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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1918.
RHEIMS TO SEA
targe Strategic Plans of Gen
eral Foch Reflected in Ad- j
vance of French East ,
of the Oise.
,.- m ; ,
By Associated Press. . j
Washington, Aug. 20. Interpreted
at first as a local operation intended
primarily to enable the allies to re
tain complete possession of the in
itiative on the Picardy front, the
rapidly developed success of the
French east of the Oise, tonight was
accepted by many military officials
here as a definite and fully-prepared
effort having a specific-part in the
larger tratgetic plans of General
Latest advices tonight describing
the advance of the French tenth
army for two and a half miles on a
front of more than 15 miles, was
taken as conclusive evidence .that the
major plan of the allied generalissimo
is far more comprehensive than has
been supposed. It is believed to in
clude a series of actions which wUl
ccupy every moment 'until the ar
rival of winter rains makes the pla
teaus of Picardy and the plains of
Most observers agreed that the im
mediate objective of General Man
gin's forces appeared to be the
Sicking" of the. Roye pocket, with
tnt subsequent . control of the im
nortant lines between that city and
Noyon. For the larger objective,
toward which efforts of the allies are
being bent, was seen the capture of
Noyon and. a resultant breakdown of
the uerman aeiensive iine over t a
front of corea of miles.
Activities of the British army east
of Arras, around the Merville sector,
are thought to be linked up -with this
larger plan. Not a few strategists
foresee in the near future a more im
nnrtant thrust bv the . French, com
pleting the cycle of offensives from
Kneims to mo sea.
TAKEN BY FRENCH
Continued From PM On.)
their work. Few were seen in the air
during the morning.
The Germans made a desperate de
fense in the hilly and wooded region
. south 'of the Oise around Carlepont,
At noon the line had been advanced
to the road east of Carlepont to the
Caisnes wood and Bellefonte, and
south of Lombray and Blerancourdelle
to Vezaponin and then southward to
the east of lartieres and to UJiy.
German Attack Forestalled. ,
General Mangin's offensive fore
stalled a German attack which officers
takfn prisoner say had been prepared
for7 JO this morning. The extremely
heavy artillery preparation during the
past 24 hours by the French served as
a warning to the Germans that the
French had n attack in anticipation
and two fresh divisions, one of Jae
gers and the other of men" from Ba
den, were brought up during the night,
in lorriee -to attempt to defend the
German line.'' f . ' ! .
-It is possible the enemy may think
that if he could arrange to leave a
broad apace, say pf -two or. three
miles, between the British lines and
hla own, holding trie latter with fairly
strong forces, but keeping the greater
part of his armies well to the rear,
he would have a better chance to de
fend himself against the combined op
eration! of the infantry ' and tanks,
the effectiveness of which he appar
ently has learned to respect ;
v If this is part of his plan, he seems
' not to have reckoned that the British
would follow on his heels so close
The Merville withdrawal, however, is
the most significant development in
long time, for the enemy has been
holding on to this salient as a sort
of jumping off place for the continua
tion of his Flanders operations and
in .holding it has suffered greatly es
pecially from the allied artillery. The
. initiative having passed from the Ger
mans, the position ceased to be of
value to them. Merville of course has
been 'entered and the allied patrols
by this time have operated some dis
tance beyond it ?r
Bolshevik! and Ukrainians
Agree to Prolong Truce
Washington Aug. 20. Reports of
the Russian-Ukraine peace negotia
tions have been received at the State
department from Berlin through the
, Swedish press showing that the bol
shevik! and- (he Ukrainians have
agreed to prolong their truce, to re
establish railway post and telegraph
communications-, to exenange gooas
. to the amount of 17,000,000 rubles and
to restore the consulates. The tariff
question has not been settled and
there is a difference of opinion re
tarding the distribution of : the
Ukraine state's wealth.
Grand Army Men March ; , ,
and Eat at Encampment
Portland, Orii!, Aug-. 2(J. Thousand
of veterans of the Grand Army of the
Republic marched today through
. Portland's streets in a parade that
was the big feature of the 52d annual
encampment now in progress. Or
lando A. Somers of kokomo, Ind.,
commander-in-chief, led the preces
sion. -Numerous bands were in line
and the route of march was lined with
multitudes of cheering people. A few
of the older veterans rode in automo
biles,' but the 'great majority walked.
A great picruc was arranged for the
afternoon in honor of the veterans.
Eibi Broken in Auto Crash.
