortified place and that the jarllvjn 's well supplied with fond fiom Cngland Belhmann wiltcs that tho Hntente aim Is to link up the Murman coast with the I'ossacks and ("7ech-Sloak operating between the Ural Mountains (tnd the Volga Hlver, for which puipoe . the Archangel-Vologda llallwaj. otters excellent facilities. "Vologda," thp correspondent contln- (,ues, "where four Hntente repretentatles v ate now residing, has become the mot important railway junction for the Stepps set vice, as It Is also connected bv r, hianch line with Perm, wheie lh .CM(c!io-SloaU empire begin1'. .... ,:,,, ii i ..-..' nu u is noun v sisnincam as tie , AUhoug . this stewa- line Ma not jet , fl iarKeVttack nude on our inltia- t .r ""' ,."ann rr.rWSll" -" the beginning of the Gei 1 to, P8.m.rpo. am. .accord-1"0"?"? .-" be" .! !t..?S5tei.i..L.. ii,.' oo. I.. iin, . en-nent for whit he terms Its tmprud- er. l-i allow lug the Kntente dlplomatn to pi to Vologda, from where thev are ibl toiuenlentlv to extend their actlvi- tic to the I'ral region and Siberia i , Lrgeil to Resistance T Imi .mi nl ilmu tn limn I isil t tn a (. I iiianii i, iiini-i iw mi t ..iis. i copy of an tiupeil bv the Solet of Petro7aodhl; goernmmt of Olonets. aci-us'ng Chaliman litsheff of the Mur- ',man dlstr'ct council of conspiracy with tho enenii and In w iileh the local popu latlons are u-ged to resist the Murman foics to the utmost and to blow up br'dges and destioy lallioads. That thi appeal has been effectle already has been shown, says Behrmann, In the appeal. irtsiiTc i3 runner charged with wholesale hilbery of thelRt noon wag neteen two and three lofcal authorities at the liistlsetion of hie r.ntenlR emnlos ers." and, according ."::""'" !.. ..1.-1- 1I., l,... .r, IO oeurmann, mi- ni- " ..v,.,n.. the Murman coast and th fral dlslt let Is Infested with PJntentc agents APPROVE WATER PLANT SALE I of the offensive being crippled in Cham- WriehtltOWIl, T. J., Company's nagne, the other two engaged on the wrtgniBiunu, , . . u., r j west of nheims were urgently summoned Property to Be Ulsposert Ul I to HUpport Berlin w'th a morsel or com Trentnn July 19. The State Board of fort In the shape of the town of Kper rubllc Utility 'commiss oners today ap- , nay. Kpemay lost to us would mean j nunc. "" , it. mn,rt, ,ii,t, cuttng or our communication with the proved of the alt of the propert i ghts halr at ,eas, of the mountalll and franchises of the W rlgatstow n of'ni,elms Hence the converging move Water. Light and Tower Company to ment oflFrt2 on Below from the north the Wrlghtstown Utilities Corporation at a present value of J2000 by the Is sue and transfer or stock or the Han over Water Company, also or Wrights town. Burlington County, to the xalue or c"nnn nni- filue. while it also approved V of the sale or the PlPJIf"'''. "'? ' offensive had lost ground steadily on its V affi.tK,K'ffi1WI.rtto west, had been con- pany for $2500, prov'ded that tne pio ceedings upon which the proposed sale Is based shall be legally amended In confoimlty therewith and vvlll-opprove the pa ment of this consideration by the transfer of capital stock of the Han- r.A-oi,v lii thp umnlint nf 12500. OYCr W"'"!'.''' .-- -" " . . ,, The board aifco gave apurinm ",'"" i IKUm UKA1 1 rUJiS rlRAI Issue and sale.of the following securities " -' u ii by the Hanover Company: J8000 of Its I t capital stock, of which ?250o Is to be r, . . pjnaiv AvrtJ rnf.r "sued o th Wiightstown Utilities Cor-kUaner I01 rna"Y Averted Conler poratlon, and the remaining $5500 is to I ence Announces be used to reimburse Its treasury for ,,,.,. expenditures made or to be made, and ' Dublin, July 19. After another meet tin ooo of Its ten-i tar 6 per cent bonds Ing of .the eiitl-conscrintlon ronfcreik-e to be issued at n6t less than 90 per cent to reimburse it; treasury for cap- . u.JU,imaii b Ali B In 1 SVnf4f ital expenditures made or to be rnade. RED CROSS SEEKS NEWSOFQUENTIN By the Associated Press Waahlncton, July 19, Every effort is being made by the American IWd Cross through the International Bed Cross in Switzerland to obtain definite