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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1918.
ARMY ORDERS Special nupatch to Tun Sen. TTA8H1SUTON, Mrch i. Th. follow. Ic nny orders eri announced by th. YVsr I)tpflmnl to-cisys KEUl'I.R ARMY. Infantry. Tetlowln from Kortlslli ti Twenty-ninth FlrKt Unitensnta Infantry Ilsserva CcteH J. Cmpbell, W, U Hyers. J. H. Bursn, II. I". Antes. A. M. Burn!'. W. J Hynn. A. 13. (Headman. Tollonlnr Second Lieutenants Fortieth to TuenD-nlnth: II. J. Endres, K. 1.. Matt, E. Loin;, uuiiir. HonorabU dlscharf of Major II, K. Mot ( calf announoed. C'apt. A. C. Merrtman. Coast xmn.r M iKi'wRi l''l,,J';,our,h rM ArtMlary, Medical Carp. Promotion ef rirat Lieut. P. I Blair Jo Caotaln announced. t Trill report v utr-Biin umsion ror auiy. Mlacetlaiwana. Appointment of 8. Morris. Jr. r?iln riimiuiii-TH, tin win report 10 uenirai .limine from Twenty-second Infantry to ' Department. Chlcato. for duty, TMrlythlrd Infantry! Klrat Menta. a. Follomn appolntmenta and promotions H,im. .. It. Morn. T. V. Mulvet'. rat'.otrlni feennrt I.leutenunts of the Ttren t.rcond Infantry to Thirty-third In lintry! II. C. Reed. C. t. Johniton, V. V. Stone. Jr.. R. I. Pappe. appointment of Capt. J. M. Duntnp. 140th, (o tame trade, Quartrrmaatcre Reaerre Corps, announced. He will proceed to Quartermaater.Oenersl, ieiond Lleuts. t II. Thompaon and I, C. Baser to Auetln, Tel., Unlveralty of Teasa, March 30. rapt t. t. Elsenhower from duty at Fort Leavenworth, Kantaa, to (.Ixty-nflh En- gln'tra, camp .Mnae, uaryinnii, annuunfAil i To.. b" Klr"1 Lieutenants Second Lleuts. C. P. Heynnlda, W. O. l.uszombe, Jr., II. A. Ilardlnc, K K. MsnlleM, T. A. K1'"' F- ' Furber. R. A. Clapp, II. II l'av. Jr. mnA Tl ln.1.1.. Tob? "econd Lieutenants First Perieants oiurtr, u. r. rarrinatnn and u B. mover, Jr.: Regimental Serf eant-Major N J nli Serteanta II. w. Ourant, II. D. pray. V. W. Knauth and J. 11. (.. l'enhsllow. Above officers will re- 1 1 """vaiim Division for duty. Promotions and appolntmenta announced: n -npininrirai Lieut, k. Maddoi. jlilor T. J. Mnrrlesev from detail a Major ! To 1,0 l',r"t Lieutenants Second Lleuts. rnllippin" ccom". wicn iti urocefn ( ' V; u"vrr( a. r;. oglivy, W. on PhUl. fnitcil State, then to Chlcamauia Park, I ' . Wanton and E. J, I.er. fl. . tnr dut. rmvltlonal apolntmnt of Klrat TJeut. J. J, Hudson, Twelfth Infantry, terminated. Cart. C. Teat from Thirty-third to jwenty-nlnth Infantry. Cavalry- Ttmperary promotion of following an- nuncei : To be Colonals: Lleut.-Cols. J. B. liar bord, P. I). nockentnch, K. Walker. A. M. Miller, C. B. Crake, II. o. Wlllard, J P. Wade. O. V. Hell, A. O. Ixtt, S". Dallam, Vf. Kelly, Jr., A. 13. Kennlna: ton, E. P. Orton, I. B. rowere, r. H. Pep. II. A. Slert, P. A. Murphy, F. T. Arnold. To 1.4 Lleutenant-Colonela: Majora H. C. Whitehead, W, D. Chltty. O. K. Mitchell, II, C Pmlther, C. n. Day, w. II. sic formack, C. S. Ilabcock, II. Rubottom, A. l.lpplncott, C. W. Van Way, J. Oneth, V I). Dixon. V. 1.H S. Rockwell. O. B. romley, C. CI. Harvey, n. M. Thomai. (I H. Rodney. A. H. DavldaonC. A. Rach, D. II. Riddle. W. l II. Oxlaon, (i. W Wlnterburn, I.. Foertter, V, P. Moffet, A. F. Commltkey, W. A. Cornell, (I. .1. OJen, J. E. Shelley, li Calvert, K. fr. Payer. U. Palmer, J. E. Fecnet. P. W Corbusler. I". M. Jonee, J. A. Wag nrr. A. Miller, W. S. Wella. W. II. Clop ton. Jr., R. M. Nolan, W. O. Reed. II. (llbblna, C. O. Thomae, Jr.. K. R. Tomn klna. A. Pollon, O. A. Purlngtnn, O. W. Blegler. F. W. Glover, L. S. Carsjn, A. B. Cote. T. M. Coughlan, J. Huston. To be Majors: Capte V. La S. Rockwell, B. Palmer, J. E. Fechet. V. M. Jon. B. M. Nolan. C. A. Sloane, a. F. Bailey. W. O. Meade, o. Kent, M. C. BNMnl, II. N. Munro, II. T. Bull. J. K. Herr. J, r. Taulbeo, A. W. Smith. W. W. Ed