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EVENING PUBLIC 'LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1018
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U. S. CASUALTY LISTS
CONTAIN 99 DEA THS
'Army Reports 194 Names Today, While Marines An
, , nounce 18 More 42 Succumb to Wounds.
r 40 Die in Action
Wimhlnitton, July 31.
The army casualty list today shows
K total of 194 names, divided as fol
lows: Killed In action, 36: died of
wounds, 40; died of disease, C; died of
airplane accident, 1 ; died of accident
and other causes, 5; wounded Becrcly,
67; Mounded, degree undetermined, 15;
wounded In action, 24.
The marine corps casualty list today
hoiB eighteen names, divided at fol
lows: Killed In action, 4 ; died of wound-!
received In action, 2; wounded In action,
severely, 12.
ArnlyList
The army list:
SITCKI.n, HENRY V
Ml'NRO. DONALD C.
rtninoke, Ala
Klngn Park, N. Y.
city.
K1M.KTI IX ACTION
C'nptnln
TJSDFOnD. SHCU1Y, Salllt Ste Marie,
Mich.
I.ltnfrnnnt
brrwrthr. nt.noN v.. cmieee par. o
COOPER. WILLIAM E. (4 !lllliboro Inil
HAS8EM,. JOHN IV.. Wllllamston, N. C.
HOPKINH. THOMAS. Wichita. nKn.
' MOODY, RICHARD W." NoAnrk. S p
WOOD, TIU'RSTtlN. r... I0 Slnmk Mreet.
rhllmlelnhin. Pa.
TOUNO, THOMAS H , Now York.
SerreiinN
HUFFMAN. JOHN D . Hlrkorv. N. C.
BARt.KY. PRANK J., Detroit. Mich.
I SMITH, CURTIS E , Rockwood. Tenn.
Corporal
RATES. TERfY J . Rurllncton. Vt.
FOI.OERO. OI1ED H Slater, la
KRAU8S. JOSEPH H . New York cttv.
STEPHENS, WILLIAM, New York Mi.
Mffliantc
HARRIS. FAISON, Oolilaboro, N V
rrlrnleq
ASHLEY, FRED H , Scnl Cm'. Me.
ntITI.UK, DENNIS. Stlllwrll. Okta.
CONRAD. JIM E . Aril"-. Tex.
CUNNINGHAM, THILIP, Gloucester. Ma
nOROAN, M. JOSEPH, Olenilalc, O.
IIOMMON. FRANK P., Huntingdon. Pa.
HOWARD, MICHAEL 11, Lawrence. Mass.
McISAAC. RICHARD, West Lnn. Mass.
McKEBVER. JAMES D. Ilrooklm
MARTINI, ANOELO. Hancock. Maaa
O'NEIU OEOROE L . Colebrook, N. II.
PARISH. MILLARD T.. Smlthllelil. N. C.
.PITTMAN, DANIEL W., Powder Springs.
Oa.
PI.ATT. VVII.T.IAM A., Tnnnndj, Pn.
POLEN. HOWARD M , Ornfino, O.
PRICER, PHILIP J., 233 TaMor utrrrt.
rllt.linrth. Pn.
SMITH, CLIFTON, 20 Chubb itreet. Law-
rence. Mmr.
SUAREZ, MILKS A.. New York cll.
WILTON. THOMAS J . Defcrlet. N. T.
TEAQER, MIKE. Conl Rldsc, O.
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Captain
BOKSt, JOHN T., R T. D. No 2, Arkansas
City. Kan. '
Lieutenant a
ORAT. IIAMON. Laporte. Intl
Sjt.1 Warren
Brl-
Yaklma.
MORRISON. JOHN S . Yonkers. N Y.
STRICKLAND, PAUL 3 , New Haven. Conn
Heriteanta
ATWOOD, PIERCE B., Pcaale, Gaulbert
County. Loulflville. Ky.
BICKHAHT. HARRY J.. 2301 Went Chestnut
avenue, Altoona. Pa.
HARPELL. CARROLL D . Kverett. Mass
MARTIN, EDWARD, 1222 Boston road. New
York cltj.
Corpora!)
BUSKEY. CHARLES M.. Sprlnsfleld. Vt.
CRAVNA. JOHN P.. Lowell, Mass
HEL1.C.REN. MARTIN, ChlcaKO
MOORE. HARRY R.. Oreencastlr. lnd.
MOORE. WALTER I Northampton, Mass.
J. SILK.. GERALD R. I.. Lowell. Mass.
SNYDER, JOHN L . Los Anselcs.
Mechanic
GREEN, GORDON A., Ashland, Mass.
V aioner
ARMS, HAROLD 0 Springfield. Mass
rriiates
AUKST1KALNIS. JOSEPH. South Boston.
BEAN. HOWARD B . Turtle Lake, Wis.
BRADLEY, THOMAS J.. Boston.
