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THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' TTODAY; APRIL 261 1918.
Ypres in Peril As British Give Ground Before the Enemy at Mont Keinmel BATTLE RAGES KMSER INSPECTS HARBOR WRECKED BYDRITISHRA'u Mjuimiiiwiiiniiiiiiinr-n iiiimii P aiiymimmMjmai ' Ik Hmgmympt IZLbeinvimes psspH -Zlf i3ssrH MflAMnw. .--ssFH!r . jiKavoiffi wars I travel nuiQ I Safell'-'fcj" Wmm M!r I aNidis. ' t, . , ecyr7sghirjbJitsaz 2 nr-rtis I jJ ' --. Ug -J Aft 1 I ; " , - eppTr. t .iin Tnhm.( (Continued from First Face.) neighborhood had been carried out "With about C0.0OO troops. Despite the Tljror of the assaults "the German were unable to set In any ground, and Field Marshal Hale In his of ficial dispatches on Thursday night emphasized the severity .of the Ger man losses. The Germans were 'unable to re new their lnf aii try-attacks' and the ar tillery on both sides was. Terr actlra. The bit guns were s.ctlye all.the way to the Arre rlrer. - Tanks In Duels. v A. feature of the engagement on the Picardy field was duels between tanks. The British remained complete mas ters In this phase 'of the fighting,, however. The British tanks, with their machine guns spitting fire. plowed through the German ranks mowing- down. Germans right and The route of the parade, which will left. start at 2 o'clock sharp, will be from French troops are now fighting I the pefcce Monument along Pennsyl alongslde of the British, aU along both, , to Fifteenth, north on battle fronts. They are reported toiTllma ""'" "i y be" taking a prominent part In the Program and Formation Of Loan Parade defense of Kemmel ridge, and. the Til- Fifteenth to Pennsylvania avenue. west on Pennsylvania avenue to Bey Use of the same name where the jnteenth and south on Seventeenth to Germans now seem to he concentra ting' their greatest efforts. FRENCHflOLDFIRM; -CHECK 7 ATTACKS LOXDOX. April 28. A severe Strug. ( sT'e of eighteen hours' duration has raged arojnd Hangard-on-Santerre. east of Amiens, but the French line withstood the. shock and held firm. Mm central seira dispatches from the front today. A French major transferred Ban rsrd Chateau Into a fort and contin ued the battle there. The latest German thrust against Amiens affected mainly the French front over a wldthof about three mues between Senecat wood" and Han. i card. There were Bank attacks, made doubtless with the vie wof protect ing- the German effort, -against the British. 5 The Germans) J pound eas shells against the French" positions "Tor jilx .hours pdeljyjirj3 steVen- charges ru4 ini(intxy. t DISCUSS FOOD PROBLEM. ZURICH, April. 28. The German and Austro-Hungarian food, control lers will hold a conference in. Berlin tomorrow, to consider means xt estab lishing food reserves to tide Austria over her difficulties" until after the harvests Liberty Loan Parade Pictures Were You Ih It? - Get One. Big Display at AFFLECK'S DRUG STORE 15th and FSU.N. W. New Tork avenu,e- where the parade will turn into the Ellipse.. Organizations will march In pla toons of eighteen flies front Including right and left guides, single, rank. The guide will be left throughout the entire -march. Organization com manders will see that the proper salute Is given to reviewing party. Following Is the official formation: ! First Division. The first division will- form on Pennsylvania avenue facing west, the bead of column opposite Second street northwest, at 1 o'clock. Grand Marshal, Melvln a Haxen and staff, Gen. R. D. Slmms, chief of staff. Section United States Marine Band. Liberty loan executive committee. Executive committee D. C branch. "Women's executive committee. , Liberty loan subcommittee, "men. The Senate. House of Representatives. ,. Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. 312th Cavalry Band. Selective Service Men' of. District of Columbia, headed by Commissioners of the District of Columbia. - White .Housestaff. - , .1 . y , -Beesad Dlrlalan. The second division will form on B street north facing west, head rest ing at First and B streets northwest, at 1 o'clock. Engineer Band. State Department. Treasury, Department. "Bureau of Engraving and Printing. War Bisk Insurance. Third Division. The third division will form on First street north, facing south, with head resting at First and B streets northwest, at 1 o'clock. Camp Meade Band 304 th Engineers. War Department. Department of Justice. Postofflce Department. Section, of Marine Band. Navy Department. Ironrtn Division. The fourth division will form n Second street west, facing south with 1 Remarkable values and you, will search far and wide be- ( fore meeting their equal at( ($3 more. I Serges, Poplins, Gabardines the land Shepherd Check Suits. Suits I Sizes from 16 to 52. Tailor- ( ed and flare models. 1 Silk, Taffeta, Serge and Pop-, The )lin Dresses. Practical and Dresses ) stylish. Don't miss this big ' ( opportunity. $12.90 $12.90 $12.90 head resting at Second and B streets northwest, at 1 o'clock. Interior Department. Bloomlngdale Band. Agricultural Department. Department of Commerce. Department of Labor.