warde, W. W. Gordon. G. E. Nelaon, T. I. Sherburne, K. Addla. a. B. Hunter, H. O. Pratt, W. N. Henaley. Jr.. R. Rlalne, F. T. Dlckman, O. W. De Ar mon.l. J. O. Quekeineyer, F. M. Andrewa, J C King. O. L. Converse, Jr.. D. A. Robinson. II. I.. Burch, E. M. Whiting, T.. O. Kllott. CI. II. Wyman. V. R. Bell, H. W. P.alr.1. A. II, Jonet, C. U Steven tor., r. K. Chapln. II. L. Wataon. M. B. Jtuih. A. W. noblne, W. D. Oeary, C. P.i i naniuer. ji. i. minoaii. A. ifonne, w. I,. Mooac, F. S. Snyder, W. C. ChrlMy. f. Doak, L. Wadworth. Jr.. fi. W. Son. fid. W. C. McChord. W. R. Henry. O. 1' Patten. It. M. Cheney, L. W. Mcln tjih. Tt. K. Cummlnt, A. L. .Tamee. Jr., J. C. Rolitere, P. (lor.lon. II M. Hlrkam. II M. Oronlnger, S- Kiting, J. K. Hroi- n, H. D. Ni'wniari, W, H. Oarrteon. .tr S M Williams. II. W. Hall. E. V. lurncer. Jr., A. E. Wllbourn, E. O. Col lum, W Hrwln. Cjpt. P Itihorg. Thirteenth, to Four teenth Machine Uun Battalion. CipL A. V. Newman, to Fifteenth Ma chine CVin Battalion, for duty. rrerltlonal Second Lieut, f. F. Miller. Twenty-fourth, to Twentieth Field Ar tillery, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Medlcatl Corn. Major F. N. Chilton, from Fort I.earen eorth. Kansas, to Fort Jtlley, Kantu, for iluty, Flnt IJeut. K. F. Kesmodel, from Camp SImO, Maryland, to Camp Dix. New Jtriey. netital rorpa. To e Second Lleuten'a'nta Sergeants U ....... o-rgcani-Majors II. 11 Mc- Klnnon and F. M. Jordan; Battalion 8er-'eant-MaJor J. Denatr. Above officers .tiii ropori 10 camp Kearny, California, for duty. To b".,F,Cf.1. I-'sutenanta Second Lleuta. , J.1, .KllnUerfuss, C. R. Wilton. R. .! "L- Morion. I E. Hansen. F. O. Halstead and M. J. Moore. Above offlcera will report to Camp Doniphan. Oklahoma, for duty. nb1 '"'T"1 Ueutenanta Second Lleuta. J. P. Handera on. II. B. Cadwetl, J. B. Heck- ert and F. B. Smith. r J?"!.1"1 Lleutennnte Flrat SergeanU IT. F. Dobyna and R. B. Donkertley. Above officers will report to Camp Kearny. California. Major C. D. Davidson, from duty In office of Inapector General. Washington. D. C. to Newport News. Vs. Honorable discharge of following an nounced: Second Lieut. E. L. Jones. ii'P': S- OHworth, First Lieut. H. P.. Bristol and Major L II. Younger. NATIONAL ARMT. Infantry. Iave of abence granted to Col. F. P. Hut ton extended two months. Major J. F. Taulbee, honorably discharged as Major of Infantry, N. A. ' Leave of absence until March t granted to Flrat Lieut. W. Adler. Capt. J. p. Cudahy honorably discharged. Ceaut Artillery Corps. First Lieut. L. C, Knotts. from thla city to Camp Meade, Maryland, Army Ar-tlllcrj-. for duly. Sanitary Corps. Appointments announced: 11. p. Gurney as First Lieutenant and will report to Surgeon-General: A. W. Clurman aa Flrat Lieutenant and will proceed to rort Luavennorth, Kansas; 1 s. Will lama as First Lieutenant and will pro ceed to Camp Meade. Maryland: Ser geant E. J. Noble aa Flrat Lieutenant and will proceed to Philadelphia, Hero Manufacturing Company, for duty; Ser geant (first class) A. U Lloyd aa First Lieutenant and will proceed to Newport Newt, Va.i W. Sampeon as First Lieu tenant and will proceed to Washington, D. , to report to Surgeon-General: A. M. Lund ae Major and will proceed to Fort Oglethorpe. Georgia, Camp Green leaf, for duty. Quartermaster Corps. J Appointments announced: urn.. n. ii.niinrr, oi'.in in fantry. N. A., to same grade Quarter- innetr rnrp unit will report to Camp Lewis, Washington; Sergeant G. T. Barns as t-'trat I.ieiltenant anil will nri'-eeil to camp Josepn li. Johnston, Florida; Ser geant J. Mageean as Captain and will proceed to camp jatxson. outn Caro Una, and Sergeant C. G. Wood a Cap. tain and will proceed to Camp Jackson South Carolina. Flret Lieut. J. D. Korer. from Bakerv Company No. 838 to duty as commanding wnicer oi tiaxerv company ro. a:, Camp Fremont. California. rlrat 1.1b. it T T (Inln. 1,1- 1 1.... i. i- aiaiion ana auiiea 10 camp (.rant. Ueut.