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VOL. XXXV, NO. 217.
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01 LONGEST U. 5,
ASUALTY LISTS
Marne Fighting Begins to
Show in Reports of Kill
ed and Wounded Is
sued on Monday.
Pvt. .lohn Wolfe, of south
Homl. m Ikm' strict aridres
not ln. a Willed in action,
according to twli' fjfualt
Ih.ii- at a.-lii ngt'll.
Ah in I.. Kol.ipsoti. js (ir
of Nfilltcll. Ind.. wlio i-
well knot n in south Bend, ii
nln on toln' analty lit. a
etetelv wounded on July H.
IIK nonre-f rr Lathe is Henry
Koniiwn. a hrother. who I a
well known onion grower niuir
Milwell.
I nif rn t i - ii 1 !
WASH l NüT N. .Tiu. Kour t
hundred and s-n frtsuiilue in Th !
Ain'ri'dn expeditionary for"1 wt
.r:nmijir,d tod-v by the nur depart- j
Turrit, dnidfd as follows; j
To Ii und red and thrpp killed in !
rtjnn. M difd from wounds r- j
rpfil in action, inn from di-ea:-e. j
from eroplan. acrident. i
f t r m jiMlan ' unit n her r i IKP4 i V
' r un'ied ifitl. nin' hundred !
soindrd. dcre undetermined and i
thrc rn;.Mn in action.
Tn i si.iltie in tlie marinp t
t;nhed to the expeditionary fon'15 ,
r aivio'inrPil tod av at marine ;
( mps li '. l 1' i 1 i It e I . divided as f ol - '
o w . -
Nin 'billed in action and one died :
from wounds ref en ed in action.
A fcor.d (.im,iU lis: cuntainins,
r.M mes of killed in action and i
ourded verified this af-
li'inop'P and vx 1 1 1 l.e released
r l Id i( a t ion in Ti'esdav n'oi nnu
fAr 1
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rers. Th r.viilt'. !: are heuiK
-;hed f -ni I-'ra nee a- fa-t a? they
i n be eiir'.d and rlie cables can
. i n '! I t h in
Mfrt Wonndeil Hero er.
Hnh four tnd a half percent of
nil men sent to the hospital as a r-
'r of iiiiri'l receded in action die
ft'uo thoe wo.nd-'. I'liief of Staff
.n ret..n M,n h announced
filav. I'.lghtv on- percent
of the
:orn -ent to the hospital for treat-
r.t r'UuJtT'd to d;:tv, many of
h-m in cs tli. in two months, he
p 1 i ; n e 1 1 .
f r h. total sn! :o hospital-, only
i l - percent aie d ist-h. reed from
). r it e for phv-ual 'li- ibilltls.
i"ooe '". k u -. In- i!'l. ei e Ii.opiI on
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PAY A.N D MGHT KH.L LEA. CD
FT
American Tanker
Sunk 100 Miles
0utFrirginia
Intpf nn tinn I ."en Service;
WASHINGTON, .u?. ... The
American tanker O. II. Jennings
was unk by sJ it'll tin from a
trrnian submarine 100 nidlcn ofT
the Virginia roast, tho navy de
partment antioiimvd trxlay.
Thirty Mirhors of the les-ei
hate heii landed at Norfolk by
natal yev-els. the lat euien t
added.
Wireless rail- rro retled
by tho navy (lonartnHMit lr-
veen IIa. m. ajid noou oLcr-
lay, Ntjinc 1 1 ui t the. vvvl
yiM Ix'lns !' t-l l-
bcwil. Naval veHls were Im-
infdiatcly iiiiutchod to tlic 1-
alien indicHteri id plrltl up
the Mirvlvors, wlio wtn in ojx'ii
boa Lf.
A boat containing the -aptain
and 111 men are still ni.lmr.
The tlennintrs was a ve' of
7. K90 net tons nnd built in
191" for the Standard Oil Co.
