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KILLS2i::W0UNDED,,
CAPTURES 2 MORE
Corporal .W. If. lindd Carried
(o Dressing: Station. by
His Frisoncrs.
SAVED BY A CARD CASE
Lieut. Mays Snys Bullet Was
Deflected Kecommends
Cross for Rescuer.
Corpf rut' William Hardenbergh Budd,
II Park avenue, Yorkers, a grand
ntphew of tlie late E. II. Harriman,
said In a letter which reached si'.a
parents jesterday that he' had been
wounded In the recent drive, but drat
kilted two Roches. Several hours after
he was wounded he captured two others
and made them carry him to a Held
ttatlon.
Corporal Budd Is 24 and enlisted last
November In Missouri. He sailed on
ins transport Moldavia, which was tor
pedoed. His letter continued:
"I hope to be back In the line again
In a few weeks. We made a wonder
ful drive and took the enemy by sur
prise. They d!d not put up much of 'a
fgSt when they found we were Ameri
cana. I got mine about 1:30 In the
morning, but could r.ot set to a field
station until 5 P. M.
I crept nlong a shallow trench ,to.a
mall dugout There were two Bootes
tlere. Both' held up. their hands', and
cried 'kamerad!' One gave me, his
pistol ; the other had none. One was
about 16, me outer u. ooin were ilea
Cross men. They carried me to a field
ttatlon and then went to work helping
the French.
"I can only account for two Huns;
one cot mixed up with my bayonet, the
other felt the butt of my gun on his
brain. Tro machine gun fire of tb.
enemy was terrible while It lasted, but
our boys seemed to know no fear."
All Anxlona (or Store Ftchtlngr.
Most of the wounded Americana are
anxious to get back Into the line. Here
are a few samples:
Private James Trlvlson, 119 President
street, Brooklyn, Company L Ninth In
fantry, was wounded July 18. His
mother received a letter from him yes
terday In which he spoke of the excel
lent treatment given him and ealdt "t
hope to be out InTibout a month and
back to the firing line."
Prhate Patsy De Qrotta, Company
K. Ninth Infantry, '.wounded, wrote his
parent;, 1 1'S Madison street, Brooklyn :
"I'll he all right soon, and. believe me.
I'm going to furry back so I can take;
inotner cracx ai in uocnes,
TScodore" C. Conway, 18 Glcnada
place, Brooklyn, wounded, wrote July 6 :
"As 'a mess sergeant I do not get any
training, nor do I get real action. I en
listed to do my bit, and when I come
back I want to nay I was in the thick of
the fighting Last week our Captain
as'xed for three volunteers to man a ma
chine gun and I and two others were ac
cepted. So from now on I will be right
In the fight."
Says "This la the Life."
William n. Shea, 313 Lexington ave
nue. Brooklyn, wounded, wrote hla
brother John, a member of the Naval
Reserves : "This Is the only life. I ex
pect to go In the trenches soon. Wish
you were with me."
Lieut. Charles Frlzzell, Jr., 790 River
side DrUe, missing In action since July
21. won his commission at I-'lattshufg
ami sailed overseas with Company A.
Thirty-eighth Infantry.
Lieut. John O. Mays. 591 niyerslde
Drive, severely wounded, was saved from
death once, so he has written" hlslfdrfler..
Whltefoord Mays, by a ca.YdcaM tn-hls
upper left, pocket, which deflected a bul
lt from his heart. Later, unabre to help
himself, a private dug a 'sYialhjw "trench,
for him, thus protectlnghinr-from ma
chine guns. During a lulf Inth'e'flght
Ing the same private, whom Lieut. Mays
has recommended for the Military Cross,
returned and carried his officer' on his
back to a dressing station a mile from
where he fell.
Lieut. Thomas Henry. 324 Bleecker
itreet, severely wounded, has been In the
Regular Army several years. He wrote
bis wife last wee"k that he had been hit
by a piece of shrapnel.
Second Lieut. Rudolph Kowlsky, 410
East Seventieth street, severely wounded,
row to his present position from the
ranks, having enlisted In the Regular
Army as a private flv6years ago. He Is
a sharpshooter. In his last letter to his
parents he said he had accounted for
many Germans.
Lieut Mortimer L. Stelnhardt, 264
West Ulghty-second street, eevcrely
bounded, has also been a member of the
regulars for several years.
"nfferinir From Shell Shock.
Lieut. Hnrry P. Hampers, 22 Hamil
ton avenuo, Vonkers, son of I, H. Sam
rtrs, editor of the Courier ilcs Etatt
!'!, In a letter which reached his home
to-day said he was In a bass hospital
suffering for the second time from uhell
kr.oclt
According to a letter received yester
y by Mr. and Mrs. F, TL Thomas, 70
Radford street, Yonkers, their son. Lieut.
Otis Thomas, is dead of wounds. He
as mortally wounded August 4 near
Chateau Thierry. He was 26,, and com
tr.Inioned at Plattsburg.
Flod Campbell, who enlisted In July,
1S17. when he was Just 17 years old, Is
musing. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
"Uilani Campbell, Trenton, N. J. He
ent to France last October, and has
Men constantly In action. He vfcs
bounded prevloualy.
Tho families In Newark believe the
war Department is mistaken In notify
rg them their sons are missing In ac
tion, as each family-has received letter
Sued after the time they were .re
Ported missing. William Feldblum, 266
Jrlnce treet, and Julius Zawatskl are
tie men In ' question.
Thomas Agnew, Company B, Ninth In
ntry. severely wounded, is now -In a
rrenrh hospital, according to a letter.re
"lied b his sister. Mrs. Charles eas
terly, :ss Armstrong avenue, Jersey
C1 He said:
' If the younar men of America had any
of what I have seen since I came to
, arf' nothing would prevent them
trorr, getting Into the service to help
onve tne Kaiser out as soon a possible,
Ami wit, tne Mp of J8 MmlBtyi we.(
I'U h.'it in the lowest pit of hellf"
,c t'"ig the praises of the Red Cross
,r'" and the French people, aaylngj
'se ur.,nen are as brave as any mart
' a' 'ur shouldered a rifle." He Is
nxoji to return to his regiment.
rentrst Uamr In World.
Fran.!, r, Smith, Company I, 312th
'.'eimiit. reverely wounded. Is the son
ii., ni Mra' Michael Smith, 102 Llt
tieton venuo, Newark, N. J. In a re
he said hs considered "bat-
" w tn tho Huns the greatest came in
mi' world '
Margaret Hunt, 117 Manning
If. I"' Jlr'"' C"y-' overjoyed with
J , ' s ,hat on, Edward ttr Hunt,
'"cam U. Ninth Infantry, Is alive
t ' '""7 nnrrow'.es.'apes In No Man's
' , had retelved notification
"' was mlaslng In action July 18.
vr'"."' Thumbs' A. Btatty was
.r. ..Auu,t hl mother. Mrs.
