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WASHINGTON. Jnn. 14.? The army casualty list made pubiic by
the War Department to-day contains the names of -109 officers and en
iisted men. Of these 93 died of wounds, 3 died of accident and other
causes, L35 died of disease, 1 was wounded, degree undetermined; 176
were wounded severely and l was missing in action.
Tho full list for New Vork City and vicinity, Now Vork state. New
Jersey and Connecticut, and the names of the dead for the other states
follow :
Xew York City and Vicinity
ARMY
Died of Wounds
BAUER, Joseph, ls>j Ninth Avenue, New
York City,
CHRZARIKOWSKI, Wadlaslow, Bayonne,
N. J.
JAMES. Joseph, corp., 221 Wesl Sixty
seconci Street, New Vork City.
KKNN'KY. Joseph, corp.. 313 Lexintiton .
Avenue, Brooklv n,
ROBKRTS, Benny, 168 Essex Stret, Now
' York Cit>
RYAN, Francis 17. sgt, 312 Wcst 121st
Street. New York City.
SAUER, Joseph C, 101 Avenue A, New
York City.
SMOKOSKt, Boleslau K.. Jersey City, N. J.
W VLSHKO. 7.?<".::,. corp., Eliuvbeth. N. J.
KYCII, John. !l McKenny Street, Brook
kj n.
Died of Disease
AKINS, Charlea J.. 461 Wesl Twenly-1
New York City.
BEUTTENM1LLER, George !'.. Elizabeth,
N. .7
GARRE'l 17 ! rank M., Sraten Island. N7 Y.
HOFFMAN, Lewis, D50 West 1 1-ltli Street,
New York City. |
HII.TON. Watson. Plcasantville. N. J.
Ml'l.t.KN. Joseph A., 113 East Sixty-ninth
Stret. New York City.
QUINN, William 17, 120 Tompkins Ave-1
nue, Broi kli :i
REGAN, WiUiam, x Jackson Court, Brook?
lyn.
WESTPHALEN, Krank J., 305 Wesl 17.7,i
Street, New York City.
Wounded Severely
BROWN, /.,,.,, r ,17.. lieut., 1851 S? ?? , tt,
Avei ue, X. w York Cit :.
ROGERS, Alan, lieut., 7.7 Eat,t Eigldj
second Str,-,;. New Vork City.
i;t'l'.\X. Abram R., lieut., Paterson, X .:
ANDERSON, Carl 17.. corp., :? ; I'ourth
Avenue, Brooklyn.
BRENNEN, Valcntyne i-7. Bayonne, N. J.
BIBLE, William, ?.:.;!.. West Chester, N. Y.
ELKIN. [sracl, HuntingUw Station, N. Y.
KRANCIS, Thomas, sgt, L'90 W, .st 1 l'Jth
Street, New Vork Otty.
GOETZ, Albert, '?',???< Shepherd Avenue,
Brooklj n.
GEN 1 lIXi-.K. Erne > I... corp., 150 Bav
Thirty-fourth Street, Brooklyn.
PIAJNKETT. Albert .'.. 1.7-1 Flfctbush
Avi nue, Bro >k lyn.
WEBER, Gottfried. 175 Ea i Seventy-fifth
Street. New York Citv.
YERLICH. Max, c? rp., I 103 Brook Ave?
nue, New York ('i<y.
Wounded (Degrec Un*
determined)
GREENWALD. Murray, :?. fi Washington
Avenue, N< w York City.
Elsewhere
Character of casualties is indicated ;is follows: (K) killed
in action; (\\> wounded; ll) A) died of accident or other causes;
ll) W) die dof. wounds; (I) D) died of disease; (M) missing;
(!') prisoner.
ALABAMA:
HUNTER. Millic. Mobilc (D 0>
SPARKS, Tcrrell, Cullman (U D).
ARKANSAS:
HOLDERFIELD, Tom. Buthersville iDD)
ROBERSON, Fred, McKamie (D D).
CONNECTICUT:
BURKE. Charles K.. New London (W).
CONNERS, Matthew S., Hartford IDD)
EDWARDS. R. N7. New Haven (D I".
KERMANSON, Frank R., Ansonia (W).
JOYCE. Harol.l V.. UnionvUIe (D D).
LIPSHITZ. Hyman, New Haven (W).
MAJEWSKI, Stephen, Meriden (W).
MASAVEGE, Andrew, Waterbury I'W).
MEAD, Theodore 1.., Greenwich (Wl.
SHARPE. Charles 17. Waterbury il) A),
SMITH, Stephen C, Middletown (l) D).
CALIFORNIA:
Raymond, c
ii iiizr ,.!?:).
ill IV).
WILLS. r
(V D).
M \l>KRIOS.
.1
Los Angeles
Venngrove
Lake (D 1>7
Jay. Uppi
PRADER. Joe. l.'lara County il) Dl.
RICHARDS, Sampson, corp., Taft ill Wi.
REBATTARO, \7, San Francisco (DD),
COLORADO:
SMITH. Ebert X... lieut.. Denver (D D).
DISTRICT or COLUMBIA:
SHANLEY, K. M? Washington (D W).
FLORIDA:
BRYAN, John F. Ybor City (P D).
GEORGI a :
I>.v '. ?? Eai I Rome *T) W).
HENSUN. W. J., Egt., Ellijay (I> W).
EtOBERTSON, B. !,.. Carrs Station (DDi.
SPENCER. Henry, Grovi r ill Dl.
THOMPSON. Peyton, Titonia iD A).
ILLINOI! :
BALDWIN, Benjamin 77, lieut., Mendon
(D l .
CORDES, Rudolph, Pekin i!) D).
CAHI' L, John, Wheaton il) W I.
CAB /. LE, W. II.. Bethany 11"> Wi.
n."( if, Wm. C, Cavn an I D In.
HEIDE, Wtn. F., Palatine iU 17.
KERN, 1 rank H., Chicaaio (D Ol.
MARCKX. J. J., corp., Chicago (D W).
NELSON, James I... Chicago (D Oi.
SHOPKOWSKI. Frank, Cicero iD D).
TENZGOLSKY, Alcx.. Georgetown (O D).
WOODWARD, Mareus, Chicago (D W).
IOWA:
ALLEN, Floyd, Scranton (O D),
DANIEL, Clair, Prescott (O Oi.
RESORTS
'?' Jerence In tar"stothe far Soir.ft
resoris and Old Point I'emfort
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA,
HOTEL CHAMBEBLlN
S-. Immlnj Poo GoW, Se.\
f, u<! Culsln*.. V-..-: !?uropeaa
B?th and Trettment. Write
GtO f. ADAMS, M?n?gir
Fcrtrejs Minrot, Va., or
llooUi..--?. and Information a;
Rufrner Hotel liur. ..u. Hotel
Couk s. 245 B'way, 561 Fifth Av-n
?ters. 285 Fifth Ave.; Uaymoncl
Fifth Ave.; Frank Tourlst Co..
4*8 )"?? Ave. "Ask Mr Foster" a: Lord
tT" 7: klyn Eagle Resort Bureau"
I ATLANTIC CITV...
J TTvatvaqed to qU/e I
j comfort atut )\2?iWx. j
J^ tYALT?RJ.B[/ZBri
LAUREL HOUSE
L.\K i:\VOOD, N. J.
The Laurel ouse ls Ju-tiy famous
Lr ii- hotnellke atmosphere, hospl
lalitv nnd eharinlng ooelal life.
Laurel House.Oun< lub.Trap Hhooting.
Complete H.vUro-Therupeutle Baths iri
Itotel. Uooklel und Information ou
requefct. I.-l. tSO Lakewood.
1 \7
Mn
LAUREL iN THE PINES
Overlooklng I.ake Carasaljc
>f Ihe tiinen
-m the midst
LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY
the comfort
' ner a:i
' ? ?n*J entmaln
da y hotel
Daily orchcstral
i . ?