James Buchanan, 2452 South Nine
teenth street, suffered several broken
ribs, body bruises and possible in
ternal - injuries, when a wagon in
which he was rjding was struck by
an Andcrsc. Motor ' company auto
truck driven by Tom . Manardi, 1336
South Twentieth street. The ac
. ident happened at Twelfth and Jones
Street about 12 o clock Tuesday.
Caruso to Marry.
New -.York. ; .Aug ' 20. Enrico
, Caruso, the grand opera singer,ob-
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uinca ' "cense , . w.. r-narry ': Atiss
Dorothy- Pak4 Benjamin f this city
today. Caruso Baid he would be mar
ried at the Little' Church Around the
crner, ' '
Omaha's Honor Rcill
Another Omaha' home has felt thea
sting of war. Corp. Jierbert'M. field,
647 Lincoln boulevard, is reported se
verely wounded in the Tuesday
casualty list. While in action he re
ceived gas burns about the eyes and
a shrapnel wound in the leg.
corporal rieia enusiea just aurr
the first draft registration. He was
first sent to Fort Logan, then to the
School of Engineers and "Photography
at Washington, D. C
Last December he embarked tor
France with the Sixth United States
engineers. His mother received a let
ter written July 10th, stating that he
Corporal Field has a brother on the
battle front in France. Serct. Marshal
Field. Another brother, Bradley and
MAY FORCE FOE
TO FALL BACK TO
German Holdings South of the
River Endangered by French
- Offensive Northwest
By Associated Press.
With the American Army on the
Vesle Front. August 20. -The opera
tions of the Germans between Sois
sons and Rheims since the French be
gan their offensive northwest of Sois
sons have been characterized " by a
slightly increased use of artillery and
a decrease in aenai activity, mere
have been no alterations of any im
portance in positions along the Vesle
front, ' , - .
: The Am'e"ric,ans tarried out. raids
last night neir Baioches. The opera
tions were' Successful. Oe of the pris
oners taken gave information to the
Americans of the German units along
that part of the line. The Germans
are still using their artillery against
the French and Americans, and also
are continuing to send over gas pro
jectiles. V .
It is assumed that the reduction m
the aerial activities of the Germans
is due to the dispatch of some of their
squadrons to the battle zone north
west of Soissons, as it is considered
unlikely that the Germans under-esti-mate
the operations there.
. The belief prevails in army circles
that unless' the French are checked
the line may swing from the pivot
near Soissons to -the - plateau, from
which the allied positions would ren
der the German holdings of the Aisne
untenable, except at an enormous
The nature of the German artillery
fire apparently would indicate a
stabilized line north of the Vesle. but
no permanent trenches have yet been
discovered which tends to support the
theory that the enemy still intends to
recross the Aisne. . Meanwhile ' the
German line is being subjected to al
most constant artillery shelling by
the Americans and French.
Many Women in London , .
Strike of Car Drivers
London, Aug. 20. The ranks of the
London pmnibus and street car
strikers were reinforced this morning
by more women workers on the
underground railways, where, how
ever a numbers, of women still are
working. Yesterday's congestion on
these systems again was witnessed to
day.. More than 14,000 employes are
out on strike.
A Held for Disloyalty.
Pierre, S. D., Aug. 20. (Special
Telegram.) A. S. ClQiise of Sully
county, and Toe Polekrfif Hyde coun
ty, were before United States Com
missioner Witcher on : disloyalty
charges. Holek was placed under
5j,000 bonds' for appearance.' Clouse
was placed under $15,000 bonds. Both
men are in jail.
Comparative Loral Record.
N isis ; im im 1M5
Highest yesterday ....II ST 7S
Lowest yeaterday 71 61 76 65
Mean temperatur . . . . .tt ..,! M '.' 6
Precipitation .,....,. .0 ,fl ), .00
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the normal:
Normal tempesatwr . ,74 degraea
Exceaa tor the day , 7 degrees
Total excess since Mar. 1, 1011.. Til degrees
Normal precipitation ........ .1 Inch
Deficiency for the day 01 Inch
Total preclp. alnc Mar.l,191S, 10.t ' Inches
Deficiency atnc Mar. 1. 1111, .10,12 inches
Def. for cor. period ln JlT...i 1.80 Inches
Def. for cor. period In 1010.... 0.18 Inches
Ictencyt. ch. .pa . ..... ...... '
Reports From Stations at 7 p. m.
Station and' Stat Temp, High-
of Weather..,'. T T p. ra. t.
