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ARMY UNITS Ä COUNT American Soldiers Holding Their Footing on Strange ly Alien Soiis. WASHINGTON A-JK. 1" Th war ntap with its trenfh Ims 5trait'Iin athwart intrpnatjonal boundaries show American ri-htmj: nin hold- iu:r their footing n etran-ly alin soils. As it now stands army un'.tJ of the I'nitcd States are at their crlm work, in six lountrres. Franc. Mermany. Uutsia, Austria. Italy and Felcium The swelling olume of their ir.o enient overfeas has been so necessir a respons to th emer ?ncy of th nation's responsibility, fo thoroughly impli'-"! by th ori?i so ihorou,;ri!v implied h th oricin- nal war declaration and so entirely r.atuaral a picture to a people pre pared by three years' obration of "orld war, that it may take a his torian's prespeoti to visualize completely th departure from tra ditions ami the smashing of prece dents that the movement involved. .inrioin In All se'tr. Checking the si American artil lery has Seen reported on the French line opposite Mülhausen. teeral miles inside the border of the German empir. In Austria, the oMve-ilrab uniform supports Italian sectors which swinpr rounii th to of Iake Garda. and American fiirs have maneuvered oer the enetian lowlands where th Austrian drive was forced back this sprint. In Fel cium, they have cone or the top with Australians and in Fiance their forces in action now, can be counted hy army corps. In Russia, at Vlad :ostock and now" on th frozen reaches of th Murman coast, they are pjttine disciplined force behind th manifold manifestations of na tional purpose. Likewise, in Fn4 land, Scotland and Ireland, they fill up the school camps and prepare themselves for action. Thes men. drafted nearly ail. are the agents in the far-ttune journey ircs of a nation who? military his tory has shown more than one in stancp in which volunteers, ordered to cross a boundary, have sat down, private and officer alike, to debate the constitutionality of a warlike expedition to foreign soil, and still r. ore instances where militia organ izations have successfully opposed national attempts to send them be yond thir own state lines. Vet today, under the urc of th war resolution, whih directed th administration "to rt all of its power and employ all of its resources to carry on war asrainst th imperial German government and to brin? the conflict to a successful conclu sion," drafted men and volunteers have not raised a stn-le protest of serious import. "Too IYioloii." It was nor until January of th present year that the supreme court formerly consrud the constitution to allow any sort of war operation th nation desired to carry on. The court said of contentions opposing That viw that they "were too friv olous for notice " Vet lon before the decision the ftrst drafted American had fallen in battle overseas and lziors mr had streamed after him to every quarter, almost, of th Kurop-an continent. Thus the historian has ben ffiven a large and interesting rr.i!-post to build in the future, but for th av-era-e American, the news of th day shctws that this interest is pure ly abstract. It bavin? ben dfin:te ly decided, upon du and formal consideration, that a cmplte de feat of Gerntasy nn necessary to democracy in the world, the r.at:on has not even remembered precedents of history or traditions of the past. Apparently, the men !ast '-.clir.ed to consider that hav been th sol diers who hav gor.e gravely but with co od cher into th? valley of the s"hadow overseas ard there are making good the purpos. I A ,' . . y 1 V I T MI) WITHDRAW .TAP NAMES. nc. Tim' .rial Service; TOKIO. Aug ln. Japanese ma rines who recently landed at Sw-a-tow, China, to protect Japanese in terests, have ben withdrawn, ac cording to o facial advises. The larding was occasioned by the fiel that th southern troops retreat ing before th northerners left SwRto' without protection. Later, the northerners' advance beir.g held, the southern forces rurned to cuard the city, and the Jaoancse embarked in their 5hip. InternaUdDAJ iWf r- T V"7 Qfii at Tin: castli:. Hundreds of people took advan-ta-". of the fre coupon published in Th .News-Times admitting pitrons to the Castle theater Friday. The otp'.ng chapters of "A Fight for .M i'iions." with William Duncan and a Mionr cast, was the principal at traction. This series will re re peated acain today in conjunction with "Winners Take All." a big west ern drama with Monroe Sil.sbury features. Life on the cattle tances i.s accurately pictured and a stirring drama of adventure and romance is th result. Op. Sunday Gladys Lesh. "'the -i r I with th million dollar smile," will i e seen in a pleasing comedy drama of society life combined with eer.