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VOLUME XXXIV. LAUREN S, SOUTH CAROLINAq WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. tV~ 2
.IG R1 IPTION
PIANN[D FOR 30TH.
Probably Be Mustered Out
TO CON I1BUTE
Plans ('al for a ('eebration on Main
Street of ('u11-1umbia withII olloths front
Each ('ounty tntd it Barbeclue Con
trilbted by t e Peioplie Tihrougliont
the State. "Old Hickory" Proper
Columbia, Feb. 4.-The reception to
be given the ThirtIeth divIsion upon
their arrival at Columbia promises to
suirpass anything of like nature over
seen in the state, according to plans
recently formed In the capitol city.
h'ie reception will continue for three
days and three states, South Carolina,
and Tennessee, will join in giving the
youtithful veterans a welcome home
such as they will not soon forget.
According to the tentative plans us
-outlined yesterday at a mass meeting
of citizens in Columbia the festivi
ties of tihe gala days wilil be held on
Main street which on the third day
of tle eclchration will be closed to
trafie. Booths, representing each
county in the State will be erected
on Main street and from these booths
will be (list ri bu ted by attractive girls
such (elacavies as will appeal to the
In addition to these booths will be
great tables groaning with the Ii
den of gifts from the people of the
counties to -he distributed to the re
turing soldiers. Of course, tle festi
vities would not be coplilete without
a barbecue and the barbecue experts
from York and other counties have
been invited to assist in the propara
Lion of the great reed. Tlie committee
ci arrangements have asked for do
nations of live stock that there might
be enough for all of the men of tile
illvision including tlie Nort!h Carolina
and Tennessee as iwell as the men
from this State.
It is the purpose of the committee
on arrangements to have the four
Minute 'Men of the state to explain in
(etal tle plans of this committee to
the opeople in their irespective con
munities, and In this way close co
operation of the entire state will l1e
soeured, it is hoped by the committee.
Major Peterson. representing Briga
dier General W. E. Cole, commander
of Camp Jackson, who ,was uiable to
he present at this meet-ing, said that
lie military authorities at Camp Jack
son were ready to give every possible
assistance in making the welcoming
of the returning Thirtieth a lige site
Senator Christie Benet was one of
tle principal speakers of tle meeting
and lie caused the enhituslasm of lie
large crowd present to reach fever
heat withi the elotluenee of his appeal
for a great. demonst ratloln upon t he
r'eturmn of the PTirtieth. Seuator'
lItenet 1)(litrd to ht hlea re rs thle
manner in which thle boys of the
TPhiritlethI have bien looking for'ward
to t heir returnm home --how lbhey have
diiscusedu amnong thlemesi ves thiric ie
turn to "God's countriny" and dreamed
of the hospitality antd warm-Iheat l
odness thai ewaited( them at 1home1.
ie askedl li auihence if they were
going to let t:hese boys come hiomte
and have -their aridor chilled swithI a
luake-warm recoipltin and( thlen an
,4weredl hiis ( iest in by dleclaring fthat
he knnw the people of his state too
wvell to think foir a moment t hat they
wvould let their heroes come -homne
without a welcome such as they richly
TIhe tentative plans for the recep
tion of trne TPhirtieth dliVislon was told
bty Charles 11. Ilarron, who presided a~t
the meetitng. Mr. Barron after an
nouneing the plans for the reception
saidl t hat a coidlal reception was not
all that was necessary for the ret urn
lng mefl. lie then told of the need for
secu ring plosit ions~ for the return ring
11en1 and( saidl thait a state-widle move
1110nt wold lie atart ed for flits purpose
for the men from South Carolina.
,A .Ft rnuouis denial thalit the Thiir
tieth dhivislou has ever been1 known by
any other namne than "Old Hiocory"
wvas mtadle by lietitenant-Colonel
'Thomas UI. Siraft, of the~ 11 th Infan
Irty, formuerly the FIrst regiment of the
Phuth Carolina Naio'nal Gluard, wvho ia
flow at his home in Fort Mill.
Litef anltColonel Snratt in a let
ON MARCH 4T.
Those Expecting to Vote on the Qies
i1ln Mus1t seculvre ilst ratlonl Cer-I
ticaen 'onl or. Before Feb. 120th.