." "? v. ifuhn r, sons Brokers
FRANK Y. SHUTE, Mgr, *
iDEAL WINTER HOME
Hotel Montclair
MOXT< I AIK. V ,J.
HOtrr niiiuiinuv snr
vil I) RKHIDKNTIAI. HOTEL IN
\> VV YORK'S M BITKlls.
"?r:,: vi:ai:
1 RKDKRfl K C. HALL COMPANY.
flBarlboroflfib=Blcnbefm
THI llAOWt ftlSOni KOUtt OF THE WSt'lLO
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
"IHI NATION S HEAUH SHOF"
"??i-t" i? ir-nciKHcy
A Oerrtii.i<lr Chmate and Clean Smets.
N?> Dtttt No Dirt. Innunxerar-lo Out.
MO! I - icMions ?nj Ind -,r hi.ftriatnmfnia
JO*Un ?WTI m >0M ?.
THE KIRKWOOD
ON ( AMDKN HKIOJiTS
SOUTH CAROUNA
Ol'I.S JASVAHY TO MAY
in holk i.oi.j hwixq * i.m.vra
T. KOKVMO Kia'j.iiHou
SKATING
Gedney Farm HoteJ
White Pl?in?, N. Y.
Edward H. Crandall.
Hotel Ciarendon 5p?SE'
?
--
DINHAM, John W., Murray iD D)
KELTER. James C, Ottumwa (D Dl
PUCKETT, Walter 17, Oseeola m D)
ROEDER. K. 17. Gvundy Centre (D W)
ROTTMAN. J.. Will.function .1) D)
RWTLEDGE, <-. E., Des Moines ui D) '
ROSENBAUM. F. W., Colmar (D W)
SYRING. Louis, Tipton 11) jn
WILKINS, C. !?'., Ottumwa (D W>
INDIANA:
MURRAY, Charles 1'. ,1.. Ucul., Uavt nona
BAGGS, James I).. Warrington (D W)
BOAEUE. 1.1.. Forl Wayne (D D) '
17* BCOCK, Charlic ?!., Porti r 11) W i
GARRITY, James J? corp., New Alb'any
11' \\ i.
HUNTER. William R.. Conncrsville il) J)i
HIATT, Ralph, Vicadia ili ln.
IMBLER Loring i-7. Zionsvillc (1) D).
IDAHO: |
CHR1STIANSEN, Nicls, sgt., Malad Citv
; D W ).
DAV1ES. John T., Payctlo (D WL
KENTUCKY:
HOGAN, John !>.. ???! . I incaatlc (D W).
HA!!., Elbert D., corp., Hail (D W).
HAYNES. Lemuel 1-7. sl??;?., Gap (D D)
I.AMII. Ernest A., Fulton (D W)
MULLFNS. Charley, Florrct ili D)
OLIVER, Rollie, Louisvillo (D D).
KANSAS:
BIRCH. Albert /.'.. li'ciit., '.?? vr, ce (D \V >
CARPENTER, Alfred 17. .? ?. :.. 0 wei o
(D IL.
MICHIGAN i
BOURSOW, Garrcl, corp., Grosci p (D \V)
BROWN, Alvin D., Grass Lake ':i !'?
1 RANK, Arthur A.. Detroil ID \V).
JOHNSON, I i-nni. O., Rapid River il> P).
JOHNSTON, H. C, Port Uuron (D D).
M KENNA, Jamc.- V., corp., Marie (I) W).
POPENKOFF, Joe. Detroit (D ID.'
PU/4KA, Matt E., Haneock ili W).
VAUGHN, Albert, Edmore tl) D).
WAGNER, Ray 17, Sturgis tl) D),
ZURAWSKI, 0? Grand Rapids iD W).
MISSOURI:
DAVIDSON, Stcwart, St. Louis <P W).
HUDDLESTON, J. T., cor;.., Linn Creek
tD W).
JONES, Earl R., Unionville (D Wl.
KING. H. A.. sgt, Snyder (D VV).
LESSLEY, May (',,. St. Louis 11) D).
RICHARDSON. Thomas, Orrick .1) Di
WALLER, Clifton, Kansas City ? I) D).
MISSISSIPPI:
FINN, Daniel J., V7 ' ;burg (D D).
GRAY, Wesley, Central Academy iD D)
JONES. C. R.. Wallervillc (D Wi
I AND, Tom, Howard i D D,
TUCKER, Loyal, Edinl urgh (1) D).
MINNESOTA:
JENSEN, Jens rl., Askov iD I),
KOl SHORN, Wm., Red Wing (D Di
LUBRECHT, W. A., Pine City 11) D
MAURSTAD, P. M., Kennedy iu D) '
NELSON, Oscar, South Haven (D U I
PEDERSON, Johnny, Malcolm lii ln
PERI.EY, R. O., Dodge Centre i 1) w'i
MASSACHUSETTS:
(DAl?)?BUS' Ilarold F" '''"'?? T"n"r FaUa
DODWELL, IV. K., Caml >]^-i- ? I) I>,
LEWENBERG, M? Dorch, t. , >ii WL
.7. Dueycros (D D),
Pawncc Citv fD D)
LANDIN, Arthur, Oxford ID D).
TRIANTAFTLAKOS, S., Boston (D D).
MARYLAND:
BANDEL, E. L.. Orangeville (D W).
M'Cl 1NTOCK, A.. corp., Baltimore (D W).
SHAW, Edwin A. Lansdowne (D Wl.
WINDSOR, F, L? corp., Colegate (D W).
MONTANA:
ANDERSON, M. S., Belrnont .'D W).
SUNDBY, Melvin S.. K i p< i l l) D).
-i UCKER, Wm., corp., Galala D W).
NEW VOKK:
CROSS, .1. 1-7. Essea County iO D).
GRUSS, Mfn d VV., BufTalo (W).
HEZMALIIALCH, Arthur, corp.. BufTalo
(I> Wl.
HOVVE, William ,L, Col.i (WL
KOHLMETZ, H. IL, Rochester il) Wl.
NONAMAKER, I'rod 7 . Albany iD WL
R \AK. Arthur, corp., Herklmcr ili Wl
RAYMOND, 11. .1.. corp., Norwich (D W).
Sl 1LL. Clark ().. Wesl Point (D D).
STACV . Lyman <-.. Encona (D Wi.
VALENTINE, John, i! irrison (D Wl
WKTTERAU, Wilh ..!. Fort Plain fW).
WOODRUFF, Kmi ry, Johnstown (VV).
NORTH CAROLINA :
HO.\P. /. i ??.!?(' / ? ul.. ::??' nton (D W).
HEMMINGWAY W. .!.. Dunn tl) D).
M'REA. Henry. Ellerbe (D D).
'.!> VMS, Vlfred, Elon College (D W).
BARE, Cecil, ,;: goner (D Wl.
NEW HAMPSHIRE:
'?f// ?./.' , ? .,, ,-.., n, ,,/., porln toullt
<;> i'. ..
NEW MEXICO:
BEI l.ER, ..;:.
NEBRASKA:
'7 1 l.l ER. M. '7
NEW JERSEY:
SCALLEY, Robert, Ulue Anchor iO D).
SYLESBTJRY, Lester, HohokUH i \V7>.
OHIO;
BAi ?(17. Chai I. - D., P.urghill fD W).
BOINC. Karl \\7. Mn sillon (D Dl.
BROADWE1 l? Karl M., Cleveland (D Dl
Cl HtRr NS, Clarence, Murray Cii >? f> 0 i.
GARDINER, Heral, corp., Deltn (P VV).
L1KI7 Walter E., Barberton (D D).
SEWELL, John, Cincinnati ili A).
VONVILLE. George A., Columbus (D D).
OKI. MIOM \ :
LUMPKIN. .1. P , Sapulpa ' !> W i.
