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TJHE SUN. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1Q18.
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ARMY
Fit., v
Sptcial ntuxiich to Tin Bn.
WASHINGTON. Nor. t, Thfte urmr or
nara were taaupd to-dayi
,, Mfdlrttl Corp..
Isllonlnc appointor Flrat Mtutenanls. to
Ppocetd to Cntnp Oroenlrat. Kort Ogla
ihorp, flrornln, fop ctouna of Instruction:
(Jforas Kilunril Jlthbsrcsr, Prank Freil.
arlck Gardner, Charts Lloyd Ilarslia,
Herman Call llunn. William Net
Ooehline, Vlto Dctlsr l'lmnl. llcnjamln
Lslsar Nainmt. Andrnw Uennott Wall
fren appointed Cait.ln, to Ynlo Army
laboratory, Now llnvrn, for fours ot
Instruction; Uuainva Albert Gorlss np
pointed First Lieutenant, to camp
Meade, Admiral, IU,S i: I nurd lldnd
Marliey appointed Flrat Lloutenant, tn
Camp Wheeler, Macon; James Hoyt
T.enla appointed Captain, to Camp Jnclc
on. Columbia; William Harry Hap
Joglo appointed Ckptatn, to Fort niley,
Kansas, for coursi of Instruction; Cal
vert Luther Hinmona appointed Flrat
. Itdautenant, to San Franolaco; Kdward
Wadawortli Peterson appointed Major, to
aorernora Island: Sam I'ercy Myer ap
pointed Captnln, tn Chicago; Alexander
tnnli 1l...la antu.lnl,.l drat 1.1. n.
tenant, to Camp Dl, Wrlchtstown. N. 3,1
Herman romerana appointed First Lieu
tenant, to Camp Devena, Ayer, Mass.
jDiiowina appoinieu captain, to proceeu
to Camp Uteenlcaf for couree of Inatruo
tlon: IJ. Kdiar Hughson. Ori Albert
MeCulloch, Arthur ltallamrlntv Arthur
Xdtar rrlct, nurko Lainartlue, Johnion
' llx Georve Hoyt.
Albert J. Itoberta appointed Captain, tn
Camp Orant. Rockford: William T.
D.h. 1.1 . TIh Ylai.ln.innt
- to Ban TrancUco; Chrlatlan Ilateman
Luclnbuhl appointed . Captain, to New
Haven for ruurae of Instruction: Jamea
Edward Watera appointed Flrat Lieu
tenant, to New Haven; Charley William
Garber appointed Flrat Lieutenant, to
Fort Bam Houston: William V. Johnson
relieved from dutv at Fort Monroe. Vir
ginia, to proceed to Camp Abraham
Kustls. Lee Hall, Vlrrlnla.
Following to bo appointed To le Major:
Capta. J. l Alexander, Jacob Vuwltr
Avery, Douclaa lvn Campbell. Howard
M. Cameron. Theophllua I'. Cnpllncer,
ttuy M. Clafln. Joeph F. Cleary. R. :.
Denlaon. Walter 15. Draper. William Al
bert Oerrlah, Henry Mnnnlnc Oeborne,
Jamea Denham I'naco, Walter S. Slinrpe,
Ftederlek Hallett Spencer, Emtl Wlnd
mueller. Anil Wolfe Hon. Frederick
Jmli.li Wuriele. Henrr Croskty Allen.
Carl Henry Davie, Kverett Hmphreya
, HOTX.n, .AlirCU r.HWu ..Micnrm
Hulh Wilkinson. To be Captains: Flrat
Ideuta. Gardner Henry Applewhite. Max
William llrachvoiel. Oeorae Marlon
Bumicarner. Walter It. Coleman; Taul V.
Davidson. Harry J. Harker. Oeors F.