word of the fate of Lieut. Quentln Roosevelt, who fell with his airplane behind the German lines on Sunday. If the young aviator Is prisoner In Oerman hands, the 'possibility of. which la Indicated In cable dispatches from France, the Red Cross may receive in formation to tills effect within three or our da, although the length or time frequently lequlred to learn the fate or avlatois ranges from two weeks to three months. Soissons Railways ' Useless to Germans Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger Cppirlaht, J9I, by Ntw York Timta Co. London, t July 19r The latest reports show that the report that, the French had. recaptured -Solssons was , Incorrect, but, as General Maurice points out,- Monte de Paris, which is now In French 'hands, completely dominates the Uowfc and even If the Germans re-tin'jUie- town, tye railways pass- las through t,cn beta command- Jri,A... 'Mflu i- V, 'tt $f '"? -s -j j .v,n & v2?7 Jti vvHHHHHr ftej- w ii flHS!rr: v tfMHr--- JIL. !. , I waSK3trKKUMtl9t ' ' C H EiMMr nMMKr jHBtfrtflflHE-f'----L-i----l---- s iHV gg .MB ir! "7JEHVI 4P-l -T -lr i H'jR.M 3pirkT P IJ!Mif Jri f-HRr, Ji l5Wfyi IKLydtlt I -Em iraMlE"- J ,JPLi&-K 'Li - fffcHflHKfl irf---y---trnfgjj P).SIrrNrf - weHRr J -..v HP s - -H-lroK"'-nM JP 1 I If Ll--nl aHV ls'rl 1 s yMBHni Sr ,?3 - fi F -iir--"i I v I iHIntKVn-iml i I HIHHBHkH1HHHK9 M'sK Si P I H Ul SaBI i SWBWiM Mi -BWBMPHPmBBp-' 1 1 TXW.7&.Sxxi &xK'SX&hV'i. Kroail-tlioulderril Aincriian ulilicr who arc among lluc parliripjtine in the 'iifrei'ful olfenir north of Chateau Thierry, With pas masks hung about their neck, they are read) for a gas attack or anj olher contingency RUDE AWAKENING F0RV0NB0EHM . , Germans in Aisne - Marne Salient Stricken in Rear by Drive NOW BETWEEN 2 FIRES ' Attack Is Clear Demonstration of Strength and Spirit of Allied "Forces By G. H. PKRRIS Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger Covirhht, lit, by A'cu Vorfc Times Co. With the French Armies, .Inly 19. After a nlsht or omens In hours of sheet llghtnlna and wind, Oeneral -ton Boehm was awakened by a more ma terial shock. The French and Amer icans, who ought by now to be dis abled, but are not, had impudently taken advantage of his pie-occupation to break Into his back premises be tween the Alsne and the Marne. This attack on a fiont of over twenty miles from Ambleny to the Cllgnon vallev north of Chateau Thierry is a clear demonstration of the strength ami spirit of our Allies, and it is doublv significant as the I cause of Its shape and direction Commenced at dawn under coer of n powerful rolling barrage, it tooK the cnemv completely by surprise. The resistance in the German fipnt lines was not eiy effective, and It was lonly after set oral hours that It gath- eied strength juennwmie the trench infantry had made (jood progAss from Rctz and the Savleres nlley. reach-ln-r Parnant. Raconln, Voucastllle. ' A'illers-Helou and Xoroy on the Ourcn and south of it Maiizy, Alonnes, Courchamps and Torcy duiing the morning. As I write, hard fighting Is going on along this line, and In general our Allies maintain their ad vantage. The average Franco-American advance mllis Particularly severe ioombats ,. .u..ji. .., f Sarnnin nmnnH nriiuinui..iiiu.- ,-.... Vlllers-Helon and on the upper Ourca about Noroy and Marlzy. AVlthout attributing to this attack any decisive Importance, a glancfe at the map shows Its interest. The two Ger man armies constituting the main arm of the Marne, striking out furiously southeastward, while Von Boehm crossed the river and turned east along1 the perilously narrow road of its south bank. In other woida, the main fighting force of the German salient between the iMA . t. rnn .. hui. kara i, verged toward the east. Already arrested in the latter direc tion, it Ms now smitten on what practi cally has become its rear. It la In the most literal sense between two fires. ' w..w w.r . -rm nAfc an official report'was issued stating that (h re3U)t oI tne conferenca so rar was- 1 satisfactory and successful. The antl-cnnscrlptlonlsts are entitled to claim, the statement