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II 1 THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, ' 1918. 13 Ul-1 Br"- t r foe r WAR.MAKES WIDOW OF 4 MONTHS BRIDE Message Tells "Wife of Death of CnpU IUirrngc, Wounded in Battle. COLONEL IS NEAR DEATH Memorial Services to He Held To-dny for Hcv. W. Stevens, First Chaplain to Die. A War Department manage received vestcruay by Mr. Helen Hurrage, 01 Clemvood avenue, Uast Oranfrc, brought to her the first news of the death of her husband, Capt Percy I. nurraje, to whom the was married In June, a few ilays liefore he sailed for France with the SIGtli Infantry. Capt. Burrago died of wounds received In battle September CO. Capt. Hurrage was the son of Mrs. Hobert h. Hurrage and the late Dr. llurragc. medical director for the Pru dential Insurance Company in Newark. It. .. . tfi.Biltiat.il rmm i hi. fnh.BA II MllUaiv Academy win ,i n.infn.. trl- i verslty and attended tho first officers , training camp at Plattsburg. He was i transferred to Governors island nnd finally won his commission or Captain at Port Niagara In May, 1917. Cnpt. itcglnald 11. Sturgls. 500 Cedar avenue, lllrhmond Hill, gassed In action, also trained at Plattsbuig nnd went to France In April with Company L of the 30Sth Infantry, He Is the son of the ute Thomas Sturgls, who was a Fin. Commissioner In New York city under Mayors Strong and Low. Several Tlmcsj Near Death. In his letters home tho Captain told of the many narrow escapes he had be fore he fell a victim to gas fumes. Doth of his Lieutenants, ho said, were killed one day ns they stood talking to him. On another occasion he was In his Colonel's dugout when a sholl struck the shelter, seriously wounding the Colonel, but leaving the writer unscathed. The Captain was gassed August 27 as he was leaving the trenches "after a long siege of trench duty In which his com pany had suffered acutely from lack of hot food. Capt. Joseph S. Bach of the Quarter master's Department, who was killed In action October , lived in Hajtines-on-Hudson. Ho had been In France only two months. His mother received the War Department's notification of her son's death at her summer home In Deal. ??. J. " Lieut. Matthew Olsteln of the United States Medical Corps died of wounds October 1. according to word received from the War Department by his father, Jsadore Olsteln of Peekskill, N. Y. He was 21 years old and a graduate of the Albany Medical Schol. After serving In tho Medical Corps at Camp Upton he was sent to France In July, and waa as signed to the 314th Infantry. Wounded in Throe Places. Lieut. Herman G. Wothcrspoon, Com pany D, 104th Infantry, who was wounded In three places by machine gun Are. Is sv member of the veteran corps nf the old Seventh lteglmcnt, N. G. N. V. and Is a son of the lato Henry H. Wotherspoon. a civil war veteran of the cime regiment Lieut. Wothcrspoon was a serccant In Company H of the Seventh. He won his commission at Spartanburg, I S. C. A few days before his regiment ' nailed he was married to Miss Helen McQuinn of Bailgor. He Is now con valescing at a base hospital In France. Corporal Benjamin Franklin of the 107th Infantry, whose name was twice included In the casualty list by mistake, has at last been definitely reported ns severely wounded, and Is In a base hos pital in Kngland. His father Is Major B. A. Franklin, manager of the produc tion division of tho Bridgeport district ordnance office. He Is 21 years old, and enlisted during his freshman year at Co lumbia University, where he was active In athletics. His home is in Springfield, Mass. He Is supposed to have been wounded during the attack on Cambrai. In a letter to his parents he said: ' "If you should never hear fiom me again you can make sure tint before my demise ten Germans" got what was com ing to them." First Ofllcer Killed In Wnr, The Royal Arcanum has been well rep resented In the national honor roll, sev eral hundred of Ita members having been reported killed, wounded or missing in action up to date. At least forty-three members who donned klukl have made tho supreme sacrifice nnd their names will ba Inscribed on the honor roil of the order and place! In Its archives. Among those reported killed Is Capt. Newell R. Flske of Cranford Council No. 1469, who was tho first American officer officially reported killed on tho battlefield of the Marne. Ho was, a Captain In the Seventh Infantry and received h's fatal wounds while leading his company In a charge. A special memorial service will be held In the First Reformed Kplscnpal Church, Madison avenue and Fifty-fifth street, at U o'clock this morning In honor of the Rev. William Du Bono Stevens, first New York city jiastor to die in the ser vice of tho American Kxpedltlonary Forces. Two Brooklyn churches will huspeml their morning services so that 'heir oongreg.-itlons may attend tho mo- BROOKLYN AnVEBTISKSIENTS. ANDERSON & CO.'S ELECTION DAY Sale of Pianos. PLAYERPIANOS YOUNG STODART CHICKERING BEHNING ANDERSON PEASE HARDIWAN STERLING WILBUR HAYNES WESTON IRVING iinticiiiTS iito.vt $95 I'UMIS AN LOW AS $375 liiilical terms! PLAYERPIANOS AUTOIMANOS. IlKllNINd. HA1NKS. WK1.TK.MIHNAN' It K I'ltO I UCI N 1 1'I.AYKH, ANDKItSON A CO. AND MANY OTIIKUS. $15 BUYS A $40 PATHE PHONOGRAPH Onlr ' left to he sold at 1.1. drooki.yn's i.hadim; riANo IIOI'HK FOR it TEARS. 