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   Ogden Examiner, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1918, Ogden, Utah                             VOL. 16. VOL. 272. OGDEN, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29. 191S. TWENTY-FOUR PAGES j Breaking Hun Lines 'At Four Gigantic Drives FORT MALMAISON TAKEN BY FRENCH fANKEES ADVANCE AS DRIVE RENEWED Have Reached Outskirts of Brieulles and Exermont, German Bases North- west of Verdun. SUCCESSES OF ALLIES IN UNITED ASSAULTS Belgians. British, French and Americans, All Make De- cided Gains in Attack. With on (By ,3110 AssScSatcd Amirkwn Uie HnaV ermbnt, 'prisoners liavii jjctin In throe days more, than sizty enemy.'. elrplancs 'have been brought down. The American loss In that period was less thun twen- ty. Paris, Sept. Man- gin lias captured fXjrtMalmolsun, 'one of Uid strongholds southwest oC according to tho war office announcement tonight. He holds tills imsitlon strongly. Anti German Demonstration Assuming Serious Charac- ter 'With Demonstra- tions Before Palace. AUSTRIAN TROOPS TO TAKE OCHRIDA SEC-TOR Dual Monarchy Reported to Be Making Effort to Stop Advance in Macedonia. Paris, Sept. jcrman peace demonstrations in Sofia iiavc assumed a serious character since last Sunday, disturbances iKiving taUen Ulace even opposite the- royal palace, according to information reaching Kurich. Communications between Vienna find Sofia are reported to have been in- terrupted while excitement in Buda- pest is running high. The Austrian crown council has been summoned and the political lead- in 'it .is ers have afriVed stated. Bent.' 18 'ta -tho. of- sistauce.of .the Buleatlaiis, according office'rstatement tonight, .records' the .'-repulse' b'f.'-en'emy attacks west-of-'Lake Ochrlda "In'a defensive sector whtch we have taken over the Bulgarians." London, Sept. attack today between Ypres and Dixmude the Belgians made an advance of more than Uiree and a half miles, taking 4000 prisoners. The official communication from Belgian headquarters tonight says: "We attacked this morning between Dixmudo and north of Yprcs after violent artillery preparation irf co-op- eration, with French and British bat- teries." MARCOING IS TAKEN.--- BY BRITISH FORCES London, Sept.' enemy counter-attacks around Beaucarrip on the Caiubral front, Tvcro repulsed last night by the British, according to Field Marshal Haig's report from headquarters this evening. This morn- ing tho British advanced two miles beyond this ridge, occupying the High- land and Welsh ridges. The British have captured Sailly ana Pulleul, as well as Noy- elles, Caulains and Fontaine-Notro Dame. ENTIRE FRENCH LINE LAON ADVANCED With the French Army on tho Aisno Front, Sept. Associated Mangin's troops ad- vanced today to Port Mulmataon. Tho Germans reacted violently at certain Mints, giving the repression that they were jirotecting a retirement clse- Tlio entire .French line from Vailly to Viinxaiiion moved forward in the 'lirei'fion tho Aisnc canal. This i'1'i'iiiuff the French occupy a line fmnh ut Briineourt, north of Plnon, Fort da La iialmalson, "iimeroi farm and Rouge ilalson. J hy Gerifrans had prepared a trap ;'t Fort Malmatson, but tho explosion no damage to the French troops, to precautions thnt has been t.i i, reporls from the Ohnmpasiio Sily uvc continue.'! iiiu inmost violence. Tho fior- i aro making a desperate aland tu enable tho retirement of Bravely thrcn'tcnoiK at other .S alonK the front. Tho Impres- tliis evening is that tho enemy 'KhiK urc-iit efforts with his force 'tld Koconilfiry positions on tho '-'iiliurt- line, u enemy ia wllh Iho cu- t'CotvUuuod on rago WnTCDRAWAIi IN AIiBAMA. London, Sept. Is with- drawing her troops from Albania, ac- cording to reports received in Amster- dam from well-informed circles, the Central News correspondent-at Amster- dam wires. ALLIES FOIUJJE AHEAD. .-London, Sept. tha Asso- ciated p. advance of the Entente Allied forces in Mace- donia continues, says an official state- ment Issued this evening by the British war office. Greek troops are pushing to the eastward .along the Balachitza range. .British and Greek forces also are moving on Patrich along the Struautea1 valley. Patrich is about twenty miles Inside the Bulgarian frontier. Several guna'of various calibre have tured. GREEKS ADVANCING. Athens, Friday, forces continue to advance In Mace- donia, a statement from the war office today says, and are operating in the region of Frilsp, east of the Vardaz and north of Dolran. The statement reads: "Greek units operating with the Al- lied troops now are in the Prilep re- gion and aiding in driving the enemy LP General March Shows How