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ARMIES OF ALLIES
MNAKE STEADY GAl
NO RCST IS GIVEN TO WEARN
HUNS IN RETREAT BEFORE
AMERICANS HOLDING LINES
Italians Attacking and Defeating Ene.
mies in Mountain Regions of
Nowhere are the Iriles of the Tu
tonie allies being permitted to rest.
On the fronts in litiders, Irance.
Itaiv, Albania and Turkey the etny
stil contilies to lose groinitid, or- is
i)ting (oipelled to throw strong re
inforvemtients into his battle line to
hold back his aggressors,
int ligian Pianid ers. t he iHe lxants.
British a id Fiirich troops alte still
driving forward. although their s pend
had been somewhat lesselned by reasou
of thev bad conditionl of the( ground)(.
The'ntny is swiftly evitetualug the
a i en Ibetween Armentieres and I .uns
antl tt liritish flow are standing only
a scat six tik iles soulithwest of Lille
ot. a l'otft of about four tilIes be
I w-1n Wavrini ani itinghemi, at the
formett t'r place having gailined t position
as:tride 1the Lels-.ille railroatd.
li th ml( lounltainl rogionl inl northern
Italy t he IItIliants ont several sectors
have attached ald defttated the Aus.
tliais. while inl Albania the Ausiro
Iilngarians are in fast retreat betfore
theo italianl armlies. Italian cavalry
is Working fat' int advanltte of Ihe it.
falntry. Iarassing it et'nemy. The
Seltittnei river inl we-stirn Albania has
beeln crossed. aid the nlmlytv stl)Ily
Inl Palestine tlte Tirks have been
dIrivenl far bey.ond~ 1)atnascuis with the
Iltil ish still oni their heels hairrying
OUR AVIATORS AGAIN COVER
THEMSELVES WITH GLORY
With fihl .\meirivart Army North
West of Vitnill. Tle American avia
trs :gaint COvered'ti leiselves with
glot y antd pe'rformetttt'd amI ttost tlie im.
pInsible. lawn broke with mists
he'avy over the1 trenichets attd I the Coul=
In across which the Americans were
to go. and it vats hours before the
weatite.r cleared sutfiviently to permit
of a ny obse-rvation to speak of.
Tite splendtid laison thitt mtarked
tht' lay's operations was due hi great
1)art to the work of tlt- aviators. who
countless times risked their lives in
reconnoit(ering. attacking tite retreat
ing G(.erntalis and bringing back re
ports. (1ermnia in fiiters during the ent tire
linoriig swooped over the hteads of
itie American infantry only a few hitn
dr I et'iten off'.
AMERICAN TROOPS ARE DOING
GOOD WORK ALONG THE MEUSE
With ithei Amicantltti Armyit Noth-i
wvtst of Ve'rdu tit Tlhe Amtler'icans re.
51 ud I tt' attack we'st of thite Meutse
anti adlvatned thell' lines fr'omt twol
lo live kilotiet'rs. 'Tey caltured
Ilill :!40, nrthll of Exermtontt, and the
villages of Gesttes. levilie, Chtehery
Ini th i facei't of iteatvy airtillery and
miachtin e gtii Iiret Illinois, Wisconsin.
wt'ste'rtn Pennsylvania, Virginia anc.
West Virginia troos have forced the
enem'tiy bac k in the Kriemthllde posi
i ont, 'sothi of Foret wood.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO LIBERTY
LOAN TOO MUCH BELATED
Was'hington.---Tlhe nation Is march
iitg toward its isix-billon diollar 1i1
t'rty loan goal at just a little mtore
thtan half the speed required to main
Lain a diaily subisctription rate of $315,
nttt0.000. liondi sales~ offIcIally tabulat
i'd were annttounceed by tite treasutry
as $855.132.900 or an incrosae of $229.
itneilnun in thte last 24 hours. At the
standitard rate' of $315,000,000 a day,
te rec'0ord b~y this thne should have
AMERICAN CASUALTIES ARE
SAID TO BE MODERATE
[ltdon.--lrltish and French forces
ormtinued1 to advance ttorth of St.
Quentin. They reached thte outskirts
of Tlontbrehain after severe fighting.
The Amiericatt casualties In the Ar.
gonnte region are described as moder.
ate. The Gietrmans htave beent unable
to matintttain their usuial atillery fire
anid undt~oubt'dly hegitnitng serlousely
to feel thtt loss of the large numbe
of gutns catpture'(d fromt themtt recently.