According to the notle( of elvction
appearing elswhere iII this paiper i
will be seen that. an election will he
hl.Il oil Alarel -th to decide wheilwr
or iot, tie citizens of tie town will
ratify tihle contract e intered 1111o I)V
tween tIe Ci ty Cotinell1 and thle iV
ltiver Power Company for furnishing
lower to the city for a period of tein
years. Tihe election notice gives a
synopsis of tle termis agreed upim
in which it will be seen that a rate
of 2 1-2 cents l)ei kilowatt hour por
month with a minimum charge to he
established duiing the first six months
of service will prevail. Jist how
inuch this will aniount to in money
has not been officially estimated as
yet. The power contract went into
effect oil the 8th of January so it will
be (lhe eighth of this month, after the
power company has submitted its
bill, before an accurate statement of
tihe cost in dollars pori month will ie
ascertained. 'Thie Advertiser expects
to get, into possession of these figures
before its next issue and the amount
The requireinents for voting in t'ie
electioni will he the same as prevail
inl general elections.. Voters must se
cuire Certifleates of registration from
the city's Sipervisor of rgl ct rat ion'
Mir. 11. E. IBabb, oin or- before lehruiary
21th. 1loxes for voting will le pro
vided-in each war id an ihe liouirs for
the ele iton wili he the usual hours.
TI-: XTiILE IIE ) WOhl'iS
(40 OUT ON STilhW
Employees Quit inl Horse Creek Val
ley. E igit lo1i Ilemand.
(Irniteville, ,Feh. I.--Seventy per
cent of the workers in the cotton mills
here and 4.per cent of those employed
in the Varrenville mills, near here,
truick this afternoon at 3 o'clock up
,,n the refisal of the management of
lhe mills to accede to the workers'
lemands for an eight hour'day with ten
iours' pay. No disorder marked the
beginniniig of the strike at eitlie r place.
TIot:h m ills are in the i lorse "reek
Valley of South Carolina, near t.he
Eleorgia line, TI has been iknown for
several days that the strike would, w-I
Nur unless the demands of the strik
nrs, who are membesi of the Textile
Iliiion, were complied with. There ar e
)00 employees at the Graniteville mills
and aboiit 250 at, the Warrenville mills.
J. M. Bates, secretary of the Textile
ITnion at Varrenvile, says that more
of the employees than 10 per cent have
struck at Warrenville, that much of
the machinery was Idle when the
stike occurred this afternoon, many
of the union workers being already
out In antielpation of the strIke. HTates
aflso says that the strike was called
for an eight hour day only. hul th
ill management asserts tlhat filie de
inand of the emloyees enlled for eight
hour1 is' twork with t en hour is' pay.
irn. h~lu't Iiial ia le te~t.
Caov. li A. C'ooper ha naed kn'i.
Ilteet N. 11. Dilal, of t hisa ciy, as a dele
sate~ to t he (Atlton conivent ion to be
held at New Orleans at an eair l dte.
Thte meetin g was orisi nall1y schieduiledi
fuo' nextI Tuteaday. but was posrit poned cr
on necun''iit of a con illet wVI ih aniother'
impuort anit meetIn g el sewh erie. The
(conferenQice' is to eon slder' hold1in g llans
and alIso uiii fled effort to hiel p thle
iresent market erlsIs.
t'r to, the colimnbla State saId that
lie could-'not account for the reasoni
tigt the nuaie "W.Ildl (ut" had been
credited to thle divisIon by the lpeo
ple of this cuintry and explained that
he had never sheard the dIvIsion ie
,forred to by thIiIs name duiiring the en
ilre service from the t imue they left
Camp Sevier uintiIlihe left them .withi
thme lt ish foroes in France.
The oflicer explained in hiIs letter'
that short ly before the dlepa rtur ie of
lie Thirmltit from Camp Sevier Gen
cmal S. TL. Falson, commandIng, ofl
chally designated "Old Illekory"' as the
nme for the dlivision and the initilals
"O. IL'' were i mrinted upon all Pro-.
nirt y of the divIsion buefore heIn g sent
irTe expla In ed that thle insignia of
Ire S 1st dIvision which also tr'ained
at (Camp Sevler was a "Wild C'at'', al
thuough the name of the divIsIon was
"Stonewall". 'This divlslin also 'con -
talned a number of North and South
Canolina mon. %
LAURENS MEN CIT
At Least Three Laurens Mem
Me ritorious~ S
.1n .)4.e 23 ir'(l livM \ i. o 1I . 1 u . T.