291 Livingston .St Bklyn. Between Ncvlm St. snd irnovr' I'l. morlal irvlce. Blsliop nobrt L. nu dolph will odlclale and addresses will bs be delivered by the ICev. William Adams Brown, utcretary of the General War Tlrr.o Commission of the Churches : the Kev. Dr. Karl Uelland, rector of St. I Ooorgo'n church, who will represent the . Jicti cross, and the Hcv. Percy T. Kilrop, army chaplain. It Is expected Oov. Whitman will attend. Dr. Stevens was a chaplain of the lied Cross, lie died In I-'rance on September 29. Many soldiers, sailors and lied Cross nurses hore on leave from duty overseas will attend. IlnnUer Anionic the Wounded. Lieut. H. Elbert Foster, Jr., Adjutant r.t the Klret Battalion, 30th Infantry, was wounded during; the operations In Argonne Forest. Keptember ST, and Is now in a base hospital. He Is the con of Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Foster of White Plains. He trained at Plnttsburg and was promoted to First Lieutenant just before he sailed for France In April. He hna been recommended for Captain, liefore entering the service he was con nected with the banking house of Hemp hill. Whtte i Chamberlalm 17 Wail street. , Lieut. John J. Kllcouree, wounded In action. It a surgeon attached to the lf.Sth Infantry. Ho Is 29 years old, married and a graduate of the Long Isl and Hospital Medical College. Private Fountain N. Taliaferro of Hlcksvllle, L. I, was wounded while res cuing some or his comrades who had fallen In action. He crawled out over tho shell swept area between the Ameri can and German trenches and had suc ceeded In dragging "thlrty-flvo Injured men back to safety before being wounded. Tiie story of his heroism was told to his mothev by a. wounded comrade who had been sent back to this country to recu perate. Tho latter also turned,, over to Mrs. Taliaferro the War Cross which her son had won through his bravery. Prlvalo Taliaferro Is attached to the Ambulance Corps. 32,083 FIRES IN 1917; 12,385 IN DWELLINGS Carelessness of Smokers and Children Blamed for Ma joritjof Mazes. Three-quarters of the fires recorded In the boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx and Brooklyn so far this year, and three-quarters of the total loss of life due to these fires have occurred In peo ple's homes', that Is to say In tenements, private dwellings, furnished room and boarding houses, according to A state ment made yesterday by H. C. Hrearley of tho Nalonal Hoard of Flro Under writers at the Fire Prevention Day cele bration held In the Aldermanlc chamber In the City Hall. Tho largest single causes of fires last year, Mr. Brearley explained, were the careless handling of cigars, ciga rettes and smoking pipes, and children playing with matches. "In 1917." said Mr. Breairley. "i:,33." of the 22,083 fires In the boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx and Brooklyn were In places of residence. In apart ments and Hats there were 9,038 tires; In private dwellings 2,653, and In room ing nouses 694. "Tho largest single cause of death at these tires lay In the Ignition of gaso lone, benzine and alcohol vapors, prac tlcally always duo to the careless or Ignorant handling of these fluids In the home. "New York has an excellent Fire De- partment In many respects the best In the world, but one of the reasons for Its superiority is the fact that wo New Yorkers cause so many fires. We walk llghtheartedly Into trouble and trust that our brave and skilful force will set I us out." ! Mayor Hylan vai to have at- j tended the celebration, but was pre vented by tho Investigation Into the causes of the accident on the Brooklyn i Rapid Transit Line. The celebration was held under auspices of the Mayor's Com mittee on National Defence, of which Henry McDonald Is director-general and George W. Loft In chairman. George II. Bronmn acted as chairman of the meeting and the music was provided by the Fire Department Band. Thomas J. Drennan, Fire Commis sioner, explained that tho Fire Depart ment Is suffering from the loss of 460 of Ita trained men who had been called to the colors, but that this loss had been made up In a measure by the formation of nn auxiliary volunteer force which now comprises 2,800 Volunteers. These volunteer firemen, he said, are devoting two nights a week to active training at tho fire houses and have proved a valu able adjunct to the department. The small boys' love of fire and Its serious, sometimes fatal, consequences, was rtlscuvsed by Dr. William F. Doyle, chief of the Bureau of Fire Prevention. The cure for this unmixed evil, he said, Is difficult, as the authorities disliked to tesort to court action unless actually unavoidable. 'One of the things his de partment Is striving for, ho said, Is the cooperation of properly owners. Ho ap uppealed to the Intter to help reduce the possibilities of fire on their properties by Informing hie bureau of all violations of the fire laws on the part of tenants, such, for Instance, a tho Illegal accu mulation of Inflammable material. WOMAN SUCCEEDS DUJAT. Mr. llniUer, Itlehmnnil Hill. Ap pointed County, Clerk In ((uerns. llllam Chllvers, personal counsel for Gov. Whitman, announced yesterday that the Governor had appointed Mrs. Clara A. Rodger of Richmond Hill County Clerk In Queens in place of Alexander Dujat, who was convicted of bigamy. The new appointee Is the Republican candidate for County Clerk, which paya f 8,000. She will serve Dujat'n unex pired term of two months. In announcing tho appointment Mr. Chllvers said the Governor had selected Mm, Rodger "because of her preeminent ability." Sho Is a member of many clubs! and Is said to have had numerous non-partisan Indorsements. Cherry Street Ilnlaea