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Physical Test
Of Drafted Men
To Be Critica
Yet Disabilities Must B*
Acute to Disqualify for
Military Service
AU Candidates to Strip
List of Defects Which Call
for Rejection Is
i Praia T?.0 Trtlniii? P'ir-aau!
Washington, July 29. A list of the
disabilities on which a man should b?
sxcmp.s.l from the selective draft
army ****SB thortly be in tha hantis of
fho physicians who ara to make the
physical ?laminations.
Tha rules prescriba that all men pre?
senting themselves for examination
must bs stripped.
A standard height, weight and ehe-tt
measurement is first set forth for the
guidance of the physicians. Then*
figures ranga from a height of *1\*#
feet and ona Inch to six feet and sits
Inches. '?-? standard weight for a
man ft*** fset and one inch tall is **i-*?-i
t* 111 pounds, his chest deflated at
thirty-ore Inches and inflated at 'hir
ty-thr-s Inches. For a man six **eet
six inches tail tha utai.oi.rd weicht la
HI pounds, chest 38k, and expansion
four inches.
, Variations in weight and expansion
lit permissible for qualification as
Reifht, 81 to 64 inches, a variation
of 8 pounds and 1 inch in chest expan?
sion; 64 to 6* Inches tall, 10 pounds
and 2 inch?*** Si to 69 inches. 12 pounds
anil 2 ir.ches; f-9 to 70 inches. 10 pounds
ar.d 2 inch?*.; TO to 73. 20 pounds ar.d 2
ir.ches; "8 n.cV.es and over, 24 pounds
variation la we j-bt and 2 inches in ex?
?o t>? accsp.ah'e for military serr.ee
? tnan ??lew S t*o\ and 4 Inches in
Visigbl la? rolss dlrsctk must be "of
gaed Mratt-ro-s wsll *??v?laped and mus
"Urai-aaa ?s.-isi.tle**a.iy wfll prouor
tUpe-J," Tie ru.es ais?s say, "-nsm above
i tots ont) I '-.ci-a? |a Vs::ht should
.? ??Jaatoil "
asat-s for R?rJectio:i
Caoie? glosa la the rules for raj-o
t*?*t ?? map far asr.Ury servis* Include
*.*t followtrg:
..'?nu., .?ell ,.' narro*! underst*.r.d
?Via. ?sarantc, 'Ontagioiis ard para
?Itd? ?lsaasas, when b?vere and exten
tadvs; ?aroaio ulcers, dsop or extensive.
I**o?d?Abrupt depression in skull, tho
?onioiiue-i?? of o!d fractur-*.
Spin??-Curvatures, caries, abscess,
'?.?era. enrva'.in?* is causo for rejec
t'cta wher ft exceeds one inch to either
l.n.-s?A.l for-,,** et obitis media; per
iorntifar' e,f tyrn**?nurn.
L;*en?Acuity O? vision below stand
ardiaod jet-'.iiren-snts, conjunctival nf
tottien, ineni?inf truchoma and entro?
pie., ItrablaiBUI ar.ai other affer-tior.?;
affect.!:g clear vinlon.
Mouth, loac and faucas Deformities
interfsr.nj* arith loaetication or speech;
chronio ulc?rations, fissures, or per?
forates -if the hard palate; hyper?
trophy of the tonsils sufficient to in?
terfere with the) respiration or phona?
tion; 1o?k of voice or m.-nifost altera?
tion of it.
Four Good Molar? Require?"
Teeth?At ?easl four serviceable
molars required on ?sch side of jaw.
two above and two below; good fitting
bridge or piate where rot more than
one-naJf of toe tee?i an? Involved is
not disqualifying.
N'eek -Pror.onr.ced goitre great en?
largement or uiceratfori? of th?. cervi
ri.1 (.?lands.
? i ? s* A!, chrorie d?*??axe.*i of 'ungs
'ant. la?art
Atii?.*-7itj?i--Ghro*iic irfintion of the
castro-:7i*-e?".laa. tract, including chron?
ic ?-arr h rea. dy?entor> and othor dis?
euses ef the contained organs.
All gen ?to-urinary disease?, hemor?
rhoids oi pron?anc?K: type, prolapsus,
fistula and Assuroa.
Other aumenta Induced In tne list
are rheumatism, disaasos of the Joints
o? disabling trp?, irreducible or false
joints, severe sprains, atrophy, paraly
To Parenta of Doy?
to tht Boj a Themselves:
A considerable part of a nence. They come and go
business like ours is con- on slightest pretext ? an
ducted by boy-power. An easier job, shorter hours, a
-conomic necessity for the trifle more pay, "rolling
double reason o? expense stones" without thought of
control and training for more lutine success through learn
important duties. We hire.ing a business under repu
boys and raise men. The table direction. Learning, too,
store is a school where men that work itself is honorable
advance into higher grades in and creditable,
its service or graduate into It must be that the fault
better positions elsewhere. is not all with the boy. Will
This should be true of not you parents ask your
every well managed business, selves what is the cause of the
One bank in this city holds change in the average boy's !
the record of having supplied attitude towards work; and,
forty or more officials to if your boy must begin early
other banking institutions, to earn his way, encourage
because its wise old President him to get a job in a reputable
made a practice of carefully place and keep it. To con
selecting and training boys? sidcr himself an apprentice to
mostly country boys ? and learn a business; and, by efn-,
promoting them as fast as,ciency and faithfulness in do
they displayed that most nee- ing the simple duties first, es-j
essary quality known as in- tablish his reputation for in-!
itiative. telligence and character. A,
This business is now being clever boy learns something
managed by men who grew-,every time he delivers a
up in the house and has sel parcel.
dorn to look outside its own ?Now this is frankly a bid
force to fill important posi- for boys. We don't expect
tions. But this involves care- boys out of well to do homes;
fill choice of the sub-strata, they stay at school even
the boys. though work might be good
The enlistment of over for them. But we are careful
fifty of our young men, with to select boys from good
more to follow, emphasizes homes. We investigate his
the question of replacement, home surroundings prelimi
We can use and are usin?* nary to engaging him. Then
some women substitutes, bttl he mutt pass a physical ex
the need is for boys. amination by the Company's
Of course school is the doctor ? we want healthy
place for the sixteen-year-old hoy-. We also want thrifty
boy and college for the ex- boy?. If he has no savings
ceptional boy. But many bank account he is urged to
hoys muat complete their open one with his first week's
education while working for pay and thereafter the Corn?
il living, and we conduct pany duplicates the interest
School? of Commerce for earnings,
-.uch. Honesty, truthfulness, in
Our trouble is to get the dustry, thrift are taught here
right sort of boy. Naturally,by precept and example, as
a sixteen-year-old boy prefers \ far as human control is pos
play to work; but it is sur- sible, along with the tactics of
prising how few of the boys a successful enterprise,
offering for employment; Always room for another
have any serious purpose or boy?if he is the right sort,
attach any value to perma-| At either of the four stores.
