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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 12. 1918 PAGE FIVE WAR REVIEW OF THE DAY Republican A. P. Leased Wire Another week has passed without a renewal by the Germans of the orfen halted before Amiens In April, and came to a definite pause on Us right flank before the barrier of the Flan leru lull just as tlie month of May was cippninif. Evit ince the rostly defeat of Gen eral von Arnim's army in a desperate ias.-i.ult on the front southwest of Vpres nearly two weeks ago. the be fclnninc; of a new effort by the enemy either hei'o or on some other front has . heen looked for from day to day. Pos Hibly the Germans have been waiting for some allied counter blow, which they felt able to withstand, and there fore hoped would be dealt. Play Waiting Came I fthls was the case, they must have lieen disappointed by tho waiting at titude of General Foch, which it is felt now will compel the enemy to reveal his further purpose with little delay, as time iH ore of the things he cannot afford to squander, with the A9meriean forces now summing to formidable numbers. If, as is considered certain, the Ger mane have employed such time as they have felt impelled to spend In building up the machinery for a new attack on an even greater scale than before, it is equally sure that the alliod armies under their unified com mand have not neglected to employ the interval in making every preparation possible to meet the German blow. Allies Are Alert Every day evidences the alertness of the alliod forces. Numerous minor op erations have been taken to improve their positions on tho various fronts and their artillery fire has been di rected to equally good purpose in breaking up the organizing efforts of the enemy. Airplane raids without number, in wtncli the superiority of the entente air forces has been clearly shown, have served the same end, besides being not. ably productive of valuable informa tion, vhile innumerable infantry raids have been almost uniformly fruitful in an informative sense. Betterments of the allied position re ported yesterday included an advance by the French on the. Flanders front in tho neighborhood of Locre, where the approaches to Mont Rouge, one of the . bulwarks of the allied lines, have , thereby been made more secure. Carve Into Germans Far to the south of the Somme. on the southerly side of the great Mont- didier salient, French troops likewise carved a slice out of German held ter ritory near Orvlllers-Sorel, seven miles southeast of Montdidicd. As a complement to btth the opera. lions, there were numerous successful raids, notably one by the French in f the region north of Grisvnes, southeast of Amiens, near the point where Gen era I I'etain's troops made a notable advance as the result of a local attack Thursday and another along the lino southeast of Montdldier. The British carried out profitable raiding opera tions near the western end of the Lys salient in Flanders. Hun Fears Rust Bear Indications are multiplying that Ger many's position in the east Is causing her uneasiness, She Is reported to nave made additional demands on Rus sia which are said to have affected sensibly tho sentiments of the Holshe viki, wiiose attempts to weld an army , into shape trsj Germans are attempting to thwart. In the Ukraine the situation is even moi-e disturbing to the Germans, ac cording to current dispatches, which announce a growing anti-German sentiment because of the repressive measures of the Teutons. To meet this, additional German troops are being sent to tho disturbed region, tho west em front even being drawn upon for cavalry, dispatches from Dutch sources announce. These report Bavarian horsemen arriviug at Liege, Belgium, on their way to the Ukraine. Troops of the new national army of the Lrnted tstates paraded through London Saturday, three battalions of them, to tho plaudits of large crowds and tho compliments of Klhg George, I'remier Lloyd George and other not nbies. LITCHFIELD POLK PATRIOTIC PEOPLE F.uiployes of the Southwest Cotton company at Litchfield, -t miles west of Phoenix, subscribed to $7,000 bonds of the third Liberty loan. This was ::0 per cent more than the allotment for the town of J2.000, according to advices from Litchfield yesterday. Tho town was recently established by the cotton company. TRAVERS DEFEATED NEW YORK, May 11. John An derson of the Slwanoy Country club Mount Vernon. N. Y., and Walter Hagen, the Rochester professional de feated Jerome Travels of Upper Mont clalr, N. J., and Jim Barnes, the west ern open golf champion, now repre senting the Broadmoor Country club, Colorado Springs, Colo., In a Red Cross golf mutch over the links of the Garden City Country club, near Gar den 'City, Long Island, today, two up and one to play. The best ball totals were 72 and 74. Another Red Cross match was de oided today at the MontClalr Golf dub. MontClalr, N. J when Mrs. W. A. Gavin, champion of the women's Metropolitan Golf association, defeated Robert White, the home professional, by up and 2 to play. White con ceded Mrs. Gavin nine strokes in the nineteen hole round. o WESTERN LEAGUE RESULTS Sioux City was Sioux City St. Joseph OMAHA. N'eh., Mav 11. Omaha easily defeated Fes