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writes Mn. Mary E.Vesw,
oi Madiaoa He*hts, Va.
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■uiiMh^a J Oataad an the Belgian
nut llu been blacked mm • rnuH of
■ Raw rmtd by the Brttiah naval forree.
Dm xhnlnJty uhmmm. 1W AmM*
rruixr Vindictive. MM with earner**
hmm bM aunk acroea the entrance I*
The Brttiah lost ana motor boat.
Their raaualtlaa »»r» light.
The innounrimal fortowa;
•Oparationa ilHipMd to riaa the
porta of Oatend rnnr Zaabmgga ware
MWrmfull; r»mplatad I eat night
whan tha oheateta rroJear. Vindictive,
waa aunk bat wean tha piara mm! arroaa
tha entrance to Oatend harhar.
"Since tha attack on Zerbrugge on
April 23. tha Vindictive had haan Ailed
with roncrate and ftllad aa a Work
ahip for thia purpoaa.
"Our light forraa hava ratomad to
thair haac with tha loaa of ona motor
launrh whirh had haan damaged, and
waa aunk by ordara of tha vice admiral
to pravant it from falling into tha
handa of tha "namjr.
"Our raaualtlaa wara light."
«. Air .Sqiiadrana haak tha Mala.
Amaterdam. May 10.- Strong allied
flying aquadrona bombed the mole and
tha village of Zeebrtigge. tha Herman
auhmarina haaa on tha Belgian roaat
at noon, and in tha evening on Thurs
day. No military damange waa done,
acrnrding to an official atatement ie
aued in Berlin. Two of tha hoatile
planea were *hot down by German air
Objects to the Punishment Idea
If your hoy started to market with
a load of produce and some highway -
molt killed him and * destroyed the
wagon and the stuff, would you go
over the neighborhood saying that the
bloody art had been done because the
boy hail not t>een living exactly right
that he wa» perhaps rather wild and
reckless ami therefore was punished
for hie sins? If you would do that if
a highwayman killed your boy and
destroyed ynur property than it is
consistent for you to go about saying
.that the war in which we are now en
raged is on because th<t> nation has
nned. All this talk about the na
tion being punished ff>r its sin is tire
<>me. The old son-of-a gun of a high
wayman who ordered our »hips sunk
■n the high .<*eas brought this war on
for the sole purpose of giving himself
more power and getting larger pos
hatred for the "|
ripitat* troubto bttvMn tlM Unit it
Htatea and Mexico,
By this they hops to complicate
Uncle Sam's war problem, fore* ths
retention of a considerable part at
mr army in (am country to ftwrd llw
border. aivd weaken our parLacipo
tlon ta this year's lighting in France.
Official infonaatloa in Washington
la that (iermaa influence ha* boon
busy with CaiTania, and with soma
nucreea. Rut It haa boon even mors
busy in attempting ta inftaaao general
Mr*Iran dislike at the United .States,
and to swing popular support behind
the idea voiced la the now famous
Zimmermann note, that now ia the
time for Mexico to re-establish her
old boundaries on the north, seising
parte of Texas, New Mexico and Ari
German agents have been numer
ous in Mexico for years. When the
United States entered the war. a great
number of Germans who had been
busy in this country got over the line
into eMxico. The result ia a doubly
strong German population ma<la up
of the most active propagandists the
kaiser had both in Mexico and this
For six weeks these Germans have
been proclaiming daily German vic
tories in France. They have cele
brated with festivities and otherwise
impressed the Mexican people with
the view that the allies were being
defeated. All thia was tended to con
vince the Mexican mind that the vic
tor in the war will be Germany and
that therefore, it will be to Mexico's
advantage to follow German suggest
Juat what aggrraaive mnwurn ar«
being taken by Mexico for a poaaibl*
attack on our border state* cannot be
told. But it ia acknowledged that
there ha* been a greater movement of
troop* to the bonier by Mexico than
ia juatified by patrol ne<-e*nit tea.
Alao, within the laat month, there
have been three raid* acrona the bor
der, attending with the loaa of live* of
Tarranza ha* inaiated that these
were bandita foray*, and that he ia at
tempting to auppreaa auch raida.
fVspite what Mexican envoya in
Washington aay. and the ailence of
the atate department, official Waah
Lighter Sidm ml War
RmmM m FImW
With tha Amtkm Army la Franca,
How aa Aaertcaa alarm clack kept
tka what* Gmmw Una gueaeing and
rauaad the Canaan* uaalaaa expendi
ture of lirfi quaatttiee at aarklna
fin and rille ammunition all ana ntfkl
»« ralatad today.