Pot Company
"The ?t 34th St.
Corrwri" Fifth Ave.
at 41 tt St
at 13th St
at Warren
sis, permanent contraction of the mus?
cle?, etc.
Boards That Have
Draft Lists Ready
A complete list of the boards which j
had announced the posting of their '
?irait lists when Mr. Conkling'B office
1 sloped last Bight follow?-.
No. h, tfj Kart 1 -?.'th Street.
No. IB, rublie School 4, 173d Street \
and Fulton Avenue, The Bronx.
No. 22, Public School 33, Jerome Ave-,
nur- and 1-Mt'n Street, Thr Bronx.
No. 25, Public School 7. York Street,!
I near Bridge Street, Brooklyn.
No. 34, Annex Public School 25, 335 J
' Kr.?.'iusko Street, Brooklyn.
No. 41, Publio School 140, Sixtieth
' Street and Third Avenue, Brooklyn.
No. 71, Public School 6?5, Madison
, Street and Bu.-hwick Avenue, Brooklyn.
No. 74, lOt Wyckoff Street, Brooklyn. j
No. 7f, Public School 10*-t. Arlington ?
i Avenue and Linwood Street, Brooklyn. I
No. 90. I?? i'larkson Street, Brooklyn.
No. 110, 851 West Thirty-tifth Street.;
No. 112. 121 East Third Street.
No. 115, 1'ublic School 17. Forty- |
, eiph;h StrMt, between Eighth and i
Ninth Avenues.
No. IIS, Stuyvesant High School, Fif- '
I teenth Street, near First Avenue.
No. 119, 239 East Ei iteenth Street. I
Xo. 120, West Side V. M. C. A., 318 ?
W*tt Fifty-seventh Street.
No. 121, ?Ml West Fifty-eighth Street.'
No. 122, 223 Fust Twenty-seventh
?? Street.
| No. 124, Public School 17, Seventy
? seventh Street and Amaterdrm Avenue.
No. 120, 217 (entrai Turk Watt
No. 130, 2745 Bi-oadv.
No. 133, Public School 1-.3, 410 East,
: Sixty-sixth Street.
?No. 137, 170 East Seventy-seventh
Stre. t.
No. 140, Public School 119, 133d
! Street and Eighth Avenue.
No. 1S2, Public School 77. Eighty
sixth Street and First Avenue.
No. 115. 211-A main buildiaig. College
of the City of NtH York.
No. 151, 1886 Ltxlneton Avenue.
No. 159, Public School 18, 121 East
Pilty-?rat Street
No. 1H4. Public School 6, Eighty-fifth
' Street and ?Madison Avenue.
? No. 105, Public School 159. 259 East
119th Street.
No. 170, Harlem Chamber of Com?
merce, Lencx Avenue and lSOttr?.Street.
No. 17*;, 2.?-A South Eighth Avenue,
j Whitcstone.
No. 185, 359 Fulton Street, Jamaica.
U. S. froops Glory
In Y. M. C. A. Camps
Parl*_Jul** 20. Francis B. Sayre, Pres?
iden' Wilioa'l IOB-in-law, who recently
arrived here to tnk?? charge of the
camp aetlritUl of the American Army
Young Men's Christian Association,
said to-day that thirty-live trained see
rotariea are expee'ed to reach here in
a fe?v days from the United S'ates to
astist in the establishment of V. M. ('.
A. rentres at the American training
camp, at ports of debarkation and at
other American military, naval and
avia'ion bases.
More than a score of Fccretaries el
ready arc in the field with the troopt
and at ports of arrival, laperrilil |
erection of centre.--. The military au?
thorities, Mr. Sayre laid, war? cooper?
ating in every way and aiding the Y.
M. < . A. authorities in providing recre?
ation and canteen facilities, for which
th? re is rit'i ?1. He added that all the
V. M. ('. A. contre?? were being wall
patronized and that they were greatly
appreciated by the soldiers.
.Mr. .S.iyre and I.ouit A. Crosvett, spe?
cial representatives of the War Work
Council of the American Y. M. ('. A.,
returned to Paris Friday Bight from ?
five nays' riait to Britiah x. M. C. A.
centres along the Briti.?h front, b'hind
the fighting line. They Studied the
British methods with a view to their
adoption by the American Y. M. C. A.
Admiral Caperton Feted
Buenos Ayres, .July 19. The officers
and men of the vis.tiMg American
squadron are still enjoying th? un?
bounded hospitality 01 the people of
Buenos Ayrea. ,
An c!:ibo?ate entertainment war giren
in honor of Admiral Caperton at the
Hippodrome last night, and the Italian
colony ha? made arrangements for a
great demonstration to-morrow In be?
half of American sailors.
E. C. HubbdlT?ditor,
Dies in Yonkers Home
Yonkcr-?, July tt. Edmond Cecil
Htibbell, associate eilitor of "The Yon
keri Statesman,*1 died last night at
his home here. 3.r?"i ??.?verdate Avenu?-,
il?* was horn in New Haven, Conn., on
October 11, 1864. For n-.-iny years he
was a&gaged in newspaper work in
Xew Yor^., bavin?? been employed in an
editorial capacity by ""The V, orld,"
"The Press," "The Herald," and
"The Journal."
He was night editor of "The Press"
when the news of the sinking of the
Maine cam- in. Hi' had lived in Yon?
kers finco 19C?;4. He is mnivud by
three sons, ClifTord, Edtaoad and
Charles, the lutter two being naval
officers. The funeral will be held to?
August Knapp, Broker
Greenwich, Conn., July "J9.-? August
Knapp, a member of the brokerage
firm of T?te ?t Hnvs. 71 Broadway, ii
dead at his home here. He wus fifty
seven y??!?rs ol?l BBd bad been ill for
two week?. Mr. Knhpp wa? born in
New York ar.d attended the College of
th? City of New York. For more than
twenty-five years he had been connect?
ed with the brokerage firm of which
he became I member six years ago.
He !.- Hurvived by his widow, two
daughter". Mrs. Edward Creen, of
Bridgeport, and Mits Porothy Knapp,
of this city, and a son, Wilbur Knapp,
of Port ("hettar, N. Y.
Robert Burns
Robert Burns, of ROOT Third Avenue,
Brooklyn, who had bean employed for
?evernl years in The Tribune compos?
ing room, died at his homo last night
after an illness of sever?! months. Two
brother* and a sister survive him.
14th Street, near Fourth Attnue.
