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For Humane Reasons The Government will not cut off all our incomes. They wish to make Taxa? tion as painless as possible. Like the man who cut off the Puppy*s tail an inch at a time?for Humane Reasons. "Trench" Cigarette Case Taking 30 cigarettes, protected from breakage and rough weather; 5% r 3% inches cloned. Tan or black military stripe leather.$5.50 Black pin morocco.$4.50 Initials stamped, 25c. extra. Cross Desk Set Comprising : 1>isk pad-blotter, SO M r l/f^h inches, address and stamp books, stationery rack with perpetual alendar in front, ink well, hand-blotter, pen brush. Glazed calfskin leather, gold tooling, complete .$35.00 Cross Foot Stool Of ivory-white enamel finish, top covering of tapestry; 15 x 10 x C\'.? inclus. Specially jiriced.$4.75 Cross Book Wagon ' Of ivory-white enamel finish, three \ shelves ; rub'icr-lircil ivheels; ,?r>1/? | inches hiyh. Specially priced. $19.00 Cross Wardrobe Trunks For men and women; S-ply veneer, fibre, covering: and binding, hanger?, -, drawers, laundry buy, ?pace for j shoe?, hat?, etc.; from. .$33 to $150 Initial* painted -without charge. Tb* World'? GrcatMt Leather Stor?* New York 404 Fifth Ay?. 253 Broadway lAt ZVh Street) (Opp. City Hall) Bo?ton London 145 Titmont St. H9 Rrgen? St f>?!?)er* Thro ux h out the World Capt. Barrett Died Fighting Far Back Of German Lines Letter From Fellow Officer Tells of Heroic Combat i Against Superior Force Buried With Honors Prisoners Give Details of Struggle to the Finish by New York Soldier _ . . i Captain F. Blanton Barrett, who left, tho city staff of Thc# Tribune to go to I'lattsburg and who was recently re? ported missing in action, was killed be? hind tho German lines "fighting: desper? ately, lighting heroically against su? perior number?." ?ecording to a letter received yesterday from a fellow of? ficer. Ho lies buried in a city far be? hind the German lines. The name of the city has been learned from German prisoners, and Captain Barrett's com? rades have resolved to mark the grave appropriately when they roach the spot. What individual exploit, of daring took Captain Barrett, so far within the enemy's lines is not divulged in the let? ter, but the writer declares that when the circumstances are known Captain Barrett's last adventure will shine as "one of the dramatic and heroic bits of gallantry" which are putting Amer? ican troops on a par with the veterans of four years of war. Several times since arriving in France the writer of the letter had seen Captain Bar fett. He was happy and confident, the writer said, and his happiness and confidence were doubled by word which reached him from home that since his departure a daughter had been born to him. Buried Far Behind Foe's Lines. The letter follows in part: "For three days I have been hoping that it would not be necessary for mo to write a letter confirming the news that Blanton Barrett is the first, so far as I know, of The Tribune group to find his last assignment in France. Now there appears to be no doubt, that he died, fighting gallantly, only a few miles from where I am writing. "A runner from the liaison patrol brought me the first news that the captain of Company Blank. -th Infantry, had boon killed. There had been a considerable scrap and it oc? curred to m<> that later information might show that he was wounded and captured--that we could think of him as missing. "To-day, however, confirmation of the original report came from the lips of Boche prisoners who had surrendered without resistance. They said that Captain Barrett had been buried in a casket in a city far behind tne Ger? man lines. I got the name of the place and some day wo shall roach that place, and when we do Barrett's grave shall have the marker it deserves. "Blanton Barrett has left one living monument which