Clearfield Progress, February 20, 1919

Clearfield Progress

February 20, 1919

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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 Warmer. Friday min or mow. VOLUME XIIL THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS THURSDAY EVENING FEBRURARY NUMBER 195 ATLANTIC GALE EEN ISO GALE SWEEP MNSPORTS ENROOTE ARE BATIl I I i I I t [SECOND DIVISION CHASED BOCHE IN BLOODY CONFLICT ME men understand they they know that within BY WEBB MILLER French offieois looked on in amaze- Press Staff Correspondent! ment. With the Third Army on the Rhine, J "Do these I Feb. 4 By In the battle thai asked. "Do probably saved Paris; in the a few hours many of them will be counter-offensive that broke and Anierican armics. espionage act, returned a The division landed in France in of not guilty. The Amer- the early autumn of 1917. The offi- Social Society, jointly In- cers were mosty experienced regulai ed ship drill. He has not yet, dieted with Hearing and accused army officers wtih regiments com decided Whether he Will address of vrintinv posed of a nucleus of regulars anu a joint session of Congress on, and circulating fn h, the League of Nations but it is, on the great mad was declared guilty two counts. BOSTON, February transport George Washington is expected to arrive in Boston Afpnday according to a wireless melange today to Admiral Fletcher Wood of the First Na- they may find that the Second Di- the Maine, vsion played a greater part in chang- "e ay 'ln the ing the course of the war than any (Marines repulsed an attack. Then other Americn any if10 tiRhtmjr in Belleau Wood. In iheir f.r.n altiick the marines gain- ed a iootliold in the woods in the face jof terrible machinegun fire. Tht wfoti was literally alive with machine gunners. In the almost impene trable undergrowth and among Sir the Germans concealed scores ol nests arranged for in- single division in Europe. in T T The Second Division captured about (By United Press) one-fourth of the entire number of NEW YORK, Feb. prisoners taken by the American Ex {filading fire. Within a few days the division was shifted to the Blanc Mont sector. By an impetubuU attack the Germans were shoved back and the martyred city of Rheimt, relieved. In an ad- vance nearly 2500 prisoners were tak- en. The losses aggregated 4975 men, of which about half were only slight- ly wounded. The dead numbered 702, while 977 were seveiely wounded. Shortly afterward the attack in the Argronne was launched. In this fight the Second drew from the Germans the first admission in their commit I n'que during the war that their line i IS HI Lung Penetrated PARIS, Feb. assail- ant's bullet penetrated one of Premier Clemenceau's lungs, causing a slight hemorrhage I yesterday afternoon, it was of- ficially announced today. His condition, however, was said ta be satisfactory. A business oportunity, the like ol was broken. The Americans smashed ;which seldom presents itself in this PARIS, Feb. au- thorities with the co-operation UM For dflVS mil- ruitvin.aiia i 1 n. 12 went on Hindenburp line and the'section, is open for a quick purchasoi of intelligence officials of the id been penetrated ana Stellung-both formidable sy, DuBois just now. Severay year., powers were conduct- ecnrely. One by one the ma ,of suceefivo wicle ol charles j Bangert, one of marines filled to full strength by the hinegun nest.-, were wiped out of tHt nister wood mostly with the bayonet strong point-. In spite of the difficult newsPaPer men of that re- but west. "nod. Meanwhile the Fourth brigade ANTI-RED FLAG BILL REPORTED in with the French for six weeks attack upon Vaux. a rain and stubborn resistance the di- that the life of a vision crashed through and starten country editor wa.s too exacting ano the Germans on the run. By thi.s i unremunerative occupation for a time the whole German military of modeht testeS; cut hlmself almost entlre1' intense coun'r-ari'llpiymg. T5at that he was only slightly i ed is 'altogether true. I was The total casualties were vhich 1260 wrre killed straight ahead into the enemy lines. At dawn the Germans found the Americans behind the.m, smd a panic ensued. The maneuver was several times. On the hat' he extreme of purchasing and installing neatest and most complete print any of tiu the armistice the famed Second En- PT Kineers threw a bridge across an" Whc" the W" ou' under heavy ffire and the Piftli corps occupied the bridgehead on the he'ghts across the river. The Sec oncl was .still fighting when the armis- and hi one of his'sons, lay down the tools 01 trade and'took up the implements of tiee ordered. i t During the advance the men suf- fen-rl many hardships owing to rf the busiest places in the busy me- and missinp. At first the hospitals were inarlo luate to care for the stream of rapid movement in cold rain ovei on the field tleep with murt' Somp- times the and the men ways ahead. In the Argonne-Meause fighting dtvis-ion 3299 men. Only 403 kjiipH n hour, tlu> Second attacked behind thr j trucks. They knew the terribe .-ig- tanks at the vital point of the thrust' mficance of the coming battle. near Sois-ons. In enjoyed a wide tatei. ish his memory. Obituar The Clparfield Afl-i- Society is holding its defendants to mak, annual hero today and statement before tho sentenc a larore m %vas pronouneed. sentence was denied by Federal Judjre Landis today in the case- of Victor Berger. Socialist con- gressman-elect and four other lCWei a forced march of 12 Socialist leaders. Each of the toward Chateau Thioriv The broa. KXAMINATIO.N FOR THE POSI- TION OF POSTMASTER CLEARFIELD, PA. The U. S. Service or J. W. WETTER GOES TO PHIUPSBURG .L Wiliam Wetter for Severn' years chief engineer for the Bituminous Coal Corporation has re to accept the general supenn- The of the meetinsr will ho in The Progress tomorrow. wax c.ammed pitiful nfartr> lot fifi por cent nf ils caravans of distracted w thin three hours As the officers the Hun. On tne same road weir fell took their p'ace until BEG PARDON STOCK OPENINGS Yes. wo know there a lot of people wlio are sick and hearing about that RED EXVE- By United Press LOPE. On the other hani. York. Feb were many peop'e thank us for so 01- On tne same roail weir the hiekcri of F'rench troops withlrawmpr The} w ere utter'j worn out anr! .lisrouraRed Many of the rer o> to halt th vutor- one in thr X nth infantij nep'ojing runr.f rs hur'ie 1 up with to JTO into the line w th'n a houi- Tht iren wrre tok' The[ .r-nicdiatelv ar-nouluro pack? ami thiew thrP'oe'vc- upon the ground th a fesv I'-ir.utfs of sit-j> ad riept .30 A sroup oji" fell o'.heii, sOTL'tnnc- tommancird bat ronirenial fompjmo-h P tran-- TL'RNPIKE PROPERTY HANDS r-uirert t'x'ij t-j th" pf feet that tl.e R {I Thompson prop- pry