The Great War?1094tti Day
Biggest Artillery
Battle of War
Rages in Fl?anders
Intense Bombardment Over
33 Miles from Coast to
French Border
Fliers on Offensive
British Airmen Bomb Rail?
way Junctions Far Back
of Line
Korniloff'f armie? croaa Ruaaian frontier
in continued withdrawal from Galicia, hav?
ing retreated one hundred milea, Bukowina
being rapidly evacuated, with Teulor.t doting
in on ('zernowitz from two directions. Ru?
manians press foe on eighteen-mile front,
having penetrated defence over nine milea.
Take 1,245 priaonert, two howitzer batteriea
and nine gum.
Artillery battle in Handera reaehea maxi?
mum intensity of war. Extraordinary air
fighting. British lose thirteen machines;
thirty (ierman 'planea brought down. Fre?
quent trench raid?.
French repulse repealed attack? of Ger?
man? on eastern Chemin-des-Damea. Gain
i aoulh of Ailles.
London, July 29.--What is officially
admitted to be the greatest artillery
, battle of the war ha? been raging in
i Flanders without interruption through
? out the last twenty-four hours. It de
| veloped an excess of violsnce over the
previous two weens' bombsrdment,
which hud been hitherto unprecedented.
Describing the duel, the Berlin day
i commique nays: "The artilleristic in?
tensity represents the highest degree
of massed effect in the war." As the
front included between the Belgian
coast and the French border is thirty
three miles, the concentration of heavy
and light batteries is undoubtedly enor?
mous and the expenditure of munitions
almost incredible.
Accompanying th's climacteric (run
fire there was almost equal activity in
the air, with the British fliers on the
offensive all along the line. During
Friday night squadrons from the Royal
Pl**ing Cene bombed a number of im?
portant railway junctions well back of
the IMDI lines and dropped explosives
on two of his airdromes, continuing the
work during the day, and in ad?
dition taking hundreds of aerial photo?
graph?. In the squadron and single
combats which developed thirty Ger?
man 'piares were accounted for, ?ix
ii-en of which were destroyed, while
the remainder were driven down out of
control. Two enemy observation bal?
loons fell in flumes.
ilaig Reports Thirte-en Missing
General Haig reports that thirteen
Bi ' -h aviators are missing, and Ber?
lin asserts that thirty-live French and
? British planss were demolished, me
; (ierman pursuit squ.idron having
, downed .**ix ?allied airmen.
All last night the British raiding
forrrs warp rae** from well below
(ambrai to north of Ypres, and appar
' ently in greater strength than at any
time recently. Thrusts were made
northeast of Epehjr, southeast of
Hie i ''?i-' ;irt, weat of Fontaine-les
( roisilles? and near Flr-urbaix.
Berlin says that these infantry ac?
tions ver?- "desperate." The British,
after hard fighting, brake into the hos
ile trenehes near the Rocux Chemical
, Works, north of the Scarpe, and re?
turned with thirty prisoners, a trench
mortar an?! several machine guns. At
I Ypres lif:y-four prisoners and two ma?
chine guns ??tie ?a?; ;u. The great ob?
ject of those raid? u to bring in cap?
tives, from whom information as to the
enemy fairmations may be gleaned. The
only hostile attempt was south of Mes?
sina-., where the attack was repulsed.
Then- Vil alio stiff fighting on the
front held bv l'etnin's troops, though
the Crown Prince's offensive on the
Chemin dee-Denies rppara*r.tiy is lo*:*i.r
some of the power it had earlier In the
week, probably on account of the Brit?
ish pr??s .jre to the north. All the Ger?
man efforts yesterday and last night
failed without compensating gains.
German Guns Pouring
Shells on Coastal Lines
IB- The Arasai** Pi-e-t]
With the British Armies n France,
July 29. -Numerous raids, which to?
day's British official communication
mentions as having been conducted at
various points along the front by both
combatants, undoubte?lly appear to
distant readers as inconsequential in
thi~, greatest of world wars. But these
tiny reconnoitring thrusts, which daily
have been growing in number of late,
are in truth highly significant in them?
selves, for they are a surface indica?
tion of the great tension existing along
these nerve centres of the Western
The material damage which small
raiding parties inflict is of little conse?
quence, comparatively speaking, to
either side, but the information that
these intrepid adventurers into N i
Man's I-anal may bring back ia invnlu
table. The war along this front is far
from being *?'. stalemate, but these are
not days 7or prophecy.
Despite the inactivity of the Infan?
try, destructive artillery duels of great
violence continue and are ever Increas
, ing in volume. Along the coast region
the guns have been pouring an unpre
(?? dented stream of shells into Nieu
? a-rt and neighboring places, and the
H'itish have been no lesa vigorous in
Further south, Vimy snd other points
overlooking Lens as well as Armen
ti.v>rcs are the object of unrelenting
Teuton wrath, and the shelling from
the guns of both sid"? at times reached
the intensity of drumfire, which i?
board for miles back of the lines.
A concentrated attack was made at
(lawn yesterday on the (hemin-des
Dames, near Hurtebise, on a t'OO-yar.l
fient, but it melted away under the
fire of the French geventy-tives.
An enemy_ surprise attack near Ta*
hure, in the Champagne, came to noth?
ing, as did a similar attempt on the'
right bank of the Meuse. Un the left
ban!; of this stream, northweit of Ver?
dun, a baa**** German aaaaall on th
recently conquered French positions in
the Avocourt wood and on Hill 304
fiiled to penetrate the defending bar
; nige.
On the contrary, the French, in re?
taliation for the thrust near Hurtebise,
early this morning carried out a spirit?
ed and unusually succesful operation |
between Hurtebise and Bovelle, gain*.
I ing their objectives everywhere and
making especially satisfactory prog-i
I rets near the Hurtebise monument. '
? Berlin dtclares the French in this re-.
I gion advanced once in the morning and
I three times in the evening, only to be
; driven back by a Cologne regiment.
British Submarine
Sinks German Ship
London. July '."?. ? A British -ubmar
. ine while patrolling the North Sea
on Friday overhauled and aaptored
r.f'er s short chu-e the Cierman steam?
ship Batavia II. according to an official
announcement t.ade at the British Ad?
miralty this evening. The German
crew, having abandoned the vessel ow
' ing to damage by gunfire, a British
?MM ere",- v. is placed on board. It was
impossible, however, to bring the 11a
, tav.a into port and she was sunk by
opening her sea valves.
The Batavia II wa? a T/aCMl of 1,328
ton* gro?s and formerly belonged to
tiie Batavia Line, being in London and
Rotterdam sei vice. The vaaaal was
Mitad on June 14, 1914, by Gamaa
warships and taken into Zeebrugije.