'.torgc Heatty. 806 Park avenue. Ho
wn, learned to-day. H was only 19
year old, but comparatively an old
SfmPJ"Br. fr he enlisted In Iho
.iJ1h, nlmB. Nw Jersey, at the
lime of the Mexican trouble. He had
been In France Just four weeks when he
was wounded, In the thick of the fight
mg, when he was promoted to a ser
gosntcy. Henry BatdaMf, Company I, 106th In
fantry, severely Injured July JO, Is the
son of Mr. and -Mrs. Bernard Baldauf,
Rosedale Court, Rosedale, i 1. He on
listed In July. 1917. and has been In
France since May.
In the same command Harvey V.
Duffy, eon of Mrs. Mary Duffy, Oxford
street. Richmond Hill, L. 1., is also re
ported wounded July 31.
Hard to Kill Marine.
Corporal Joseph Rlnck, Ptchogue. I
I. Wtl wmin T, 1 ,, A n .
Thierry, but evidently recovered quickly,
ma motner, sirs. Charlotte HincX,
has again been notified lha't he is
wounded. He Is toot yet of age.
John Standfast. Jr.. marine, with three
comrades, was fighting In the Mame
sector, when a Iloche shell dug up a
nearby tree, which fell on them. They
crawled rut Just In time to be showered
with bursting shrapnel. Standfast's
comrades were killed and . he was
WOUnded. Ilia lutranln v.,t. II.... l
South Passons avenue. Flushing, U I.,
were notified yesterday that he la re
covering. Corporal Cornelius, P. Englishman Is
listed as mludnr' hi i,ta f.v,.. ir.i.
Englishman, Paterson, N. J., believes
sow? mistake' has been mad, as he has
received a letter ' written July 18 In
which his ftnn ttA . '.(.. in .
hospital and not able to walk without a
cruicn. rne rather believes .the son
could hardly have recovered sufficiently
When Mrs. William Shukman, 1364
Fifth avenue, was visited by a reporter
last nlehl nnri aker1 st -.-. ne v...
Maurlre'a retxirted death In battle, he
was me i oy a' pniiosophlcal mother.
Mother Calls Death Glorious.
"This In war," was her dry eyed com
ment "I loved my boy : he was a good
boy. The mothers whosesons are fight
ing when death cornea to them should
be grateful to,the United States for what
It Is doing- for tho wholo world. My son
met a glorlouj death and I am proud.
He will live always." William was .not
yet 20.
Sergeant William C. O'Keefe. 29. mem
ber of the l6tth Infantry, listed as
missing, Is In a base hospital rapidly re
ceverlng from 5the effects of 'gas, ac
cording to a letter received by his wife
yesterday at her-home, 422 West Forty
third street. His letter ,vas dated July
23. six days 'after he was reported miss
ing. Similar circumstances apply to
Private John Karp. 15 West 116th street,
and Julius Zawadzklt, 300 -Elm street,
Newark.
Private William Edward Fleming.
Eighth Infantry, missing. Is the eon of
Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming. 87 Llb
frty street. Jersey City. He wrote his
parents recently not to worry about him.
as he was fighting In a "great cause."
A story of the Sixty-ninth's, method
of punishing treachery Is told In a letter
from Private James J. Bevan to his sis
ter. Miss E. Bevan of Portchester, N.
A . The Sixty-ninth, he wrote, was driv
ing ahead In an attack north of th
Murne when they came upon a group of
twenty men in French uniforms. One
of the , Americans noticed that the
"Frenchmen" wore German boots. He
gave the alarm and all but twcoiof the
Germans' threw up their hands. These
two threw hand Grenades, which missed
fire, flrit. tn nilntA frivol Tlm-a r "In n
minutes there wasn't a German left to
leu inc taie.
LAD IN 'TEENS CAN'T
BE KEPT OUT OF WAR
Outwits Mother, State Dep't
and 'Wounds.
A real-soldJer of .fortune. Is Freg-w.
Thomas, .a youth not yet In his twenties.
jiow In a .Red Crnss Hospital-ln Halifax.
.Canada, where ih -was taken .following
th torpedoing, of a ship, on which he
sailed recently Ills mother live at -37
McLean street; Iassaic, N. J.. . .
This adventurous -youngster has set tb
work tho macnlnery of the State- De
partments of two countries by his ef-
Lforta to fight. -Secretary Lansing had
him released, from the English army,
upon his mothers, plea of his extreme
youth, but Thomas ran away aa.sooh.as
he reached home. He sailed on a muni-
.tlons ship from Boston to Italy and made
his way again Into England, where he
enlisted In the engineers Immediately he
learned the lmted States had entered
the war.
In 1916 Thomas ran away from home
and enlisted in the British transport ser
vice. But this proved too tame for him,
so he enlisted in a bombing squad of
the Sherwood Foresters, from which he
was honorably discharged upon Secre
tary Lansing's plea. He succeeded In
enlisting again and was assigned to a
British mine sweeper. It was blown up,
the youngster receiving a tkull frac
ture. He returned to America, Incapaci
tated for further service, bit persuaded
a Passaic surgeon to operate and relieve
the Injury.
The operation' proved so successful
that Thomas almost Immediately en
listed on the Hattle Gage, a coastwise
freighter which was sunk by a German
submarine the day after she put to sea.
He was picked up from floating wreck
age. . Two of his ribs were broken, which
served to keep him In a Norfolk, Va
hospital for several days.
Then he returned home, bid his
mother good-by and reenllsted In the
British army In New York. He was
sent to a training- school at Quebec. He
was on his- way to Europe when the,
ship was torpedoed, again landing him
In the hospital. His mother has su
preme faith In his recovery, no-.matter
how dangerous the Injur-,
CAMPBELL FOB HOME RULE.
Lord Chancellor Announces Ilia
View at Luncheon.
London, Aug. 10. Sir James H. M.
Campbell, Lord Chancellor of Ireland,
at a luncheon given to htm In Dublin
on Saturday, asserted that he favored
"self government for a united Ireland."
When Sir Jame9 was appointed Loid
Chancellor In succession to Sir Ig
natius John O'Brien last June It was
believed that the acUon of the Govern
ment meant a complete reversal of Its
Irish policy. Ills speech, however,
proved that he is a convert to home
rule, according tn -Liberal commenta
tors. Sir James Is quoted as follows:
"Fiom the day the war broke out I
determined, regardless of my commit
ments In the past and thu views of my
old political colleagues, that I should en
deavor to the fieri of my ability tn
bring about a bolullon, by consent, of
the Irish problem on the only lines
which It seemed to mo held any promise
of success I mean self government for
united Ireland."
Cleveland's Son to lie Officer.
Boston, Aug. 19. Richard K. Cleve
land, son Of former President Cleveland,
has completed preliminary training here
and left the Boston Navy Yard to-day
for Quantlco, Va to enter the officers'
training school connected with t)u Ma
rine Corps..
ft, OOO Homelrs In llonickouo:.
By III Attociattd Frttt
Honokono, Aug, 17. (Delayed),
Five thousand persons are homeless and
250,000 are without proper food as a
result' of a flood In the Tung-Klang
Illver. The American Ited C'roaj is pro
viding temporary relief.