Hollar, Walter Banford Illlmqulst. U
Roberta Johnson. eoro William
Sehenck, Beth Arthur llrumm, Mora
Blmeon Ilulla, Fllo Harclay Coats,
Oeorite Wllla Clarke, Fred Crmsliaw.
Oeorca Leatle Dally, JMh J. Davis.
Joseph r. Delaney, Joseph V Doxler.
William Henry Terrier, Walter Christian
lllriel. Charles R. Lanahan. Chsrlea U.
Larocco, Labarer Leamy, Ernln hmanucl
Mayer, William C. Munly. Joseph Erplnj
Patanelll, John W. Olson. Morris Jacob
Radln, Harry Dickey Scwell. Charles K.
Shanor. Joseph Huahes Shaw. Hyron O.
Jthults, Chester A. Stayton. -William Kay
Taylor. Jnmea Stein. Charles A. Warner,
John C. Wllck, John Franychowlei.
Followina; appointed Second Lieutenants, to
Camp Greenleaf: John David Monroe,
Ilerbert Allen Woods. David Warren
Morris, Wlllard Hall Fearsall. l'aul V ,.
Vlete. Charles Xn4olean Valarte. Will
iam Edward Rocho MrMahon appointed
. Flrat Lieutenant, to Camp Meade. Edaln
Frederick Vein appointed Second Lieu
tenant, to New Haven, for course of
Instruction; Thomas W. Brockbank ap
i pointed fiecond Ideutenant. to Camp
, Dedce: William Ronald Wilson appointed
Second Lieutenant.
Crurlnfwe Corpa,
0lr Herbert Conrtck appointed Captain,
to Camp A. A. Humphreyaj Junius WI
on Houston appointed Second Lleuten-
ant. to Fort Henjamln Harrison; Tat
iZ rick Edward Hanaver, to Waehincton;
William umeraon itousei appoiniru rim
I Lieutenant, to Camp A. A. Humphreys.
Following appointed Colonels: Ueut.-Cols.
S Samuel F. CreecJIua, A. H. L'ovell. Kllhu
Z IL Ropea. To be Lieutenant-Colonels :
Majors J. Vinton nirch. H. L. Ilonlby,
J. A. Given, John H. Wataon, Georae F.
Walsel. Thomas F. Welsel, Thomas D.
. "Whitted. To b' Majors: Capts. Fred H.
. Abbott. Edgsr H. Annear, Hurleosco Aus-
till,' Arthur A. Canady, Charlea W. Coch
1 ran. U.- H. Craft. Richard W. Cunnlnc-
liam, Chanrey L. Currter, Harry L.
" Dale, Jlerrltt W. Dixon, Jr., J. Dodeon.
S John F Dullnit. Karl W Evans. Charles
R, Fisher, Jame II. P. Ftk. F. C
French, a. H. Glfford, II, M. Gllltsple,
Robert A. Greenfield. W. G. Grlbbrtl,
" John A. Grirtln. William R. Orunow,
. John O. Hendrle. Georte F. ltobson, K.
- I.. Holderman, H. W. Holland, James
;TV, Houseal, Irtlnit V. A. Hule, Charlsa
VJltaymond Hulsart, Carlton Jsiha;
' George H. Johnson. Charles G. Jones,
Z Alexander Clinton Knight, Harmon
Laughlln. William F. Lowls. Walter H.
5 Ltlly. Robert Jl. McGregor, William M.
, McKee-. Edward E. McKelghan, John
VDe.N. Macomb. Clark R. Mandlgo.. J. W.
Mark, David T. Mason, A. R. Masters,
Willis Norman. Millar a. (I. Miller,
5 Bush II, Morrow. Everett II. Murray,
Clarence E. Mts. Day Ira Okea, Will-
lam S. Pattlnger; T. L. IMttlson, F. W.
Parry, H. V. nttman, Thomas J
Powell, M. Francis Qulnii. O. C. V. I!an-
dolph, Ernest K. Robinson. Jay At Ros
t alter. Charles M. Seymour, Maxwell M.