O h i lan. ist . . 1'..M. li.i I ll ,
I ibie lout, and4k 1 l~ m ibtler lo thecor -
')ivi:- in in nce.loi hve bornr tetitr
frw extA1dordiuartry in'roiml inl imie
th an orderi i1.na < by 11.1. GeI. C. -.
lniley. I oui mnitder of the division.
onl Chr-istmas1, (1.1*y. The division 'was,
nd. fit.( reIf a for a short perod of
fimle, hull, ma1.de a distingu~lishied record
while Inl mel4ion as thle Orders testify.
Ala~or Hlark,,dale is attached to divi
Sionll1 hlead, tr, Alai.l T~ .SIodd( I ili
the :24-th infantry and Ist Lieutt. 1).
1-. Barntivf Is Iin Clho 323rd infanfrv.
31'01. U:4:n 1.1ad Mlajor Todrd grad
uated from the first omeliers training
School at Fort Ogletiorpe as captains
anI II" 'Tre.t1 t received a comn
Imis-1sion as '.nil Lentien ant from a Vir
gilni training school and was later al
1. The Clomrnn-li,!! Genier0 de
Ri'es to express his apprciation of
fle coidclet. of officers and men of .he
(iviir.n ', t: a i:: op. raf t iols V
Mth. Ifnh) -i 11 thf~ f' o ve b r 1
i1 I he For'ie d.a set :or at ".22.~n,
during tiht adxvaniice of the 1.0 a rmny
tfl which it formed a. part.
2.. The ord,,rs rorthell adfvanceV nho
('Sitlafed the wit I ln) v !;'! of that part
)f 11 , divi: -,l h e oveni,.1 - %
!$of ih'-r I t of I'm !-oc f" o r !f .
nn a front of t welve kiloietres from
I- 11 Frve'nes. These or'ders W0r0
r*'eiv!md early in thI lmorniingr of No
rvilberi 9tl and at lihe "Ito' lon!r the
riivi.fin hTro beeni IAhdrawn fromo
the I trene!Ie, re"for;'r"d and h.-1,
willn to ,1.d'.411 ( (r tlie Wo'vre
The ground was marshy, covered
C.\RDI FROM C.P.InICIIE.
'raises Innrens County Negroes in Ills
Commtnanl. lIfln't Kn 11ow Wheln lie
11,11ld lIN ch1-1 I11ome.
Tle .\dvertiser has received n card
'rom (''l). W. R. Itichey eVIdelnti'v
' rit t en1 sotme I fime before Ch istm 1ias
iolidays in which he praises the wNork
>f the LIni'c'ns county negroes in his
'oln nInid for their flghttiir qutalit ie,
ill the Western Front. sine' tile card A
vas iwriiten Capt. R1 ichy has cabled ii
lal he would lbo home at an early date
icd it is thought by his relatives here
hat Ie will arrive at least some t line
his month. h'lle card, in which he
'emiletibers all of he leople of tihe
-oluity, w"," as follows:
"Well ithe hig scr ap is over. .1iml
'odd, Pa. Poo1c, A. B. Green and 'y
Ceclf ;-r, ;t!l v.,r, vel11. La ur1ents"
-ountv e tu .n (1;, ->),I t a
inla neOroe, ord themslvit- a with
ory'. 'Tiey all fought like v'tei n
unl i dse'rve a grea' t de'al of credc.
i)ln'f knowi~ whlen w'e wvil Ie h' omI.
thif elfp, dierva lieu liote ca o o
tt ra fto i'he imonlgah11te lon.. t '
by 1 r. . W .vm. Walker', 1 ~'
1). ~t W alkr and .\lr Frd took r. of
ruff) Satusred ming ier d stes inter
myet tiik plc atnte ~auren~t.Vs. Iem
W.r here, ohf sepritr big (ondctyaitd
I'by otI. W''M 31.'nilm. ".r I' o er
fian a eers o se lookf an ,ti leu
11: ofh Ier M s teg 't ia i \VaIl. r lesil. ce
Viwoti sie rsn h0( ter sheisdrvv.
''yi 'hri' husband, dned dagt r. .\rs I
the .\owre,' fpartanhurg'eennaty, andunt
ltst brohirsay and .i lied a, 'Il.e
yplrtanhurgt forny erc'l morlie
bean at owekii a tihenili.i anotherlu
dsaghtier,( alays tua Waer esln
whometai ohe was la~d to res Snda.7
yer hofarleths deamth.
ChalesD.Smih, non b may1
ED FOR BRAVERY
of 81st. Division Cited for
vice in Baffle
Ino v ita c by. winfit I hIn
~~ii~~~i~~ i\? 11 m111 I 4 .
