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WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.?The casualty lists made pubiic by the War
Department to-day contain the names of 530 officers and enlisted men. Of
these 7M wore killed in action. 1 died from accident and other causes, 1 died
iicin airplane accident, 112 died of disease. H20 were wounded severely, 3
v.ere wounded slightly, and 20 are missing in action.
The full lists for New York City and vicinity, New York, New Jersey
and Connecticut, aml the list of dead i'or other states, follow;
ISew York City and Vicinity
Ivillod I BATTISTI. Michelini, ?} Battery IMace,
New *-,,!< Citv.
UAC.CIO, Michael, -7 Avenue li, New BARRETT, Michael E? Newark N J
'???';'> ..., ,. ,, , LBKITTMan. Benjamin, 849 First Avenue,
CONEYS, Martin .,.. .7 tourth Avenuo, New York City.
.' ,. . , ..., -. .? CARO, Felix,'249 West I09th Street, New
CARLIN, rrank .7. 32 Reovosj Place, York City,
."... ., , .,. ,,.<. .. . ... , , CORELLI. Rocco, 116 Ditmaa Avenuo,
COR1ES, Haro 1 1.. 1684 Forty-third Brooklyn
Street !\?/? '-'V- , ,,,.? o ? J Tir.Kuit;. Philip F.. 1103 Park Avenue.
COSTAS, Ni.In. 4032 Last Seventieth Now York City
S1?" '? N,mJ?\ki?%' ico-. i , EHLERS George II.. 2221 Vandervcer I
DONAHl fc.. John }'., 1683 Lexington Ave- Place, Brooklyn
'"'?' ^.Y,'7V:V''r-v- , i.- . n x, HALTER. Roman, 861 Whitlock Avenue.
DEEHAN. J. r., sgt.. East Orange, N. J. Tho Bronx New York Citv.
DAVIS, lacoh \. .09 East Eighty-third HA1.PIN, William, Astorin. N. Y.
; l "?'.,.,,. ,. ,,?-,, c. HAMILTON. JameB, 119 Wcst 164th
GAR1 H. Giovanni, 230 East 77th Street, Street New York City
-S";V.Yor,\t,:V-\. vv t, v .,-><,?, JAVINO, Francesco.' 3003 Atlantic Ave
? 1 \.-.7 N I !?: \ ,. . M alter \ ., 238 \\ est 132*] nue. Brooklyn
s* ^' \, ;7,\ : ,r,tv, .... ., . JOHNSON, John B., 543 Atlantic Avenue,
LACAMERA, loseph, bo Union Street, Brooklyn.
' ,, ., , ._? JOHNSON, Lawrence, 7319 Fifth Avende,
MORAN, Matthew A.. corp.. 478 Central Brooklyn
;t New York City. I.AJOlilSF. Joseph, 2111 First Avenue,!
SCHW VRTZ, Lewis I... 68 Lenox Avenue, New York City
Kew York.City. LENNON. John E., .15 West 138th Street, '
II LLY, Leo S? 65* Mandia Street. New New York Citv
v ','','? . cn. ... ., ' MKEON, Harold N.. 587 Bedford Avenue.
VATH, Raymond.I Weiher Court, Brooklyn.
MORRISSY, Thomas. 425 Sixty-first Street,
Died of Disease o'SHAUGHNESSY. Joseph A, 2112 Bev-j
r,i,|,r,' [f,,i?.rt v rir,8 a,*..,. ' r,. . 1 erly Road, Brooklyn.
... vLK!r- K U,t '.>S Monroe Street. PRICE, Edward K.. Bayonne. N. J.
CASSmY. Walter C. 103 West 102d' ROBBRTSON. Hn?en J., 1650 Tenth Ava-.
Street, New Vork City. ' ? "???? ^kl>7? ,._?.. . !
CLARK, George K., Paterson, N J ? , ' Geor*e ?'- 1'? Irving Avenue,
CONDON. Timothy, Paterson. N. J. crkprnwA? n- * imo ?/-n u
GEBHARDT. George J.. 416 East Seventh I SCARPINATO. Pietro. 1012 Willoughby i
Street Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn.
HOWARD. John. sgt., I i;,2 Third Avenue ,, SK.(fAI" 0scnr- 15:?6 St- Mark's Avenue,
New Ve'-k City. ''',"',,...-;?;, ,, , , ?. ? ,
ifrvijv |,|.n ,\ -,o i ??,.?_. ,, 1 ? M/.A, I'aul, Jersey Citv, N. .T.
Streft BrooklVn Se%enty-seventh THOMAS. Hligh II. 825 West 179th!
KALTMAN, Samuel, 58 Avenue B, New ^r^n'W i t?m a a xr
York City ^ '?' ' ^ONU, Harris, 1.-I01 Avenue A, New
LANE. Harry A., 709 Gates Avenue York City'
Brooklyn. '? WEBERS, Anthony, C0 F.nst 122d Street,
NIGRO. Louis W., corp., 120 Ralph Ave- New York City.
nue, H:?'? ki: n.
RAGELINK, Rocco. Englewood, N. J MlSsillK
REILLY, William J., -i;,l Prospect I'luce !
Bro GREENE, Stephen, 331 Sackett Street.
SACCOMANNO, Anthony. 197 Scholes Brooklyn.
StlJmhwTn0vr?ru t t ?? x- MENDES, Edward T., 257 East 202d
SIBBL lO\ IUH, lony. Jersey City, N. J. Street, New Vork City.
Wounded Severely Brooki'n2, Edward' ;'-9 Schcnck Avenue, I
ALLY. Joseph, 380 Rockaway Avenue,! FRIEDMAN, Louis, 121 Ellery Street,!
i!',,m"p i l x- , x- , Brooklyn (errqneously reported wounded se-i
tfAKLK, Joseph, Newark, N. J, verely).
Character of casualties is indicated as follows: (K) killed
in action; (W) wounded; (D A) died of accident or other causes;
(1> W) die dof wounds; (I) D) died of disease; (M) missing;
LEWIS, Frank A., Tallahassee (K).
STUART, Edward P., Geiger (Dl.
WOODS, Willie, Fairfield (D D).
BOYKIN, Robert B., Mist (D).
BROWN. Charlie E? De Queen (K).
CORNELL, Charles L.. Danville (Ki.
COFFEEN, Frank T., sgt., Knoble (D D).
COLLIER, Tom, Clifton (D D>.
HARDER. Grover, Provo (D).
HOPKINS, Lonnie, Crockett BlutT (D D).
ROBINSON, Ross H., corp., Cabot (D D).
TROILLET, Jdseph, Cdnway (K).
WALKER, Cran, Eureka Springs (D W).
WATWOOD, Murray M., Helena (D W).
FREY, Herbert R.. Denver (Kl.
M'DONALD Walter I'.. Windsor (K).
STEWART, Paul L.. Fort Coliins (K).
s'l \NBRIDGE, David M.. Rocky Ford (K).
' RARBK, Pierre, San Mateo (K).
BOLLA, Giuseppi, Oakland (K).
DUTCHER. Clayton T.. Los Angeles (K).
GILSON, William S., Los Angeles (K).
LAMBERT, Frank, Long Beach 1K1.
MENETREY, Chas. L., San Francisco (K).
MONTOYO, Louus, Dei Norte (D).
M'CORMICK, John F., Uevt., Norwich. (K).
BURANCE, A. E., South Kent (1) D).
CAPELLUPO, Carmine, Torrinxton 1K1.
DENNEHY. Michael .!., Hartford (0 D).
NORMANDIEN, J. V., Willhnantic (W).
NYQUIST Wm.. corp., Naugatuck (Wi.
O'CONNOR, Wm. J.. Nigganum 1W1.
STICHTENOTH, A. F, New Britain (W).
TJELLANDER, H. T., Waterbury iDD).
ZOELLER, William, Norwalk i.D D).
NERO, Frank, Wiiinington (D D). I
BROWN. Ren V,.. Orlando (K).
BRUNSON, John Jacksonville m Di.
FAULKNER, William E., Perry (K).
H0W.ARD. Oscar X., Perry (D D).
BLANKENSHIP, D. F.. Eatonton (K).
BROOKS, Isaiah I... Thongsville (? D).
BUTLER. James W., Cartersville (K).
HAWKS, Jones, Danielsville (D D).
HOLDER, John J., Eastman (K).
MORGAN, ': r i mas J., Hopewell l K |
WEATHERSPOOL, A. Summerville IDDi.
BARBER, Clarence M., Rexburg (K).
1 LE ... Dubois. IK).
CARTER, I. /.'.. lieut., Carbondalt (K).
tSGElt, Homer U .. lieut., il'auke
V. Robert L., Pomona (K).
DELONG, Hez (,.. corp., I I icago (K).
1 rank E., Mount Sterling (K).
'? ING, Jacob !?'., Grafton (K).
