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y "S L 'T ' &rj,y&4m w-ffv.?! wa , ::,,iw4;aFinvw- - r.V'.iViJi.usvr'i jrujoiu- jujvfx rjrjajLLv" . .--y tv in. ' '.. r:-. .: nxMvv-A I ... ' '"-'. r-r "" V '"-, , ENTHUSIASM AS SELECTED M EN LEAVE M 1 1 ... -j,f ? .- '. .. DIVIDE ROOKIES CHEER BOYS GOING OVER ttffl TWICE CITED vi.sAiiiiu'i.";;L'J"it tJi'i'i't'jLti 4lllAIAMoMtftff1fiMf ; iniriii vairc, ciinuB men 11 lias uwn ?t- flcallS announced that lit was a prltpar in a.Oerman camp. .miwMp&i-tf svwtf-wpsfisssywr -smmtn z&tev&mr:''&r Jv' ii.r i -A.V.' French Official journal Tell of American's Bravery fly' the Atsocialed Press Paris. July- IS. Six American cita tions appear In the Official Journal.' Two of these rriake mention of Lieutenant Paul f. Baer, of Mobile, United States flvlng corps, praising' "his remarkable audacity In making six flights In one day and bringing down two Germans." The second citation, dated June 4, says: "Lieutenant Baer brought down his lhih iiemv nlrnlane. and did not hesi Report. They Are Masaactihg Re OF COAL 35 CHEMICALS BURN PAINTER Explotion, Follows Investigation f Barrel With Lighted Mslrli Marry White, thirty years ,old, 401 East qlrardt avenue, employed by Llnlon Fowler, palntng contractors, at GQ6 North Eighth street, was severely-burned about the head and face this morning when chetiilcals exploded In a suppos' edly empty palni barrel Into which he had thrust 'a lighted match. He was taken to Roosevelt Hospital,"1" A slight Male followed trie cxpljjflon. -T treating Aitstro-Hunganana Paris, July lS-i-tBy 1 N,,S.). Ar hanlnil troops aro In revolt nnd are massacring the AUstro-Hungartan sol diers, who are. re'.. eating towards Durax zo, according lo ndvlces received here today. ' v. , Durazzo; Is one of the principal porta on the Adriatic In northern Albania, Zeppelin Falls in Flames . Amsterdam. July 19. A Zeppelin fell fr, m a Selected Men on Way Camp Meet Soldiers at Station- to Those Splitting Threatened by ' Administrators t tate the next day to attack within the enemy lines a patrol of superior num bers, with which he engaged In a fierce. "GO GET 'EM,4' IS SLOGAN CASE IS CITED combat rrom wnicn ne nin noi return. Lieutenant Baer was reported missing In flames 'at the German frontier near frtalhelm on Mondav evening, the Rot- Big Contrast Between New Re cruits and Fighters in Khaki Noticed terdamsche t.ourarrt nnnounccs today. Who Received Part of 's ; . frFriead'g Anthracite Made tmWt to Put It Back ."sd3,(,r rBCllce Dl nousriiuiueiM uniuuiK top, says the county fuel ad ktlon. ators of this order will be' ar- .lMH.and prosecuted, stated Francis A. , teWUVjCounty administrator. i , ftakttUI'4H tl'M. ttinft- rwMil .i-IIH frt.nHs '-.tllt.aiiiTies or two melt found dividing six I f Of. coal from the George B. Newton ay were-made public today The .'M.k.k I.-.! !..-. .1 ....... 1.. nwnu n&u rri.nni iiirpw lunrc nc 1 Had; not ordered was Informed he must I jtlkaraj.the coal removed from his cellar I .placed In that of the original pur- . Only Took Half Order t miifDvli Fulton, 4053 Aspen street, or-1 4erM?the coal. A driver appeared at p.-Fitftwi'a' home with six tons, three pea rf.Wt three ess. Kulton ordered him tu qlwtttV the pea coal Into the cellar, but I i&tta'attlie the egg coal to his friend, ' DaMel UriHarrl. Forty-flrst street and I I'MMHUiL This the man did, but $:'. iT-irS- l-- -..- ...k.. Un ralnhnnil till a; ;.wpwrveotiincitii;ir "nun iic ,..... i K :th "company's yard. l1ifeIThlt(.wapplng of coal causes loo EMiM'ehconfuston and prevents us from j F,1, fflHns' n accurst: i uu i .. ?VW.V'ri man has." said Mr. Lewis. 