MERREI I.. .1. \-.. ln lawari! (D DL
TURNBOW, 7. A., Bennington (D DL
OREGON:
KEL1 '7 i.>, Porti.-md i D DL
MONTGOMERY, Sidn'ev, Alhanv (1) VV:.
Sl 77V, Chesti r J., Portland I D VV).
PENNSYLVANIA:
KEM1', George ?',., ,;:,:.. East Strotlds
burg ? /< li ).
ANDERSON, H. P., corp., Franklin (D W).
?.: i'l rv, 17.7 rt P? Shan n i I) D)
CRI .7! \.,, Franl; B , con-., Bellefonte
(D W ?.
CARBEV . VV. .'.. Philndrlpliin (D D).
COM PORT, . .. Ni ? Brightoti i l> DL
COV\ IE, Jan ? . gt., Du Uois ID Wl.
GOLDS'J tlN, Robert, Ph ladi Iphia (1) D).
I! VA 1,1 i .. : hiladelphia |D D).
" . !? U . :???: id burg il) DL
K >UIO 17 En d, jr., Taylor ili i: .
LIVLNGSTON, Hiram, New Wilmington
(D Im.
MORGAN, Robert R., corp., Dorranceton
.1) W '.
M'KINNF.V, J. R . gt., Pill iburgli (D WL
M "H HER, 17 1-7. Shoemakersvillo (I) D).
MONDLL1 I. Frank, Philadelphia (D D).
MOf OR WE, (). !<., 7.i!i, rset l H D>.
'!' IRISON. 7 , S ?huvlUill Co. l D VV)
! ERKINS. W. J., Philai elphii fD Dj.
It, I! V., Vlli'tii iwn iD Di.
'.? 'i-: III' .VVER, I . X Mercer (P D)
' VNOV iiil. Steve. SL clton (D Dl
iLMV - 7 11. ,! , Mi hanii I .. .- iD I).
'? '?? . Huliert, T rfneo i I> D)
; 7. Philndi Iphin i D VV i.
? ' ? ? ?, IE ? wp . PotL ilie i li W '.
'? Dl ' 7 . : mts A., Clearficld ? 1) D).
f'i";- I< I VNI):
.; ? ? '??-' W., coi :?.. Providencc
SOl . .' VKOl \ :
BRKITBACH. Joseph I!., Sioux la!!<
i llit-i! i\. (':, -tl age 11) D).
R<>! , con .. Martin I Ii W).
CHER, Ii i; I , Cedar Canyon
LFSSER'I
Ri i i
(D I".
SO!"'! H C VROI 1N.1 :
I. Hi in . Laun ns (D D)
:NRY. Hi .\ ward (,.. Hopkins (i) D).
?' ' ''I-. ? ON. I ??? , Ail .. n iD W)
N NEDY. Wai n n, Sardinia (D Di
L1V1NGS ON, Rob< rt, Ni cses (D D)
TE . -\ S:
: I IN, ".? ': r G., Clarksvillc (D DL
?' I ; : \ ? ', M iunl Pleasant (I) Di.
M'G \S1 '.XH. Pinch j... wi,,,, rs ,ii [i,
I'E > USON, Ernei t, Del Valle (D D)
RCHH ! ER, Amil 17. Burlington (I) D)
S i V !' RS, James I... Houston (D D).
TOMSITT, (,o,.;-, R., Dallas (I) D).
TENNESSEE:
KING, Jimmie, Arrington (D D).
MASON, John, Jackson (D Dj.
UTAH:
WHITE, Charles L., Hooper (D W).
VIRGINIA:
' ' '?' ' ?''"'?'? ''' ? ' ? <or. Richmond (D D)
GRI1 'IN, }'.. \\7. i apevill, (D D)
H, H irold I .. Cobbs Creek (D VV)
?|] f IC ' -., li' nry V.. Buekhorn (I) Dl
JOHNSON, Albert, Mati r (D D)
WGoC (i-., Robert S., X- w Hope 11) D)
VERMONT:
HIL1 ?? Harry K7, Newport (D ln
WISCONSIN:
1 OYER, 1 rai 7, Fifield (D AV;
Kll'f-1?: Ray T- Milwaukee (D D).
." '?? ??-.?'- '''? Zmrr A" Merrillan (I) D).
'"?' H. Jl.b, ('oonr ,;,.,??,. ||) w
RASKIE, Frank, Phillips d) D> '
i:,'-.,'.V,.' ;?? ?:?? '? rp., Portage (D W).
.v,,- nr,? ''? Oregon 11) D).
tu ,',' .-?-.' ???'? ?" Kl"i;i '" W).
. \ ZZZ p?'?n. corp.. Bangor (II W).
i VKESH, John, Bloomi r (D W).
TRAVEI
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
COASTWISE STEAMSHIP LINES
PASSENGER SERVICE "'"
*?Uth' From Pier 25> North River, New Vo k Phole'iiSo HT^
OCEAN S. S. LINE-Mondays and Thursdavs, at voTp f "r
p&n?V59Tstelnti South- From "? ?? ^t?h S.vS: i0.rwsKS;
SOUTHERN PACIFIC S. S. LINE-Wednesdays and Saturdavs ,i ,,r
noon for New Orleans, La., and Pacific Coast. From Pier 4? n '/
River, New York. Phone 4000 Farragut. 48, NorUl
For passenger information and reservations applv to comnmia.' tr
Consolidated i icket Oflices, 6-1 Broadway, at Rector Sts7 ri '" 0r
St., near Broadway; 31 West 52d St near Rr?S ,' '?' ? Chambers
between Broadway and Sixth AvenuV "Th^
J. J. Brown, General Passenger Agent, Coashvise Steamship Lines,
General Offices, Pier 49, North River, New York
A HG m O
NEW YQRK TO LIVERPOOL
Caronia .IHn, 29
Prinses Juliana.Feb. 5
Saxonia .;.Feb. 1 2
Carmania .Feb. 17
Royal George. .Feb. 22
Orduna .Feb. 26
Caronia .Marcb 3
NEW YORK TO GLASGOW
Oriana .Feb. 6
NEW YORK TO LONDON
Pannonia.Feb. \ 8
11-241 STATE 8TBKKT. NEW VoilK.
ftHITE STAR UME
NEW YORK?LIVERPOOL
Lapland . . Jan. 25 I Baltic.. . . . Feb. 1
Adriatic.. .Jan. 30 |
HALIFAX?S0UTHAMPT0N
Olympic.Jan. 23
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<'. Ifir v ann ; VI. >.!'?... tl)i ludlflaj 1*1
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Information on roqueai '?'??? Korh * r*uha
M?il .;. S, 'o.# fovt Wall St., New 1'ork.
Company fOftice
"THE PURLIC BE
'LEASED.
COLONIAL LINE
&A?
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-V Ititll
FROVII)ENCEBR..$2.97
Worc.ter. S3.S2. Provi_._Ce direct. t: i
STATEBOCMS, $1.00 und $2.00
Da::;-, Includlll* Sunday, 5:00 P _i
From pier ia. ic. n. Pbone .703 S?_?ma
Fall River Line
To BOSTON
il. x. l:
M. Mush
'?'ulton St.,
'":;,J''M Lt l'ivr'?-,:- ':-^'^'^^ii':i
EUROPE, JAPAN, CHINA
All Rail Routea Compl.t, arrln8em" nt.
for httaineaa or rocroatlon travel, inoiudio.
Pullman ruaervatlona, rail tlcketa. *? *
THDS. COOK & SON
245 BroitcJway, 0(ii rinii \ ??<?.'. .v. t.
II&.U R_^ Milk ?T.. B'KLYN. AT NOON,
IV, Porto IU"'. ( iirnrao tn,l V<-iiivu?|i
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S.- h. JSull.. Ui'iliimiljy. Jatiunry af. ?t I 1' u"
h. ? piitii ??!?.?.!?>. imi,. :-, ?, , v j?