-Co1. It. E. Ingalls. i Illinois. i oun rxuiery t orps. teare of abence for twenty days granted Capt. 11. T. Cunlngham. NATIONAL UVARD. Infantry. Hcnrab'e d1chArge of following an-rouncej- Firs; I.leiite. F. E. Cunning ham. K. Sclimltt aed M. Llppman. rirt Lieut. F. W. FrltU. from duty In Thirtieth Division, to Atlanta, Ga., De pot wuirtcrmaater. Held Artillery. Kti'rnatlon of Capt. R. A. O'Rear, UTth (Ala.) accepted. Coaet Artillery Corpa. Cart r' S. Comstock and Capt. O. W. .lfthnitnn and Second I.leut. W. C. White, f-om duty with Fifty-ninth Coast Artil. rj and Capt. C. .. Olelm, Capt. O. V. f'atuna and Second l.lul. C. I. Clark, i ojft Artillery, N, G., are assigned thereto. Capt. A. If. Kennedy, from his present amy 10 rorroiK, a., .NnrroiK quarter master Terminal, for duty. Major W. E. Murray, at San Francisco. Cat., to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, School of rir, inr nuiy u camp quartermaster, relieving Cant. C. r. stokclv. Capt. A. H. SJovall, from his present nuiis in nmp urvrna, Jiassacnusetts. Cant. M, Whltelaw. from his present duty to Brooklyn, N. T.. Bush Terminal Bar racka and Quarters, for dutv Major II. M. Montgomery, from duty to jfiitrionvi e. inn. I IJetit.-Col. R. B. Clark, from his present amies at jener nn lllo uepol, Jetrerson vllle. Ind.. to Quartermaster-General. Major W, M. Wood, from his present duty First' IJeut. B. M. ' Bryan to Baltimore. Philadelphia and Boston, then to his proper siaunn. Flrat Lieut. It. H Broe-n to Baltimore. MAIS ON BEKMABD FIFTH AVENUE AND FIFTY-SEVENTH ST., " NEW "YORK Clwfjoaux ManlmwK Madam Bernards MODELS FOR THE NEW SEASON ARE NOWCOM PLETED. Madam Bernard PERSONALLY SUPER VISES ALL FITTINGS IN THE MADE -TO-ORDER SALON. J'I? iPiil "Bd "n to hit proper station. n.nJclt,ii-.ni 3- Krnan, II. If. R bMm' F- F-.P'Z- c- D- Milton, R. II. Miller and II. P. pierson, from their C'F,t..L,,. W'. f.lerlr' ,ro'm hl Preaent w,.Jfi.'!r Vor'1..V.. Norfolk Quarter- - iiiiuai, ior uuiy, duil. iuRW' l,r.0,n Mt "M uuties to Mlddlttown, Pa. Appointments announced: First Lieut, E iiI'S" '"I tr and will proceed to At'V"'.1:'. N v" ,or ""' " Bchntl of . Ph0'r,Ph'' Eastman .Kodak Lompany; Capt. A. E. Ebbs, to same fi. fnd wlu 'Port to Quartermaster Oeneral for duty; Capt. O. R. Kitchen, to same grade and rvlll report to South f,rnD,J'',nn for duty; First Lieut. h-H. rr,,r'y 10 ""n r1 an "I" report to Remount Depot No. JIM, Camp 'd- Maryland; Second Lieut. A. D. Plnkerton, Coaat Artillery, N, CI., to same grade and will proceed to Charles, ton, H. C.. Southeastern Department; Second Lieut. M. H. Mclllwaln. Infan try Reserve Corpt. to same grade Quar termaster Corps, N. A., and will proceed to Hobnkeii, N. .1. Promotions announced: To be First Lieu tenants Second Lleuts, M. Conrad, F, A, Zuendt, M. J. Gllmore, O. II. Wataon, U B. Vebater. Jr., R. C. Greshsm, F. II. Sohalner. II. H. Horner. It. It. Porter field, A. I. Peery. R. K. Everest. W. M. Ash, E. J, Carter, T, E. Bock, J. W. Llewellyn, C. E. Rodenberg. II. S. Neff, N. Dyke, Jr., W, II. Hagan, F. r Will lams. L. K. Bracket!. J. S. Harris, Jr.. II. .N. Joner. A. P. Martin, C. II, Nor coll, .1. T. Stephenson, A. If, Greening, O. U Puterbaugh, L. J. Bremer. C. Line, tierger, W. E. Durst, N. B. Livingston, M. G. Smith. E. H. Grosecloae, L. It. Collins, o. I. Strickland, J. Lenrrgon. E. L. Mayer. T. D. Lamb. (1. E. Root, R. U MacAndrew, A. V. Blrnbaum, W, B. Love. Jr.. ,T. M. Mills, G. B. Towler. J. I). Knnle. E. F. Coultas, St. Behrmsn, II. A. Shay, J. 1 Meeks, M. Grundfeld, R. Williams, E. B. Howard. F. L. Bridges, C. A. Hemler. R. F. Ilabcock, W. II. Davis, I A. Dlekerson. J. E. Hardwlck, E. V, Squler, J, M. 8nndra and I, M. Adams. OFFICERS RESERVE CORPS. Infantry Officers. 