'r &,ewls announced that dealers fc-tMlW'i allowed to charge forty cents ;iVinifo"KcRrrylnK coal Into cellar?. The fVoUt-'Drlce was. twenty-five cent. r'i&TtA fuel administration here hn re is'JJce'.Ttd BO.-notlce from Washington modi. PiXttn$ttrit recent order denying coai 10 feiSfirsw 'materials has been ucd to u. W. Bersner, neau 01 Association In till' city. rill not be cut o(T Mr WitMMMii' .xhn has Just returned from &Whln'ton. said the fuel adm'nlstratlon iShaVdecJjJcd to allow breweries fifty per .irMntrofthtlr norma! renutretnents. KSsiBUt the fuel administration hero ha' PgMbeen' notified of no change in me "- fcaWmit order. . . IMWfcTJie, anthracite Industry I? laying FWk6 nights' trying u. uevi.-e i .." 5prctlcUvways tu Kivn the public more SSfiVjoalOne'plan Is to use newcomers from && eastern theatre of war as lecturers. i?vThj,wfk' of such Czechs. Hungarians. , ;SJaIrWthuanlan and others would be S".Wlrresent the war situation to mine . at'&lWrkerrZKUh first-hand facts of Ger- ,rmj,njimy mu i uiuir i... - 'SsiWt."ettin.T out more coal to beat! Ri TwjiV.ln the present world war for . f ," r .". . . i rJHpnP ! ISTECHERQUITS " : wMmmSmmM 1 recreation body sSmIHL Tp'r ' t !? ' "V" "::' I j l laygrounds Association HyHHHAmT ' '' yHHi Opens Campaign to Free WSlilmmM 1 - M Board of Politics wmi - y & i . I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmamaammamaiimm Zjatxc-xx-i. ux -,i .: ,xii.,M,iaamXLiumm "real lliron; iltiC)"eil tin' ileparlurc (if more I'liilmlrlpliia liovi from llic Knltitnnre anil Ohio htalion tndav PERSHING CONFIRMS ' MANGIN REGAINS U. S.-FRENCH VICTORY HIS VANISHED GLORY American Platoon Operating East of Rheims Kills 21 German Raiders French General, Disgraced by ''Defeatists" in 1917, Wins Honor in New Offensive 4" froedonnaiid democracy. St'lff Wit ' "' hardens jfMtXi'rHl cardens may be forred to JfNMHf Dottle fuel aomintiraium ui inc " Tltiin-liM'T program restricting cle- '.& aarvli. tt5sVelvtors are perirrltfed to run in ;-Mto' halldlngx after :30 o'clod; and siki!-MUitiiMM man runnot Bo. to his office twWta'qVwas. Hotels have not been iVdawrivWrof running elevators In the ?,evln(nd roof g.-rdens are still open. DRAFTINGDOaORS P -fPhiIielBhia Phvoicians Take Fa- IJliViHbe View of'Pla ans Slelans take a favor- conference held In j.ij)Ph!a phy; f.W :vi.w of the K'-iihliiiftJBn yesterday afternoon, at psKien';wire discussed the Government's By ip Associated Presn . Wasblngton, July 13. General Pershing's communique for yesterday confirms press reports of the complete success of yesterday's attacks between the Alsne and the Marne. by combined American and French forces. The dispatch follows: Section A American troops, co-operating with the French in an attack on the enemy's positions between the Alsne and the Marne, penetrated his lines to a depth or several miles, capturing many 'Yirlsoner? and guns. .Section B On the night of July 15 to 18. a platoon of our troops operating east of Rheims was attacked by a raid ing party or iweiuj-une i.jriiiiAiin. i,ui ( men went over the ton to meet mem and killed the entire party "with the bayonet without loss to themselves One of our regiments in thin same re gion reports that i party of Germans, with French helmets and coats, nttempU wt to nenetrate one of our trenches. The' General Jrseph Mangfn. who com; manded in yesterday's victorious Franco American attack between the Alsne and the Marne, and has been mentioned fre quently in the press despatches since the beginning of the war, furnishes a shining example of a military "comeback," His record in the first two and a half ; years of the war, was brilliant. He had . won notable triumphs at Verdun In 1916,1 for which he received a letter of thanks' from fJenera! N'lvelle, the then French commander-in-chief, who told iieneral i Mangln he had "added fresh and splen- ui ft"". I" n- u", "J ill i'"niu.ii ,. i. j .l nit- unilir Jizni uc utiiii .