H0E;S KR, Emil W. A., Quincy (D).
ES Earl I... Preen ption m ID.
JOHNSON. James N.. Mulkeytown (K).
LEDBETTER, C. V.. Elizabethtown (K).
ME^ ER, Kurth, Chicago (D).
MIELKE, Henrj E., Melvin 11) D).
RE, Edward, Chicago (D 1)..
NIXON, .!?-...- (... Arthur H) ll).
r0N, Merle, Kempton (K).
OSTROWSKI, Stanley, Rockdale (Ki.
POHLMANN, Francis, BrusBete (K).
INKE. John Ii.. Chicago il) W).
': Al T, Roger D.. Wiiliaville (D D).
VAN BIBBER. Arling C, Savanna (K).
VIN( ENT, James A., Quincy (K).
WELKER, Harry E., H< rron (K),
DLEY, Joseph V.7. Jasonville fD D).
< ARM1CHAEL. Albert, Clinton iKr.i
DENNING, Oliver B., Warren (li li).
ON, Gail, New Goshen (K).
HADDIX, Enoch. Terrc Haute (K).
WHITCOMB, Stephen II.. Montcrey (DD).
-K. Garband, C'arroll (K).
REESE, 'iorn, Carbon (D D).
ALLEN. Forrest, Barleton (K).
BOWDEN, Jamet, Kansai City (K).
HILCHER, Arthur C, Wichita (K).
. H. i arroll .':.. Kirwin iK i.
WKI.I.s, Henry ... . i Idier (K).
BISHOP, George W , Wa*?ravill? (K).
< ORNETT. Willlarn H., Evark (K).
GOODMAN. Walter II., Eaat View (K).
LBK, Henry Dizney (K).
SKAGG -. En i ry, Barn Rock (K).
BWIFT, Ijownlt, Tilford (K).
BROOK8, Pearl, Maria <T> D).
HERBERT, Alcide. Franklin (!) D).
Rl SHTEOUS, Hamp. jr., F.ih-l (D Di.
AU< IEB, Abner, corp., Mormon U) D).
''?'' 0 ? , Rumney (D D).
< '?? KER, Cbarle* H . Hartland (K).
?'OL.VJAIN. J .,m il, Corw (Di.
0KOLOW8KY. V.'. M.. Baltimore (D W).
?OI)f>. RoUnd 17. l'r<i,V,t, (Kl.
WATERg, G . DaWUeonvUU >l> D).
TAYUtlc. Haymond C, lieut., AUtton (P).
CARROLL, h. .1. Arllngton HelghU <K>.
w8!iVAN. 1 ?'- ' ambridge fK).
MAITON. JoMph. M?df?rd (K).
?fCAPFREY, Tfemu*. Mcdford (K).
KDOMALD, Arehle, for'. Pairfield <K).
EkJ'UVAN, M, <orr,, Dorcheater di D/.
/....K. Oaorsc, Dorche?t*r <Ki.
KI.YVEH. RtmeU 11.. Utut., Otnton Ilar
'"? <li A A,
?2u,i*?Lh r<*?<<>"l J-. Un?ing 'Ki.
tft[&?* w- ?'?? Blow?ln*4aU (Ki.
?KJ-,.;:.KI-. V?;\.r\iy, M..... ( Ity <K).
u.,u/;,v- Bkhard w . UoHum fK).
vru.^ZJ'^' Th?odor.( Oakwood ?!) D).
''.KlOf.X-, j^yj,, A .s.^,,,.,,, ,,, lu
;we,,'iV SJ'"I'"?'-- A?h>'>- IDDI
rii,Zl'Z- '""?'. 0?kl*nd fl)i
cro44 J ::'"-?- "J
J'""--0;.. Af...-. ,. T? M?,
LAMBERT, R. A.. Maple Lake (K).
MEIDINGER, A. J., St. Paul (K).
SWEATT, Melvin, Long Prairie (K).
BOLDEN, Cleveland, Ph'ebe (KL
BOYETT, Earl W., Sallis (O).
HUBBARD, Horace, Learned (D D).
BXSCOM, John F.. Kansas City (K).
BURKETT, Charles L., Thayer (K).
BROWN. Ira C? Hannibal (W).
CARMER, Roy C, Boynton (K).
Cl STER, Leonard A.. St. Louis (D D).
DICKSON, Charles IL. sgt., Palmyra (K).
DEAN, Albert J., Fordland (K).
GATES, Cecil I)., Elmo (K).
LACEY, Leonard, St. Louis (K).
REDBURN, Elbert, Koshkonong (D D).
RUPERT, Frank W., St. Joseph (K)
STRONGHOENER, Wm. H., Gerald (D).
KNAPP, Roy, Sidnoy (K).
FLUMMER, Guy L., Juliet (K).
CARROI.L. Albert L., master enijineer,
North Piatte tl) 1)1.
GOLDNER, John II.. corp.. Omaha (K).
KEIL. Henry, Elgin tD D).
STEELE, Leo M., Omaha (K).
CARTON, Francis F., Holmedel (K).
CARELS, Eva. Merchantsville (W).
CRECCHIO, Angelo, Cliffside iW).
1)7 N, Ira O, Woodbridgc (Kl.
MIHALOVICH, John, Wallington (W).
MOORE, Albert, Mount Holly (W).
RANOI.DO. Tony, Waterford (W).
SCARABINE, C. V., Williamsbury (W).
WORTNOVSKY, Thomas, Somerville (W).
FRESQUEZ, Fernando, Chnmisal (B).
GARCIA, Simon, Gobernador (K).
BRENNAN, Peter, Buffalo (W).
BUSH, William R? Ithaca IKI.
BROCK, Lco A.. Bgt., Poughkeepsie (KL
B0GARDU3, Chas. A , Poughkeepsie (W).
BLOWERS Bert L., Warsaw (I) D).
COTTON, Bert O, Fort Plain (K).
771 117 Roy, Greece (W).
COVERT, George K.. Fultotiville (WL
DONAHUE, Joseph, East Aurora (K).
DERNICOLA. Juiseppi, jr.. Frankfort!W).
DCNHAM, William E., Alfred (W).
GORDINEER, Harrison, Peekskill (W).
GOKEY, John IL, Mol awk (WL
GREEN, George N., Buffalo d) D).
HALSEY, C. Edwin, Hampton I D Ul.
JEFFERY, Clarence H., Brewstcr (W).
KW1ATK0WSKI, Stanley. Butfalo (K).
KAOETSKY. Aaron. East Aurora (W).
LEE, Everitt I)., Balliston Spa (Wl.
I.OYI), William T., Little Valley (W).
CUTLER, Lewis .)., Palmer (K).
I RISCOLL, Florence, Buffalo icrroneously
rep '.-,,! killed). '
I E GENOVA, Arsene, Schenectady <W).
DUNNING, Haiold E., Wayland (W).
FOSTER, John A., Lockport (Wi.
FAGAN, John E., Newburgh (W).
GAYNOR, Frank. Ridgewood (K).
GALLAGHER, Leo .17, Malone (WL
HADCOCK, Frank W., Little Falls (M).
MATHEWS, Edgar K., Albany (K).
MILDEN, Louis, Newburgh (W).
MULLAHY, Austln J., Ansenore (W).
MILAN, Henry, Glendale iWi.
7.77' 7 Timothv, Wcst Ilrirhton (Wi.
PO'ITER, Edison E., Syracuse (M).
PARESSI, Guiseppi, Olean (W).
RAEDER. John A? Kenn ore (WL
ROWE, Lester I... Scheneelady (K).
SANTINO, Antonio, Auburn (KL
SCOTT, A.',,os I).. Highland (DD).
SEMPERT, Frederick P? Buffala (W).
TANSEY, Francis J., Oxford (K).
V1CKERY, Frank, Gi ncva (W).
WARNER, James t., sergt, New Berlin
WILSON, Richard, Hunting'on (sick in
YANZ, Edward ,7, Rochester (D D).
NORTH CAROLINA j
BROWN, Isaac L., Winston-Salom (K).
HONEYCUTT. Danie] E? Albemarl? (DD).
M'GOWAN. Hester C, Warrcnton (DD,.
M'LAL'GHLIN, Archie, Shonnon (D D).
8MITH, Edward D.. Columbus (Di.
SWANSON. Harry M., Nashville (D D).
Ul l KI...V. Jamci! I .. Youngstown 'I) Ll).
7 VRTZ. ! .-<??,..r.i 17, Cleveland (K).
CARPENTER, Crum, tfpencr Station (K).
CU'tRENS, Clarence, Murray City <U lo.
DAVIS. !;??/ L. Shurpsburg <[> 17.
FA< HNP.ISH, Michael, ' leveland (K).
GFELL. Clarence B.. Kiniball d) Di.
GILLESPIE, Etobort .7, Cleveland (K).
HALL. George U . Lyohs (D l),.