One-half of the food cargo carrn-d by
the Batavia ?vas con :i seated by the
Germans as contraband.
- ?
U-Boat Chases Ship
Two Hours; Doesn't Fire
Boston. July 29.? A British steamer
which arrived to-day reported that off
the south coast of Inland she was
chased for two hours by a German sub?
marine, which in all that time did not
I fire a shot. It was the opinioiUO? the
1 officers of the steamer that the sub?
mersible was out of ammunition and
| was trying to get within torpedoing dit*
j tance.
The ship, however, escaped by supe
i rior ?peed after sending six shots at
1 the I -boat, which was so far a?tern
' that none of the shells took effect
?a**7" PLEDGE OF
Applications for loans of large
amounts will be considered at
the office at Fourth Avenue
and 25th Street.
Foutth Avenue, cor. 2"tlh Street
F.ldndae St., cor. Rivingtoo St.
E??t irouiion St., ear? F.???x St
Srvenih Av.. bet. <*M*ih ?St 49th St? '
Lenngton Av., cor. 124th St.
Grand St., cor. Clinton St.
E. 72<J St.. bel. Lexington tt 3d Av?.
Eighth Av.. cor. 127th Si._
Courllandl Av.. ror. I4*8th Si.
Smith Si., cor. Living?ton Si.
Graham Av., cor. Drbevoue St
Pitlun Av.. cor. Rockaway Av.
Official Statements
London. .1 i:y tg, iPAY) We ma?*? ptt.
erai successful raids ?a?t night at different
luinu of our front. The enemy'? tt
***** raidt-?l north*a?t of Epehy, aovthaaat
of Havnncourt. -met (at 1 '??ntaine-lea-Croi
aill?- and near Flnrhax Many caauaitiea
were inliict?*d en th? ? r.emy and pruonera .
end machin? ?un? w?re captured.
Jn th? neighborhood of the Roeux etiem
icaj wurka our troops '..reed their ?ay into
th? German linea, in ?pit? of the atubhorn
resistance of th? enemy? garnaon, whoee
l?..??-s were heavy, and brought back thirty
pri'onert, a tranrh mortar and machin?
Other British raiding partie? entered the
enemy's position? in the neighborhood of
Ypraa and captured fifty-four prisoner? and
tw?. machine gun?.
Ho?til? raiding parties were repuls-xl
aouth???? of Me*?ine?. ?
'NIGHT'.- Th.-ro _ nothing important to
report t???day Y*?*.ter<Iay there wa? again
great activity in the ?ir, the fighting being
eontinuou??. On Friday night important rail?
way stations and two hostile airH.om?*? wer?
bomb*?! by our airpianc-,, and ?luring th? diy
a number <?f other bombing raid?, as well a.s
much photographing and artillery work, were
?uceavasfuily earrie?i out.
In the air fighting aixt-***n German ma
rrine? were brought down and f.'urt?*?n oth?
er? were driven down out of control. Tw*
hostile observation MBacaM wer? brought
it. A-n in flame?. Thirteen o? our machines
BM misting.
Pari? July 2 >.? iDAYl- Yesterday about
dawn the Germans to th? went of Hurtebta*
farm made a violent attack ?m a front of
BBB m?tre?, which wan amaahed ly the bra
v?ry of our troop?.
In retaliation for this attemrt made by
the enemy we began an action at an ?arly
hour thia morning bat? ten Hurtebiac and
the region of La Bovelle. It was eomlucted
by our infantry with superb spirit and en?
abled M 1.1 prngreas on r.'l points, notably
in the region of the Monument.
In the Champagne, in the ?et* tor of Ta?
h?r?-, the enemy etiruted n strong ?iurprise
attack, which ?an repulsed.
On the left bank of the Meuse the Ger?
mans, aftor an intense bombardment, at?
tempted to attack th? trenches which had
been conquered by us between Avocourt Wood
anil Hill 304. The precision and vigor of
our fire ?topped the enemy and inflicted
heavy ?o?jea on him.
On the right bunk of the Meuse an enemy
?urpria? attack on our trenches eaat of Mou
lainville also met with failure.
I NIGHT i. The artillery action was very
lively in th? region of Cerny and Craonne.
AU.ut 3 o'clock In the afternoon, pteeeead
ly a violent, bombardment, the German? d<*
llvrred o:i Hurtebise an attack, which our
artUlatfy and infantry fire turne?l into a com?
pleta failure.
There, w?> ?pirita?! artillery activity on
th* left bank of the Mej-e, [ar'.i.-uiarly In
; 'i ?? faaiaa of Hill 30 I. The day wa? calm on
the re?t of the front.
| th-*'night the German arliilery shelled our
I ?oinmunicationa and village?? to the rear.
i Tl ? n*. rning was calm. In the afUrnoon
the artillery action was more intense.
Kuril**?, Wulpen, I'ervysa and Pont relian
wrr? bfrmhard?*?!. We replied against the
eromy work?, carrying out fires of destruc?
tion against the enernv 1 utterles.
Berlin, July 2!?.? Army group of Prince
Ruppre-cht: The artiUery duel in Flanders
raged uninterruptedly yesterday from early
! morning until far into the night. Th? de?
velopment of artillcristic inten?ity represent??
| tl.e highest degree of masaed effect in the
At l?verai points on the battlefield at
| tack? by our own and enemy troops called
forth desperat?? local infantry engagements.
r 1MB La Baasee Canal aa far a? the southern
bank of the River Scarpe the firing activity
increased in the evening. At night, ea?t of
! Monchy, attack? ly Britiah battalions broke
' down with heavy MMt Also near Oggue.
northwest of St Quentin. En?r!i*sh, local at
| tacka ?ere without MaaatB.
Army group of the German Crown Pltoee:
An increase in the fighting activity alona the
' Chemin-dee-Dame-i. In the Champagn? and
on ?h.* Meuse ?rat aetaaatcMe,
Southeast of Aille? I Aisne front? strong
! French forces attacked once in the morning
and three time? in the evening. A Cologne
| regiment, with it*? oft-proved power of re
' ?.?tance, warded off in hand-to-nand fighting
j all enemy attacks.
Aerial activity waa extraordinarily lively.
I eapeciaily on the Flanders front. Thirty-flv?
1 enemy a.iatora were shot down. Lieutenant
i Dustler, at th? head of a pursuing ??juadron.
I destroyed a squadron of aix enemy airplane?