-s-s.ta utn- to the Herman f rnwn Prince on tne , Vaeherauvllle - l.olvemont - Besonvaux ridge, the enemy beinsr driven from the, observation post he had set up with in- j finite difficulty and Rreat sacrifice. This laiter achievement caused a lonR and' eostlv delay In the resumption of frown Prince's activities. After this came CSeneral SlanRln's splendid work In the Alsne sector. By the middle of April, 191". the bit French offensive was in full swing between Sols- and OUSTED MEMBERS MEET There were several developments to day In the controversy between Mayor Smith and members of the Ronrd of Ilecreation he dismissed for opposing the appointment of ICdwnrd Ottdehus as supervisor of public playgrounds. William A. Stecher. physical director of the Board of F.ducatlon. resigned today from the Board of Ueeieatlon, declaring he shared the les of the members who were dismissed. Mr. Stecher's resignation had barely reached the Mayor when It was an nounced the Playgrounds Association would start a campaign U. free the Board of Itecreatlon from political domi nation. Plans for a meeting are under way. Mr. Stecher wrote the Mayor he was In hearty accord with Ideals held by the dismissed members Miss Sophia tloss, Krnest 1,. Tustin and the Itev. Dr. Henry Berkowilz. Following the reslgantlon of .Mr. Stecher, a conference of the dismissed nembers was held In the ofiice of Mr Tustin In the f'rozer lluiidlng. Mr. Tustin said the Mayor had the privilege of dismissing him and the others, and that they had no legal ledress. "We did what we could for the. best Interests of the children and the city,' Mr. Tustin added. "Our only request to the Mayor was to hold another ex amination to obtain another candidate for the position of supervisor." Mr. Tustin said that in dismissing the three members, the Mayor gave no spe cific reason for hi? action. Otto F. Mallery. treasurer of tlw. playgorunds association Issued thl; statement: "The members of the Board of Kecrea tlon wStom the Mayor dismissed, have earned the respect and gratltude,of Us all. They did their duty fearlessly. ' Public office Is to them" a public trust. Therefore, the Mayor dismissed them. "The blow struck at them Is a blow at public decency and private honor. Those interested in safe-guarding the children must be prepared for a finish fight. "Politicians must be convinced that It Is as dangerous and unprofitable to at tack the independence of playground the management as to .tamper with the man 1 agement of the public schools. The Board of Recreation has been accorded freedom from political pressure under the administration of Mayor Reyburn Mayor Blankenburg. Xow Mayor b.lMiM to prganlifl a volunteer corps of !7J,?M:m actors m inn connix--; nair u jT'jHjfyte control of them, and allocate them i leader succeeded in approaching our ma SMWrdlM' to the TO't urgent needs of ' chine gunner, posted at this point, say- Si.iiii,.'-.j i,hii , 'nc 'hat he was trencn. nen wiuim u SSJff.11, nd puhlle' short distance of the gun. the Herman 'tI.hVrSH,t heard of the Government s threw a grenade which wounded our Fnns ,) Rheims. and promised to crack Smith has dared to submarine the play- i'iiVU tn,rt,nlze a volunteer corps, saiu ' cunner. The gnnner team mate seizeu ,tiu, oeiriian armv. The French had made i ground ship. (Piifci. .,-: - .,1 ... .i... .. .,.