the New Offensive Power and Unified Command Are Aiding Allies ISOLATE TURKEY AND GET RUMANIA'S HELP Tremendous Drive in Balkans is Being Carried Out by LOAN QUOTA IS REACHED BY ALASKA FIRSUAY Alaska Packers' Association Subscribe Which Puts Territory Over the Top. Washington, Sept. by the concentrated offensive power of he American, army, unified. military action on. the western front under Alarshal Foch has forced Bulgaria te seek a separate peace .In the opinion of General March, chief of staff, tho Jefectlon Bulgaria, carrying with It he only connecting link between Tur- key and the central powers and foro- ihadovving the probable restoration of Rumania to' tho fighting ranks, the chief of staff, said today in his wcek- y conference Is dub to' the-massing of French, British and American 'o'rces1 on -western .front.. "Last news lurlnsrihe .continoiis-. y vcek, fjfc -.'-'TheVdefectlpn'.pf Bulgaria, 'their desire for a separate peace'Is not" only mportant toward the conduct, of the war from the standpoint of diplomacy and its general effect upon the grand frategy of'the war but'it .'also 11- ustrates to a striking degree, the re- luts of the present1" concentration of drees jon the western front. 'Previous 6 this time whenever a'ny, part of the' entral empires' front was threatened was possible for Germany to devote nd divert some German .divisions with German commanders to tho thrbat- ened front, while they held tho west-'1 em front with a relatively smaller force. GREAT ENTHUSIASM IN CAMPAIGN FOR BONDS Encouraging Note in Reports 'Showing Communities Real- ize Immense Task Ahead. Washington, Sept. 28. Messages from all section? of the United States reached the treasury department to- day almost simultaneously with the opening of the campaign for the fourth Uiborty telling, of .villages, citlw jrlihlri a their "That day has gono pa By con- centrating the entire American force on tho western front that force, to- gether with the British and French armies under General Foch, holds the German army there, and we see the result in Bulgaria demanding a sep- arate peace. WOULD ISOLATE TUKKJSY. "The obvious importance of this J move, which would foreshadow if it goes through, the isolation of Turkey and the probable re-entrance of Ru- mania into the war needs only to be mentioned. It is perfectly clear to everybody." Turning to a map of the Balkan front. General March said tho mili- tary situation In that region was too plain to need analysis. "That Js a tremendous he continued, "and carried out by rela- (Continued on Page Two.) (Continued on Pago Two.) 'PEi CT cam'e .ifroAi the A the treasury so'on after Secretary Wc- Adoo arrived at his desk saying that tho Alaska Packers' association of San Francisco, .with' a subscription of had completed tho entire loan allotment for every town, vil- lage camp In tho terri- tory. A telegram received however, said "all communi- ties ara ambitious to moro thon double their allotments." Parades and other patriotic dem- onstrations marked the opening of the campaign throughout the nation, while news from tho war fronts In In Europe, particularly from tho sue- tors where American troops were-driv- ing forward added to the Impetus of tho first day's campaign. HEAVY SALKS THIS WEEK While reports were received from scores of communities reporting over- subscription of allotments on Iho Ini- tial day of tho great campaign it was pointed out that the speedy and ef- fective organization in smaller places which served to complete -the allotted task so quickly had not brought in compa w re :hlch will bulk largely when id with the total. Tho treasury Jn a. statement tonight said that tho selling stride would scarcely be struck over tho en- tiro country before next week. "It will be impossible to predict be- fore that llmo whether tho campaign has started tho state- ment said. "The most encouraging note of all in today's reports is that all communities realize that the coun- try has before it an enormous task In the raising of Tho con- sensus of opinion to bo that London, Sept. military cor-1 respondent of tho Manchester Guard- ian says 'that the Bulgarian overtures for an amistice and peace are much moro than an admission that Bul- garia is defeated; they express her formal verdict that Germany has lost tho war. "Bulgaria camo Into tho war on tho strength of her .conviction that Germany was says tho correspondent. her front was broken through lost week Bulgaria must havo asked Germany nnd Aus- tria what measures they taJto to her and the present proposal of Bulgaria shows the character of tho 'fflncn tho allied attack in tho Bal- kans opened no Austrian troops havo nnponretl on tho Bulgarian front. Somn OorniiinB been encoun- tered but they wcro before tho prcs- l attack 'Germany would willingly nond slirh reinforcement.