Moines. Score: R. If. E. 1H-3 Moines Ml 000 00 3 10 4 Omaha 302 401 00 10 14 1 Batteries: ockel, Pressen and I'.rren; Vangilder, Fuhrand Pratt. ST. .lOSKPII. May 11. St. Joseph defeated. Score: R. H. E. . .010 J01 0003 6 3 . .101 J03 00 6 8 2 flatteries: Meyer anf Lich; Luschen nnd Hachnnt. HUTCHINSON'. Kas May 11. Errors n pop-up flies by Cenroy, local third baseman, let in two Topeka runs. Hits got the other two and the visitors de feated Hutchinson. A home run by Jtriebe.k, Ifjtchinson first baseman, ihe third for Mm in four days, scored the home club's runn. R. H. K. Topeka 0'ij 010 000 4 9 1 Hutchinson 0J0 000 300 3 8 2 Batteries' J ivnej and Manion; Gra liam nrt Banner. JOfLlN. A o.. May 1. Wlchlta-Jop-lin game postponed, rain. MAHAN HONORED BOSTON. May 11. Edward Malian, former iia.vard football champion. Enow a soreeant in the marine corps, lag ono of i"1 enlisted men selected to fctfend tne lir!t marine corps officers' ioralnins rutin to.be. held at Quan tlro, Va. THE STORE OF SERVICEj THE HOUSE OF COURTESY CONTINUING for One Week Our Sale EXTRAORDINARY of Women's Ready -to-W ear Garments Whatever garments that may be in stock at the end of this week will revert to their former prices. We state this so as to give all an opportunity to buy their tailored suit, coat, dress or skirt now. Do it while the discount is on. Women's Tailored Suits 38 Discount This positively and absolutely means your unrestricted choice of any tailored suit now in stock no reserves Wool, Silk and Jersey Suits Each and every garment a sparkling new, ultra-stylish model, made from the most approved of fashion's favorite fabrics, in all the stylish and staple colors; suits eminently adapted for travel, vacation, mountain or seaside wear. Do not over look this fact your choice of our entire stock at One-Third Less . (lieady-to-wcar Department Second Floor) See Window Display $4.00 Silk Blouses $2.95 In all possibly 150 dainty. and stylish silk blouses at a wonderful saving. Blouses of all silk crepe de chine, fancy striped crepes, silk pongees, checked and striped tub silks pret tily and most stylishly trimmcdin all colors and sizes now M Ready-to-wear Second Floor $2 Women's Tailored Spring Coats 33 Discount Garments of real class and service garments that are posi tively man-tailored and custom-made plain and fancy Wools, Silks and Pongees The snappiest and cleverest coats of the season, tailored cor rectly by the most expert workmen, fashioned from the choicest fabrics fine serges, poiret twills, cravenettes, silk poplins, pongees, taffeta silks and fancy tweeds in all the most serviceable and satisfactory colors veritable garments of grace and beauty. Now yours at One-Third Less (Ready-to-wear Department Second Floor) See Window Display. Women's . Colored Silk Dresses 33 Discount The most stylish and talked of silk dresses. Colored silk dresses for afternoon or luncheon wear, street or country club wear. Exclusive model dresses of Foulards, Taffetas, Jersey Cloths Crepe de chines, georgettes, plaid taffetas and combinations; most stylishly distinctive; many exclusive models, each and every one a creation of extreme style, beauty and elegance, reflecting the highest art of dress-making. These in all the dainty, rich and beautiful color tones of the season and all now, regardless of price, quality or profit One-Third Less (See Window Display (Dress Department Second Floor) $2.50 Silk Petticoats $1.98 Silk petticoats of service, made of special weight suiesinne eilk tope, with tailored taffeta flounce, in pretty two-tone color combinations. A petticoat of special summer weight. All sizes; choice, $1.98 Ready-to-wear Second Floor High Class Tailored Skirts 33 Discount Our skirts have the enviable reputation of being the classiest models shown in Phoenix skirts that are positively strictly custom made man-tailored assuring you the Highest Quality Skirts 1 Garments that have that correct hang the hallmark of per fect tailoring. These skirts are made from the finest cream serges, fancy serge plaids, stylish-skirting stripes, rain-proof cravenettes, imperial French serges, cream wide Wale diag onals and wool jersey cloth. These in all the best and most popular colors of the season, in all sizes skirts that for street wear and vacation trips cannot be surpassed. Remember the price now is (See Window Dispay) One-Third Less (Skirt Department Second Floor) A Most Pleasing Showing of the latest models and newest styles in "Sassy Jane" House and porch dresses and bungalow aprons. Really the cleverest creations In Inexpensive tub dresses to be found on the market; most carefully made, artistically designed, cunningly pretty; made from absolutely last colored, tub-proof materials. In all the fancy plaids, checks and plain color combinations; chic and service able; all sizes ranging in price from $3.50 to $5.50 Corsets of Excel lence We emphatically stand back of and recommend every pair of "Royal Worcester," "Bon Ton" or "Gossard" Corsets, sold over our counters, as being corsets of true worth and merit; ease, comfort and service In every line. These we carry In all the best models in all sizes, in eitHer pink, white or fancy brocade. We want you to familiarize yourself with our corset stocks