U. 5. ORDERS CITY
CLEARED DF ICE
aVa QffiCer GetS NotiCC
Establish 10-mile Re
stricted Zone.
It soon he mnine day for
South Hend". painted r.-omen arnl
thir headquarters in and around
the down town ection of this city.
I'ncle Sam says so.
If Mayor Cat son. Thief of Police
Kline and hi assistant Wil'iam ('as
sidy do not chum the bawdy houses
within a radius of 1 mile of tho
local naval nnd army recruitng sta-
tu) L 111
J li lLjt u
tions to move, tlie Tnitevi Ftates gov-, lake, near the city. Linien H.
f rnment will reform the city, ac- ' Mnith. Steuben county surv eyor,
cordinc to a notice sent Thief Tetty committed suicide by drowning in
Orticer Kais" of the navy here this i the lake Sinnl.iv. He had been de
mmnine. jspondent since the death of his wife
The aci which places South over a v ea r aeo. The message read
Rends enlistment station and all' in part:
other government
stations within
he ia ir.ile radius wa approve
Julv r and state-, that th places i was right, and will now led God
de-ignated hall include 'all pHccjpass iudgment on my ase This
inder navl .urisdjction." It men-j may be cowardly but my head i j
ions "forts, military camp, dationi ! aoinc to pieces " ;
p.Ktji" cantonments. training and' Smith has been identified in dif-1
mo'dlization places." ; feient official capacities in Steuben !
There are at least 10 houses of ill
fame within five hlocke of the local
n1
IJge .',' nn iicii ,1 iiu .urn "
v . , . . - ..M..
n e o p - n," p : 1 ; i e mi''m a e j imn -
-t to f'eien Ttiis is an a ml it mn
K ,f ..t.ot: u'ViAin r r. V.
to a
t.-, ),e securing in toxica t
in bee a rid w h;s!
n! a few wek ago a man rp-pear.-.il
'I'r- l-M a naval station too
drunk to s-gji h; n'A n name lie
w a tf!i-f l enlistment and left to
-over up U'lien he returned It was
found th.it h
1 ie, - v- 1
v i s :)'-o afflicted with
h be traced t a h on-e
of ill f.Giii tint t'.vo
fiom the naval station
Th,a i rd m.inv oMie-
Mock
s awn j
case of di
e,1 e W h ; h
i' incapacitating men
'or T"tip
j, . pi-nhildv the
ra us of the : j1; lit '.on sent
Km i.-s Mondav
to rhiff
E
II EXPLOSION
Two Men May Die and Wom
en Are in Critical Condition
Following Blast.
lrM-;fi i ; -t s.- ;. j
INT! ANA ror.!? Tnd A is r ? j
To :v,e;i w-:e rrobaMv fatall v I
1 urn ed and t v o women ate in criti-,
C 1 1 cend.tion ;i ;!;e ;-e.ilt of an e- .
;!o-;oii at the jdant of the Ion' ;
plo Ploce- ' j r'un PetllO.ef Co
h.f.f ibis a 11 e ! coon Two other neii 1
ill I l.e toon' at the Mio,- ,f tiie -
'.. loll lli'.l wi'll liilht '
b .in-. ! oth i.eir.g r.t. it the dor. The
t vv i tv.e.M v. ho -,i!! p i c 1 a i. ! v d; r i
Pr 1". " .Ii.'1.,- tupr;er.i? o, the
Xplo id a r.t and Harv,-;. Tav lor an
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Hv" , T t v ' ' in
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I nd 1 1 c. po! The
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TO CONGRESS
Measure . Raising Draft Ages
From 18 to 45 Intro
duced in Both Houses
on Monday.
I nfer m ti"n 1 1 es Service:
; WASHINGTON. Am;. 5. The neu
'"man rower" hill, extending the
(draft anes from IS to 45. was in
troduced in the senate and in the
house this afternoon. In the senate
I
jit was introduced by Sen. f'hamber
! lain and immediately referred to the
Imilitaiy affairs committee, of which
i he is chair man.
