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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 24; 1018.
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TO HEAD BPSTOM SYMPHONY,
-Sir" Henry Jo
seph Wood has accepted an offer to
XAKDOSV May Si-
become conductor of the Boston Eym
r-phony Orchestra,., according- .to ttre.
Dally Telrg-raRb. wftIch,.ay-. lliatie
"may be relied upotrtojjnjjrydnjjino
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hi new Amerlcin public many wifks
of the British composers."
Bat old potatoes.
Who Will Turn
Down a Mother?
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We Will Give 5 iff the Entire, vc
States or Saturday, May J5, ,litl8 .,.
Tdtt Cdi 5k0 Four iVeecfe one? 5Z Do rowr Bit ' i
0i 7zs Occasion YoumMoney WfihW
A KUPPENHEIMER SUIT
and a CONTRIBUTION TO THE RED
IflBr THt .TTQgE WHEfcE QUALITY COUNT &H
1Q13 PENNA' AVg -W , .
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IF YOU KNOW ANY OF THESE
SOLDIER BOYS PHONE THE
TIMES, MAIN 5260, BRANCH 7
Forty-four casualties listed by tli
War Department today were divided
husj Four Jelled In action; ten died
if dl-eaiei'nlno of wounds, and four
fie.ccldcntr.-'Ixteea severely- jetmd-
ed."and one 'sllclitly. ' i" '
The llstf together with the -'
drcases of the next of kin, follows
KII.I.KD IN ACTIOS.
CapC Frederick. D. Clair. rtlta
Corporal Lionel rt. Itolhrock.
Private Francis Ulsby, Klmlra,
Private John A. Schramkovfskl,
I1IKD OF DIM: A SB.
Corporal Daniel I. Johnson, At
Private Franklin O. Drun, Mosco-'-
Private Clunnaril Urtrksen, Brain,
1'rltate Homer , 1- Grafton,
Jlprlngflrld, JIo. . V.
rrlvate John tiriener, Lnpetribera,
Private Joseph IV Morris, Sen
York. X, Y.
Private Evans Pegae, St. Louis,
Private Elmer if. Trent-el. St.
Private Norman Roberts. Minne
Private Joseph Williams, Line,
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. D1ED OF WOUNDS. -
Lieut. Whitney IL Joyce. L'nad'llfa.
tSerajt. Justi L. Tntea, Quebec,
Private Nell fiallasher. Dooyork
ieeala Dallnr, County JIayo,
Private John It. Joyce, Crosby,
Private Willie Kapltako, Converse,
Private Irrln Oj JleConnelec, At
lantic. lOrra. "
Private ' Frank Opie. Coneord,
N. II. I
Private Woodruff Perklna, Over
Private Carlton Devrelf Roberts.
Brooklyn. X. Y.
DIED OF ACCIDENT.
Lieut. Almre D. ti'aard. Man
chester, N. U.
The Death Rattle of
Austria is almost out of the war, as far as military aid isconceraed, except psrhaps for one
more Kalian drive, in the estimation of' those best qualified to know. This condition seems to be
due, judging rdm dispatches in the Austrian press, to internal-political conditions-which may at
any moment cause-a conflagration. TheOerman papers in Austria -are very .apprehensive, the
Grazer -Tagespostr for example, telling 11s that "the south is in flames."
, ' "There is a striking article in this-week's issue t)f THE LITERARYDIGEST, dated May 25th,
ma"deup of translations from papers in Austria-Hungary, which" will, tie read with interest by
Americans. It shows, as nothing else could, the state of public opinion in the dual monarchy at
, Other articles of importance in this number of THE DIGEST are:
..' .Strength of the Opposing Armies on Western Front
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A Careful A&alyxis of the Relative Strength of the German Army and the
Allied Armies Opposed toJt , -,,
Getting the Facts About Aircraft
Increased War-Wages for Railroad Men
Mr. Hearst's Loyalty
America for Lloyd George
Canada Wants No More Titles
Britain's Unshakable Premier
The Junk of Battle
Superfluous Railways .
What Does Your Hand Do Wheiv
"Enemy Aliens" and the Spy Problem
(Prepared Jry U. S. Bureau of Education)
(Prepared by the U. S. Food Administration)
Posters of the War
No Relaxation in College Work -Vindictive
The "''Bible of Amiens"
Germany -Confessing Her Sins
A Turnverein Turns to the Right
Home-made Sugar-Beet Syrup
Lieut. Euircne Paul IVubbcn, Co!-
rado Springs, CoL
Cndet Jtiseph A. Bcttenhausen.
Pr1nti. ntr.ck . Joyce. Ja-
sarla rrain, siaks.
t OCNOKD" SKVBUF.I.Y.
Capt. John A. Haitln, )Vdterrllel.
