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' 1 I J1" .'.( 'f ".' ! lil, V" '.,"" . ' ' ' i ' nx'SW' -.'' ..- !- . i EVEKI.PBIO ffibOERPHlLADELPHlA, MONDAY, JULY S,' 1918 x ''Vt. a'rvMrA A , 4ft I-S tH v .,- v :,w M1 -iii f' ITi" --- jrt ftf l l If w m V K POOP KTnniHR TFAVF STHFPTS RIIYS FACTORY HKfR OF CITY FOR COUNTRY OUTING TO MAKE LEWIS Glfill BAD NEWS FOR BERLIN FROM THE AMERICAN SHIPYARDS VS" WOUNDED BRITON AIDS IN SHIPBUILDING HERE UNCLE SAM INDULGES IN THE OLD GAME OF "ROCKING THE BOAT" Puscy & Jones Worker Tells of Fierce Battles Where He Was Hurt l Of 'the first Hrltlph army of 7' 000 ;men sent to France only about 600 cur vhed contact with the enemy. One of thee nurlori Is Corporal Tom Halne?, of the template storage shop at the Puey & Jones' Gloucester shipyards Haines was Imallcled out of the serv ice after receMns seere wounds and has been doing his bit In the shlpjards for Seeral months HI reminiscences hae entertained thousands of the ship workers. Here they are, In part, a? he wrote them: "t was In the district of Mons that I got m baptism Into real battle It was'the first time that I had eer heard ft big- shell In the air. and T shall neer forget It You cannot see the shell, nor any smoke, but ou can hear a shriek Which reminds jou of the kind of a ell a woman would let out If she was being strangled onl twcnt times worse "The dlstrltt around Mons was noth ing more than a waste, with a few mines The sjstem of trench warfare had not yet been Invented and we took whatever coer we could find, fighting In sort of an Indian fashion We staed up therp for two das, holding the Ger man until finally orders came that the odds against us were too great and that we should start a retreat Our division then'' held back the brunt of the German attack during the retreat which took us back almost to the gates of Tarls We had onb two machine guns at that time to our whole regiment, and we had no heay arfillerv whatever The Oer mans had alreadv brought their big uns Into action and we wete at a great disadvantage irtnrh lml Out "At one place the whole Fifth Divi sion was virtually surrounded by the Germans with onlv a sirall opening be tween their lines nt one point where, thf re was a possibility of escape uen eral French took charge and led the men out of this pocket without the loss of a single man He had us Pie (Ut In a single line during the middle of the night By this movement he made a great hit with the men and received much commendation "Those who could not Keep up the pace dropped out and many were sent as prisoners of war to Indure the abuse and miseries of the Germ-in prison camps "The Germans outnumbered us at this .--time five to one Out of the 75 000 men who comprised our first army in Fiance only 600 men are lelt "When we started to retreat the Ger mans kept pressing us haid and wa were forced back through St Quentin to the very outskirts of Paris At this point General Foch, now the com mander of the Allied armies on the western front, started the famous taxi cab mobilization of the French reserves After a two davs' battle the French, British and Belgians defeated the Ger mans and compelled them to retreat from the Marne on September 8 1311 to the lino of the Alsne, HirmeL vot ,A freshness! "" . il rj, M ;l S3 3 I Gleeful Children From Colonies of Foreigners Taken l.y Red, .nac Arms Co. Gels Bigy?-' Cross on Ten-Din Natation Main Hae Kensington Plant to Fill V Relatives in V. S. Service U. S. Contract Wj w, .53T A ii A rsuoli time" oh imn ' 'I hat w i" the wnv ' Tom ' I'al SEA SERVICE BUREAU OPENS OFFICES TODAY MORE SPEED AT SHIPYARDS SHIPYARD PIANO OVERWORKED Work of "Rounding Up" Men for Ships Recently Launched Is Begun The new headquarters of the sea serv ce bureau the merchant marine recruit ing organization nfflllated with the United States shipping board were opened toda In the three upper floors of the building at 27-29-31 South Tourth street, which has been leased h the Government, and the bureau has com menced the task of 'rounding up' every available man for duty on board the ships recently launched and those to leave the was in the future A force of