Smith. John William Owaren, C. M. Tal
n bot, Victor G. 'Thomasson, John Small
Thompson, Norton Ware. Frank K
Webb. William M. White. Lewla W
Wicks, H. W. Wilson. Waller Mcl.
Wolf, William S. J. Zwlck.
(To b Captains: First l.leuts. Harry S
Abell, Jared 15. Allen, Thomas Johnson
2 Allen, C. M. Anderson. .1. 11. Arnold,
- Hamilton V. Hail, C. N. Hnllentlne,
Karl Haumgarten, G. Annon Henuchamp.
' F. J. Roland, J. Camden Ilrady. Julius
D. Rrown, W. J. Urush, Joseph K. ,
Burke, M. Caldwell, tt. C. Capellr, Ray-
u room! B. Carver, T. C. Cary, Francis w.
Chapman, a. 11. Christopher, Arthur M '
; cook. J. o. corsett. Clltt Cornwall. V. A.
Wf Davis. Wlllinm S, Dean, F. C. llugan,
!; Milton 1. Duplessls, Allan V. Elston.
D A. M. Engel, Walter U Falvey. H.
J" Fluegel, I G. Foreytho. J, W. Freeman,
Jamea W. Galloway, Thirmas C. Gary,
S Walter I- Gay. J. J. Grlltlths. E. II.
Handy. W. L. Harlow, Eugene I Hart
k Jnan. I J. Selder, II. W. Hesterlv,
5 Harry H. Hilts, l'lerro Hlnes. J. C W.
Hlnshaw, E. I- Hoer.dahl, James II,
Z Hoffman. H. I,. Holderman. Dwight G.
t Hubbard. F. A Hubtnrd. tlrover C.
w Inglla, Charlea M. Jenkins, M. R Jeppon.
M W. H. Knapp. Hush O Kramp. Kenneth
K. liryder, Charles M, Lewis. George W.
Lwl. J. J. Llrniiicott. Robert Llovd.
Wlllard Ti. Ixirgren, George 11. McGary, i
. Robrt M-M!I!an. Stephen Malatesta,
n. Meredith, Sydney A. Mcwlilter. A. II
. M liter. Howard C. Moleberry, Harry V.
Xewcomb, G-orgo L. Nlckernon, Jnmea
0, Norton. Jjmes E. L. Oryan. 8. II.
Over. D. W. I'ac. O. Talmnr. I). W
Plersnn. J. S. Piper, O. C. Trowell. Ilruco
Purcell. Herbert S. Ragland. ;.. V. Hag
land. Ernest K Robinson. E. C Sanfonl.
J. W. Seltzer, H. It. Klieperd. II. Her-
man, Jt. T. Singleton, A. II. Smith,
W, Y, Slemper, Jr.. F. A Slone,
R. E. J Summers, A. Taylor, J. T
Thompson, Charlea Thnrhurn. Eugene
1. Van Antwerp, Albln F. Victor.
W. D Volk. Charles A. Volt. Charles
H. Wngner. K. V. A. Wetmore,
C. Wheeler, J. 8. Wise. Thomas Jt. Wlwl,
C. F. Wright. W. K. Wright. To be
First Lieutenants: Second Lieut.". Henry
n. Alkln. Walter M. Argbrlght, ILee M.
Arms. John D. Arthur. Utn Oliver
Badgley. W. H. Betls, W. II. Booth. R.
Q. Bowlby. J. O. Bos, N. F. dlrown. Hen
K, Brue. WllUtNt; .V. Sis.aman, e. W.
Burlln, C. M. Burton, Georgn A. Colne,
C. W. Campbell, H. D. Chaplin, O.
Myaon Clark, Charlea Clendeneon. A.
v Cochrane; Harry Cole. II. II. Collins,
v Harry E. Comfort, E. C. Conslanllne, A.
I)altm. C. I'arker Davidson, Jr., J. l, J.