- .- i : . fi-iW-imnwiii .-Neii, niriiii-r uirruivi- m mc tne gun, turnea u on mt uriiiiuii aim pig gains when the offensive was - ;,4JvpKriniMii in ricrtun aim v um iura, pUt mem 10 iiikiiv. I suddenly stopped, and shortly after .arwtI-j think It would De a great Another or our regiments in tne same th8 General Mangln was relieved of his .'.t&Mne 'and materially aid the Govern- ! locality reports that an oincer in Frencli romman,i an(i nlaced in an obscure nost. . 'aMBMn'thla branch of work, rne uov- i helmet ana coai apiroacnra an iiuiimm .. nwnUBant) ehulrt h depended unon to ao- I iruard saving that be was bringing back i&;i(rUD Ah doctors judiciously, and I ' a detachment of French from farther R ' I-.it-. Li' ...in ... .ei. ..! .iUaii fa-An niiri cafiii AdtoH tha cnnrH tint tn t.lPWi Wi "UI1 l WWIR. UUV 'MLI1UUI 11UMI. it ,.M... ... e, ' . 4ftHmfit to the health of this city." 'Are. The detachment proved to be der- ;VAa'h.ard rumor, of uch a move-4 man in French helmets and coat. l,''4pMlt;L(0faoma time, said Dr. Krnest yX&flaccof, 1828 South Rittenhoust Mmtf,-!" peaKin or tne nasmngion - Slll(llncor bui i nne "o niiuwivuBo Theers rattled the very poof, scores of bronzed-faced youths leaned from car windows and clasped hands with husky young Americans going In the opposite direction. Above the bedlam of greetings, and the blare of bands could be heard a new characteristic battlecry "Go get 'em kid." It came from the brand-new rookies bound south for Camp Wadsworth. It was answered with a vigorous "Voii bet!" from those In khaki, bound north, as they attacked sandwiches and coffee, which were handed out in- good propor tions at the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road station by the faithful women who let no soldiers pass unfed. It was the firpt time that the selected man had ever met the trained soldier under such conditions. From every win dow the bronzed fighters from "some where in the United States" heard of the American sweep of victory In France. Flags and hats -waved from the win dows of the north-bound train In a chorus of congratulation. " here yer goin'?" asked one pale face rookie. "We don't know," replied a fellow In khaki, with a vigorous wink. The arrival of the trained. men bound for more fmportant points -had a magic efTect among the mothers, sisters and sweethearts of the selected men about to entrain. Tears were changed to cheers. Mothers realized that their sons would soon be transformed Into the type of strenuous youth who smiled at them from the win dows. One of the khakl-clad boys summed up briefly when he answered several ques tions with the reply, "We're the after usln ad for Uncle Sam." The north-bound train rolled In at 9:25, and the South-bound, rookies had five minutes to chum with their vigorous fighting brothers ' before they steamed out. Those who left this morning were the last contingent of drafted men due to depart for training camps this month. All told, SOo got away, this total being drawn from ten local boards, scattered all over the city. The men assembled at the headquar ters of their respective local hoards be tween R:30 and 7 o'clock this morning, the roll was called and they were es corted to the Baltimore and Ohio sta tion by squads of police. Home Defense Guards and Boy and Girl Scouts. Bands led the parades and played all the popular airs to cheer the