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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Clearfield, Pennsylvania I CIRCULATION YESTERDAY MEMBER UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION r THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS Snow or rain in north Friday min or VOLUME THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS THURSDAY EVENING FEBRURARY NUMBER 195 ATLANTIC GALE EEN ISO GALE SWEEP ARE BATIl I I i I I t DIVISION CHASED BOCHE IN BLOODY CONFLICT ME men understand they they know that within BY WEBB MILLER French looked on in Press Staff With the Third Army on the J these I Feb. 4 By In the battle thai probably saved in the a few hours many of them will be that broke and How can they sleep if rolled back the tide of invasion fiom The French officers were told j the heart of in the action that that the men understood pinched off the St. Mihiel wero husbanding battle that pierced the German for the in the m the j Fortunately at this moment the were forced to slow up their relieved pach of these momentous struggles the ond American division had a large In coming when historians j advance for a breathing spell but meanwhile pushing up troops for a fresh drive that was designed to reach On the morning of Juna battle of the The totaled 3945: j men in the two Only 48i were killed on the Among killed wounded and gassed were 150 The captures included 60 officers 2899 75 and much other The next action of importance was I the battle of St. Mihiel America's i first offensive effort an In seven days of fighting the division ad- more than five mles against with 1531 3300 and 121 guns were INTEL 0 COUNTRIES VANLY SEEK CAUSE OF THE ATTEMPTED and military experts calmly and dis- the Americans took over from the By ROBERT J. BENDER Press Staff ABOARD U. S. S. GEORGE Feb. President planned to reach Boston it is be- he will not arrive before Tuesday because ot the gale which started this Hi NOT GU passionately unravel the tangled skein of events of the Great exhausted French a 12-mile There were no reserves between them LTY Strong winds were accompanied being out 36 the in petitionary captured The President devoted of the day He ed on the deck with Mrs. for a short time and joined soldiers and crew in an believed that he will do so. me case of Professor Scott of the total of and suffered about of the tota casualties of violation of of espionage returned a The division landed in France in of not The the early autumn of 1917. The Social jointly In- cers were mosty experienced regulai ed ship He has not dieted with Hearing and accused army officers wtih regiments com decided Whether he Will address of posed of a nucleus of regulars anu a joint session of Congress and circulating fn the League of Nations but it on the great mad was declared guilty two February transport George Washington is expected to arrive in Boston according to a wireless melange today to Admiral Fletcher Wood of the First they may find that the Second Di- the played a greater part in ay the ing the course of the war than any repulsed an Then other any in Belleau In the marines ed a in the woods in the face jof terrible Tht was literally alive with machine In the almost impene trable undergrowth and among Sir the Germans concealed scores ol nests arranged for in- single division in in T T The Second Division captured about United of the entire number of NEW Feb. prisoners taken by the American Ex Within a few days the division was shifted to the Blanc Mont By an attack the Germans were shoved back and the martyred city of In an ad- vance nearly 2500 prisoners were The losses aggregated 4975 of which about half were only ly The dead numbered 702, while 977 were Shortly afterward the attack in the was In this fight the Second drew from the Germans the first admission in their commit I during the war that their line i IS HI Lung Penetrated Feb. ant's bullet penetrated one of Premier Clemenceau's causing a slight hemorrhage I yesterday it was of- announced His was said ta be A business the like ol was The Americans smashed seldom presents itself in this Feb. with the co-operation UM For i 1 n. 12 went on line and is open for a quick of intelligence officials of the id been penetrated ana formidable DuBois just powers were One by one the ma wicle ol charles j one of marines filled to full strength by the were wiped out of tHt wood mostly with the bayonet strong In spite of the difficult newsPaPer men of that re- but Meanwhile the Fourth brigade FLAG REPORTED in with the French for six weeks attack upon a rain and stubborn resistance the di- that the life of a vision crashed through and starten country editor too exacting ano the Germans on the By i unremunerative occupation for a time the whole German military of cut almost intense was oc up i-d five after the ing activity and a few Feb. the sector was Then the District from