The Nation's
ARMY.
Killed In action (includinar 291 at tea) . . ,
Died f wounds
Died of disease !!.'!!!
Died of accident and other causes !!!!!!!
Wounded In action
Missing in action (Including prisoners) ! ! !
Day's totals.
MARINES.
Deaths, all causes..,.,
Woundod .
Missing In action (including' prisoners) .'
Day's totals
Washinoton Aug. 19. These cas
ualty lists were Issued to-day :
ARMY.
(fight)
KILLED IS ACTION.
Lieutenant-Colonel.
FETZin. .WALLACE WIUEIt, Mllltown.
Lien tenants.
CHrRCHIi.T., KARI, lt. Buffalo.
?R1P1X HENIIV Q , 'Wlnthrop, Maes.
: . 1 ' uujiAc. i-nuaueipnia.
STOW, JAMES n Salomon, Ua.
Sergeant-Major.
COItMAX, ABItAM 1I GraeniburtT, Pa.
Sergeants.
n.i.sHOP. M'Tnv L CvmAll.vllle, P.
CUMMINOS. JOHN E., Illalrsvllle. Pa.
K1ES.-EL. JOSEPH W scranton.
KNIGHT. EDMUND H., Philadelphia.
KNIHHT. FREDBRIC H fhlladelphla.
ilEKHAN. JOHN R Dorcheater, Maas.
MhrtJHf, KK'JlAitD II., oK uii St..
Broohlm.
T.VIXOR. WILLIAM, MS Lafayette av.,
Brooklyn.
Corporal.
BRANDT, HENRY V.. Altoooa. Pa.
DONOES. LOUIS F., Johmtown, Pa.
LAIRD, OEOROE W., Philadelphia.
MURRAY. THOMAS. Philadelphia,
8CIIICHMAN, MORRIS, X E. 118th t..
New York.
SIMMONS, WALTER E HatfleM, Pa
Mechanic, r? ARSON. nAVtn P.. Altoona. Pa.
OLIN, GEORGE J.. PJttsfleld, Mass.
Privates.
BOLICU. JOHN H Knooivllle, Jia.
DIIENNEH. WILLIAM B Marietta, Lan
caster. Pa,
BROOKMAN, FIJYD. Srottdale. Ta,
BUCHANAN. BERT. Waynesburg, ra.
HVBHS. HKNJAMIN V.. I.lcnnl.r. Pa.
CAMEROTE. ANTONIO, Philadelphia.
CAPRIOTTI, CARLO, Acquaaanpa. Italy.
AKHEI.rV JAMBS U. Wanebur. P.
FLETCHER. FRANK. Philadelphia.
FUKEY, WILLIAM K .Sharon. Pa.
"RAitAM. C'lAni.ES F.. Connell'Tllle, Ta.
HARTMAN. FRANK P., Noble, Okla.
KELLY. i'lIII.l.tl' v.. Etna. Pa.
KIRK. WALTER 4.. Camden. N. J.
KNAPP. DAVID L. Philadelphia.
KOHLER, NORMAN C. Fayettevllle, Pa.
LATSER. HORACE I.. Rlrhland, Pa.
LAVINE, METER. Blalravllle. Pa.
LESSIQ. H RRY P., l'Chburg. Pa. .
McLEAN. LESLIE -H., Union City. Pa.
MOONEY, JOHN P.. Philadelphia.
PALUSJK. MIKE. Walwnun. Russia.
RANKIN. OEOIU1E R.. Unlontown. Pa.
RENNINaER. RAYMOND R., Unlontown,
Pa.
ARNAO. CARLO. Philadelphia.
rtARNES, LYLE W Qulmby. la. (
CAMPBELL, JOHN C. Vanrtegrlft, Pi.
CLARK. CIJVRRNrE, Niagara Talla.
CONRAD. OEOBOE D . Orange. Mass.
COOK. PATRICK J N'w Salem. Pa.
DISTI.ER. WALTER II., Philadelphia.
DORSEY, LOUIS V., North Abblncon.
Mais.
EDWARDS, JOHN C. Fort Gaines. Oa,
ERn, FRANCIS L.. ConnellsTllle. Pa.
FANEAN. HERN Aim E Philadelphia.
FUOSS. WILLIAM. Owensdala, Pa.
GARDNER. HOWARD J.. Tyrone, ra.
GlnnLE. AMMAN, Mairh'lm. Pa. '
GIIIERSON'. CECIL. Indianapolis.
GOODRICH, HAROLD C, Crown Point,
tnd.
HAMILTON. Wll.nun II.. Ererion, Pa.
HEWITT. CHARLES E.. Haney's. Pa.
HOWARD. LERLOWE E.. East Hutchin
son. Kan.
HURD. ARTHUR H., Lynn. Mass.
JACons. Raymond P.. shgrrsburr. r.
KARR. JAMES A. Shane. Okla' "
K1SE, CLAYTON S . Columhla. Tn
KLOPPICK. HKNHY A PittsburK. .
KLUTH. WILLIAM C North Phlladel
pltls. LAMBERT. GEORGE. Fresno. Cl
UUINORB, GEORGE R.. Plttsburr. Pa.
MrCASKILU If A LEY. Troy. Ala.
McPOLIN, JOHN J . Philadelphia
MARTIN. RO? n.. Stoneham. Mass
MIF.LI.nNT7.. CHAItLF.S. 403 Forty-sixth
t.. Ttrooklrn. .....
MILKO. JOHN A.. East Pfltsburr.
MONTEITH, WILLIAM R Allston. Mass.
MISSING IN ACTION.
PrtTates.
HARLEY, WILLIAM R.. Indianapolis.
SMITH, ALBERT EDWARD. Portland.
Ore.
WOUNDED SEVERELY.
Lieutenants.
HERRERT. ROBERT BLACK, Greens-
MYERS. WILLIAM F. . Cermantown. Ta.
Sergeants.
CERLACHER. GEORGE W.. Tamaqua, ra.
DUNCAN, NORMAN L.. Indiana, Pa,
McIIENRY. JAMES G., Indiana, Pa.
OAKES. WILLIAM E.. Clymsr. Pa.
PINDER. CHARLES F.. Johnstown. Pa.
Corporals.
I.TNCH. JOSEPH A.. Lawrence, Mass.
CLARK. WILLIAM C, Penn Run, P.
LUCZAK. MICHAEL A.. Day City, MlJh.
MrELWEB. THOMAS, D'Hance, Pa.
STINEH, DAVID. Philadelphia.
Priiates.
OOSIiaORIAN, SARKIO. Worcester. Mass.
OUINCHI, AOOSTINO. rarsons. Pa.
JOHNSON, EDWARD II., Amsterdam.
MARLIN. SIDNEY C. Indiana. Pa.
MARSHALL, PAUL W ..Mononnahela. Pa.
MATIIIOT. CYRUS, Cnlurabla, Pa. .
MIDDLES WORTH, LUTHER H., Milton,
MILLS, WALTER F., Rorhmter. N. T.
