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Racine Journal-News (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Racine, Wisconsin THE VOL. NO. 88. 13, 1918. TEN PAGES PRICE THREE MAKE SLIGHT KAISER'S TROOPS FORGE Americans and French At- tack the Foe at Apremont Forest and Drive Him Sammies Take 22 AIR RAIDS ALONG ENGLISH COAST AND FRENCH CAPITAL Apr. The Germans night renewed their attacks upon the French positions .In Woods In the forest of American troops in this in conjunction with the says today's official have with vigor and broken the majority of the At one point where the enemy obtained a Cooling he thrown out by a On tha Somme battlefront the entire village of 1 Hangard and 'the adjoining cemetery have been regained from the in the tor south of the British and French troops by counter- attacks drove out the Germans from Hansard which they the Associated In heavy fighting the British are being forced to on the north toward Alre on the the center the British and tho Germans are hotly engaged around St. Venant which marks an approximate advance of 10 miles for the Germans since un th extreme northern and southern end of tho 25-mile where mans have at least there been little South of the the Germans forced their way Into Hangard after several hours of sanguinary fighting In which tho French and the enemy attacked and French western part of tho village OVER 35 BOYS BURN IN HOSPITAL FIRE Racine Again Its STREETS PACKED BY THOUSANDS CITY AWAIT BOND April tween 30 and 37 aged 10 to all hospital were to death In a fire of that completely wards and the of the The blaze at 3 o'clock this Dr. D. W. ent of the morning list may be even 37 that steps were taken to com- pile a complete The flames discovered within a few moments they Although every effort was made immediately after the of the fire to get the children out of Ward 15, panic started among them and it was with the est difficulty that any of dren in this ward were No lives were lost in Wards 10 and 14, although com- destroyed by The property loss will be it is Dr. Griffin expressed the opinion that the flames started In engineroom of the Teachers attempted to shal the but most ot them became unmanageable and some rushed into the Children the various wards intermingled count of those who been from the was GERMANS WOULD DEVELOP FINLAND is SIBERIA IF SHE WILL JOIN THE WILl 4CT OX SEWER COAL PROPOSITION WHEN WORD IS PROM FEDERAL Ordinances proving for the of m bonds for sewers in West and for a coal yard were considered by the council In committee of the whole last but it decided to defer action until it is ascertained if the government will sanction the sale of Attorney Burgess informed the committee had written a ter the Federal Reserve bank of I in to method to application and had answer from w. A. the The city attorney made formal the approval of issues directly .to 'the committee at together with the specific information relating to their present the standpoint the war or public that a copy should be forwarded to the subcommittee on capital issues at The city attorney submitted two applications which drawn up and would the proper The applications in regard sewer set the territory in which It is proposed to construct sewers is largely a residence there being many homes within the territory proposed to be accommodated with the con- struction of sewers this community will add to the health of ity as well as the comfort and con- of those who connect with the conditions in this territory during the wet season are not what they should cellars are filled with water and the roundings generally are The Coal In the application with reference to the coal yard bonds the attorney resents that the legislature authorises such coal depots and the reasons FINNISH IX en why the to take ad- ING- difficulty which the citizens of Racine experienced in ob- April has i the last and he were to the establishment of a er including the railway to the ing Swedish press forward Exchange Telegraph dispatch use in the public sc the I wins the western I If the we heavy toward the German attempts were from The Apremont where 'the wins on the and French repulsed the the dispatch will begin a Is where the American i. tor northwest of Toul joins tho Kronen The Germans gained advanced but the cans and French made a spirited counterattack and drove them tho enemy leaving 22 prisoners hands of the Gentian Aviators German aerial forces also has been Paris and the coast of England raided Friday Two airplanes got through the Paris defenses and dropped several eleven persons being killed and fifty One or two airships went Inland from the English coast and dropped but not reach apparently did Allied airmen war against with the it Is will receive beria if she joins in the German April Germans made an attack last night west of Merville on the northern battlefront and were the war office an- TO WITNESS 70 CITY EMPLOYES GIVEN WAGE BOOST INCREASE WILL AMOUNT TO PKR WEEK FOR EACH THE MEN WORKING FOR BOARD PUBLIC Seventy employes of the em- bracing those at the plant and in the board of receive an increase of wages amounting to 52 he Increase to take effect at was unanimously decided upon at a meeting of the council in com- of. the whole last Engineer Connolly brought the matter up and same time said hat the employes had presented a signed by the in which asked for an increase of a have been very busy bombing tary targets behind the German lines and In aerial fighting the