inspectors ana clerks were on hand this morning to look after ap plicants for enrollment, and they were kept busy handling the rush that fol lowed the shipping board's announce ment that men must be had at once for this branch of the service The most pressing need has been for firemen, and the scarcity of this tjpe of worker Is still serious, as few are applying Next where the 'n importance are coal passers Coonlev said this afternoon shin nro- ductlon In all its phases is about 80 per cent of the maximum In some sections shipments of boilers and engines and fabricated steel parts are below the needs ' Tills. Mr Coonlev said Is due In great measure to the large number of untrained men who had to be made into first-class mechanics and shipbuilders 'Another factor that somewhat re tarded construction was the Inability ot the workmen to grasp the magnitude and Importance of their task The proper spirit in the shlpvards and the other vi ar plints, partieuUrly In sec tions that feel the effect of the war, has taken amazing form In the last sixty davs however, and production figures are leaping" ITALIANS TO GIVE FLAGS The hundreds of Italians working In the Sun Shlpvard at Chester, want to compliment their American comrades-in-arms and have decided to present an Italian and American flag to the ship yard The two emblems will be raised with patriotic ceremonies Thursdav evening when the new Sun band will make Its debut There are twcntv-sW pieces in the band Germans dug in behind prepared de fenses. This was something absolutely new In the line of warfaie and was the start ot the trench Bvstem which was soon used so extensively on both sides. lloilie Ilullet (lot II I m "1 lost most all of mv accouterments; packs and overcoats were thrown aside In the heat of the battles, and v c came an air ultfi Ittflo mnra ttinn rlflpa anrl 'ammunition In a little village on the Bnd men for ,h" new car shlns' and For the purpose of facilitating re sulting, the country has been divided Into twelve districts The Fhlladelphla district, comprising the area between New York on the north and Baltimore on the south, will be an Important factor In the campaign So far this city has supplied the greater part of the officers way I had seen a German cavalrman laying dead on the steps of a house. Aa my shoes were worn away to almost nntliftic- QnH mv feet were enrf) nnrl I bleeding from the constant marching I , recruiting organization affiliated with the Government looks to It to continue the pace William G Wee, head of tho local branch of the sea cervlce bureau a Plants to Be Working at Maxi-(01(, Mtl.ip Bov nl Cllcstcl ,,.,, mum Capacity Within 90 Days i ., Within ninetv davs all shipyards and ! lo Hiup 1e Hom, the plants supplvlng them with mater-I The piano which Ins been cverv lals will be operating nt maximum I hodv s friend at the Chester Miipv rd capacltv is about to go on strike It ins been This Is the forecast of Howard Coon worked ton hard durine the noon hour lev vice president of the Kmergciicv ,tH p,,ce hna llw 1S ,,e ,n , hXme. Fleet Corporation At present, Mr U' (1IIII riMJ linj lit 1HMUI lilt" !llll- norkers and the ofllce force rush it mucfi too haid it Is thought Performcis are plentiful and vtiril talent has not been wanting," either In fact, the demand upon the pi inn has been so great that, the Chester Ship yard (hoi nl Club has fallen i behind In practice The double quirtet and the Welsh vocalists fiom around Sci .ni ton also want a little more reheat sing So with Its rtmnval probahlv to the old restaurant building the music box will get a rest, but will pHj for the Chorul Clun and other organizations of the kind The bojs nnd girls who hive depended upon It In the nasi will have to make som other airingement YARD ATHLETES MUST WORK Emergency Fleet Will ot l.cl Men Draw Big Pay for Plaving Should there be unv piofesslon.il Kite ball playeis holding down iinliiipni til jobs In shlpvards and drawing big sal aries for plavlnp nn shlpvard nlnei, thev will be weeded out bv the llmer gene Fleet oi porn ton Howard Coonlev vice president of the corpoiation made that nnnounci ment this afternoon In answei to tho