boys on their way. Several of the parades merged as they drew near the station and the music of the massed bands was most inspiring. The largest contingent going away to day came from Ical Board Xo. 33, which has its headquarters in the police station at Twentieth and Federal streets, and covers the Thirty-sixth Ward. One hundred and seventy-three of the young men from th section answered to their names when the roll was called at 7 o'clock this morning. The men had been ordered to assemble at Point Breeze ave nue and Twentieth street, and at 7:45 o'clock the parade got under way. First i UHIIIO i unnviiiireiii ji muuiiiru iunt:e, tnen me memoers oi mu weirare com mittee of that section, headed by the president, John A. Moore. Next In line was a company of Olrt Scouts, followed by the Home Defense Guard. The drafted men were next, with the members of the Southwestern Business Men's Association and of the Klein New Year's Club bringing up the rear. The Firemen's Band furnished the music. All the men who went off today were provided with kits, sweaters, smokes and lunches by the Welfare League. FRENCH LABOR BACKS WILSON p?;.C'wit;derflniteiy has been done. I am Confederation Approves Its Lead- The sudden change in front by the French has been charged to Premier! ' Palnleve. w ho was accused of succumb- ' ling to the Influence of the "defeatists," , of whom Callloux was the leader. Pain- I leve denied these charges. 1 Matters stood thus with General Man- I gin wholly out of the running, when ' ("lemenceau came in and routed the a member of the reserve medical aOfMtly 1 jirjiaVjnaJor In that service and have Ma.tTer, since -KWJiJWoaaveit. the administration of ' I don't believe it will era' Adoption of Pe.ace Principles By the Associated Press pSWriaara to secure recruits ror tne rBrmi Ju, iHavas Agency) ' .vj, Tnr, Hvprv uul:lmi ill llic tui fef..every doctor anxious to join." :SL-S; - : In the country The Congress of the General Confedera tion of Labor has approved the adop tion by the confederation leaders or in l,-&&& tLVvVaf.lAMl0 BAUD HAT a UarjDAD ' MAn. ...(,ft.e &nun.latl r T'rpsldent naiiiBi n mn riii. nHrtninv . !'". """-""" r-"-""""" i'l.'llVi'r "' Wilson. Air Fleet BrKAIeiM, of Explosivei on Forts , 'suy "By the united rrets "defeatists." One of his acts was to imprison Calllaux : another was to send j General Mangln back In the field. General Mangln's work with his restoration has been marked by the same dash and courage that gave hlnCj fame In the tarly days of the war, which was exhibited In yesterday s ma; nlflcent offensive. He is the Idol of the men under his command. I The congress adopted a resolution of P approval ny a voie oi " m ., nn ours i n long and animated discussion last PROFITEERS FINED S7300 night. Two In- i , July 19, Fifty-four Italian Haass which were accompanied by ' Maty , hydroplanes, all under the com lint of the famous poet, Gabriel d'An- , Maaio. -made a successful raid on th JMatrlsn harbor of Pola at dawn Wednes- . flay .''it was announced here today. I 'j,1-Flva' tona of bombs were dropped on aUtaryr'establishments as workers ar- r tOvDegin tneir oay laDors. jtal- a-'waramps were standing out to sea MO'aasn to tne assistance of the BKLXorces snouid any help be re- f,W' Ki-raia was prepared for Tuesday ilwhen two airplanes made an expe- I liYr the city and dropped bombs. DEPORTING BELGIANS AGAIN Take 10,000 From Ghent District. Distress Great Amsterdam, July 19 (By I. X. S.). The German military authorities are again deporting Belgians. Word was received today that the Germans are taking 10,000 from the Ghent district, BOO to 2000 being carried off dally. There is great distress throughout Belgium over the barbarous treatment of tne ueigians. Firm Guilty of Furniihine ferior Army Hat? I New Vork. July 19. (By 1. .V S.). 