II:, : I in ensl ;n-.1 1 ry1 fir-, o :
r*,C I(td by 1 airplanvs an 1) wh Iit.b1 no
I I!V 1(l be Imlae1. At 11:00 A . 111.
mn Novei'tier i th, this division had
"d'i''ed five and one-hafi kilometres
IIIid had eniptured four viilage's after.
fO'ong resistance: had attained thIle
011emyv lino of resisti nee and was
i. The Commanding General pilm
1haizem's the following as idicating
"'e elIence in discilin me and train
an'n the intelligent and creditable
worik of ioth officers aIi men in
I'i Is. their flrst engagement as a di
T 0l1 or no disorganization or uiff
Inunder heavy artillery and machine
I number of wounds from
F"'pl I'llre as i ompared to shel
snaII number or wounds from
c'!- which -were cont inually mIe.
nr known of one shell kil
The few reported missing and the
ijit y tha 1t imost of the latter were
nlll nieve'r found.
..\elleece of laison. both lafer
r e fro ito rear.
* i.',:1 ' i ti1,11 i.s in tii'-e oper.
.". wln tIhownad) were allow
no to eight een of the entire strenat1
The following namnied oflicer.
nd men are a tiularl coniiilded
:" I llnt and meritorious cr o)iinet.
''I follows the names of the of
1.1r :md Imlen recomiended, 1imong
wire tlie above from aitrtens
WAI ('lCONS FOI' 371ST,
roix de (Inerre Awa'rded Infanotry
Raitittent ('tinm posed Lai rgely of Ne
Irroes from South ('arinla.
I'lut the (Croix de Gierre, tHie Flr-hli
diward for meritorious service in ar
ion, was conferred on the 371st In
antry was contained in a dispatch to
lie New York Times on .January 27th.
'le dispatch also stated that the
tward was made to several individual
>fllcers and menl, 'This reginintl, as is 1
vol known, is Composed larigeIy of
-out h Carolina negroes oflicered by
vihite menl mostly from this section.
'a>t. W. R. liehey and Lieut. James
I. Todd are otlcers in the regiment,
is was Lieut. T. ). Lake, who Was
tilled in the Argonne Forest fght. The
*'gimnillt was cited in all army order.
wr brilliant. conidlict in the face of theI
llmy. Whether or not. any of 11w
. Officer's or m1en,11 were vited in
liviiually or were awadild the ,"roix
1e (Iu erre is not yit known. It will
a pi. IRichev wrote that hie thlougrht
I l la t. .hnniei:; (. Tiorbl woublt h
d i t hi to th Ti i m ies hia1td
h'it the ceremiony' of awarding tihe
roix die Guterre toik iilaee at Ilrest
ind( that thle Ipresentat:7 1)io as imad eby
Vine Adiiral \oreaut, \farit ime l'refc
wvas then statitoned at lIIrest Is taken
is an indication that it will soon em
bark for home ports.
Votnng Manit of N ew i'rospmect Sectlin,
ihes . lter Linugerinig 1lMness.
Aftt er an illness of several mnonths
G I. ii. 1I1rownI, on) (if Air. aniid lts.
(Geo. it. Itrowni. of the Newv I'rospect
sect ion died tast Tuiesda y andl wvas
hitried atI New 'rospeel r emetecry \Ved
nesday aftrntoon, thle fuiner'al services
being colnducte'd by his pastor, 1Rev.
.Jas. It. Williams. lie was ab lou t:
years (1ld antI unmnarriedl, haviing hived
'vth hits iarints iln that seito all1 his
life, lle had been i delinintg health
Erthe p.etIV e IWr aw fli hiieinninig
in Otobier hie graduially griw worse
tilI ihe uni ('ame.
'lie de('ensedi was ay you1Wnian of
lispiint ion, but alware! interfalneden
iihih bilah 1ofi lifie end charict er for
whiihli ic w'e.'idihlired by his many
fri en ds. 1lieshdles hiis ia renti h4le is
su1rvivcd biy thr iee shuteris and two
Frankl ('lark Re-ports I'm C ntr
rn;hi! I till. innI .n.k 11.
1he imo:b' of lh o ayi years
'11o, ago-1 aing mnillions of dei
Ile recobicatn st a t a t his i ax, wici
was wrt'oungly a4 isess(i4 lginst tile cot
tot1 growers ill n (i of th1v tederal gov
rnmen1vil, hu: r _._' "o _ iii wit hout
frit eI delay. ( orgia. is due in rountid
ltuiers $11,00h,000 Sotlh Car'olina ,
$>,000,000 and lor.da $1,0110,000.