lom lilaint nnde b State Senator Calvin H Page of New Hampshire, that such a condition elsted in the ard at Portsmouth We will countenance nn sucli iction In any of the shipyards" Mr Coonlev (.aid e believe that It Is a good thing to stimulate Interest in the su premacv of anv vard nvei another In sports hut the men should be primarilv workers ' PLAN HOUSE PARTIES FOR HOG ISLAND GIRLS altin soplilsthitei oldei brnthei In two more vnutig 1'iltuis nnswurd the timid In 'lullj l)n vnu think weie ll Ron to liivea goof turn" at the Hendlng Term. Inal Mitlnn tncHv as twentv-fle Ixii" of fnrelgn birth ni anrcsttv aw iltd n train 'nr itrecn l.ane where tlieii len div mitlng rponsoird bv the lied Cm In giving inunttv week vacitlnns to snldlets chlldien will be spent. Ml rlein nnd smooth with fiesll blouse iiul hill veiv wet af'et in e Hi biuhing thf pirtv met at tin- sta tion tnativ nf them a half hour befnie thev wite din' loiil strangers of ten nt twelve veirs became gieit ti lends I e fore lr I Haitung of the Home Servlu depigments committee on i nun try -vocations week Miss I.ouls MIon ic-nresent-itlve nf lhe lunior -erv Ice I orps, Na Innil I eagu foi Unmans Service and i-evetil sniial servhe worker had rounded up the i rnwd ind counted ti(ii i Tonv spoke wltn authnrltv born nf epei lend w lie ii he assured the w Ide eved vuungei bins nf tin good t'mt om lng I w is thtie three summers ago he explaimd V nu swim and plav base bill nnd evervthing I hev rt certalnlv good tn nu out tlirte nd Timy H vnuncei bintiiei. Paul I and !ojfph whot delight was wordles looked al it h nther ind nodded belief Itussl ins Poles and Italians i om tmsid in. Jitll. Kinup Mothers hovered nei snim nf 111. vounger rhatis blllsii ing link an i'i isiotial uniulv curl Mis Ilobinskv nmthi i nf 1 dward and iKe nuineinus Ills Hiriinn Knliini.kv wlin his twn sons witll lilt (idols nd pinudU o thevp armv one been theie tlitee veils and the other twn vcirs William anil Joseph Glgltottn with native Itsillin grate kept, laps tightlv ilutrhed In thelt hinds while waiting fnr the tialn fm there were iiutntrnus kind I idles i in lllatlnc uinotig them Mv fathet Is In the armv slid Wll II un and so Is nn uncle, h r ink Hallo fnthei s name s Josi f lilgllnttn He on- M '"t&i nnf of three plant In this countrv t't ' tor the minufacture of Teuls machine, guns for the Fulled ftntcs nrmy Is to lie In operation In this cltv wllhln ilxty lays The Savage i ms Cntnpanv which ai re idv ha plants at Sharon Lawrence Countv Pi it I'tlca V X and In listed long time ago And here v II- I Connecticut has purchased the plant of the siir Sheppud Compxnv stays iiianufacturers at llrle avenue nnd Sep. viva stieet lure and will start shortfy o Install machinery for the manufacture of the Lew Is- gun The Sivagc i ompanv exclusively has the "i ntnets fnr manufacture of the Lewis guns fm iim I v the United States rmv ami lias found It necessary lo nlirgi Its npentions Lewis nmliliip gun? have neen used ilninst exi!iisiil in the present war Him s snft-eynl mother loiurihuted We bad i littel tluee weeks ago lies all light Hern simt In his leg though, tluee limes 1 got fnui chll drin she i em uked one a little girl nine veal" Hernaid 'haiiln Ihirteen vears old Is going to his Hi st Vtiieiicnii pirtv and in broken Hiisslan hi siid lf. i.u dad tn tie with l lit of mini bnys 'I Imp been but nlin months In tills cnuntiv lie expl lined 'and 1 have no' om elsi ,iii nn hr.itliei He his In en ' six months In liaiulng ciinn Mv fntlui and mother up dead I was brought to In the tliltisb I lie Buti Was offered to merU-. ni, a ship In a la.lv wlmt,,ok , ,lltrd VllIes , , ,mentor but me to Mil .gn and there mv mother , ,,.,,, ,,,, ,lffM. nunl.rou, ,, met me He hopes soon in en abroad r .i r. . '"u- l"'fl ,n,l flffhi Hiiro.ui n fa,or r the riiowning machine gun ,l '" ind in k bin. rifle Failure to obtalh Then was v ,, shermin who has il u, imple 'numbei rf Drowning guns brother with tin inlnr and uttavlana .tilcklv how.vii resulted In contiacts Iteiii7iili ind Vninnlo .Matteo Thomas lining gtv n the nvagi people for Lewis DI L-uirli Liwreme St. II , lames gun n'.nVi leiTl" inl'ri" 1.'