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'housands Released From Bondag
When City Fell
SI'LENID) l'IECE OF WORK
renchman Saves Americans Fron
Explosion by Clipping Wires
to Mined Bridge
With the Allied Armies in Franc
nid Belgium. Nov. 2.--Valencienne
'as captured by the British thi
torning. releasing thousands of resi
ents who had been in bondage fo
The final link in the encirclin
hain of troops thrown around th
ity was forged at 7:30 o'clock. whet
inverginir infantry met east of th
~vested place and began a furthe
dvance on enemy territory. Marl
'as occupied at an early hour an
atrols were pushing up the roa
mad ingr to St. Saulve.
Virtually all the German troops ha
pen withdrawn from the bottled-un
letropolis of Valencicoies during th
itht. bit meichine gunners. who hat
een lett. behind, were still snipin
rom houses and street fitrht.iniz fol
iwed the entry of the British forces
Firing on Defenseless City
German troops today were throw
w: explosives and tas into the de
'nseless city which the British have
o carefully avoided lonmbar'ding he
's of the danger to eivilians.
Despite this danger the streets wer,
illei with peonle cheering in hys
"rical 1 io" at their release and ac
hiimint-r their deliverance.
Further to the north. in the Auden
rde s'?etnr. the French. British an
ierieans had met with coual suces
t heir driitive towvard the Sehel
A hm ir the wvhotle fronit btelowv Ee'ek<
.1i--h is uituaited ont th Sw cheldt abou
ight. iniles south (if Ghett, the Ger
un is htave been forced back across th
Work or Americans
I .t n tigh t A mteira ns from t h
'aci fi'- coast who played a birillIian
cmrt in the adrvantci, cantutredl th
toit outtskirits of the. cl v oif A\
'''t:tilt. whliich st roddiles thI Scholi
'hiAericaitno uit yesterd a y a de
0 adlvanmce of abiomt live and omi
aIf imiles to whatt t hey hal ach ie''e
hi 'lhi bfort.
'M ien t h A mericans a fter I hi'
al~int idrive camne up amtrainst An
pnt theyIlii found I tat the German
adt blown itn all t hi bridres exer.e
*n' :icross a small branch of t h
k-h eliIt. wvh ich cir~icles the west.r
hI. of the citv..
TPhi renmaiiing btridge was wine'
nil ie to go iii at any mniute..
''renchiman who lived nea r had car
il ly olbservedl thei laying of the es
dom;ves anid knew wvhere the Get
itans hadl cioncealed the efectrie wvire
'aiiit to it.
As the frenchmian saw the Anmer'
ains aiirtioachtinet he took his life i
is han;ds, raced to the biridze and et
hi. wires. It, then waved thei Amier
atns to advance and t hev surige
i'ross the brnidge with a mighty chtee
ThI'' totalI numbher~ of prisoners ta:~ki
iv the~ A mericans up to this morr
n'" in the Audlendlarde siectoir we
in(e pies. if generalshtip. In thii
Iriie of vi.sterdaty the Canadin
mishedt aco(sst5 the Rhonellie and itl
ihblishi.d th'iir lines east. and wer
it'ow~ thei eit v. then tturnning shartil
'iuih ward'l. Abhove the cItyv's norther
Uiti thle wvhole couttry had hroe
looded'i, so there was nto possibilit
>f attackiinv ieross it.
'Thiic t~b' G -rmains wer~te cut oiff b
cale:' toi the ntort~h and by thie Britis
ii thei west. antd south.
TIhe ('astrn ex\ it from the icit y wti
hi' on ly one Il'ft open. One other po:
ibile meianis of escape was hv snmasl
ne:~ 'ff the point iif the Canadlia
rlte Strong Withstattd the Heat
Surnmer Better Thtan the Weak
Old leople who arc feeble and younger petou
60i tire weak, will be strengthened and enabled
J tibrouigh the depressing heat of summaier by tai
nim' GROVE.'S TASTrELESSchIIITONIC. It purif
ind enriches the blood and builds up the whole st
em. You can soon feelI ts Strengtheninmg, lnvigt
ind Efeet. Cc.
salient to the south of the city.
Then the Germans rushed out, by
the eastern gates of the city, all pos
sible material, leaving snipers and
machine gunners Who have been giv
ing their lives to protect the rear
of the main German line. German
transports raced to the northeast
along the highway leading to Mons.
Meanwhile, British guns were working
destruction in the retiring ranks of
This morning the British to the
right of the Canadians captured Pre
Enemy Losses Tremendous
South of Valenciennes where the
Canadians have been operating the
German losses were tremendous. More
German dead are strewn on the Bat
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tlefield than the Canadians had eve
seen before in a similar area.
There were no bridges and the Ge
mans were holding the eastern ban
with machine guns. In the face of
murderous fire the Canadians vooll
plunged into the river and wade
across, the water being up to thei
,Hand to hand fighting developed at
many pl'aces, but the British got
through without a serious hold-up.
There was especially hard fighting
west of monthouy and about the Por
ncer station and at Aulny.
The prisoners counted reached some
4,000 this morning and they are still
coming in. One Canadian brigade took
more prisoners than its total strength
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