Cheyenne,, cloudy' ...... .TO , i
Denver, cloudy ,.70 V 10
Des Motnes, clear ......00 00
Dodg' City, elear. 00.' 100'
Lander. - clear HI ' 03
North Platte, clear ..,.. . 00
Omaha, clear .....,,.,00 . ,t H ,
Pueblo,, Tain ...... M Oi
Rapid City, clear .70 TO
Salt Lake, clear ...... ,.70 , ' , TO
Santa Fe, part, cloudy ..10 It
Sheridan, clear. I; . . . . . -.10 .-. ,00 .:
Valentine, clear ' 00 - .!
'. T" Indicates trac: of precipitation. '
. '. .... , I. A. WELSH.
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little sister, Nathalie, are living in
Omaha with their mother, Mrs. Mar
T r a
garet a. riem.
Corporal Field attended Central
High school three years. He was
made a first-class private and then a
corporal before he had been in the
service six months.
Henry Sesto, 4535 Parker street,
was reported missing in action July
18, according to information received
by his brother, Joseph Sesto, em
ployed in the county court house.
He is 19 yea'rs of age and enlisted
a year ago last June with an infantry
regiment in North Dakota. Two
brothers, Sebastian and Samuel, have
served three years. with the Italian
forces. Besides his brother in Omaha,
another brother, ( Tony, resides in
Fourth Board Calls
197 Omaha Men to Go
Into Army August 30
The following 197 men from local
board No. 4 will leave Omaha August
30 for Camp Funston, Kan., for army
training. Any ot the men who have
had military training are requested to
report at once to tne Doara
Phsln, Joteph H
O Hoarn, Harry K.
Salisbury, Hiram A.
Madaon, Frank V.
Oerhard, Geo. M.
WUUama, Robert J.
Knrtunc, Godfrey C
Wltslf, Fred E.
Qreceraon, Henry U
Hvaclna, Frank E.
Koehier, Erneat C.
Paraaon, Anton P.
Royaa, Wm. M,
Chlratenaen, Loula :
Wandt, Wilton C.
Schneider, Herbert M
Plernlckl, John J.
puffy, Joaeph B.
Dettman, Roacoe C
Spencer, Clyde C.
Olobe. Peter B.
Samek, Jamea V.
Fenton, Jamea J.
Polbrlea, Peter .
Trlta, John .
Sharps, Edw. C. fl.
Poatoro, Ptetro .
MeArdle, Henry S.
Mynek, Harry A.
Young, Gui O.
Luebbe, Arthur H.
Aahton. Clarence R.
Carter, ' Michael - .
Pedaraen, Peter J.
Anderaen, Carl P.
Nelson, Anton H.
Relander, Erneat T.
Kinder, Andrew A.
Morearlty, 'Geo, H.
Camel, Kline 3.
Marahall, Roy C '
Bogaci, Joaeph 8.
Bender, Leonard W.
Fuller. John B,
Layton, Benjamin H.Flnamlnella, Oulaeppa
Nick, Joaeph F.
Krakowakl, Jo T.
Vv'amon, Grovar C.
Whtteael, David H.
Ruggera, Vlttorlo C.
Coon, Royal S.
I.antau, Alfred C.
W.ataon, Joaeph O.
Jotgenaen, Frank A.
Johnaon, Hana R.
Voborll. John F. ,
Clin. Wm. 8;
Hubatka, Frank J.
Wampack, Petr S.
Sorenaon, Niels R.
Garriaon, Earl R.
Hruby, Jacob F.
Komropaky. Otto R.
Semlk, Chaa. A.
Belcaatuo, Bam t
Broka, Mike E.
Baundera. Harry R.
Bogus, Benjamin J.
Prlbyl, Joaeph F.
Engelke, Joseph C.
Courtney, "Wm. J..
Russell. Chaa. W.
McRae, Kenneth -A.
Riley, Leslie R.
Budd, James O.
Brockmlller, Wm. H.
Rewey, Henry W.
Barezyk, John 0.
Wllke, Walter H.
Plnkel, Charles J. ,
Moylan, Frank J,
Sandel, John T.
Bogaca, Frank H.
Whltlael, Newton L.
Pahlr, Bllim F.
Farley, Charles ,
Sellne, John T.
Hellerman, Max C
Humphrey. Francis M. Contonl, Jo
Harvey,' Robert G.
Cooper, Ray A.
Anderson, Albert F,
Hofmann, Geo. G.
Pugltsl, Joe P.
Lee, Henry M.
Anderson, Arnold S.
Beriuulat. Andrew C Kwaenleetjkl. Wm. J.
Serrl, Rlndo , Stanealck, Joseph
Business Men and Women
Harvesting Dakota's Crops
Huron. S. D.. Auir. 20. People from
the cities are hurrying into the har
vest fields to aid farmers in gather
inc what is characterized as South
Dakota's greatest crop of grain.