TREMENDOUS EXPLOSION IN'
JERSEY MUNITIONS PLANT
Perth Amnboy, N. J. -Malty men
were killed anti scores of others in
julred int a tremendlous OxplIosion at
the plaint of the TI. A. Gille~sple Shell.
loatding Company, at Morgan, near
The fnmber of dead and injured
cannot be determninedi until employee
of the plant answer a roil call in the
morning. Esatimates placed the num
bor of killed and huirt at from 50 tc
-more than 100.
16R NO MARCH TO
BERLIN HAS BEGUN
THE GERMAN OFFENSIVE HAS
BEEN DEFINITELY BROKEN;
ADVANCE ON ALL FRONTS.
SEES THE APPROACH OF DAWN
One of Darkest Nights in Human Hi.
tory Is Coming to a Close; Vic
tory No Matter of Doubt.
The German ofensive has been bro
ken. Germany's conquered ptov
inces and cities are slipping rapidly
from her grasp. Allied troops in Bel
gium, In French Flanders, in Artois,
in Champagne and in Lorraine. are
advancing in country which has beetin
German for forty-seven long months
and all chance of a German return to
the offensive is gone.
The tarch to Berlin has begun.
Canibrai. St. Quentin and Lille are
only the starting places. but after
four years no one can fail to see that
the grand march has started. If the
road is long the rate of our advance
Oie of the darkest nights in all
huuin listory is coiiing to a close.
Victory is no longer even a matter of
debate. From the North Sea to the
banks of t he ioselle the final ad.
vance'. is goinhg forwiatrd.
GERMANS STILL IN RETREAT
ON WESTERN FRONT IN FRANCE
Again the Germans are ini retreat
ont an importanit sector of the western
hattle front in lFrance. The scene of
tle new retrograde imtovementt is a
wide froit north anid soulth of La.
The contitiat ion by tie entente al.
lied forces of their brilliant achleve
mntis in restoring ielgium, Flanders
and the expulsion of the enemy front
fnrther territory in France from the
region of Caimbrai to Verdun evident
ly has brought the Gernians to the
realization that the great bend in the
line from NIenin to the east of Arras
is likely to prove aoitler such trap
as was the St. Nlihicl salient unless
they are fast eniouigh of foot to move
eastward. giving up Lille. Lens and
Doual. and straighten their line frout
the vicinity of Cambrat to Belgium.
On all the other six battle fronts
fron Belgium to Verdun the entente
force's are keeping up their success
DAMASCUS IS TAKEN AND
7.000 TURKS MADE PRISONERS
f iondon--iore than 7000 Turks were
taken prisoner when General Allen
by's forces occupied Damascus, thei
war otfi'e announted
The statemntem says:
'Palestie--Troops of an Australian
mounited division enitered D~amascus
October 1. the city was o(ccupied by
the British forces and by a portion
of the Arab army of King Hussein.
Over 7.0001 pri..oners wer' taken.
"After its surrender, with the ex
(Oeption of ntecessary guards, all the
allied troops were .withdrawn fronm the
city for the time being.
IMPERlLLED AMERICAN FORCE
IS RESCUED PY BRITISH
British lieadquarters In France,
Trhe conttLngent of Americans, wio
had been holding out since Sunday in
a far advunced position between Cam
brat and St. Quentin against greatly
superior enemy numnbers, have been
In our attacks around Vendhulle we
were able to fight through and relieve
this party. numbhering some hundreds,
who having taken tip their position
Sunday nightt were surrounded by the
NotwithstandIng that they were
opposed by sucht superior numbers
and only possessed the ammunition
and rations which they themselves
'were carrying, the Americana made a
magnificent resistnce and the ground
was strewn with Germnit dead.
LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
IS CAPTURED BY AMERICANS
Washington. - General Pershinmg's
communique says thtat a partial count
of the material captured durinig the
past week by the American troops ad
vancinig between the Mouse and Ar
gonne shows 120 guns of all cal'.ters,
750 trench morters, 300 machine guins,
100 heavy tank guns. thmousanids of ar
tillery shells and hundreds of thou
sands of rounds of small arm ammu
nition. Only artillery and machine gun
fire was reported on thte frottt.