ORER. WILLIAM S. Lovejoy. Pa.
PAGE. OTTOMER R., Clearfleld, Pa.
PAltASKEVAS, JAIIAniAS, Rochester,
Pa.
PATTERSON. HUGH E.. Blalravllle, Pa.
PHILIPS, NEWEL F Indiana, Pa
PROKOSCH, WILLIAM H Flnlayson.
Minn.
QI IKINO. PASQt'AI.E, SSO First atenoe,
New York.
SIMONS. WILLIAM P. tVysox, Pa.
TRUXAU EARL. Latroba, pa.
WILBEY. EDWARD. Earl Park. Ind.
WILLIAMS. FRED V Neosho. Wis.
WIMMER. CABU Ix.wlston. Idaho.
CREE8EY, OAROLD T IJvermore Falls.
Me.
DAVIDSON. RALPH, flandeval, III.
DUFFY. JOHN I.. Phllad'lphla.
FARRINGTON, JOHN B . Farmlntton.
Wash.
FIELD. HARVEY J.. East Sandwich,
OREKN. .TSPER S Wilder. Idaho.
HUTCHFNS, HARVEY L, Elk City, Kan,
JACKSON, RICHARD H Phllad'lphla,
O'BRIEN, WILLIAM J Duqueine, Pa.
ROBERTS. VICTOR W Hrownwoo, Tex.
WOOD, JAMES F William Penn, Pa
AH EH. GEORGE W FItchburr. Mass.
APPEI.'.EI.AR, DAVID. Le M's. N. M.
ARCHULETA, RICARDO, Walsenburc,
Col.
BAER. JOSEPHUS C Mssnntown, ra,
RAKKY, JOHN J Phllad'lphla.
HARTSCII. FRANK X. Abbott, Col,
BEACH, WIM.IAM HENRY, Shamokln.
Pt
CAMPER. ELMER TV. Connellsvllle, Pa.
CHRISTOPHER, HERBERT C. Baltl.
, more.
CtEHIET.siYK. JACB. Ctandnn. Wis.
G ESS ELM AN, LLOYD, I.ewlston, Tn.
DIED FROM WOUNDS.
Prhate.
NELSON, MAGNUS, Pelican Falls, Minn.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER
CAUSES.
vorpor&l.
HUFFMAN, WII.UERT O., Homewood,
' Pa.
Priiates.
At'KLET, CHARLES I, Wsstflelil, Pa.
LYNCH, DANIEL MARK, Cambridge.
Mass.
MARCOTTE, JOSEPH A WInlock, Wash.
ARMY.
(Day)
KILLED IN ACTION.
Corporals,
GRAHAM, CHKsTKK A., Newark, N. J.
INM AN, SAMUEL J.. Whltmell. Va.
SMITH. ALBERT. Mllnor. N. D. I
STRUNK. ALBERT I, , Memphis, Tenn,
niUl, .1., B'-.lVir, Hin,
COCHRANE. RICHARD, Urayghloush,
Relaghlitf, Kclljf, County Meath, Ire,
land. 4
Iluslers.
MOORE. HUBERT LKB. Canton, N C
PEAK. ALFONSO. Danville, III,
JOHNSON, FRANCIS L, Worcester, Mass,
THE SUN, TUESDAY,
Honor Roll
Reported Total
Aug. i$. to date.
, 114 3,983
12 , 1,201
, (3 1 1,559
14 696
202 9,987
164 1,790
609 19,216
Reported Total
Aug. 19. to date.
, 12 849
, 19 1,849
0 93
, 31 2,791
l-rlrmtes.
BCCKOV1, NICK. Detroit, Mich.
CHIPMAN. JOHN C. Newfoundland.
CLAYCOME, ltotdERT H Somarset, Pa.
LABONTY, NE3TEII. New Bedrord, Mass.
LAVIOLETTE, HENRY J., Marlboro, Maas.
.OPEJIAN, EDWARD, Brldgston, Me.
GOVERN, RALPH J.. Hancock. N. II.
PADDEN, JOHN J, Holyoke, Mass.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM B St. Jamea,
Minn.
BATES, nor II., Worcester, Mass.
C ANN ELI, 8. W.. Pontlac. Mich.
CHASE, KENNETH U Naw Bedford,
Maaa.
CRAW, ALBERT J Naw Badrord, Mass.
TULLER, LEONARD C. Shellrock. Ia.
GORLA, FRANK, conrath. Wis.
HAM WAY, SAM, Wheeling, W, Vs.
iF.wJ?u VICTOR A.. Heaver Falls. Pa.
0.M..',0' EUW-IN RICE, Stillwater. Okla.
'SPV PKANCIS REGIS. Pittsburg. Pa.
LONNLNG, BERT B Thor. Ia.
J,'?,9X'0t:0,,aB Clev,land, Ohio.
Nsb tl'' CUINTON K- 'Jlngham.
H,'J,Li:V,I9P' HENRY. Leonardvllle. Kan.
WHITAKER, HERBERT O., Worcester,
Mass. .
W1EMER, KURCHARD HENRY. Waco.
WOOD3, RENE, Sandown. N. H.
MISSING IN ACTION."
Captain.
OLIVER, CLARENCE IU, Klmlrm Heights.
Lieutenant.
I RIZZELL CHARLES F., 84 WUIram st
New York.
KINGERY, JAMES ROUNTREE. Summit.
Ga.
Sergeants.
AIM8MAN. NATHAN, 47 Boernm St..
Ilrooklyn. ,
KRAJEWSKI. STANISLAUS STEPHEN,
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
0,i1iE, WH-LIAM C, 4tt West Forty
third at.. New ork.
ROOSA, ISAAC II.. Port Jerrls, N. y.
E.lLA?'' .JOltv".. p- MT 't Flfty-
'Urhth at.. New York.
DAVIS. HANNABLE. Marshall. N. C.
HINES. THOMAS JOSEPH. Lynn. Mass.
f A?,". ARTHUR J Oneida. Tenn.
LUNDE, CARL I., Asbgornsenag ate, Bak-
ken Speln, Norway.
Corporals.
CLARK, WALTER .8COTT, New Brons-
wick. J.
nANIKLS, RAYMOND w ninghamton,
I'tihE?' "ARVKY E-. Wrstneld. N. Y.
J?r2;y city""" F" " Conre, '
MARTIN, lA'l!L A.. Nutk-y. N J.
PI-TT. CHARLES P.. Thorofare, N. J
STACHEWSKI. MATTHEW, Buffalo, N, Y.
BAKER. STERLING. Seward. Neb.
Sy.A.suMOR,,AN w Columbus. Ohio.
KIDDLE. C. FLOYD. M.cca. lnd
BIGELOW. EDWARD 8.. COlfsx, Wash.
CROOM. CHARLES. Duryea. Pa.
KERSEY. CHARLES F., Charleston. W. Va
SCHULTZ. JOSEPH. Nantltcie. Pi.
Privatea.
