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THE WASHINGTON TDIES: SATURDAY, APRIL" 2b; 1918.
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Counter Attacks By British Wrest Hard-Won Gains From Foe, Biaig Reports
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INVESTS $10,000 IN
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Anions; other chancel forecast In
the Imperial general ataff la that
Major General Whleham will be as
lrned to Important duties In France,
ffeltafc-ulihlnp hla position In the
rar otflcs, "where he proved an able
dtputr to Sir ."William Robertson."
rarxner chief of staff.
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LOKDON, April 20. Just aa the an
nouncement was mad that Italian
troops would be sent to the western"!
front, flrntlnr actmry ocean: zo in
crease on the itanan.injni.
Advices from Bonn ojlay stated
that there were patrol encounters In
the Aslag-o,, hailn on tn heights
around the Asls.ro plateau.'
British detachments that are opera-
tine with! Jo Italians Inflicted con
Uerable-lMsea upon the Aus tro-Hun
rmriana. I
Elsewhrr alonr the .line artinsry
Aueu apranc up.
The Austrian war office described
the flsrhtlnir on the Italian front a
"lively."
FRESH DIVISIONS
. STILL COMING UP
.
WITH THH TRENCH ABUIES IN
THE FIELD, April 19 (Nlg-ht). The
Germane are steadily transferrins
fresh divisions from Russia to the
French front, fllllne up the saps In
their ranks caused by their heavy
losses.
The French, havo Identified a dl
vision which was In Ukraine In Febru
ary: on which was In Sarreboura;
early In April;' one which was at the
Russian (front March. 6; one which
was In th Colmar reelon April 6; one
of Uhlans which was In Zodrow April
1; one which was In Sarrebourt: April
7, and one which departed from Fos
east March 7, arrived at Metz March
lb, and at Elrson April 1. and 'la now
In th line la th reelon of Hanrard-en-SanUresk
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LOHDOH. April 20. For th first
time sine the German drive began in
Flanders April S, there la a loll on
both the Flanders and Plcardy fronts.
All official statements last night
agreed, ther were no Infantry ac
tions, although artillery firing con
tinued at some points.
Field Marshal Halg said the British
positions north of Mervlll were
heavily shelled yesterday morning,
but that no attack followed.
The- French war office reported th
German artillery active In the region
of Castal and Grlvesnues and along
the tight hank of the Meuse, between
Verdun and St. MlhleL
Ther is nothing new to report
from th battle front," the German
war office said In Its night report.
The day communique claimed the cap
ture of 1,600 prisoners in minor ac
tlons around Festubert and Glvencby
fighting of the last few weeks. They
are bringing- up their reserves, re-'
constltutlng-dlTlslona that have been
badly torn In battle and building
reservoirs of ammunition.
91 eaa a Gain.
If the allies can, wrest the Initia
tive from the Germans now, it will
be an accomplishment equal to a sub
stantlal gain In territory, the experts
declare.
By turning- the tide and forcing
the Germans back, even though slow
ly, pthe allies will discourage plans
on the part of the Kaiser's vassals to
undertake' offensives in Italy. Mace
donia, or Palestine, they say.
As long as the Germans are able to
keep on the aggressive In the west.
the Austrlans, BUlgars and Turks win
feel encouraged to drive against the
allies In the other fields. But a Ger
man reverae will have a tendency to
create a feeling jjf hopelessness
among fh other nations opposed to
ue, and among which the' dealre for
peace Is even greater than It Is In
Germany.
Result f T7alty.
Movement of Italian forces to the
western front is the first concrete re
sult of the unity of command under
Foch. Italy has always had a sur
plus of men. perhaps as many of 2.
000,000. Different causes had pre
vented the use of thla man-power
previously.
YESTERDAY
gained' -
13,374 Lines of Advertising (48 Cols.)
Over the Corresponding Day-(April 20) Last Year.
EDGAR D.
SHAW,
Publisher.
We ssnst meet th sacrtac at th
front with sanise at aossc P. C
Fd AasslmUtrater.
Here Is one Russian who baa nevt
made oeac with the Kaiser. He la
Nicholas .BeresoeaV living at 453 C
street northwest, propVletor of an au
tomobile top repair shop at iwx Penn
sylvania avenue northwest.
Adam A. Weschler, representing- the
Business Men's Liberty loan Commit
tee, almost fainted when Bereaosk
"came across" with 110,000 for liberty
bonds. Berezoskl doesn't feel that he
has done anything unusual.
Here is his own explanation of why
he bought the bonds:
"The peoplwno com iron mm
countries to make their home In
America, te land of freedom, should
realise that If this country I a fit
else In which to live. It is worth
fighting for, and I am ready to back
the men who are fighting, with: my
last dollar.
"I served with- the Russian army
during the Russo-Japanas- war, and
I know something about th hard
shins of the men at th front, and I
think that the least we can do forj
them Is to back them up with our
jnoney.
"Th American lis? nas never suf
fered defeat, and I think It Is our
duty to help keep- it from defeat now,
and I am wllllnr to stake everything
I possess' to defendthe land of my
adoption' against the curse of German
militarism."
Berezoskl 'came here from Russia
twelve yearsago. He has taken out
his first papers preparatory to becom
ing an American citizen In the tall.
When Mr. Wesehler went into the
small shop he expected to, get a sub
scription tor a fifty or hundred dollar
bond. Imagine his surprise when
Berezoskl subscribed for $10,000
worth, paying ISO) cash and the re
mainder to be paid through the Per
manent Building and Loan Association
May 1.
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NICHOLAS iJKUUd-l.
