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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Washington, Indiana                                t xni NO qmn Supply Base thing the battles the front and politics until after the ACJtbeimeeting It developed that the percentage of republicans ofthe district now with the colors greater than that or the and the workers are Imbued IdiM that It will be easy sailing Chairman Vu Nays of the state committee present and tnlil of hundred anil elghtrrichl army anil marine r rlnde the following Imlliinu men Ilngler ra of nnil Jamra of Indian unil Ijiniy killed In SEPfEIEfi excellent condtlon that tlie ship of IS NOT A FRKB SlPPORTER OF THE demncraey Is July The to Britishallied shipping due to enemy handled such fllows ofUayjcMUcount July rear guard took plarf north of the Mnrndurinjr nifilit in ivlilrh Impnitant territory chunked KCveral tlmen but the Americans anil Kronen won out in he The French war officetoday announced that Grnminx delivered a powerful rbantrr attack near Dorninns nnd succeeded momentarily in or cnpying mull I meters north of and the village of APPROACH JKKAT HlX WAR lly KnieKt Staff by the American and French troops continued without over a wide jiart of ttio Aisnc front with the allies a nuinler of additional rillncrx and advancing their lines within about four miles of tinCirrmnn Aupply haw of anil the Clintelet have nil been taken from the crmaiiN in dashing nttackH between the Aisne nnd Marne FrancoAmerican now hattlin In complete ilurir uccupa tlon of Hie forest of Fere nnd Rlz DE1HTS IS FUN Inmiony Dinner In Spread in Old Post Town With William Allen Cullop candidates were present a action or marine for the month of totalled gross the barj this beinj the lowest record for any mony affair wUh thepossible excepmonth since September Ifr Ion of two W1H Th British lossea totalled of recelvid good j nt end allied and neutral losses ining at the primary at jthe were I I of was also present and stood Thn total losses for Quarter ended right up and said he was fer Baysljuno MJ amounted to last and all the ACCUSED OF HKINH i July aid age aivl Harry age both of were arrested here Wednesday and are held In ac cused of being deserters from a Unit ed States army 78 tons AUDITING OF COMPLAINTS AND NOT UK VllH OVKK A SPECUUTION IS ON will Glre llntft Slilis Ample Time to llrlif llrfore Commission with the mirmony gathering uiirter jince third quarter nf examiners of the state board Fred one of the various sonsjright the ton famous nyj sittings continue the high j of accounts ure their annual f Sullivan who has a han1 A1Ien and within a level of recent j examination of the hooks of county eriug to go into the congress of thejow bloclis of his no one has Unrage of steamships of j Thi audit tons nnd over entering or clear1 year of The FEREEXTARDKXOIS IMIKR FIRK OK July the fluhlinjc of the lust tivo tUiys between lie Aisnc and the the allies have ndvnnced a of three Tbcxe gnlw in their The French progressed orcr a twelvemile line running nortitwest MMlthMWt of on the Ourcq In IVloup on the who clearing np the Rlz July Anierinin troops conlinuo to forco hack auii tlic norfhwost nnd bayc patfltratnl tile enemy from a depth of from one to two Hays iencrnl PcrnbiiiKSi cnnununlque uhnounced Tnlted was the fyeadliner In he democratic harmony Hnhdub at Wednesday and the coal oil and other ise lord of made many tatements that had as well been left Bays speech was the chief feature of the It was intended to be the keynote of his and he save considerable time to Representative j the republican nominee to The tenor of Bays speech was to show that In of the claims that be has sup ported the president in all measures lor the picsecution of the that he tas bren forced Into supporting some of the more Important ones by public been found who tlie former con gressman on the It was giien out to the newspapers that Edwin Corr of was one of the Corr not he having beenIn e will rover examiners from Ililted Kingdom HorrN and Doanc er man coastwise and cross channel checking the records of Is The I auditors office at the present time the here Tlipy are the county Ington at a hearing of the public ser vice and left thin city for Kdwardsporti But thats only in Keeping with the democratic way for the quarter ended was considerably Mien the of the two preceding wrote a tetter to the republican edi of this district declaring against tie passage of the conscription act and Insisting that it would not be fair force the hoys of the Second Into poisoned gas trenches of Europe and that in his opinion the conscrip tlon law would not be Bays said this letter was published in republican newspapers about that OF ris of Blpomlngton who Is in factories and who ined of by tho local LIBERTY LOAN DATES VMLLY DECIDED OAifPAIGX TO niX FROM TKMIIKR 28 TO OCTO Bur association living in Was held a meeting this mornir office of Tharp nnd made arrangement streets1 i came up li when the the nil the German called by the KAISER CALUS OF grand council of at which nnd military chiefs will he repi esented bus For time since the battle of the Marne said a dis patch from n German source German ncwspapf rs are net printing tlie communiques issued by the French i It error to underestimate Ike Amcrirnn nnd do wnnld only expose tlie German to the Berliner was quoted LINKAXINTAKE Bays also asserted that the night iylf South of Rosxsignol the Rritlsli line ad vnrftrd in during the the war announced Some prisoners and fix machine Runs were The