-mereial affairs, called "The ?oap Girl " at tiu: AUiMTomrM. Norma Talmadce in a five reel drama entitled "The Social Secre tary" is th feature picture at the Auditorium today. Miss Talmadge is one of the most popular players on the screen and her productions are always out of the ordinary. "A Golden Romance." a two reel com edy, and the Fath' News of late Important event. are other pictures on th bill. "The Pay Roll Ex press." a railroad drama, featuring the daring player. Helen Rose Gib son; 'Fools and Fires," a two reei comedy: the Tath News. Mutt and Jeff, and th regular issue of the exciting wild animal serial story, "Th Lion's Claw," are Sunday's at faetions. Monday brings one of the oiccept features of the season, th croat war drama "Th Fn Deliv er." It is considered one of the best of the many war pictures. wilsov r.ypoRsns tlay. Th president, a persistent patron of the theater, upon witnessing a performance of "Friendly Enemies." which comes to the Oliver theater on Sunday and Monday evenings, proclaimed it to be an admirable emphasis of his own teaching?, and h bestowed upon th play an en dorsement a imposing a that ev er given a cood show. "Friendly Enemies" was written ostensibly to point out to The German-Americans where, in his indif ference to the land of the fre and th home of the brave, he is in er ror. Karl Ffeifer's sisters and his cousins live in Germany. Thouch he hr.s been a starving cobbler in a Berlin cellar, subsisting on horse mat and finding in life no jov whatsoever, he still adores his Prus sia. That is his own. hi? rathe land, and h belittles America, from which he has derived a for tune of a half million dollars Mr. A. H. Wood, the producer, is send ing a capabl company here to en act the various roles. "TOM sAWYER" REPLACED HOOKED PICTURE Because "Resurrection." was not thought suitable for th Saturday patrons of th LaSall that picture was not reaind for a scond day's showinc and th lively comedy of boyhood day was substituted. Jack Pickford plays th youncstr w-ho acts Ilk any ral boy would act and pts into scraps and out of them with all the a ceo m pan ving fun of Mark Twain's pet creation. The picture is c!an and amusing and will interes all age?, it was s.mwn at the Ia?.ill early in .Tun and is known to be first class. A or.e reel comedy is also shown. Sunday. 'The Keys of the Right eous." a western story with Enid Bennett featured, will b shown. 1 ! i II mm "T h i n r i i BEKRIEN SPRINGS, MICH. Aug. r Ml?.' Cora Wires domg office work at th Per Marquette station. C. E. Tligney and family of Chi cago are visitors at th honte of Mrs. Rizr.ey's sitr. Mrs. F. F. Garland. Mrs. I:p E Wicoff of Fairland v;?itd frinds here Thursday. Mr and Mrs. B. B Carey o Mihawaka were visitors at the John Kerr home Wednesday. Mrs. A. M. Hendleman and daugh ter. Mlcs Natalie Jordan, have re turned from a fw days' visit with friends in Chicago. Major Murdoch cire mt Thurs day afternoon in the r;. a. R. hall. Mi- Caro'.vn Armsrrop.g his gon to Benton Harbor where h has employment in Mercy hospital. Zack Hen1l:r;in of Chicago is i?:tmr horn pi''le here this week. Mrs Adii Weeks is visit ig her daughter. Mrs. John Longman, in Climax. Mich. Postmaster ar.i Mrs. J. C. Hoo;;a- Ashur' :h 31 1 IS TRADE III P E ULL London States Dual Monarchy Engaged in Business With Northerners. LONDON. A 'ii:. in A great deal of trade was. don between Iceland and Germany and Austria, earlier in the war. in th opinion of the attorney cenera'.. expressed during th hearing of a case in the prize court. This con'raband trad was upon an enormous seal and very difficult to detect, h declared. Fie gave one illustration, between Octo ber and Decerarer. 1 f 1 4 . the entire output of L'oO.'OO woolskin? was exported to Ger-many and Austria via Denmark. Although the British government knew this was goinc on it had not I been possibl to dtect it owinc to j the territorial nature of the voyage till they had been ahl to get evi dence by means of intercepted mes sages. Fortunes had been made in Iceland. Voyaces were usually scret and by unusual courses designed to avoid the British navy, while docu ments were mad out to conceal th true nature of tn transactions. garner left Thursday for a fw days' visit with relatives in Bronson. Mich. Mrs. Will Judd of Detroit is visit ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. L'dson. Mrs. William Jacobson of Benton Harbor is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Wire. Rev. J. H. Bancroft and family are in Blissfield, Mich., attending a reunion of the Bancroft family. Miss Fern Brcdy has returned to Pittsburgh. P.a.. after a few weeks' visit at th H. J. Bernard horn. Mrs. Betsy St. John, who has been ill at the home of relatives in Paw Fa w. is irnprovirg. Mrs. Stencil of Waukeran. 