JOHN.-, Edward (,'., Graytown (I) D).
LUOTO, August M., Falrport Harbor
LAUGHLIN, Nichola* H.. Cleveland (KL
MACHA, Cha Ies II., Cleveland (D D)
McDERMITT, Alvu E., St. Mary's (OD).
NAZiri'O, Phlllip, Cl.-v.land (D).
STEVENS, George .L. Obcrlin (I) ih
URBANCJC, Edward, Cleveland <Ki
VOLLMER, Frank R.. Ney (KL
WEGE, William E., Norwood (Kj.
BLACK, William l'.. Huntcr (K)
FALL. John J., Tulso 'K..
HARRISON, George W., corp., G?kc (W)
MARTIN, John E., Mounds (!) 1);
SMITH, Barney, McAlester U) lo
WHISENHUNT, Gray 17, Ada (K).
CRANE, W?lt*r C, Alleguny tl<).
ANDERSON, John. Braddock (KL
ADZKMA, Michael, Olyphant (Ki.
ARCHER, Edward L, Philadalphia (K).
BARNKALDI, Achllla, Morgan iK).
PLAN' HARD, Charle* L.. Kittanning.
CAR, Johiwon D., Philadelphia (K).
COfcMAND, Jtiuno, Tlrnblin (K).
CUMMINGS, Archie. 7.oith Fork (K).
CURRAN, John ,/.. Scranton (Ki.
EIKKNBERG) K, lleojumin, Ro*eoo (Ki.
I O.-'TKR. Howard T., COTp., Dalton (K).
CALLUP, 'iai... lt.. Colegrove (i> Io.
GALLAGHER, Janw* l... .'hlladelphta (KL
GA88EST, Richard, NttwniaiMtown (Ki
G0ET5S, Edward J., Fi.lrvlcw (K).
GOLDMAN, William. fhliadelphla (K).
717.7.7'MLLO, Jacob, McKeaaport (K).
KAHLi;. OtU P, Hik.i1 (I) W),
BUTLER, Wilimm V? Lancaatar (D D).
f ARTER. Edward, Homestoad fD D).
. ? ,'}'; ,LJ'onaI'd ''- Philadelphia fK).
IVr,r-..,rJJ,ib',,<?UisC'1,pe- St- Claire <K>
nri-w'n"! _K,?,W A Sebnstopol (K).
n ?nMV.-ft;,b0,'t M" Arnold <Kl
Dl RNLLL. Lawrence H Mar'onville (K)
DORNBLASER. David E.. Nazareth (D Wl'
DITTERLINE, Charles S. Lehighton (D D)
LAMBERT, William .1., Kii^Son (K>.
McVAV Joseph A? PhUadelphia (D D).
?t'(iA,H(:;HIlY' K:,:cl H- Philadelphia (K).
McNEAL, Orris I,., Tyrone (KL
M'NICHOLAS, Edward, Ned (IO
MOORHEAD, Kenneth A., corp., Pitts
NEFF, George J., .lohnstown (1)1. i
NYE. George W.. Shamokin (K).
PALECKI, Joseph, Pittsburgh (K).
PEEL, Elias .!.. Jeanette 11)..
RATAJACK, Ignacy, Philadelphia (K).
RIGDON. .Jose?h R., Scottsville (K).
RODGERS, Walter D.. Greensboro iDD).
SCACCIA, Frank, California iK).
SELL, Irwin. Montelo (K).
STUKIS, Peter, Pittston (K).
STULL. Charles N. Leechburg (K).
I SYPER. Anton, Shenandoah (K).
VAII. Vernon J., Clark's Summit (D W).
WATSON. Robert, Ikerman (KL
WALLS. William J., Philadelphia (K).
1 WIEGAND, Walter J., Philadelphia (K).
DISTON, John W., Providence (Ki.
DUCHARME, Peter, Hirrisvillo (K).
McCARTHY, Florence, Pawtucket (D D).
?i'< E, iohn C, Pawtucket (K).
Tl'RANO, John J., Westerly (K).
BURGESS, Arthur, corp.. IV.colct (Di.
DOZIER, Fred. Florence (I) D).
BRUYER, George A., Burbank (D D).
DITTRICK, l.eo ('.. Stickney (Ki.
M-CAKTHY, Grover ('., Rapid City (D D).
OI.SON. Roy C, Hayti (K).
ALEXANDER. John T., Gallntin (D D).
BAUCOM, Willie ]',., Linden (I) Dj.
T'.KF.NAN Jesse. Catvosn (I) Wi.
COOPER, Karl R? Pinson (K).
COLEY, Lestcr H., Lafayette iDi.
ES" ES, ld,,1, Morristown (D Dl.
GAG1.E, Thomas G . Lenonite City (K).
KING, Joe D.. Friendship (I) Wl.
LONG, Bratcher H., PeaUland <D D).
liRIGGS. James It.. lieut,, Houston (K)
BROCKMAN, Ivan O., Swanson (D DL
DAVIDSON, Burle H., Pilot Point (K).
EPPERSON. Shely, Clarksville iD D).
GAUS, Arnold F? Runite (D Dl.
GREER, Giles U.. Blossom (K).
HAMMONS, Carroll C? Houston (Ki.
HOLLEY, John V., Pilot Point (D DL
HOPKINS, THOMAS R., corp., Yoakum
JACKSON. Eddie F., Blossom (Kl.
KING. Rav, Quitman (D Di.
WHITT, Ben, Ordale (D D).
SWENS, Alfred, Eureka (K).
BIANCHI. C'arlo, Montpelier (D Dl.
M'GRADY, John J., East Hardwick (DD).
I'OITIAUX. Warren A., lieut., Richmond
BROWN, I.e.ster W., Blue Ridge Springs (D)
DATZKO. Mike. Glendale fK)
DUKE, William L., Beaver Dam (K).
DICKERSON, George T., Indian Vallev (Kl
GARMAN, Lucian !?'., Catawba (D Di.
OLGERS, Maurice E., Sutherland (D D).
RADEORD. Barnard Norfolk (K).
SIMMONS, Morgan S., Ivor (D Di.
WASHINGTON, D. C.:
BAKER. William H., sergt. (K).
BRl'DWICK. Christian J? Seattle (K).
GUST, George, Seattle.
HAGSTROM, Erie!;, Monroe (D UL
PEAKS, Edgar E.. Spokane iD Di.
WILLIAMS, Hugh B., Roehester (K).
FLESHER. William B., Troy (D D).
BURKE, John, Sparta (K).
BYERS. Roy F, Oxford (K).
DIAMOND, Francis. Ccuderay (Ki
GECHAS, Charles A.. Kenosha (K).
HASS, Paul, Marinette (D D).
KII.DE. Emil A.. Perryville iD U).
LEE, John IL, Milwaukee (U DL
LUTZ, William. Milwaukee (K).
NEVERDAHL, Lawrence M.. sgt., West
Mr.i imince ( K ).
c-ZCZESNY, Stephen F., Steven's Point
VERHULST, Cornelius, Holcomb (Ki
WEBHR, Altred J., Sehleisingerville (D Di
GUL1 tCKSON, Nels, Neillsville (KL
JOHNSON, Ralph C, Superior (K).
VINE, Harry F., Dayton (K).
BRUNO, Peter. Goddisca (KL
TURANO, Umelo, Proviano Di Cazanza (K)
MLEKO, Stanley. Gubernia-Kicce (K)
RUTKOSKI, Wladyslaw, Tiaonova (KL
BASILANK, Steve, Moscow (K).
JOHNSON, Victor A., Kalson (K).
Wins Citation for
His Great Heroism
New York Man and One Sol?
dier Capture 17 Germans
and Take Them to Camp
Under a Heavy Fire
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. The com?
mander in chief, in the name of the
President, has awarded thc Dislin
guished Service Cross to fifteen officers
and soldiers for acts of extraordinary
First Lieutenant THORNDIKE DELAND.
340th Field Artillery. For extraordinary
heroism in action near Marimbois Farm,
France, November \, 1918. Assisted by a
soldier, Lieutenant Deland went forward
in advance of lhe infantry to !ay telephone
wires. Near Marimbois Farm they found
tho place occupied &v thc enemy. Arme.l
with hand grenades Lieut_nant Delar.d ad
vanced on a dUgout, where he routed out
seventeen of the enemy, bringing them back
to our lines in the midst of a scvere shell
and machine gun fire. Home address, Mrs.
Thomdike Deland, wife, 7'7'i) West Forty
sixth Street. New York City.
