I by mu
0 ""9111 Deutscher Frauen at No. 45 Broadway. New York N
se von Rothe, a;,.,,,a,,;
Mrs. Carl L. sch
“nv 7"'“”""9"'.' George S lvester 'Vle'reElr.u:Zdnor.
A '1 Price lncludl . .
E'l:’r‘1’l’9%9ll:li1ei:ond:class mntgt postage. “ye cents a “W ; $230 3 F931’: 8 .30 tor slx mon .
a 91’. J I
“ V 17- 1915. at the Past once at New York. New York, under the
AL" ”'"ch 3. 1879.
n June 27, Jrestcrn Front:
enemy ' h . Bane’:-Ana;
oulettne1-g5ciutii:ck‘ "'1 both sides of the Aix-
failed. Z mad and at the Labyrinth
A“. attempt by the F The w"“"' Argonne
Positions failed co lrencll ‘I0 recapture lost
am lery suppo rt. .l;‘.li"eetGelY. In spite of strong
aided the cyniung posgigznirx batteries bom.
, e . -
Pllfing the Zlilnhtueight‘ of the Menu:
rutile efforts tgo 1-the e“emY made
“nee of hills 3 eqilllure the lost
.l’a"8e5; a renewmcllt west of Les
ragchettaclr on 5.0;],
oases. IN: a so failed
A Ffenc 1'
ll avi t
‘lied at Friedriciiihziiiimbmzded the Zeppelin
"‘.'elurn flight. he an Without success: on
my an its forced to land on
actem Front- 1: [was interned.
“"4; north of the Vistula
. an an k
“W11 with heavy 105 3: 3 3! Przasnysz broke
. them . .50utbcrn Poland
F:".:s1stance sii'<ll“i:li>cri]tilri:;,j::ula angle Rus-
e.‘ err Co ulfrid-Hungary
Chief of ehraednggrli g-tlogzendorff,
o . 3 ; was a -
0n th mmahder-in-Chief. P
nukae front northwest an d . Galicia
bag the. ussians were fsoutheast. "f Rava‘
and tilleamst the frontier fogced mu funk"
manvae Bug. 0 t e :3 ifuthem Poland
Dart ofnglfards reached thout .th"e"f- G3‘
this ‘yet was e Swirz: the lower
crossed and the enemy
driven baclr against the Gnila Lipa. After
violent lighting, units of General v. Limin-
gen's army occupied the strong bridge-head
Halicz inthe Russian center.
The Montenegrins entered Scutari; the
Adriatic seaport San Giovanni di Medua was
occupied by them. This step caused much
ill-feeling in Italy.
on June 28’ La Bauie-Arras
German artillery frustrated: several enemy
night attacks between Angres and Arras.
Verdun: Heights of the Menu
From the early morning hours the
German positions were subjected
to a murderous bombardment; the
continued enemy attacks southwest
of Les Eparges failed with heavy
After numerous engagements during the pre-
ceeding days. southeast of Embermenil. the
French launched three violent attacks against
the Leintrey-Gondrexon front. which, how-
ever; broke down under German tire.
Eastern Front: Baltic Sea
German warships. while bombarding Win-
dau. were engaged by Russian men-of-war:
a German mine-sweeper was destroYCd by 3
mine and several Russian torpedo-boats WCYG
struck by shells.
Southern Poland, east of the San-Galicia
Northwest of Ravaruslra‘ the enernY W35
forced back on Russian $01l beyond Tomas-
zov and compelled to retreat southeast of
Belz across the Bug. In theadlacent wulh‘
em sector. the Teutonic Allies reached the
The entire net pt
chlldren of German
oceeds go to the need!
soldiers In the neld