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American Artillery Raking Towns in Montdidier Sector Captured by Germans
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CHURCH LEFT
I
FRED S. FERGUSON,
United Press Staff Correspondent
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMIES
WEST OF MONTDIDIER, May 5
American guns are shelling Mont
didier, Canttsny, Mesnll-St Georges
and other towns and roads in this vi
cinity captured by the Germans some
time ago.
Montdidier, which can be seen from
observation posts in the American
lines, has been badly knocked about,
but the church Is still standing. The
Cantigny church also Is intact, al
though it is probably used as a Ger
man observation post.
Shells Start Fire.
The American artillery blew up
what was probably an ammunition
dump near Cantigny, the Are lasting
half an hour,.
There Is great aerial activity in
this" sector. Two Boche planes were
shot down and another was captured.
The Germans have introduced a
new method of using gas. They are
throwing over glass bottles, appar
ently fired by springs, which burst
and liberate nauseous fumes.
Three Germans recently were cap
tured by a Yankee trick. Nine of
them attempted a raid on an Ameri
can post. Three of them were
caught One of these escaped, but
before reaching the German lines he
encountered another American pa
trol and was wounded and recap
tured A patrol, which encountered more
than forty Boches In No Man's Land,
fought its way safely back to the
American lines, inflicting heavy cas
ualties on the Germans.
1. S. RESPONDING
1 AWES' APPEAL
-a U now shipping- mall
... to France in response to the
i .repeal for reserves.
May and June contemplated
rii1 mare than equal the
"trength of the combined
AMUSEMENTS
feON In -THE UE
CRANDALL'S to""- $fftg
TALMADGBln i "BT RIOHT OF PUR
CHASE TOMORROW-VlOUk. DANA
In "BREAKERS AHEAD."
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LKAflUALL 3 TODAY AND ALL
WEEK "BIRTH '
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BIRD TOMORROW-AUCE BRADY J
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minniiiip av:
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TODAY-AWE BRADY In "AT THE
MER' T OF MEN TOltORRutt
EDITH STOREY In 'THE CLAIM
CRANDALL'S da'y-'v fXM
DANA In BREAKERS AHEAD" TO-MORRW-SIAF
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ILtiLti TODAY AND TOMORROW
DOUGLAS FMKI3ANK3 In "AMERICA,
ARISTOCRACY "
FCAntT? 8or Dih st. sr. tv.
LElAlrit TODAY AND ALL, WEEK
GLADYS BROCKWEL-t,
In "HER ONE MISTAKE."
EXTRA A Fox Sunshine Comedy, "A
Neighbor Kejtaole "
fVI VMDIP Open Mt 0l30 V. V.
ULIIUril) ROBERT WARWICK
1431 XI St. In THE MAD 1 ER "
CTDAWn TODAY AND ALL THIS
JlniUlU WEEK-CHARLIE CHAP
LIN In "A LKXTS LIKE "
rlDflUU TODAY AND ALL, THIS
UAaUCil WEEK-CHARLIE HIAP
LW la "JiDOO'B LIFE "
CRAflDALL J lNtb' t. at Cei. rd.
TODAY CLARA KIMBALL Ol SO ,n
THE REASON WHY t1U"UUOW
-MAE MARSH In THE TAl S IN
THE DARK
B.F. KEITH'S!5.;
DAILY 8 SHH "I HOL'YSiiV,
"THE YAJIA. YM CinL"
BESSIE McCOY DAVIS
"A Period Dance Review"
,er"ie.."SUBMAni!l F-7"
Frank rrumll. LlEhtners nnd Alex
ander. Sis Other Smile Hits.
Hits.
Lf IHUElfS 1VIICE DAILY
BURLESQUE
nxviKiit' i fit. t unr ckoeds i
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II
RAIN
I If! CANTiGNY
Mike and Ike They Look Alike
f -take A look c "te "X ( You see, YouVe X T-rrM-N wV
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this mam s io -ne me beast VA the amimal-J ' a boLLAfe AjJtk Lm tREHQJs v
Belgian and PortURuete forces on the I
west front.
July and August will itlrow a slight
decline In the avrrafre a added ton
nage Is turned to the task of get
ting across newlv needed supplies in .
too. that troops moved late In the
summer will scarcely be needed for j
military operations unless some dis
aster occurs to the allies.
To Rebuild Army.
In the fall and n inter months the
work of building ip this country's
fighting forces abroad will be more
methodical. Divisions torn apart for
the purpose of brigad.ig units with
the British and French will bo
brought together and organizations
left behind will bs sent to complete
a cohesive all-American army. '
It is purposed t" have a registra
tion June B for all young men who
have reached twonty-one since the
last registration. This will create a
new reservoir of Class 1 men, now
i being rapidly depleted by the heavy
. drafts of April and May. At the
. present rate July 1 will find few In
Claas 1 remaining unless the . ar
Department ha vmpletcd Ita classi
fication of the new thousands. i
Hence there may be so-n slight i
slowing up of drart cans qunng
June and July.
