" esa "vv:s
ro for Cambrat,
e Brit. i.would
n " tthe It the
1161C of a.,~a
is sampe it true
Iritish are push,.
thwest of Cam.,men are fightof the Scheldt;D TAKEN~
me northeast of
fLille. also is
d the highroad
inbc-s. and the
Iis useless to:of Douai the
On the western flank of the C
Verdun offensive the Wlrench ai
over the heights -behind the k
line. l'romi the Argonne. e
Meuse, the Americans are foi
way into the Kreimhtid post
ground hss 'been gaided neai
gonna forest, but the America'
Saturday apparently was alow,
the irst two days.
With a /R0-mile line aflame -o
its entire length, Marshal- PAX
German commtand in a tight
each of the four sectors
threaten bases and valuable
cation lines. The German
probably will have trouble in
reserves to the beet advantal
Allies are in a position to sti
Andre sectors if Marshal l~
In Mauedonla the Allies ar
C.ontinued on rage 4, G
caira e-e pushing
it of the
Iprogress,r than one
h has the
place. On,he Allies
re. as the
to on still
infuse French Soldier
impagne with New V
MIen, Show Sense of Liberation
'ears of Deadlocked Fighting
aTribute of Honor to Miss Smalley,E
York~ Author and lournalist. Who Se
oa Nightly to Fighting Mlen Regard less of Enemy Shells
[By G. H. PEBRRJS]
*1918, by the New York Times Company]
fsvtdsaos borsai by A rasgeisat with ibd New York
ARMIES, Sept. Who must sustair I are dis
11 Ridge yostor- well as obstructed. o thoe
e the squall of of fortune is a double aid.
std bombed over- SOLDIERS INV(GOR~
the ground onl In large parts of the arna
td passed to the Isomething like a holiday
abroad. Not that there cou
universal co-l actual Idlenese, but every ta
orning fog %iad come easier and a thousant
the bright sun- wire visibly relieved. As ot
hour of 5assalt northern rivers, when winte
dvantage. for it spring. th~ere was a sense o1
ance and blinds a breaking up of hated bon
inners, but the page has been ice~bound fore
iservation. earle- years.
of artillery fie To-day the army disinterred
tthe momentary a wakened giant, It shook 1~;round forces is and laughed aloud. I saw a:he crippling of sand German prisoners start
ot fine weather backward journey, and
also a consider- seemed to reflect the prevale~
Jto man is quits Wode by the number ofsr
lifferent to soot- never was there a body of
set and pec-lo~s glad to be rescued from th~
conditions these services. " Every considerabli
__ an occasion for a general
wounded and prisoners go
mass of the armies moveu
tery positions mupit be bast
~E. for new. Old amps, old
dumps. oli iquarters of alli;tuer stthe oliously familiar, are II
Itoer atthe abandoned.
Company will The roads are full of this
Continue for- The barren woods, stripped
with -an age of deadlock
he Providence suddienly slavw, with 'col-or.
ig Bulletin or miles of chalk-walled lanes
I t suserb- It was death two days ago t
I tosubarib- head, already boll like the
Lions have ex- a distant incredible pest.li
of their tenants are taking
on the open hillsides, and ii
ten in accord- occasional "arrivals." as tht
lung of the man shell bursts, watch 1
rocie passingt drama of the al
it that "pub- balloon falling from the sky I
tinue sending serpent, Its white silk pal-ac
e ~ breaking globes of shrapnelv
replratton of the enemy raider. And aiws,subscription are going forward, and the n4
A tor.'*railways are bringing up t,
S for. ~ shell boxes.
ose renewal DEVOTION NOTr 'ORC
and who havs There is littie Joy in.-war.
carsec the no vrtanth 'p~ri
once forward forget the achitects of tis
price for the men who as I write 'are
t~~l*-~~ wounds and p5atte b* h
thatther 1"y could be bought., For theme
contlnpitF of lifting on thle eu-ala.,!iT e
ughter A$SEIBLY PLACES
14 be any
ik had be anxietes
INOT TO BE CLOSEII
Restriction Because of Influenza
Believed Unnecessary Now.
15 MORE DEATHS IN 'STATE
14, mber.of New Cases saller,,fDew evey,.' Due Probably to Favor-able
Wethe.-Pshlcad lHealth Of R
Sciats Confer oa situation at Gov ernsor s Ome,
Opening Mas Meeting o Fourth
Liberty_Loan at' St raid To-night
Campaign in Rhode Island On; First Figures of Drive
to be.Given Out Nect Tuesday
Uberation, Immediate closing of theatres, churches,
I.Chain- schools and other places of assembly be.
four hitter cause of the influenza epidemic was
deemed unnecessary by public officlsj
Itself. Like and health authorities after a conference
stiff limbs In Governor Ileeckinans office yesterday.
veral thou- Woonsocket, however, took such action
g nterof its own accord, the ban going on at
even they Fifteen more deaths were reported in
1mood. To JUhode Island during the day, though
ain aesome abatement in the* spread of the
un fae.jdisease seemed evident at the hospitals.
idlers more New cases were not near so numerous
Ir countrys as on some days earlier in the week, due
Svictory Is probably to the more favorable weather
shift. The conditions. A continuance of good
down; the weather, physicians say, will mean furOlDd bat- ther decreases in the intensity of the
ly changers contagion and will also be of great
parks and benefit to sufiererp fromt the disease.
orts, grown At the meeting in the Stats House
bt-heartsdly yesterday. were Governor Iteeckinen.