I himself and gain.il his twentieth aerial vic
; tory. Lieutenant Kitter von TuUchek ?hot
; down hi? nineteenth and twentieth aerial op
pa.r.ent* in battle.
iMGHTi. **:nrt midday there again haa
been a moat v.olt-nt artiliery duel in Klan
Italian Front
r.om*. July ft. -On the night of Friday
a^e'-a-hmetits of the enemy de?.-en.!e?l from
t?*!?? I'a-f. in San Pelietrrino Valley, on ?.ur
linea, and, supported by artillery, attacked
with machine gun and rifle Tir??. They were
promptly and effectively dispersed by our
machine ?run?. ?
Yeatenjay there wu increased artillery ac?
tivity l*?tw??en the C am?nica and Aatico val
Uv?. on the I iemme and Kasaa Alps, on
Monte Rombon mal on Dosso Kiati.
Ve?'erday evening ?ne (af our 'arge bomb?
ing air ?qiiadron?, escorted by rhasem. airain
raiile-l the military MtablUhment in Lina
and the hutment? in the Chiapovann Valley,
eral raca.with.-tiaraliag u heavy fire from enemy
orti-aireraft (Turn .Tripped four ton? of high
expluaivea. On the return journey our
a ha-ert brilliantly en aired a lance number
it enemy machine?. Our pilota brought down
two hostile airplane? and returned aafely to
their base, which the battleplane? already
had succeeded in reaching.
Rerun. July ti (DAY). Army Group of
Prince Leopold of Havaria. In Kau? tern
Galicia the KuasiaiiS on.both ?ides of H
have retired behind the imperial frontiau*.
(?ur corps ha-.e raaheal ??br? ?.. Other? are
approaching the confluence of the northern
bereth and the Dniester.
Between the Dniester and the Truth the
P.u??inn rear guard mail?, a ?tarai. Our
powerful attack broke through their poai
tion?. Pursuit is procfwdfr.g on both bank?
of the Dniester.
Army Group of Arch.Iuk?- Jose; h. In the
t'heremoeh Valiey Kuty ha? been taken.
Above and I ?lew the town, a a r"*M?B** of the
river is being effected. In the maiuntaint
I our divi?iaanj. fighting aa they advanced, pur?
?ue?i the er.a-my beyainal th.- hue of Ilohipoth
S .nth .if the Oittis Valley a ?trong Rus?
sian attack against Ogr-Kasinulul was re?
On the upper Putna we completed th?
movementa commenced on the day before
Army Group of Kield Marshal von Maeken
str..- On the northet?l ?lope of the Odobe-iti
Mountain group an enemy attack failed. On
the Rumanian plain there ?at only alight
'NIGHT).?In Eastern Galicia pn.gr???*
ha: b-*en made on Zhroci lin Rusata, near
the frontier!, along the Dniester and Prut'l
ri.ers and in the Cheremosh Vajiiey.
Jaasy. July M. VV'o have widened north
?aral the break ir. the enemy'? front anal
cr-ptured the wh al- of hi? ailal positiaati? on a
wioth aaf thirty kilometre? to a depth of fif
'teen kilaametres. We have taken 1.24?
pri/aaners and captured fwo batteries of
h. wi'/er?, nine guns and a quantity of
Petrograd. July Ma?Men the Raltic Sea
to the I'ripart there have be?m fiwillad?*? and
air activity. In Galicia, In theajfeglon west
. of Mibarag, an enemy attack against our
lositi.ain ?ras repulse?!.
In the direction of Tarnopol nnal further
.aajth the enemy's ailvance?! elements ap?
proach*?! the line comprising Okrimoviee,
Ramanouvka, Jerebki, ?L'olodievka, Polnarv
kaletmnnska, Eleonorouvka and Sorokikro
In the region we?t of Goesiatln our ele?
ment?, under enemy pressure, evacuated the
line of Tchalaroutka-Dentirovkf. West of
Zale-itrhik the enemy occupied Jaaaeniouv
polny anal Toporovte.
In the Carpathians, in the region of Mount
Tamnatie and re/irthetaat of Kirlibaba, the
enemy, after a aerie? of attacks, pressed our
element! ?aamj-.vhnt furth'-r eastward.
On the Rumanian front, in the direction of
Keiilivasarhely, the Bunaninn troopt ad?
vanced and occupied tho line of height?
about six milee ?re**. 8? M.anontirk? and the
heights west of Dragosleave and in tiie region
01 /..-?leaserey.
Vienna, July 29.- Tn the Eattern theatre,
at I'utna, the enemy ?ucceeile?! in somewhat
advancing his fraint?. Near Soveia hi? at?
tack? were repuije?!. Near Klrlibaba the
Austro-H?ngarian troops ejected the Rus?
sians from hill poaitions. Mount Tomnatie
?u ituimill by German regiment?.
The allied aCentrall force?, rushing for
wurd 9-autlv of Dniester, are approaching the
western frontier of Bukowina. North of the
Dnieater the Rustians are retreatirar toward
Zbrocz. The Jugielnica ha.? ?teen cro??ed by
the allied columns. Eaat of Trembowla and
Americans Lay
Rails Behind
Battle Front
BCaaiad the British Lines in France,
July 21 i correspondence i. Americans
and Canadians from the northwestern
part of the American continent men
who have played an imporant part in
the railway building out around the
Rockies?are to De found among* the
men in khaki, laying rails right up to
the lighting front along the British
lines in France. Hero and there la a
man who has worked on the New Haven
or the Boston A Maine Railroad, but
the vast majority come from the great
we?tern part of the T'nitt*d S*.a*
There is one whole battalioa from
Um i anadian Pacific Railroad now at
work on the British front. It was or
td b* Lord Shaaghneaay. In
charca of this and other buttai ions is
a brigadier ganeraL a widely known
contractor, from British Columbia.
; whoso motto is, "See everything, hear
everything, but keep your mouth shut."
i It is the popular impression that only
light, narrow-gauge railroads are run
up close to the hattle ftont. But this
is soon removed by a viiit to the front,
where one is surprised to tee broad
gauge railway, miles and miles of it,
running right up lo th? big guns. This
broad-gauge railroad is laid close on
the heels of the German retreat. Be
i side it can be seen much of the Ger?
man narrow-gauge railway, which was
\ picked up in sections by the British
engineers and thrown to one side to
make room for the broader gauge line.
The engineer? make their appearance
within a few hours of a fresh British
advance. The men have to wear steel
i helmets and keep their gns masks
handy, so clot?, are they to datifCf
from bombardment by the German
heavies or from bombs dropped by a
stray German aeroplane. IB fact, so
close to the actual lighting front are
these lines that mo-st of the really
advanced work has to be done under
cover of datkne? a.
Following up the British advance the
railway met hr.d bridges blown away,
p . la obliterated and occasional traps
' left by th? .?ni-my. Heavily armoied
locomotives haul up the material. Th??
right of way ahead is cleared, the huge
craters made by German explosives
filled, frch bridges thrown across the
gap and m an incredibly short time
here m a new route ready to hand over
to the railway operating department.