Mjiarii r 4<c<tuitnod?tloiU lor Phumi'iikk
IiI.ikm. UAIXKT. _ cy? Uenl. M.rs '
'I'IjuUo (1*0 lluiVK'i. 42 Wall 8tr??t?
WEST VIRGINIA:
BUCKLEY, James A., Davis (D D).
I-'LEMING, J. H., Harpers Ferry (D W).
HAUGHT, Thomaa M., Sincerity (D W).
WHITE. Dennis, Whilmer (D D).
WASHINGTON:
JAMES. Elaon, Maryavllle (D D7
Foreign Countries
DENMARK:
OLESEN, Alex F. Asserufyn (D W).
ENGLAND:
BLITCHFORD, Rioliard J., Cornvvall (DDi.
Army Revisions
Xew York City and Vicinity
Returned to Duty, Previoualy Re?
ported Missing
BASKIN, Otlu, 309 Glonmore Avenue,
Brooklyn.
BYRNE, William J., corp,, 410 Seneca '
Avenue, Brooklyn.
BERNOT, Kazimer.z. Jersey City, N. J.
COPECK, Joseph, Passalc, N. J.
F1NDER, Samuel, 13 Varet Street, Brook?
lj n
GRIMES, John J.. 152 West Seventeenth
Sl rcet, New York Citv.
IIUTCHLNSON, Elijah, corp., Bayonne,
HILL1S. Fred .7. Puterson, N. J..
IKV'Y, Louis, 714 Fifth Street, New York
City.
L1BERTO, Giuseppc, ..7," East 100th
Street, New York City.
Ll'CCIIESI, Albert. 307 East Twenty
fourth Street, New York City.
M'GARR, John A? Oyster Bay, N. Y.
M'GOVERN, John .'.., 323 East Sixty-sixth
Street, New York City.
MARCOTRIGIANO, Lcrenao, Long Island
City, N. Y.
MEEHAN, John ?',.. 37 North Oxford
' I .. . Brooklyn.
MILLER, Charles, 1250 Jcfferson Avenue,
7 'oi klvn.
NEISS, Richard A? 3G0 Kiverside Drive,
New York * t:
NIKMANN, Paul, 403 West liilth Street,
7. v y, rk City.
Nol.L. Edward .".. 343 Eiaet ISSth .Street,
Ni w, Yi 7 City
SCHAU3, Arlington, 18-1 Kingslar.d Ave?
nue. Brooklyn.
STORM a, Uberl 17. set., Yonkers, X. Y.
TOl'GIIILL, HuKh. Newark. N. .1.
WARDELL, Charles .".., Long Branch,
.'.. .i.
Wounded, Degree Uiidetermined, Prev
iotisly Reported Missing
DODD, Joseph M? 41 King Street, New
York ( ity.
EGGLESTON, Howard S., Yonkcrs, N. Y.
HENSEL, Phillip, Hoboken, N. .1,
HUTTER, Thomas B., 221 Hail Avenue,
V. .. klyn.
KEELEY, J. M? West New Y"r!:. N. .1.
LIPSETT, William 1... 1138 Forty-ninih
Stn ? f. Brooklyn.
MALONEY, John J., 1103 Grand Con
course, N. Y.
MONAGHAN, James E.. Corona. N. Y.
SHAPERO. Samuel, 80 East ll'th Street.
New York City.
SILVER: TEIN, Hyman, '.'lit; Verse Ave?
nue. Brooklyn.
STAWKOWSKI, Stephen, 775 North Sixth
Sl reet, Brooklj n.
TOLMAN, Rudolph, 1528 Hoa Avenuo,
N ?-.- York City.
VERONE3E, James, 230 Frost Street,
Brooklj ii.
Killed in Action, Prcviously Reported
Missing
7.'..- 77. John, 41)2 Seventh Avenue, New
1-ork ( ity.
: RE'EMAN, Charles N., 528 Ea3t Eighty
7".: th Street, New York City.
GUNTHER, Charles, i'.'i.i Put.iam Ave?
nue, Brooklyn.
IlONIG, Jacob, 313 East Foiuth Stret,
New York City.
HARRIS, Charles, corp.. 1:122 Sterling
Place, Brooklyn.
SHAW. Walter A.. Mineola. N. Y.
WARREN, John E.,'601 West 172*1 .S'.reet,
N-w York City.
Dead, Prcviously Reported Missing
CATANTO, Angelo, Newark, N. J.
MAIII'R, Edward 17, 138 East Tvvcntv
cip.htn Street, N. v. York City.
RUSY, Joseph, corp., Islip, N. Y.
SCHWARTZBAUM, Elvin J., 29 Ea?f.'
124th Street. New York City.
Wounded Slightly, Previously Reported
Missing
DALBA, Salvatore, corp., ?! I Bedford
"Sti ". 7 New York City.
MAGGIOLA, Joseph, corp., 1304 Clay Ave?
nue. New York City.
SEYMOUR, Walter C. corp., 17 MeDou
gall Street, Brooklyn.
Wounded Slightly. Prcviouslv Reported
Killed
FLEURY. Fred, Woodhaven, N. Y.
Wounded Severely, Previously Reported
Died of Disease
SCAGLIOLA, Primo, Long Island City.
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
Died of Accident
YOCKTRS, Harold J., corp., 808 Home
Stn et, New York City.
Died of Wounds. Previously Reported
Missing
WAHLSTEDT, Han. Id. 430 East 138th
Street. New York Citj-.
Wounded Severely, Previously Reported
Missing
AMELLO, Vito, Bayonne, N. J.
Sick in Hospital, Previously Reported
Missing
SCHWARTZ, Villiam E., 520 East Eighty.
fir t Street. New York City.
CONNECTICUT:
DUNN, John 17, corp., Waterbury (D W I
pr ?. lously reported M |.
HAISBON, Adolph, Bridgeport (returned
to duty, previously reported M i.
KELLAY, E.iwin .!., corp., Darien (K,
previously reported M i.
MSICH, Traffin, Waterbury (W, previous
lj re lorteil M ..
MARAULIS, Matthew, Waterbury (re?
turn d t.. duty, previously reported Ml
NOVAK, John 17. Bridgeport (returned to
tiuty, ireviously reported Mi.
.STEELE, John II.. New Britain (W pre?
viously reported M). ' v
NEW YORK:
CONNORS. William M., Buffalo (W, prc
viously reported M).
77 LONG, Mayo Y? Lexington (W, prcvi
OU! v reported M).
DOLL, Raymond, Utica (returned to duty
previous ly r. ported M).
FLAOG, Roberl S., Fort Edward (W,
1 reviously reported M).
FERNANDEZ. Joe M., Lafayette (W
previously reported Mi.
GREEN, Norman, Jamestown (W), previ?
ously reported Mi.
JONES, Harold C, Ballston Spa (W
previously reported M).
KRIGER, Albert W., Attica (W. previ
ou n ported M).
LEONHART, Charles ('., Rochester (K
previously reported M).
LA ROCHE, Joseph A., Crystal (W, previ-.
o . ly reported M i.
MERO, Raymond W., corp. (K, previously
ri ported M 7
M'INTYRE, Frank, Lockport (returned to
duty, previi u. ly reported M i.
OWENS, Wilkie. Liberty (returned to
duty, previously reported M),
SWITALSKI, Ignatz, Bulfalo (W, previ-:
ou ly n portad Mi.
SPRAGUE, John I,., Meredith (W, previ
ousiy reported Ml.
:?'' 1IMI1T, Dominic T.', Rochester (dead,
pre\ ii uslj !?? ported M).
TARANTINO, Giacomo, Rome (returned
to duty, previously reported M).
NEW JERSEY:
DAVIS, George, Camdcn (returned to j
ili'y, previously reported K).
DECRETI, Antonio, Princeton (W, previ-'
ously reported Mi.
LONG, Paul W? Bridgeton (W, prcviously
reported M i.
M'CONNELL, John I... Stanhope (re-!
turned to duty, previously reported Ml.