In the house it wa introduced
without comment hv Thairman Pent
i of the military affairs -committee.
Here it will not he referred t mni
mittee until the regular sess. n of
I
i the house are resumed.
! S'en. Jones of Washington su-
er iL
"I! POWER"
BILLPRESENTED
i
; sted that the trnate he tailed to-
i
j fiether so as to pass the measure as
tO J 'I'Jickly possible, a,nd Sen. Cham
I berlain let it be known that lie fav
j ored such a procedure. The hill, he
! said, prohably would be reported out
' within a few days. The committee.
', he announced, would hold a meet
ing1 tomorrow morninc
MOURNS FOR HIS WIFE.
COMMITS. SUICIDE
New s-Time
AN'tJOLA
;le i 1 1
Ind..
e VH :
A ie. o.--Iea ini;
, i M-ribbled
:n his coat
message on an envelop
upon the beach of Fox
"There j5 nothing
livp for.
have always done
i . I i i .
on "'"I-.OIJ
' county ror years.
iinllAir iiiii i e r r- T-
: IVIUIMUIC WILL rnUICOl
TF1 FPHDIMF RATF RfinT
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News Times Sp-H, erri.-
II f H'ill f t . -
When
' ' A'- ' Intl., Alls. "1
he Central fnio Telephone com-
i par.y attempts to prevail upon tn
Indiana nnhli- service commission'
that authority should be accorded
tint rompany to increase the teU - -
phone rates he e the ,-ity of Muncif
will "protect. It is he!d hv orti ia is
of the env administiation that the
! telephone rates charged hv the r-n-
tral i nnm company hetv aiv al-
eadv exhorhitant and tha' owing to
the fact tha service rendered is al
ready poor thp romp.my is not en
titled o any additional rate m-
iTP.1 ses
RENEW BOMBARDMENT
OF PARIS AGAIN TODAY
1 r it r 1 1 i'vr1. 1 e nl''
PARI.-. Aur . The bomhnrd
tnnt of Paris bv long range cinnon
was rrfimed this morning
r.ir'.s has no been bombarded
during the pa-T few weeks. Tir'r.g
the allied advance north of he
Marne super-gun e m place men '
were found vim'.lAr to those used
ror
tlic cannc.n th-it slieüed Pin.
HUNS SUPPRESS NEWS
OF FALL OF S0ISS0NS:
AM.Trr.nAM. Aug V
man pre has -lot been
7h Oer
a P. o vr d to
publish ne of the fall cf
Sot s
f rorn
son., icrording
a i "lerman so in
1 o a d i p a t e h
e tod.iv
BULGARIAN KING IS
ON MISSION OF "PEACE";
. '
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ATI! KNS Ai:g :. --The de; ai t-.i e
of Kir. g l'eru: n.ind of HulgarM f i om
S.'fi. winch vva oter.-i:dv for Ins
hii:h. i-or.c et n pea c. ai cording
tn the r. e . p .a t e r I I t i a P I e -rr.rtd
tn.H Fe d ; n a n d will y1.-:
both Vj-nr. i and Brrlin.
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1918.
1 1Mb
S VE
American Unit Takes
28 Square Miles of
Ground From Hans
UY
1IKXIIY
International New Service: !
WITH THE AMERICAN ARM V ON THE AISNE-VESLE i li( .
FRONT (10 p. m.). An- . Twentv-eieht square miles nfiMfS. WOOdrOW Wilson ChriS
' French joil has been recaptured from the Germans by nr.e Amer
: ican unit in the past seven da, xhile the Americans vere ad
, vancini; on a curved line nearly 20 miles wide.
I Five thousand Germans were tak- - -
! en by the Americans in the first 'day j when the American patrol arrived.
! of the counter .ffen-ie south of, ''h1 headquarters of Gen. von
1 Sois-on: i.r.eo were taken in the
.'Chateau Thb urv reuion and the bal-
a nee have j.een picked up du'rin
the Clernan ictrcat.