To lay B mile B day of this broa?l
gauge railway is not an uncommon
feat. "Our best sustained record," said
the colonel in charge of on?? gang, "it
. four and three-quarters miles in five
\V ? rave just finished one
ttretch of line. We had first to build
a bridge 140 fee* long. That was start?
ed en Friday and lini'hed on Tuesday.
Then we had to clear the road beyond,
which ?va? tittered ? ith German tie?,
torn rails and other material. Wo
started at f on Tuesday and had tin
lah?*>d laying ?he line by Wednq#ay
midnight. ?Ve had 100 men clearing
the road *nd IM working on the ?tool
actually laying the rail?.
"Twenty-two miles of light railway
wer* put in ?he new territory at the
Ancre Rivet* fight."
Austrian Admiral
Says Submarines
Cannot End War
Asserts U-Boats Are Merely
a Means Toward
Light Cruisers Needed
Njegovan Asserts Great Fleet
Would Have Prevented
Break With Italy
Amsterdam, July 29.?Vice-Admiral
Maximilian N'jegovan, commander of
the Austrian fleet, in an interview
given to the "Neue Freie Prense," de?
clared he did not believe that sub?
marine* would bring about a decision
in the war. He said:
"At present the U-boat? are much
spoken of as making England, Aus- ,
tria's principal enemy, uneomfortab'e.
but they ftre merely a mean* toward
victory. It Venid be a n-.i?!ake to be?
lieve from the experiences of this war
'.hat big ships are ?seles?, but for us
the essential type is that of light
"If we had a great fleet the war
with Italy would have been tinished
long; ago. Indeed, the war would never
have been possible."
5 Dutch Fishing Boats
Sunk by Submarine
Amsterdam, July 29.?A (?erman
submarine yesterday aank. live Dutch
??"sliing* vessels eighteen miles from !
tiio Dutch coast between Scheveningen
and Vmuiden.
Scheveningen, Netherlands, July 29.
Fishermen arriving here assert that
the Dutch fishing boats sunk yeater
dsy off the Dutch coast by a German
submarine were within the so-called
. lene wh. n destroyed. They be?
lieve that altof-ether ten vessels were ?
sent to the bottom.
Boiler Explosion Sinks
British Tug, Two Killed
Turn? Talmas, Canary Islands, July 29.
?The British tugboat Faudance. tow-|
ing* coal barges, was destroyed yes- ,
terduy by a boiler explosion.
Two men of the craw wer? killed
M*] two injured.
Engagement, Marriage, Birth, In
Memorial?, an.l Dentil Notice? may be
telephone?! to The tribune avny time up
to midnight for insertion In the neil
day'? paper. Juat rail
Beekman 3000
and read the notice aa you wlah It In?
?erted Rill for ?unie ?till be mailed to
you later. The notice will reach over
luO.000 reader? daily. _
BASH LOW July tS, to Mr. and Mr?, .tuliu?
Ba.-hiow, 41 St. Nicholas Terrace, a ?laugh
(.ERREN- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerten (nee
??ertrude Vorrimerl. of Ml We?t 100th at..
announce the birth of a daughter on '
July :;.
HOHN Mr. anal Mr? Arthur Horn (nee
Jeanette Kaplan), of 600 West MM. at.,
announce the birth of a ?on. At home July
tt, ?
LOEWKNTHAL- Mr and Mrs. M. Loewen
thal -ne? Rae Ja.ohs) announce the bir'h
of a daughter, Shirley Kuth. July 7
West UL'd st.
MEYER T? Mr. and Mrs Peter Meyer ?nee
F.thel Baum), a eon, or. July 23, at Or.
Hrunor's Sanatorium, at 328 West 1.17th
SEIDEN Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Seiden, of
Na 171 (,'onvent av., announce the birth of
a baby ?laughter, July lit.
SEMER Mr, and Mrs. S Si.lney Semer
inee Josephine I*. I.evyl. of UM Pr-sident
at . ?traioklvn, announce the arrival of a
daughvr, Tere.e Ruth, Brunor'a Sanato?
rium, 1'7 Bag. rnb av., New York.
SINT.ER T.a Mr. nnd Mrs Sherman Singer
?nee Faiphie Stein?, 41 St. Nicholas Ter?
race, on July 27, a ?on, at Brunor Sana?
STONE Mr arad M??. Martin M. Stone, of
172 l'ait. 2M ?t., "Intbush. Iieif to announce
the arrival of a ?on on Sunday. July 22
Milwaukee nnd St. Paul paper? please
WOLFF Mr. and Mr?. Harry S. Wolff,
Wavecrest, Par Rockaway, announce the
birth of a daughter. July 2?.
?ILL SrnOI.ERMANN Mr and Mr?. C.
If SebOaer*Bann, a?f New Vork ritv, an?
nounce the en/ag'T.ien! of their daughter.
< sroline Henrietta, to Mr. Ar'h'ir Ball, of
'ville, N. Y
CULBKBT towl Mr ?ral Mr- mart
Ackley Totvl, "f <'rc**f'ard. tt, J.. anroun*
tha- engegemen' "f thci.- d.vj?}.?,?-. Ma-tim
P.i.th. tai Second Li.-jtennnt Kenneth pa-k?
en? Culhert, M. C. R . ?on of Mr. ?a
William Henry Colbert, i.f K?-r Orange.
M. J. Mi?. Tow! is a ?enior at Wellenley
Coll**?, ar.d Llaratamant Colbert graduated
from Harvard t'niversity with the ("last of
'17. He wa.? a member of the D. K. E.,
Institute of 177i1. Hasty Pudding.
Memorial, Signet Mad Phoenix Clubs.
Thoma? W. Wright, of New York City,
announce the engagement of their daugh
?er, Amy Belle Wright to ClifTord Rome
D.'marest. ?on of Mr. and Mr?. Auguatu?
Demare-t. of For-t Hi'!?. N. J.
FELDMAN BER?.EH Mr ?r d Mr?. Ru?
dolph Berger anniaunce the engagement of
their ?laughter. Evelyn, to I.n'i;. Fetdman. -
CLUCI KOEM?; Mr? I. K- ? a.- tt Tew
i.town. Penn. announce, the engagement
of her daught*r( Lilly Rattio, to Mi Harry
A. einen, of New Tort Ctt-jr,
Henry Kf.-enh. ~v a of IS* Ilar.co.-k ?t..
Brooklyn, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Elaa D<?rothy, to Mr i'.ab
ert I.ir.der. of Hro"?<lyii and Koi-UlDort
Li'.a-r-man. ?al] We?? 115th ?
the *-ii!agemcnt of tr*|r daughter. Bertha,
to Mr. Dortey J. Miller.