CLIFFORD. ANDREW O.. Alton. N. Y.
DOYLE. MAURICE J., Esthervllle. la
KLDREDOE. SETH A.. Qulnrj Mass
EVANS, JAMES E. Ckero, lnd.
GARNER. ROY. Chlckalah, Ark
HUDSON, RALril, 04 South Main street,
Wllken-narre, Pa.
LESNIOWSKI. STANLEY J . Buffalo, N Y.
MANCHESTER. STEPHEN W.. Westbiook,
Me
MARX, JOHN J.. SB!) South Hamoek htreet.
Vtllkes-Ilarre, Pa. . . . .
MORLEY. WILLIAM, M0 A9h street, Ana
conda. Mont.
NORRIB. JAMES B.. Crab Ore hard, Term.
PALM, KLAM II.. Ephrata, Pa.
PANOZZO, DOMENIC, Kankakee, III.
I FAPINEAU. DAVID. Anthonj. R. I.
RIVERS. LEROY. East Hamatcad, N H
SHALLENBERGER, BRADEN W Yuklma.
SYLVIA. ANTHONY K 1031 Davel street,
Fall River, Mass. .
TOLLESON, JOHN. Waldron. Ark.
TRUJILLE, JOSEPH E. r.. Tucumcorl,
N. M. ,
I WILSON, JOHN, Kearney. N. J.
DIED OF IHSKAHE
Corporal
BELL. EDWARD J., 10 bherman avenue,
New York city.
Private v
BURTON, ORLEANIS, IB0 Crescent street,
vBrockton, Maaa
TlThTT.IN. DELMAR M . Farmer City, III.
HARDIN. ROY W.. Crate. Mo
HOLMES. FRANK W.. Seattle. Wash.
1.ANE, ROBERT D., Clrclevllle, O.
DIED FROM AIRPI-NE ACCIDENT
Lieutenant
CLIFFORD. PAUL L. Uruoklvn.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER
CAUSES
Lieutenant
HARRIES. WARREN 0 Washington, D. C.
, Privates
TiRENNAN, PATRICK J,, Astoria. N. Y.
FIELDS, ANTHONY. Lebanon, Va.
MOUNDED SEVERELY
Lieutenant Colonel
CRANE. JOHN A . Baltimore, Md
Captains
Ilt'MPHKKYS, WM ' Crnret, V.
NICHOLSON, JOHN W , Athens, Ga.
x LtrutenanU
ALLEY, WM L . North Emporia, Va.
nivmiAM. BERNARD A . Mantua, O
HRUNAUUH. RICHARD I" .'New York t
COPFIELD. FRED O , South lnd, lnd,
EVANS. ri.OYD r. . liincKiey, ill
riTZOKRALD. DAVID J Mlnden, La.
LYONS, THOMAS S.. Franklin, Tenn.
MURPHY. JEREMIAH V... Brldeeport, Conn.
SCHMITT, RALPH S , Cleveland. O. ,
SPENCE. ALUERT 11 . Auburndalc. Flush-
Inf. N Y. . -
WRItlHT, JOHN E. Mount Plen'nnt1, Pa.
SerpeantH
BOULEY. ARTHUR. Nashua, N H
BUSHMAN, HENRY R . St Louis, Mo
CARROLL CLEMENT I" . Mollne. Ill
MARTIN. HOWARD, (Inensburir. K
fcOCIIA. HENRY J ..Port Huron. Mich
WILLIAMS, RALPH O , Morrlslown, Tenn
CorporaN
nURNIIAM. CARL It , Wolcott, Vt.
CORMIER. EVIILE. Mltllnockct. Me.
FOSTER. HERBERT II . Karmlngton. Me
HALL. ARTHUR J , Gloucester, Mass.
Master Engineer
ALLEN. WALTER E , Savannah. Ga.
Cook
HESS. WILLIAM F.. Broad Brook, Conn
LYNCH, WILLIAM 11 , Newcastle, Neb.
Vvneoner
KEAMMEREH. 10STER. Sleelton, Pa.
Private
RAKHR. CLAYTON II . Tulb. N. T.
BOLISKI. MICHAEL. Cleveland. O
BRI1LEY, iIUMEI. A.. Cip North Fortr
fourth street. Philadelphia.
CAMPBELL. RM.PH ..
street, Philadelphia, in.
CROSS. ELI J.. Great Works, M.
EDMAN, ROY F.i 32 Harrison street,
tol. Conn.
FENNER. HARRY R . H. D No 4
Wash.
VIdMtl). OLEN. Satton, Pn.
GIGLIO, FRANK. Hoffmins N Y
till.soN. HENRY, 708 North Elshth street.
Philadelphia.
JOHNSTON, DONALD S .McC'onnelstown,
Pu.
O'NEIL DANIEL J.. Cnnarsle. N Y
RUSSELL. ERNESTH.'.. Nashville. Tenn.