Service Fine. A eervlce flag with thirty-eight star was raised at a block party on Cherry etreet'.bctween Roosevelt BtreeSand James slip, last night In honor of the men from the neighborhood who are In the army and navy, A gold and sliver star told the story of one killed and one wounded. Al Smith, Democratic candidate for Qov- ernor. was horn In 174 South Btreet Just t the foot of Cherry street and sneechea In his behalf, were made. A band furnished music, the young people danced on the pavement. ACCIDENT INSURANCE Block, Earl & Manuel, Inc. INSURANCE BROKERS Phono Broad 37CO 27 William Si., N. Y. PROVED PURE FOOD FOR CAMP DIX MEN Soldiers Mny Ent nnd Drink Only in Tlaccs That Pass Iligid Inspection. BOOHE HATEHS HETUKN Overseas Experience. Makes Troops Unanimous for Dras tic Tcnce Terms. Special ntnalch to Tss Sex. Camp Dix. Wmuhtstown, N. j Nov. 2. No soldiers from Camp Dlx will be permitted hereafter to refresh the Inner man at any restaurant, Ice cream parlor or soda fountain unless such establish ment bears the O. K. of the Sanitary Corps of the army. This new order, put Into effect to safeguard further the health pf troops, supplements the general Inspection of such places by State and local health boards. Inspection la not forced upon any es tablishment. In fact. It is made only after the proprietor has requested It Already more than 200 owners In New Jersey have applied for the Inspection. nnd having1 met the Sanitary Corps re quirements are permitted to display the card advising men In uniform that they may safely eat or drink In their )lacc.. Major L. C. Bolton of the Sanitary Corps, with a detail of assistants, Is In charge of this Inspection service. In spections will be frequent and may be made at any time. One requirement Is that paper cups be used at soda foun tains nnd paper plates for Ice cream. RcstaurantB must come up to the standards of pure food and sanitation demanded in the, preparation of the nnny mess. Generally leaking, pro prietors who have procured the Inspec tion do not regard this new role as a hardship. The majority look upon It as a good advertisement to the general pub lic to De aoie to display the .Sanitary Corps certificate. Retnrn to V. 9. Full of Ttatr. One fact appears to annoy the home coming of every American soldier re turning from the front to Camp Dix for new duties. It Is. they say. that Amer icans at home are too complacent In their hatred of the Germans. Scores of thee overseas veterans have ex pressed the Bame thought In ncarlv as many different ways. A fellow Uvea anions' the actual scenes of German brutality and beastli ness and he can't understand tre ,-ieople at home, who seem to think we are going to oe aoie to sort of smooth things over and live at peace and harmony with the Boches as soon as a treaty of peace Is signed," said one commissioned officer, wno not only saw heroic service and sustained severe wounds hut whose du ties previously took him through tome of the devastatd sections of France and Belgium. "Svery American soldier wno nas Been on the other side and Im moeu tne spirit of France and Belgium inows mis win oe an utter Impossibility "In this respect. It Is almost unfortu nate that the United States In no far re. moved from the scenes of Roche methods or wnrrare for the reason that Aml can civilians may bo Inclined to soften In laying down peace terms for the Ger mans. 'The terms of peace should be dic tated by the armies that have been fight ing to mako that peace possible. A Just veace lor ifsrmany would be peace terms Imposed by tho allied armies de manding full reparation for the crimes of which these allied fighters can give first hand testimony and by diplomats who keep In mind the kind of peace terms that German war leaders planned to im pose upon the rest of the world. I.nathlne Ta Infection. "The French, the F.ngilsh. the Bel glums, the Italians have all acoulred such a deadly loathing for Germany and Germans that one gets the impression that It Is a part of their International spirit. Our American population is cer tain to acquire this feeling nnoner or later when enough of our fighting men get hack home. "America, thank God, has escaped the sacrilege of home and the violations of womanhood that will forever brand the Bcche ns lower than a beast Hence, Americans will never he able to ap proach In Intensity tho hatred that Eu ropean nations hold for all things Ger man. , "Walt until our men come home In greater numbers. Walt until some com munity gets the news of what has hap pened to somo popular boy of the town in a German rrlvon. That whole com-i munlty vvlll suddenly blaze up with a white heat of anger that Is yet stranger to soma Americans, and Its residents will automatically Join the worldwide federation of Borhe Haters." The officer said his tilks with Frentfi and English had convinced him that no laws would be necessary to establish a boycott of German goods after the war, The average civilian In allied countries will tell yolt he would starve before he would ever eat a food product of (Wman manufacture and die of exposure before hu would wear German made materials. "You don't seem to find that sentiment In the United States yet," he continued "But it's coming, surely. Yet It sort of e.nlns everv wildler. 