THE WESTERN FRONT.
Paris, July 21
A communique states: "The enemy attacked our positions at the Cowshed and Lβ Vauxferrg, in tbe forest of Apremont They were completely repulsed."
Lively infantry actions took place in tbe Vosges on tbe heights over looking tbe Eastern side of the Fecbt village.
We obtained possession of part of the enemy's defensive works, and made notable progress towards tbe crest of tbe hiil.
AN AIR RAID. Paris, July 21 Thirty one of our aviators yeeterday bombed the railway station at Con , flanasen Jarny, an important junction. Seven shells fell on the station. A shell also struck the engine shed.
Tbe aeroplanes accompanying our Equadron put three aviators to flight, and one of the enemy was compelled to descend hurriedly. Two aeroplanes again bombed Coloar station. THE STRIKE AT ERUPP'S.
Amsterdam, July 21. Tbe Commander of Essen threatens to imprison three thousand strikers at Krupps if they do not return to work bj Saturday.
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