Tha Amaru-ana had heaa trying for
i tima to draw tka Bra of carta in
i anamy ulta.
"Leave Frits'to ma," Mid a kappy
. 'aced young American. who pattiag
an alarm clack under kla arm, diaaap
paarad into No Man'a Land undar cov
er of darknaaa and faatanad tha clock
1 to a wire.
Soon the alarm rung, whereupon the
' ,erman> opened Are. Tha wira had
been aa arranged that tha clack coa
tinuad to ring intermittently and each
time drew a violent Are from tha
anamy. Meanwhile tha Amenrana
reefed in their tranche* and enjoyed
a hearty laugh.
An American officer turned the
tahlae nicely on tha enemy recently
The Garmana had retired during a
bombardment to concrete dugout* be
hind their tranche*, leaving the Aral
three line* to one man, who went
around setting off flaree no aa tc
create tha impre**ton that the wholt
front wa* alive with German*.
An American patrol leader want
over and dlacoverad tha rune. He kill
ed the German, invaded the trenchea
and gathered Hnxens of street >ign<
which the German* had posted, re
turned to hi* own lire*, with the sign*
tucked under ki* arm.
Admiral Sims on Submarine
London. Enirtjr-t, I Tuesday ) —
, Vice-Admiral William Sima, com mar.
■tar of the American naval forres if
the war zone, replying tonight to a
toast to the United State* Navy at I
dinner given in honor of the • Hirer
and men of the United State* force*
"We know that the submarine ram
paign reached it* hitrhmt point ir
\pril of last year. It has since beer
ifoing steadily down. In thu mean
time the new tonnage con*t»rrte1 hj
the Allies cm turn gradually Increas
nt, until ■ •• c mer ha* nen'v l«ef
turned, ami we hope within the next
fortnight the construction in the ag
(rregare will he at the rate of leitruc
tion. We fee! assured that thr tu*><
■ •f our 'erovery ha* rome."
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W..W. Burke, A. G. Bowman, W. F. Carter. E. H. Wrenn,
F. S. Eldridge, W. A. York, G. D. Fawcett, W. W.
Hampton, W. G. Sydnor, J. D. Smith.
W, F. CARTER, President.
E. H. WRENN, Vice-President.
GEO. D. FAWCETT, Sec. 4 Treas
Facts About Lhe American Red Cross
Did You Know That—
It has established and is operating twenty dispensaries in the Ameri
can Army Zone in France to care for the needy families there and to improve
health conditions in that section ready for our troops?
It is housing and feeding thousands of children in the War Zone to keep
them away from the danger of gas and shell fire?
It has divided the entire War Zone into six main districts, with Red
Cross workers at each poii.t to distribute cooking utensils, agricultural imple
ments, beds, bedding, food and clothing?
It provides builders and ready-to-put-up buildings to house the home
less in the devasted regions, often before the walls of the destroyed homes
It is bringing over two hundred tons of supplies every day into Paris,
from which one hundred and twenty-five tons are reshipped to branch ware
houses over France?
It is providing an artificial limb factory outside of Paris, in addition
to special plants for the making of splints?
What will you give to keep this hand of mercy at work?
Every cent of every dollar received for the Red Crow W«r Fund Coe> for War Relief.
The American Red Ctom is the largest and
mo*t efflcient organization for the relief of suffering
that tiie World nan ever Men.
It ii made up almost entirely of volunteer work
er*, the higher executive* being without exception
men accustomed to large affairs, who are in almost
It feed* and cloth*-* entire population* in
times of great calamity.
It ia there to help your soTdier boy in hi*
time of need.
With it* thousand* of worker*, it* tremen
dous store* and smooth runninsr transDurUtimi
iT.. \J"S rr » V .1 „ iichium, it ix serving an America's advance *
It is ••jpport^d entirely by its .membership feenruard—and thus heluinir to win th#> w«r
■"« u; fuiunuiiy (umriDuiiuna.
It fa 11x1*7 bringing relief to suffering humanity,
Itoth military and civil, in every War torn allied
It piano tomorrow to help in the work of restora
tion throughout the world.
Conjures* authonied it.
Present Wil»on head* it.
Th* War Department audita ita accuunta.
Your Army your Navy and your Alliaa an
thumantirally endorse it .
Twenty-two million Americana have joined It.
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