An5TiN." rKANK V.. S89 Eleventh St.,
Brooklyn.
AUSTIN. PEARL C, Harmon, N. y.
IIRECKNER, LOUIS, Syracuse, N. Y.
CAMPBELL. FLOYlJ Trenton. V J
CHAPMAN, ROBERT 8., Corona, N. Y.
CLARK, si.MON 4., Oneida, N. Y.
MITCHELL. CHARLES B IU H'llkln-
on sr.. Jrrsrr ril V I
MOORES. CLINTON, Stoke. N. y.
FANNELL. JOSEPH J., sts East
at.. New York.
Hid
FELDBLUM. WILLIAM, Z rrinee. si.,
Newark. N. J. '
FINACCHIARO. ANTONIO. Rochester,
GAMRO. JOE. Newark. N. J.
"JtSY PHN ,OBnR',:' Bingham
HUNT.' EDWARD P., 1IT .Mannln, mx
Jersey City, N. J. "
KARP. JOHN, IS West 116th it.. New
sork.
lii-2?XS0v0,I0'"- noehestrr. N. Y.
I.EC.CIO. GASPARO, MS Grorrla av .
Brooklyn.
i'S.n.AN?J' DAM r'rth Amboy, N. J.
OLL, WALTER, t'tlra. N. Y '-"
WF.INER. HARRY. 814 Myrtle av Brook,
lyn.
lOUNO, HARVEY M., SSI West KSth
st.. New York.
APICELLA. FRANK. Cleveland, Ohio.
A,n2N.?PN' HARRY W.. Boston. Mass
IIAKER. f-'II.AH W. Seymour. Tex.
nAILEY, nOY H.. Liberty. Ind
BELCHER. FRED. Belcher. Ky.
BLAYLOCK. JOHN A Dahlgren. III.
BULLION. EARLY. Woodlawn, Va!
CARNEY. HUGH I... Campbell, Cal.
CHESLEY. WALTER, De Moines. Ia,
CINCOTTA, FRANK WALTER. Waltham.
Mas
CLOWRY, JOHN J . Chicago.
COOPER, JOE B.. Laurens, S. c,
r,2TBI'1- HARRIS E. Yarmouth. Mass.
CR1SSELL. STANLEY. Brooklyn. Pa.
CROWLEY. JEREMIAH FRANCIS, Fall
River. Mass
DAONINO. ATTILE. Ssn Francisco. Cal,
DAHL. WESTLET G.. Bralntree, Mass.
DEDOBBELAORE. CAMIEL, Atkinson,
MATTERO, JOHN B.. Provldenc, R. I.
MEADOR. WALTER I.., Waleott, Ark,
MENENOER. MANUEL S., Oilon, Portu
gal. MILLER, ELBERT FRANKLIN, Mitchell,
Neb.
MURRAY. MORRIS B.. Pellston, Mich.
PACINI, JOE, Memphis. Tenn.
PERGANDB. HARRY, Milwaukee, Wis.
RADKF, CLARENCE. North Milwaukee.
Wis
RUFFO. JOSEPH, Philadelphia
SALERNO, PA8QUALE, Wlnnetka, 111.
SALITER18, JOSEPH. Chicago.
SANDUCKY. JOSEPH, fitanwood, Xlleh
8HAMANSKI, WALTER A Mount Car
tile). Pa,
SINKENS. STEVE. South Boston. Mass.
SMICIIOWSKI, STANISLAU, South Bend.
Ind.
SPILLER. ISAAC. L) nn. Mass.
STEWART. ROBERT C. Ersnsvllle, Ind.
8ZYM ANOWSKI. WILLIAM. Chlesro. III.
TIIULL. FERDINAND J.. New Brighton.
Ps.
WATSON. GEORGE N., Kansss City. Mo.
WESALO, JACOB. Chicago. III.
WILSON, WILLIAM C, Earlsboro, Okla.
DBANE. BLENDON F Skowhesan. Me.
HECTOR. CARR E Coleman. Tex.
HUPP. FRANK L. Cumberland, Ohio.
KOIUCKI. FRANK, Chlrago.
LOGSDON, CLARENCE It., Klllbuck.
Ohio
MOOAVERO. LOUIS. Philadelphia.
BOVINE. RIFE. I'errysvllle. Ohio.
DeMATTIA. JOSEPH, Ilo.lon.
DENNISON, SAMUEL FURNSTON, St.
Louis, Mo.
DIQKSON, FREDERICK It.. Benson. Neb.
Dl DONNA. RAKFAEL3. Bristol. It. I.
DIXON DOUOLASS, rarsons. Kan.
DYE. CLIFFORD, Centre Point, Ia.
EBERT, OSCAR. Watertown, Wis.
ECKROAT, CHARLES L, Bremerton,
Wash. .
EHLERS. WILLIAM. Milwaukee, Wis.
ELLtO OTTO If.. Wlnthrop-. Minn.
FISCHER, PERCY JOHN, 8tockton. Cal.
FOR8YTHE. ALBERT I. Le'dy, Okla.
FOSTER, EUGENE. F Bnls. Pa.
GASTON. JAMES. Cincinnati, O,
GEHRMAN, THOMAF. Appleton. Wis.
GIBSON, ISAAC H Roanoke, Va.
GIOIA. ALFONSO. Sfottrtale, Pa.
GOLDMAN, BASIL B Chlrago.
GOLDSTEIN. ISRAEL. Philadelphia. Pa.
GREGORY, CLARENCE W Blaine, W,
1IAOAN, ALFRED CURTIS, Wllklnsburg,
Pa.
HAM- WILLIAM II., Blue Jacket, Okls.
HANSFORD. THEODORE. Fenttle, Wash.
HARRY. GEORGE. Hennessey, okln.
HEDGES. CLAUDE F.. Cestos, okla.
HEINLY, RAYMOND F.. Hamburg, Ps.
IIERRINOTON, STUART M Oak Dale,
Va,
HOOPER. GEORGE F., Sulphur, Okla.
HOWELL, EDWARD I., Nellette, Okla.
IlfTSON, ZID, Centralla, Tex.
IRVING, THOMAS J Earlysvllle, Va,
JOHNSON, GLEAHON. Mineral cliy, Ind.
KANTORFKI. STANLEY J. Chicago,
KEITH, EARL G Scotlsburg, Ind.
KINNIKIN, THOMAS J Savanna, Okla,
LA COLLA, STEPHEN, Boston.
LARSON. HANS. Rochester. Minn.
LEIIMAN.V. ARTHUR L Chicago.
.LKWANDOWSICI. ROY It., Milwaukee.
"l.OWMAN. CHARLES W Yalo, Okla.
l.l'BO. RICHARD J.. Chicago.
LVNCII. JESSE ('.. Clinton. 8 C.
M'CUI.I.OUUH. BONNIE 8, Hore. Ark.
MANGI.VO, GIUSEPP, Thompsonvllle,
Conn.