Uavls, Clarence J. Derrick, E. J. Dill.
" man. R. S.,Dunn, Jacoh E. Eckstein, M.
W. Fsrdwell, Chnrlea II. Fowler, Rol.md
Galltmnre, -Ralph Gedney, James Glbney,
F, II Hay, Harold D. Hayes, It. K. Her.
man, Frederick W. I Hill, (leorgo H.
Hill, Jr., !' K. Hockman, Allan Edgar
Hughes, Wynne D. Hulburt, G. U. Jen
klnson, K. r. Ketchum. Roy Emanuel
Klstler, Fablus II Kohlesa, Robert C
Loweth, IRoderlck 8. McCoolc, F. E. Mc
Gannon, T"red M. Malnney, Henry It.
Mapolser, Plerpont L. Minor, Elliott M
Mitchell, T. A. Mottram. It. S. Morgan,
, F. Pace, William H. Peck. W Mar per
" flne, Everett H. Plerson. W. K. Robinson,
I-ederlek A. ltnemer. J. B. Schafftr. H.
1 ql Per MONTH ON
PLEDGE OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY
M
.HE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
OF NEW YORK
Application tor loans of large
amounts trill be considered at
the olice at Fourth Avenue and
25th Street.
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s
L
ORDERS 1
J. Bchwnbtfcker, Sidney R. Start, Philip
F. Shannon, Arthur J, Shaw, Harold G.
Smaller, Henry M. Sparks, rtVllllam J
Btaples, Uonry Ten Hagsn, Burt Frank
lin Totnllrtann, Vernon A. Vaughn, Laslle
O, Walte, Harry W. Wilder, IS. L. Will
iams. George M. Williamson, John Hart
Wilson, I, Van Wind.
Thaddeus 11, tfpencer appointed Second
LltulenanL tb Camp 'A. A. Humphreys;
Peter Guy Benson appointed Flrat Lieu
tenant, to Tort Duuglaa, Utah; Don B.
Tripp appointed Cuptaln, to Fort Doug
las; Walter P. Smart uppolnted Second
Lieut, to Camp A. A. Humphrey: 'Rich
ard It, Gentry uppolnted Captain, to
Camp Sherman; Jamea Peter Momb ap
pointed Second It.teiitenant, td Camp At 1
A. Humphreys: Clifford U. Klmbolly ap- ,
pointed First Lieutenant, to Camp A. A
'Humphreys; William Harrold Wilson ap- I
pointed Second Lieutenant, to Camu A.
A. Humphreys; Marvin C. Welborn ap
pointed Captain, to Camp Pike, ArKan
sas. Motor Transport Corp.
Following appointed to duty as Indi
cated: Jtobort A. Btevena. First Lieu
tenant, will report to Chief Motor Trans
port Corpa for duly In personnel division;
Howard II. Fielding, Second Lieutenant,
to Camp Joseph 1). Johnston. Florida:
Dell t). Snodgrass, Pecond Lieutenant, to
Fort Ham Houston vlth Jlepalr L'nlt No.
301; Sergeant txiuls fl. Huber, Flrat
Lieutenant, to Camp Holablrd; Douglas
Kent, Second lUeutenant, to Camp Jo
seph E. Johnnlun: Ch.irlea Robert Lynch,
Second Lieutenant, to Camp Joseph E.
Johnston; William C. Hall, Second Lieu
tenant, to Camp Joseph E. Juhnaton with
Motor Transport Corpa Tralnlne School;
Harry A, Waterman, Flrat Lieutenant,
to Camp Joseph E. Johnston; Russell
Alexander Clark, Flrat Lieutenant, (o
Camp Holablrd; E. L. VVUord, Infantry,
Captain of Motor Transport Corps, tu
Ninth .Supply Train; Sidney F. Barrett,
Second Lieutenant, to Camp Jesup; Ser
geant Chester C. Seavey, Second Lieuten
ant, to Detroit; Fred A.. Wolrf, Flrat
ll.leutenant, to Camp Meigs; Michael Jo
seph Keating. First Lieutenant, to Camp
Jesup; Otto II. Grunner, First Lieuten
ant, to Camp Molga; Lytle Hull. Saoond
Lieutenant, to Camp Joseph E. Johnston.