--. Fifth Dlvlslsn. The fifth division will form on North Cspltol street facing south, head resting at North. Capitol and B streets northwest, at 1 o'clock. Camp Meade Band.. 310th Infantry. Library of Congress. Pan-American Union. Band. Government Printing Office. - Mayflower Band, Navy Tare. Navy Yard. Sixth Division. The sixth division will form on Jersey avenue, facing- south. resting at B street north, at 1 o'-Jock: Band. Washington Steel and Ordnance Company. " .Minsters' Band. Allen Property Custodian. Civil Service Commission. Federal Trade Commission Food Administration. Fuel Administration. The seventh division will form on Delaware avenue facing south with head resting at B street' north, at 1 o'clock. Quantleo Post Eand. ( Army men. i NaVymen. .L C ' Marine corps men. 'J, Boy Scout Band. Engineer supply depot, Smithsonian Institution. Interstate. Commerce Commission. Panama Canal. Shipping Board. V , TJ". 8. Tariff Commission. Council National Defense. Eighth Division. The eighth division will form on Third street north, column facing south and head .resting at B street, at 1 o'clock. -Tenth Regiment, Marine Band. District Government Employes. Committee on Public Information. Emergency Fleet Corps. War Trade Board. General Purchasing Office, Army Medical Department T. ST. C. A. Var Work Council. "Uncle Sam and Miss Columbia. Children's section (Adults may ac company them). KUth Division. The ninth division will form en Fourth street northwest, facing-south, resting at Indiana avenue, at 1 o'clock. lD-ith Depot Brigade Band. Liberty BelL Woman's Liberty Loan Committee. Women a organizations. Automobile firms (all on foot). Tire companies. American Ice Company. Churches. Public schools, principals, teachers, and scholars. Private schools. Universities. Department stores. Other business houses. Market men. Food stores. Tenth Division. The tenth division will form on Sixth street northwest, facing south, head resting at C street north, at 1 o'clock. Dollar-a-Year-Men. Men's unattached section. Washington Railway and Electric Company. Potomac Electric Power Company. Steam railway employes. Capital Model Aeroplane Club, four planes. Patriotic organizations. Real estate men. Manufacturers. Banks. Doctors. Insurance men. Lawyers. Western Union Telegraph Company. Theaters. By, order: ilELVIN C HAZEN, Grand Marshal. BRIO GEN R. D. SIMMS, Chief of Staff. 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'--iK "S YESTERDAY . GAINED 14,214 Lines of Advertising (51 Cols.) Over the Corresponding Day (April 26) Last Year. EDGAR D. SHAW, Publisher. BONO QUOTA NOT HED1TII FOR HONOR FLAG RUTH LAW, Famous woman flyer, who this afternoon will attempt to break , records both for bond selling and aerial stunts. ADVERTISEMENT FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re move Them With Othine Double Strength. This preparation for the removal of freckles Is usually so successful In removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that It Is sold by. any druggist under guarantee to refund the money If It falls. Don't hide your freckles under a. veil, get an ounce of Othine and re move them. Even the first few appli cations should show a wonderful lrn provement. some of the lighter freck les vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine; It Is this that is sold on th money-back guarantee. Sales of $1,000,000 worth of Liberty bonds end an aeroplane performance that will outdo all sky maneuvers ever seen In Washington. That Is the program of Ruth Law, premiere aviatrlx, tor this afternoon? The thousands that watched her bi plane roar up Pennsylvania yester day afternoon were willing to wager that she had "shown her best," but "far from It," says she. Miss Law's two sensational flights today will be at 3 and 4 o'clock, Will Autograph Bonds. Miss Law will autograph a receipt for every bond she sells, and hopes to dispose of 11.000,000 worth, which would be better than she ever his dona. The sales will be made after her first flight, and while she circu lates among the throng on the El lipse. This morning mechanics are work ing busily over Miss Law's pet plane. the one In which she smashed the long-distance record for the United States. The peculiarly constructed machine WHY GO TO FRANCE? GIRLS MUST ANSWER Why do girl telephone operators want to go to France The United States Government wants to know. An "hello girls" are required to pass a "psychological examination to determine their motives for wanting to go abroad," before they are ac cepted for service. The examination Is conducted by the Signal Corns of the War Department. Their work necessarily puts them In possession of valuable military Information. There are now 100 women In this service In France, wearing the of ficial olive drab uniforms .and 150 In this country awaiting orders go abroad Is fitted with a driver's seat Jutting far out from the