BEMAK lvTT.ni. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Kuel.l,
of 68 E??t 'ilth ?t., r.nr.ounce the mar?
riage of their daughter, Joseph.ne, to Mr
I J Remak, July 24. !**!7
BOUTROS DOt'OLAS On fl-u-sday. July
tS, e.i Warrer.ton, Va., Alliaon Dougla?.
widow of Benjamin Dun Douglas, and
daughter of th* late R. H. Dougleae Wlll
i.im?, of Baltimore, to Mr. Krian Poutro?,
of ?airo. Egypt.
BROWN OAM.ELO On Satur?!ay. July
M, "t '. p. na . by the Rev. Herbert H.
Brown. Chri?tine D'Angelo, daughter of Mr
and Mr?. Loui? D'Angelo. of l.i; c<,rlie?
av., Pelham, N. Y , to William C. Brot.-n,
of New York, at the Kpiacopal rector?.
North Pelham.
fiARlY EMMERICH Mr. and Mr?. Arthur
Emmerich announce the marriage of their
daughter. Ruth, to Mr. Ben fJarey, on July
25. by the Rev. Dr M. H HarrU.
Silberstein, 121 We?t I3Sth at., announce
the marriage of their daughter. Irene, to
Mr. Bertram Och?. July tt, 1917,
lian Rolnick to Hugh I.. ?T.oni Opp-nheim.
both of New York. Lonalon iKnglar.la pa?
pers pleaae copy.
OTI? WHSKI.KR On Saturday. July 2?, at
T*** v. N. Y , M.irjF.rie E. Wheeler, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mr?. Frank M. Wheeler, to
W. Fullerton Oti?, of Ne-wburg. N. Y.
PRICK PRAGER Samuel Price to Haxel
?il 1er, Friday. July 20. *
?FHINSTEIN -COHEN July Jl. Brooklyn,
by [lev. J. Leviaon. Temple Beth Emeth,
Cecilia, daughter of ?A. 8. Cohen, to Mr,
Samuel Kuhinateln. ?
SCHWARTZ MAY- Mr. and Mr?. L. Mar,
th ?C a i noun ce the mai*.
ruta? of their daughter. Badrax to Mr. Ja?
?erh Seh.? art*. Notice at rec-rptlon late?. ?
WILLIAM**? ?OWNEU- On Sunday, Joly tl,
by the R?v. T. J. I a.ev, Caroline O.
te to Ru-hard D. William?, bttth of
A*r-?'r??pr, F. K. McD.r-re"*. Annt?
Knos H. M -Grath, Timothy
CheBaaaVlea. K. M. M-artin. Robert C.
Coha, I evy Miller, Amy J.
Mary P. H. V ?ntgomery. aaa**a**f J?
Dailey, .???*ob D. Nichols. Jam?-? A.
Desna. Georue P.. W. Ho?*.. Soph1.?
! Karbon H. Ruaaell. Maria
Faulkner. Maude I*. Sawyer. Ar?Ji**? W.
Friahee. Amy E. Scott, Emma J.
Qilee, WUU_m V. ?eer>e.k. R*v. K.F.
-??tte Smith. Ellen
n H. ?-navelv. Rev. C. K.
If U man, Benjamin ft.
Jare?. Mar? B. H. Van N??strand. J. W.
?U-lttor, Sarah IV.Iar, Paul
Knapp. Auguetu? Whiteford. Kannie
Wright. Rev. C.
ARMSTRONG On Saturday. Joly 18. *r*V?r.
ence t'lla. wife of Charlas M. Funeral ser.
vices Monday. 2 n. m. at her l_U i-aei.
?lenoe, l?j l<ountafn av., Brooklyn. .
Bl'NTING A' Kietlk, N. J.. on Satu*Hay.
July 28. 17.17. Dr. Kn.* Harvey H-inting.
rur.erai servteee will be h?ld at hi? late
i*e*?i.len?-e. 227 Il-ra,| ?t., Newark, on Men
July M, at . .lu p. m. Interment in
Kalrasoal Cemetery at convenience of
CHEGWIDDEN On February 11. 1917. In
Orient?. Cuba. Frar.? ee Mary, widow of
A.exander. Temporary intarrm?nt in Cuba. .
CORN levy, .-.sed 70. beloved father ef
Mi?. Rose Chn. Mr?. P. Cumprecht Mrs.
J. Sintona. Jo? Cohn and Mrs. M. trrtrrer.
Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. tn.. 121 Weal
loath at.
ITTLKK Mary B. H , at Roo-..velt H/s?pi
tal. on July iff, 1917, Mary R Hinchman.
wife of Willard W. Cutler. Funeral at h?r
lnre r.??iden.-e, 2 Cutler ?t.. Mnrristown,
N. J., on Tuesday. Juy '|, et .1 :45 p. m.
?All KY At Chappaqua. N. V., on July 37.
1117, Jacob 1). ?alley. Funeral from hia
late re?(der??*?? l'banpiqua. N. Y., on Mon?
dai. Jalj 10, at I J| p. m.
?KINS C.-orge ?? Wolf. S?*-rvires THg
FUNERAL CHl'RCH. 197?) Broadway.
Krnnk E. CampLeil Building, Men-lay. 2
DI8KKI I, Yonker?, N. Y., on Sunday. July
?, Herbert H. Dis??ll. at hi? late reeWence.
"a ****j*fr,**-*t at.. Yonker? Funeral servio?
Tuesday evening at I o'clock. Internent
??ill be at t.reat, Harrington. Ma??. ft?.
r.eral private. jH
FAll.hNKR At her resida-ce. 207 stet''
85th -, . Nee York City, M?u?l? Louiae.
daughter of the late Walter O. and Julia
II VnKaliurd, of Brooklyn. Funeral pri?
vate. .
FRISriKE Amy E.. widow of Junlue C.
Kriebee, at bet? r*?*?i<leiice, 225 Eaat ITU? st.
Flatbueh, Hrooklyn. N. Y. Interment
Fredonia. N. Y.
CILEO On Satunlay, July 2ft, 1917. William
Thomas <;il?n, ?u-ed 82 years. Relativ?
and i lend? are invitod to attend funeral
servi?.? at his lato ra-tidenre, 2110 ?itmaa
av.. Flatluuh, on Monday evening. July 30
at Ho'.-lock.
HAMILTON Rosette, 401 West 166th sL.
Ju:> 27. aired II y.*?r?. Funeral from Bt.
Matthew's Lutheran Church.
niMH KY At I-archmont Manor. N. Y..
Saturday. July 21. I'j17, John Henry
Hindley, beloved husband of Ada H.