." I"".""',0 ' T1P '"' f11 ,h' 'a' U"ri " ' , ,..u x ., 1 J", "V0, U"."n'" consummated quletlv The property In- laselo Mi.Ii.Ip --plzzirc Lulgl l,r- volv((l s3, 'feet bv 48., feet bv 750 rii-ina Lulgl loco,,,, nrwl.. Clniiulno I f, rfIf is ..ss-ed at $180 ono It in and a doen m s others all of whom Llurtps hPlcrH, two ,n(, , hree-story were anonipinied In a do. tor s . i till- hulldlngs c-itp lo hov thei might Mftly 1 en- , . ... , . .. trusted with other vniingsters without " l" ' "P" did that within two months siiriiiding measles, wliooiilnc .niiiri. ,,r ""v "' Pfol'le will have completely I til iiiki i i lit- .1 iicui iiiv-f ni nit' fiaiii Scries of Saturday Evcniti". Kiitertaimncnts at Y.M.C.A, Holiday House, Roxborough iritis I ve b. en in this countrv twentv seven vnis an 1 in almost VmiiUati nnself I got i .1 uigliter eighteen V nit one told tur she had pkked out a -weitlieart fm Inr ind tint he dl.lri t I ne lo go m w ir Mv riiughler 'aid Hut what do I series of Saturday evening house an, ltt, ., f(,i0 ,iat ,lo , KO , rfro parties his been arranged foi the girls Id h. ishiimd lo go on the stieet with of the Hog Island ofllce force The him if he dldn I line i uniform .-.,! lli i t oil Its rvtlnu 11 lit Wa turnait nttt When tin Haln a. aniiouiiced .ml ini,rMn, nti Tti niimiP nf m bovH aie not Iliissl ,ns TievieAniei- ,,1P "unB" "'; l aboitd sinio , ,p etnpi.ned has not been stated determined to have a new pair of boots I pulled them off the German and ar rived In camp with a pair of practically new German cavalry boots on, much to the amusement of some of my comrades he shipping board, has been appointed district chief for this section, with head quarters in the Bourse. The campaign calls for the services of a nfir 1. tint! r irrtA nt nVi In amnlm a from "My first real accident was at Missey lCdp,a,n donn to cabln boy an(1 nciudes The German arillery had opened firedcck am) engneroom otrtcers. seamen, and one of their shells hit a church n,elnen. coal passers, cooks, stewards, steeple near where we were fighting !olers aml ater tenders Those having One of the failing bricks hit me nnd the necessary experience will be placed layed me out It made a long cut right t immediately aboard outbound ships, where I part my hair If we had hadhle ,e ineXperlenced will be sent to steel helmets at this time I would not nautcal or marine englneeis' schools for have -been layed out at, all, but as it officers or to training ships for the rank More Houses at CornwelU Ground was broken today at Corn wells for fifty more framo houses for workmen at the Traylor shlpvard These houses will have from four to seven roortis and will cost nbout 1BOO each They are to be erected north of the shlpvard near the Pennsylvania Rall load The first twelve will probahlv be ready for occupancy within two months and thereafter h dozen will be completed each week If the schedule does not break down In addition to these and other houses erected by the Traylor Company, 130 large tents have been put up, and the old barracks have been converted Into a dormltorv accom modating 40" men affairs will take place at the 'i AI C A Holiday House, at lloxbotough July 13, " .'0 and JT The girls are looking forward to the entertainments with keen Interest f h. flist two Saturdays will afford accom modations for onlv tvventv -five girl3 but the last will take care of fifty The girls will go to (he countrv Sitaii div immediately after vw-k at noon and lemain there until Sundiy evening The time will be spent In many forms of outdoor sporl, Including swimming and boating Chaperones will he pro vlded S D rerrK physical dlrcctoi In the industrial lelatlons building at ( Hog Island Is taking applications for , the parties I PLAN "FAMILYNIGH1S". Fira of Series for Sun Shipyard Work- f ers This Evening The first of a series of ' family nights a.Tanged bv the Sun Ship Comp-inv for Us workmen and their families will be held this evening In the V M C Auditorium "-evenlh street and LMg mont avenu" Chestel The 'Welsh Choil of Marcus Hook m der the leadership : "limo.nv Davis will give a concert Prof H T liaunt will be the pianist Thp compinv