M Vl'.Vfl GP'SI'IPPE Th p-nnilll'
MARGRAVE, CLIFFORD r Olustee,
SLAPNICKA. FRANK, South Omaha, Neb
SLAVICK. JOHN J., HaxeMon, Pa,
SLOAN. JAMES, Wheeling, W. Va.
8NOWHERGKR. HILTON R BoswtlL Pa.
SOKOL, PETER, Boston, Mass.
4
AUGUST 20, 1918.
'rPKIOEL. CMAItLES. Chicago!
BTEIQKIt, 1SMANUKL, Olenham, 8. D.
i,wi. baiiuhu rnnaueipitia,
TBDESCO. MIKE, I'rov. dl Cosenia en
Aorltfllnn. Hull.
Jill PP. FERCY (J Weill. Me,
Aoitlla. llalv.
VOGELSANG. MARCUS. Heemsted, Hol
land. .
WALKER. CONRAD, Hastings. Neb.
WESTFALL. ELLIS O. Vlncennes, lnd,
WIEHE, CLIFFORD HENRY, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
WILSON, HARRY, Philadelphia. ,,
WOODS. GEORGE CONNIE, DcarbOrn,
Mo. 7
WoitLF.Y. JOHN Z., Benhams. Va.
ZEIGLEH, ROBERT B Longvlew, Tex.
WOUNDED SEVERELY.
Major.
TACK, 'WILLIS J.. Spencer. Wis.
Captains,
COACHER, WILLIAM II., Mitchell, 8. D.
LEWIS, HAROLD G Hougoton, Mien.
Lieutenants.
CHURCH, JOHN U ill Broadway, Flush
ing, N. Y, -
URNKY, THOMAS. 324 Bleecker st-, New
York.
KOUIISKY, RUDOLPH, 4IG East Seven
tieth st.. New aork.
MAYS, JOHN (I., 53 Riverside Drive, New
ork.
HOLLINOSWORTH, FRANK, 1'allsade,
FOLKS, IRVING, Sll Weat 104th sL, New
York.
RICE. GORMAN W.. Ksrucute. N. Y.
I STEINIIAKDT, MOUTIMORE I.., 29 Ninth
av., new loru.
KANE, nO!HELL n Fort Worth, Tex.
DARN1EDEK, FRANCIS A Sheboygan,
Wis.
JOHNSON, LAURENCE E, Lowell, Ind.
LEWIS, CHARLES 8., Jr., Indianapolis.
Ind. '
LINCOLN, CLARK It., WakeHeld, Mass.
McKENZlE, FRANCIS C, Rami, Oa.
MARSHALL, THOMAS B, Colurr bla. 8. C.
MARTIN, HARntY II., Emporia. Kan.
MERSHON. VANCE. Buckner, Mo.
2IORRI8. L. 1.. Lexington. Mo.
I'UK. N1ELSON. Baltimore. Md. ,
Sergeants.
rnUDIIOX, CHARLES A., Farrington,
Conn.
DUCZINSKI, FIGMANT, Housatonlc, Maas.
CUMMING3. SAM, Athol, Mass.
DONOVAN, THOMAS A., Somervllle, Msss.
HOWALT, AXEL N South Duluth. Minn.
PRICE. WALTER R Crookavllle. Ohio.
ZEMAN, LOUIS A.. Waconle, Minn.
BOUDREAU, FELLON V Sprlntflsld,
Mass.
IRONS. WILLIAM' E., Burrows. Pa.
JONES, FREDERICK ARTHUR, Kansas
City. Kan.
LEEMKUIL. JOHN O.. Sheldon. Iowa.
OLSON. EM II, A SprlngHeld, Maas.
RICHARDSON, ROBERT A Mound City,
III.
SUDDRETH. CIRENCE R.. Inolr, N. C.
WALSH, EDWARD J.. Albla, Iowa.
CHAMPOUX. FRANK U. Oresnneld. Mass.
SMITH, PETER. El Paso, Tex.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM. North Edgewatsr,
Chicago, III.
I8H. JAMES S'.. Cleveland, Ohio.
KEYS. CHARLES D., Philadelphia, Pa.
ROBERTS. GEORGE E.. Muskogee. Okla.
SMITH, WALTER N., Manchester, Mass.
Corporals.
MATHER, WALTER F.. Hartford, Conn.
WURZBACK, OSCAR II., Newark, N. J.
SEFFICK, CHARLES, Bridgeport, Conn,
BAKER, MEHRIL E Yarmouth. Mass.
COFER. ROBERT U, Danville, Va.
EC K LBS, THOMAS S Mllford, Mass.
BUTTS. DEWEY CHARLES, Muskegon,
.Mich.
ct.OUOH. ARTHUR L.. Fayvllle. Mass.
FINN, GEORGE W.. Woburn, Mass.
Fit APPIER, ARTHUR O., Springfield.
Mass.
GLEASON. JOHN T. East Boston. Mass,
HILDERRAND. FRED M Newton. N. C.
JODOIN. ARTHUR J Lowell. Mass.
KOSTICK, MIKE. Frostburg, Pa.
LEA. LLOYD II.. Ashley. Ohio.
LUPTON. CLYDE EVINS. Newbern. N. C
SWIFT, CHARLES F.. Falrhaven. Mass.
J ONES', LAURIS T.. Huntsvllle. Ala.
NELSON, ROY C Maynard, Mass.
SPILLMAX, WILLIAM D.. Valley Falls,
Kan,
WHALEY, WILLARD WESLEY. Colum
bus. Ohio.
NICKERSON, HOWARD J , Gloucester,
Msss.
QUERY, ROSARIS II.. Sprlneneld. Mass.
SEAltt. ALBERT F East Boston, Msss.
Buglers.
1IASSETT, JOHN E. Pro-idnce, R. I.
RAYNOR, JOSEPH 11.. Douglas. Ky.
PARVIS. PAUL J Muncle. Ind.
Mechanic.
TOEBES, ALBERT. Fatemen. X. J.
ANGERS, EM1LE E Sprlngneld, Mass.
Private.
BALDAUF. HARRY, Rosedale, N. Y.
Ill'ODAT, WALTER, lliinalo, N. Y.
CONWAY, rTHKODORE C, 18 Glenada
plmer, Brooklyn, N, V.
CUNNINGHAM. FRANK V... Poughkeepsle,
REATTY, THOMAS A., SOS Park at.. Ho-
boken. N. .1.
BEKNAT, JOSEPH ... S8 North Ntath St.,
Itrooklin. N. Y.
I.U PF..WV, VERNON T Mayvllle, N. Y.
RINCK, JOSEPH. I'lltchogue, N.
SCtrTT. PATRICK, 184 Nott St.. Ixng
I.li.ml City. N. Y.
MALONEV, JAMES. ISI8 Elglily-nrst St.,
Rrnoklyn. N. Y. " ''
8MTZ. PHILIP, 3ls Monroe t.. New York.
AuMSi hu.-'.i,, i iiuiiAa , iiaiilna
luiwxiav, iiay.mund, Klltannlng, ra.
VALDBS, LEOPOLDO, Saspamco, Tex.
VERHULST. FLORENT, Chicago.