says, that "they have succeeded, with the co-operation of the Catholic hlerachy, In saving the country from measures which would In evitably r have led to terrible and in calculable consequences." "For tho moment the danger la averted, but not finally "disposed .of," the statehiei.t adds! "and all preparations made ror dealing with the conscription menace should be carefully fcept in ex istence." BERKS TEACHERS QUIT Male Instructors Enlist in Army. Women Go Into Other Work ""Re-dlng, Pa., July 19. Nearly 100 male teachers in Berks County have en listed In the army In the last term, ac cording to the annual report ot County Superintendent Ell M. Rapp sent to Harrlsburg. Others are working In mu nition plants -at more than double their pay as teachers. Many married women have had to ba impressed Into service as teachers, the report shows, and the coming term la ex pected to show a further loss, not only in male teachers called Intq the army, btft In malelteacners mer ih. Hnfi o.. and In girl, Instructors who will forsake the schools because of higher waies elsewhere, i Another Woman Out for Congreii Helena, Mont., July 19. Mrs. H n MacOonald, or BuUe, has" filed her pe tlon with Secretary of State 7 Steward as a candidate ror congress qn the Demo cratic, ticket In the western, district. Her platform dclarea foj- winning the war go as to bring vrlastlng peace and the iitnHm..wnwi,w v ,ialf WKiWMH WWvnf,V' m.wv. '"?: - .xt.?' - ' - .s.; 's,.ci- jjv,? . ,rviK-iXTiiVccsx,-m.w,i: K'BJwsasfws HERTLING ATTACKED AS HOLLWEG WAS OVER SPEECH ON BELGIUM Conservatives Deeply Disappointed, All More So as Kuchl- ni a nil's Fall Was Considered Victory for Pan-Germans. HintzeVPolicy Unknown Special Cable to Eiening Public Ledger Copyright, illK, h'j Krm York Timm Co, The Hague, July 19. Speculation on Von Hlntze's future policy still runs rife In Germany, al though the press Is now more guarded In evpresslons, of opinion concerning him than when he. was mentioned as a pos sible candidate for the Foreign Secre tar.vshlp . Herr Stein, the Berlin correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeltung, sas that the Conservatives are deeply disappoint ed over Chancellor von Hertllng's state ment regarding Belgium, and all the more so as Von Kuehlmann's fall was considered a victory In the Pan-German ranks Hertllng Is now attacked just as Bethmann-HollweR was, sav.s the paper, but the Conservatives cling to the fact that he met the Junkfis' wishes In his first speech. The paper t.-s thaL Hertllng has clearly supported the pio gram of the majority party. AMERICAN ARMY FELT BY AUSTRIA-HUNGARY Budapest Paper Also Frankly Admits 250,000 Losses in Italy Special Cable to Eiening Public Ledger London. .Tutv 11 The Pester I-lovd. or Budapest, pub lished a long article, according lo ad vices to the Dally Express, explaining the Austrian defeat in Italy, where It Is now admitted 250,000 Austro-Hunga-rlans were killed, wounded or captured The semiofficial journal's frank state ment may be summed up as follows: The Austro-Hungarlans, who have a number of divisions In the Ukraine, were in numerical Inferiorlt. The sin gle front of the allle-i (Teutonic) Is now working normally. American Interven tion Is having Its effect. "If all the Americans disembarked sre not fit for seivlce In the trenches, their weight has alreadv begun to be felt to such an extent that they must be considered seriously," the paper says The Allies, especially the Italians, have greatly ameliorated their methods of war. I Japan Decides On Intervention Continued from Tnae One an American propoal to s"nd Ameri can troops to Siberia, The newspaper declare the Japanese Government has decided to accept the suggestion made by the American Government that Japan alsp send troops. According to Information in Toklo, the plans or the United States In Russia are twofold: First, military assistance to the Czecho-Slovaks, and. second, giving gen eral ecnnom'C help tc Russia The United States Is described as hold Ing that the Czecho-Slovaks should not be abandoned. It Is said there Is no desire