occurred to me to? night. He was one of the first news? paper men in New York City to feel the tug of the Allied cause at his heart. Started Preparedness Course "He was one of that small group of reporters who persuaded General Wood to designate an officer from Governor's island as dril master for the Newspaper Men's Tra.ning Corps. At east fifty of us who first attempt? ed to dri.i and study in that class are Nation il Army officers, must of us in the division which is mourning B an? tun Barrett. He did not guess how far his initiative wou d go when he started a preparedness course for the n en who were writing daily about America's lack of preparedness. "I wish that I could tell the story of bis death. It is one of the dramatic, heroic bits of gallantry which shows why the A. E. F. is coming gradually to rank side by side with t! e French and Eng.ish in trouncing the Hun. You may tell the friends of Captain Barrett that he died fighting desper? ately, fighting heroically airainst su? perior numbers. He had his fling at the Huns. Had he had luck with him this letter would never have been writ? ten. "His 'yon-all' with its Georgia warmth is stored in that corner of my heart whore memories aro refreshed frequently by tears unshed." 7 Reported Missing In Casualty Lists Write They're Safe The families of seven soldiers of the American Expeditionary Force who have been reported missing in action are convinced by the receipt of letters from them bearing dates subseijueni to that on which they are reported to have been missing that som? mistake bus been mude by the War Department and that their soldiers either are in hospitals or back with their companies. Edward B. Hunt, Company B, Oth Infantry, was missing in action July 18, according to an official notice re 1 ceived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret : Hunt, 117 Manning Avenue, Jersey City, j but two letters, dated the 27th and 29th, I were received yesterday from young I Hunt, telling of his safety after many i narrow escape in No Man's Land. j Private Walter Scott Clark, of Now j Brunswick, N. J., reported missing ? since July 1">, is not missing, according | to a letter received in the pressroom of Johnson & Johnson Company, where "lark was formerly employed as a printer. Th? letter is dated July 28, from a base hospital, and Clark said he was recovering nicely from shrapnel wounds Sergeant William C. O'Keefe, twenty nine years ol?l, of the 165th Infantry - the old Sixty-ninth, N. Y. -whom the War Department liste?! as m.ssing in yesterday's casyalty report, is not in the hands of the Germans but at Base Hospital No. fi, Bordeaux, according to a letter received yesterday by bis wife at her home, T.22 West Forty-third Street. Corporal Cornelius P. Englishman, of Paterson, N. J., was erroneously re? ported missing on August 12, according to his father, Krine Englishman, who received word from the War Depart? ment that the e.irporal was wounded on June 9. A letter written on July 18 by the corporal stated that he was not able to walk without a crutch, and h's father states his s?m could 1 ove hardly recovered in time to take part in battle again. Private William Feldblum, 2fi? Princo Street, N'ewnrk, is another listed us rniat?il.g whose parents received let? ter? from him dated two days Intel ' than the day on which be was report? ed to have been missed. He was crn ployed in the Tax A.khcbboi'h office be? fore being drafted and assigned to the 312th Infantry. /'rival?? Julius Zawatakl, 300 Kim Street, Ne war*, wrote to his father \ Jrly 19 that Ik- had been wounded in I both l?g(?, i'"? lutter arriving .-.bout the time ;? War Department mri-gitgc ?' Informed tiro family that Julius hud bo?l milting ?.inn- July 10. lie i:i I eighteen your? old and enlisted ?aM. 