ROSSO, Antonio, Camden (returned to ;
duty, previoualy reported Mi.
,-?
Cotton Spinniug Active
Rut December Consumption of
Staple Was Smaller
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.?The num?
ber of American cotton spindles active
in December was 33.052,612, an increase
of more than 500,000 compared with
November nnd of about 12,000 com?
pared with December, 1017. Nevcrthe
less, the consumption of cotton in
December, according to the Census
Uurcau, was only 472,941 running bales
aml 10,2X4 bales of linters, against
510,408 running bales nnd 75,449 bales
of linters in the corresjfonding month
n vear befoi <?.
Cotton on hand December 31 in con
suming establishments was 1,751,532
'bales of lmt and 250,105 of linters,
compared with 1,576,626 bales of lint
and 111,447 of linters a year ago; aiul
in pubiic storage and itt compresses
4,868,907 bales of lint and 139,526 of
linters, compared with 3,810,(581 of
lint arid 142,488 of linters a vear ago.
Cotton Bpindlea active during Decem?
ber numbered 33,652,612, compared
with 83,044,690, a year ago.
Imports in December were 18,748
bales. compared with 14,579 in Decem?
ber, 1917, and exports 588,487 bales \
compared with 477,031 in 1917. Ex?
ports Included 1,996 balen of linters, i
(ompared with 6,326 bales in December' i
1017. '
Three Y. M. C. A.
Men Accused of
$38,940 Theft
Texas Pastor, Rochester and
New York City Members
i of Overseas Forces Are
Under Arrest i:i Paris
PARIS, .lan. 14. It became known
to-day that three Young Men's Chris?
tian Association worker-; are under ar?
rest in Paris charged with defalcation
of funds of the association.
The men nre George Schoeffel, former
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce,
of Rochester, X. V.; the Rev. R. At
kins, of Eagle Pass, ,"<?.., and
Man.field, said to have been a former
secretary of r.he Sailors' Unio i of Xew
Vork Citv.
The total amount alleged to have
been misapproi riated approximates
S38.940, most of which has been rn
covered. In connection with the al
leged defalcation E. ('. Carter, secre?
tary of thc American Expeditionary
Force of the V. M. C. A., to-day made
tho following statement:
$38,f40 Misapproprialeii
"During the six months <t,i!> ,i Octi
ber 1 the V. M. C. A. canteen business
approximated $16,00 1,000. Th - Ameri?
can expeditionary force remittance
business aggregated $14,900,000 fo:- the
year 1918. The American V. Ai. <'. A.
in France has found in the course of
its investigations up to th" prcsent
misappropriations to thc amount of
?38.f40.
"Along with the excellent record of
seventy-eight workers cited l>-.- the
United States nnd French miitaryau
thorities, thirty workers have been
killed or have died in thc service. Cut
of a total staff of more than 0,000
workers lo dato, three have been
charged with defalcation.
"Reported irrey-ulais' ? Toul led
Jthe le7'al department of lhe V. 'J. C. A.
to make an investigation. with the re?
sult that when one man '.vas arrested
he made a confession and iitlmi '. .ni hav?
ing in his possession Y. M. ('. A.
money. part of which wa; ::: a trunk
he had stored in Paris. Sorne of this
money had been invested in French
bonds, and some had been secreted per
sonally.
One Secrcted $17,400
"Another worker a; Brest confersed
taking sma'l sunis regul-.trly. 'lhe third
and most flagrant ca e was thal of a
worKer iccused ,'>' appropriating 87,000
francs ($17,-101 I. !' is ihargod th..'. i'i
sccreted and placed it in various pack
ages which were deposited with the
American F.xpress Company.
"Fortunately, lhe greater parl of all
the mon ly sl olen hn ?; been recovi red,
Thc Y. M. C. A. ha s a: ked the army
to prosocute the.-e c ise to : hc limit
and to impose the full penalty on . \
workers proving recrea >t to tlio trust
of tlie American people."
The military court-martial will begin
during the present. week.
Thirteeii Americans
Die in Prison Curnps
Four New York State Soldiers
Among Victims Reported
lo War Department
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. The name,
of one officer, Captain George C. Eree
land, of Westville, Conn., and twelve
enlisted men, reported to have died in
German prison camps, were announced
to-day by the War Department. Four
of the latter were from Xew York.
They were:
Privates John II. KohJ, VVoodhaven, Long
Island; John D. Sears, S wait wood : Byron E.
Belknap, Lockport, and Frank Cortes, 115
Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn.
Americans reported in German prison
camps included:
At Camp Cassel Private Benjamin S.
Phillips, 1.11 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn.
Beported wounded, Camp Soltau Ser?
geant George .J. Parker, -17 Reeve Place,
Brooklyn.
Beported in good health, Amersfor' Camp
Hospital Sergeant Bobert J. Knecht "17
Bidgewood Avonue, Brooklyn.
At camp unknown Lieutenant Siilney P I
I'hompson, Ithaoa.
INSTRUCTION
New l'ork -Manhuttnn
' SCHOOL ?*g*_
lie
Mod. l'?i
Also West Point in.,1 Aminpolis.
tfakes a study of tlu individual student.
BERLtTZ SCHOOL
TERMS MAT BE BKO_N,8ATU,_^,0?lN8l_?ri
AIRI'IA\_ MEC11AN1.S.?liistructlon da? or
eieKlng; qualifjrine for GoTemcicm nr fm-to.-i
wot.. 8fn<l r..r booklet aini piv-a. West SiUa _ _s
t- A.. .17 West 1,'th et. Col. 7920.
BUSINESS SCHOOLS
"><
COMMERCIAL
SCHOOL
Jnrilririual advancement. rntr-r any time.
Lexington Ave. & li.'th St.
S\\ IlI.MlMi
DALTON SWIMMING SCHOOL
' 'all or v rltn f ?;? Rool let C
10 AV. 14th st. and 308 \\ . 59Ui St.
IMNL'LN'G
_ i
'?C RUSSIAN
^_JI SCHOOL
PMSOXMl.V TAT'OITT nY?MR>'c.IC_?W
nt Li-1 1V1M' "ti. st..' N. V. '
Al'TOMOBILi: SCHOOL
STEWARI 20 RE?.S0NS 20
AUTO SCHOOL. Nlvjr n;^r system .?: a.tr-mobUe Li. '
625 W. 57th Sl r,,nlci!on' f"r "Im' "?' Komen. ti
at Broadway ; ' '"'st, '" .; Y v,'r"? i-'-^r
BUSINESS CARDS
DESKS AND OFFICE PUKNIXCRJJ
TOP!
ROL DESKS
Office Furniture n
ln great varlvty 1^'???.&'r'*'1"'
o? slyle ancl price j&iJM$M Zi*? tt
.".' rMZ
111 FULTON ST. J l)
New York. U
CAKl'E. CLKANINO
CAitrn-T, cahpet ct.KA.viNO roMiMVY
Clsaita to (nuiiiri-siud mr. sv _r.i, nanrl or ??
Eoor. 410 Eaat 4Mt> st. i:oB k uHa.SUT T?l?
plion. l._ Murray llill.
IG.SELLEwF
DIA-VONUS
DIAMONns and Jownlry lioupl.t for ??.nh: ?sta-*
appralieU: purchaac- BKXNT5TT, 174 J}'?: '?_?.
?talni "
TYl'KWHITEH.S
TYPEWRITERS RENTED
Kon-rlslble, :i mmiiiii. Jii Vlalble. 2 montlis, $7.30 us
Initial payment app.lii :t purchased
AMEtllCAN WRITINd MA'lllM. CO IV
3nii Broadway, at Worth s. j t,.i sios
I'O 17 28d Bi., o'.,p MadUoil Ar i, Franal!..
i v v ? \v R i i v. y. H i: i: n i i: H
Non-vialbl.M. i M ,i l.-, jc qq
^'laiDii-M, :i M ntI ,0 K- i ?>
THB TVlM.M,VrUTi:i: KXCHANTJB
V0 H?rrl;iv St Tol, Harclnv ?ll?.