on the part or the Ameilcin fioernment lo Intervene In Russian affalrs,-but that It favors the dlspafch of sufficient forces to leave the Czecho-S!oaks free to In sure the safe arrival at Vladivostok of their comrades In the Interior. The Impression here Is that Japan. In a spirit of co-operation with her allies, will follow the suggestion and. like thw Americans, send troops. Great Britain and France, It is said, will send small contingents so as to make the movement Inter-Allled. Many Japanese leaders, however, favoi more extensive military movements In Siberia than have been suggested by the United States. Their ideas are based on combating the eastward extens'on of German Influence and the safeguarding of Japan's interests. It Is suggested as not unlikely that the Japanese Gov ernment, responding to this opinion, which Is growing, may open negotia tions with the United States iind the Entente Governments concerning the wisdom or Intervention In Russia which, while chiefly directed by Japan, would be supported by all the Allies. The Indi cations are that the statesmen who guide the p'ollc'es of the empire desire to work in close harmony with the Allies and the United States. By the fuociafed Press Toklo. July 19 Czecho-Klovak forces have followed up their mllltarv successes In Siberia by requesting assistance, and especially military aid. from the Entente, There io great activity in Japanese ofnc'al circles and the newspapers de vote columns to the pubject of inter vention. They dwell on the great extent of the expedition and speculate regarding fthe number of divisions Japan will send to Siberia. The newspapers say Emperor Yoshlhito has postponed his departure ftom Toklo for his summer villa on ac count of Important developments. It is remarked that any action In Siberia must have the support of the Japanese political groups. Ex-Premier Salonjl, ex-Mlnlster of Home Affairs Hara and other political leaders are hurrying to Toklo. ' . i r - V, Few Take Firemen Ten nni fifteen oeriona todav took civil service tet for nosemen. ,wur' The Tagehlatt repoits that Von Hlntre has arrived at Clnlstianla to take of ficial leave" of the Norwegian King. It reports an Interview which Von Hlntze had with the Morgenhlad. in which he refused to m?ke a statement on Ger many s lorclgn pollc. but said that he had alwn.vs endeavored to maintain the modus Vivendi between Germany and Norwav In connection with this statement .vour correspondent learns from Nor wegian diplomatic circles that Von Hlntze's reputation a an ultra Pan German was not considered In Chris tlania to be melted and that his pollc.v during his Fhort diplomatic career there might be justly Interpreted as mod erate. Prof Kuno Me.vet rijs In the Tagllehe rtiindschHU that Vnn Ttlnlo le j l,lil. page as far as his policy Is concerned, I but for tho-e who had the good luc-k to travel with him on the steamship tt.vndam from New York to Rotterdam In Mj, 1JU7, he was a human factor. HAMMOiNTON GAS RATE IS INCREASED TO $1.90 New Jersey Utilities Board Grants Petition of Company for Boost Trenton, July 19, In the matter of an application of the Hammontop and Egg Harbor City Gas Company for pe-mlssion to lncreasp Its rates for g-s from M.35 per thousand cuh'c feet on bills paid bv the tenth of w ith a rebate of ten cents per thousand cubic feet on bills paid hy thetenth of the month on the ground that the ad- Vance was necessary for the profitable operatlbn of the concern, the Mate Board of Public l"t lilt v Commissioners toda renurrru .1 oei iion in wiucn li luunu and conilurles, us foliowi; llNche Zeitung, of Ksspii telegraphing That the gross rate per thousand cubic from main headquarters Tuesday, fivs: feet of gas sold shall he $l.9n. that this, 'The eneni. composed of French. Ital rate 'hall be subject to a discount of 'an and American;,, fought ver ten centu pel thousand cubic feet II !i, 'm,,n.,j,ll .. , ,, !Val.1 "JSr ,llT, lent" ,f ",e "TU anU "luadror I of slxtv Vrench bombing 'alr ir the hill shall have been rendered ten planes burst forth from low -U ing clouds da.vs prior