Walker, la hi? 70th year Funeral senate?
at hm lata horn?, .14 Park av., Larchmont
Manor, Monday evening. July 30, 1:30
o'clock. Carriage? will he In ?raiting at
I.sn-hmoiit Manor R. R. station on ar?
rival of train leaving Grand Central Sta?
tion .N. Y.. N. H. A H. II. R.) 7:30
p. m. Peterson (N. J.) papera pleaae
ILloWIZf- At Munich. Germany, on May 17.
Mathilde lllowiii, widow of the Rev. Henry
JONES Mary Reirne Harmon Jonee, el
We.t Peint, N. Y . July 2*. wife of Lieu?
tenant .Innins W. Jone?, '..'. S. ?^.daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mr?. Edward V. Harmon,
IM Riverside ?rive.
hiriDKK On July .8. 1917, Mr?. Sarah
Iviililer, aged 102 year?. ? montha, 11 days.
Banket at house. M.li* Webster av., on
Monday, July 3u, at 7:tn p. m. Interment
private. .
KNAPP On Friday, July 27, 1917. after a
brief illness, Augustus Knapp, aged 17
year?. Funeral fr..m his late residen?*?, Il
n*-o..kside Drive, Greenwich, Conn., on
V lay, July SO, at 2 :*? p. m. Auto? will
meet train leaving Grand Central Depot ?
1 ?M ?i. m. Interment private. . j
M'DOWELL On July L'k. Iflf, Mia? Annl? Vj
Mclinw. el!. Fur.?-r?l service? at her late
r? ?i.lenee, 4'".t Herkimer ?t., Brooklyn,
Monday afternoon at 2:30. Interment
M'iMt.'.TH Timethy. sud.lenly. on July 27, .
husband of th? late Annie McGrath and
brother of Patrick McGraUL retired mem
; N. Y. F. I?. Funeral from hia late
residenTa, 1910 Washington av.. on Tues?
day, 9 : r-t ? ? a. tn. r.?*?iuiem ma?? at St. Jo*
aeph-- Church. 10 a. m. Interment St,
MARTIN On Fri-lay. July 27. 1917. Robert
C. Martin, a?*e?l 73 reata, at hia residence.
. r.* ton ?v.. Rronx. Service? at Cal*
M. K. '"horch. 1 .'?th at. and 7th av..
t?ork Cit>. Moniiay, July 30, at 2
; . in. Kindlf "mit flower?.
Mil.I KR On S-ir.dav. July 2?. 1917. Amy J.
aoeietant ?rir.cipal of Public School
I.-.2 Borough of Brooklyn. Relativ??? and
inend? are invited to atte? ?i funeral ??r
,St*i ?t., SrcHiklyn. N. Y..
at 8 o'clock on T'!f-lay evening. July 31.
Interment at convenience of family.
MONTGOMERY El 'e. d into r??st Saturday
ng. July 28, Mary J.. ?rldow of Will
? M<-mt*-*omery. at tbe reeidenc? of her
?er. Mr?. Jam??? 1'. lister, 485 Cen?
tral I'ark West. Funeral convenience of
farri . it at Trinity Cimetery.
KICHOLI "r .lames A. at bit r?aid?*ice.
17 *v\^t 78th ?t., SatunUy. July ?8. 1?17.
i?*ur. Interment at convenience
H? i;n July 2S, .-ophie, l>eloved wife of
lunernl from her late re?l
Greenwich ?v., New York City.
, y M, at 1 p m. Kindly omit
.. .
HI SSl'I.I. On July 2??. Maria, widow of
. !. in her 8rth year. r un eral
service? at the Chapel of Horn?. 104th ?t
xim av., on Tu*?day, July 31.
.,? . ;-. in.
SVWYER At Presbyterian HospiUl. New
Yora City, on July 27, LUT Arthur Wil
kinmin, b.-loyed husband of ( arrte A.
? Sawyer. Funeial ?ervicr? at Kor?rat
Hill? Chapel. Boaton. Mass., at ?1 p. m.,
lay, July 2t"', 1917.
SCOTT -udlenly, on Friday. July 27, Emma
J. Scott, widow of the lat? William Scott.
in her f,':?l year. Funwal ?erviees frota?
her lat? residence. 426 West End av.,
York City. Mon-Uy. July 30. at 2:10
p n?. *
SEKBECK On July 28. at th? rectory. Ut?
Scheck, pastor of Mar-y
Immaculate Church, Heliport, Long bland,
?i of the late Richard ar.d Mar/ Seebeek.
-Ti >-e.?')i-*m on Monday. July l<?. at 10
a. m. Funeral from the residence of his
... 38 Park Pia e, Brooklyn, on Tuea-T
dav. July 31. at '?" a. in. Solemn re
?.uiern at '? ne'e ?"l.iireh The
reverend elergy, relat?trea and frienda In*
SMITH BUen, en ?' -'y 28, 1'?'.7. beloveg
r cth. ?? I -oma?, William J. and
,,. -. lu-.eral from h?r late
hattan a% . on Tuesday.
julv ? i. *?e.i.. ?? maaa at
Chart) of -t. Tbonaa the Apostle. M
t ?ral *'
?NAVKLY At 1.? Gloria, Coba, July I?*
Rev Charlee E. Sna.ely. beloveti
am! of Minnl? L. Snavely. We?r '
paper? pleas? ropy
SR1HVAN Benjamin B , suddenly. July
r.t Riaton. N. Y. s?*n of Solomon
al Srinman and brother of Da'
Ro.e and Ethel. Fun.ral at 2 e'ef
?harp, from Ro.hachild'a funeral pai "
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VAN NOS1RAND?On Saturday. July 2
1 ?17. John \V. Van Nostrand. Fu?era
aervleee a*, hi? late residence. 416 St. Niah;
?. . Moi.?lay, at 8 p. m.
WEBER Paul, In hi? 72?i year. Funei-ai
from hia late residence. 389 East 173d at"
Bronx. Monday. July M, at I :*0 p. m.
WH1TEFOR? Kannie. beioved wife ?J
Thompson Whiteford. fcsrvieti at her leM
residence. 308 Weat 114th at., Monday, f
p. m.
WRIGHT- On July 28, at hia home, ?9 Cha*
ter Place. Sherwood Park, th? Rev Clan
Wright. ?. ?, ?-fe?" "? r????r?. Fun?r?,
?.-ry.-e. nt the 1 irat M K Chn-h, 8th */
" .unt Vemon. Monday Vvwninf a
8 o'cl.K-k.
2.1.1 >i in liar;, m Train and by Troll?)}
Lola of amall aixe for aala.
Office M Kaat -Id St , N. T.

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