AUCTION SALES
LOCOMORILK, 1017 'lurniM; ri l.l. KQUJP
rZZ o1_S!lcm .Ut,on' A K- Box ?.?
_La s s i f j
HELP WANTED MALE_
BOY lo run errands ai I do er-.era! work; $9 to
",' ? i -.. I adi in ii i ? L. A. S. Fealher Co..
? Wi ?: ?!??,;', st.
"Il> '' nn ??!--;:;,: anc] make himself generally
,.''",''' : chance for advancement; Cliristiau.
? ' ' ii lc? Company, 24 East : i st,
BRIGHT boy, grarnmar ichool graduate, to learn
lnf aisuraneo business; mun, live with parents;
I rapid aUvaneeaient; apply ln own haudwrilhie;.
'? ' l'oi 290, Tribune Offlee.
UARMENT djer.- Head *Ler lo manage depart
uitr.t; cxi-cMiiiv Kliilev isscatlui; goud salary.
?7 Box 201 . Trlbui ? Office
bAL1 SM.v: ii ; - you |,ad aa i pp. rtunlty io
Prove to yourself, laniilj and rriends that y*JU
good in an organiratlon where the
" ' ? "?". 'v,.'v wt.ek rreru $70 I $ <?'? Have
.'? " ?' " ?? ag ? io do It? If yuu i m uualify as l i
??' ' ? '' tell ll ?? trul i i a i-oi vh ciug
I'OSITIVELY gtv, vou lia
" ? us ???:;- a. iico ili siral . but . il al jo
l.'all ..i :. OS. ' - il i 'iii
'"'r' o !? ?? ding. En , ,..;..,. afti: 10 ... oi.
? AI.I.:? Al..n . tvantiHl Eome young fellows with
?'? ? a uainl ii ? . ,"'.:.':', Boal
riiis well-advertised ortiolc i a
' .? proyen su -cess, .:? tctl entl .;.:?
N'ot aa eas> 1 louej propo
- lon uut ,1 good business oppi rtu itv; eommls
'.",, ;?s'? Call liarelaj 31i0, lrv,u Maatcrg,
I'ark Row,
'V;^'J'!'7 |?il?lit boy In lan ofli, A,,' by
' ' ' :- 1-0, SO lir. idway, stating age,
1 ? .1: .1 sala . xpeeti cl.
' ' ' 'lu fl on w: ii w,.,, e mal;p
iheii life .
? ' 'if '.. e 11 ? ?? igreea! le ol
commercial .,...: |, is , , ,. ? ,, .
ml t! ,??'... nai .1; ? ossful iv iie.
?' ''"l ln llic work aud put tholr entire
I : ' mul eiiei .:. ,. rv.-ry ;.ari of :?. Thet ,irf
' ?gs willi un for boys of ll..- right
enarueler, young enough to begin at tl:.; bottom,
'?;'?" "ave real fonrineas f r ni rl;, ai tl who reallM
lhal uie i?., ol the ladder cannot be reached In
'l'"i?'?' nl tho : ,7 : : . . . : ;i ?? pubilslioTi
nru ihose who began as boys nud wero advanced
a ep i.y step to Un li im ... ut positions.
iTTXAMS, 2 VV. 4.7 N. V.
" illii K Iu persr, rl; for 77. g Pulliam and
a'!''> "I ?> !'? M any day but Saturday.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
COOK and OENEHAL HOUPEWORKER. Sma.ll
111111.1; referenco required; $lu to $45 month.
hhui 1: . Wesl Ead ave
'. INIkai, tioi SEWORKER.- Two ln family. Call.
1 .". , i.i'.,i ig;ii, st. Siinpson street
bel .,?
GIRLS GIRLS
to work .mi rouge machines and fill i'touk
'" laboratoiy; i.leasant isurroundings; pei
posli ions.
HARRIET HUBBARD Al'ER,
^_ 323 1-7 34th St.
<,li:l.s ...steady eniploymcnt; clean work and good
wages. Ueorgo 17 Uutzler. Us itodney, Brooklyn.
GIRLS, over Ki, to learn light biudery work; $11 to
tart. I'nlni ,. 41 John st.
ERRAND (11111.. Hiigljt young girl t'i do errands
and make hcrsclf useful in dressrnaktng esiab
lisKIneut. Call ln East DOth st.
HERE IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY!
WELL.PAID,
PERMANENT
EMPLOYMENT
ln Tha
TELEPHONE SERVICE.
$9.00 and Stn.00 whilc lcarning, dur
? - fln 1 four weeks.
Harnlngs -vlthln next few weeks
average $11.00 to Sl'?.50 a woek.
bci irdlng to tours of duty asslgned.
Earnings by end of flrst vear aver
ape $14.00 to $17.50 a week, accord?
ing to tours ot duty asslgned.
Further salary Increases bring aver
;..;;?? earnings for experienced upera
tors up t<) as high as $19.00 to $21750
1* week, according to tours uf duty
asKigiR'd.
.Many advanced and moro highly
paid positions open tn thuso who aro
ambitious.
*vo experience neceasary.
Ago 16 to 23 years.
EMFLOTEES ARE ESPECIALLT
WELL CARED FOR
HomellJce quarters"
Luncliaons served a'. cost,
Vacatlona with pay.
Anniversary payments, sicSt
bi ri'-ilts an.l penslons.
7 fo x hour working day
CONVENIENT APPLICATION OST
F1CES OPEN
Appiy weekdaya. day or evenlnc
during hours shown.
Manhattan:
68 Vv>8t Houstou St..
9 a. m. to 5 p. va.
1454 Broadway (at 42d St.).
12 m. to 9 p. ra.
23 East 21th St. (at Madison Ave.),
12 ra. to ti p. m.
Bronx:
433 Uast Tvemon: Ave..
1 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Brooklyn:
si Wllloughty &t.. . .9 a. m. to 6 p. ro.
1U30 Uatea Ave. cn'. Broadway).
U' m to 1p.m.
5110 Fifth Ave. (near 51st St.),
I:! rn. to 8 p. m.
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE COMP4NY
INTELTJCJENT, reCncl married woman r.r widow; 1
..! position If satisfactory: references re-I
'.' red, Apply, 9 to 10 a, m . Abdominal Hup- ,
1 orti ?: Com] .11 v. 22 \Yist 40tb st.
MRS MASON'S A'lKVi'Y. 131 VV. 4'.'d (Bryar.t
Cooks, chambermalds, wattrcsses, nunies. ;
houseworkors. eouples. I
WANTJTD.?A household asslstaot: eight hourt
daily; cooking aud cleaning; slx-ri.ora apart- ',
1. nt; family, thtcc adults; $'.' a week; liour.s ar- ;
ranged falljfactnrtly; roferences required. Tele-i
Ph no Rlilnolandor 718 or write Apartment SD, S29
I'aik ..v .. ? r appoin mi nt
IIIGtl CI/ASS w.an speclalty store will teach and
*(lvo permanent employment io a young Kirl 0!
ability w1... ls anxlous ln learii undergarment and
Idndred llncs. II., Iiox 100, Tribune Ofrlce.
WOMAN'S SPY.riALTY STORE offers position I
thoroughly competent nnd eapable corset woman .
of experience: pieasu stale salary, experience, c:v.
Iv., Box 200, Trlbuno Ofilce.
WAITRESS ::..'? i mo. Rcpettl, 50 Broadway. ;
.. lard Vrcii -
'' ' I ;'. Kpcclaiiy house wants young woman ln I
infauts' a: d - .. -,., ir th : artmei 1 who is thor- I
oughlj familiar with these lines; permanent po.^1-j
tion. 17 Uox 150, Tribune Office,
SITUATIONS WANTE!) FEMALE |
WOIlKIXti housekeeper for gentleman's homo; ex- '.