111., is a Euest-at the John Boyle home. Dr. A. D. Honey has been attend ing the national dentjsts' convention in Chicago this week. i Mrs. Nettie Cole and son of Men don are visitors at the William Simpson and Marry Hall home. Mrs. George T. McComb and daughters went to Chicago Thursdav J for a two week' visit with relative. Harry Buckley and family are in Frankfort, Ind., attending the an nual Indiana camp meeting. Miss Adele Yates of Importe is : v .siting he. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. We!lin.:-n Fletcher. William Ronning is visiting rla- ' tives in Wisconsin. Word has been received by local relatives of boys in the S5th division Canjrf Muster mnr of their safe ar- : rival somewhere ;n France. WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. Among , the new industries estahlishid in j "hi!e as a result of the European ' w ar and the consequent scarcity of , ships to supply South American i demand is a larc fire hrik foun- ; ' dry at La Animas. n"ir Yaldivia. The foundry i equipped, i is re ' ported, with the latest meiern ma chinery, has two f urn ices and a daily capacity a present at 'Pl briok. ! Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. SUNDAY and MONDAY Scats on Sale Today. A. H. WOODS' Timely Play, FneindSy Enemies Endorsed by President Wilson. Sensible Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. E 1 ' Ii was overlooking no chance. J "" AUDITORIUM Today Roautiful Norma Talmadge in "The SocialSecretary" A cr$ pleasirur five-ifl drama for Ladies nnd children. TWEDE-DAN In "If IS iOLDE.x IIDMANCi:." a roaring mo-reel cmctlv. IWTHE NEWS, the newsiest in now from all over the world. COMING MONDAY and TUES DAY ONLY "THE ENUELIEYI.R" tho sn-aicsi svpn-rr-l war drama pier The xn.atioii of the- joar. No .nharuv in rit. SATURDAY ONE DAY ONLY "WINNER TAKES ALL" With MONROE SALISBURY. The locale i in the jrreat west when the peaceful home steaders were annoyed by cattle rustlers. How they are de feated by a heroic cowboy forms the theme of the story. Helen Eddy often seen with George Beban, i in the cast. Second day of the gjeat serial, "A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS" SUNDAY THE SOAP GIRL," with Gladys Leslie. m m I w . avk mull 11 tmmn am m . LASALLE ORCHESTRA ACT ERNOON AND EYEN1NG. TODAY The Great Boy Picture "TOM SAWYER" With JACK PICKFORD and a great cast. Taken from Mark Twain's immortal book of boy life and pictured with all the realism and good, clean fun as only a Paramount produc tion can give. Also a lively comedy. TOMORROW "KEYS OF THE RIGHTEOUS" With ENID BENNETT A five-reel offering that has many unusual qualities, chief of which are excellent char acter work, a deep emotion al strength and a consistent story. Mis Bennett is cast as a girl of the woods. 1 r ONLY More Days 'Till The Orpheum Opens Order Permanent Reser vations Now. if r - mi tri i J . j a.N) ":,.. .a ' UL Norma Talmadge v;'Miu-L INOTirn ' Todr' FI OTirn Thf AftroB E!lUo mt Tfc liura errfm m Ultimi r rVew f Mrtaro. IMIOKTA NT NOTICE Th" Pan lino Frrderirk picture. Rrtirrcc tlon." h'iii o.tcrria . w;i. also Jxokel for tolav. While an ror! lont dramatic produntoTi. the vtr- a morbid and unwholesome and wo CANCELLED IT. rather than diow a production un-uitr-o? to otir patronago. rsp-riall on -atnnrI.i . when many fhildm crino t the Lava lie. Tcila no hnng harW "lorn vi. rr." WHICH WE KNOW IS C.OOD. Jark lick ford 1 a finf vun: actor, the vtnrv i. one that will imi-nt and entertain any outfi rr trwnup nl it is alwa o-ur aim to show GOOD. CLEAN PICTURES at the IiNalle Wlirn wr nit- it. it i tlie prduonr-' fault, not oiirv and we oorrrv-t th" mistake a vn a wo know it. Tomorrow's picture-. "Tho Krt of the Righteous." (inrprn .t zirl w ti" renounce" Ioe in order to hnrir aloiit the regeneration ff her fatl.-r It a fini-hed and arti-tw .Tr,n The one, and uh. I. rzunte Clark ome? Monda in "Ivah' Diary." a delightful imel. Orralrrt riArfain to Town Economy Cloak DepL Economy Dept. 8erond Iloor. 21-2tl K lch. jran. Ojct Gx Kraft Cr 5 And 1" Cu Storr, THE STORE FOR MEN WAsnrvnTov AYTrvni Patronize the advertiser hs k there to serve vou.