ene of the Senate Judiciary committee Second with a convoying the George ordered a favorable report of its own in the I Tn lhp carly the aiming at About the second week of April the i s ism inflicting heavy penalties on a remarkable 11 mes weve o i found guilty under Under cover of darkness about 500 houps d chine was going to In the ten little village wab reduced to a tlle training on the Heuse heights Of stones by the Before thL Three newspaper Outside of constant the put over 15 hours advanced nearly 20 miles on the established a job printing heels of the fleeing in that hustling up nests left to slow up County City the The Ninth infantry a unique During an at the night it marched five miles takes YORK Feb 20__The 11S The is a re- Germans dressed in American and fierce gale sweeping the Atlantic two bills introduced uniforms and speaking has delayed the arrival here of Senator New of and awl English into and thru 18 carrying nearly Jones of the reports Before they were aware to prevent display of of the two companies oi attacks against the Ninth found the enemy among and last night and today stated that flag and a the ships were weathering the United States or any other behind several da v gale but would over Some have -j j at Bermuda for coal and are Despite the great A advantages and of i AMERICANS TO LEAVE IN MAY a fine of forms the little groups Then a savage fight in the By daybreak the lines were cleared foi was an in the hours of the The enemy shelled the In one nearly shells fell in 24 the that the ture 1 24 1654 men and large quantity of guns and Owing to the bitter nature of fighting the division lost ft red dead Germans were picked up in our and scotes United ABOARD U. S. S. GEORGE Feb. Feb. 20 limPed or werp back to The middle Of May is the The American est day when the American ses were That he Second it of the The Germans had heavily than in any other Secretary to in troops can be removed from the Archangel it was the authoritatively Dispatch After weeks in the lme the and my joy at his 1 sincerely hope that the that he was only slightly i ed is I was The total casualties were 1260 killed straight ahead into the enemy At dawn the Germans found the Americans behind smd a panic The maneuver was several On the he extreme of purchasing and installing neatest and most complete print any of tiu the armistice the famed Second En- PT threw a bridge across the under heavy and the corps occupied the bridgehead on the across the The Sec was fighting when the and hi one of lay down the tools 01 trade up the implements of i t During the advance the men many hardships owing to rf the busiest places in the busy and At first the hospitals were luate to care for the stream of rapid movement in cold rain on the field with times the and the men ways In the fighting 3299 Only 403 n In one village the of the o hers Of British American vislon was withdrawn for rest ann ers were laid out in the side by ers to repair the railway lines as they un- in the Murmansk region is a Then the clays of May tif nearly an acre was covered by precautionary measure to Germm brokt deeply shocked at the news the f transportation over the the Chemin White There is no definite time set so far for their of By L. C. MARTIN Press Staff Feb. Wilson and not the Senate will speak the word that will decide the American people for or against the League of is the opinion of the By United Press Feb. grey masses drew closer and the capital of The Second was called upon for the supreme test. this On the night of May 30 the orders reached Throughout the night the division For five weeks the division held the Tht road to The German was Then the Second withdrawn to its grevious M s h 3 u M ch onal tnt f of feverishly was preparing the great that sent the Germans reeling back from the Pans The Second was o hor t That Since that failing health hae compelled the second son of Mr. Ban to seek an outdoor occupation md while old Father Time in pas ing has dealt kindly with Bro. Ban the the job r now possesses just a little bit job than he cares to day n and day Hence he has to place his business on the and is now ready to talk sale to th first fellow who comes along with th kale sufficient to swing a deal fo this excellent establishment an d has a inery investment alone of more thar The ing a sweeping investigation day m connection with the at- tack on Premier Clemenceau yesterday which resulted in the aged statesman receiving a- slight wound from a The officers were ing on the theory that the at- tack might have been only a c 1 N ciple Allied ass nothing has so far as is known to support this No official statement issued today ijn condition but it was un- that he was resting easily and effects nave The let has been tiv the shoulder near the was reported ftp for its at- tack on Premier Clemenceau was interpreted by the British press today as an instance of an outcrop of