X. Y. ,
Sercrnnt Cleo C. Ilamby, Coilnc
Scrceant Thoma, c. Mitchell.
Corporat John J. O llara, Chlraeo.
Corporal John K. bulllt on, Kings
ton, N. t.
Private Harry X Ooncdon.
Pritate Onllle K. t.arvln. Schen
ectady. X. 1 .
Private Joveph A. tSlrnorlcb, litis
abeth. X. J.
Private Panl U Hall. Jnrjata. PoV
I'rlvatr n'ladyslaiv Jablonovvakl.
Prltntr Idivard D. Lavvlor, Tort
Prliate Earnest :. I anrencr. riav
tenia. X. C.
Prlt ale John J. Phelan, New Hav
en. Conn. ,
Private U'yllya Slnclcton nudj.
name. X. .
Prlvnte Murray C. Smouse. Cum
Private James W. Sullivan. Xew
Corp. Erie H.
DRIVE TO DEVELOP
Great efforts are being- made today)
to rorce through the present teuton
of Congress legislation which wlfl
provide for the development of trans
portation on the Mississippi river.
udder the leadership of Senator
James Reed of Missouri plans are
being made for a combined drive on
Congress, and Director General of
Next Thursday there will be s, con
ference at the Capitol, when members
of the Senate and House will meet
with representatives of middle 'West
ern business Interests.
More than a hundred of the leading
men of the States bordering upon the
Mississippi have signified their Inten
tion of coming to Washington to Im
press upon Congress tl necessity for
greater development of transportation
on the Mississippi. On Friday the
delegation will call upon Director Gen
ON HB WAY TO MIST,
J. S. PRICE VISITS "BUT
J. Stuart Price, brother of "Bill"
Price,, of The Times staff, arrived In
Washington this morning on his way
to Fairfax to report to the draft board
there for army service at Camp Lee,
Va. Mr. Price was for several years
with The Times and the Washington
Herald. For a year he has been a
member of the staff of the Providence
Journal, where he has aided In the
exposure by that paper of German
methods In the. United States. He was i
married In Providence some months
ago. His early newspaper work In
Washington for The Times. Included
the covering of aviation development
in the army.
BROWNLOW FAVORS LAW
AGAINST "TOTING" GUNS
An Interesting Collection of Illustrations, Including Humorous Cartoons
How Motor-Trucks Are Coming to the Fore
In this number of THE DIGEST Harry Wilkin Perry shows how the motortruck is solving problems of freisht
conffestion, of increased farm production and conservation of Tarm labor, of facilitating food markets, and of tran
portinr passengers, and other late developments in this motor-truck era. The article is profusely illustrated and
will be of particular interest to prospective motor-truck buyers and all who are interested in transportation problems
of the nation.
A Hundred Million for the Soldier Mothers of Mercy
Commissioner Ilrpwnlow has de
clared against "Run toting," and
would like to see the Johnson bill
passed by Congress, with Its drastic
penalties for carrying concealed
weapons In the District of Columbia
He believes' that n4 such a law ben
In force, the tra?dy of lam Tuesday
would not have happened, wiln two
Washington pollccrren and a Mary
land sheriff dead at the nand of a
negro who should hae hal no right
to carry a pistol or rvm to lerD ono
I In his home, the Commissioner say?
-j nope congressman Johnson a bill
will become a law "' Mr Brownlow
said, "and that it ill contain a clause
prohibiting the calo of firearms In the
District, excepting to officers or the
TcKlay, the tender, broodinj: heart of the "Greatest Mother
fn tne "Vyorld" is sending its Red Cross appeal into every
American home. Today, while millions cf brave men are
fighting for the freedom of the world, and are paying the
price in wounds, and suffering, and death; while connt-
"less Homes "over there" are devastated, and millions of
little children are torn from loved ones sncTcast about as
'.pitiinl waifs of war, a passionate, urging cry cornea to
erery American heart -from the one anj only organization
in all the world which can comfort those heroic soldier
hearts, and gather into its tender care these sad little waifs
of war and give them love and shelter.
Listen to the
call of old Isaiah: nothing amU h
yl K-th,ou draw out thy soul to the hun
gry and satisfy the afflicted soul, then shrll thv liht n. ;n
obscurity, and thy darknessbc as noonday. . . . And
they that thall be of thee tliall build the old u-cile
placet. Thou shalt raice up the foundations of many gen
erat ons, and thov shall br called the repairer of the
breach, the restorer of paths to dwell in," The forces of
destruction are sweeping ruthlessly over Europe. While
our armies, with our Allies, are fighting valiantly to stop
them and drive, them back, let us build up and strengthen
our heroic Red Cros3 army of reconstruction and mercy
which already is-doing so much to "satisfy the afflicted "'
and to "restore the paths to dwell in." '
You 'will sleep the, sleep of contentment tonight
after jou have done your share.
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