'Appointments to National Guard an nounced: To be Second Lieutenants: Second Lleuta. W. S. Wilson. A. E. Whlttemore. J. II. Dolnn. K, M. Chapman, J. M. Currle, J. H. Taber, H. E. Noble, C. A. Borland, D. P. Hates. M. C. I.efferts, Jr.. and above officers will report to Forty-second Division for duty: Second Lieut W. K. Delaplane as First Lieutenant nnd wilt report to Camp Shelby. Mlsslaslpul. Second Lieut. R, M. Andrews to Austin, Tex., Unlveralty of Texas, for training. First Lieut. W. 11. Manler, Jr.. Fourth In- ranlry. camp Stuart, Virginia, to Camp Greene, North Carolina, for duty. First Lieut. J. St. Paul, Jr.. to Austin, Tex., University of Texas, for training. Coast Artillery Offlcera. Flret Lieut R. V. Snow from duty with ' Fifty-fourth Artillery and Flrat Lieut. II. Oreenhlll astlgnsd thsrsto. Cavalry OaTleora. Leave of absence for ten daya granted to Major E. A. Powell. rie'd Artillery Officers. Following appointments from Field Artil lery Reserve Corpa, N. O.. announced I To be Second Lieutenants: Second Lleuts. H. .1. Herbert, C, V. Tar Kulle, fl. II. t'ulwell, c. S, Lohmann, N, L. Brundage, A, F. Smith, F, von Hetnmlngen. Second Lieut. J, O. Schuts, Jr., Twentieth Field Artillery, to Twenty-fourth Cav alry, Fort Bliss. Texas. Appointment of First Lieut. J. II. Flora to same grade In Quartermaster's Reserve Corps announced and will report to Camp Funston, Kansas, for duty. Dental Officers. First Lieut. D. M. Buckley from his pres ent duties at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Seventh Engineers. First Lieut, P. O. Kluttlg from duty at Camp L evens, Massachusetts, to his home. Promotion of following First Lieutenants to grade of Captain announced: II, W, Wilson. 11. H. Crawford, W. E. Beard, T. J. Cassldy. Following from duty at Camp Kearny, to commanding General Weattrn Depart ment for duty! Flret Lleuta. F, W. Bur llngame. F. E. Derham, A. N. Johnson, G. W. Mlddleton, A. B. Mitchell, 8, Sha piro, J. W. Smith. Veterinary Offlcera. Second 1Aut P. F. Walllngford, to active duly to Accotlnk, Va., Camp A. A. Humphreys. Second I.leut. W. A. Shields, ho active duty to Camp Wadaworth, South Carolina, Second Lleuts. C. P. Wilson and E. A. Gll more, to active duty to Fort Riley, Kan sas. Resignation of Second Lieut. E. D. Msrtln accepted. Qua Herniate i Officers, Capt. J. F. Richardson, from his present duty to Newnrk, N, J., Port Newark Ter minal, for duty. Malnr T. J, McGrath, lo" Camp Dix, New Jersey, Capt. W. Hvams Is honorablr discharged, Capt. 11. A. Gilbert, to Camp Zachary Tay lor, Kentucky. Capt. J. C. Kaclber. to Solomons, Md. Capt. R. A. Blair, to aasume dutlea of con structing Quartermaster at Camp Log&n, Texas. Flrat I.leut. J. It. Stalker, to Hartford, Conn. Signal Offlcera. Appolntmenta announced: Privates (first clasa) ns Second Lleutenanta F. Merrl rnnn. Q, Morton. B. A. Palmer, .1. M. Semmes, Jr., and all will procee.1 to Fnlrtteld, Ohio, Wilbur Wright Field, for duty. Fol.flng are to participate In aerial fllghta: First Lleuts. W. F. Centner, A, W Meadows. P. K. Freydlg. 