1 believe, to come home and find so many people who don't understand that It will be unsafe to end this war until the Germans ure Mrlppcd nhsnlntnlv of anv chance of again at tempting such a crime." GARFIELD CLOSES 19 MORE COAL MINES Action Is Baaed on Shipping of unclean Fuel. Special Detpatch to Tnr, Sex. Wabhinqton, Nov. 2, Nineteen coal mines In various parts of the country have been closed down by the Fuel Ad ministration this week for an Indefinite period on the. ground that unclean coal has been shipped from them. Similar orders have been placed against nine ty-two other mine", making a total ofj 111 that have suspended operations under these orders. At the same time the suspension ordorB were announced by the Fuel Ad ministration reports were Issued by tho Geological flurvey showing that the production of coal has declined 2 per cent, under that of the previous week becauso of Influensa In the mining dis tricts. Weekly decreases of approxl- I mately this tonnage havo taken place during the last month as a result of the I epidemic. . Dr. Garfield's action in closing the mines Instead of Btatlonlng Govern ment Inspeotora nt tho shafts to have oversight of the loading of curs Is In terpreted here as Indicating that tho country Is approaching an overproduc tion of coal and that the suspension orders are designed to reduce the out put until tho winter consumption of coal I ''na. I ARMY ORDERS v ; j Sureial Dttpatch to lot Sex. WASIUNOTON, Nov'. :. Theia army orders wer Imued tn-dayt Medical t'orpl. John Bitot Overland appointed CipUIn, to ColonU, N. J.i Vvintlircp Dnwnlni Ktcey appointed First LIutenant.-to Arcadia, Kls.i Mtyer Solomon appoint)! riret Uentenaut. to Camp Zachary Taylori llenry Melville Cliae appointed Captain, to Camp Ic, Petersburg; Mettile Kuxenr Haferty appointed Flret Lieutenant, to Camp Ueauregardi Arthur Humner llrlnkley appointed Klrat Lieu tenant, to Camp.Clroenri Ailelbart David Dyo appointed First Lieutenant, to New Haven for course of Instruction; Lewis W. llurdlck appointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Slurman: Clarence Albert Hevello appointed First I.lutnnt, to Camp Dodge; William Chester Hmlth appointed Captain, to Camp Sherman; Victor Atituetuj Heed appointed Cap tain, to Uceton; John Uilil Atlee ap pointed Captain, to Camp Jackson; Wll llvm Augustus fleckers appointed Cap tain, to Han Francisco: Kdward Herman Katterhenry appointed Captain, to Camp Custer: Harold Oakland Jones appointed First Lieutenant, ,to camp Qrant. Itcck- ford. HI., William Marvin Johnson ap pointed First Lieutenant, to camp Houle; Itnliert Scott Kttsgarald appointed Csouln. to Camn Oren; Wllllim Au gust Kllngbers . appointed Captain, to Camp Dodi; Litis ilenjamln Fredltrh appointed urai lieutenant, to iviv Ilaven: Kdmund Armlnus Enters ap pointed First Lieutenant, to Norfolk, Mft. Tliomnn Kllu'nnd 'Ttuckman ID- folnud First Lieutenant, to Lakewood; 'tus Cecil Handy appointed First Lieu tenant, to Fort I'orter; Hergesnt Arthur Hunt Ilurgess. Camp Meade; Edward CiTarles Cekul appointed First LJeuten Mnt to fort nrlftthorns for eours of in. structlom Willis Ilrock Young appointed Captain, to camp Boivle, Following appointed Captains, to proceed to Fort Oxlethorpe, Camp (Jreenleaf: Joseph nerjatnln Kopf, Uert John Wxby, John Henry Woodcock, Thomas Louis I'bgarty, Mlchvel IMnard Vance, !elfh It. flnrdon. Paul ()rovnerud, Ernest llus sell Kelse). Following appointed Flrt Lieutenants, to Camp tlreenleaf for rdurse of Instruc tion; Frank llleliard Uurdcno, John Danforlh Tavlor. Lawrenci- Kmerson Sprout, John tlurdo Steele, Joseph Gor don Hecarty, Isaac Harlshorne, William Cephas Herman, A. vv imam "regg, David Ruskln (Irotemetln. Iloliert Stan ley MacKnllilt. Lloyd Mbit Holt, Csorge Lewis Johnson, Umerr L Hoy Hess, !i'.-rge Warren Mccormick. Francis Ilimer Bingham, Joseph Lawrence Kulll A an, Joseph Jacob Smith, Italph Waldo Hmeraon tfprlne;, Ueoi'ge Hay M'on. Frank Karl TJas, David Benjamin Reach,. John Philip Arroll, Hiram Isaac mood, Arey Aloso Butterfleld, Allen Courm, George Hayward Dinner, Joseph AnrnnofT. Chars William Courvllle. ;6rgo Aloyslus Murray, Harry Patrick Howen, Charlca Oliver llulger. Warren Hunter ."herman, Lllburn Haker Lake, Arthur T-ampten lialght, CJustave Edwin Handstedt. Henry Frederick Nolllng, Pri vate Kmlle llloch, Itaymond Peter Bo neill. Henry Hill Blake. Franklin Ches ter CasMdy, James Allan Etherldge, John Franklin Kngland, Private Moses Ulttel son, Ernest Wellington Mlerau, Louis. Arthur Drmodv, George Vranklln Lnmb, John James Reason, Martin llarthella Itoblnson, Hsrvey Francis I Rawllngs, William arfleld nawley, Lloyd Leslie Nelson. Garrett l.uy Ash, Irving Beth O'.tcn, William Ttuymnnd Huckler, Follonlng appointed First Lieutenants, to Fort Hlley for a course of Instruction: Iald J. Moore, Charles B. Erlcson. Clyde Peyton Johnson. Wilbur Edrar Hample lon. Charles Frederick Attwood, Ed ward Hush King. George Walter Emer son. Joslah Beckley Kedneld. James Hu dolph Taylor. Jesse Leroy Wenlworth. Dlioniae Andrew Itoselle appointed Cap tain, to Fort Hlley for course of In struction. ' Following appointed to duty as specified; Prlvatn i first class) Fred T. Hurling, Second Lieutenant. Sanitary Corps, to Yale Army Laboratory, New Haven, for advanced Instruction In special army methods; Bergeant Jacob r 'tnkeistein, Medical Department, Second Lieutenant, .Sanitary Corps, to Evacuation Hospital No r,'J, Camp tlreenleaf. Herceant Percy Herman Hearle, Medical Department. Second Lleutennnt, Sanitary Corps, to , Yalo Army laboratory School. Sergeant i Joseph Willis ElJbree. Medical Depart ment, Second IJeulenant. Sanitary Corps, t. Evacuation Hospital No ",0, Camp Greenlear. Sngeant Harry Hosley Sleg- ' lnund. Medical