Germans at tempt raid south of Vlllersltrptnnneux but wera 5 TO PBACIJ Jnly Information bos reacbrd thU Rovcrn ment tint the lucent German ponce offer granting concessions In the west but Mkinx a rreohand In the eant will be nnwented officially within the next ten Senator Hamilton of Illinois decUredIn tlie sen thfc The chief termn will decUre a free return ronenciomi to Serrin antl allmited Lewis declared T They will also contain for free on condJtlons that Germany irlll Ije allonrd hand in AX TROOP MpVEMKXTS ARE IN fortildden to the ounrd arrordins to before congress voted for the declar ation of war against Bland was that hedid not know how to He said that Bland that telegraphed to more than 100 men In the district asking their ad vice how he should Bays insisted that Bland had not until that hourmade up bis mind to for the although hy knew about the atrocities Ger many had practiced and that thei leaders of his own party were favori able to the war i Bays also took Bland to task In his own way for criticising the presidenti at the meeting of the republican I tors at Indianapolis last Bays declared It Is inconsistent to advocate he election ofmen who are known to be to nhe pgfegldcnfa program for the pjrpsecu tlonof the and hepromlsed funeral of John form erly of this which will thin city tomorrow Decision to attend the which will be held at the FiVst Meth a pallbcar t resoln odlst Episcopal in was and honorary ers were To dra a committee consisting of Allen and Thorp was for the streets by nppenr and fourth Liberty loan campaign in Ihejbf next still between As the tearingenuredupon tb3 September 28 and October interesting things hegan The committee will report day of the September term Billhelmer was a lead the first of ing mem week committee representing appeared and as caring of overalls on the women The il to invite the to resent their side of the e girls appeared to the ore than but none representatives at I middle of the j of of tlie tended the Mayor Weaver read a letter from the withdrawing the In the communication it was public sentiment in ajrls wearing overalls to and from wo citizens of Washington who urc Interested In the hearing before the public service commission of of the Washington I Isht Piwer are now do Ins not a little speculation to what the verdict of the commission will be to what If l j will alTecl local i The hearing closed af ternoon about and CommliHion er and his left In a time for Edwardsport where j the party Jinrded a Vandalla train for At adjournment of j the hearing the commissioner irt formed the attorneys for both fides jof the raae thai twenty or pie would be giren after reiving the evidence offered from the j to develop and it Is uncertain ai to her of the Davless county b ir at one j The funeralparty willarrive I from Brown county nt oclock I tomorrow afternoon over the ERISSHOPPEBS MEHIiOE CBOPS HELP APlKAR IX GRKATJffMj American July Ail1 announcement is expected J this week In permit Liberty the oatcome loan workers and business stnnPe When Street Commissioner to arrange for the Morton was in the witness The of the drlvr will W Gorman raised tho duced from the usual asi of of gewBze by recommended by many Liberty he wanted to know of witfi the hope of avoiding f the strcy commissioner If It was not the usual slump of Interest In 8torm seWersiof the rjty which carried at the did j not enter Into White river just Intake pipe of the also wanted to know this could what the and why the city persists In doftiB The same line of questions propounded to City one of the attorneys tpr tho and thesV men 4s Heasons promptfnR omrhils to choose these iates included the fact that during October proVi bly can make liberal subscriptions from harvest and that It was desirable to end the campaign a week or two before November Thousands of candidates for office are expected to enroll of both Liberty loan although dis cussion of political Issues will not be lol on page a scene In an issued that If to he could j by the commAtee onpublic InfortmV displayed of tha Brunswick fib shows j Lieutenant lllbert In on of four men lying on utbe Bjoremtnts of t i to support The In keeping with the democratic way of In j Indiana this reserved to himself arid party rightto fisbt boost the Democratic party into thejltnellsht at j every Atithe name time the wassuch as to republi cans thk counlry doing any 4 1 I to clover and In the southern part have appeared In suchnum bers that the farmers have appealed to county agricultural to take some step jto eradi cate i The aent the graiutbopperft can be destroyea Inthe where they have Weeks in the Hospital VfAS WHAT drew for one of the bumps he got is to be repeated by request at but that the work advised that a potaonons bait be scattered In the and says that within itwenty four hours there will be anoticeable difference In the number of Boy Scouts here and at Browns town volunteered to Matter the bait where a number of farmers will In this way the time of tho farmers will notbe taken1 from other necessary The grasshop pers first appeared early id thejipring sonth of this and in a few places they were so that they cc JUd he from the swut uibw un hoppew have become a serious menjith U6 teal that It Is to clnvftr ann ntlier tn thA a picture of Inman has been verified by his 33 eist Sixteenth1 lieutenant was gassed f May4 on the Lorraine since been In i base hospital of It li evident the original photograph was taken at the base Presents MISS 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