Mot of the puns taken fell into
tiie American. hands durinc the
bnche retirement.
British Aiil Adanc'.
llnw firitish armored motor cars, jean army. All had been carefully
equipped with one-pounder cur.s j ti anslated into German for the en
and machine guns, nided the Amer-feral's perusal,
ican adance ly keepins the con- j Prisoners Kid" Huns,
tact with the Huns, was thus re-j A hunch of documents taken from
counted by an officer: American prisoners was found a
"'These Knlihmen went out j H typewritten transcript of
ahead, c riss-c rsiim hac k and fm th 1 ,,Mestions and answer Jo and from
alon evei y road, trail and path and
e en traveling through held that
were flat enouch to draw machine jy handled by the e..emy's staff al
2un tire, and thi s disc lose the nests. thouKh they Nvere awful balderdash,
When they spotted machine cuns eepcially when the doughboys were
they circled around. suddenly af.t to estimate the number of
chancing tactics, charsintr straight troops that had arrived in France,
acainst them and swerving aside Thfk jow.st ,.timate was 1 0,000,000.
the last moment. when asked how they knew so many
"Sometime field irun positions , w p hPrl the doughboys invariably
were thus rexeaied. In this case j A ns-ered :
it was often bad luck for the armor- - j know all m friend are here."
ed cars. Ono uas struck in the k-aso- . Tnp n?VPr endmc stream of Amer-
line tank and set on fire, but the
crew continued working the one-
pounder Isnnc kins: out i Herman
tnree-incn cun. t.ut tne crew were
so badly tuirned they died.
IToxIde Miliuiry Honors.
Our boys uave the Kn a lish men a
funeral w ith military honors, fired
a volley over the prave. 1 saw sv -
erai armoieo auiomomies mat nau;ea tho nrcnimr an innnminnt !
I h(,pn knocked not with the vp-
;,,;. !;, ".
; ,v - 1 - j in e u i o pm oi! i n e 1 1 si f i ne i niei
I American and Rntish Flass wer ; many flapped their weird and curf
i stuck intr. a ierman gun. which act- oi.slv htting headsrear over the hel
, ed as a cross." i pnptf?
It seems probable that the ('er- i t,nv njrked up abandoned fler-
man crown prince selected three ; man machine guns and cartridge I
i successive lines, but three times thejhelt alone the roadside Some vom i
line was smaMieu hv rne netermmeu
-1, .... .1 . . ; ...
a Jt-mvii rtO'l .roeijtno el L I. I.
The huge amount of supplies left
behind h the (Germans hetravs the
disarranged organization. lilcs of
copper, rubber and brass that had
been collected by the Germans in
captured villages for shipment into
j Germany vere found as the fleeing
, boches had left them In the wheat
'tieldsthe grain had been cut readv
for shipment for home consumption.
! t;i. . i:.-u. : i:.. i. . J
Mile- rf
iigm lanwav lines nau
been
la i.l tiv rlie German. There
' xr? nianv locomotives and much
rol'.ing stock.
Priiu" lp.irtel tuii-klv.
MSlieu Hie neaanuarters nr
T 1 t - . t.
j Prince Kitel Friederich. of the
1 r,rl imperial Prussian i-uards. at
' R " d d V farm, north of Gierge this
! morni ng. There was unmistakable
: evidence that it had hen suddenlv
evacuated. Mite Kriederich leavinc . mmir if A
behind the roval shaving so,p and'Aujt. Gen. M Cain VVlTeS All-
tooth brush in the beilroom ind per-
sonal letters and photographs were
found in a dok in the staff room, j
Outride on a circular bench that '
had been built around a w-iln.iit tree
places had been st for th roal ;
me and there were wine decan
ter on the m on:r;i mrr.ed tablecloth
I
TO DECLARE I
K
Provisional Government in Si
beria Will Take Formal
Action, Report.