1 Th Peekskill Hat Company, of Peeks kill. X. V . and the H, D. Parmalee & , Co.. of Xewark. X. J., were fined $7500 each today by Federal Judge Manton I for proflteeilng. They were convicted 1 of supplying material for the manu facturers of soldiers' hats inferior to l that specified In their contracts. in connection with tne same case two civilian einployes of the army quartermaster's department. Peter Duffy and Arthur Gilson. were sentenced to eighteen months at Atlanta for passing the Inferior material. rwaa.for the purpose of throwing a i buui inkt reai auacK, Parii Bourse Active whlpli iaa t..t.. in I-...!!... ...ne, antlva nn tatsr. WedneadavVraM. th-,.': VL"!J,ii'i,u"T. ""..-... VfPt'y UPS the aerial 3e-, ei franns 80 centime for cash: exchange &-t. ,nm . ... Ion I-ondon, 27 francs 16 centimes; 5 per aL-aHHrr V.-1.I-J ilZrwr, - " I lent lUUIl. CO II aura ou ICIlimnn, FWfwnasn "tiuj.u tue umian zront. V"N -j(A.rS MARRIAGE LICENSES and nd KfJ J...JJorrmn. ,i. Diamond it. jjucotr. rJ17 Diamond at. wwHi. aniu menmona at, 2K2T Elkhart at., anrl llf4nn. S-'r Elkhart t. ' 'jT?cu,n'' M -N' Oratt at,, and .'kUPort. 282.1 W. Firth at. L-lrar,at., I'amii ril, v t .. E. MrHujh. 1&!8 N.' Br'oad'at. ;r. O'Gara. Camp Le. Va.. and IX Ileno Hotel. th and Vln atl. arf. !?32 f.at, at n,t l-l,l.- hall I no. -JIM'J Maater at. ?SP--WL'T ""en at., and Marj ,MT Oadrn at. i rontr. I'arkton. lid., and ;A. Royaton. Hutler. Hd. liii'rVAi" " M""ry . t- Rudy. Middlatown. ,M.. and uasiie, vMiuuiatown. Hi. laon. 121 1 Hamilton at,, and I.u i. IZIT Wood at. ".,.?A" -1"1 ,t" "na '" a Wilder it. Mia Ilia Hall at., and Mar 1. 0 .V. 2(th at. Bl'N llarlay at., and I.ovcda Ka Harlfy at. ItananiMn. 2SSD Cumberland at.. tcllry. lx3 Hnvla at. HID. sin h- Jwrenca at., and srs. i s. Lawrence at. n, ai: l.uoiowat., and Uidze I' tAidlnw at. tn. lAan i. ypai ai,. ana Mat on. IBM N, Opal at. ,i'., oanora at., and :ms catsanna at. I ;R..Boao ara., aod Franco-American Success Stops German Offensive By the United Press With the French Armies in the 'Field. July 19. With one wide, sweeping smash the French and Amerjcan undid Virtually all ihat had been accomplished by the latest German offensive. In fact they brought that effort to a standstill while advancing themselves, tearing- through the enemy lines at some points to the depth of six miles. Some of the most spectacular cavalry charges in history have contributed to the Allied movement. The Kranqo-A'merican success ia go complete' that it foreshadows the time now regarded as Inevitably pproachinB when the Germans nauat -give ground everywhere. Thin Endy Hair orThickandHealthy? A scalp cared for by Cutlcura usually means' thlckglossy hair. Frequent shampoos with Cutlcura Soap are ex cellent. Precede shampoos by touches of Cutlcura' Ointment to' spots of dandruff, and Itrltatlon of the scalp. Xothing better for the complexion, hair or skin. Sampla Karli Free by Mall. Ad drtss postcard: "Catleara, Dept. U, Beates." 8oM everywhere- Soap Sle. AVer) Lov? Price For Buckle Pumps WITH SPECIAL STYLES AND VALUES $ White Buck Gray Buck Tan Calf Cordo Calf" Black Calf Patent Colt Buckles 50c up 490 yplk MvA-ftd www -;, '',,1 'i'-Mr f '.NV. .i Sir OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL .30 P. M. 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