? . 10k and manager; splendid personal ref- |
rrri .. city r eouiiliy. .Vli , si:.uiK!iiVL'3>v's '
.'.. ? . - -i 7, ave. 1
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED I
MALE
7 ; ; ! R I ful :, ..-nl oian; young; North of
Ireland "? besl references; $;0; city or J
Agency, 20 E. 42d i>t. Mur- '
ray i.. 1 07Y4.
Col.*>Itri) butler; very eapable; good appearlng; !
!y? ','."'.'!''.!; exi-elleni references. ML-ij '
7 ?? Ag 30 E. 42d st, Murray Hill 6774. !
ti>'!C-VALi ' \ eapable. efficient; FlUpino:
?: 7 bis dui .? ?: cxccptlonally
? ?. i.ded: 1 ichclor preferred; $30. Ma.
Agen . 131 VV 42d st.
Ct'l'PLK with small Blrl.?Eutler. excellent i-ook !
i.l manager; live ytars laat place; $100; clly cr '
... -, Ml Snc.i's Agency; ou E. 42d il. Mur
1 .v I1UI 0V74.
Col 71.k Englisl; I'rotestant; chauffeur, useful;'
ouseworker; $i-J; bv;i,t references, Misa '
- . , Agency, 30 E, l.'d st. Murray Hill 6774.
l-Alt-MEB-G VIUIENER?Caretakcr. married; cot?
tage; wlto useful; $7:.; fint-class rofffrenoea '
Ml Bhea's Agency. 30 K. 47,1 ut. Murray Hill :
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
A.?A.?COUPLE, English; butler nnd parlormald 1
ur cluunbenuald; .-Hy or souutry; $100-$12" it '
>ll-^ llofmayer's Agencr, 10 Km i:;a sl . thlrri
llour. Telephone 8D47 Murru.v ItlU.
CHA.VtUER.MAIO.?Waitress; young 1 r ts 11 Protca
taiil: 111 suburban town; giM.d references L
MLs Horinayer's Agcnej, 10 East 43d st..' thlru1 !
tlu.ir. Telephonu 89fl Murrny Hld. !
( !i.*Mi.EIiMAll> Asslst wallrea.; t.li, ,:...: , ,.
iouiu Ir li girl; loug aud saiUfaotorj .-liy it- ;
'?' ? "" A? ?,,. 1,1 w 4-,| ht .
i'0<il7--N,,,t. ,1,... mule, v,.;y ,.ri,.?,M. ,,,,?,,?,. ,
f.. 7 7,V " : .' ' \:' ''':'.''-'' ?FS?:nwn- .uy
42d st. Iii>.
Aai'i.o. 131 \V.
LOOK (SwlM), neat, thoroughly competent cax?.
mi coimclontltiua; apartmont; Eiat Hldo pm
rorrod; ox.Mllonl references: $17 Mason's Agency.
1 -1 W. U'd .it. lliyant 5033.
ed A
j DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
i COOK.?-Xeet, tboroughiy capable, carefu], oon
scicnttous: city cr Tarrvtown. Irrington; axcel
? .?} rv<err"s-ri,.- fr,n. Mrs. Ma.-on* Agency. 131 \V.
; 42(1 st. Ur.vant 5633
COOK.?Capable young lirsli woman:
inanaucr; $50: ciiy nr country; flm- refi
Miss Sliea's Agency, 70 17 i:a st. Murray UIU
COOK auil ivaitreas: friends: rery neat, tlicrougb'y
capable: young pair; exccllent refereuces
mem prefcrre.; $50-440. Masou's Asency-., 131 w
42d st.
COOK.- By day nr week: wry neat. exceptlonally
comiietent. Swedish woman; highly recnminendcd
's Agency. 131 \V. 42d st Bryi
' DAY'S worker.- Laundrcas and eleanor: neat. thor
; oughly experienced, icsopnslble woman; liighlv
i recomuiended. Masou's Agency, 131 W.
i I.ryani .
< WAITRESS.?Paflor maid; tall, neat, nlce nppear
mg: thoroufbly experienced; excellenl refereuces;
I rtty milyj $45. Mrs. Masou's Agency, 131 \V7 -1JU
| .:. Bryant 5G33.
| WA1TRKSS or I'ARr.OUMAlt) Exrellenl long ref
? ri ccs i i". famllj . $4fi $50. l: Vllss Hoi
mayer's At 'iicy, 10 K isl 43d .-;.. Iliird Qoi r. Tt
i>91T Murraj Hill.
: SISTERS -Cook. $30; waitrcss. ?40: chamberraald
i laundross, $40: three neat, young. "
siral .? gii la: cx sjllent refi reiices Mason s \
171 V\7 l.'.l a
I HIKXOM , ,li jr : waltn s? i h imi.m ! $40
'?' tnilre ...ni; ol apartment: young, capable:
ommi n led Miss Sb< a's Agen .. . Q I. I.d
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Butler, ivaitri ?. i liamb
separate; guperlor young
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BIRTHS
TULC1N Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry !'. Tulein.
(nee Minnie Frank) at 1461 10th st., Bor?
ough Park, announce the birth of a son.
January 13, Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn.
MARRIAGES
BAEKELAND MIDDLEBROOK Cornelia. !
daughter of Mrs. Ernnia Middlebrook, to
George W. Baekeland, at the Wyi
Seventh av. and 55th st.. at 7 o
Wednesday, January 15. 1919. .
ROBERTSON?-VAN RIPER On Sunday,
November 7'!, 1918, at the Universitj I'hi
Presbyterian Church, New York City, b>
the Rcv. George Alexander, Gladys Van
Riper to Thornton K. Robertson, both of
Jersey City, X. J.
DEATHS
i._
I AGAR Miriam, beloved mother < f Jane
| Block, Maurice Agar and Samui I Agar
Funeral private. It is earnestly requested
that no flowers be sent.
JANDREWS- On January II, Minnie !
Andrews, beloved wife of James De Witt
Andrews, mother i f yirs. Freder I
Minkler aml Lieutenar.f Colonel Barvett
Andrews and sister of Miss Matti ? W.
rett Funerai serviees at St. Nicholas \ve
i uc> Presbyterian Church, 141st st. nnd St.
Nicholas av., on Thursday, at 1 1 a. m.
Chicago papers please copy.
; BARRERA Octavio H. Lying in state at
'?THK FUNERAL CHURCH." Broadwav,
66th and o7th sts. (Frank E. Camj
i BEATTIE?Rob?rt. jr., husband of Elizabeth
Beattie (nee Dawson), at .Montclair, N. J..
on .Sunday, January 12. Funeral al the
residence of his mother. Ruth W. Beattie
Little Falls, N. .!., on Wednesday. January
15, at 1 p. m. Train leaves Erie Railroa I,
Jersey City, at. 11:30 a. m.
BOGART-" Suddenly on January 13,
his residence, 63 Hamilton Terrace, Charles
r W., beloved husband of Anna M. Bogart.
Serviees on Wednesday, January
Washington Heights Baptist Church, I 15th
st. and Convent av., at 7 p. m. Inter?
ment private
CALLAHAN Edna C? only daughter of
Mary Callahan, Januarv 13, 1919 Funeral
from her late residence, 1084 Amsterdam
av,. on Wednesday morning. Requiem mass
at the Church of the Ascension, West. 107th
st., at 9 a. m. Interment Calvary.
COFFIN?On Tuesday. Januarv 11, 1919
LnMly Frances, beloved wife of Joel s".
C'olfin, jr., of Montreal. Can., and mother
of Frances Harriet Coft'in, at the home of
Mr. Coffin's father, Joel S. Coffin sr
Englewood, N. .1. Mrs. Coffin was'Miss
Emily Frances Baxtrr, born in Pvovi
li. L, of a New England family of South
Dennis, Cape Cod, Mass. Funer
v ite.
COLLINS- Ruth Electn. beloved daughter o!