Department. Second Lieu- I tenant. Sanltnr Corps, to Yale Army ltboralnr School, and Private Harry Norton Pitch, Medical Department, Sec ond Lieutenant, Sanitary Corps, to Camp McClellan. Motor Transport Corps. Private Harry fhnton Snrp appointed Sec ond Lieutenant, to liunalo; John Pat rick Taney appointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Meigs, WashlnEtun. Henrv Moore llus.eii appointed Second Lieu tenant, to Camp Jesup, Atlanta. Charles Austin Jory appointed First Lieutenant, to Washington. Sergeant Daniel Msr tin appointed Second Lieutenant, to Buf falo; Thomas Jefferson Megear ap pointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Hola blrd. H. Lavernc Hli appointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Jesup, Paul August Frank appointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Jesup. Walter Htehel appointed First IJetitenant. to Washington. Ednln Gall Crawford appointed Second Lieu tenant, to Camp Holublrd; John Strainer Itcrryinan appelated Second Lieutenant, to Camp Holablrri. Senceant Hoscoe Lee Niccuni, Walter Henry Carlson appointed Second Lieutenants. Private Leonard Snider appointed Captain, to Camp Jesup; Jtoyai Jt Saalfrank. Leonard Andrew McCarthy appointed Second Lieutenant, to Camp Holablrd. Private Paul Malhew Howard appointed Second Lieutenants, to Camp Holablrd. Private Kent HefTrnn appointed Secund Lieuten ant, to Camp Jeaup; Daniel William Smith appointed Captain, to Camp Meigs; Alfred Gnodheart Walker ap pointed First Lieutenant, to Camp Hola blrd; Thomas Garman Hayes appointed Second Lieutenant, to Washington, Otto Jaeger, Jr., appointed Beeond Lieuten ant, to Camp Joseph E. Johnson, Cal vert Burke. GUI appointed Second Lieu tenant, Evans nrowne and Larue Amor Hob-rts appointed First Lieutenants, to Washington. Ordnance Department, Carl Lewis Klppenbroek nppointed Second Lieutenant, to Camp Doniphan; James Alexander Shaffer appointed Second Lieutenant, to Metuchen, N. J., for course of Instruction, John Cordis Daker ap- Pointed C.iptnln. to Washington; John e. trick Agan appointed First Lieuten ant, to Metuchen. Rosroe Lewis Hunt appointed Second Lieutenant, Claude De vaul Loike appointed Captain, Charles Vincent Fl;e appointed Captain, to Me. tuchctt; Thomas F Rutledg-e appointed 'Second Lleutennnt. to Washington. Frank Hlgglns Holllngshead appointed First Lieutenant, to Charleston; Herman L. Wlttjteln appointed captain In Motor Transport Corps, to naltlmnre; William I, Kflnn nppointed First Lieutenant, C. Pope Cobb appolntrd Second Lieutenant, to Montgomery, Ala . Howard Deutz ap pointed Second Lieutenant, to Camp Travis. Following appointed, to duty as specified: Caleb F. Purdy. First Lieutenant, to Washington; Sherman Lawreno Depew, Major, to Detroit. Sergeant Paul Lid Beaux Kearhle, Second Lieutenant, to P.oik Island Arsenal. Atllllln Mure-Ill. Second Lleutcnsn . to Rarltan Arsenal. William M Baldwin, Major, to Wash ington; Gardner Rrady. Second Lieu tvnaiit. to Rarltan Arsenal, Hlrum Daniel Long, Socond Lieutenant, to Rarltan Arsenal: Olen LnRue Ward, Abraham F. Thai. Fred E Rudolph. Socond Licutenutits, to Rarltan Arse jial; John c Kelly, First Lieutenant, to Rarltan Arsenal, Sergeant W. Ross, Second Lieutenant, to Rarltan 'Arsenal; Sergeant Frederick Carl Schoenhut, Sec ond Lieutenant, to Camp Gordon. Rngtnrera, Following appointments announced; Majors Capts. B. if. Chlsolm, Wilbur H. Corkran, vv ll uanoers, jieroen a. La Roy and Carroll J Swan, Captains First Llents John W. Altken, Thomas W. Bailey, Clinton W Hall, Cornelius Heard, George F Burgess, Clarence n. Cooper, Warren S, Cornlnr, Claudia J. Da Sllva, Kdward W Follanders, Harry R. levering. William J. Lunny, .! C, McCurmk'k. William McNally, Lawrence IIOTKI.S AM) UESTAVIIANTS. .411 HiMt anil llrttamhnll AJrfrllttd In TIIK SOX Ci.mplv irllA Ise Oiden 0 ff Ulilfri) flalrt Knot .tifmlnlsfrafloq. Management of A . It. Klein &M. II. AT 7ltS AND AFTKn TIlRATItK VICTOR IITllK'S LATEST CIIEATION "THAT'S IT" A GIRLIE MUSICAL FROLIC ForanAppclizingChangc in Eatables Try Our Delicious ORIENTAL SPECIALTIES T. Mulhearn. Harold L. PsVrlsh. Harold L. Peterson, Herbert A. Phillip. Illchard Kii .t Lieutenant. First Lieut. Donald W. ItoutonT II, II. Smith, Henry T n, )can. infantry, appointed First Lieu Strong, Luther II. Sivanson, Clifford J. tenant. Field Artillery. Private Andrew Tlielhaud. William D. Weldletn, Heading Harry Newman appointed FlrsNLleuten Wilkinson, Buss F. Willis end francls M, lD (.mp Meigs, District of Colum Wlllslow. Ids First Lieutenants Second Llevite. Samuel ltobert Dickey appointed First Lieutenant, Neal Abrams. Charles W. Harber, Paul and will report to Capt. C. r. lngyld. C. Drew sr. Harold r riuchor, Arthur K. , representative of the fuel branch, Miel Carlson, K. K. Eekenbeck. Walter K. i and Forage Division, Pittsburg, for duty Hlgglns, Miles D. Huteon. Valentine II. , duty. Llhby. James A, Mason, James 1. Med- John David London appointed Captain, to ley. Whitney N. Merrill. John II. Mur rln, Wallace M. Nell, John F, Newton, Paul W. nledstel, Joseph 0. Bobbers, Charles D. Hubert. Frits Behoof, Morris Rhadliurn, Ferdinand F. Vallnotl, Walter A, Vogelsang, Adiisn E, Weiss and John U- Wood. Hobert Itusssll Boyd appointed Captain, to Camp Cody. 