BRITISH ARE FORtCED BACK
AT ONE POINT BY GERMANS
Lomdon.-Thei Germans hiavie losi
further ground to the British in the
outskirts of Cambral andi northwest of
that city. btut no'rthteast of St. Quonin
the Britisht untder a violent counter-at,
tack have been forcedl from the village
of Sequtehart. The enemy attacked
strongly northeast of St. Quontin and
succeeded in pressing back our troops
fronm the village of Sequehart when
his prores.. ... stoped
AN OPEN GATEWAY
TO SVIFT ADVANCE
RECLAIMING NORTHERN FRANCE
MADE EASIER BY CAPTURE
OF ST. QUENTIN.
ENORMOUS ENEMY LOSSES
During Past Two Months Allies Took
123p618 Prisoners and More
Than 1,400 Guns.
The town of St. Quentin. upon
which the Germans had so firmly
builded their hopes of proving an
insuperable barrier to the allies, at
last has been entered by the French
and seemingly the gateway is open
to Marshal Foch for a swift advance
eastward in his task of reclaiming
Meanwhile the Germans and their
allies on all the battleflonts have
continued to play a losing game, and
report had it that the Turks, realizing
the critical situation through succes
sive defeats and the withdrawal of
Bulgaria from the war, are sending
out peace feelers.
From northern Belgium to the re
gion of Verdun the battlefront Is still
seething with aetivity on various
fronts and with the entente forces
continuing to make gains against the
Germans which are seriously imper
iling the enemy lines.
In the mountain region of the Ital
Ian front there has been a consider
able increase in artillery activity and
it is probable that Marshal Foch soon
will begin an offensive here against
General Allenby in Palestine has
surrounded Damascus and French
cavalry is reprted to be working its
way up the 'Mediterranean sea coast
In the recent fighting in France and
Flanders the ulerman losses in imen
killed or wounded and in guns cap
tured have been enormous. To the
Belgians the Germans lost virtually
all their forward defensive artillery
and some heavy naval guns. Many
men were made prisoner. During Sep
tember the British took 66.300 prison
ers, 700 guns of all calibers and thou
sands of machine guns In addition to
inictiling heavy losses on the enemy,
and in August and September took
123-G18 prisoners and 1,400 guns.
AMERICAN AVIATORS DESTROY
MORE THAN 100 AIRPLANES
Washington.-Further advance by
the American forces along the Meuse
river and in the Argonne forest were
reported In General Pershing's com
munique, received at the war depart
ment. American patrols have passed
beyond Cierges and are maintaining
contact with the enemy.
More than 100 hostile planes and
21 baloons have been shot down by
American aviators since September
20, General Pershing said.
The statement follows:
Section A. During the day we ad.
vanced our lines In the forest of
Argonne. Further to the east our
patrols have passed beyond Clerges
and are operating north of that point
on the road from Exermont to Qens
nies, maintaining contact with the
"In the north our troops are ad
vancing with the French and British,
and participating In their successes.
"Since September 26. our aviators
have shot down more than 100 hostile
plenes and 21 balloons.
"Section B. There is nothing to
report In this sector."
ANOTHER MOVEMENT STARTED
TO INCREASE PRICE OF WHEAT
Washington.-Senators and repre,
resenatives from the wheat grow
ing states and officials of the Na
(lonal Wheat Growers' Association In
confer-ence here decided to appoint a
special committee to urge upon Pres
hdent Wilson immediate action fixing
the price of wheat for 1919 at $2.50 a
GERMAN COUNTER ATTACK
BEATEN OFF BY AMERICANS
Paris--A German counter- attack In
the vicinity of Apramont, on the bat.
tie front northwest of Verdun. was
successfully beaten back In the fore
non by the AmerIcans. Otherwise the
fIghting on the American fr-ont was
virtually at a standstill.
The broken roads and destroyed
biduges are being repaired in order
thiat the transport of supplies to t-he
front may be continued with greater
RNEMY TANK MINES NUMEROUS
'N AND ALONG BATTLE AREA
With the American Army on the St
Quentin Front--Before the American
advance, the Germans littered the
country with tank mines, aparently
anticiaptinig a withdrawal. Scores of
PRrltish-made tanks, many of them
muanned by American crews are co
operating i" the Am!eric'an advance.
One of these ralled over a mine and
was blown up. one casualty resulting
and the other got through and did
FROM THE CAMPS
AN OPEN AIR GYMNASIUM AND
BAND STAND COMPLETED
BY NINTH REGIMENT.