First Lieutenant. HAROLD KENASTON,
I'.nCth Infnntry. t'or extraordinary heroism
iu action near Pouilly, France, November
4-10, H'18. On November I I ieutenant Kenas
ton was severely gassed during a heavy
Bhelling, but remained on duty. On No?
vember .', still suffering from the effects
of the gas, he volunteered and went. to a
near-by town to assist in the work of sup
1 lyinp: reserve rations for the command,
working continuously for two days and two
niirlii'i under tarrific fire. During the night
of November 10-1 1 he guided an element
to tbe pontoon crossing the Mcuse, and,
while returning, iva rende-ed uncon
scious le, ,-?. shell explosion. Gaining ron
sciousness, ha voluntarily started on a
search for a part of his command. which
had been lost in ('?? den e fog. Home ad
drcrs, Doris C. Kenaston, wife, 130 La
Fayetto Avenue, Passale, N. .1.
League of (Jnirehes to
Kind Nations Is Urged
Mission Education Speakers
Plan Work in New Field
Opened by War
Missions arnl internationalism were
discusacd last night at thc seventh an?
nual reception wid dinner of the Mis
sionary Educational Movement, nt the
Hotol Astor. Speakcrs urged that the
present intimacy between nations be
capitalized for Christianity and that
a league of nil Christian churchea be
Those who snoke included thc Rcv.
Dr. Samuel Zwcmer, the Rev Dr.
Arthur J. Brown, und the Rcv. Dr
Harry Emerson Fosdick. All spoke of
thc- cnormoua field for missionnry
work, which H.id been opened by the
war nnd of plans that were under wuy
for b survey of tho field.
Dr. Fosdick urged in his address that
the churchea of the world unite to
make luccestful the new tvpo of
Chriltitnity. He also said in re/erring
to the coming peace conference, "il
it comes to nn end without tl._tab
hshment of ;i loaguo of imtions, the
groatest tragedy no the greatest
treachery ln the hi?tory of the world
will have come to vuhb."
Two Days After
Former Broadway Actor Is
Baek From Front With
Real Hard Luck Story;
4 Troopships Overdue
lt was a harfl war for the 315th In?
fantry and Jack Devereaux, a Broadway
actor and a lieutenant in Company L.
He went through at least a dozen bat?
tles without a scratch and the day the
aimistice was signed he slapped him?
self on the back congratulating him?
self as lucky. Devereaux came home
yesterday on the transport Abangarez
with 106 other passengers, most of
them soldier heroes, but instead of
slapping himself on the back he was
kicking himself all over. Two days
after the war ended he was gassed.
1 he soldiers in his regiment were
still checring the defea of thi Ger?
mans, and Devereaux was walking
through the ruins in Bras, near Ver
dun, when he accidentally tripped over
a gas trap left by the enemy. The sol
dier-actor was overcome and for several
weeks after was under treatment.
Devereaux showed no signs of the
gas when he reached Hoboken y< er
day. He lives at the A gonquin. lle
has played in several Broadway shows
but last appeared in Manhattan in
"Brewster's Millions." More recently
he appeared in the movies.
Aero Dog ti Passenger
The Abangarez brought eighty-nine
casual ofneers and eieven privates.
Paree, the only aero dog in captivity,
came back on thc ship.
Expiaining the nresence of "Paree,'-'
Lieutenant T. X. Ha'lowell, of Marion
Ind., who fought with the Royal Flying
Corps, said he had eaptured the dog
August 23, after bringing down a Ger?
man airplane in which were two Ger?
man officers, one of whom w:,s killed
and the other wounded. The dog
jumped from the wrecked 'plane and
was made a prisoner. The wounded
officer, he said, formerly was a paying
teller in a New York bank.
More criticism against Y. M. C A.
activities in France was made by Chap?
lain John H. Williams of thc 107th In?
fantry. a Methodist minister of Besse
mer, Ala., one of the ship's pasengers.
Chaplain Criticlses Y. M. C. A.
"As a minister 1 have been an active
Y. M. C. A. worker most of my life,"
he said, "bu! my experience in the front
line trenches, where ihe Y. M. C. A.
never penctrated, alcers my view of
that body. I saw th m sell cigarettes
that were intended for free distribu?
tion and stamped to thi t effect. Sum
ming it us as I saw it, the Y. M. C A.
did nothing that benefited soldiers, and
1 am through with them."
Colonel .1. R. McQuigg, of Cleveland,
was one of the returning officers,
Others were Major Carlisle Mason, who
gave his address at the Waldorf-As
toria; Captain F. C. Townsend, of 25
Nassau Street; Lieutenant Frank J.
Bowler. of Glens Falls, and Lieutenafft
Paul W, Odon, of Macon, Ga.
P'our transports are overdue frem
two to ten days. according to officials
at the port of embarkation. The steam?
ship Potlla is ten days behind schedule.
The Santa Marta is two days overdue.
The St. Louis. due Sunday, has not been
reported, while the Minnesota is due
most any time. Storms are believed to
have dolayed the ships.
The U. S. S. cruiser Huntington,
which left Brest Januarv 2, is expected
to dock at Hoboken to-day.
U. S. Workers Will Reject
Permanriit Labor Alliaiiue
Standard of Conditions Must
Be Broadened Here First,
The suggestion that the inter-allied
labor conference about to take place
in Lausanne may give birth to a per
manent labor league of workl-wide
scope for tho international adjustment
of employment conditions was re?
jected by officials of tho American Fed?
eration of Labor yesterday.
ln a communication to labor unions
in New York Frank Morrison, secre?
tary of the A. i-. ot L., said:
"lt was si.i'-;:e -led that such a league
would deal ;. death blow to 'sweating.'
No one will object to dealing a d iath
blow to 'sweating,' but I question if
American labor will turn "its affairs
over to an international committee.
"Under such a system worker-' in
America could nol improve conditions
if their present standards are in ex?
cess of those for similar workers in
Belgium. lt would be a good system
for the employers in America and
England, whose workers are better con
ditioned than those or. the Continent.
"The best way to internationalize
standards o^ working people is first to
establish tho standards of thc work?
ers in America. Any other method
mean- that Ihe American worker must
surrendcr rrains made or must post?
pone further ijains until the worker in
Europe reaches his present standard.
Tne American worker will accept no
such principle, regardless of any deci?
sion that may be made at the peace
Boy Tells of 30 Hold-Ups
[ndifferently Adds Tale of Mur?
der lo Story
Edward. Sullivan, who does not look
the seventeen years hc claims, yester?
day admitted at I'olice Headquarters,
where he had been taken Saturday
night, thal he had participated in
thirty hold ups in thc last few weeks,
and ha<l in addition killed one man.
So matter of facl was the lad's ac?
count of his depredations that the po?
lice are uncertain as to whether hc
is "stringing" them.
The boy will bc taken beforo thc
District Attorney for further qucstion
ing, lle will bc confrontcd by Patfick
Mitchell, a chauffeur. who is charged
with stnbbing and killing John La
Gros. a seaman from the French liner
Espagnc, on January 1. Sullivan says,
according to thc police, that Mitchell
had nothing to do with the murder.
"lle wasn't in ihe party," the Ind is
quoted as saving. "lt was me. I did
it with a blackjack knife."
Would Study Foe's Ships
New York University Professor
Wants Boats Srnt Here
Professor Oollins P. Bliss, of the
mechanical engineering department of
New York University, said yesterday,
he fnvored u-ing some of thc surren?
dered German warships as stearo engi?
neering lahoratories at universit ie * ac
Ccssiblfl by water. New York 1'nivur
BJty Co.lumhia Cnivcrsity and Stevens
Institute were favorably situated for
such use, he declared.
"There is no doubt." he said. "that
American practice would diffor from
the German in the design of some of
the machlnery Installed, but for in?
struction purposes this might even be
a considerable aaset."
! a s s i f I i
HELr WANTED .MALE
AT MISS HDf.-MAYK.RS AGENCY. 10 EAST 43D
Ihlrd floor BolUlers atnl sallui placed ln
i r i Ue -.?!. lies .:.,, ?f ,.i)_r__.
BOOKIvEErEIt.- One who has had experience ln
a cnntructiug plumber's-office. Iiox IA, Trlbuna
BRIGHT nnd willing office boy: good . liance for
ailTanccment. A, Box io". Tribuue Offlce.
CHOCOI.ATE dipper, exper'i'nced; 50:: per liour.
: ?' Ui " ? : av., Ui oklvn
GARMENT d i -Head .: . r to n-.annsre depart
, '?'' ,' "i"inre i ..". i .-? eatlil; good ?a.ary
>' ? Boi 200, Tribun i i BI ??
1'AIXTER for worfe ln downtown pfll
? ? ii.iv an. in.ui A;,, .. 9 . 0 and
10 a ni . rooin Ml. va \a.-_au sl
PILS X CHAIR OF LITURGICAL MCSIC. COL
Nai red Heart, 7 rd . . 1 Confent ave.