1,. K. God man. C. W. Pauly, J. T. Hutchison. Appointment of ('apt. M. II. Putnam to tamo grade announced, and will proceed to Cambridge, Mass., Massachusetts In stitute of Technology, for training. First Lieut. A. E. Cass, to Rurllngton, VI., University of Vermont, for duty, irfave of absence for seven days granted to First Lieut. P. U. King. Appointment of following to grad which they now hold, aviation section, an nounced: First Lieut. R. S. Llnlt, J, A. Scott, J. J, Willis, H. H. Young, J. H. Farnhsm, D B. Irwin. B. If. West: Sec ond Lleuts. J. W. Arts, F. It, Allls, W. A. Bolt, T. R. Brace, R. P. Esstlmd, E B. Ferrell, If, c. French, R. B. God dam, H. B. Magulre, R. l Peck, C. T. Trlckey. c J. Griffin, R. F. Herman, c. C. Hlgglna, J, F, Hyman, A. L, Knight, C!. R. Knox, L. O. Leach. R. A. Llndblom, D. E, Morrison, II. Perry, J. J. Redfleld, T. L. Starnrs. A. W. Swlnebroad, A. P. Wilkinson, W. J, Rogers, C. J. Oetsel, R. L. Young. It. R. Sebring, L. C. Pren tice, II. A. Darrln. Engineer Officers. First Lieut, E. Deet.s from Fort Rosecrans, California, to Fort Maaon, California, and report to Major Fredenthall for duty. Following from duty Camp trfe, Virginia, to Wnahlngton, D. C. to officer In charge of cantonment construction: Cants l D. Goddnrd, W. B. Newhall, D. II. Can neld. v. W. Meyers; First Lleuts. B. Averv, J. It. Rubey. Following from duty at Camp Lee, rir glnls, to Washington, D, C: Flrat Lleuts. F. II. Wyatt, E. Kitchen, 1. I., ."alii, C. E Pnlne, E. J. Rlaledt. 8. L. Avis, W. II. Vincent, M, I. O'Connor: Majors A. F. Allon. T. M. Ripley, J. J. Overn, O. V. P. Stout, C. N. Green: Cupts. C. A. Merrlam. II. R. Wells, jj. t. Mulchings, r. T. Watson. W. Brown. F. I. Shaw, IJ. F, Veniervoort, E. W. Saunders, A. II. Mallery, O. Bundy, J. ."eay. Second I.leut. H. E. Johnston Is honorably discharged. Cant, A. It. lxird. from duty with tilth Engineers, to Washington, D. C, U. S. Shipping Hoard, for duty. Second Lieut. C. T. Saunders, to active duly to Fifty-first Engineers, Camp Lee, Virginia. Following appointments In National Guard announced: To be First Lieutenant First Lieut. F. F. Harbour. To be Sec ond lieutenant Second Lieutenant R. Ii Sundell. They sa III report to Camp Kearny. Cal. Cant. L. It. Muhs. from duty with Eighth r.ngineera, 10 lamp i.ee, Virginia, JOStn Engineers. First Lieut. C. If. Sutherland, from duty with rilrhth Engineer Train, to Camp !,ee, Virginia. Second Lieut. P. Baylies, to Eighth Engl, neers. Capt. S. O, Rackman, from SOSth Engi neers, to Camp I.ee, Virginia, SOSth En gineers. Ordnance Officers. Following from their present dutlea to folumiiln, S. ('., Camp Jackson, for duty In Third Provisional Ordnance Depot Hattnllon: First Lieut. S. N. Hope, Second Lleuts. D. L. Beardslea and A. C. UndlnfT. Appolntmsnts announced! J. V. Lacalio, as Second Lieutenant and will procssd to Springfield. Mass., Springfield Armory, for duty; ordnanc Sergeant J, C. Chaffe, as Second Lieutenant and will report to Chief of Ordnance; Ordnance Sergeant 11. A. Castle, as Second Lieu tenant and will report to Ordnance Training School, San Antonio Arsenal, San Antonio, Tex, Leaves of Absenca for four daya granted to First Lleuta. R. J. Coleman and SL M. L. Hershey. Leave of abaenco for three days granted to Capt. R. Burrage. Major A. V. Sinclair to active duty, to this city to Chl-f of Ordnance. Appointment of First Lieut. C. K. Rlrkel to same grade announced and he will proceed to Holt Manufacturing Company, Peoria, III. Cant. J. T. Donovan and Major W. B. Prltrhett to acttve duty and report to Chief of Ordnance. Appointment of Ordnance Sergeant J. M. Palmer as Second Lieutenant announced and he will report to Ordnance Training School, San Antonio Arsenal, Texas. Followlntr from their present duties to Cllntoniille, Wis., Four Wheel Drive Company: Capt. C, Lee, Flrat Lleuta. W. G. Lefevre, O. F. Batchelder, II. 11. Crow, C. L, Ktheredge. Medical Officers. Following to New York, Rockefeller In stitute for Medical Research! First Lleuts. C. L. Bradford. .1. A. Cahlll. Jr., P. A. Steele, W. H. Woodruft, Capt. N. It. Maaon. First Lleuta. It. A. Buchmann, E. J. Goftsch, 11. McD. Krug, Majors W. II. Leet