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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Washington, Indiana                                DAILY EDITION GAZETTE SM1M A CFXTRALjPOWKItS ASSIAMK Or April and Austria ale in complete control of Vkranla according to confidential advices reaching the state department fcriroiHy trlan In character All ccinniiinir itinn with ISnssIa proper Iteen cut off anil all na tive n issued for thr airest of nil entente authorities in German money lias been made the medium of Reports net filly confirmed add tbe icrmunAustrian au j fnorilies have ilrcifl nl to illsMilve the Orders b lite Afistrfcin and 4 There weie fet Anstrian soldiers n war zone uf SITl April ers are holding lint iu tbe siliia PAX OX ROAU April in the battle of Ma plaiiw of Picardy 1m Xight nnd day distinctly lot miles Sion Is felffar behind Ocutinuins wit ble earthquake of sh With American rains have retarded quiet reigns in the activities Tlie enthusiasm quest the Amriri George P IK one of tlie lat It came nliont tl ils way The Americans i irithjnuKtunl Hrstaid pu Mrwns t KY FRAVI IlCARDY KROXT r infantry lull on the Iicardy ftmt continuej Klsovliere Cermnn Several attacks in east of Cauricis forixt oiijthe Vcftliiii front a ill near Oamloup wereattempted but nil broke the ivn onice today j We raptured noinc Xurtlnretl of Uijil in tin mine district sureenxful raiiis uero carried cut by the Strons enemy detachments nUemptetl to iclacli jjincx in t rorbeny sector on Hie Aimbut wore raging at Grenrli now are hattcrinjf roe in Hint IxHoii Is tivcnty mllci south say the object of tlie union control of tbe in all Is to make It entirely ierman nnd AUK between Ibrce am tieiinan iiut many Austrian troops in These fiisid to be transferred to the western front or to the ATIOX IX British lines in the ri The war oDlcc Ibattle of Flnnd that there was m has artillery lire reached such intensity as The same snid of the battle on the t it has lieen surpassed by tlie cannonading alons the liaised cannon tliunderioR and the roar is heard The earth rocks and trembles and fire has become a verita lout Ihe hie Kk and r my in April O spring Infantry operations and a period of comparative American The weather has limited serial of the is growing daily and the first re n wounded was to he permitted tn return to the of Xew a attached to the infan to win the French war cross for lirav of miles east of Roheri is jalKHif four and onehalf mllCM north jwest of Oflicial advices dwelt the se riousness of the lighting Wednesday and the severity of the German Kilter fighting is In progress in the forest of Xieppe and at Wytscluiete on the north end of the ridge and the men are at grips at many pcints between 1 Tim Germans made unsurcssfnl I attempts to extend their positions j noith of Bailleuil hut the enterprise ended in miserable It is now definitely CKtabliliciI that the Germans hold Metorcn anjl j Wyfschnetc whirh Iiave been so bravely and brilliantly J Metcren Is between twelve am twenty miles west of Itatlleuil am tlie same distance north of UK It Is miles from the town of A steady stiffening of the Knslis defenses Is now as reinforcements have arrive on Flanders In the Ifcillleuil the Huns made three tcirille attacks lint in each case they suffered a costly Strong preliminary bombardment preceded the attempt of German de to advance near 4 4 IX William Eloomfleli yer and candidate democrat in tlie ins afler fill working in a woods which was suddenly flooded finding his gas retardeil led and attempted to succor tjifferiiu leyumes lint recovered when taken to the field hos f he PKVKTRATK THIRD Anierican Army In April troops in the Ixriaine have tiikun over rou trol of Xo Patrcil par ties penetrated to the enemys line tvlthnut encoiliilfiliij 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ashamed or ikard of and law tor tbe tion for Mo hln Ilavie 3 pqunty one of three aspjriwfy1 democrat M noniiij J others bislnj Cullop Vlncenti er con Hays of Sliukards that heia one of hlij invincibly He has ah aa or any 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verification from other sources wi s that a Canadian newspaper had received i calile Rrnnrresardlng the e muter Tbe board of election commission rumor sent ouf evejbrokers this aft erR took the task tit Is afternoon of rench have launched attacks In the jarrahffins the form of ballot for the primary election A switch in the etman assaults to the southern end ofthe Flanders front was indicated to Reports tell of the grow ing intensity of the artillery fire in that d the Germans are i diive against the British railhead positions of in the widenlu their sal ient at the southern era of the just lui they did in the northern sec Btjtliune is on tile IjiBassee eight and onehalf tion of the fcV is sllslitly ovci Tliere has been n TAKKS OF IHCATH TO HIS MOTHRIt composed o livan countlJS Slinkard per piaetlcKij running a frm He is the of the Bloo influential 4 paper of thi1 4 pretty well 4 4 4 Inatlon srcas In 1 4 had just He tiow 4 years of re Several states already have iniM their pervlcr1 tan and liana tn Ijevill lirrs Urz iMtnintB at a meeting ii city lil Tuesday reieved final in structions from of the The artto pent to where they kept on women of cer tain trade anil occupations are d the cards arc sone rr and tin ivonipn notifiei and if to Them is no mei iy tho simple art of ien na a sorvlco On the fetvitc offer ii made offree classes in various Biioh as typewrit ing and The course tKCy taken by any who de sire ujid inall he offered to thofemlrinp population of this Plniifi havd made to open up a in theStato hank for the pnr of enaJiliug burliness women who arr Of Jjpjjiie when ihe re Iv Tha rtty County vill j hn fhr ie al lie i as their a separate c iliana and re explauifil ID wed in M nA merii llarnes ill ic d and oni inn The nn Itillint bo market will eml al inidniif Jit Kri according to f rderal fjiod administrator I less The ian was jilnrfi nn thv er of hens some time apo Ldmlnistration and has liponU ul In its acrordin ood There has been an ahuii thpr meats and the many tl ichotl placed the market writ as the ani laying h almoe I the f r r miles south of Haz railway and sixteen northwest of Ar fotir four ndlcs from the present overnight change in the altbougli 4 4 the line was Ient bark a short distance on the Kemmel dominating tlie beiglit jiosItiAas of Kemmel riilge is west of the lower end of the hi ich fought for The German gain was for the British Immedi ately Uclivered counter attacks which restored the situation thcttv Britishofficial war cflire report located violent artillery action in the The cannonade continued idl and was April this messase commanded a delivery cleric to Jimmy a messen ger Jimmy looked at the ad dress and was surprised to find it was for his McGill fell Bobbin In a chair after reading the mes sage her son handed Fred killed in i I1 is was the rd Wednesday Klijah i west Oak Irnm Anjirj o Law of Ihe drail l visiiini lit CuMly home the j Illiiw of Calonel s 1 mice was L She roniniiuvl a sliirt time ill of 2cttii infornia 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