Inter .-i'iorial New tv!,-f :
LONDON. A : g ."-.The
ional government at I'misk.
pi ov is
n S;Ver-
t , intends o i
' i a I i o n "f a
-lie for n -I ! deC-
1 g 1 ; II s the so v lr-t
I I l.yiSlif V !l I r - e ! 1 1 1 1 , e ;
c. ditm
d i s p ft I i h
t ! f i 1 h -
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ll ,,.' " p t h.i i I , lf.d.1-. '
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injiiiw
n. WAIiKS.
1 Wichura at Pierces, nearby, present
ed a similar appearance and there
'were identical symptoms cf a hasty
departure. The Mafr" orricers even
j foi pot to arry .T highly interest
ink.' map. In a drawer in the pen-
(lal's fifk wan found a roll of olip-
: p'nes from allied newspapers re
! countins the exploits of the Ameri-
j American prisoner. Th replies
meide by the Americans were sober-
; j,.ans
j cjhj
soin forward is a wonderful
T l . v. . . : 1 :
ti til . 1 nose mai weje riuins w exe
invariatdy stri.ppd to the waist be-
; cause of the warm surlshine. Those
, marching wot high hats, silk hats. ;
'opera hats, straw hats, frock coat. 1
; women's hats and in everything that j
I hv nicked nr. in t he shell shattered
, vi 1!n ees whre they had been billet-
. i. . ,.2 ..j... j .v.
. . w V." :r .OI ''neiauve or man neiu oy u. o.
l r- , i o , a rtiiur,- a
, mv'iiiu vi .iiiiiiTi v n i . ini nil')
I motor trvicks and the men blared
aWav whenever a boche airplane an-
peared on the cene. J.he disclosures concerning his
At meal time the troops cooked j purchase of th- New York Fveningj
and ate their food unmindful of th'Ma:l. enlisted in the navy today at
German dead laying about them.
GET DETAILS OP
T NOTRE
thority For Unit at Uni
versity This Fall.
The eta h'ishment of a union
the Students Army Trairing co'
at the I'niversity of Votre Darn
Ps
1
j announced in a telegram received
Monda" niornme bv the Verr Rev
ir:. John ravar.angh, G s C.. pres
ident of rh nnivtrity. from H. P.
i Mc a in. ndjuran general of t he
'r. iter States army. The nw
t com se in militar" cifnr and
I tactic will hegin 'hortlv aftet th
j new ncholaetic year or,ns next
j month.
; An officer of th" P. S. rm wil!
' nun arrive at Notre Harre to out
l':re the work for 'h Hr He aiü
1 he ssi-ted by Knur K Rockne
--,,:.,:- dir.-tor m. .niv.r,n
I'pgethe- with the 2 students who
I re
and
n training it Fort Sheridan
.vho wi'l aume dut e as a-I
I
sistan military instructor Sei gt. i
C- - l r K - An Via I r ' INe&nV.
LinOmarn and Pv t F.i8mett Mr-
liiire. who were grantee a
of, a bsrc.ee from t amp to complete
he i'- c,n a o ' hi the u ni ver fci t y
wil! a in tnlldat instruction
Th- ehltlticter of the ttrtlnitlg will
Jo-r-rrd ;pvi he "und of training
; '.in1 vh i h to be circ?.nid -it
i N:.!!1 In e. allowing the sc)mo! to
ich'""- e:th-r ',fi of The fnüowinc
nrcr.e of rvir; infantry rava!
"e'id a-tt!rv rz:nf r '?nal
c r
3-' ".; re r,e!v r1,'e rr-
T
1
DAM
I .rOSTlSVT.D ON TAGE THREE.)
WITH ALL Till: I.O'AI. NR'.VS
A NKSPAPKk FOR IHK H.ffV
1? l,S
LZ3
MM
kJ U u Li V.
FIRST VESSEL
IS LAUNCHED
AT HOG ISLl
tens First 7,500-ton Car
go Carrier Turned
' Out at Yards.