Flrat Ltsuts. Warren It. Bullock. Donald
D. Mitchell. Walter M. Towne. Quarter
master Corps, appointed Captalna, Motor
Transport Corps.
Following Second Lieutenants appointed
First Lieutenants ot Motor Transport
Corps: Frank C. Andrews. John L. Braia,
William E. Burns. Charles E. Crews.
Joseph A. Eagen. Lewis C, Ollger, Cliff
ton 11, Gray, Harvey H. Ilanni, Larue
T. Ttrtattm, Stnnnrd F. Johnson, Lutner
M. KnllTen, Howard F. Leopold. F. E.
Looney, Fred Lyon. R. T. Maclntyre, J.
L. Miller. II. R. Motherwell, II. A. Porter,
C..O. Rots. E. 8, Schank. G. F. Seymour,
E.L. Smith. J, E. Smith, C. E. Spauld
lng J. K. Underwood. C. 13. Wiggins, E.
C. Young, Jr., J. I'. Young, 11. W. Truax.
Ordnance Department.
Following appointed to duty aa specified:
Sergeant C. J. Harrison, Second Lieuten
ant, to Camp Kearny, California, as as
sistant to commanding officer, general
supply depot: William Thomas Alllger,
Captain, to Washington; William F. Leh
man, Seconal Lieutenant, to Washington:
It. 1). Humphrey, Captain, to Ilarltan
Arsenal; Sergeant S. W. Edlund, Second
Lieutenant, to Ilarltan Arsenal. N. J.:
II. W. StlmpVin. Captain, to Washing
ton; Joseph M. Mlchaelaon. .First Lieu
tenant, to Washington; Uergeant L. C.
Hupp. Second Lieutenant, to Camp Lo
gan aa assistant to commanding officer,
A. C. Well. First Lieutenant, to Cleve
land district ordnance office; Second
Lieut. II, II. Klger, First Lieutenant.
Q. it. C, will report to acting Quartermaster-General
for Jluty In Motors Di
vision; E. F. Grors, rirst Lieutenant, to
Rarltnn Arsenal for instruction; II. W.
Dlffenderfer, Captain, to Washington;
M A. Tharp, First Lieutenant, to Rari
tan Arsenal.
Quartermaster Department.
Following appointed to duty as Indicated:
H. J. Carroll, Jr.. First Lieutenant, to
Washington; W. P. Bloecher. First Lieu
tenant, to Charleston, S. C; 11. H. Gor
don, .Captain, to Washington; E. W.
Mumford, Captain, to Washington, V.
Blydenburgh, Captain, to Washington;
II. M. Canning, First Lieutenant, to
Camp Gordon. Georgia; F. P. Went?.
Second Lieutenant, to Washington: G. J.
Dunphy, Second Lieutenant, to WiAhtng
ton; E. S. Thompson, Firsts Lieutenant,
to Detroit; Sergeant R. A. Miller, Sec
ond Lieutenant, to Baltimore: G. E.
Densmore, Flrat Lieutenant, to Washing
ton; Ctpt. C. McCamlc, Quartermaster
Corps, Captain. Ordnanco Department;
PrUate J. S. .Condon, Second Lieutenant,
to camp Josepli B.-'Jonnston as company
commander; H H. Ellison. Jr . Captain,
to Washington: T. D. Galey, Second
Lieutenant, to Camp Green. II F. Bird.
Second Lieutenant, tn Camp Lewis; F. A.