but ton will admit to the affair I Me, I t,ot twn s,,ns in the Anierkan lining machine th-,t offers to boil, weigh , '' '"" "h"l",1ir,1 nll,nl """'V, !Pr 8a,e' and read the future or the weighed " " '' '" nca "' he corn- " pinv but when a representative of the 'Well how m 1 gonna know how fat sivage people In search of a suitable I get If I don t weigh- asked Innte HIle for a new f ictorv Informed the when frantic llueats of his missing the nutlets of the stove plant that it was whole show were hurled icross the needed fm the manufacture of guns, nowd bv n comrade nd ihc foitune thev agreed to dispose of It it once The on hK slip had the ominous wni.l slnve manufacturing machinery will be you must pav mote ait.nllon to de- moved lo the compinv s jilant at Ilaltl- talls 'I bis Is impor ant ' moic 55 A SCO. A ASCO. ASCO. and file, as the case may be The latter, after a brief Intensive Instruction period, will be ellblgle to qualify for berths as WOODEN SHIP EMBARGO OFF was my peaked khaki hat probably saved my life. "It was at' La BassA In mv last charge 'oyer the top' that I got In the licensed officers way of a bullet which finally took me out of the firing line During the mid dle of the bayonet charge we had fallen to the ground, as was our custom, and taken a. shot at the coming Germans i , Government Allows Buildinc Up was Just In the act of rising when a. , rr t- j i IO 1UU 1 OIIH UCUUWClglil The Kmergency Fleet Corporation has lifted the embaigo on the building of wooden sailing vessels or motor-drive vessels either for American or foreign private ownership. Teservlng. however, the right first to approve ouch building. In a general order given .out by How ard Coonley. v Ice president of the nmergency Fleet Corporation, a resolu tion to this effect adopted at a meeting of the shipping board June 4 and signed by Lester SIsler, secretary of the board, was embodied The resolution reads: "Resolved, That the United States shipping hoard will encourage the build ing of wooden (Billing vessels or motor- driven vessels, eithei for American prl vbullet struck me in the right eye, passed out below my ear, tore a piece out of my shoulder and dropped me like a log "Eventually I recovered consciousness sufficiently to crawl forward and diop Into a trench, which fortunately had been caputred by the British The bat tle was still going on I lay there tn the mud at the bottom of the trench until early tn the morning A comrade seeing my foot move pulled me out from be neath a couple of dead men and gave me a little aid, such as he could As the trench was being Bhelled heavllv I real , lred that I would soon die unless I got out of that position so I determined to take a chance in the open 'On June 18, 1915. I got my discharge) from the army I then returned to Knu- land and worked in the arsenal at Woolwlchs until coming to the United States, In October, 1D15" WAR CROSSWDEAD MARINE Lieutenant Miles, of German town, Honored by Persbing Lieutenant Thomas H Miles, son of Thomas H, Miles, 610 West Upsal Mr'tt O rmaitown wlo was k1 led In action June 6 while fighting with the United States marines before Chateau Thierry, has been awarded the distin guished service cross posthumously by General Pershing Word of the honoring of the local ou'h. who las. Jnlv natr'ed Miss Vancy Smyth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Calvin M. Smyth, 224 West Walnut lane, Ger mantown, was contained In an official communique from General Pershing The lieutenant's wife, in a letter re ceived fram L'eutenant J, F, Blanton. tt a M C. last week. learned that her 3hu'ind was killed bv i hel' wnlle leading nis men in auacx aguinsi win Germans BIG BOILER SHOP AT SUN YARD r Largest of Kind on Atlantic Coast Planned at Chester Plans are out for a big boiler-making shop to be erected by the Sun Shipbuild ing Company at Chester With an an nual capacity of 250 boilers of from 1000 tjj J500 horsepower each, this will be the largest marine boiler shop on the Atlantic coast. The largest at present Is that now operated by the Pusey & Jones Com pany at Gloucester, which has an output of about 200 boilers annually. The Sun Company's