'New Mealco, tor temporary duty with tSSth Engineers, thence to Camp A. A. Humphreys ns a student. Following appointed to duty as specified: Jesse Bernard Wright, Captain, to Camp Cody for duty with tanth Engineers, thence to Camp A. A. llumphrejs. Ed ward Perry Crawford, First Lieutenant, to Camp Cody with Uilli Engineers, thence to Camp A. A, Humphreys, Arthur, C. Arnslur, First Lieutenant, to Camp like with 416th Engineers, thence, to Camp A, A. Humphreys; Alan Dean Wilkinson, First Lieutenant, to Camp Cody with tilth Engineers, thence to Camp A. A. Humphreys; Sergeant Schuyler Merrltt 6ka!dlug, Engineers, Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps, to New York for duty with Military Truck Production section; Walter A. Itlchelsen, First Lieutenant, to Camp Cody with 4:8tl Engineers, thence to Camp A, A. Humphreys; Corporal War ren Albert ucntner, Heconu usuiensni, to Camp A. A. Humphreys for duty with Engineer Employment Troops, Clar ence H. Kromer, First Lieutenant, to Fort Douglas with 403d Engineers, thence to Camp A. A. Humphreys.; Clif ford Shoemaker and Nathaniel Hulbert Sliver, First Lieutenants, to Camp A. A. Humphreys. First Lieut. .Frederick I First Lieutenant, to Fort Doualas wlth'sencc tiinllsteu.l 403d Engineers, theme to Camp A. A. Humphrey. , 1 Herbert Gibson lUppersett and 1 ranU , Smith Iwimpron appointed First Lieu tenants and James Edward McGuIre Captain, to Camp A. A. Humphress; John McMlllon Brooks, Jr.. Captain, to Camp Pike, with 41sth Engineers, theme to Camp A. A. Humphrey. Air Service, Following appointed to duty as specified: First Lieut Paul Howen Crumeilu, Cap tain: Cant. Klmsr Kdward Adler. Cap tain. Air Service (Aeronautics), Privates Fred Alquln Groves, Second Uoutenanl, to Haalehurst Field; Stuart Calahplni, First Lieutenant, to Detroit; Ross Kerr Saw er. Second Lieutenant, to Washington for duty la finance division. Bureau of Aircraft Production; John J. Ney. Sec ond Lieutenant, to Washington. Paul M. McConlhe, Second Lieutenant, to Wash ington; John Stephen Vernon, Second Ueutenant, to active duty Eberts Field; Alla. Lindsay McAfee, Second Lleuten ant, to Air Service. Mechanics' School, St. Paul; Sergeant Gerald Joseph Shields, Second Ueutenant, to Dorr Field; Pri vate Harry Mark Renner. Second Lieu tenant, to School of Aerlai Photography. Cornell Unlvtrslty, Roy Clifton Shane berge, Flrat Lieutenant, to Washington William Henry Hltakley, First Lieuten ant, to Brooks Field. Following appointed to duty as specified: Second Lieut. Lloyd L. Swlnehart, In fantry, Second lieutenant, Air Service Aeronautics, t" Kelly Field for Instruc tion as pllpt; First Lieut. William P. Cavanaugh. Captain, on present assign ment: Ralph Barton Perry, Major, to Washington, First Lieut. Carl D. Helm. Captain, Sergeant Ralph William Bailey, Company C, First Development Uatlal ion. Camp Dodge, Second Ueutenant. to Camp Dodge, and Lieut. -Col Brady G. Ruttencutler on present assignment. Signal Corps. Corporal Raymond Boyd Miller appointed second Lieutenant, to camp ,v;ireu van tor duty with the Signal Corps Schoot and Training Camp, Capt. Edward J. S'elcher. Signal CVrps. Major, Air Ser vice. Aeronautics, Capt Samuel T. Fls!;, Major, Corporal Howard Carlln Flynn, Fourth Service Company, Signal Corps. Second Lieutenant, to Army War Col lese, Washington, and sergeant Paul Hmlth Wagner. Second Llsutenan:, to Hazelhurst Field. Quartermaster Department. Following appointed Second lieutenants, to dutv as specified" Sergeant James Ed ward McClaln. to Kelly Field; Trlva'e Edward Francis Ingalls, to Chicago. Sergeant llarrl.ton John Strlngham. to Camp Pike, Private Henry Arron Vel to VVashlngton; Corpota. George Arthur somerviiie, to amp i ayior. PerKeatu Harris Moaser, to Jeffersonvilie. lud Sergeant James David Rowland to Washington; Corporal IMbert Kmmett Coughlln, Engineers, to Baltimore. Pn vats Harry Mason Llpson, to Phiiade phla, Corporal Alfred t. Coller. to Washington, Sergeant Bernhard Klnke to Camp Grant; Private Norman I-rede-rlck Scholz, to Washington Sergeant Walter A. Bouve, Engineers, Officers Training .amp. Second Lieutenant En gineers, to Camp A. A. Humphrev Ser geant Roy Benetl Snyder, to Camp Cus ter Private Floyd Hamilton Kerr, to Espedltionarv depot. Philadelphia Ser geant Alfred Wilson Stlne, to Camp Cody. (;orporat Henr James May, to Washington, PrUate I.eil Harrl.o'i Smith, to Tort Oglethorpe Prlvste Flov.t S. Bennett, to Camp Shermnti. as assist ant officer in charge or utilities ser geant Huxh Munro. Intel'lEem e police Second Lieutenant, to Boston. Sergeant Howard Joseph McNamara, to Madison Barracks; Sergeant Ralph Andrew Dunn, to Philadelphia Following appointed to duty os specified -First Lieutenants: Second I.leuts. Ed ward Coster Sinks. William Daniel Tav lor, Robert Hart Gllllland. Nelson N. Wells and Thomas M. Aycock. Sergeant J. Doven appointed Second Lieu tenant. Engineers, and assigned to Camp Funston. Majors William C l.emen nnd John Trues dale Stewart appointed Lieutenant Colo nels. First Lieutenants- Seioiid l.ieuts Robert W. Brlgis. Vernon T Dow. Will iam Clark Hill, Charles E Jefferson, V Harold Maddox, Itolman Rlchnuind nnd Innox E, Trickle. Capt. Charles H Hammond appointed Major; First I.Uut. Thoinss J. Hillyard, Otto E. Strahlinsnn, end John A Jemes appointed Cap talna: Second Lieiiis. Clements Jones Barrett and Everett I. W tnun appointed First Lieutenants: First Licuts. Guy V Flshir, peter L. .McQullln. John II Cas eed Frank Ignazew-skl, Edwatd Zimmer man, Julian B Rvan nnd William O Wvckoff appointed Captains. Second Lleuts Clark II Mitchell and Charles W Hawle appointed First Lieutenants. First Lleuta .lame. o. Perrlne. Ernest C Arnold. Charles K Flanders and Hardy P. Browning .appointed Captains Second Lleuts Samuel Frlndel, Jr, ap pointed First Lieutenant First Lleuts Everett C Coleman Gilbert, n. Cordln. Maurice I. Fulcher. Hurry W Hew ins, Walter Newman Caleb, s. Rldgewav. Jr, Charles W. Butler, Eugene J McMullen, Fred Post. James E. Alexander, Arthur H, nianchard, Jean A Crandall, William S. Fuller, Roger L. McAndrew, Daniel M. Mi-Duff. Charles II Proetz and Well Ington E. Weldler were appu.nted Cap tains Capt Claude E Gray nppointed Malor First Lleuts. Harrv E Watwnrth and I Horace G Woodbury appointed Cap- 1 tains. Second Lleuts. Justin Perkins, i .. . ........ .- ,,,,,,,, nil, i fiuu- lev R. Fann appointed First Lieutenants Capts. Albert V. Barnes. Lewis B Douglas, Francis Christian Mathews Le gendre, Edmund D. Russ. David Van Gelder nnd Harrv O. Warren. Quarter master Corps, appointed Majors rirst Lleuts James A How land. Curl W. Bliss, Frank E Cavanaugh, William A. Crowe, Warren S. Hood and Thomas A. Turner nppointed cadets. Capt. Charles Lord, Coast Artillery, appointed Captain, Quartermaster Corps, Wash ington, D. C. Col Charles I. Wlllard, Quartermaster Corp", .appointed Colonel, Infantry, to Camp Pike, Arkansas, for duty with M Depot Brigade. First Lleuts. John N. Randall ami Harrv S. Monell, Coast Artlllerv. appointed First Lieutenants. Quartermaster Corns e,ii, .-.iit, .,rwi varoiiiia, r 'V. uuiy wiiii i.tiuni nauaiion HOTELS AMI nKSTAtltANTS. AH iiuiii$ aim HeiQurantt AHvtrllird Tlir RtfV rnu,nt,, ...IIS -V''1' rnffrrf flnfes Fnod lmlnltliallnn. f BROADWAY ijO-NU75? AT 47th SU Lane Iiam33TrTffyfti?LaQ TSJ"11(,nr, al Ml Tisr Frfparrd with the Market's Grade roods. I Major Frtd 11. Buckley appointed Llsutsn- ani.coionei. Capta. Oeorge W. McLean, Carl It. Langen berg, Arthur V. Hughes. Walter 8. How ard, Gilbert 11. Goosey, William Foslslng, Kllsha K. Hanson, John C. Dunoan, An drew S. Donnan, Llovd H. Ilurgess and urnn,l i.i.ut itatnh t. li.Us nntiolnted Wsahlniton. D. c!. Cant. Sydney A I ri"de nppointed Major. Police Department Orders TRANSFERS ANI ASSIONMKNTH. To take effect 8 A, M. November' 5; MOTORCYCLE SEnOEANTS. From precincts Indicated to Traffic Dlv,: William Kiely, BS; John D, McAdam, 111. Lambert H. Furey. HO. PATROLMEN. Michael Moss. SSd Free, to Headquar ters Dlv., Bureau of Repairs and Supplies Maurice .1. Dobson, 67th Prec, to Head nnarters Dlv.. Bureau of Repairs and sup plies, to duty In Division of Supplies. To tske effect A. if, November l! William Evans. 21st Prec, to Marine Dlv. Patrick 8, Mullen, 3th Tree, to 3:d Prec. Edward R.van, 74th Prec, to 19th Prec. Ernest A. sperr, 1st Prec, to 4th Prec, l 1 .l.m.l l)n..,. ., Dr... In tal assigned s attendant, From precincts Indicated fn Traffic Dlv., Sub-Dlv. cs.lo duty In Division of Traffic Stanchion Repairs: George Folsey, 74; John .T. Sullivan, "I, To lake effert 12:0t A. St. November t ; Joseuh G. 11-sllv. 11th Prec. to Division Wetsenhclmcr i of Notional Defence fspsclal war pa d L. Haardman, roil, granted -an Indefinite leave of ab- The following leaves of absence nre au thorised, without pay! PATROLMEN. Albert K, Smith, 80th Prec, for 1 doj from 4 P. M October 11. Herman Ludamann, s,Jd Prec, for 1 dav from t A. M. November 3. Erie O. W. Carlson. ld Prec. for 3 days from 11:01 A M. November 4. The following sick leave Is granted: "PATROLMAN. Emory Jones, 4Sd Prec, for 10 days from 8 A. Jf. November r. A8SH1NMF.NT DISCONTINUED. PATROLMAN. George Foleey. 74th Prec. to 4th tnsp, Dls , to duty In raided premises (tem porary), from s A, 31. November I. SPECIAL PATROLMEN. Resignations of special patrolmen rented : William R. Moore, No. :41, Bridge Prec, to lake effect 8 A. M. October : John II. Segclke. No. ;;44, Mtlt Prec. (15th Dls), to take effect It P. M. Oc tober S3. John L. Relnlg. No. 1114. to take effect 11 S7th Prec. P. M. Oc- (th Dls.) tober 2t. Henrv G. Albsch. (7th Dls), to take tober 19. No. 9;s. effect S 45th Tree, A. M. Oc- Patrick J. Cullen. No. I , 43d Tree. P. M. Oc- (5th Dls.), to take effect K tober 29. George M. Herman, No. 11(7, (1st Dls.), to take effect S A. 7th Prec M, Octo- ber 30. Raymond Delmage, No. S190. list Prec (Mh Dls.), to take effect 4 P. M. Octo ber 80. To take effect 12 P, M. October .10: William r, Doran, No. 1874, 45d Prec (Sth Dls ). Arthur P. Creer, No. H84, 43d loth Dls.). Charles Keller. No. 1(15. 96!h mill Dls.). Prec. Prec. I) ii tcli linn llefagees, A MHTgnDAM. Nov. 2. Grmnn authori ties, have been notified by the Dutch (lovernment that no refugees will be permitted to cross the Belgian-Netherlands frontier. For Piles A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat Bent Will Oe Jnat Like Meet ing a Good Old Friend. Have you tried Pyrnmld? If not. why don't you? The trial Is free Just rngll coupon below nnd tho results mny ninaze you. Others are prntsinp; Pyrnmld File Treatments as their deliverer why not you" .Mall coupon now or net a 60c box from any druggist anywhere. Tnko no substitute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PTRAinn rnuo company, IK Pyramid DMg Marshall. Utcn. Kindly send m Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment, In plain wrapper. Name Street City ytste SI.I IIV AITTION, ONVIEWrKv II at the Galleries of the j FIFTH AVENUE AUCTION ROOMS A "0lectlon of iiand.omi: ami si:it iri:.iii.i; Home Appointments Inc. ml tig pronerty belonging to (lie LstRle uf the laitei Channing EUery Wemer Ilncrklln, i:i lmlnlstrntor, anil consiuntnents from other llsfntrs anil Inillv liluals, t'oi, latin.' of Mojrrn l"urnitut In sultea anil mid pieces, SS