'After finishing their work in stores
and offices, business men don overalls
in mrdafternoon and work in the har-
..... c.u. .:t in ..u.i. .4 .:.l,i
VC31 iicius wiui iu u iium ai ingui.
They receive the standard wage of
45 cents an hour, and in most cases
the money is given to the Ked Cross
or to some other war fund.
Women are assisting the men in
their work in many parts of the
state. ' i ' . .
People 'from all walks of life rub
elbows jn the. task of gathering the
bumper crops., . "' u '
Teutons Make New Howl
Stockholmn, Aug. 20.Gcrman war
correspondents report to their news
papers that they inspected guns taken
irom me in American regiment ana
found thera to be shotguns, each
carrying five cartridges loaded with
buckahot.They declare that the use
ot such guns is contrary to the Ge
Huns in Various Important Sec
tors Fall Back'Unde? Pre$".
A sure of French and
British Troops. ,
By Associated Press.
From Soissons to the Belgian bor
der the German armies in various im
portant sectors are being put to the
test by the French and British. And
it is a test that seemingly bodes ill
for the Teutonic arms for nowhere
have they been able to sustain the
Northwest of Soissons from the
Aisne to the Oise, north of the Oise
to the regiop around Roye, in the
Arras sector and northward on the
famous Lys salient the Germans
everywhere have been compelled to
fall back under the pressure of the
French and British troops.
In a new offensive launched by the
French general Mangin over a front
of approximately 15j miles from
Bailly on the Oise to the Aisne near
Soissons. the French in bitter fight
ing havcarried forward their line to
anaverage depth of two and a half
miles and in the first phases of the
battle had taken many enemy held
villages and farms.
In addition more than o.Uuw uer
mans had been herded behind the line
Still Hard After Enemy.
At last reports Manein's men were
still hard after the enemy and unoffi
cial accounts placed the French on
various sectors well in advance of the
positions outlined in the French offi
Along; the Scarpe east of Arras,
Field Marshal Haig's forces .have
kept up their harassing tactics against
the enemy who has been compelled
to fall back eastward along tne
Scame river. The Germans resisted
vigorously, but all to no purpose and
tne tsritisn aavancea tneir uncs to mc
east of the village of Fampoux. Al
though Haig claims only a slight for
ward movement here, particular
significance attaches to it by reason
of the fact that the Germans have
been driven back until they are vir
tually upon the old battle line as it
stood in December. 1917.
Narrow Lys Salient.
Northward the Lys salient again
has been narrowed downby the op
erations of the British, who. north ot
Merville, have taken the villages of
Vierhoek and La Couronne, and also
reached the hamlet of L'Epinette.
This gain represents a forward move
ment of about a mile and a halt ana
places the British astride the road
running southeastward to Estaires.
The new victories of the allies are
highly important. The advance of
the French northwest of Noyon,
taken in conjunction with the success
ful maneuvers on the Lassigny sector,
and south of Roye, where Beuvraignes
has been captured, seemingly
means that the enemy forces from
the Somme to the Oise soon must
give Up their positions and retreat
eastward. It is not improbable
Novon is well outflanked on the south
and southeast and the German line is
none too secure north of Soissons,
so that the, enemy will be under the
necessity of moving his troops north
ward from the Vesle toward, if not
across, the Aisne. '
Roye on Eve of Falling.
The Germans are stubbornly con
testing with the British points of
vantage on the line south of the
Somme near Chaulnes and north of
Roye, which are still in German
hands and which are the keystones to
the enemy defense line. With the
capture of Beuvraignes by the French,
Roye apparently is on the eve of fall
ing, and with its fall doubtless the en
tire line northward to the Somme al
so will give way.
The Germans in the Merville sec
tor of the Lys salient everywhere are
being closely followed by the British
as they give up positions under attack
and at last accounts they were show
ing no indication that an immediate
halt is in their mind. On the Lys
front, although the Germans are
showing some resistance, they are
not putting their hearts into their
, There has been little fighting along
the Vesle where the Americans and
French are facing the enemy.
Lodge to Eulogize Gillinger.
Concord, N. II., Aug. 20. Senator
Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts
will deliver the eulogy at the funeral
of Senator Jacob H. Gallinger. it was
announced today. The services will be
held in the First Baptist chureji here
tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
' Conserves Vfaeat
NOT AN ATOM
Allies' Program of Aid to the
ing More Rapidly Than
Was Expected. .