'j ft'ovembtji The Casualty List WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.?There are .509 names of soldiers and Si of marines on the casualty list made public by the War Department to-day. Of these 126 soldiers were killed in action, 3 died of disease and 14 died of accidents. There are 202 men wounded and 164 are reported as missing. The death of 12 marines is reported and 19 arc wounded. The total casualties in the army up to date amount to 19,538, and ; those for the marines 2,791. [Names without rank given are those of privaten. Those of cam missioned officers are in italics.] New York City and Vicinity ARMY Killed in Action GRAHM, Chester A., 86 Littleton Street, Newnrk, N. J. Died of Wounds O'NEILL. Daniel J., Bgt., 212 East Ninth Street, New York City. Wounded Severely CHURCH, John II., Unit., Us Broadway,\ Flushing, N. Y. FOLKS, Irving, lient., 611 Went 134th Street, New York City, HOLLINGSWORTH, Frank, lieut.. Pali? sade, N. J. HENRY, Thomas, lieut., 324 Bleacher Street, New York City. KOVBSKY, Rudolph, lient., 410 East Sev? entieth Street, New York City. MAYS. John G., lieut., D92, Riverside Drive. New York City. STEINHART, Mortimer L., lieut., 29 Ninth Avenue. New York City. BEATTY, Thomas A., 8"6 ?Park Avenue Hoboken, N. J. BERNAT, Joseph J., 08 North Ninth Street, Brooklyn. CON WAV, Theodore C, 18 Glenada Place. Brooklyn. MUTHER, Walter F., 1403 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. MALONEY, James, 1:1e? Eighty-first Street, Brooklyn SE1TZ, Philip, 268 Monroe Street, New York City. SCOTT, Patrick., 16 i Nott Street, Ixmg: Inland City, N. Y. SEFFICK, Joseph, corp., 2.r>6 Wlllard Street, Bridgeport, Conn. TOEBES. Albert, mechanic, 54 Pork Ave? nue, I'aterson. N. J. WURZBACK, Oscar H.. corp., 169 Peakine Avenue. Newark, N. J. Missing in Action TR1ZZELL, Charlen F., lient., S4 William Street, /Veto York City. AUSTIN, Frank V., 369 Eleventh ?street.! Brooklyn. AINISMAN, Nathan, sm.. 47 Boerum Street, Brooklyn. CI,ARK, Walter S.. corr.. New Brunswick. N. J. CAMPBELL, Floyd \V? 462 Rutherf->rd Avenue, Trenton, N. .1. FANNELL, Joseph J.. 323 East 127th Street, New York City. FELDBLUM, William, 26?; Prince Street, T-?ewark. N. J. (?AMBO, Joe, 2C7 Academy Street, New? ark. N. J. HO AC;, Walter H., Corp., 74 Congress Street, Jersey City. N. J. HUNT, Edward P.. 117 Manning: Avenue, Jersey City, N J. KRAJEWSKI, Stanislaus S.. ?Rt., 139 West Circular Street, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. KART. John, 1" West, 11<Uh Street, New York City. LEGGIO, Gaspnro, 14$ Georgia Avenue, Brooklyn. N El LAN, Joseph P., sftt.. 3S7 West Fifty eighth Street, New York City. WEIN ER, Harry, 814 Myrtle Avenue. Brooklyn. YOUNG, Harvey M.. 204 West 12Sth Street, New York City. Elsewhere Character of casualties is indicated a? follows: (K) killed in action; (W) wounded; (D A) died of accident or other causes; (D W) died of wounds; (D D) died of disease; (M) missing; (P) prisoner. ARMY o ALABAMA JONES, Louis T., corp., Huntersvillc (W). ' M'CASKILL, Haley. Troy (K). ARKANSAS: CHAVEN, Charlie. Beauxlte (K>. MEADOR. Walter I,.. Wnlcott (Ml. M'CULLOUGH, Bennie S., Hope (Ml. ARIZONA: GLADIN. Scott D., Tollison (\V). CONNECTICUT: MANGINO, Giuseppi, Thompsonvllle (M). PRUDHON, C. A., sgt., Farmington (W). CALIFORNIA: CARNEY. Hutrh L.. Campoell (Mi. DAONINO, Attile, San Krancisco (Ml. DAMICHALIS. Alex., Centreville (W). i FISCHER, Percy J? Stockton (M). LAMBERT. George, Fresno (K). COLORADO: ARCHULETA, Ricardo, Walensburg (W). ' BARTSCH, Fnink J.. Abbott (W). GEORGIA: KINGERY, James R., lieut.. ?.Summit (M). M'KENZIE, Francis C, limit., Rome, (W). STOW, James /?'., lieut., Eatonton (K). EDWARDS, J<j1ip C, Ft. Vaines (K). FULLER, John H., Columbus (M). PHILLIPS. Clifford, Rome i\Vi. OLIVER, Isaac D., Bainbridgc (W). IDAHO: GREEN. Jaspe;- S., Wilder (W). HILLSTEAD, D. W.. corp.. Preston (W). WJMMER, Carl, Lewiston (W). ILLINOIS: ANt?