-! nn sho could, but tho Bulgarians mado up their mirfds they would be poor support." Analyzing Bulgaria's cry of distress tho London Times finds one of tho ex- planations in tho fact the war never was popular with the rank and file of tho Bulgarian army. The soldiers have realized more and more of late thfl paper asserts, that the present policy of their country was not pay- Ing and never would pay. "K anything: Is to come out of the Bulgarian request.' tho Tlmca soys, "we miint cut out all elftbomto man- euvering for Argumentative poult Inn and come to tho point without th-lay. tho Bulgarians aro willing to throw over their allloa on terms which leave us free to carry out tho known ob- jects of our Balkan policy they will bo to say no at ftnce." Tho allied govtirnmonls, tho Daily Kxprefw wiys, will not pay too blfc n jirk'o Cor thft (Iintlnct at'vaninjfo of a Miparntft'pc.ifo and thoy will not fi.r-( pot Serbia. The Times dpclaren it in! over-confidence is the greatest danger to bo guarded against until the loan 'actually is subscribed.'1 FORT DODGE 11KCORD Fort Dodge, wns among com- munities first sporting in a message stating its quota of ?2, 000, 000, was raised exactly at midnight Friday. St. Albans, Vt., reported at 10 a. m. nn oversubscription of A of New York towns including Irving- ton, tho former home, of Secretary ItlcAdoo, had completed their allot- ments at noon. Mldriletown, Conn., also raised its share In the first twelve hours. N. was nn. early city to report. .LaGrange, Ga., at 9 m., had over-subscribed Its quota, a mcs- sago said. Marigold, Glascock county, Georgia, Miss., mill Jennctt, La., were other cities In tho south report- ing subscriptions equally their as- signed nuotns. American Army Hears Reports On Bulgar Plan With (ho American Army In Trance. Sept. Tho Associated Prr-ssj Krports of tho Bulgarian for an ftrmlstlro reached t hit ran- linos thin afternoon. Tholr rocrlpt co- J.ncldcnt with Gorman M- for cmnm'vndors In Iho to lical With tho present propofiftl, thoimn nnnmy Is of I cm f Ida. ALLIES IN BIG SMASH ON TEUTON DEFENSES Battlefield That Is 250 Miles Long Aflame With Fire as Foch's Forces Hit Huns SERIOUS INROADS IN FOUR GREAT SECTORS Belgians, British, French and Americans Are Pressing Germans Back Rapidly (Dy Tilt Associated Frm) Over a front of Uiav lit mllei from the NnrtS m to VtrdM the imuhlni Into Almost .Positive Preventativc of Contraction of Pneu- m'onia Secured by Government. WaBhington, Sept. with a' recently discovered aerum which from teats just completed at several army camps has been found to be an almost positive preventive of contraction of pneumonia, will bo ustd to combat tho epidemic of (Spanish in- fluenza which in tho week ending to- day had made Its appearance in every stato and in all but a few army camps causing many deaths. Use of the vaccine will be widely extended, congress today having ap- propriated a million dollars to be uned by tho public health service in fight- ing Spanish Influenza and other com- municable diseases, Tho recolutlon carrying the appropriation offered In tho house by RoprcHcntatlvo Glllett of Massachusetts, was adopted by a unanimous voto )n both houses, MEDlCATj AID PROVIDED Tho public health service aided by tho medical forces of the army and navy immediately took stops to ren- der effective aid to all districts In which influenza haa xnado Its appear- ance. Nurses and physicians in larft'O numbers will bo dispatched to tho af- fected elates and training camps. Tho serum which has boon used to a limited extent in several cainus but Certain Defeat of Susan B. Anthony Amendment in Senate Only Other. Alternative Washington, Sept. cer- tain defeat or withdrawal admitted to bo tho only present alternatives the house .resolution proposing nubinla- filon to tho etatefl of tho Susan B. An- thony equal suffrage amendment fur- nished another aharp but brief tight in tho senate today and then went over until Monday. In the mean- timo conferences will b'e held between its supporters to decide whether on Monday it shall bo brought to voto with defeat apparently assured, or again be aside indefinitely. Facing1 a filibuster begun today by opponents of the resolution loss of the vote of Senator J3enet of South Caro- lina, who had been counted among tho supporters but who today an- nounced he would vote in the negative ind also absence of many senators supporting the resolution tho woman, suffrage torcca wuro on the defensive. That tho opposition is strong enough to defeat tho resolution was