learn what It means to you to be accurately and properly fitted. Prices ranging from $2.00 to $12.50 tJxi 1 ? Enjoy your r" dip" in our inland sea in one of our classy Bathing Suits Have your own you will enjoy your swim all the more by cnowing that you are perfectly sate in your own suit. Silk Undergarments We carry the most complete and best assorted lines of "Kayser's Glove Silk" and We are showing an immense line of the season's best models in bathing suits, caps and shoes. Not only can you find here the nobbiest styles, prettiest colors, but the lowest prices. Xnw, awaiting your inspection. (Bathing Suit Section Second Floor) Bin 3 Crepe de Chine" undergarments in the city. For Instance, we want you to see our "Kayser's"' Silk Vests, in opera top. in cither flesh or white; all sizes; specially priced at $2.75. Also the new Opera Top Envelope Chemise. Also a "Kay ser's" make; a garment of strictly tailored finish; really a classy garment at $150 Crepe de Chine Garments In our Crepe de Chine Garments, we have the classiest models in gowns, pajamas, combination, envelope chemise underskirts and camisoles In flesh, pink, maise, lavender and white; garments extremely dainty and beautiful; lace trimmed, embroiderd and tailored; rang., lng In price from $2.50 to $10.95 Hosiery of Service You will find in our Hosiery De partment the greatest collection of silk, lisle and cotton hose in the city. All'sizes, colors and prices; every pair a value-giving hose. (West Aisle Main Floor) ToOurOut-of-Town Customers We want you to avail yourselves of our satisfaction-giving mail order department. Your smallest wants as carefully attended to as your large ones. Parcel post and express charges prepaid. Dressy Shoe Wear The most popular and stylish pumps, oxfords and low cuts; especially feat uring "Queen Quality" and "Griffin & White's" high elass footwear. A size to fit any foot. (Shoe Department Mezzanine) PENNSY W IIIS BOAT RAGE AGAINST YULE PHILADELPHIA, May 11. Victory crowned the efforts ol both the var sity and freshman crews of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania In their annual races with Yale over the Heniey couBe of one mile and five-sixteenths on the Schuylkill river today. There was never any doubt as to the superiority of the red and blue oars men, the varsity eight winning by four lengths In six minutes 55'j seconds and the freshmen by slightly more than one length in seven minutes nd twen ty seconds. o Do not wall till tomorrow phone that WANT AD. to Th Reonblican and dispose of,. or get what you wast. COLORADO TRACK MEET Republican A. P. Leased Wire FORT COLLINS. Colo., Way 11. The Colorado Agricultural College won in a dual track meet with the Uni versity of Colorado here this afternoon by a score of 6i to 55. The events were evenly contested up to the relay in which a Colorado man was disquali fied for fouling a rival runner thus giving the loca lsquad a victory. The meet was marred by several disputes. The high hurdles race had to be won three times as a result of a protested victory by the Ates in the first and second trials. They finally captured the event, however. o MINNESOTA TRACK, MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May It. Minnesota's superiority in the hand grenade, the new war time event, added to the. track program this yeur enabled the Gophers to defeat Wiscon sin by a score of 72 to 71 in their an nual track meet today. It was the first track and field de feat Minnesota had administered to Wisconsin in eight years. COAST LEAGUE RESULTS Republican A. P. Leased Wire At San Francisco: R. H. E. Salt Lake 3 10 1 San Francisco 2 7 0 Batteries: Leverenz and Konnick; Smith and Brooks. At Los Angeles: R. II. E. Los Angeles 4 7 0 Vernon 0 6 0 Batteries; Pertica and Boles; Mitch ell and Devermer. At Sacramento: R. H. E. Oakland 3 8 4 Sacramento 4 11 3 Batteries: Krause and Murray; Leake and Fisher. (11 innings.) " STAKES UP TO $90,000 Republican A. P. Leased Wire LKXINGTOX. Ky., .May 11. The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders as sociation tonight announced' 139.000 In slakes for the trotting races here Sep. tember 30 to October 12, the stakes to close June 1, but the total sum up will reach about $30,000 , . TO BOX AT KEARNY Republican A. P. Leased Wire . CAMP KEARNY, San Diego, Cal., May 11. Arrangements were com pleted today for Benny Leonard, light weight champion, to appear at an en tertainment for Camp Kearny soldiers May 22. Leonard will box an oppon ent yet to be selected at a free show that is being arranged. PRAISES NATIONAL ARMY (The Century.) "Never in all history has an army been organized and handled as the na tional army of the United States. Vor instance, one of the ablest British of ficers told me, after a considerable so journ at one of the cantonments, that nothing approaching - It for thorough organization, bousing, etc., is known at any of the great cantonments of the RrlfiaVi armv fVrtnln It iw that nil. men generally are better cared far -aanats." FOR SALI A BEAUTIFUL HO ME SITE IN BALTIMORE HEIGHTS 2 1-2 ACRE LOT Located between Virginia Ave. and Heard's Landing on Indian school car line. 2y2 acre lot, sidewalks and curbs. Terms to suit. See Newland Jones, 11 N. First Ave. !