Infern.i tin.'i I exvi ?5ervi-e .
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., An:. :.--
Amul the cheers of fully 1 m. u
persons, and the shrill whistle- of
evei inanufactiinn? plain down the
rir to Wilmington, Mrs. Wood row
Wilson, first lath of the land, to
dn christened the rirsr ship to he
launched from Hoc Inland. the
Qutstcenck. as it slid gracefully in-
to the Delaware
ri er
at
1
o'clock.
When the T.öuö ton car?" rarriei
tooU to the wafer, it canted with it i
the promise of "0 nioie identical
ships, launched and fullv erpnppei
by the first of January, and the
! greater promise of Uo: Island, to
produce 2h percent of the total ship
' building program of the country.
! The president and Mrs Wilson to
I gether with '.heir official family, dip-
lomats and hich government orti
,cisl, arrived at Hoe Island on a
; special train from Washington at
'n.i.ir... -1 ilij u.. ii o
As German Spy En
ters U. S. Service.
Victor
M. Rumely, of lipo:te. at
fe. K'lward A. Rumely. j
.,,; r
p UK.-ill oi
'who is hein held iv the I'nited
i .-täte? as a German agent following I
the South Rnd reciuiting station.
Victor Rumely is a son of Mrs
Anton Meister of lHpoite. With
him was Hubert Rehrndt, also of
lapoite The two were .en In
jGreat lik-s 111. Monday for train
j inp alnnc with four otb.ers. Stanley
ilfntl I,o,ijs Vennet. Waltet Ianl-
jon and I t ii 4 -i-.i n iy c. ail of South!
I Bend. !
TELEGRAPHERS AGAIN
THREATEN TO STRIKE
; I nterna tin I Nw Service;
j ("HirAGO. Au:. 1. --Nation-wide :
j strike of telegraphers is tlireatened ;
against today, ccordin? 10 ort;. ci'i
of the commercial telegrapher' i
union, follow ing continued disdiarge j
u
f r ne , t r, r a ''a hu u ea r the h: 1 f t On
hv
the We-trn nin Tfzinph Co '
S. .1. Konenkamp, president of the
union. sa:d 'hat he had heard from
various cities whfif discharges hud
been made, and that Wednesday is !
the dav set hv he locl mn to .
wslk out if rdres is not made
More than 1 . " 0 o men are affected
o far. he said, nv the ref';s-il of :he ;
company to recognire the right to
orga nr-.
A conference- between Po.tmater
flen. Hurlesfin and Mr. Konenkamp
9 et for Wednesday and it ! proh.
ahle no action on the part of the i
men will h taXen per, cling that ron- ;
fe-ence.
IFIVE KILLED AS STREET
i CAR IS HIT BY TRAIN
Ir.tmsttenl New
. Servo a
: c i I r. T l '
Hlf AiO A :c -i - ir.i lM
ffV
be held tod.iv :no the death" of.
two women, two children and a ba r.v i
who were kilid ves'erdwy when the;
cievv of P" a I tre' car tried to)
"beat he csir. tb' ?nd the c;r was!
hurled "j fee' down he right of
viav bv an iii-i iiniu.i; fr.?ht. I'n- I
,Htl.H of t ie 2 7 Ahn e i HI'. lie. j t
tie T.O' ep-Cted it. IP. e t
1 n f a t e in e n t s of pi i.;n : o- r j
r on d ii c c r snd n, tit o . rt n ate he', t j
pending the -eulT A r o Hi f'f e he r, - j
li
inv"--,-.?itpr Q 'jet lor.ed (
i 1 1 rO o'clock. !
RUMELY COUSIN !
I
JOINS NAVY HERE
ko.jt jh wreck, erh
rlum- 'jport the other.
und-r eoe.f
the
ar
T-e-
u
GUARD OF F
EIS STHOHGER
Ludendorft Sets Rear Guard to Harass
Advancing Allies and Allow
Retirement of His
Main Force
Internster;!! News S r v I
PARIS, Aug. 5. "Light French detachments aero the Vetle
are everywhere encountering resitance." the French war office
announced today.