Singers wanted ror Gregorian music. I'refercnce
? '?"?' :" : ? who i ..... n ad (1ns rian Nota ion
'??'?' I '?'S ' a api ila." A| [ilj \\ ln n laya and Sat
''? ??' - -; -" ?? t ?:. ,.., a ?? ?.- cuj .v,..
t'lRLV WANTED .l-EMALK
CASHIER -1 xperiei wd Cashler and
teieplm ?? oiierai r Hn ! required
_ A Sl I.KA & CO., 512 5th Are.
i AN MAKE JOT WEEKLY
Besl opp ... yearly position, also
; " " forkers and learners; splendid clumce tor
.MASS Mi-_ CO.. 27 \V 38TH.
to work on rouge machines nnd nil crpams
ln laboratory; i.leasant surroundlngs; per
n.\!tu;i:r hcbrard ai'er,
323 E. 34th St.
GIRLS ivuntetl, Christian, to work nn ruhbor
:" Is; uu experlcnci] necessary; Ugnt work;
Meady cmpluj-mciit; good s;i..,.-. 300 Sheffield ave..
GIRLS, 15-17, to learn io wait c,n counter. Apply
;" ??"?'! 10 A M and ". P M College Uook
Slore, 1J JI Amsterdam ave.
7S (2) for light shop ?urk; $S) week Bl&rt.
W Wadsworth, 412 West 40th st., 4ili tloor
GIRLS, experienced, on paper boxes: good pay:
-'i"":- hoii.-s Melo Mfg. t'o . 31) Kultim st.
LAUEFt.'L CARPET (l.KAMMl ('OMrA-V. -
( l;an& u> ciiniprcssed air. dieam, nand ot ??
floor 41'J Kaat 4Mn 81 COE tc LUAMlT IW
H.-iMo 132 Murray Hill.
OI^MONDS ann jewelry bought for cash; ti'tai
?pprai?d. purchased BENNETT 175 K't: '?_*?
YOUNG MAN. with tnuiness experience, with some
capital, la offered a r.I po Itlon nnd i urt In
terost with a sound, rellahlo corporation. with a
guaranteed lega.1 eruilract Address Tlie Ilui'ling
Shipbuilding Co., LD!) Stoekl. sl . Brooklyn.
DELICATESSEN, WELL ESTABLIRHED BEPT
section Isl ave.; counter trad.ily; $700-$SO0
weekly. Stuok $3,000. Price, $4,,-;00. Sehacht, 14U8
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
Kourtll Ai nuul Dini er
LEAflUE F0I1 THE LARGER LIFE
Thursday, Jan. lfith, nl 7 00 17 M
Fifth Avenue Bldg., 23rd St. & 5th Ave.
Speakers: Ellzabeth Towne, Pr. J. Herman
R.II. Dr. Joseph Perry Cr,'.-:,. Harry
Ga e, Dr. (), S. Mardeii and others
Tickets $2 each.
_R crvatlotis Ijj 'plione Columbui G478.
Temporary Arch as
Final Memorial Is
Opposed hy Women
City Club Protests at Plan
to Make First "Victory"
Structure Permanent in
Honor of New Heroes
Oppositicn to the project for makinp
permanent the temporary soldiers'
memorial arch at Madison Square
came from the Women's City Club at
its monthly meeting yesterday at the
Mrs. Mcredith Hare. chairman of the
art committee, introduced the following
"Wher< as, a sub-cimmittee of the
Mayor's committee' has reported in
favor of making the temporary arch.
now being erected on Fifth Avenue
at Madison Square, a permanent
memorial, and it is reported that
public contributions for this purpose
are, or soon will b'-. requested. it is
"Rcso ved, that whUe the Women's
City Club is emphatically in favor of
decorating thc city for the welcoming
homc of our soldiers and sailors, it
i^ equally emphatically opposed to
any attempt at this time to make any
such decorttions permanent, for the
"A permanent memorial should be
above all an expression of the puhlic
will and feeling and such an expres?
sion cannot exist until the public hat
had ample opportunity and time to
consider and jud^e of any plans sub?
"Even preliminary plans fr>r a per?
manent memorial should allow for
participation by all American talent
"Our soldiers and sailors themselves
should have a voice in any perman?
ent memorial to their serviees (and
the supreme sacrilice oi their riend
comrades) and their voice should not
be forcstalled by any decision made
in advance of their homecoming."
The third clause. suggesting that
soldiers and sailors should have a
voice in the selection of any perman?
ent memorial, was stricken out in the
course of the open discussion, on the
ground that it was not "delicate" to
ask soldiers to discuss their own
It was said that many members have
objectcd to the activity of thc Police
Department in collecting funds for the
Hines Names 'Tyler Aid
Successor to Gray as Rail
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.- W. T. Ty?
ler was appointed to-day by Director
General Hines as director of the divi
siort of operations of the railroad ad?
ministration to suceeed Carl R. Gray,
whose resignation becomes effective on
Wednesday. Mr. Tyler has been Mr.
Gray's assistant since January 22,1.18.
Mr. Tyler began his railroad career
in 1888 as a niessenger with the Wis
consin Central. His lirst executive po?
sition was with the St. Louis- Iron
Mountain <& Southern. of which he
became general superi"tender:* !n 1901.
Ho later waa general manager of the
St, Louis & San Francisco line and of
the St. Louis. Southwestern lines. In
11H7 he was elected a-sistant to the
lirst vice-president of thc Northern Pa?
Funeral of II. J. P_akc
Funeral serviees for Henry J. Peake, i
for more than ten years a detective j
attached to the Queens headquarters,'
will be held to-day at his residence,
293 Sixth Street, Newark, where he !
tlied suddenly of heart disease Satur?
day. Mr. Poake had not been in active
service for three years. He was re?
tired on account of injuries received
in a railroad accident resultinK in the
'ns'. of an eye. Hn was tifty-one years
old. He n survived by his v.-if_( (ive
sons und three dauirhters.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GIRLS. colored, llgbt factory vrcrk; good pay. 36
Wesl 21st sl . se in | B, or.
GIRLS Steady empl yment; clean work and s kx!
wages. George K Gut ler. 28 Rodney, Brooklyn.
HERE IS TOUh
$9.00 and $10.00 while learnlne. dur
Ing tirst 7>ur weeks.
Earnings vlthln next few weeks
evorag, 5 7; :... to $14.50 a week.
81 '? r, ng to ' urs of duty assigned.
Earnings by cud of first ycar aver
?????? $14 00 to SIT 50 a we< 1*. a ord
ing io tours ot duty asslj
' 7; ? r sa larj Inc-n is ., br n -; av- r
;>?e earnings fcr experienced opera?
tors up to as high as $15.00 to $2:'.50
a week, accerding to lours of dutv
Man) advanced and mor*> highly
paul positions, open <o tno.se wliu are
.-.o experience mnssar?
Age 15 to 25 years.
EMFLOfEES ARE ESFECL&.LLY
WELL CAhf.D FOR
-uncheons served at < oa*.
Vsoations with pay.
Anniversary payments, sick
bermflts and penslon*.
.' (o x hour working day
CONVENTENT APFLICAT1GN Oi1.
Afp,y weekdays. day or evenlr.ir.
durir.g l-.e-.ira shown.
Manha* tan ?
68 West Houston t't.,
3 a. m. to e p. n.
1454 Bror.dway (at if.A Bt.),
12 m. to 9 p. m.
23 East 26th SL *at Madison Ave.),
12 m. io 6 p. m.
* 53 Ea.u Tremon: Ave.,
i p. m. to 9 p. ro
Ul Wllloughby St. . .9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
1030 Gates A\e. (at Broadway),
12 m to 8 p. m.
5110 Fifth Ave. (near 53d St.),
12 m. to 8 p m.
TELEPHONE COMfA N'Tf
M,':s. MAKOVS AGENCT, 131 W 42d [Rryar.t
",0; ? ,'?.;-. chainl ruiaids, waltresscs, tiurscs
1 nusi ,v, rkci eoupli s
TIIE l'i i i . ??,', Tru ? c ,n nai v wisl s to
oinploy two typlsts Salary to starl $11 i,t
week Apply le Mr Merrlll, lloom 50 . 176 Broad
VI '. vri- ; \ i.,,?!?.. . old ,si I itai I elgni lioura
dally: cooking and cleanlng; slx-room apart?
ment: family, llireo Rdulls; $9 j. week; liouts ar
ran .. 1 sail ,fa, torilj ; ri rer, n ?"- reqn red T, le
phone Rhhiolamler 718 er write Apartment SD, 829
I'ark ave . for ?i p, .:. m, n:
S1TUATIONS WANTED MALE
I'AIX'TER..?Scandlnavlan; house, slgns, carrlaga
maeiiines, etc, wishes steady position; bej>l ref?
erencea Eruest Routh, 2S4 Grand ave., Asairla.