Bolshevikism the warning newspapers to fear epidemic of They suggested that international action should be undertaken to deal with the an- BROKE DOWN fug replacements to fill up its and tho person who desiro take over a live paying business a town get of the division thaV WIth Bt Eight large German are would be of any decorator More decorations and citations JOSHUA DIES In They refused to worry into the By marches thrown the day over the bills attacking the }re The 01 forest the division was pushed up to i will tne men was quickly loaded ano the 1 The forest full nf not hurry to report Senator Department the J save Paris towa L nor Will thoy t' Through the hot flay the inky darkness and rain take action against bills the of crowded trucks tore the men were forced to march double along the dusty As they file one another passed scores of French the mering the League from now In their opinion the hostile 3Ource- cism will stir the public's and create interest in visions of the constitution anil thus give President Wilson an eager audience who will hoar what he has to a month from this Joshua Flaharty of the firm o is a of citations and Flaharty marble worker from field marshals rarly Corning fror effects of a he The division is composed of th Ninth and Twenty-third infantry he day before Mr. Flaharty was of th Fifth to n being Reaching the lines wth records from Wai known mcn and a of and Sixth BERGER DENIED NEW TRIAL peasants the treets and only a minutes before the By United Feb. 20. SESSION TODAY IN frant cally and threw at Second attacked behind thr j They knew the tanks at the vital point of the of the coming near In of stubborn After a fatiguing journey of and losses the line 100 miles the division was over tbo Ol directly m the path of the advancing times the German he vas nearest fired point blank into the The were thrown across the But they fired only a few j and the 12th, and 17th ar- tillery though quiet and reserved in enjoyed a wide ish his The Society is holding its defendants to annual hero today and statement before tho a larore m sentence was denied by Federal Landis today in the of Victor Socialist con- and four other a forced march of 12 Socialist Each of the toward Chateau The FOR THE TION OF POSTMASTER PA. The U. S. Service or J. W. WETTER GOES TO Wiliam Wetter for years chief engineer for the Bituminous Coal Corporation has re to accept the general The of the will ho in The Progress wax pitiful lot fifi por cent nf ils caravans of distracted w thin three hours As the officers the On tne same road weir fell took their until BEG PARDON STOCK OPENINGS wo know there a lot of people are sick and hearing about that RED By United Press On the other Feb were many thank us for so 01- On tne same weir the of troops w ere worn out Many of the war K fractionally at the ol market United States Steel opened at 934 up 140uj up 1. hem Steel B 62Vi up S. Steel 58 up H. ten reminding then it A number of bv on We remind of the fact and solicit their re- before that of the ah to halt th one in thr X nth rs 1 up with to into the line w a Tht iren ami upon the ground th a of ad A sroup fell bat a terrific day of mj the Second trained its Paring the Germans Application the examination can he at the fpv tht up and at J and tore into again Ir the he don a1 Ir th the Punch 1 I ro under roni ll rf Maj U t Mcner cV battle the i It is now po sible to a cai in Cano any at rer t me and at Before e of the railroad the trip took at h a1 i Hill Coal The new carries with it a responsibility and a remunerative many are pleased that the place bren tendered to hmi hut to P PROPERTY HANDS pf feet that R Thompson pry and Market sold to John r H is the r-i street wa- Mi on Undoubtedly the largest Day that was ever held in place There have been other large merchandising events in but that of yesterday m re- garded by merchants at the best they ever The event bad ally advertised and a careful of the announcements convinced the people that unusual bargains were be- As a result the were filled up as soon ag the floors were opened and the continued all In some instances in the morning it became necessary for the merchants to close their the crowd becoming so dense that it was impossible for any more to gam ad- And the buying was All of the stoves had put on ex- tra but even with clerks it was impossible to wait everybody with anv Degree One store added ten extra clerks for the but the manager stated that he could have used 20 more very nicely and then not waited on one promptly as he The merchants were giving fine having tombed over then in a thorough manner as a the public was the ad- vantage of buying at greatly reduced j It clean-up on winter to a large extent and the public was given all of the ad- as some exceptional gains were One store locked its doors only to have them broken open by the seeking to H. 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