.\Mr. Clark said that measur-es simi
lar (o tlls lVc been1 ialrot;aceti inl
'nany ColIgrCsses. dul4ring1 le past 50
years and the subject natter has at
lifferentim iles been considered by
1onmiflittees 'bitt for onle reasoll andfIu
Ither jilstlee has been delayed utiil
low. No good reasont exists or has
tver existed to prevent. the passage of
I. measure of, l this elaracter. Govern
ieits should hle as sc rupulous Inl deal
ng with its citizens as it 1emands
me Citizen shall he in dea ling with
'is follow mai.
"This fOtltIitiee Is-; firmly of tie
1pin1ion hat this moncey shouild hv re
)trneld by ti' governmiienit. of Ilie nit
'd S1.ates lo the people who paid theose
a x es. We holiev thalt ally impartial,
'01n1CitenltIions main who .vill take. 11-m
ime to examille fith 1veord and th'
a1 muls' colie to the conclusion taiit
Ille I' )iea ts or coi' l' W;ll(4 l of i lin'd
vore ilh' l u conlstitution ! ti coid,
mni that Irfoer ;I lapse of mlorv ll!ani .-d
eaSisurely Ohw princvipal withouit inl
rn-stI shi'mid he refutlclv. dlf of which
S '. respee l fuly Submlilttd."
W I ('h'TIING STORE
TO OPEN IN IAI'IENS
Whari1gt(fon Clofhinlaluu ('omniy, of t-eent
wood, to Occtupy Sitor M110111 Il
Laulretns is to have a new 1eon's
'iotling store, acorling to a iews
irtile appeatring itn 'I'he GrOveenWod
'Idex several days ago. The Wharton
'loilhing Cominpany, w4nl of the largest
r1is of that City, is to open) a clothii ing
tore inl (Ite Lait renis Ho1tel block ine'xl
4 l'owes Drug Store and has taken a
ong lease onl the building. Itr. Aiken ,
mV of the owlers of thle building, stat
'd yestertday that a1 modern front -will
>w !ut into (lie bu(ilding at considerable 1
'xpense and that the4 firm expects to
istall the latest. paltternu fixtires. The
)wners of the store will be Messrs. '.
. Jand .14) '. Wh'uar't)on and (1n. Cl .
lenlkins. Thev frst.- two are natives or
his County and iave many friends
Si'r. .Mr. .eilkins Is beetn with 1the4
WhArt1 )on)s for ablout a year, ba1ing
ionev thoert fromt )ock IH l. Ie will
)' inl (14h11rge of I e Ir111ens ine4 s.
"Ir. C. C. Wharton. statedl The liniex,
xill leave inl a Ifew days for New York
I buy%'1 tood for'Iin te 1niw sto.I.I
'i ienn if is Ti)n,~(Irsday. '1415
14':. Fr Witks wash bued~:~ at 4'ock
illness of some)4 1time4, due14 mostly 1 to the4
titirii s o' (f old4 age, I iel in stated 4
byv 54on)0 of his friends hete yes1 trday
that 1he was1 abtItl M2 YearLs 01b1.
Hie is sur vvd by ( 13 font' 5ons, SamII
tI., W. A., amil W. II. Ftranks of this
couty3 and . A. Frannks of Win ter'
Park)1, 1"lorida. 11ie waIs IW4(1 twi tariedI,
thle flirst time t(o a MIss Bariks5(htl1e, the
mo)ther ) of t he fotr sons)1), a1m( the4 se'e
01nd t ime)4 to ai Miss Ih-n'Ijainit whio died 4
a short' time14 ago.
Duriing the( war4 th le dleceased was a
member1)'? of (Co. A, 3rid S. ('. Ilegiment1),
a 14(1his comradeIll Is eif ('o1 the1)lii good4
rec (ord4 he( made.44' Ihlrting line sI tuggl
1h4 Ia, )5w4)Imled'( in the4 armIt, which'l
ne(ver (.ame( tito futll use4 again.1
died( WedlnesdatyI)4 iht and41 Ine ftiody
wa~s (1trri'ld4 ti the former hon" of hi'
leirents at Satlemn, N. ,l., Fr'id1ay, fmn
5o!')' ('hi114 antd had won the aflf14))1m
of ill wh 144 newi'\ her.' Thel paren14V4
ar'delyon ahiedwthi te
'A THOU TLE
General Marhi il i O1fivial Table of
C'nsuiIt ies (of \%iericanl filiments
Whrich F'oim,-hi Iin France, O)nly 21.
