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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Washington, Indiana International XIH 88 y i ficlal communication from Japan bad I arrived they have been forecast In tlio Associatedpress President Wilson had teen con ducting the negotiations In giving thorn his almost un divided His determination to see u democracy preserVed for the people bus been tmaltcnd by any of the has made the task of finding a irny to ex tend aid to them a most ing THK OIUKCT OF RUSSIA AID IS TKCTIOX F VKOVIM AXI TOnAVS PBEXOH AXI VAXKKKS PUSH FORWARD DKSIITK OF Jifx STRIKIC rnu HARD IX MOXT1HIHKR WAIl IIISTIIHT July TheFrniuoAmcrlcan forces on the front have advanced from onehalf miles between Oulrhy If anil tiorili and iiorl hcat of CJia leau Hols Chatclet recaptured from tlio landers In Part of Prince Rupiircchls reserves from Flande SISTEMENI COMING SOON From House Itcfuro ICnd of Ircscnt Ho flic Tlic Germans evidently arc tryinft uphold their prestige rrfus Ing to evacuate the Maine salient the heavy losses entailed by try ing to hold on to General is conserving lib MILK OX FOIIt MILK By Karl Staff July French launched a tine ofTcjisive northivcst of Montdidler at this with activities on the rne tliree and onehalf they had 11 mile capturing fiavillers rtbelr nqvniice on front Janlncmnc and advancing beyond the northern bank of the They abw took making jirogross bctirecn Ourrq and Maine rlv The Germans are biInsing up artillery and tholr rcxlstanre is stif Xorlh of the the French the heights of Conrcolles and are now holding the lirnd of the i iver fi cm n near Chasins to Tlic Marnc has been crossed by tinFrench nt furth er Tlic Rritlsh that xvere thrown into struggle 1etween the niijl Gernians at Pellt Thesltiintlon Is favorable at this writing but rapid developments nre t GKRMAX nUSISTAXCl By Henry Stuff With American Army nt the July troops nd vnnclng ofKpMesjMjvc formed a contact with the who struck norrtjivnrd from tlie Mont Tlie Germans being cleared from the HnrUHton wood and lit lip pf the Thierry Is bcilng wiped German getting j July of tbe United States for participation in the expedition to give military aid to Russia ere expected to bo announced In a puLlir statement by President Wilson probably before the end of the The it is will be of explicit nature beside niakrng clear tho means of tbe aid to be that the United States has only unselfish and ini tonds to firmly beside the Rua dhttKpeopta lit their The sending of economic aid also will be announced In the presi dents statement but the personnel of jthc commission probably will not I Will Not Draw Plans for tho military expedition to be conducted jointly by tho United States anil Japan with Great Britain and It Is do not at this lime contemplate the recon struction of the eastern front as n battle line to draw German Iroopsj i from the The objects of the ns they will be outlined In detail In President Wilsons statement which he personal Is will lie to protect American the Inter ests of the Russian people themselves In their fight for democracy and for July lundred and live j nrniytv ami marine corps ivrrc nil niiunccd Tlif following Indl mm nirn of killed In anil Chnilcs of Gary neverely COKXKR ORATORS A XI RIP VAX JAIL YAWNS FOR THEM Measure in KtTect After Two Publi OaiN Accept Without Street corner pool and club room and all others not cd In regular employment In rngton must go or jail provisions of the new war wbich was passed at regular onday Enforcement will begin as soon It high time the of automobiles wjio hav some respect lor the liven feelings of organize Into an organization for the enforcement of ihe state laws upon tlie thoroughfares of Mom than half of cars In use hereabouts Rlvi no more heed to the dimmer law than had It never been passed by the general asseni ibly the road hog Is ever with and the Joy par tlen are becoming entirely too Accidents will It1 unheard of after a few trips nro madeby offenders of thn law Into tbe court of Godwin Coal com Mitchell Lime crushed Webster Lumber Richard garbage collec KXKITTIVK TAKKS OVKH GiLETSOII NAMED CHIEF Management of SyHtcmM of onunun Icnllon PIIKMM lo Govrmnumt July as required by The ordinance was Introduced at tho regular meeting of council two i weeks ago and read for the first Indiana counties In the Eighth fed1 After it had been read for oral reserve banking whichthe second time last the rules has its headquarters at I ware the ordinance read have already started to organize ton for tho third and last time and placed Jnly graph nnil telephone systems of Iho United Slates will be under federal j mutt nl after midnight July Pteoldrnt Wilson Issued a Rohlnson Fire Apparatus taking over these two systems and appointing PoMnuute General Rurlcson an director Xo mention was made In the proc lamation of cable nnd radio of the repairs on Bryant Zinc zincs and Earl stamps and ex Street Erect swoiinFisii MORK the fourth Liberty loan which is expected to begin In Octob Marcus chairman for the twentyfour counties in has announced