Washington, Aug. 20. Information
reaching Washington today indicated
that assistance being sent to the
Czecho-Slovaks in the Baikal region
of Siberia will reach them in time to
thwart the efforts of the German-Austrian
prisoners and the bolsheviki.
It was learned today that the allies
are sending arms and ammunition to
the Czechs and that heavy artillery is
included. It is not permitted to dis
close from what source these supplies
are being sent, but a high official
in the State department said this was
a part of the bigger program now be
ing worked out.
The program to re-establish the
eastern front with the aid of hundreds
of thousands of loyal Russians is pro
gressing far more rapidly than was
expected. The trans-Siberian rail
way will play an important part. That
Germany appreciates the importance
of the moves is shown in a dispatch
printed in an Essen newspaper and
reported from Amsterdam today that
soviet troops had blown up the Bai
kal tunnel." It was pointed out by
officials familiar with this railroad that
there are no less than 33 Baikal tun
nels, all of them hewn out of solid
rock, so that any attempts to blow
up one of them would simply delay
transportation for a short time until
the debris could be cleared away.
To destroy one of the tunnels, it is
said, would require the services of ex
pert engineers equipped with the most
modern machinery and high explo
sives. Members of the American en
gineers' commission are in the vicinity
of Lake Baikal and have been repair
ing bridges that were destroyed or
damaged, and doubtless they will be
able to repair any of the temporary
damage that might have lieen done
to the tunnel.-
Officials here are interested in the
report from Berlin today that Lettish
troops battled with rioters in Petro
grad. It was pointed out that at the
time of the Russian debacle the Let
tish army, small, but well trained.,
was the only body of troops to retain
its standing in Russia. It is known
that Lettish troops formed the guards
for Lenine and Trotrrky when they
were in Moscow and it is assumed
that they have become mercenary
troops in the hire of the bolshevik
leaders. In no other way can their
Presence in Moscow and Petrograd
e accounted for, as they have teen
bitterly hostile to Germany under
whose rule they have suffered. The
suggestion is made that they were
compelled to sell their services as,
surrounded by enemies, they were un
able to obtain a living In any other
Custodian Seizes Shipment
of Grain Bound fcr Germany
New . York, i Aug. ' 20 Seizure "': by
the government of 1,057,000., pounds
of devitalized wheat gluten which
was to have, found its way to Ger
many through Switzerland was an
nounced in a statement today by A.
Mitchell Palmer, alien property, cus
The grain, worth in pre-war times
approximately $200,000, was discov-.
ered in June in warehouses here,
ready for shipment overseas. It will
be sold at public auction August 26.
Sausage Balloon is
Fatal to Picnickers
Who Bury Booze Plant
Those bit, sausage balltons which
float in he upper ether over Fort
Omaha, Florence field and the new
aviation field north of Florence are
not only the eyes of the army, but
they are also a means of detecting
As the story goes, six men from
Omaha planned an outing Sunday
at Florence. It is said they took
along several packages of inspira
tion. This they hid on the new mil
itary reservation, only to have mili
tary police dig it up for evidence
and place the party in the guard
house at Fort Omaha.
Men in an observation balloon
several thousand feet in the air,
with their field glasses had located
the party and had seen the burying
of the package. They telephoned
to the ground station the result of
their observations and the com-"
manding officer had signalled the
news to Fort Omaha several miles
away, securing a detail of military
police to make the arrest.
French Aviators Destroy
Large Number of Hup Planes
Washington, Aug. 20. During the
month of July, French aviators shot
down 45 enemy machines within the
a'lied lines and 139 behind the enemy
lines, according to an official dispatch
received todav from France. In the
same period 49 observation balloons
were set on hre.
The dispatch summarizing the.woik
ot the Fren.h aviation army of -he
month shows that 490.380 kilo fmore
than 53 5 tons) of explosives were
dropped upon' German fortifications,
lines ct communication and towns in
1,66j flights.' ' ' -v
Losses in French airnlanea in the
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We advise an early selection as these ma
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silk,, lisle tops and soles;
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$2.00 per pair.
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month of July were only half the num-
hr lrfst hv the enemv while onlv Olie-
third as many French balloons were
destroyed as Oerman.
t The importance of . the work of
aerial photography during a major of
fensive is shown by the statement that
20,950 negatives were taken during
l'u!y. , ..
Weeks Has Clear Field in
4 Massachusetts Senate Race
Boston, Aug. 20. Governor McCall
today announced he had reconsidered
his decision to become a candidate for
the republican senatoiral nomination.
This leaves, the field clear for Senator
John W. Weeks.
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