-~HSON. Wm? sgt., Edgewater (W). BLAYLOCK, John A? Dahlgren (M). CAl.WKT, El n C? St. Jam?-* (W). CLOWRY, John J., Chicago (ME DAV DSON, Ralph, Sand va! (W). n^noTiBFl AO?1E, Camiel A'kinson (M). FOSTER. Frank U., Carlyle (Wi. CO' r>*'AN. Basil B., ChicaKO (ME COCHRAN, Paul. Chicago (K). KOK C 1. Frank. Chicago ?Mi. KANTORSKI, Stanley J., Chicago (M). PIHMANN. Arthur [.., Chicago ?Mi. PEAK. Alfonso, hurler Danville (K). 1 UTE, Richard .!., Chicai-o (M). M1K;?S ohn J., Chicago (Wi. RICHARDSON, Robert A., ?gt.. Mound City (Wi. SV "N"> Pa-^iia'e. Winnetka (M). SAT 1TPNS. Joseph. Chicago (Mi. SZYMANOWSKI, William, Chicago (M). SPEIGEL, Charles. Chicago (Mi. STOK. Gorge, DeKalb iWi. BERNSTEIN, Samuel, Chicago (W). NEU '.. Thomas H., Aurora (Wi. VERHULST, Florent, Chicago (M). W ES ALO. Jacob, Chicago (M), INDIANA: JOHNSON, I . /.'.. (l'eut., howc? (IV). LEWIS, Charlea S., ir., lient., Indian? apolis ? ?'?. AM RHEIN, Carl. Greem.berg (W). BURNS, Paul, Indianapolis (DA). BAILEY, Ki'.v H., Liberty (M). DIDDLE, Floyd, Corp., Mecca ?Ml. BISH, Karl, Indianapolis (W). CURRY, .lame? II., Indianapolis (W). HEINY, Arzn L., Noblesville (W). G1BERSON, Cecil, Indianapolis (K). GOO'MtK II. Harold C. Crown PL (K). JOHNSON, Gleason, Mineral City (M). HAKLhY, Will.am R., Indianapolis (ML KEITH, Earl G., Scottsburg (M). MUDDY, Gerald, Newcastle (K). PARVIS, Haul J.. bugler, Muncie (WL ROSS, George, Terr?? Haute (W). SMTCHOWSVl. Stanislaw, So. Rend (M). STEWART, Robert C, Evansville (M). SUTPHIN, Raymond, Jonesboro (DD). WESTFALL, Ellis O., Vinconnw. VV1DLEY, Edward, Earl Lark (W). IOWA: BARNES, Lyle VV., (?nimby (K). CHESLEY, Walter, Des Moines (M). DVE, Clifford, ("enter l'oint (Ml. FULLER, Leonard C, Sbelbrock (K). LENNING. I!<?!'t IL. Thor (K l. DEMKU1L, John G., sgt., Sheldon (W). POWNELL, Henry E., Ottumwa (W). WALSH, Edw. J., Albia (Ml. KANSAS: MARTIN, Ilium II., lient.. Emporta < H') DIXON, Douglass, Parsons (Mi. HOWARD. Levlowe E.. Hutchinson (K). HUTCHENS, Harvey L., Elk City (Wi. JONES, Fred A., sgt., Kansas City (W). MOLER, Ran/.;?. Pottawatomio (Wl. SPELLMAN, William D., corp., Valle\ Fa!Ik (W). UHLENHOP, Henry, Lconardville (K). KENTUCKY: BUSSLE, Charlie, London (WL BELCHER, Ereil. Reicher (M). DA.LHEIM. Elmer R., Newport (WL LYONS James, Ijinsville iK). RAYNER, Joseph C, bugler, Douglas (W) LOUISIANA: ALFORD, Floyd, Cobum (W,. MAINE: CRESSEY. G. T.. Livermore Falls (Wi DEANE, Rlendon F.. Skowhcgan (M). LOI'EM AN. Edward. Brldgeton (K>. TRIPP. Percy G., Well* (Mi. VOLIN, (??o. J.. mechanic, Pittsfleld (Kl MARYLAND: i'OE. 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Holyoke (K) NICKERSON, H. J., con.., GlouccstBr (W) QUERY, R H, corp., Springfield <\v? SEFKICK, Joseph E.. Boston (W). SINKENS, Steve s., Boston (Mi -si'll.LER. Isaac, L? m, (M). SI'FIGEL. Charit-?, Chicago ?Mi ANGERS, r. I?... mechanic, Springfield (W) KCKLES, T. S., corp., Millord HVi. CLOUGH, Arthur L., corp., Wayvill? (W). FINN, George W., corp., Welburn (Wi. FRAPPIER, A. O., corp., Springfield (WE GLEASON, J. T., corp., East Boston (W). .TODOIN, Arthur J.. Lowell (W). WHITAKEK. Herbert A., Worcester (KE CHAMPOUX, F. L., sgt., Greenfield (WE SWIFT, Charles F., Corp., Fairhaven (WE SMITH, Walter N., sgt., Manchester (W). NEI SON, Roy C, Corp., Maynard (W). ALIX, Edward J? Worcester (WE ANDERSON. Patrick. Whitlnville (Wi. BERTHIAUME, Victor. West Warren (WE BUSS, Herbert S., Worcester (W). COR.IAY, Peter, S??ringfield (WE ALESKANDROWICZ, J. J.. Webster (WE IIA K ER, George W., Worcester (W). BROWN, Edwin. Lowell (Wi. BROWN. Albert B.. Lowell (WE CENTOIS. Eli H., Worce?ter (WE G ARC EAU, William IE. Marlboro (W). PERRY. Anthony, Springfield (WE M'Nt'ETY. William N, Lawrence (W). NOBLES. Arthur F., Springfield (W). PIKE. Walter E.. Haverhill (WE SCHAFFER, George W? Pittsfield (W). GLEASON, Wni. G? sgt., S. Boston (W). VAUTRAIN, I. J., Indian Orchard (D AE GOSHGOR1AN, Sarkio, Worcester (W). HERD. Arthur H., Lynn (K). FREDD, Harvey J., E. Sandwick (WE LYNCH, Joseph A., Lawrence (W). LYNCH. Daniel M., Cambridge (D AE MEEIIAN. John R. ?gt., Dorchester (K). MONTEITH, William R., Alston (K). MICHIGAN: LEWIS, Unroll G., rnjtt.. Houahton (W). BUTTS, Dewev C, corp., Mu?kcgun (W). BUCKORI, Nick. Detroit. (KE CANNEEL, S. W., Pontinc (Kl. T ' K. M cha*?' A . Il v c;<v (W). MT'PRAY. Morris B., Pellsto'i (ME RYCFNGER, I.ee J., Graml Hiven (D A). S^NDUSKY. Joseph. Stanwood (M). STNC AIR, Samuel E., Detroit (A). MTNVrSO'*'A : AND' RSON.'William R.. St. .Tnmss (KE El T IG. Otto II.. Wi-thro-e (ME HOWAT.T, \xel N. Fgt, Diibith (W). I ARSON, Hans, Rochester (M). NH SON I-i-nus. "? I c in Falls 'KE f"(v."i ' Wm H . F n< ty ? n (W). WI1 SON. Harry. Minnen? olis (WE ZEMAN. I ouis A., sgt., Waconia (W). MISSOURI: MERSHON, Vane,-., lieut., Ruckner OVE fU)'"'l:--. !.. O., Haut., Lexington (IV). BAYER. Otis L., Kansas Citv (W>. DENN'SON. Snmue' P., St. Louis (ME WATSON. George N., Kaosas City (M). WOODS, George C, Dearborn (M). MONTANA : t:r-'t^ ?i-'-r?, Cl-arles L., Roy (D A). CHAEFFER, Charles L., Roy (D AE NEBRASKA: BAKER, Sterling,'corp., Seward (M). DICKSON, Frederick R., Benson (ME MILI ER. I'ibert Franklin Mitchell (M). QUAKFNBURG, Clinton F? Blngham (K). j S? ??viru'?\ Frank. South Omaha (ME WIENER. Buchard IE, Waco (KE WALKER, Conrad, Hastings (M). NEW HAMPSHIRE: HAGEMANN, Eugene C, Nashua (DA). EOVF.PN, Ralph J? Hancock (KE TAYI OR. Samuel, East Jeffrey (WE j WOODS, Rene, Sandown (K). i NEW JERSEY: CLARK. Walter Scott, corn . New Brunt wick (M). KIRK. Walter J. Camden ai. I MARTIN, Faul A., corp., Nutley (Ml. PLATT, Charles P., corp., Thorofare (ME URBANSKI, Adam, Perth Amhoy (ME ! NEW MEXICO APPEE'/.EEAR, David, La Me?a (W). NEW YORK: CHURCHILL, End R? lieut., Httfftdo (K). OLIVER, Ciarme.- /,'., cai>t., Elmira 11, ightx (M). j OhDFfELD, .1. C. lieut., Carmen ill,: (A'E RICE, Gorman IE. lieut., Syracuse (HO. AUSTIN, Pearl C, Herman (Mi. BREKNER, Louis, Syracuse (M). CHAPMAN, Robert S? Carona (M). CLARK, Ciarence E., Niagara Falla (K). DANIELS, Raymond W., corp., Bingham ? ton i M i. CLARK, Simon J.. Oneida (ME CLASS, Solomon, Rochester ?M>. FINACCHIARO, Antonino, Rochester (ME FOEEY, Harvey E? corp., Westfield (Mj. HAWKINS, John R.. Binghamton (Ml. AUTOS-TIRES--BODIES WinterAutos?"Now" : HAVE SOMB cool? ONES?DON'T UESITATEI Cadillacs, Packard?, Mercera, Singers. Co.cs ,SV Uonals, Liberty, Il'iileona, .Mitchell.?.. M armons. Etc Etc . Limousines. I,nti'ln.iil??U?'n. Sedans ALSO?TOURING AND RUNABOUTS; ALL, AT I VERY LOW PRICES ; Demonstrations Giren; Ka? y J'ajmcnt? Arra.-i?oil ! 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Buffalo (M). VOLL, Walter, Utica (Ml. JOHNSON. Edward B, Amsterdam (WL MILLS, Walter F., Rochester (W). NORTH CAROLINA: CANADY, Alvin R., corp, Bughill (K). DAVIS, Hannible. sgt. Marshal! (M). KILDEBRAND, Fred M.. corp.. Mila (W). LUPTON, Clyde E., Corp., Newbern (W). MOORE, Hubert L., corp-. Canton (K). SUDDRETH, Clarence R-, sgt., Lenoir (W) NORTH DAKOTA: KING. Raymond W\. Baker (W). SMITH, Albert, corp., Milner ?KL OREGON: SMITH, Edward A., Portland (Ml. OHIO: APRIELLA. Nick. Cleveland ?ML BUEGAL, Albert H., Canton (K). EVANS, Morgan Wr., corp., Columbus (M). GASTON. James, Cincinnati (ML HUPP, Frank L., Cumberland (Ml. ISH. James S., sgt., Cleveland (Wi. SMITH, Charles, corp., Canton (A). LYON. George K., Cleveland (M). LOGSDON, Clarence R.. Killbriek ?Ml. LEA, Lloyd H., corp., Aahlev (Wl. MATHENY. Okey, Marietta iW). WILSON. Case!, Chillicothe (Wl. PRICE. Walter R., sgt., Crooksville (W). SOVINE, Pife, Perrysville (Mi. WHALEY. W. W., corp., Columbus (WL WIETE, Clifford H., Cincinnati ?Mi. OKLAHOMA: FORSYTHE. Albert L? Leedy (M). HALL. William H., Blue Jacket (Mi. HARRY. George, Hennessey (M). HARTMAN, Frank P., Noble (K). HEDGES, Claud F., Cestos (ML HOOPER, George F., Sulphur (ML HOWF.LL. Edward L., Mollette ?Ml JOHNSON, Edwin K., Stillwater (K). KARR. James A., Shawnee (K). KINNIKIN, Thomas J., Savanna (ML LOWMAN. Charles W.. Yale <M). MARGRAVE. ClilTor?! F.. OlusU?.; (Mi. ROBERTS, G. E., sgt., Muskogee (W). WILSON. William C, Earlsboro ?ML TYNER, Elijah A., Maud iWL PENNSYLVANIA: HUGHES, Norman //.. lient., Philadel? phia (*). ?RANDALL, Frank T., Philadelphia (WL BISCHOF, Henry J., Johnstown (W). CLAYCOME, Robert H.. Somerset (KL CROOM. Charles, sgt., Duryea (ML CRISSELL, Stanley, Brooklyn (Mi. KUCINSCY, Lee J., Philadelphia (WL FOSTER. Eugene F.. Du Bois (ML GIOIA, Alfonso, Scottdale (ML JEWELL, Victor A., Heaver Falls (KL GOLDSTEIN. Israel, Philadelphia (Ml. HAGAN, Alfred C, Wilkinsburg (Mi. HENLY, Raymond F., Hamburg (Ml. IRONS. William E.. sgt.. Burrows iMl. KOSTICK, Mike, corp?, Frostburg ??Wi. KEYS. Charles D., sgt.. Philadelphia (K). LENNON, Francis R., Pittsburgh (KL MATTHEWS, A. W., Philadelphia ?KL MOKAVERO, Louis. Philadelphia (Ml. RUFFO, Joseph, Philadelphia (Mi. LINDSAY. George E., New Brighton (A). HELLWIG, John W., Columbia (A). HARTWICK, Oscar, Mercer (A). GANTY. Frank C. Philadelphia (A). MOKOSKI, Joseph, S. Bethlehem (Wl. POND, Daniel L., Athens (Wi. ROSSA, August. Woodlawn (WL 7.AKAROSKA. P. P., Philadelnhia (WL SCHULTZ. Joseph, Corp.. Nanticoke (M). SHAMANSKI. W. A., ML Cartel (WL SLAVIK, John J., Ha/.Ieton (Mi. RNOWRERGER. Hilton R.. Boswell (M) SNEYD, Harry D., Catasqua (WL FISHHIRN, Amon E., Philadelnhia (A) TANNER. Samuel. Philadelphia (ML THULL, Ferdinand J , Now Brighton (M) TURNEY, Raymon.l. tvittanning (ML M'FARLAND, V. W., New Brighton (A) TRESSLER. John C, sgt., Meyersdale (A) TRUTH. Frank L.. corp., N. Brighton (A) REINHART, Frank W., corp?, Philadel pblrt CAL CLAWSON. H. S.. corp.. Latrobe (A). WILSON, Harry, Philadelphia (ML por'ed killed. TETZER, Wallace W., lieut. enl.. Mul len (KL CORMAN, Abram IL, sgt. major. Grens burg (K). HERBERT, R. /?'.. lieut., Grcensburg (Wi MASSEN. Thos., lient., Philadelphia (Kl ' MYERS. Wm. E., lieut.. Germantown (W) ARN AD. Carlo, Philadelphia (Ki. BENNINGER, Ray'd R-, Uniontown (K BYERS, Benjamin F?, Ligonier (IC). 1 BRENNER, William R. Lancaster (K). BOI.K'H. John IL. Koonsville (K). BRANDT, Harry W., Corp., Altoona (K BTSHOP, M. I... sgt, Connellsv?lle (K BROOKMAN, Floyd, Scottdale (Kl BUCHANAN, Bert, Wayncsboro (K). CARSON, D. F., mechanic. Altoona (K) CAMPBELL. John ". Vandorgraft (KL COOK. Patrick J., New Sal n (KL CLARK, William C. Penn I! in (W). DRUGES, Louis F., corp., Johnstown iK DISTLER, Walter H-, Philadelphia ?K>. DUNCAN, Norman L, In?! an?. (W). ERB. Francis L., Connellsville (K). Fl OS. W.ll am, Owensdalo (K). FARRELL, James L?, Wayneeboro (Kl. FLETCHER, Frank. Philad Iplv'a IK). FUREY, Wil'am J, Sharrn (KL FANEAN, Bernard E, Ph?adelnhla <K GU1NCHI. Agostino, Parsons (K). ?RAHM. Charles F, Connellsville (KE GARDNER. Howard J., Tyrone (K). GIBBLE, Amraon, Manheim <K>. GERLACHER. G. W., sgt., Tamaqua (W). I HAMILTON, Wilbur H., Everson (Kl. HOWARD', Lerlower E. Hutchinson (K). JACOBS, Raymond F., Sharpsburg (Kj. , KISSEL, Jos. W., Bgt, Seranton ?Kl. KNIGHT, Ed. IE, sgt., Philadelphia (Kl. KNIGHT. F. H.. Bgt., Philadelphia (K).| KEEEY. Phillip V.. Erna (K). KOHLER, Norman O, Fayetteyille (K?K. ; KISS. Clayton S.. Columbia (K). KLOPPICK, Henry A.. Pittsburg (K>. KNAPP. David L? Philadelphia (KL I LA1RD, Geo. W., corp., Philadelphia (K). EWSER, Horace L., Richland (K). LESSIG, Harrv B, Leechburg ?Kl. LEV INE Meyer. BlairsviUe (K). LANINGER, George IE, Pittsburgh (KE MURRAY. Thos., corp., Philadelphia (KE V" V T. -':,? H., Union City (K). MIDDLESWORTH, L. H? Milton iW). MOONEY, John P., Philadelphia (KE M"?