61G TRACE AND FIELD MEET
Soldiers and Entire Reservation of
Camp Sevier Have Been Placed
Lieut. W. M. Wilkinson' of the sup
ply company, ninth regiment, third
brigade, F. A. R. D., has Just fitted
up for his men an open air gymna
slum where they may practice and ex
ercise every evening after mess and
at any time during the day when they
are not engaged in drill and other
military diuties. 0
The gymnasium consists of parallel
and horizontal bars rings and a side
horse. It is all fitted up in first class
style and is a modern gymnasium in
the open air.
The Ninth regiment has also just
completed a band stand where band I
concerts may be held and the stand
may also be used for public spealkings
The topographic school has opened
headquarters just across the street
frm the Y auditorium and have just
finished the work of beautifying the
grounds in front of the headquarters
building. A 'number of pine trees have
been set out and a rustic trellis has
been built, which leads to the main
entrance of the building. At the end
of the trellis is a rustic summer
house of beautiful design.
Camp Jackson will have the biggest
track and field meet October 5 it has
ever had. This meet will be bigger,
even, than the great Fourth of July
As a preliminary to this October
meet track and field exercises are' hp.
ing held in each battery. This is for
the purpose of selecti-ng men for the
big meet and also for the purpose of
training the men thus selected for en
try in the big meet.
The camp athletic schedule, recent
iy planned and drawn up by Frank M.
Dobson, camp &thletic director for
Camp Jackson. is the biggest and most
complete schedule of athletics ever
put on in any army cantonment. By
this plan practically every soldier in
the camp will have the opportunity of
taking part in some branch of ath.
Camp Sevier, Greenville.-Walter
Barbare, well known baseball - player
of the Southern and American leagues,
has been assigned to Camp Sevier as
physical secretary for the Army Y. M.
C. A. Mr. Barbare will be placed in
charge of the physical and athletic
work at one of the Y. M. C. A. units.'
Coach Blythe of the Hailey Military
Institute has also been assigned to
this camp for a physical secretary
shl'p with the Y. M. C. A. Both he
and Barbare recently entered the "Y"
Capt. Spencer E. Bomar, who was
division exchange officer for the 30th
Division at Camp Sevier last winter,
and who was recently tried before a
courtmartial on charges resulting from
certain alleged irregularities in the
accounts of the division exchange, has
been exonerated from all blame:
The 20th Train headquarters and
military police, for the new 20th Divi
in, is now in progress of organiza
tion, under the command of Col. Louis
J. Van Schaick.
Soldiers and the entire military re
servation of Camp Sevier was placed
under quarantine on account of the de
velopment of the first suspected cases
of Spanish influenza in camp. The
quarantine will remain in effect so
long as the authorities consider there
is danger of a possible outbreak of
Permancnt wooden barracks will be
constructed for the depot brigade at.
Sevier. The 'cost of the new buildin-gs
is provided for in an appropriation of,
approximately $2,""5,000, authorized
for construction work at Camp Sevier.
From Cotton to Pasture.
Harvin-Except for the scarcity of
labor cotton harvesting is progressing
satisfactorily. The weather has been
ideal and fully 50 per cent of the crop
is picked and ginned. Despite the
high price of wire fencing many of
the larger farmers hereabouts are pre
paring to enclose much of the area
heretofore given to cotton to be con
verted into pasture lands for hogs
and cattle. Agitations of the cotton
price fixing is ruining the industry and
thousands of acres planted to cotton
will go into grass and pasture lands.
liliterates Learn to Write.
Camp Jackson. - Much has been
done and is being done by the Y. M.
C. A. at Camp Jackson in the educa
tion of the illiterate soldiers who
come into the army. The foreign born
so called iliteratos may or may not
be able to read and write their native
tongue. Some of them are well edu
cated in their own language and this
class as a general thing learn to read
and write English readily. The Am
erican born illiterates learn to write
a simple letter to the folks back home
withi' from three to four ee.
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Ani Amnericn womn whot is~ a Y. M.
3. A. worker In London vouches for
i.h ftIollig s'tory:
A newly airrivedl AmerIcan satilor
net a flrs't-draft friend at the Eagle
int In the Strand.
"Hello, JTake !" said the fornmer. "T
mlpp1ose no0w thaut yotl're living in Lon
Ion, you'r meeting qutite a lot of titled
"huuh !"repl)ied Jrake' ;"you don't
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"Thelire are* a good manyfl3 ups and
lowns~ in this war." "Are you refer.
'In lt to) iIrplanes or subimar ines? "
A wise mani does not believe all he
tears, amd a fool helleves ai good many
-hings lhe doesn't hear.
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