'There is nothing of any importance to announce on the
(Aisne-Vesle) battle front."
In the communique on Sunday night the French war oßice
stated that Fismes was completely in the possession of the allies
and that little elements "of the French had succeeded in getting
a foothold on the north bank of the Vesle at several points.
Northwest of Rheims the allies gained ground as far as the village
of La Neuvillette, where the Germans put up strong resistance.
Gains for the French on the southern part of the Picardy
front were announced also.
Interna l if)ii I Service:
WITH THH AMERICAN ,mV ( TiU: I - Ii-W PN V:
FRONT ( p. m.). Auc. 1. Tlu Cenn.ui men.ia1 u, V:ir h.r
been definitely thwarted 1 the ( lerman retreat l-cynd the eL.
The Cerman drive has ended in complete failure
On Jwh 15 it was believed and hped tiiat fre enem de
signs ttnvard Paris had been smashed, but with the fe n the
Marne there was alwa "'the sw.irvi nt' l)amc!e-" " erhanciiK"
the capital.
The penetration ! the t ei n jit eauated b;. ien. ' -n
Bohm's arm how the uddennes d the Cernian deeisi".'
to retire I'rotn the salient and the e ident inabilii; i c en em;,
stafl to deeide where it was p(.ible to nuke a -land.
HOW AMKKICANS
TOOK nsMTS. their reint!e p-ar'.!' op ', -d'.-i
WITH TH F. AMKRIt'AN A liM V : right, other Ktn. h foree c si, -!
ON THK AISNK-VKSLF. m. . . u a rf- ,,., s,,,. . ,,...,
Aug ?.- American truop reached
4
' r : , . . I, . - I ' . . . . . ,
risiries who (MMiii' diit io i -i l -
ance on Saturday evenitiR. lnnltrnt-
inp the town during the nicht.
On f-unday morning tne Grma n
launched nn attack from l'f!s
through Fismette. sweeping Uack
into Fismes over the ew"- bridges.
Which they had not had lime to de
stroy. Only a smail advanc-e yuard of
Americans had been posted in Fis
mes. owing to the mustard gn-.
Pioneers, following the Jernian
shock troops, were preparing to ,h-
narmte the bridges, b-it weie hotlv
harassed by Amerwaii machine ir-in-
per ar.d The American irti!'er . The
Americans then atta kfd on .-"und
morning debouching aio-.g th
P heims-Sois-ns h:gh'v-av The i-n-
P-riHl ,z i.-ii dornen ee .lri .cn o i'
?i! the pom' of the haynnej. betoie
the fJerman enuine-rs ioiiid r.o.
the tridges.
t
KXI'I ( T s rifhI'I .K
MKS IM : To I'HdN.
Now that the i ;!)!,. i -i bi-e r.--ti
tpro-.vn b'ck a croc th" ew
lonnr ther ureat base , t Fi-roey
the al!;ev ,roi.j'rv en-o n'-i
st iff er, ed t e nee
The ijt it;n n' h : ; n -. e T,1-i
;r. the f otu m -i r. ; p: e r.f the F:-er, h
war ottice which -dated 't.-tt the
iii-'nt I'ren.-h detrtt hriie-,!-. hu-h
had f rof-d The 'ts;.. ue... üieeTirig
with opposition a : i a .t 'be l.r
of tlieir ad'am-e.
I i : k e ! hat lie u.ai. '-fr
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o .
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: "he
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the Fra n o A U.ej !'' ri ad' ar. '
If i
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high com.T . nu ! r!!e . ; v .
to the height no: th r.f : .-.
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and 'jiiif b . s n e . a.ef. " . .
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Ph ein-, s 3rd So; s. o t -t - -
as from the . en'-r
Ii (cu!iir in ate.
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