YOUNG men, 24, married, clerk hii'I stenographer
deslres position with rcliable tirm Willing
worker. lieferenccs A I... i'?,* 596 Tribune
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
UOL'SEWORKER, colored girl, adull family, no
.vasldng; references. I'arker, care ul Cou ry, 227
Wesl 1 ;uih sl Ai dul ' 1115
IJOMESTiC SITUATIONS WANTED
BUTLER I ,'lul as ie, ad nan; young; North 01
Ir, Iai,, 1 I'rotestant; t,-- references; $70; city er
countrj Mlsa Shea'a A .? li 42d s'.. Mur?
ray Mill 0777
COLOKEI) butler; rery capablc; good appcaring:
$60; :lty preferred; excei.enl reforences Mlsa
Shca's Agency, 30 E. 42d st. Murray IIil! (1774
imiK VM.KT Very eapable, cfflclent; Eliipino:
thoroughly undurs.ands liis duiles; excepl
well recommended: barhelor preferred; $50. Ma
.i'a Agency, 131 W. 42d at.
COOK.thtrd, or vegetable man, with referencea
John Ansley, 211 IVwl 60th st.
('(.! ri.17 with small girl, Butler, exeellenl cook
and manager; livo years last place; $100; clly or
country. Mlss Shea's Agency, 3,0 E. 42d st. Mur?
ray Hill 6774,
('(H'l'I.K English I'rotestant: chauffeur, uscful;
cook-housc?vorkur; $120; ,besl references. M;ss
Shca'a Aguncy, 30 17 42d at. Murray Hill 0774
EARMER-G V.RDEXER- Caretaker, married; cot?
tage; wile usol'ul; $75; tirst-class references.
Mi-, Shea's Agency, 30 E. 42d st. Murray Uni
HOUSEMAN or FOOTMAN; willing; noat; eapable;
I'xcelienl referencea Mlss Shaughncssy'a agency,
860 Sixt,, ave.
JAIVMSK Cl OK Il7n.ll; ? Long r-xpe.-ience; ,iu
?oi<l refcrsncea aest. willing .lapancse Eniij..,t.
men. Ayemy, zi A'csl 4..1 st Tol 3039 Vanderbilt
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
A. A ('(U'l'I.E. English; buuer aml parlormaid
,,r chambermuid; c.tj or country; $100-$12,i lt.,
M,s-i llofmayer's Agency, ln East 43d st., ihlrd
11 .,,r Telephone S947 Murray 11,U.
CIIa.MBVRMAIl).?Norwigia.i, k>x>u. nard ?\,rKtt.
understanna Her duties 'lio.-oughl , (xoellent lefer
ences. wagoa $i0. Sampson Agency 7si Lenng.oD
?,,- teltphono l'!a/.a :,0.i5
CHAMBERilAID?Asslst waltress; yemiK English
woman; good eity references. G., Mi-.s llofmayer's
Agency, 10 East i:;d at., Uilrd floor Telephone
MM7 Murray Hlll.
CHAMUERMAll)?Waitress; young Irish-Protcstant ?
ln auburban town; good references. I. , Mlsa llof
mayer'a Agency, lo East 4 ,d ;,t.. Ihlrd rluor. Tele?
phone S947 Murray Hlll.
CRAMBERMAIU.- Asslst waltresB; tail, nea nleo
young lnsli girl; i,,iis and sa.lsfactory city ref?
erences; $40 Mi- Mason's Agency, 131 \V. 42U at.
COOK.?Neat, desirable, very efflcient; Kllipino;
except ion aily ",',1 recommended; apartmeut only
>i;., I'c.erences; $30. .Mason'a Agency, 131 W.
42'.1 Bt, Bryant 5633.
COOK (Swiss), neat, thoroughly competent, , :ir,
ful. conac.entious; apartment; East Side it,
forred; excellent references; $45. Mason'a Agency,
131 \V. 42d Bt. Bryanl
COOK.?Neat, thoroughlj eapable, carcful, con
sc.ent'.ous; cltj or Tarrytown, irvlng.on; excel?
lent references; $50 Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 VV.
42d st. Bryant 5033,
COOK.?Understanda tl' kitiiw of cooking; snlt ih?
i, sl exa.'ting; good oattcr; well recomm;nd?i; $51.
Kampeon Agency. 781 Lexlnglo;! an, Trlculwiif
i'imiK i'aii?l,li' ,M,ung Irrsh woman; excellent
manager: $'.0; cltj ,,r country; Qne references
Mlss Shca's Agency, 30 E, 4-d st. Murraj Hill
COOK and waitress; friciels; very neat, thcrough'y
eapable; young lair, excellent references; apart?
ment preferred; $.',0-540. Mason's Agency's 13] W
COOK and WAITRESS.?Two neat, young girls;
both thoroughly experienced; together ,,r separate;
rlty or country Mlss Shaughucssy's Agencj S60
COOK By daj er week; very neat, cxceptlonally
eompeteni, Swedish wotnan; highly recommended
Mrs. Maion's Agency. 131 \V. 4HJ sl Bryan
COOK -Young Scotch I'rotestant; highly recom?
mended; neat, economlcal; city er country; $15
Mlss Shaughnessy's Agency, son Slxth ave.
COOK, Scotch, understands ul! branches cooking;
excellent manager. caterer, buyer Mlsa FHz
Gerald . Employment Bureau, 546 5th ave.
COOK Cinnd, i.nhcst. competent iiok. ,.n? who yoo
c?a thoroughly drpend upon; irnn'a f:,o Waiupaot
Agency. 7.si Lrxington ave. Te'ephorta l'la/a 5005.
DAY'S worker. Laundress and cleaner; neat, thor?
oughly experienced. resnpnsible woman; highly
recommended. Mason'a Agency, 131 VV 42d at
COl'l'l.l.'. i.'ook-bntler, excellent reference, would
llko position, country, where they could tako child
fetir years. Would lake position without child.
Mis-i FiuGerald's Employment Bureau, .M6 5th aie.
I.A1 MU1ESS ? Klrst. clasa; highly recommended;
city or country. Mtss Shaughucssy's Agency, 860
WAITRESS OR PARLORMAID?Excellsnt long
refernnees; city family; $4f, $-,o. H . Miss II,'.''-'
mayer'a Agency. 10 Easi 41M st., third floor Ttlc ?
phonu y.n: Murray Hlll.
WAITRESS OR CHAMBICRMAID?Oty or country
very rellable woman, highly reenmraended; $40-$4.',
('.. Miss llofmayer's Agency, 10 East 4;:d at,, third
floor Telephone 894" Murray Hlll
WAITRESS.?Patlor mald; lall, neat, nlce appear
ing: thoroughly experienced: exeellenl references
,-liy only: $45. Mrs. Mason'a Agency, 131 w 4 -,j
st. Bryant 5633.
WAITRESS, thoroughly eapable; exeellenl refer?
encea. Mlaa EltzUerald'a Employment Bureau.
r.M 5th avo.
8ISTER8.?Cook. $r,0; waitress, $40: chambermald
liiuiidresa. $40: three uea . young. cfllcienl. do
alral.le ^Irls; excellent cefcrences. Mas.ni's Aaenc
181 VV l.'d il. i
PIUENDS (',,,'k. $4,',, waltreas-chambermaid, $40
I),i iniire work ,,f apartment; young, 1
weii reconunended. Ml?s Shea's Agency, 30 k 4.W
?I Murray Hlll H774.
ElllENDS Butler. waitress. chambermald; to
get her or heparato; sui?,n,,r ynung woman; $1.
each; aparlnient preferred. Mlu Shea's Agency,
30 e. 42d st. Murray Hill 0774.
*t i sin <* C
! IMPORTANT NOTICE
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BAN'O Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Band, of
v- ; Park .-iv.. anrounce the birth of aj
daughter, Sunday, January 17.
CONOVER CAMERON?At the resldence of
the bride's luther, at Orange, N. J., on
Saturday, January 11. 1919, by the Rev.
F. Doyd Edwards, Margerite Anne. daugh
er of Mr. and Mrs. John Hillyard
Cameron, to John tfoward Conovor.
ACKERMAN Harry T.. at Camp Mills. son
of Charles 11. Ackerman and Mary M.
Acki rman. Funeral from his late rest
dence, 7 Hawthorne st.. Orange, N. J., ?
on Tuesday at 3 p. m.
ANDRUS Suddenly, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.J
Saturday, January 11, Rev. Alpheus N.
Andrus, B D. of Mardln, Turkey, aged 75
years. l-'uner il at Presbyterian Church,
Poughkeepsie, Tuesday, January 14, 1919,
at 7 p. m.
BARRERA Octavio II.. en January 11.
Lying in state THE FUNERAL CHURCH,
Broadway, G6th >t. (Frank E. Campbell's).]
BEATTIE Robert. jr., husband of Elizabeth
Beattie (nee Dorson), at Montclair, N. J., j
on Sunday, January 12. Funeral at the '
residence of his mother. Uvith W. Beattie.;
I ittle Falls, N. J., on Wednesday. January
la, at 1 p. m. Train leaves Erie Railroad,,
Jersey City, at 11 :30 a. ni.