British have brought down 35 German 14 out t Teutons Finn Naval Reports received in Switzerland Indicate that a German naval raid in groat Is soon to be There has been great activity among tho naval In northern Germany coal ammunition are being hurried to the Battleship Is Tho German battleship Rhineland of tons is reported to have struck a mine sunk in the while another report says she only STORAGE HOLDINGS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS D. April Increase in storage holdings of dairy and frozen and ed meats of all classes was shown today in the department of summary of its canvass on April 1 comparing the stocks with those on that date a year Frozen beef were an increase of 62.7 per cent. Cured beef in- crease 7.7 per Frozen lamb and mutton increase 16.1-per cent. Frozen pork increase 73.4 per cent. Dry salt pork Increase 78.2 per cent. Sweet pickled pork Increase per cent. Lard increase 31.4 per cent. Creamery buttor pounds Increase 10S.3 cent. Packing stock butter increase 1SS.5 per cent. American cheese pounds Increase 225.6 per cent. Case eggs increase 7 6.-I per cont. Frozen eggs 216.6 per cent. B. W. Brandenberg of Camp to men 3 p. M. C. Girl second Of- April letter written by Emperor Prince Sixtus Bourbon outlining the means by France might attain peace upon Its receipt immediately com- to all of France's Petit It was un- the paper at Interallied conference which was 1-eld shortly afterward that there was no occasion to act on the emperor s The prices which they were pay for fuel to those conducted the fuel The city of Racine purchases each year for schools and public of conducting a coal coal at a much less price than the city is now compelled The prices which the city paid for coal last are quoted as It. has been demonstrated that certain individuals who bought I carload lots got it at considerably better prices than they could have got It had they been compelled purchase It from the local coal Some Alderman Freeman asked if it was necessary to issue the sewer bonds and pay big interest when there was money in the city treasury which could be If the sewers are actual Douglas Fairbanks will be Monday s Alderman said that great attraction and wih make a thought the money in the treasury number of whirlwind talks at the might be the purchase of atres in the downtown He Liberty Loan MILWAUKEE OPENS DRIVE WITH PARADE April The third Liberty Loan was to be ered into Milwaukee this with a big in the form of a parade in which citizens planned to part. Steam whistles and church bells were to have five noise heralding the launching of the Every large ternal and patriotic organization planned to take part in the Many including tations of a gun were to be given a place in the long A military division command of- General Charles King was to lead the FAIRBANKS WILL BE WELL KNOWN ING TO DELIVER THEATRE AD- TO SALE OF LIBERTY LOAN J will tend the drive After more or less discussion it for the sale of the third loan was decided to let the ordinances go over until word is received from Washington relative to the AGED MOTHER LOSES TWO SONS BY DEATH bonds and he is determined vto give the is him to the cause the He will arrive here Chicago at o'clock and make a short Machine Turns Turtle at Curve Dealing Instant to Marshall Way to DR. SERIOUSLY WILL RECOVER Marshall 22 years Lawrence 40 years Dr. Henry lefi arm cut and bruised from the Junction In an automobile shortly alter 6 o'clock Friday w about half a mile Franksville A sad and double sorrow prevails in the home of Mrs. Mary 517 Hubbard On Thursday her son Daniel passed at the age of 49. and last evening William another aged The aged left to mourn this double Is also dangerously ill. Both Daniel and William Wilson were born in here all of their and were well known on the north take place at Monday morning from home on Hubbard and at 9 o'clock from the St. Patrick's Interment will be in the Calvary proceed to the club after that being in charge of a. reception At the will be given a reception and then start in on his speaking He will appear at the Palace tre at about 2 o'clock and at the Bijou at From there he will to the Strand theatre Wisconsin where Jie will at At 3 o'clock lie be at the Rex at o'clock begin his at the remaining there for half an will be at the on of the high cost of Iving Mr. Connolly said that the total number of men was about seventy and the in- crease would amount to about a He favored the He said many of the men were threatening to quit because they can get positions with better pay Floats Arouse Applause From Tank From Case Company Is tic While gees Strike Horror of War JACKIES FROM GREAT LAKES GIVEN PLACE OF HONOR AT HEAD Racine's loyalty demonstration this afternoon was a real men women and children marching in the It was a showing of which Racine may well be proud and to which It can point with It was made not of a certain but of all the the rich Ing with the all mingling gether intent on showing that Racino is not to be listed among the slacker communities and demonstrating that they are of the campaign for the sale of the Third Liberty Loan bonds starts on Monday and ues through the The parade was most Alderman Pfister strongly favored the Alderman Freeman agreed with Alderman but relieved should be referred to a special committee to go over the question carefully and confer with the city Pfister was not favorable to but thought the request should at once or there might be Mayor that the only thing