>'EV .lohn J.. Philadelphia ?KE MILKO, John A., E. Pittsburgh (Ki. M'HENRY. James G.. sgt, Indiana (WE, MAKEIN, Sidney C. Indiana (W). MARSHALL, Paul W., Motumgahela (WE MATH1CT, Cyrus. Columbia (WI. O'V-'S. W-Iliam E? sgt., Clymer (W). OBER, William S.. Lovejoy |W). E. ?..i. Ottomer R.. Clearfield (WE PATTERSON. Hugh E., BlairsviUe (W). j PINDER. Charles F., Johnstown (WE PARASKEVAS. Johanas. Rochester (WE RANKIN. George R.. Amontown (KE SIMMONS, W. E.. corp., Hatfield (KE STEINER, David, corp., Philadelphia (WE PHILIPS. Newel F., Indiana (Wi. SIMONS, Wil'iam P.. Wysox (WE TKHXAL. Earl, Latrobe (W). D lohn L. Philadelphia (WE JACKSON, Rieh. B., Philadelphia (W). O'BRIEN, William J., Duquesne (WE WOOD, Ja.s. F., William Penn (W). BAER, Joseph C, Masontown (W). BAKEY. John J.. Philadelphia (WE REACH. William IL, Shamokin (W). ' COMPER, Elmer B., Connellsv?le (WE GESSELMAN, Lloyd, Lewiston (W). HUFFMAN, Wilbert G? corp., Home wood ? D AE ACKEEY. Charles I.., Westfleld (D AE "Died in aeroplane accident. (A> Previously reported missing, now re? ported killed. RHODE ISLAND: DE DONNA, Raffaels. Bristol ?Ml. HASSETT, J. R., bugler, Providence (W). MATHEW, John B? Providence (ME WILLIS, James W., Providence (W). SOUTH CAROLINA : MARSHALL, T. R., lieut., Columbia (IE). COOPER, Joe R., Lauren? (M). LYNCH. Jesse C. Clinton (ME OWENS. Ellis A.. Blacksburg (WE SOUTH DAKOTA: COACH Eli, Wm. lt., cap?.. Mitchell (IV). STEIGER, Emanuel. Glenham (ME TENNESSEE: CASADA, Arthur J.. sgt.. Oneida (ME PACINI, Joe, Memphis (ME RO \CH. Herbert B., Jackson (WE STRUNK, Albert, L.. corp.. Memphis iKE KANE. B.D., lieut.. Fort Worth (W). ROBERTS. Victor W., Brownswood (W). BAKER, Silas W., Seymour (Ml. HECTOR, Cass F., Coleman (ME HULSON; Zid. Centralia (M). SMITH. Peter, sgt., El Paso (W). WALDES, Leopoldo. Suspanico (ME ZEIGLER, Robert S-, Longview (M). VIRGINIA: BULLION. Early, Woodlawn (ME COFER, Robert, L, Corp., Danville (W). GIR^ON, Isaac IL, Roan oke (M). HERRINGTON, S. M., Oak Dale (ME 1N.MAN, Sam J? Corp., R. F. D. 1, Whit mell (K). IRVING. Thomas J.. Earlysville (Mi. RENTELL, H G., Corp., Schoolfie'd(D A). WOREEY John /.., Benhama (M). WASHINGTON: BIGELOW, Edw. S., corp.. Colfax (ME ECKROUT, Charles I... Bremerton (Ml FARR'NGTON, J. B., Farmington (W). HANSFORD. Theodore, Seattle ?Ml. MARCOTTE, Joseph A., Winlock (I) AE V.'K'Y. Laird A., corp., Seattle (K). ! V*N ?i?-'R7.EE, A. J.. Burlimiton (DA). , WISCONSIN: CIE II-XZYK. Jacob. Orandon (WE WILLIAMS, Fred ().. Neosho (W). ITALY: CAPRIOTTI, Carlo. Ascoli (K). RUSSIA : PALUSJK, Mike, Waiwnun (K). Ariny Casualties Summary Reporte?! Tota! Auk. 10 to date Killed in action. 12G 5,184 D ed of ?!-? ase. :; 1 563 Died of accident. 14 696 Lost at sea. ? 291 Total cteaths. 14.1 7.714 ! Woun Id . . I'"?; 10,012 Missing . V. ) 1,812 rotais . ?? I 19,53-S Marine Casualties Summary Deaths . 12 84?I ?'? ?,,!??! . ' ? 1,849 Missing . Total . ;:i 2,793 U. S. Service Cross Awarded to Seven Of Pershing's Men Three Officers and Four Privates Decorated for Valor at Front One Saves His Squad Catches Grenade, Hurls It Out of Dugout Door, but Loses Hand WASHINGTON. Aug. 10.?Award of the Distinguished Service Cross to three oflicers and four privates for gal? lant conduct at the front was an? nounced to-day in General Pershing's communiqu? for Sunday. It follows: ".action A?Aside from artillery activity and fruitless hostile raids in the Vosges, there is nothing to re? port. "Section li The commander in chief has awarded Distinguished Servie?? crosses n> the following members of the American Expedi? tionary Force for the acts of gal? lantry ?et forth after their names: "Second Lieutenant Carl C. Rice, machine gun battalion, in com? mand of a machine gun section: On June '?. 