BENJAMIN- At Newark, N. J.. on Sunday. j
January 12, 1919, Edward, husband of ',
Hannab Wade Benjamin, in bis 80th year.
Funeral serviees will be held at his late
horre '?"' North 6th *t., N.irk, N. J.,
on Tuesday, January 14, at 2:20 p. m. In
tern ent at Rosedale Cemetery.
BLAKE- O,. Sunday. January 12, 1919. at
her home 469 Washington av., Brooklyn.
Sarah I ouisa Blake, widow of Captain
Charles II. Blake, in the 87th year of her!
age. Funeral service private. Kindly omit
BOPPART Catherine, on January 11. Ser-'
vices THE FUNERAL CHURCH, B'way.
Giith st. (Frank E. Campbell's), Tuesday, 7
BURRELL- David Hamlin Burrell, at his
home, in Little Falls M Y., Monday morn- |
ing, Januarv 13, in his 78th year. Funeral
Wednesday, the 15th, 3 p. m.
CLEARY -At her home, 30 Van Buren st.,
N w Brighton, Staten Island, Mrs. Mary
E (nee Lynch), beloved wife of William
Cleary. Requiem mass at St. Peter's |
Church, Tuesday, 10 a. m. - ?
CUMING Suddenly, at Batavia, N. Y.. on j
Sunday, January 12, Thomas Barnes
Cuming, in the 46th year of his age. Fu?
neral serviees will be held at Englewood,
N. .!.. at the residence of Mr. D. F. Platt, ,
at 4:15 on Tuesday, on the arrival of the
train leaving the Erie Station at Jersey
City at 3 :44 p. m.
BE CA8TRO-PALOMINO- Suddenly, at Jer- !
s, ??? City, N. J., January 11, 1919, Victor
17 R. de Castro-Palomino, aged 30 years.
Funeral from iiis late residence, 340%
Webster st., Jersey City, Tuesday morning,
January 11 at 8:30 o'clock; thence to St.
l'aul of the Cross Church, Haneock av.
and Bowers st., where a hi?h requiem mass
will be read at 9 o'clock.
FAY At tho reetory of Our Lady of
1 ourdes 177 West 142d st., on January 10. .
l'JTD, entered into eternal rest., Right Rev.:
Monsignor Sigourney W. Fay. Solemn ,
mess 0f requiem will he sung on ruesday, I
January 14, nt. 1" a. m. The clergy of the
\rchdioceses of Baltimore and New York
-,,?>? respectfully invited lo attend. Inter?
ment private. Philadelphia. Baltimore.
Washington and Boston papers please
GRAHAM?On January 10, at his residence. i
434 Central Park West, Henry .!., beloved
husband of Maud Graham and son of Pat-I
rick J. and Mary .1. (nee Burke) and
brother of John, May, Nan. William,
R dph, Gertrude, Janet and Mrs. .1. F.
O'Connor. Requiem mass at Church of thc
A -i-e-isioii. 107th st.. near Broadway, on
Tuesday, January 14, at 1" o'clock. Inter
,n ;nt Calvary. Automobile cortege.
CR1FFEN On January 11. 1910. at his resi
dence Mamaroneck. N. Y.. Charles Field,
husband of Grace Coxe Bland. Funeral
GRISWOLD Suddenly, on Janiary 12. Hnr
ri.on husband of Aiice Griswold. Funeral
from his late re.7hn.-e. 201 West 120th
st . at. 11 a. m. Tu< sday.
HAMMOND- Charles E., on Sunday. Janu
urj 17. at his residence, 117 West 76th st.
Funeral service Tuesday afternoon, Janu?
ary 1 1, at 1 p. m.
HEIMEL On Sunday, January 12, 1919, An?
drew Heimel, beloved husband of Minnie
ii i.ne!. Funeral service at his late resi?
dence, 73 East 121st st., on Tuesday, Janu?
ary 14, ui 7 :30 p. m.
HOWE?On Saturday, January 11, 191'.',
Sarah .lane Howe, after a short illness.
Faneral Bervici at her late residence, 1393
Elrnore Place Flatbush, Tuesday evening,
January 14, at 8:70 o'clock. Interment
HURLBURT- On Sunday, Januarv 12, I rM 9,
Charles i-7 Hurlhurt. Funeral serviees at
hu late home. 111 Haneock st.. Brooklyn,
>n Tuesday afternoon at. 1 o'clock.
JAMES ? On Sunday, January 12, 1919, Kath
erine Hall James, dearly beloved wife of
Thomas N. James, mother of Mildred E.
James and Imogen J. Dale. Funeral ser
vices at her late residence. 217 Fifth av.,
Wednesday, January 1"-, at 10:7,0 a. m. -
JANEWAY?On January 12, 1919, at 198
West 71st st.. George II. Janeway, son of
tne late George J. Janeway. M. D., of New
Brunswick, N J. Funeral serve
Tuesday. January 1). at \\ a. m., Christ
Oi irch, New Brunswick, N. J.
KNKESHAW On January 12. 1919, Annie,
beloved wife of John Kneeshaw. Funeral
from residence, 117, Kast 177th st., to
Church of Holy Spirit, University and
I'.urnside avs., Wednesday, January 1,7, 10
a. m. Interment Calvary. Automobile
LIEBER Florence Arnold, wife of Moroau
Lieber, and mother of Harold A. Lieber
and Ensign M. Sidney Lieber, 1". S. N., on
January 12. at her home in Jenkintown,
Penn. Funeral Tuesday, 11:30 a. m. In?
terment private. Positively no flowers.
MATIER- On Saturday, Jnnuary 11, Mason
T. Matier. Funeral serviees from his late
? esideiice, 241 Si th S cond av., Mount
Vernon, N. Y., Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock. Interment al Kensico at conven
ience ot family.
MEAGHER?On January 12. Catherine E.,
beloved wife of the late Thomas F. Meagh
er. Funeral from her late residence, 7'20
Brooklyn av., Brooklyn. on Wednesday,
January 15, at lo a. m., thence to St.
Gregor R. C. Church. Automobile cortege. -
MORFORD On Sunday, January 12, at her
residence, Freehold, N. J., Harriette Brown
Morford, widow of Charles Knight of New
Vork. in the 77th year of her a^e. Fun?
MORGAN- At Presbyterian Hospital, Janu?
ary 13, 1919, of pneumonia, Dorothy, be?
loved sister of Mrs. Frederick C. Hicks nnd
Mrs. Charles I'. Richards. Funeral service
at Grace Chapel. 414 Kast 14th st., on
Wednesday at 2 7(0 p. m. Interment nt
conveniencc of family, Westerly, R. I. i
MURRAY Entered into rest at her resi?
dence. 311 East ISth st., EKen Elitabeth
widow of Joseph I- Murray. Funeral mass
at the Chui-eJi of the Immaculate Concep
tion, East 14th st., Tuesday, January 11,
at 10 a. m. Kindly omit flowers. '.
NANNINI Lieutenant Dante, on January
11. Service, THE FUNERAL CHURCH, !
B'way, GtUh st. iCampbdl Build :is)'.J
\\", dnesday, 3 p, m.
PERRY At Weeterly. R. L. Mrs. Charles
(Clara Foster) Perry, on January 12, ln
her 66th year. Funeral private
SCHEl* Suddenly, on January 17. 1919, at
his resldence, 140 West 69Ui st.. Jacob
William. ion of (he late So
Wllhclmina Sclieu and beloved husband of
Meta Abrig Scheu nnd father of Mrs. Wal?
ter H. Mcllroy. Funeral ?erviceti ai THK
FUNERAL CHURCH (Campbell Building),
Both st. and Broadway, Tuesday, January
14, at 8:30 p. m. Butioio napct. please ,
SCHLE\ - On January 12, at her rewidenee.
4.1 1'ark av., of pneumonia, Evclyn B..
daug. ter of the late Grant B. Schltv. Fu?
neral service in the Church of the Incarna
ti.ui, Madison av. and 35th st., Tuesday.
January 14. at 10:80 a. m. Interment pri
TAINTOR -On Sunday. January 17. at hU
residence. 49 West <;;tth st.. Giles E.
ratntor. ;n his 81st year. Funeral private.
TAYLOR Auguste, wife of John H. Taylor.
nly. Janu.-.ry 11. at her residence, 50
iO av, Rockaway Park, Long Island. Fu?
neral serviees on Tuesday, at 1 p. m. In.
ti rm< nt private.
TAYLOR At her home. 398 Washington av.,
lor.kers, Saturday. Januarv 11. Marv S.