thereto, that gas through and pelted the roads of lie Maine Valley prepaid meters shall he charged ror at the rate of $1.80 per thousand cubic feet, that this schedule shall be effective for all sales made on and aftei the date of this report, that the hoaid will re tain jurisdiction in the matter and ac ceptance bv the company or the Increas ed rajes khall be taken as a stipulation that abrogation or modification of the late mav be made as and If conditions IndlcXted by operating results wan ant. and beglrnlng nt the effectl' ft date of the new schedule the company is to render reports monthly to the board show lug the operating revenue", operating Mle- ductlons excluding general aniort'zatloii. nonoperatlnc Income, Income deductions and balance available for amortization, dividends, and surplus and amount ap propriated for genel)i anioi tljitlon for each succeeding calendar month with comparison with the figures for the cor-ref-ponding month of 1917. SUES OVER SERVICE FLAG Soldier's Mother Objects lo Another Woman Flving Emblem Wilkra-nsarre. Pa.. Julv 19 Whether a mother whose won prefers residence with other relatives has the sole right to fly a service flag in honor of his en listment is u ciuestlo-i police ortlclals aie tr.vlng to sohe In a case of false pre tence brought by Mrs. Robert Van Bus klrk, of Forty Fort. She accuses Mrs. James Faust of misrepresenting con ditions when she continues to dlsplav a .one-starred flag In honor of William Van B-uskirk, demilte the fact that the boy enlisted while boarding at the Faust home. 'PVT I I ll B-P-l r(srHKi I fJru w "i-M--CT-PtJjB iM MiW v JKmgsJJiLse doesn't knout Jm k,-VJJL,r- wotrld clear her skin "She would be a pretty .Wasn't- for that Unsightly . 1 ft . . ii. . . I ion: nut tne reamar use oi Sbap, aided at first by a little Resinol Ointment, would probably make it clear, fresh and'cnarmlng. If a poor BKin is your nanuicap, uejfi" I the Resinol treatment and Military Critics , Laud His Marvelous Conservation of Reserves t Ry the Associated Press Paris, Jul ID. The liveliest admhatlbn Is expressed In competent circles over esterda s feat of arms, and every credit Is given the officers who carried out the attack Military critics are deeply Impressed by the assault as being further and finer proof of General Koch's marvelous han dling of his. troops thrbughnut the ear's campaign. 'He has so husbanded them that, while continuously fighting defen sive battles, he has alwas found men with which to deal a counter-stroke at the right place and at the right mo ment. Usually, It Is declared, the gen eralissimo has surprised the Germans, who had underestimated the French ie serves llie newspapers Inlentlonalh give little Information In regal d to tlm li' tile going on and the resultsohlalned The hold themselves general! to the of ficial statement All the critics ale en thusiastic over the succeis obtained H taking the Initiative,, It Is held, Uenetal Koch has compelled the Germans at the moment of boasting that the were de livering a supreme peace assault, lo use theli reserves at the point and time selected by the generalissimo The Kcho de Pails eprescs the con viction that the Franco-American suc cess will be confirmed fully toda It sa.vs the German general staff will do Its utmost to straighten out Its affairs, but the Allies have the upper hand The question for Geneial I-udendorff now is not whether to enter Kpernav, declires the Matin, bi.t to consider means for the salvation of the divisions he has thrown across the Maine. Henri BIdou savs the fact thai the Gei man reserves Intended to support the offensive of July 15 have ruhed to the rc-cuc of General von Boehm makes thr contlnuat'nn of the cpem drho towaid I perna difficult. Whit will the enemv rto" anus BIdou "Will he attempt to continue tae offensive maneuver southward while de fending himself on the west or will he. on the other hand, slacken his hold' Will he attempt a counter-maneuver' We have arrived at the moment when the man'pulatlon of the French divisions Is going to be decisive and In tii.it game we may believe