present shop turns out only .Km, BAinlv.fliA hollers n vpnr Twn v are required for each ship. The Hun '.Company weeps nve snip-vaya going rne .boilers to be made at the new shop 'wljl be available to any other uhlpyaid that may need them Rome-tihlpyards lack tntlrely boll-r.rnUklnr'faclIltl. vate account or foreign account up to 1000 tons deadweight, provided such building receives the approval of the Fleet Corporation as a manufacturing proposition; upon completion the ves sels to be permitted to take the flag of their owners; it being Understood that the vessels will be free of requisition during construction; should the military necessity arise, however, the board re serves Its right to commandeer all such vessels; the action taken herein being subject to the concurrence of the truo tees of the Emergency Fleet Corporation" aWIMsHPT ISJ BaalaiV No truck is better than the service back of it. We promise service and give it. Larson Oldsmobile Co. 231-33 North Broad Street TI IMASTERK kwtaw MASTER Emphatically Your Time To Buy Good Clothing ! William H. Wanamaker's July Sale offers thousands of dollars' worth of standard all-wool clothing at real savings ! THE CLOTHING is of such good cloths and is so carefully tailored that we are certain any mer chant tailor would ask you double the price for the same fabrics made-to-measure and he would not 4 ask too much!- $45.00 Suits during July will sell for $35.00 $40.00 Suits during July will sell for $30.00 $35.00 Suits during July will sell for $27.50 ' $30.00 Suits during July will sell for $25.00 $25.00 Suits during July will sell for $20.00 Every man who intends to participate in the savings of this sale (which comes but once a year) may be sure we are not offer ing any laggards "slow-selling" styles or picked-over "job-lot" ' clothing the whole collection is new and good and fine and all of it is taken from the regular season through stocks of the new .store : $45,$40&$35MerchantTailoring)djJ55 Cf Clothes built to individual measure) IP - This figure entitles our customers to the regular standard of tailor ing, trimming and exactness of fit which our expert cutters assure you, just the same as if you were paying the regular full (and fair) prices. William H. Wanamaker 1217-19 Chestnut Street A S c o A s c o A s c o A s to I nir STORES CO 1IC N ASCO. ASCO.. (,.t....f...4"4i' ' ' I ASCO. A S C o The Problem of Keeping Your Table is Easily Solved By Our Producer to Consumer Plan The sociologic and economic arrangement of peoples renders it impracticable for everyone to have their own farm. All cannot be pro ducers of food any more than manufacturers of clothing or the builders of ships. All have their diverse duties to perform in the great family of all the people. The JftlriH&N is a direct link in the chain that brings the producer and consumer together, that connects the farmer, the miller, the packer, every producer of food with the household table. This is why your table cost is less with us than elsewhere and why every American Store is packed full of Customers from Mon day Morning till Saturday Night. 4re you reaping the harvest of direct purchasing? 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Small Type, But Be Sure to Check Every Item Old Dutch Cleanser, Bluing Ammonia Insectine Dust Brushes, Ea Enameled Pails, Chloride bf Lime ashing Soda I.je can 8c . . Bot. 5c Bot. 9c ...Can 10c 10c, 18c, 2oc Ea. 23c Can 5c. 9c I.b. 2'c Can 10c, 12c Good Qualit) Kice liarlej Corn Klour Baking I'owder 1 anna Noodles Macaroni Sliced Pineapple lb. 10c Asparagus lb. 7c Seeded Haisins lb. 7c Seedless. ICaisins can 5c. 9c S. A. Marrow Beans Pkg. 10c "Soup Beans Pkg. 3c Shrimp 'kg. 10c, 12c Kippered Herring can 14c, 22c t Sardines 20-Mule Team Borax Pkg. 4c, 8c, 12c ! tall can lfic . Pkg. 13c Pkg. 13c lb. 12c lb. 15c can 13c can 15c can 8c. 15c Calif. Peaches, can lGc, 20c, 2Jc Salad Oil Bot. 10c, 20c Hires Extract for Boot Beer ? Asco Beans in Tomato Sauce Bot. 13c can 10c, 15c i .... . The Following Prices in All Our Up-to-the-Minute Meat Markets Rump Round Sirloin .-------"' ' j ASCO. ASCO. 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