101^, near Ch?teau Thierry, France, he was wounded soon after the advance began, but refused to have bis wounds dressed for fear it would delay the movement. He bravely continued to load the section until he fell from exhaustion. "Private Theodore Pisticoudis, ma? chine gun battalion: When three infantrymen were buried, by a shell explosion near Chateau Thierry, .lune 6, 1018, be fearlessly left shelter in ! the face of a heavy shelling and rescued them. "First Lieutenant H. C. Molt'8 ; berry, engineers: In the vicinity ??f i Le Thiolet, en the night of June 6-7, ! 1018. he courageously took command : of and efficiently directed the ad? vance of an infantry unit when all of its officers bad been kiiled or ? wounded. "Private Jefferson Holt, ?,??? !:i'al detachment, engineers, and Private Charles RaflRngton, medical detach ? ment, engineers: During the day ' and night of June 2-3, 1918, they ex? posed themselves t?? severe and con tinuous fire beyond call of duty in 1 order to bring aid to wounded engi ? neers and marines. "'First Lieutenant Charles C. Rent fro, infantry: For three days, July 15-18, 1018, before St. Agnan, France, he went without sleep in order to rare for the wounded, and performed his work fearlessly without shelter und?-?r continuous bombardment. "Private George \Y. Holly, infan? try: On th? night of June 23, !.<!?. I near Baccarat, France, he attempted t ? catch a hand grenade thrown into . h? ?1 oi of bis ?; ?:?,-?? U by a Gc rman and did succeed in diverting it and thereby saving from death or injury a number of his comrades, but in *^ effort lost most of hi8 hand." Captain Charles J. Biddle of Ai?' ?usia, Penn., was the American a^T who brought down a German .5?, m Lorraine, mentioned in (Je Perslung's official communiqu? 'yT gust 17. Additional detaiis uta tamed in Section B of the commua^ tor that oay, made public to-day t. follows: "' ' "Section B?The following 4^. of the aerial combat referred to il Section A have been reported in L ruine: "Captain Bid?!'?? broupt* .tism. Bumpier machine northwett * Beuxi?n iS-aux-Daracs at 5:40 o'c! ? in the afternoon of August ],;_ ^ observer was killed and the pi-u! wounded, but the machine landed il' tact." N. Y. Man Killed As Huns Bomb Hospital Thomas F. Moore, acting super?at?, dent, of the Society for the Preventing of Cruelty to Children, received^ tei yesterday from Ernest K. CoulJ former superintendent, who now i8 officer m the Quartermaster's Cor?s1 France, telling of the death of ^?rl William B McLoughlin? ?ftfe Infantry, formerlv a sne-lai ?*?otk of the society, stationed at th? v?T ville uolice court. McUu? * killed by a bomb dropped Tro?a ? man plane on 8 Red Cross dw?? station. u-w?8lig "According to the story tolH ? -. one of Ms comrades," wrote irr < ter, "he was wounded in the first ? now going on and was carried !? chateau near by which was being ?IS as a dressing station. Whiu h. . d there boche 'planes ramcl? 2 bombed the ?dVess ng station Jiv. n? the Red Cross flag wa? A???* tried to hnd the f pot w&Sc?SS line was buried, for ,n these dav, * " men are buried quickly, but ??' possible for me to find the grave? Boy Thrice Wounded By Torpedo and Mine PASSAIC. X. J? Aug. 19.- Mrs A W i bomas, ol 27 McLean ?Street, who got a telegram from her nineteen-year-o'd ?son, Fred, Friday, saying, "'Goodby , mother; I'm jroing somewhere," got 4 message to-day from the Canadian Red : t'ross saying that Fred ?as |n 8 na]? j fax Hospital, the ship on which he had embarked having been torpedoed "He'll get over ?t all right? f.,d Mrs. pomas, after she hud read th? -?eon, message. "!Ie alway? flo?s And Fred 5aid he didn't want to ?a? ? ?round Passaic for fear something might happen to him." ? Fred ran away from home in lBifi joined a British regiment and was oli bis way to France when his moth** ; got him back through the State De' partment. Soon afterward he signed ' up on a munition boa? and made a trio t? Italy. ' $ I JO RENTS VACUUM f'jr one ?day. 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