Trahln. Second Lieutenant, to Washing
ton; W. McK. Sklllman, Second Lieuten
ant, to Ancon. Cunal Zone; H. B. Pepin,
Second Lieutenant, to Camp Pike, Arkan
sas; E. Rosing. Captain, to Chicago; Cor
poral P. Dasch. First Lieutenant, Motor
Transport Corps, to Camp Holablrd;
Capt. R. D. Donaldson. Quartermaster
Corps, Captain Ordnance Department, to
New York district; Second Lieut. A.
Mans, jnf&ntry. Second Lieutenant Quar-.
termaster Corps; T M. Lowls, First
Lieutenant, to Operating Dhlslan, offico
of Qtiurtermaster-General. )
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NOVEMBER 11TH TO 18TH
WHAT THE
UNITED WAR WORK
The President has expressed what is in every
American heart. As a nation we are united
in the winning of this war. As a nation we .
stand behind 'our fighters eager and prepared
to do for them whatever will hasten victory
and make the fighter's task a little lighter.
As individuals there is little we can do. As
a nation we can work wonders through the
seven organizations authorized and recognized
by the Government.
They come to you not as -Catholics, nor as
Jews, nor as Protestants, not as the represent
atives of any creed or enterprise, but as Amer
icans to ask that-you join in this great united
undertaking for God and country and our
fighters.
The .President has voiced his belief that this
spirit of unity will be "crovyned with abun
Why you should give twice as much as you ever gave before!
The need is for a sum 70ft greater than any gift ever asked for since the world began. The Gove rnmcnt has fixed-this sum at 8170,500,000.
By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the cost and effort of six additional campaigns is saved.
. Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before, our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy during.ioiQ their
When you give double, you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organizations every step of the wav from home to
the front and back'again. on provide him with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a store, a school, a club and an athletic ficld-and a knowledge tint
the folks back home are with him, heart and soul. ' ",v"uc
You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs. Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the war! . x
This space contributed by a friend.
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
THE WHITE HOUSE
r- WASHINGTON
"My Dear Mr. Fosdick:
"May I convey througli you as Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, a very warm expres
sion of the Government's appreciation of the splendid services rendered by the seven officially recognized volunteer
organizations which arc ministering to the troops at home and overseas? The agencies to which I refer are YOUNG
MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION; NATIONAL
CATHOLIC WAR COUNCIL; JEWISH WELFARE BOARD; AMERICAN' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION;
WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE, and the SALVATION ARMY. Our Soldiers overseas arc fighting the
battle for democracy. with a spirit and a morale unoxccllcd in any other army. That spirit and that morale will win
the war. Through the work which these seven organizations arc jointly conducting America is expressing her
wholehearted support of our troops in camp and in the lines, and her anxious desire that the fine edge of their train
ing as fighting men should be maintained. The activity of these'organizations, therefore, in mobilizing the home, the
club, and the church behind the army is of vital military value and will be of the most essential value in effecting the
result.
"The united war work campaign of these societies is merely another indication of that unity of spirit as a nation
that is making it possible for us to win the var. That spiri t and the place which the work of these agencies has made
for itself in the hearts of all of us gives mc confidence to believe that the united campaign will be crowned with-abuu-dant
success."
Cordially and sincerely yours,
WOODROW WILSON.
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CAMPAIGN IS
NOVEMBER 11TH TO18TH
dant success." This success should be even
greater if peace is upon iis than if we were to
face another year of war.
With the cessation of hostilities, it will become
more than ever necessary for us to stand by
the boys .over there. Surely, after they have
done their part in winning the victory, we
cannot for one moment allow them to feel that
they are neglected and forgotten.
It rests with you. Think of this campaign as
your sole responsibility. What you give
will mean its success. You cannot leave this
undertaking to others. It is YOUR cam
paign. In France, Americans are , fighting
this war as if the result depended on the way
each individual fights. At home, this cam
paign rests with you. What will you give
decide to-day and make your
biggest thing you ever did!
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