that the last word has not been said." Colonel de Thomason writes that common prudence dictated that General I,udendorff should keep forces In re- '" t( parr' thrust on tne rigni ."""" VIENNA HEARS OF U.S. MILLION Newspaper Admits Truth of American Forces in France B)J the Associated Press The Hague, Jul 19 tn outspoken comment on the growth of American strength In France, the Socialist Ar beltcr Zeltung. of Vienna. as there is no doubt that more than a. million Aiperlcan troops already hive arrived In Europe. II declares that this Is a feat of oiganizatlon as amazing as the creatli.n of the British army. "American participation in the fight ing" It adds, "lnti eases the German task to one of gigantic magnitude It Is easllv understandable that the Ger mand command is tr.vlng to rcaih a great decision before the full weight ot the United States ! felt " ADMITS ALLIED BRAVERY . German War Corrcsitonrleiit Savs . . r:l.. pi i ' Americans Fight Couragcouilv By the Associated Press Amsterdam, July 10. The war corre- cnonHpnl nl Ih. riholnanh. Wnlofap. wnn umi ni epinsne. The newsnaner. commenting edltoilallv on the battle In the Khelms region sas it Is to be assunud that the Allied re sistance will grow considerahlv mninr. and that some davs will elapse before me renisiance is tuny nrohen. Seashore Excursions 4 TO ATLANTIC CITY Ocean City, Wild wood, Cape May EVERY DAY UNTIL SEPT. 7 Kxrent ptemlier S 7:00 A. Vf. from Chestnut or Sooth Nt. Ferry. Returning leave Nraahore Polntu fl-00 P. .VI. Additional Train Sundajs for 'Atlantic ltr nt 7:30 A. M. Fur WIMnond und Cane May (Schel llnirr'n Iamdlnc onlj) nt B-So A, M. Returning additional train Irivu Atlantic City only ut U:15 P. M. ROUND TRIP FARE BEGIN NING SUNDAY, JULY 21 $1.25 War Tax tne ridltlnnal FBK TO M l M nifi MATIRUXY. JUI-V SO, .7S War Tax Uo Additional girl, u it - Rt,tnol SoiP ,nd RMtno, Complex-, Ointment are eicelltnt, too, T I 1 Irm tk ..... , el.. L..I- J.. nesinoi ".." i ' psltlnc tUtidruA and kcepirr the hiir lit omlluitruut. 'All druKlli't aell Rcslnol Soaa and Retlnol Ointment. Tit Rtufl Trmlmmt r IM ntimgtluUuldwjttrt using see how . ma i ., T LONDON CHEERED BY FOCH SUCCESS Newspapers Express Relief and Gratitude for Yester day's Counter-Stroke FIERCE BLOW EXPECTED No Illusion That Germans Have Yet Been Decisively Defeated By the Associated Press l I onilor, Jul 11 There Is a strong note of relief and of gratitude In the newspaper tomment this morning on Geneial Foch's success ful counter-stroke between Solssons and Chateau-Thierry, which is hailed as the mosi cheering news for months, news which. It Is admitted, -seemed too good to be true. Heartv tributes are pild to General Foch's fine strategv and leadership, while In several of the newspapers em phasis Is laid on thp view that his sue cess has been due to the reorganization which placed the Allied command under one head The courage and dash of the Franco Amerlcsn troops also are warmlv praised The rejoicings over Thui-da.v's events, however, are tempered in the belief ex pressed bv the newspapers that the Ger mans hae not et been beaten, and that thev by no means have exhausted their forces The opinion Is put forward that t I, A r!A-niin, it,,, a tni 1, r , r n.m .rvnrt . ., 1 ,ni- MMiiinti- ,,iu- , i imiv r-nntiril Ulll.l 1 thirty of their total strategic icserves of between seventy and eighty divisions What w ill happen when these are brought t Into action Is awaited with deep Interest, bv the mllltaiy writers It Is clear from the dispatches from the front that there Is no illus'on of a I v'ctory alread achieved, and that fierce German effort Is exp-cled to fol low as a counter to General Foch's Initial success Seemingly nobod on th front or In well-informed quarters here expect the German high command to abandon the game until the last card Is plaed New August Numbers of Q)lumbie r j.Jg nm jPC 4Wa SMt H-hl r ll :firmll i mxKL Lazaios Glorious !Asre Maria with Jacobsen Obbligitto Perhaps the most popular aria in all the world isJJach-Gounod's Ave Maria. 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