V18CL, PATRIGIO, Pescasserall, I'rov. of
County Mayo, Ireland.
BERNSTEIN, SAMUEL. Chicago.
DAI.HEIM, ELMER IU Newport, Ky. .
ALEX. EDWARD J., Worcester, Masa.
ANDERSON, PATRICK, Whltlnsvllle,
Mass.
DRMOWSKI, JOSEPH O., Webster. Mass.
BERTH AUME, VICTOR, West Warren,
noYEli, OTIS LEE, Kansss City, Mo.
BUSS, HERBERT 8.. .Worcester, Maas.
CORJAY, PETER, Springfield, Mass,
ALESKANDROWICZ, JOSEPH J Web-
tor, Mass,
ALFORD, FLOYD. Coburn. La,
IIAKER. GEORGE W., Worcester, Mass,
BI8CHOF, HENRY J Johnstown, Pa.
B1SII, EARL Indianapolis, Ind.
BREWER, "JUSTIN T Portage, Mont.
BRITTON, EDWARD. Fair Hye,,Provlnco
of Brunswick, Canada,
BROWN, EDWIN, Lowell, Maas.
BROWN. ALBERT 11., Lowell. Mass.
CALVERT, ELZA C St. James. 111.
CONTOIS, ELI II.. Worcester, Mass.
CURRT, JAME3 II., Indianapolis, Ind.
DAMICIIALIS. ALEX. Centrevllle, Cal.
FOSTER, FRANK D Carlyle, HI.
FULLER, JOHN H Columbus. Ga.
UARCKAU, WILLIAM H., Marlborough,
Masa. . ,
GLADIN, SCOTT .. Tolllson, Arls.
HEINY, AZRA L Noblesvllle. Ind,
JEMMA. GIUSEPPE, Oeranna. Hal.
JOHNSON, ANDRUS V., Mona Miinsala,
Finland.
KING, RAYMOND W.. Baker, N. D,
MOLER, RANZA, Leavenworth, Kan.
NEILL, THOMAS H Aurora, III.
PARADIZIO. GIOVANNI, Peteras. Stev-
lena, Italy.
PERRY. ANTHONY, Springfield. Mass.
PHILI.IPS.v CLIFFORD. Rome, Gs.
ROACH, HERBERT B Jackson, Tenn.
WILSON, CASEU Chllllcothe. Ohio.
McNULTY, WILLIAM N Lawrence. Mass.
MATHEN, OKEY. Msrletta, Ohio.
MOKOSKI, JOSEPH, South Bethlehem, Ta.
NOBLES, ARTHUR P., Springfield, Mass.
PIKE. WALTER E Haverhill. Msss.
POND, DANIEL I... Athena, Pa.
ROSS, OEOROE. Terre Haute, InJ.
ROSSA, AUGUST. Woodlawn, Pa.
RUim. JESSE LLOYD, Moundsvllle. W. Va.
SCII AFPER, GEORGE W Plttaneld. Mass.
TAYIAJR, SAMUEU East Jaftrey, N. II.
TVNKIt, ELIZAH A Maud. Okla.
WILLIS. JAMES A Providence, R. I.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Lieutenant. ,
OI.BFIELB, JOHN CAS1IMAN, OarnerTllIe,
.
Sergeant.
O'NEIL. DANIEL J SIS East Ninetieth
at., New York.
Corporal.
CANADY, ALBIN R Bughlll, N. C.
. Prl sates.
BR1EGEL, ALBERT HENRY, Canton,
Ohio.
COCHRAN, PAUL, Chlrago. III.
CRAVEN. CHARLIE. Banslte, Ark.
MADIJY. GERALD, Newcastle. Ind.
OWENS. ELLIS A.. Blacksburg. S. C.
ZAKAROSKA, PAUL P.. rhlladelphls. Ta.
HUMPHREY. BERT II.. Carpenter, W. Va.
LYONS. JAMES. Louisville. Ky.
DIED FROM AIRPLANE ACCIDENT.
Lieutenant.
HUGHES, NORMAN D.. Philadelphia, ra.
DIED OF DISEASE.
Private.
MA NO RUM, WILLIAM. P., Shawmut, Ala.
SALVESON. HENRY, Superior, Wis.
SUTPHIN. RAYMOND, Jonesboro, Ind.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER
CAUSES.
Master Engineer.
SNODGRASS, LI.IMIA KELLY, Princeton,
N. J.
Coriraral.
SENTELL. HENRY G., Sehoolfleld, Va.
Prla!ei.
HAOEMANN. EUGENE c Nashua, N. It.
SCHAEFFER. CHARLES L, Roy, Mont.
BURNS, PAUL. Indianapolis. Ind.
KUCINSKY. JOHN, Philadelphia, Ps.
RYCENGA, l.BB JACOB, Grand Haten,
Mich.
VAN DERZEE. ARMER J., Burlington,
Wash.
VAL'TRAIN, LEVI J Indian Orchard,.
Mass.
WOUNDED, BEGHEE UNBETERMINED.
SergeanU.
AMP.HEIN. CARL J., Oreensburg, Ind.
HCISSLE. CHARLES. London. Ky.
GLEASON, WILLIAM J., S. Boston. Mass.
Corporals.
ANDERECK, EDGAR P., Minneapolis,
Minn.
HII.USTEAD, LEONARD W, Preston,
Idaho.
M1KOS. JOHN J.. Chicago, III.
lVlvB-tes.
LIEBETRAU. HERMAN A., Cross Plains.
Wis.
OLIVER. ISAAC D.. Balnbrldss, Ga.
POWNELL, HENRY E.. Ottumwa. Ia.
RANDALL, FRANK T.. Philadelphia, Ta.
SNF.YD. HENRY D.. Catassqua, Pa.
STOK. GEORGE. DeKalb. III.
WlIsoV. HARRY, Minneapolis. Minn. .
PREVIOUa.Y REPORTED MISSING
NOW REPORTED KILLED, r
. .. .Sergeant.
TRF.SSLER. JOHN C. .Meyersdale, Pa.
CorporsN.
FRUT1I. FRANK L., New Brighton, Pa.
REINHART. FRANK W. Philadelphia, Pa.
SMITH. CHARLES. Canton, O."
Pritatea.
CLAWSON, HERBERT S. I.atrobe, Pa
FIMtHURN AM ON E.. Philadelphia. 1
Pa.
mUKAU
Turkish Cigarettes
ARE MADE ESPECIALLY" FORTHE
DISCRIMINATING AND EXPERIENCED
SMOKER OF HIGH GRADE
TURKISH. CIGARETTES
Thel)lenclihg .
is exceptional
Pivi-DTIAN GfGARETTE5
V"l!asa
S
OANTZ. FRANK C. Philadelphia, Pa.
HART-tVICK, OSCAR, Mercer, Pa.
HF.LWIG, JOHN W., Columbia, Pa.
LINDSAY. GEORGE K, New Brighton,
Pa.