and R. W. Andrews, Capt. C. J. Poole. Following from duty at Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia, to New Orl'ana Charity Iloa- fllnl, then to camps specified: First .tents. R. P. Evand, Camp Beauregard, Ioulstana: L, F. Fallon, Camp Shelby, Mississippi; C. O. Harrla, Camp Logan, Texas; S. F. Itauser, Camp MacArthur. Texas; C. N. Harper, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Appointments announced To bo Captains: First Lleuta. A. E. Anderson, S. S. Caruthern. J. J. Donohue, W. W. Green, F. A. Martin. O. O'Neal. J. W. Rock. To be Majors: Capta. T. J. Abbott, A. M. Farrell. w. ll. itoDeria, a. wneat, P. fi. Woolley. J. S. Wheelwright, E. c. Moore. To be Captains: First Lleuts. J. F. Abel, I . li. Allen, e. . iiaira, r . u. isarrcti, 1 F. Bolaml, K. M. Bowman, J. s. t'oker, c:. 8. Cowle. J. A. Doahcr, W. I. rceies. jr., ll, uaiiagner, ti. unpin, W. II. Greene. C. C. Ilarbaugh. T. M. Ilarp-r. W. G. Hunter, F. L. Koontr, W. E. Lee. It L. McNeer. W. F. Morrl aon. F. M. Phlfer. II, M. Price. I D. Prince, K. J, Stanlfnrd, R. E. Stevens, T. F. X. Sullivan. E. A. Sweet. II. I. Vail, A. A. Axlev, II. S. Dreher. W. Ginsberg. F. E. Harvey. F. R. Hlckey, F. W. Hlckln, W. I., llongland. J. M. Kreuaa. W. N. Mundell, M. L. Peterson, J. W. Sheetz. From duty at Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia, to Camp Joseph E. Johnston. Florida, for duty: First Lleuts. E. .1. Godfrey, T. J. Ksgev, W. S. Morrlss, E. E. Pate. From duty at Army Medical School to the Chief of Ordnance. Washington. D. C. for dulyl First Lleuta. C. W. Cutror, M. F. Nolan, 8. B. Thomag First Lieut. J. P. FlUgeratd, from duty at the Army Medical School to Mlneola. L. 1., N, T Haalehurat Field. Capt. W. C. Johnson, fnrm duty at Fort Snelllng, Minnesota, to St. Loula, Mo Washington University. . From duty at Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia, to Pittsburg, Pa to Dr. W. o. Sherman, Carnegie Building, then to camps sped Bad: First Lleuts. J. H. Blue, Camp Lee, Virginia; J. A. Campbell and A. D. Cowdrlok, Camp Sherman, Ohio. First Lieut. L. M, Reiser, from duty at Camp Oreenleaf, (toorgla, to Pittsburg, Pa to Dr. W. O. Sherman. Carnegie Building, then to Fort Oglethorpe, Geor gia, Camp Greenleaf, Following from duty at Fort Riley, Kan sas, to Chicago, Dr. C!. B. Davis, Prea bterlan Hospital, then to the camps specified! First Lleuts. ,. B. Amlck. Camp Kachary Taylor, Kentuiky; O. E. Chenoweth, Cimp Zachary Tnyfcw, Ken tucky; S. Hlezls, Camp Sherman, Ohlij F, E. Dergatz, Camp Custer. Michigan; II. R. Flak, Camp Grant, Illinois; C. C. SI ma, Camp Donlshan, Oklahoma. First IJeut. T, J, Ryan, from duty at Bellevuo Hospital, New York, to his home. First Lieut. T. J. Ryan la honorably discharged. Following from duty at 14 West Forty eighth street, New York, to Dr. It. Whit man, 211 Lexington avenue, New York: Capt. -.. K, llemy, Capt. 11. B. ertebblns, First Lieut. 1. W. Ivermore. Capt. S. J. Taylor from duty at the Army Medical .School, Washington, I). U to New York, to Dr. R. Whitman, HZ Lex ington avenue, for Instruction, Major A. Powell from dvlfy at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, to New York, Rocke feller Institute for Medical Research, then to Walter Reed General Hospital, District of Columbia. Flrat Lieut. J. M. Graham from duty at Fort lllley, Kansas, to Pittsburg, Dr. W. O. Sherman, Carnegie Building, then to Camp Meade, Maryland. First Lieut. W. V. Kennedy from auty at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, to Pittsburg, Dr. W, O. Sherman, Curnegle Building, then to Fort McPherson, Georgia, Gen eral Hospital No, 6. First Lieut. O. B. Faulder from hla preaent uuiies ni i amp cireeniear. Georgia, to Eiacuntlon Hospital No. 4 for