Proprietor ot a small automobile re
pair shop, wearing the uniform of
a Russian soldier. He served the
Csat- during the Russo-Japanese
war. Berezoskl has lust bought a
110,000 Liberty loan bond.
60- HOTELS DISCARD WHEAT.
. Some sixty Chicago hotels, clubs
and restaurants have pledged total
abstinence from wheat until the coming-
harvest, according to messages to
the Food Administration today. '
Take your choice Iilberty bonds
now to win for democracy or thes
Instruments of destruction at your
door later.'
This la th' powerful argument ad
vanced by Liberty loan campaigner
In the east wing of th Union Station,
where Italian war relics, are eauouaa
today. Surrounded by these relics and
Instruments of modern wariaro wasn-
ington citizen are turning- their dol
lars Into bonds.
The exhibit was Inspected yester
day by Count dl Cellar. Italian am
bassador. "The struggf is mightiest and th
danger gravest now; we choose our
way once more." said the envoy. -"Our
men are going to Franc to light
there for a cause that w know to b
lost. And, since th enemy recuses
to see the Justice of It, there Is noth.
log left for us but to use force, fore,
and mor force, till victory I ours."
The sales committee, with Mrs.
Louis Brownlow In charg. reported
large subscriptions. The booth In the
exhibit room, which Is known, as th
President's room at the terminal, did
a thriving business all day. The ex
hibition will bo open until th Liberty
loan drive Is ended.
We'll substitute ra frr wheat sad
Tletary fr defeafc D. C. F4 Aa
aunlstrafar.
Each taillvKaa! la a salutary salt
la an tntbrekea chain, and a slagl
weak link saay cans dlsaster-D. O
Fo4 Adatlsdstratar.
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Which One Is Stout?
ALLIES TRYING TO
, TM INITIATIVE
n antes ar racing to get an of
f ns!v movement launched before the
Teutons can renew theirs, American
military men believe.
Both sides are feverishly prepar
ing for a resumption of the terrific
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WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN
FLANDERS. April U. French and Brit
ish are fighting shoulder to shoulder on
the Lys battlefield.
Von Armln and von Quest have sacri
ficed further fresh divisions at the foot
of Mont Xemmel. while on the plains
south of Mont Roure.Mont Molr. and
Mont de Cats, von Eberbardt and von
Stettin apparently have struck a stone
wall.
Nearly fifty-five divisions (660,000
men) have been used In Flanders by
the enemy since April 9, and appar
ently many more will be needed If the
Fourth and Sixth German armies are
to battle on much further. Some of!
these divisions are tod badly battered
to go on.
Others are physically exhausted.
The remainder are tired but are being
pushed on In desperate attempts to
enlarge the Armentleres bulge.
The names of W.C. Potter and Lieut
CoL H. M. Byllesby have been urged
upon th President for appointment
as director general of the reorganized
I aircraft board. It was learned today.
Potter la now civilian director of the
aircraft division of the signal corps.
Byllesby waa formerly an electrical
engineer In the Northwest, and Is
now In the signal corps. Officials
close to the President still believe,
however, the appointment will go to
Second Assistant Secretary of War
Edward R. Stettlnlus.
BRITISH WAR MISSIONS
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Secretary of War Baker today re
ceived the new Britllsh War Missions,
Generals Hutchinson and Bridges,
with Ambassador Reading and Gen
eral McLachltn, embassy military at
tache. The purpose of the conference
was covered with considerable mys
tery, but It was known that Baker
had summoned the generals who did
not know what duties they would per
form In this country until they had
consulted him.
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SAMUEL J. LEONARD,
Former cadet colonel, slated
commission at Camp Meade.
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Samuel J Leonard, former colonel
of 'the Washington High School
Cadets, today Is the proud possessor
of a certificate showing that he has
completed the infantry and artillery
training nt Camp Meade and baa been
recommended as a second lieutenant.
Leonard was colonel of the high
school cadets In 1012 and 1013. He
was a student at Eastern High School.
He Is well remembered In cadet cir
cles as the colonel who marched at
the head of the cadet regiment In
President Wilscn's first Innaugural
parade. After graduating from East
ern High Leonard entered Cornel
University.
Other Washington men to receive
certificates are:
Omar Gillette. Sergt. Ernest Holt,
Sargt. David MacRle. Jr.. Gilbert B.
Posey, Sergt. Ilarrold C. Schaeffer,
Sergt. Ralph 8. Moore, Corp. Ralph
Ward, and Sergt Francis Harper.
BLIND GIRL SAVES-
15 OTHERS FROM FIRE
NEW YORK, April 20. Awakened
by smoke from a fire which started
in the basement of the Blind Babies'
Sunshine Home In Brooklyn, early
today, Rosa Cohen, nine years old.
herself blind, led fifteen sightless
tota to safety.
The blind girls, ranging between
five and twelve years of age, were
awakened and led from the building
before attendants knew of the fire.
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one. Why? Because her.posture and
form contour express a.dispr6r3o4ionate
ness that is commonly designated as
"stoutness.-" . "
The figure xto the right you say is not
stout because there is a trimne'ss, a shapeli
ness evident that classify her in your mind'
as a graceful large woman.
Both Women the Same Size.
Both reproductions are of the same woman the differ
ence being that in the one on the right she is dressed correctly
while In the other on the.left she is dressed incorrectly.
No woman no matter what her size or figure, no matter
how stout she may really be, need any longer appear stout when
she can procure such charming "personalized" apparel as is
now displayed at each ot the Lane Bryant three stores, or sent
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Lane Bryant are the originators and largest manufactur
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The success of this method is evident in their
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100, practically without alteration. They . have
served over 200,000 stout women, including every
type of figure and therefore know thoroughly the re
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