conceded Ijolh by Senators Plttmnn of Nevadn Democrat, and Smoot of Utah, Hepub- Ican, who have worked actively in behalf, woman Chairman Jones suffrage committee, of did the 'onnally concede defeat but said lie would consider between now and Mon- day what course should be taken. Tho no announcement had been made of .rewoJution may be brought to a vote its discovery pending tho rcaults of for tho purpose of providing' a record widespread tests. riiyslclans connect- ed with tho aimy medical school de- vtloped the formula for the serum, which, it was nt.'itnd tonight, is now being manuka-lured in quantities suf- ficient to provide for the trculmcnt GO, 000 persons dally. The scrum Is designed primarily to prevent pneu- monia which often follows attacks of and whlvli Is the of pnicticnlly ul) the death aUrllnitfd to nflucnzn, KXPKOT MVCII SrcCKSS One treatment the v.icclno only In needed although in tin1 early singes of Its development three, vnrelimHoiiH were found noccspmy. Though nifiil- cnl nil thru I ties counseled with tlif! public health service declined U vfji- :uro a prediction ns to Us effectlv'r- nosx, thpy fin Id confidently thul it will prove vnlimhta tlie vnodnos tir- for tho November elections or with- dntwn for several weeks. "Vlrtualb ull of supporters tonight privately aJmitted that not enoiiBh voto can bo mustered now for U.s adoption. Opponents today began but were nol to continue a filibuster In their effort to postpone action until Monday l.'r.c-nunn of thu altHonce of several sen- Most of toilny'.H debate was oc- f-uplt'd I'y nonalnrs fnvorlng thu reso- lution with Senators Pltlumn and Smoot renewing their controversy r.e- tf of OcmoL-nitlc and lltNin support the qucstlnn rllsan polltirw. of used nfiMnnt other 'lln locelvgd todiiy Artlnc Surgeon General Richard allow thul (Continued on Two.) GIVK Sopt. JS.- -CunerOK? to- day appropriated u million dollnrs to used by (ho pwhlln builth service In fltrh'.inf: and othrr rnnuniinlratlvc (UponJ-rs, and dl- Hid s'M'fotnrU-s of wnr, nnvy nml tho treasury to their incrlloal tnrftn of tho army, navy and hciilth eorvleo In nhling tho work north' of Ypfw. around Cimfcraf, north; of vec- tor. Addttlohal added to -thii total of the last undnverml hun- dred hiora'giini of all callbrtc htve boon taken frbin y Vital wUcctwtB art i the In their new drtvi for In which troopt nro aiding In the wcot of-Le- Catelet. Tho capture of Cambriil by tho British' would appear to be near. From the west the British within one apd thrce-quflrters miles of Cam- brjil at two points and sll natural ob- stacles havo been overcome. The same is true on the. north where the Brit- ish, are pushing1 forwa'rd 'rapidly. Southwest of Cambral, Field Marnhal Ilalffs 'men are fighting for tho cross- ings of tho Scheldt canal. Douni, the German base of Arras and ono of the outlying de- fenses of the great of the Lille, also is threatened by tho Cam- brat operation. The Brltloh have crossed tho high road between Doual and Cambral and the railroad connect- ing them Is useless to tho Germani. Southwest of Doual tho British are reported to havo taken Arleux. BELGIAN'S STA11T DRIVE Belgian troops entered the great of- fensive movement Saturday by begin- ning an operation In conjunction with tho British in the DIxmude-Tprea area. The allies aro reported to have pushed forward rapidly and were re- ported fighting through the Houthulat forest, which haa been looked upon as tho keystone of tho enemy defen- sive .system between Ypres and the ;n. General Mangln' resumed his slow progress toward tho heights of the Chemln des Dames tho southern de- fense lino of the great and important massif of Laon. Ground has been Rained south of the high point at Mel- malson, the bitterly contested villages of Jouy and Aizy, have fallen to tho French. Tho western flank of the Cham- pagne-Verdun offensive, tho French are pushing over the heights behind the Ilindenburg line. From the Ar- gonno cost of the the Ameri- 'cans nro forcing their way Into tho Kreimhlld positions. Some ground has been gained near the Argonoe forest but the American progress Sat- urday apparently had slowed down souiQ from tho first two days. ICUXS IN TKS1IT With a 250-niilo line aflame over almost ihi e-ntire length. Marshal Foch has tho German command in a tight On ouch of the four sectors thn allies throjitnn important bases and lunblo communication lino. The German command probably wil Touble In placing It? to the Host ndvantngo the nlltos are In a aosltlon to ntrlkfl on still more 5pc- ora if Marshal Foch In Mncfflrtnla thn nrn prrw- K the tiff rated Gvrmana and Wul- V   

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