Universal Training.
Meantime a new and determined
movement Is afoot In Congress to
1 1nsist upon universal military train
ing.
A determined attempt to put uni
versal military training In America's
great army expansion program, will
be mad when the huge J15.000.000.000
army appropriation bill reaches the
floor of the House.
Advocates of the system will pro
pose that young men be given three
months training in their nineteenth
year, three months in the twentieth,
and six months in the twenty-Brat
This plan will be submitted as a
rider to the appropriation bill. Rep
resentative Madden, III- and Repre
sentative Kahn, ranking Republican
of the Military Affairs Committee,
two of the leaders In the movement,
will this week question War De
partment officials as to the advis
ability of using partly disabled of
ficers and men In training the youths,
should the rider be approved They
AMUSEMENTS
POLI'S
Tonight at 8iSO
1'opulnr Matinee
Thur. und Sat.
Mhot. l.fr and J. J. Shobrf .ev
York Winter Garden Saper-Speetnele
SHOW OF WONDERS
14 Scenes IK Stars
evtsim)ai sk4.ts Trnni
I Donald Ilrlnn In "IIKIl OlCtilMBNT"
D.Ueen T-inU.it at J -A " :
BCiaSCO jut Weil . -' S lotl
FIRST TIME ON ANY 3TAOE
DAVID BELASCO PRESENTS
FRANCES STARR
in "Over the Hills"
A FS.ntft Plav bv Huftieson ITor-l
Th; play will l (tin precisely at 8 -0 Tho- ,
com in : later cannot he eate4 until close at l
' first scene
i TONIGHT BENEFIT TEIRCE GtII,D
1 JEJ "Rock-a-Bye Baby"
STRAND
GARDEN
SJO TUES.
all -ek
I FIRST XATIOXAI. TRESE.NTS
CIIAHL.IE;
A DOG'S LIFE
His First Million Dollar Comedy
Mats. lSe Efc. 13c and Sc
RIOT OF FUN
mm VERNON
Steamer CHARLES MACALESTER
DAILY ,ES?,;iOA.M.& 2:30 P.M.
Round Trip, ROe
AdrnlAAlon to C-ronndav 23c
NEW lOItK COMnnVATOIlY
.Special lanlrnefreUmrnts
iGENTLEM.R Ircludg Lzdy 75c
I Rxtrs l.arilrs. '.r
Knlct rjthlsn llsll. 101 Olh .N.W.
Today and
Thege portraits are a part of a teries appearing in The Timet
thovnng well-known iroaAt'lipfonians as they are now and as they
appeared in younger days. Today's portraits are of
Raymond W. Pullman
AS HE IS TODAY.
Major Pullman, who is Superintendent of Police, is thirty-four
years old. He has lived in Washington all but the first two years of
his life. When asked for these portraits, the major said:
"When .that early picture was taken I was captain of Company E,
Washington High School Cadets, and was in my graduatinig year at
Business High School. I was editor of the Balance Sheet, the monthly
paper of the high school and later managed and edited the Orange and
Blue, the first year book published by any single high school in the
District. From that experience I got the 'newspaper bug' and felt its
pleasant Sting for eleven years, including three years while handling
governmental publicity for Gifford Pinchot in the United States
Forest Service.
believe using the men unfit fori
trench service will answer the War'
Department objection that no train-,
Ing officers arc available.
Opponents of the plan will seek to ,
obtain from Secretary Raker and
other officials another statement that
the foslem is not deemed advisable
at thin time, to bo used In defeating
the measure on the floor.
AMUSEMENTS
NATIONAL 'EJ.VsSS0
i'op. jut. wr.n. "i j.Kvr ti.oo
THREE WISE MEN
A PUr t-7 Auitln Stronr
vrirmM simjav, cohan nrrvcE
,Ht. N.t. May 6-7-8
15lh&
AND THE GDRGE0U5
SPECTACULAR PAGEANT
MLMDre
WOnDERTOUflMP
A CIRCUS AGNATIONS
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ORnutt'a Dnin Store. 12th A renn.
Ae, Samp prlrr. n rkarced on
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LOEWS COLUMBIA
Continuous lft 30 A. M to II P M
Morn At-. 10c. 1 . Mkt.ti ICc ISc Sc
M1W I'l IMi
PAULINE FREDERICK
In "Resurrection"
GAYtTY bdJU
tie
Luxe
20th Century Maids
With Jim ll.irti.n.
rst Week Urn Welch anil Ills nip;
Nil o tv.