to do was to give the men the He told how in tms city was around offering men 475 cents an hour and men were here offering a day for Smader said that ers had at Addison talked in favor of the the men and man Jorgenson talked strongly for The parade tha Increase and made motion published line of passing that it be the through Park Sixth tee that of the petitioners street and North Main street side people saw the rade from North Main street where the countermarch waa carried Every band In the city and several outside bands were engaged as there can. never be too much In addition to the banda made up as It many tary The Jackies from the Great station and the diers on the floats lent the real tary so popular and now that the United States heart and soul in the world war for cracy and thousands of its boys are In the front by the side the French and British soldiers who have stood the brunt of battle for three long Thousands Line While thousands were in line other thousands lined the streets in downtown the crowded tion of the business be- ing due to the fact that the line ot inarch took In so few Thera no showing on the entire west side of the city Washington nue and the Junction sections of tha city poured their people into the main be granted and It unanimously RACINE WILL HAVE SANE JULY In committee of the whole last night I the resolutions recently submitted by the Racine Council of Defense ante and as well as a real ic Fourth of July celebration this were taken up and a report and recommendation will be made to the favoring the approval of the It means the doing away with the needless usually going with the day and using the money to on BURGLARS OUTFIT SELVES FROM STORE ON SIXTEENTH The three men who are supposed have entered several Junction for the purchase of thrift stores the other evening and secured The use of fireworks will be a large number of pocket knives and 11 i last Marshall Runge and Bald win were killed and Dr. Henry Gocbe seriously The three men to Racine and started for their homes in when turning on the highway at what is known as the Sorenson Mr. Runge the auto turned a throwing the three pants clear of the Mrs. C. P. who m her Dr. Fred standing in the door of his the With others they ran to the scene and that Mr. Baldwin had been instantly kill Milwaukee wil be in the grill room died en route o the where he at u o Our Backs to the Stand to the Field Marshal Haig in a cial order of the addressed to ranks of the army in France and says Make Your Money Fight Wear this ago today enemy began his terrific against us on a fifty mile objects separate us from the take the channel and to destroy the spite six divisions 438420 into the battle and sacr of human little toward his c owe this and our troops Words fail me to express the admiration I feel for the all our army under the trying amongst us now are I would say tory will belong to the side which holds out the French army is moving rapidly and in great force to our There is no other course open to but to fight it position must be held to the last There must be With our and believing m the justice of our each us must fight to the safety of and the mankind depend the CASE BUY Up to 5 yesterday after- noon the employes at the J. I. Case Threshing company had all subscribed for one or more of and the tal amount went up to more than of Mr. removed to f Continued on page of anniversary county at a soft underwear and credly com- The police are searching for the trio who evidently have in hiding the i here since the other and to instill in the hearts and mind f came of all a patriotic fervor that will ever 1021 Sixteenth perpetuate that democracy and in- i in all to about In addition to oil I the clothing stolen there were taken crease its benefits to all human and gold filled stick cuff buttons and Two tan colored leather suit cases are also One of the suit cases is of the lows being capable of being en- Entrance was gained to the store through a rear window was pried open with of some CONFEREES REVAMP SABOTAGE D. Provisions in the sabotage izing acts obstructing production of war materials were from the today by senate and house struck out the clause permitting strike for higher which the senate had AMERICA We Love Our America and Will Always Be Loyal to Her SENATOR STONE SAID TO BE MUCH WORSE D. Senator of who a. stroke of paralysis last became worso after spending a restless night and is in a his physicians WELL-KNOWN MINISTER DIES AT WHITEHALL April Rev. N. widely known and numerous at his with WEATHER FORECAST April Fair warmer in north Sunday probably showers in west in Maximum 54 30 The best Perry county sold at per ton as long as It plone f 2-40 and adv. We honor our with We love her with affection and We serve of fastness and country of the ever Dur the with her hills and countless rocky shores with her towns and With her frontiers of The west with her of Her fertile fields clothed with golden Our beautiful our verdant The south with snow-white The rich plantations of The golden robes of rice Our country's mineral the and best nation in the This our United sister one holy g A U. S. The community in first Presbyterian church Monday Speakers of International The Community chorus will adv. at 'the Men hear Brandenberg at Y. M. A Sunday 3 p. Triangle at Camp adv. Wanted Experienced s t e n o Hartmann Trunk adv. Boy second adv. Polo and adv. given by adv. Make Your Money Wear this
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