Deane, wife of Albert B. Taylor. Funeral
from above address Wednesday, January
J5- n *? m- Interment Oak Hill Ceme
THOMPSON On Saturday. January 11.
at the residence of he- brother. 553
Nostrand Place. Richmond Hill. Long Isl?
and. M. Rosalie, daughter of John and
l.e-.ii-e rhompson. Funeral Tuesday, at
10:30 a. m., from late roldence: thence to
( hurch of tlio Holy Child Jesus. Auto
VANDER VELDEN -Morris. on . Uurdav.
January 11. beloved husband of Bera and
father of Simr.iic, Mt--. MilHe Cohn and
Mrs. Sippie Kraus. Funeral Tuesday, 10
a- m., from his late residence, 293 West
14,th st. I'lea-e omit flowers.
WHITSON At Ossining, N. V.. Januarv 13.
191 *. John H. Whitson. in the 01st year of
''- age. Funeral service on Wednesday.
Jatiaary 17. at 2:30 o'clock, from his late
residence, 196 Croton av.. Ossinin?. in?
terment Fair Ridge Cemetery. Chappaqua,
?. .. 1 lease omit flowers.
WILCOX- George Seymour, suddenly, on
January tl, i;.,.,, in the 7;M Year of hij
age. Funeral from tor,;, Pelhamdale av.,
I elham Manor. X. Y.. on Tuesday. Janu?
ary 1 I. at [2 1100:1.
WILLIAMS At Tarrytown. N. Y., January
f w 'r' Mar?"ret L?-- widow of Philip
11. Williams. Funeral from the rosid.-n.ee
< h? daughter. Mrs. Charles 1). Millard.
at 51 Grove st ot, Tuesday, the Hth inst..
?>t 1 ..to ,,. ,,1. Interment Woodlawn.
WILLS?On Saturday. Januarv 11, 1<11<1
Emilie R? widow ?f Major Aathony WUU
end beloved mother of LoU?, C. Wills in
her ...th year. Funeral serviees ?t her lat.
?s.dence, 676 Bedford av., Brooklyn. on
luesday evening. January 11. at S o'clock
intern.ent ut convenienee of family .
I92d st.. Saturday. Januarv 11, 19ig pf
pneumonia. Funeral Tuesday - p',n
from Gustavus Adolphus Swedish Lutheran
Church, East 27d st.
THK WOODLAWN CEMETERY
133.31 St By Harlem Train and by Troltey
LtOlR ot small size for sale
"ith e. :7i East 23d St . N v
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT *
-i-,'",",".V-Vk: ?.' "'" "'"ckholdera of the
TRAFFIC MOTOR TRUCK CORPORA
"ON vylll 1,, ?.,? Bt ?.,. om . 3R>.
pany, Xo 77 Wall Street, New V k 1 i?l
on ?he ^th day of January! 1 IM 9?,V 'tVn
two (2) Inepectora of election f0 ^erve ?t
the next annual meetlng, and for th,- trans
eVlV?comVbef r"" r- !;"S:'" 8f "8 m** P'?P
? 1 ij 1 ome before said meetlng
to twelve M remain ?Pen fn"n tt'" A- M
Transfer books will be elosod from Jan
uarj 15th to January 7:.. 1 ;.;;,, in.;u?ive
,-,,,, <;ry WILSON, Secretary.
Dated January, ;i, 1919. *'
TO THK STOCKHOLDERS OF THP
DERF U\\( ! u 1, ,;iN.. COMPAXY
1011 ar.- hereby notifled that the annual
of the StockhoJders ot the Derf
lurlng Company. Inc, wil] l?- held
at the ..lii.,- ,? the Company. Gerken Build
,.,... 90 West Broadway, ...1. Ctaambers Street
New York City. on the 28.h day of Jan
'!.<. at lhe hour of 2 :',?, p ,"? for tha
purpose or electlng a lioard of Dlreotora r!!r
'h? ensuing year. and for th- transaction .,t
be^rT8af_,^teirn_,U8lneSS Wh'Ch *?" ?"**
AN ELECTION OF TWENTJ MAVAOEBq
of ihe New York Instltute for the Ed?i_?
tion of the Blind. and of (lire,, In-ueetnr.
of Election. will be held at the In_tltute!
Mnth ave. and 84th at.. at 4 o'clock I, f.
afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 15 1919
LINZEE BLAGDEN, S.'-a
IX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE
Honorable JOHN 17 COHALAN, h Surro
gate of th- County of New Vork. NOTICE is
hereby given to all persons having <lalms
againsl GALBRAITH WARD, lat,- of the
County <.f New Vork, deceased, to present
the san.,- with vouchers thereof to the bUb
the offlce of his attorneys. EVERHTT
CLARKE & BENEDICT, No. 37 Wall StreeV
Borough of Manhattan. citv of New Vork
on ??: I efore (he 17th day of July next
Dated, New .ork, the 13th day of Janu?
ary. 191 ?
HENRY 1; WARD, Cterutor
EVERETT, CLARKE & BENEDICT, At
torneys for Exe< itors 17 Wal) stre.t,
Manh ittan, New Y.eV City.
MOTT. VAi.KNTl.M7 -IN TUR-UANCE OF
an orler of Honorable John P. Cobalan. a
Bu roga-- of the Count) of New York. not'lea
is hereby given 10 all persons having claims
against Vaientlne Mott, late of ihe t.'ounty of
New Vork. llornugh of Manhattan. deceased,
to present the same. with vouchera thereof. to
tbe subscrlber, at place of transacting Oual
n-ss. at lhe Offlce of Jarnes H Knapp, h?p
attorney, No. 30 East 12nd St.-eet, in th*
City of Xew York. on or before the 15th day
of March next.
Laicl. New Ycrk. the 10th day of Septem?
EMILY I. MOTT. RjcecutrU.
JAMFK It. KNAI'B. Attorney for ExeeutrU,
X0 E. 42nd St.. N Y City
WE Wll.l. SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
n WF.DNK8DAY, JAM IKV THK 15TH.
1919. AT 10:30 A. M.. an.l or, *\-r> auc
VYednesday until all !s sold. com
mi ie Ing ..t ; 0..: 1 A. M ? ach day, at
Cooke'e Auctlon Rooms, 209 211 Eaet 125th
sir. t New Y'ork Cty, household goods
and personal effects for unpaid storage and
other .!:aii-,<.^. stored i-> or :. the nain-s
follow Gc-orgla Richardson, \Y. W
Tellyer, Mr. 17 Alien, Wexler, Clenient Am
Geo. Hims. S. ,'?. S add lloward
White, Mrs. M. Edwinds, Martha Speller,
Mr.s. c. Jones, v. Singleton, .1. a. Lee,
Harry Galllard, Mrs H. C. Robinson, N Y.
Marzipan Co., Mrs. Jackson. i'i-rt .T. Orll
llere, Mr. Small. Kmma Ford. Margarel
Wileon, Beatrlce Hamilton. Mrs. A. W?t
terson, Mrs. M. Phelps, Mrs. Thompaon,
Kate Jargon, Miss Julle Richardson, Mra.
Marie Phlnnle. James Jonea,
Mrs. Kvins, M. J. Ferrer, M. Small. Mr*-. BC
Louis, 11 <1. Hallard, Mrs. Ot_, Arthur
Webb and lloward White.
KOYAI. STORAGE WARFHOCSE8.
159 161 EAST 120T1I ST.. N. Y.
LOST. FOUND ANO REWARDS
LOST -Bankbook No 2CB 576 of Th- Frank
lln Savings Bank, Issued to r.i-.rak Hot>
blns Payment stopped. Please r?urn to
bank, 658 Eighth avenue, New York City.
All persons are cautioned not 10 purchase or
LOST Bankbook No. '.??.'',.l^v of The Frank
lin Savings 17mk. issued to John Vosseler.
Paymenl stopped. Please return to bank.
bfjfc Eighth avenue, New York City All per?
sons are ? autloned not to purchaae or nego
LOST.?Bankbook No. 883.148 of ihe r-^n
tral Savings Bank in th- city ,,f tt*W
Y'ork. Payment wloppe.i. l'lease n turn book
Bankbook No. 129.900 of ihe Excel
alor Savlnga Bank, 79 West 7'3d st. I'ay
munt stoppedL Return to bank.
LOST.?Bankbook No H6.20? of the Excel
sior Savlnga Hank. 79 West 23,1 ?t. Pay?
ment stopped. Return 10 bank.
Lost- Bankbook N... 124.9(6 of tt!
nior Savings Bank. 'v West *3d st. Puy
in. nt stopped Return to bank.
K6TII. 140 W!>T -Kor bachtlon rt-a! home. un
usuall) ??.: furnUbed; nardwiaod fl.jors. rlcctru
)lj!:its. int water, telephoue.
10STH BT., 78 WlKT-lKfsr oulrt tn.tt roomi
gt'iiUinutu: prtfate houk?; $Ui 't'hone 1091
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e.t;,,i; raferttneea. s,,.,.i,d n,.,,r w.jt.
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