appointment of Bert of as on Its The councilman accepted the measure without amend and no negative votes The war loafer ordinance stip ulates that all persons bmwcen the chairman for District for the ntes of eighteen and shcty who are coming Fuller served j not regularly unless Incn in a similar capacity In tho third patltiited from manual labor or tern District 2 embraces norarJly out of employment because the counties of Knox Marjrff djrfcfences with their employer Orange nnd to U U modeled ASIATIC CHOLKRA TAKIXG HEAVY July arc nearly 3OO victims of the Asiatic cholera In according toin fci mat ion from there PREXCH LR which will bo sent to Russia as part the program of economic Will Re The presidents statement will be announcement to world of the decisions which have been referred In reeint news dis patched from Toklo and No oOVclal been Bf KitrJJ Reeves Staff Jaly 1 recaptured Onlchy Chateau between nnd Mnrnc 11 very from the ac report received here j tlie Jlrttlxh nre reported to liave captured Pet tit Champs uood along with a number of prisoners and forty machine V SHBLLS RAIXTXG OX July arilllerj shelling both Rides of tho Gcr i aaUgntixstwaen the AixneaudMarne width of from six to sev Clearing strip throughwhich the German crown can effect their retirement Mid acentral XCWR dispatch tram the front ff AND JAUIX3OXXK July fighting with the French on the fronl hare captured Rnraneyand said n Central rp dispatch Three hnndml prisoners were reported taken at inviAMVj viujurn j IX were tbe Germans lively local operations oh ilietonthern end of the Pleardr front Jbtt thewar oOttxrrejiortcd RETORrS OP mXDtatfUUROS pKATH Rnraont that Field Marshal Von Hlndenburg te made cause the it is United States boa been awaiting official wordjrom Toklo of tlio acceptance of Its which are understood to differ somewhat ffbin those by Great Bm aln and So far as could bo Icarned no of thew of thoPco ples National will servo us chairman of the Davless as In past campaigns and so far as possible tho old ofganlza tlon of workers will be Ko dcflnite details arc announced by the treasury thescueral umlcrstanillng the loan will be forsix billion dollars anil that It will the month of Oc nrfvless county has more than mot Us quota on every and ev eryfartve since the opening vpf the vtnr and It doubtless will do Cameron Herrpd and children j have returned from avisit with rel Natives at after the utate laws of several east ern states nnd the Indianapolis war Mccllni business only was transact ed by the city An ordinance appropriating to pay for the west Hefron btrcet bridge was as well as an ordinance providing for the issuance of bonds on account pf the concrete curi and gutter Improve ment on SoutheastFirst The city clerk was Instructed to notify Henry or hto repair tho concrete In front of the residence of Claims Herald circulate Jn mid a dispatch from that Spell It Backwards Spoilt Forwards V Spell It Upside Down or Downside Dp Hes the Same Old TONIGHT at the GRAND In the arid1 Best Comedy ever AGAIN that indniiea erery tlufll that tDonf Falrbtnka ever A fcpitfx incblof the film believe ime there five thousand feet of How that out 16 DJ July price of swordfllsh has advanced lo thirty three cents a pound wholesale on the Huston the hUhest price on record for tills season of the Several nrltlsh trawlers are now marketing their wares at the Hoston fish ROOSKVKLT WILL XOT XUMINATIOX FOR GOVKIIXOR Oyster July Inutlon for governor of Now Idcnt Wilson acting under the an Ihorlty conferred on him by the re cently enacted Anwell renolntlon this ncxm issued an executive Inking over 1m telephone and tele graph lines of the effective July 1 The onlcr will not te made public until later in the but It understood to Include mW only thn telephone and telegraph but tIKcubic companies It became known at the santn time that General Hurleon n statement to le one I Theodore ItooKevelt Issued a made public whenthe order Is given statemonWast nlsht In ciared that under no clrcumatanes j Indicated that Jthe would he nrcept the republican nomLrr ttffa PhweU In control the ur IN GAMKLV KKFlHKS ATTKXTIOX OF STRrrTCIIKR HEARERS UXTtL KXLLSTKO MKX WKItK CARRIKI OWN IXFLICTED IIV MACHIXE GCX By Staff With the American Army on the July Major Theodore who ma chine gun ballet In the left wan wounded at the very outset of Ihe al lied counter drive o n Ihe A Mame front on Thursday Major Roosevelt went over thetop with n battalion following a creeping barrnfte across a wheat AH advance went a machine that had not knocked out by the American artillery raked the with Roosevelt and several the of tho bat tallon going i In the moon the major confided his hit capvi When the be are Major Roosevelt Innlsted the listed men be carried back Flnl nlly upon reaching the major hirt saylng that nottaki up the surgeons time from Important Ha rode to the evacuation hospital on the front of the am bulance beside the lothat seriously wounded men might rent Eastside Wednesday i j FREE MOTION PICTURES INCLUDING J
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