duty. Following from duty Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, to New York, Post-Graduate School and Hospital, for Instruction: First Lleuts. J. 11. Rotelle. J. L. Woxlalc, C. Wolf. First I.leut, G. A. Rhoades from duty at Camp Greenleaf to St. Louis, Mo., and Washington University for Instruction. Capt. U M, Van Meter to active duly, to Camp Kearny, California. First Lieut. P. A. Plon to active duty, to Boston, Mass, Massachusetts General Hospital, then to Columbia, S. C, Camp Jackson, First l.l'it. C. C. Kelly, from duty at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, to New York, Rockefeller Institute for .Medical Re search, then to Camp Meade. Flrat Lieut, 11. Oslrowtkv to active dutv, to Fort Oglethorpa, Georgia, Camp Orstn le.if. Capt. D. C. Rlraua to sctlvs duty, to Prei- byterlan Hospital, Chicago. -i First Lieut, E. K. Owen to active duly, tf Atlenlown, Ta., Army Ambulance Her- vice. Appointment nf following aa Captains an nounced! First Lleuts. A. T. Hsnrlcl and C. E. Maxwell. Flrat Lieut. D. J. McConnell to aetlva duty, to New York, Bellevue Hospital. then to Columbia, 8. C Camp Jaekasn. Capt. F. La Diana, from duty at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, to Battla Creek,,,,. Mich., camp Cuattr. ,T Capt. J. p. Beeson, from duty at 14 Wtlt Forty. eighth street, New York, Orlho- ' pedlc Hospital. New York. First Lieut. 11. D. La vine to artim duty, to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, Camp Greenleaf, First Lieut. E. (1. Brlttaln to aetlva duty with Aviation Section, Waco, Tx Rich FKd. e, Mjjnr R, H, Powell, from hla present A duties at Camp Sherman, Ohio, for duty 111 liaso hcepltal. To active duty to Rockefeller Institute for , Medical Research: First Lieut. R. Mc-,,-Inloeh, Cnpt. T, E. Cherry, First Lieut. W. It. Geraghty, . Capt. H. C. Drew, from duty at Camp Dig .to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, Camp Oreinleaf. . First I.leut, E. P. Cushman, from hla pres ent duties at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia, for duty Kith hospital train No. 11, vies Flret IJeut. W. It. Canter. Flrat I.leut. CI. S. Shlhley. to aetlva duty to Wrlghtslown. N. .1., Camp Dix. Flrat Llrul. O. CI. Hunter, ('apt. W. W. Coleman, First Lieut. R. McQ. Andre, to active duty to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, Camp Greenleaf. First Lieut, J. Colltnson. to nctUe duty to Aberdeen, Md., Aberdeen proving ground,,.. First I.leut. J. T. Gunter, to aotlve duty" to Iatlon section, Waco, Tex., RIoH Field, First I.leut. .1. R. Oeratley, to active duty' to Battle Creek, Mich., Camp Custer. First Lieut. J. II. Breyer. to active duty to Linda Vlste, Cel., Camp Kearney. Following from duty nt Camp Greenleaf,,. Georgia, to Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. C. Her mann, 416 Oaborne Building, for Instruc tion, then to Battle Creek, Mich., Camp. Custer: First Lleuts. P. G. Dick, O. C." English. . Cnpt. J. C. Cnrballelra to conduct on ' March 4 preliminary examination of ap-" pllcants for appointment In Medloal Corps. First Lieut, L. It, Tower from duty at Camp 7.chary Tavlor to Augusta, Ga., and ramp Hancock. ' First Lieut. T. A. Wayland from his prss ent duties at Allentnwn. Pa., to Nutrl- , tlonal Survey Party No. 1. First I.leut. J. B. Stanford from duty with aviation section, Flgnal Corps, Memphis, to Fort Worth, Tex., Camp Howie. First I.leut. M. A. Newhauser frnm duty Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Houston, Tex., Camp Logan. ,A First I.leut. C. B. Neldhamer from duty kt Camp Greenleaf. Georgia, to St. IaiuIs. - Capt. P.. J. Lynch to Washington Unlver-' slty. Stern Brothers West Forty-second Street (Between 5th and 6th Avenues) West Forty-third Street