Mayor Gainer. Dr. Byron tV. Richards,
movement.- secretary of the Stale Board of ltealth:
and scarred fir. CarI V. Chapin. Superintendent of
acfare, are Health Fn 'Wei city, and Mai. John W.
~he endless Keefe. M. D.
hove which Following the session at which rec.
show ones oinmenilations made Friday by the
remains of State Board of Hieaith were proesfited,
me at least notably the beards request for the isa sun bath suance of a proclamation ordering thedifferent to atres andr dance halls closed, Governor
y call G Cer- Beeckinan issued' the following stateke child rpn men t:"
-a sausage "The Mayor, city and State* health satke a smoke thorities meet 11th me this morning end
le,. or the it was d*:ided to Vold In abeyance, for
apor around the rime being, at least, the closing of
ys te gun theafles, schools, churches and places of
i-row gag public entertainment. It Is, ljpwever, of
sh piles of the greatest Inportance that citisene abt..
fering from colds or any symptoms of In-,
'E iluensa,should not go to places of publtq
CPEf gathering. I most urgently ' request t4iat
and I mstall paces of assiably, pstrtliou pY'
oof isiS Of piaces of amusemnt. be weel n~t4
Qouid be be end that oerroding be prereated, 'J 5
victory. the also applies to tu'ansportagion ooa~usRes
taking5 the Extra e ar s should be put o n doutn ps
oh alone It hours,"~
there I o OP OsITIOIITo tm a
1" mOAcnwill for Oposition be closing stfnoli, tovn
And I oern rs houses. hu re'e r ier fig~,CoL.,r Con... Pon age IpLZ.,
Two't Insurance Companies Enter Subscriptior4 in City for Total
of $1 30,000-C hairmnan West A nno uncas Banks Will
hoan 90 Per Cent. of Face Value of Bonds-Indus trial Committee Plans Complete,
At the Strand Theatre at 7:46 to-Fight yesterday morning at 72 florrance stresl
the first big mass meeting of the Fight- from which place all the ac Ivies of that
ing Fourth Liberty Loan will be held. branch of the campaign will be Airecte5.
The features of the new ioan will be Persons tdiepiioning there shguld say
clearly set forth and the pecesaity for it 'Woman's Commnittee, Liberty Loan'. 4
explained.' the operator. Instead of giving any num.
The speakers will be former Senator ber.
Henry F. Lippiti, who will preside; Harry Dr. Margaret B. Hardman., B.trming
Parsons Cross, recently returned from ton avenue, was the first person to sub
France; Ma). Csglpbeii of the Canadian scribe to the new loan at the womani
Expeditionary Forces, who has bsen committee headquarters. Dr. Hardis
wounded 18 times;, former Governor visited,- there early yesterday rnornloy
Jambs H. Higgins, Assistant Attorney and bougiht O worth of bonds, saybt
General A.. A. dapotosto and Thomas F. that she expected to fake more later.
K~earney, labor leader. The Providence loan committee to-mac From 7.46 to 8:16 there will be a con- row will open its headquarters aI
cert by the Cranston Constabulary Lib- 116 Westmilnster street, whef'e State head
erty Loan Band. Another feature of thle quarters is " located. The industrial cots
evening will bet the singing of the war mitts. will also be represented there.
songs of the Aies. by the,Liberty Loan Stat. (hail-man West announced yester,
Glee Club of 110 voices, under.the leader- day that the fourth lean quota ft
ship, of Loyal Phillips Shawe. t the toV~l of BtlIUvlIIe. which was origi
The campaign for- the fourt~h " loan got aiy Set at Si6*tOO, has bean reduced dtwyysedymrin nRoe$.O. oIohrcagshv e
LIlaad.ad despite the fact that no fig';madeIsin the town and city) aliotmete nsbsrpln itb vnotArs
until next Tuesday, word Wagn t cpinc a t Lod S4. L 0., IB will hot
ipto stat hsadquatters early tit day ea LlbtY Loan mass meeting at tb
of bon rebassBinaery Iheafro on' the evening of Bun
maZtii pakr n ohraSURANC COMPAI~ BUY ranteuieants Ite the affair wit beac
Two substantial pwrchbos~ beth of nlouncedt soon by the committee I
them by insurance coupSNle*, nwec(' ir- chattgel which i me eti of; WalterI
ported. The JR_ pde IlI gns lltrplnee dandlue (cha an,. Harry SterlfIn
Comnpany, through, Pree tt er a L. Crl(oldblatt,. (* r Frank. Merms
Shepley, gmade -the first.subsc011t0on at Feiilst nanSad -)enry P. Bolta.
the National Firchange fManic. It,wag UBT*.IAL COMMfIT'~lifl
for $ilOO,' and was obtabld b ty DIodsid hav, een upee ytei
Jackrson. -lee y mi
W. F. hlazeitoti. eneral ngoo U440, duentil iconuzi eof the I.ibeaty L t f aNJhsl A ia e4 ae ne lnonOC ntI
Insurance Company*, O"y, *s rS-cnl. v a o~ of the 00 empley i e oe * wrh 0WOA h n. o' i ors alsmns.I
Ifalos)3dhag~Ban. ~lspountrQ: 't.e.,.an work will begin to-so
irer~iat~)I15 jt' sp pof - 0111an e i stemgorkedeoutten4
p ubr ei p 104!whih 0- no teols temtosbrke ot, the4
dayI on th
tlop and,Rhode 1Li.
has t~ot hi
from, the r
Ciii,, N. J
to pay I
/ 'toner I
I nd th4 cqil wdok. Tis week +wil be
I' grttover Ott rlyto. educating i l-e~
Pli, e )besr s Igthe nsaty pt
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