framework on two poles, giving tho, operator the appear ance of truly "riding on air." The plane is of tho pusher type. Delivers the Punch. At 0 o'clock yesterday Miss Law ascended from the Ulllpsej and for some time amazed the crowds below with a bewildering series of aerial evolutions. Then, when everyone thought the performance about over, she raced over the housetops to Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, wheeled about and delivered the climacteric punch of the exhibition flight Dropping to about thirty feet above the ground, ehe roared up the thor oughfare. Skimming street cars and trucks, she rose just high enough to cjear the Treasury building, and re turned to the Ellipse, her afternoon's demonstration finished. It was the most daring flight that has eer been seen In the Capital. ADVERTISEMENT Sure Way To Get ' Rid of Dandruff There Is one sure way that never falls to remove dandruff completely and that is to dissolve It. This de stroys It entirely. To do this, Jut get about four ounces of plain, ordi nary liquid arc on; apply It at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub It In gently with the finger tips. By mornlnir. most If not all. of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will complete. y dissolve and cntirrlv Hritrnv ,. single sign and trace of It. no matter i how much dandruff you may !ne You will find. too. that all Itching ' anil dlinrlliflr of !h. .nln -m .nn t.. i tOistnntly. and jour hnlr will be fluffy, I I lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and lonk and foul a hundred tlm's better Tbe world Is so foil of sjoed things' lou fan se.' '"luld annn at any ounces Is sll you will need to fslL ure to fly the honor flag today by ex hibiting it when the campaign doses. May 4, with a big blue star, which will indicate that the District' quota has been doubled. WOMAN WORKERS (ConUnued from. Tint Tsi ' Phoebe rescued- nearly alt of her tmr, At Ostsnd th wind changed dur ing, the course of th operation, dis pelllng; th sraok clouds; and revealing- th Sims and Brilliant. Both failed to tocato.the entrance to- th harbor ana thtjr grounded and sank about 400 yards east of the piers. Th crews of both were saved. Seventy-nine men were killed oa the; Iris (off Zeebrugg) and 105 wer wounded. First Shift Failed. This was th first 61 th British warships to Attempt to grapple -th Zeebrugge Mole, buj th effort failed. Then the Daffodil pushed the Via. UcUj alongiid of the Mole. Twc- of th officers pf th IrU wer astrld thj Uarapet wjth rrapptinsj hooks, hut were killed. The com mander was mortally wounded, Th Iris was forced to fall aatsrn of th VindictlT by the German ehelltngi Big-projectile plunged Into the upper deck of th Iris and burst below, kill. lngv forty-nine marines and wounding th remaining- seven. A shell struck th wad room, killing; four flfaeera and twenty-six men. It la th duty of each pcrsoa la th raited States to eat at sooro tkaa ae-kaU pond f wheat r4seta: each mek D. C Foo4 Admlatstrater. dELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists rpfimH r"!rr-r if it " ?r AN HAV E I PLACE IN PARADE Because total subscriptions to the third Liberty loan. In the District re ported up to clofe of business last night was only 10A00.6oO-Jnsiead of $12,800,000. the Liberty loan commit tee will foe unable to fly the honor flag; at the head of the bond buyers' parade this afternoon. It will be a big parade, however. Just th same, no less than 48.567 sub scriptions having beenactually closed through the banks by-closing time veaterdan Several .thousand addi tional subscriptions were made before Bell, which has jjlayed a prominent noon today, so that the total numberi part In th campaign of the women's of marchers will be above 60.000. I Liberty loan committee, will b- at The, committee Is confident that the!,h h d of tte women section of quota of J1Z300.000 already has been . . oversubscribed, since It is known thati108 paraae. . , there are thousands of pledges out- Mr- Antoinette Funk, vie chair-' standing which have not yet been I man of the national women's Liberty cleared through the b'acks. ) loan committee, wilt march at th They want to make up for the fall-1 head of the women workers. J Washington's women Liberty loan workers cam forward In fore to day to take their part In tbe big parade. They will head th Ninth division, and will march to. th music of the band of the Eleventh Marin Regiment. The replica of the famous Liberty SMOKED Age SHOULDER, lb.... d FRESH - Ogc SHOULDER, lb..., 60 SMOKED 9fc HAMJb..:.,: aJl PORTERHOUSE OQc STEAK, &.;.., LO SIRLOIN - OQe STEAK,Ib LO ROUND 3Ac STEAK, Ib.T 3U PRIME RIB one ROAST, lb.. 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Avenue to rat we realty can snare torn., of ! ?rusr ".r' . ,t..' Inexpensive, and fc. .!... ... .. n r, n. . . . I""". the rrhrnt and meat. solnlstrater. This -ru. i. Food A-j simple remedy has never been known Manhattan Siirts $2 to $12.50 Stetson Shoes $8-$l0-.$l2