Important Sale and Exhibit, under the Auspices of the Allies-Swiss Commission of Articles Made by the Allied Prisoners of War Interned in Switzerland A Special Offering of Women's Modish Coats To-morrow, at the very low price of $37.50 Smart style, in full sweep effect, fashioned in duvet de laine and tricotine. Con vertible collar, turn back cuffs and new belt. Lined throughout with fancy striped silk; in desirable colorings. A Sale of Girls' Wash Dresses (Sizes 6 to 14 years) New Spring models at unusually low prices. Straight Line. Models fashioned in plaid or plain ging hams, also smart stripes; many with clusters of hand-smocking or embroidery, in styles for the hard-to-fit girl, $1.95 and $2.95 Very Attractive Styles of white pique, in one piece models; collars, cuffs and fronts v of dresses elaborately hand em broidered and scalloped; pearl button trimmed, $3.75, 5.50 and 7.95 is now in progress on the Fifth Floor The entire proceeds thereof to be returned to the men over there who made the articles. Included in the ensemble are Carved Wood Lamps, Toys of all kinds, Tea Trays, Leather Goods, Picture Frames, Mirrors, Pearl Neck laces, Bags and Purses, Paper Knives, Baskets, Flower Holders, Raffia Boxes, Mats and numerous other useful and ornamental articles. A generous response to this appeal wilt be an incalculable aid towards the establishment of an outlet for the handi craft of these men who are more or less incapacitated and are entirely dependent upon the efforts of the commission. A large collection of later Models in Women's Spring Apparel Will be presented Monday, in the Ready-to-Wear Depart ment, introducing the most advanced and smartest styles for street, sport and evening wear, in all the newest ma terials. Included are Fashionable Tailored Suits and Three-piece Costumes; Street, Sport and Afternoon Dresses; Charming Dinner and Theatre Gowns; Separate Skirts for all occasions. Tailored Suits, -Women's Dresses, Separate Skirts, - $24.50 to 225.00 $16.50 to 198.00 $5.50 to 32.50 Fashionable Dress Fabrics and Coatings Are now being displayed Second Floor Vellon de Kashmir, Estrella Duvetyn, Duvet de Lainc, Duvet Militaire Covert, Diagonal Yelour; also the more popular Tricotine, Poiret Twills, Gab ardines, Serges, English Tweeds, Ox ford Suitings, Novelty Checks, Stripes and Plaids in rich color combinations; Wool Jersey, French Vigoreaux and Millanges, Vaterdine, Silk and Wool Poplins, French Silk Voiles in plain colors and exclusive printed effects. Important Offerings Main Floor: All Wool Fine Twill Serge 43 inches wide; soft finish; in tho new Spring colors, including several shades navy blue; also black and cream white at $1.65 yd. All Wool Tricotine and Poiret Twills 4f to 51 inches wide, in large assort ments of this season's newest colors; also ivory white and black, at $2.90 yd. An Offering, on the Main Floor, of Kayser's Italian Silk Underwear At Remarkable Price Concessions Silk Vests . at $1.89 Regularly $2.50 to 3.95, embroidered front, tailored tops, also lace trimmed; ribbon shoulder straps. Silk Vests . at $2.35 Regularly $3.95 to 4.95, trimmed with lace and ribbon, mostly ribbon shoulder straps. Silk Bloomers at $3.95 Regularly $4.95 to 7.95, trimmed with desirable laces; ribbon bows. Silk Combinations. $4.75 Regularly $5.50 to 8.75, trimmed with fine laces; ribbon bows; mostly ribbon shoulders. All sizes are represented but not in every style. Cotton and. Linen Dress Fabrics Main FloorVery Special Values in Novelty Gingham Voiles & Embroidered Swisses 36 ins. wide; in newest effects, at 35c yd. Silk and Cotton Crepe de Chine, 36 ins. wide In black, white and colors, at 39c yd. White French Dress Linens Extra fine grade, at 55c yd. li 4 if ' Em Ml I