note 1'layer I'lano, in Ann cunilltlnn. specimens of obi mahogany Furniture, 1'erslan anil Chinese itugo ami Carpets, lil slher Tableware, oil 1'Hlntings by Korelgn and Atnerl ran Artists, Orients and ICtirnpenn Porcelains, finest Cut mass, Cngrav lng. Ktchlnes, Draperies Itrass HeiN steads, HeddinB A-many other objects. To lie Sold Wednesday. Tliursilu) , I'rldav und Kuturdnj, Nmrmtier (1, ", g A !, from 1 o'clock curb. da. HKNHY A 1IAHTMAN, Auofoor HOTELS AND nKSTAl.'UAXTS. .Ill RoleU anil ;.Tita,uoii AirerlUii in 7 JIB MS L'omplf (( Ise Orrffi, i),t t llllf" ffl'lies f ., nrsinisiroitnn Society's Neuxst Fad .The Golden Glades ATTABOY Gas KJsrnrds Newest Jlevoa OMAR KHAYYAM ItOO.W HOTEL MARTINIQUE Droadwar and ISA fit. No admission or rouvart chlrarsa. Luncbson, dinner and alsvaya a btartr welcom at SCOTCH TEA ROOM, Inc. tl Last 4711, Street. SPECIAL Domjnude Scotch Shortbread and Scant. jflOTiaAHEOfi the rrmi.ic nis plkaseo. COLONIAL LINE B0ST0NYST$4.40 PROVIDENCE DIRECT DO AT 52.97 All Outside Materooms, Il.le to 13.1. Aboce Price Include Mar 'tat Far Information regarding Gma of ds partura rhone Spring MH. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY New York Albany Troy Dally from Pier 31, N. R.. foot Canal St., 0 P. M.i Weal Ulnd St., fi-30 P. M. Due Albanv c o'clock following morn Inc. Express freight service Auto mobiles cirrled. TABLE D'HOTE DINNER $1.25. BOSTON Worcester, J3. S3; providence direct, 13. it. OUTSIDE MTATKItOO.VIK, SI mill sz. For 'ntormatlon regarding lime of de parture phono 2700 Beekmin. Fall River Line Inside Route to Boston Staterooms Restaurant Music. For information telaphono Cort. MOO. NEW LONDON (Norwich Line). Sir, 1v Pier 40, N, R., ft. Houston St., wk. days only B:10 P. M, METROPOLITAN LINE l2 BOSTON VIA CA PK roii CANAL Including Wur Tux .00(1 CtniiT Crnivo -Vvrim 'AmtlUd W .Vlanliullan island Lt. Battery Pier 10:30. 3:30. Tel. Droad 1IU Troy Evening Line fn Wed.. Frt Trov direct. P.M.. Pier 43. N. R., N. V. Tel. Spring ISIS. TOURS. Travel (l)ithouflrouble CALIFORNIA THE SOUTH ALL AUTUMN RESORTS Tickets and Tours for rcrr"Hon nr hiwlnw travel ntcrywherr, All Itoutrn Complete travpl-wvlrc. Inclitdinjr tlrkrts, Pullman accommodation reserved throuKh out, hotels If desired, MbcUuIea of trains, etc. nfflrlal Agents for All Trani-Parinc Hteamshlp Itnei. Tlrkets for Japan. Cbloa. India, Philippine!., etc. THOS. COOK & SON 215 Broadstay, flu I Fifth Air.. X. 1. Acrmiyi KKsontg. KaTsY VOBK Long Is Una. Host Attrsctlie Countrr tsr Kev York Ulty.' Ibt Hotel Garden City Hotel Gsrdrn City, Long Island. One of the most exclusive tiatoliln Aamles, A combination of countrr life and mntrnmi. Itan luxury wldom found: ronductnd on tbi ImsriMn rtlan with h.nrima a Is ... restaurant for Xhe conreolenco of niotorUts. A Most Comfortable Winter Home SI ni lies from N'. Y.; frequent uloclric tr a J ' stuvicv irow renn. attiioo. J . la.-v.-Ua cu.. etoai. NEW JEHSEV tlantlo City. Avoid Grippe by building up in the Salt Sea Air of ATLANTIC CITY World's Greatest Resort TRtWiorE World's Greatest Hotel Success .s'wir'rtVrtn ami f'ul'oprnn Plntia dam ix s. wiim i: josci'ii w. vtorT I'rrvidrnf (len. Mtr. ,V. 1'. Hoohlna f7lr. 410 Times Vnihllno Vhonr, Tlryant f '.?. ii r ON THE OCEAN FRONT Eicvurv ntoncii of real c omforc vvitharv crvvl ron.nont of diatirvctrrfins mer.' wilfouuxlmviaginc7 ".MIB 5N PI AN. ALWAYS OPEN ITCR rUPE,oTtflMS MAILED. Wm.A .Leech flyr. fiOarlborouaBIenlidii. THI UUSISQ Hit Oh I H0U11 or THE W0RU ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. "THE NATION S HEALTH SHOr' HISLTH I SI IfSIOIINCr A Germicide Climate snd Clean Streets. No Duit. No Dirt Innumcrsble Out. door Recrsstlori snj Imloor Entertainments MrttsMaug.siMl JOtlANWHITOIONtCO. ATLANTIC fin, N. .1. America s Famous V.l Ynr Itesort. Mit JEKSKV I.nUeilood. LAUREN PHE-PIFSES LAKEWOOD, N. J. wl'.l oprn for th fall, winUr and fprlnc inoni SATURDAY. NOV. 16f 1918. HtAMi t SUtri:, .Mgr. Ni: llllfLV. The.Pudding Stone Inn Tl " alK- i s th Tin. ir- fiti t . i j, (ClPtv-to ror '(. oti tin lop.ith t T Ml 11 ttl tl,'' IMf'i.I.Mv, V i J 1 ft ild flow th-- a n 1 t li i irrinlir. t ht I'i'mw ItOai.l. If miu'ii' tin. I ut ri,.. Iiijlii' thrre l in'r-Mlmirnt lii Open all mr fivoralil whhM rat- fihlt-r ti VINtTAI. Itoonton. N ,T. VllttilNLV. t'onvalf jerut 1 1 om lnfluf'iirt ft ml 'iif umonla ? Coniplfte rrcoi rryhimti net! b ihi' Sia iintl Sun ut OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. HOTEL CHAtyiRCRLIN Swimming Pool, Golf K n. fo,,l t ui.ina r.'ert:jrtiKsn IIhIIi unl fnstmi,i VSnto CrO, r (DIMS, Mansgtr Fsrlrsst SSsnrns, Vs., .r llnnklrta rud lfirmtiri si Itiitlm I loli iiuresii. llniil Mrvipin looks. J. Il'ar, 081 I'iftli r 5!r-;irs 1'iftii A Itsj'innnd A. Vlilt,'olii, V Prill A A.I, 1 Mr rosier" on l.unl , Tailors IIOAIII) WANTKII. TIOAItD, three rroinis, three ariulta win mm nf. mwrntri istvnL-UJiJi Uijiu vtJuwtiviwiu X liunniM 1 van 'oi,n 4 ter. US week!)-, box i:s Suu, lllKI.r W,NTKI MAI.K ANU KKMAI.E. smsssis ess sssssss soar sssnsaaa""eBssja MEN No Experience Necessary Operators Die. Tool & Machine. Setters i GIRLS ! Press Hands Automatic Machine Operators & Inspectors No Experience Necessary ' Both day and night shifts, ' excellent working condi tions. 15-53 years. APPLY DAILY I EXCEPT SUNDAY t A. M. TO 4 P. M. TUESDAYS AND FKtl) ITS. 1 . A. M. 1UU 1'. .L I CATUIIUAT8. I g A Ai. lu 14 .,L I Fmplo)ment Office Will Be Open Election Day. I REMINGTON ARMS I U. 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