Clarkson A. and Letta I. Collins, January
11, at the New York Hospital. Funeral I
serviees private.
DEXTER?Celia E. Comstock, very peace
fully, on January 14, after a long illness
nt the residence of her daughter, Mrs \\
M. Grosvenor, 125 West 58th st. Service
private. Interment at the eonvenience ei
the family in Salisbury, Conn. Detroit
papers please copy.
1>U BOIS?On Tuesday. January I!, 1919
at his late residence, 667 Madison av, Wil
ham A. Du Bois, son of the late Dr. Abram
and Catherine Brinckerhoff Du Bois in
the 80th year of his age. Funeral private
It is kindly requeeted that no flowers be
sent.
ENGEMAN- On Sunday, Januarv l ' Mary
Engeman. at her residence, 419 Tompkins
tiv? Brooklyn. Funeral Wednesday at
10:30 o'clock, Church of Our Lady of Vic-'
tory, Throop av. and McDonough st.
i'lease omit flowers.
GOLDBtATT-David aged 66, on Monday J
January 13 beloved husband of Antoinette
beloved father oi Daniel, Samuel, Ca ol r. '
Klein. Lstelle, Grace, I.illian and Louis"
Funeral from hi-. late residence 219 W .
loSth st., un Wednesday, January 15, at
10 a, m.
GRANDIN- Lucy Walker Grandin, widow or
lhe late Harry M. Grandin, of Chicago on
January 13, in New York City Inter?
ment private. Oakland (Cai.) and Chicago
(111.) papers please copy.
IIAZEN?Entered into rest on Tuesday, Jan- I
the late Emraa C. Ostrom. Funeral private
from the home of his son-in-law William
Seaman Scott, 34 Curtiss Place, M'aplewoo.!
HELLER, -Gisela Knee Gichner), beloved :
?vife oi the late Herbert Heller. on Sun- '
day evening, January 17, 1919 Funeral !
w.11 take place ac Baltimore Vld 1UIU'^
HERRING-Edwin F" of Grand-View-on
Hudson, husband of Louise Blanchard, on
January 13, 1919. Serviees at G8 Edee
combe av New York City. Wednesday, .
January J.,. i ::;,, a. n;. Philadelphia I
Baitimure and Passaic (N. J.) papers
please copy.
H?9D.0n Monday. 13th inst., of pneun.o- ''?
ma, at her residence. 3089 Broadway.
Ehtabeth R., beloved wife of John I
Hood. Interment New Albany, Ind.
HULL--January 14, 1H19. at his residence
7'o6 West 57th st.. Shellcy Vaughn Hull'
husband of Josephine Sherwood Hull froni
pneumonia. following influenza. Func.1
serviees Thursday, at 17' o'clock noon in
.St. George's Chapel. Stuyvesant Square'
HUMPHREYS- Dr. Frederic II. Rt hia rei
cence, Monistown. N. J., on Tucday, the
1?,?!J l-^.rul serviees will be private
and held at the eonvenience of the family
Please omit flowers.
KNIGHT--On Sunday, Januarv 12 ?t hm i
residence, Freehold. N. J? llarrieUe Brown
Morford. widow ot Charles Knight, of New ?
\oi-k, in the .oth year of her _ire 1 ,
neral private.
MASON John. on January 17th. S-rviees
"THE FUNERAL CHURCH," BtSdrwS*
66th st. (Frank K. Campbell's?. Wednes
MENDELSON?On January rl aHer a
brief illneso. at Manila. P. I . M,,,,,, M' ,
beloved son of I.aac nnd Veronicn MendeL ;
son and brother of Sidney, Letter Perc* i
and Charlw Mendelson. Detroit' paper*
pleuae copy.
MILLER. E. C, JR. Ou Januarv l| ??
196 Argyle Road, Flatbu h, Brooklyn '?on
oi Edward C. and Laura Ii. Miller. Fun?
eral serviees on Thm.day. January in ,t
10:30 a. m? jit his late reeidenee. ']96
Argyle Houd. Take Brighton Beach line
to Beverly Roml station. Omit flower.
New Haven, Conn., and Mobile, Ala , db
pcra pleiii.i- copy.
e rtising
DEATHS
MORGAN At ber residence. 1 st Nicnai
Terrace, on January 17 Ali,-e E ii ? ,
shall. beloved wife of James Morgan k
nerul services at SL Paul's M. F Ch,J?'
SCth st and West End av.. 'i iiur.day^t %
o'clock. l ?
MORGAN At Presbyterian llospitul Jan
ary 13. 7.7:7 of pneumonia, Dorothy hU"
loved aister of Mrs. Frederick C Hiii.'. J
Mrs. Charles 17 Richards. PunendifiJ
at Grace Chapel. lll East Hth st ?'
Wednesday al 2:36 ... m. lnterpient ,.
convenience of family, Westerly, R. j '
MURTHA On Monday, January 13 '<,?
Catherine, wife of Charles 17 Murtha Vv
neral from her home, 157 South 9th ?t
Brooklyn, on rhursday, January 1? ?;
a. m.: thence >..> the Church of'tk
Tr?n Marcy av. and Hooper "t
Auton obile cortege. Kindly omit fWer? .'
NANN1N1 Lieutenant Dante, on Janu.?
11. Services THE Fl NERAL CHURCr7
B'way. 66th st (.Campbell Huikliar"
Wednesday, .: n. m. ~**i>
PHIPP8 On Januarj 14, at Hotel ManW
<"? ' ' " late Gardtier
and i: becca Phipps, of Cincinnati, Ohio
RAPHAEL U her home, 540 We?t Uiu,
st. on January 13. Sarah, daughter of
Samuel M. and * arrii- S. Funerai privat.'
Kindly omit fl ivv* rs. .
ROCHESTER On Tuesday, January Hth K
7 7 California st., Washington, I). C ' in
her 7 Ith year, Luuis Barnraaa
widow of R iswell 7 . ,?, Mlj
Anna Rochester. ['"unerml al
Rrookside Cemetc > i hapel, Englcwood, .\
J. Notice of date and hour hereafter
SCHLESINGER On Ji nua ' !, 1919, ?,,?,
a short ill .7 H. her of fir
Mo 'ri '.! year. Fu?
nerai iervices at Salein Fields ''hapel
Brooklyn, Wednesday morning, January li!
at 11 1 'cloc . .
SHELDON 7- ??.'..? 17, on 7.,
14. at Carbondale, 111., as a result of ar
accidei l. Si r\ ices v, ill be h* 1.1 at thu
nmui ion, S i >.th av.
and -Ol h -'.. on 17 iday ai I I a, 111.
SHERMAN On January 14, 1913, at .m
in tlu- city, 17 i "-; ? \ugustiu
?' I ei ?? ? 0 I te E :-.v ard Slandisli
nnd Catharine Augusta Sherman, in hla
? ''.th year. Services at ' hrisl's Churth,
Rye, Thur ? 0 p. m
on arrival of L':18 train lnun New York.
SMiTIi Harry D. V. itt, at tt., lt H0?.
pital, January 1 I, ,, ter .1 lii ircring ill
? ?
STERRY ln his h ime, Roselle. 77 J., \v; .
lium DeVVitt. eldesl 1 the ht?
? DeWiu
Notice of funerai hereafter.
f.\ 1 H VM M thi n side ice oi ber
William il Colli . ? 1 , II.-... rford
01 .. l.'!'.. Con . 1
"?' late Benjamin
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day, .1 rniua 7 .
WATSON Suddenly. Januarr
17 i.<l .. Dor 1. . Hop. . ? 7v,-,! daupMer
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WILLIAMS M Plainfi. d, .. .1
II. \^. '. Edna Pate, .-. un u?i|.
II and tiie
late Ada Jane P jj V
Services at her Im, 1
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1 .. at L':3l) p. in.
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monia, Van dei \ ? onij son <:f 1
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Joseph . Mo. 1, Mi md Butta
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