Amlericanl 3illiar)I Prisoners Still
Washington, Pebl. I.- -Official tables
of the majior battle Casualties of the
American forces in Perance, inado
pliblic today by Gencral March, clifef
of staff, show that approximately tell
thousand inei rena in wholly unac
c'tunted for near141 ly three ic1onths af
ter the endinig of liostiliities. Tho
deaths, missing and known pilson
ers are tbulateild up to January 10,
for ('aull of (he(i tirty conibatant di
visioins of Cneral Pershing's army.
Th' otal is 5)(,.92 of whom 17,124
ar classified as missing or caiptured.
An ap11einded statenient. Shows that
only 2!i Ainiciin military prisoners
w heI'c i n4'1i' 14) he ,;till in Geriany
ont .l141try S. alAl that, 1,800 pr'i;,on
ers hdh l uv 'i'clo'41 Ilp at, rtiurned d
and IIS d ii in ca3p1ivily.
'2 w h i'21i31 bodY of
tliii ** g nill illy be loca ted as the
retiu-n W, I!: :a!''y tlini,' out thle1
\!''. i ! i'. fm- " in 'rince. Indications
r1" hu.!." 1 ' 1w- furiorily 4)r tho
t4n fIno) and tinall:- will be I(IJh'd to
(', rol! f !:044 1 !w-4i t)' 'e 1a
Idsof those NI(ed or dlied of wounds,
now recorded ah s 39,158 men.
To tha1 1ir 'lso 14 mst. he added
1 , l, men of the 111111110 brigade,- fig
ures for which, not cariled in tho
tah' s, were o11ained from official
son rces. This b)rings the grand ag
.regal of daili from balile il to
10,709 on return.s estimated o iini
ly to be 95 p'r cent complete. As
figui)s 'n m inI and Iisoner'4 of
Ilhe marines are( Lacking, the numbe~r
#)I lilacco l i' for wh1i(l finally 'Will
ho' tA d ill (II of the dead caln
not he aceirately vsima'lled.
hle(, army tables, however, give a to
tal of H-,6-10 mien missing in action
and 2,7W known prisoners, making
ul ti1 17.1:11 missing i ' or captui red.
The appemld( 'tatementl shows that
the army rolls record -1,91S American
military pi'boners a)counted for. Ad
imitledly the' ;ire many possibilities
()f error but the statemeni. says it is
ant1il11 the indicated unlaceounted
for list of 12,15; will be Iroght "down
to less than ten Ihousand."
The 1ables dIo not )41 4 urnish anly d'1I aa
.I-. to tIl wo ind'1 4 or deai olth' ther
than thos r ii d 1ir ('tly from
b i.' b not i . it is sig
th: war ' h p4 n - '''4i a 44 publshe the
wound 44 .:' 'K" 414 'i 11 mn n114
('2iniated'~ 1h:1 his ttal killed and
'14 abl pub, 1 i1 ntion4 4'' of14( tile liSts of111
ditioa d(ea1 14:ths from11 .wo''unds( and to
thle list Ing a5 dead44 (If m114n formerly'~
'r'poritd I' issin51 g.
Thell name44s (of 119,115 wound4(id 11114
heen'i puished4 u tilon lonlighlt, ('om1
imred''l w1ith a November4d1 e'st imated1" to-.
a I of I *4.955. Of t hose missin1 g in
11e1i44n, 11.*t74; have been 44'' l ih edil(
*4 a3inst114 th 84timated I' II,:!n tota(13 and1(
prisoner1s )holwn in today4's tabl1's.
A sllnIunary (of tihe e'nsualily tablies
giv'ing the1 classification 1 of 41 lo',es biy
divisions41) x'' t th 14h'irtyI)-it . ,which
4 I41ow1s, figures,' for'114 th field signl
h141t44bon. :4nd dii.-i1nal Iia in n1 ot
10'., lNi1!' 141441 \Ii1;in4 I'rison11 Total
:',: i e4 1,744! lO( t;,2 jg
1''' 434 SI'? 21 .'.017
I 4 4;19 517 51 2,956
a :m7 9480 00 2.501
44 1 '07 9 fl 122
( 01nt innU nn 1'llinin1u PTe)i