Get Arililalntrri Solarising; IVrvr.
DANCING
Ion llnnie lo lnlin I'lrturrs
Liberty Dantante Gf.rdem
Penn Gardens, Visits"
lit err Mght. II3 to HUB.
Yesterday
AS HE WAS AT 19.
E
ny unNnv noon,
I nltrd rrrss Htatf t'orrrspondent.
WITH THE KltKNCII ARMIES IN
Tlin FIE1.D, May C The Germans
Saturday and Sunday began the sys
tematic destruction of Amiens the
same aa they annihilated Rhelms.
They hurled more than 150 shells
and sixty aerial torpedoes Into the
cltv, causing heavy property damage,
killing some civilians, end endanger
ing the cathedral, the palace of Jus
tice, and the inupctiin. uhlrh contains
the famous I'ucis De Chavnncs mu
rals Amiens nu etaruated by a large
proportion of the civilian population
some time ago. Recent dispatches de
clared that Rheims practically had
been razed, and stated the famous
cathedral there was so badly wreck
ed Its collapse Mas ImmlmenL
AMERICAN PATROL
PIERCES FOE LINE
WITH THE AMEItlf'AV ARMY IN
LORRAINE. May S An American
patml penetrated icrm in lines in the
vUloee of Ancerllllrr to ,i depth of M0
ards esterda, overcoming an observa
tion post, taking four llochr pribuner.
and killing three
Ancervllller la about three mllc.i and a
half northwest of Hadonvlller. and Is
six miles nnd a half from the German
border. It Is in the so called Lune
vllle sector.
The return ticket for our lioys In
France will he secured lamely
through Imrrlcnn satlnsn In vthent.
iiRsr, and fats 11. C. Food Auniln-latrntor.
AMIENS TO SHAR
FATE OF RHEMS
SHELLING BEGUN
MANANDWOMAN
KILLED AI CAMP;
CAMP UPTON. ?: T . May 6. Camp
officials today are keeping the lid
clamped tight on In information re-,
Bardlng- the murder of a man and '
woman here yesterday.
The murdered man and woman were
walking together in the northeast
part of the camp. When the man
m
MURDERER FLEES
Copyright. 1918. by E- A- Burnley. . m Jffy JlOCIO&T
I was shot the woman screamed and I
was shot tbs woman screamed and
started to run, whea a second bullet
was nred at br. Both were killed
Instantly.
The Identity of the couple Is known
only to the military authorities. The
murderer escaped.
PRUSSIAN HOUSE VOTES
FOR ELECTORAL REFORM
AMSTERDAM. May . The suTfrare
bill passed the lower house of. the Prus
sian Diet on Saturday, said a delayed
dlrpatch from Berlin, received today.
The suffrage bill Is an electoral reform
measure.
There- are naay substitutes far
wheat floor, but no anbstltutea far
peaces D. C Food Administrator.
6&
102 FLYERS KILLED
AT TRAINING CAMPS
SMGEAFRL. 1917
Of the 8.000 men training as riyera
in American and British training
camps in this country since April -24.
181". 102 have been killed, according
to a summary Just made public b7
the war Department. A decrease in
the death rate Is reported, said to be
due to precautions recently taken.
The record of deaths in the various
"Onyx" Week
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Money spent on "Onyx" is well spent.
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aviation training camp follow?
Carlitrom Field. Arcadia, VU-, 1
Call Field. Wichita, TalU, Ttt, :
Chandler Field. Houston. Tax 1 JH
lington Field. Houston, Tax. 17j
Gertaner Field. Lake Charles. Lv, lit
Haxelhurst Field. Mlneola. K. T, 4;
KeUy Field. Baa Antonio, Ttx. 14:
Lore Field. Dallas, Tex. 4: Park Field.
Uilllnston. Tearu 0; Pest Field. Tort
8111. Okla, ; Rockwell Field. San
Diego. Cat. 4: Rich Field. Waco, Tax,
1: Scott. Field, Belleville. 111. X; Salt
ridge. Mt. Clemens. Mich, 2; Cams
Borden. Toronto, Canada, S; Caap
Taliaferro. No. 1, Fort Wortjj, Tex, IB;
Camp Taliaferro, No. 3. Fft WerUu
Tex- 2: CunD Taliaferro. No. S. Fort
I Worth. Tex. 1; Wilbur Wright Field.
Fairtteld. Ohio, I. Total, 103.
Snjrar sunk la tkl bttasji of a tea
, ctrp la tie same aa sagar saak ta tae
bottom of ta vesaa by a P-beai .
tf s waated-D. C. V4 AdaUalatsstav.
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