M'FARLAND. VERNER W Fallston, New
Brighton, Pa,
SINCLAIR, SAMUEL E., Detroit, Mich.
MARINE CORPS.
(Day)
KILLED IN ACTION.
Corporal.
DALEY, JOSEPH M Auburn, N. Y,
McKAY, LESLIE B, Barren Hotel, Port
land, Ore,
Privates.
BROOKS, PROSPER R Rlols, HI.
SHOVER, OSCAR E., Indiana Harbor, Ind.
THAW. DON ALO L., Kl Toro, Cal.
DIEB OF WOUND4 RECEIVED IN
ACTION.
Privates.
WILMOTj HARRY, UloveravtUe, N. Y.
ANDERSON, RAYMOND A., Minneapolis,
Minn,
CALL. DARRELL H., Chicago. III.
PEDERSON, ALFRED J Tampa. Fla.
STARK, HUGO J Belleville, III.
WEGENAST, FRED A., ft. Mathews. Ky
SEVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION.
Privates.
AI.TMAN, GUY, Cleveland, Ohio.
DELHUMER, HENRY B.. Cambridge,
Mass.
HROWNLOW. JOHN H.. Alpine. Ala.
IIOIINE, ROBERT S Landsda'.e. Pa.
RAPHAEL. ORIO V., Boston, Maes.
RENKEL. ROGER W.. Normandy, Mo.
PANKO, ANDEW, Mesquejhoblng, Pa.
WOUNDED IN ACTION (DEGREE
UNDETERMINED.)
, Corporals,
ALLAN. GEORGE D IjSalle, III.
JORDAN. JACK. Tulla, Tex.
BENNETT, WILLIAM II., Mount Morrison,
Col.
Prl rates.
STANLEY, BERNARD J Amsterdam,
CHAPPELLO. JOSEPH, Cleveland. Ohio.
FISHER. JAMES E Columbus. Ohio.
POJESKE. JOHN J Wayne, Mich.
ROARABAUGH. HARRY R, Kearney. Pa.
RYAN. PAUL J Argyte. Minn.
FHEETS, EUGENE S Rock. Kan.
WILSON, WYNN II.. St. Quentln, Cal.
DIED OF DISEASE.
Captain.
HOLI.IDAY, CHARLES P., Rockland, Me.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED KILLED IN
ACTION. NOW REPORTED SLIGHT
LY WOUNDED.
Prisnte.
MIXERD. GEORGE E., Pltcalrn, Ta.
V. S. MEN LOCATED
IN GERMAN PRISONS
War Department Announces
List of 28.
Wasihnoton, Aug. 19. The names of
tenty-elgM American ofTlcors and men
In German prison camps were made pub
lic to-day by the War Department as
follows :
CAMP KARLSRUHE.
Lieutenant.
KIDDER, WILLIAM BTUROEVAN GARD
NER, British Royal Flying Corps; ad
dress unknown.
CAMP RASTATT,
Captains.
TRUXEL. WILLIAM C. Meyersdale. Pa.
COUSART. JAMES B, Philadelphia.
Lieutenants.
CHEESMAN. BURT. St. Joseph. Mo.
TAYLOR, EDWARD R Bellefontc, Pa.
GEE, J. E Monnngahela. Pa.
SWAJITS, WALTER LEVI, Scranton. Pa.
SI.(fN. HERMAN. Merchantvllle. N. J.
BROWN. WILLIAM. Scranton. Pa.
nARP.INGER. H. E.. Jacksonville. Fla.
CROWNS. GEORGE II., Nekoosha, Wis.
RAYMOND, ROBERT. Boston.
Sergeants.
BARRETT. MITCHELL A.. Philadelphia.
CAMP BAYREUTH.
Private.
MORTON, JAMES E , Hamilton, Ont.
CAMP DUI.MAN.
Private.
I1ENNAN, JOSEPH R . Princeton, N. J.
HUNT, HAROLD J lllghtstown, N. J.
CAMP IIAMMELBURO.
Corporal.
HUGHET, GEORGE D lhlgh. Okla.
Prlate.
FRESHOUR, ROLI.IN .. Rlpon. Cal.
CAMP I.IMBl'ltG.
Corporal.
MURPHY, EARL K.. Hartford, Conn.
SCIUI.I.O, JOHN, Wate'rbury, Conn.
CAMP STARGARD.
Private.
JAMES. HARRY K, Bristol, R I
IN int .
M IBssaBBBsW"
They are just
like meeting
your Best Girl
face to face.
ffEMBER-Thereareno
others like your "B. G."
8
CAMP UNKNOWN.
Lieutenants.
ROBERTS. ALEXANDER, Gulfport, Ml as.
HITZEROTH, EDWARD, Philadelphia.
Corporal.
WOODWARD. EDGAR M., Btoysstowa.
Pa.
Privaes.
BUSTED, CHARLES JACOB, Phlladsl
phla, B1XLER, WALTER 8., Connellsvllle.. Pa.
NEELE. WALTER E., Ballsbur-, N. C.
TWO DIE WITH CANADIANS.
Score of Other Americana Re
ported. Wounded.
Ottawa, Aug. 19. The following
American names appear In to-day's cas
ualty list:
Died of wounds P. Duberrle. San
Francisco; M, J. Keefe, Cambridge,
Mass.
Wounded M. Foster, Oklahoma City:
A. Norton, Walhegan, III.; A. Harrison,
rialnfleld. Conn.; D. K. Mackay, 319
East 162d street, New Tork city; E.
Hail, Ironwood, Mich.; "J. W. Kane,
Ijtpeer, Mich. : 1 McCormack, West
minster, Mass. ; D. M. Olllls. Iloxbur:',
Mass.; F, T. McFoe, Seattle;. C. W.
Armstrong. I,oa Cllvos, Cal. ; W. J.
Speight. Portland, Ore.; H. Stretton,
New Mexico; E. K. Charlton, Water
town, Msbs. ; T Ross (address given as
Wlltsburg. Pa.) ; F. H. Hunter, Orafton,
N. r. ; J. Crowell, Charlestown, Maas. ;
J. Portch, Detroit: J. Ryan, Chicago;
C. II. Thomas, Brighton, Mass. ; U It.
Hrown, Detroit; R. HlggUi!, Duluth,
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REVENTL0W STORMS AGAIN.
trues Connter Offenalvr Asralnst
' Allied rropsKsmls,
Amstcroam, Aug. 19. Count Ernst
von P.eventlow. chief editorial writer of
the TagesztUunrj of Berlin, recom
mends an "effective counter offensive"
against the extension of tho propaganda
contained In "masses of pamphlets
spread over Germany, aiming at the
confusion, excitement and Incitement of
the incompetent manses."
Count von Heventlow mentions a
pamphlet entitled "The Happiness of the
Future a Peace League of Nations."
and another containing articles one of
which praises the revelations of Prince
I.lchnowaky, while a third reproduces
the letter from Dr. Wllhelm Muehlon, ,
former director of Krupps, to former'
Imperial Chancellor Dr. von Bethmann
Hollweg. Stein-Bloch
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