TALLMAN. ANDREW O . Jolkt. Ill
GRANT. SILAS W . Hamilton. Masi '
HARRIS. GUS Lisbon. O
HEINRICH. WILLIAM 15., Ltbinon, Ore
HUGHES. OEOROE W. Jcbs. O
KATHER.MAN. BENJAMIN H'. St Ix)ula.
KENTIELl). BENJAMIN II , Murrui. la
KUNIEVWHKY. BEN, MlnnenpWIS, Minn.
LENHARD, FRANCIS L. insetown, Mich
1,1IJA. AXEL. 24J Uranlte strcit. Qulncy,
ilcENEI.LY. THOMAS 1.. Mirll.oro. Mass
McQUADK. JOSEPH I , I'lainvnie. .intf"
MALONEY. JOSEPH E . OwcnncM,
MAi.TvtAV ill-ni!KRT. Hart. Mich
MOREHOUSE HARRY N . Mclros.'. Minn,
I'KCOR. MELVIN M. St. Clair, Mlih
PIERCE. JAMES II . Clarence. Vn
niTAT.t.v niTVTvKii n. Gulli. Minn
ROUh ;. NELSON II, vinnroe-v-iiv, .i"
SEII.ER, JOSEPH P., 620 Ann street
lloboken, N. .(.
SELAND. EWALD. Dennlson. Minn
SirABMAN-. THOS . Belllcld, N. D
TAHDIFF. EMILE. Madison, Me
TRUMAN. W.M. W. Cleveland. O.
VENAB1J-:. MARTIN, Winston jaicm. .
WHITE, BRUCE, Battle CreeU, .vncn.
WOUNDED tlleitree I'ndetermlned)
Lieutenant
CALVIN. HARRY L. Brooklyn, N. .
DAVIS, THOS. H , HI I'aso. in
DIXON. FRANK M. Blookljn, N. Y.
Serceanta
FAUCK. FRANK. Oshkosh. Wis
OBERhlElNER. FRANK, Oshkosh. Wis
Corporal
STEINERT, AUGUST, Oshkosh, Wls.
Cook
KIECKHEAFER. HENRY, Oshkosh. Wis.
Privates
DAVIS. RAY. Rkhnood. O
t.ROIKmsKI. WALTER, Dickson. In.
JAMES, WORTHEN E., Pusio, Wach
KLOT,. FRANK. Oshkosh, Wis
RUPPEL ELW1N A , Hcirtonvllle, vls
SMITH. RAY, Oshkosh. Wis
SUGER.MAN. SAMUEL. Broklyn.
WORK, FRED T., Columbus. O.
MlSSINtl IN ACTION
Lieutenants
ROSED1SPY. CARLYLE RHODES, Tcrre
Haute, Inl
THOMPSON, SIDNEY I', Ithaca, N. Y
Sergeants
ROWER. WILLIAM M . Amity. Ore.
THORPE, WILLIAM II.. Chester. Pu.
Privates
BOLLINGER. ISAAC. Jeffersonvllle. lnd
CIIESOI.OSKY, CIEORGE. Mi Donald. Pa.
DUCABAGE, ADAM J , Stnnwood. Sikh.
OArtLAND. GRADY L . Cornelia. Ga'
GOODRIDGE. ARTHUR A.. '3417
street. Chicago
HAWKINS. CHARLES F.. Ford W. Va
JORDAN. CLIFTON M , Malta, Mont.
KOHLMORUAN. WILLIAM
Neb.
KRANZMBVEH. HENRY. Chicago.
LAWSON. CALVIN J . Uk. Wash
McKHHIEN. ROBERT It.. FreepgrL III
MIENERT. KDWARD W
Private
NORTON, WALTER V , Lake City, la,
DIED OF WOUNDS
Mnrlne (lunner
CORNELL, WALTER, Eustls, 1 la.
Private
ROWALD. HORACE H . Wharton. Tex
SEVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION
Corporals
DAVIS. ROGER W. Mulkevtonn. 111.
LEVEY. BENJAMIN, Chicago.
Privates
BARRIOS, JOHN E , New Orleans.
BROWN, JAMES J , Jefferson. Oa.
MYERS, ROBERT II New York city.
OTTEN, PAUL A 323 West Carson street,
Pittsburgh. Pn.
ROBERTS. WALTER A , Hnrveisburg. O
SMITH, CLARHNCH L , Talladega Springs.
Ala.
PHF.WOrsLY REPORTED MISMNtl IN
AITION. NOW ERI'OKTED KILLED
IN ACTION
Privities
DellAM.V, JOHN T.. ( onshohnrkrn. Pa.
PLEISCII. CECIL W , Anderson, Cal
MJPWORKERSHEIP UNCLE SAM
i SERVICE DAY AT EDDYSTONE , GIRLS AT SUN YARD
MINGLES GARDENING
WITH SHIPBUILDING
DISPLAYS PRETTY RING
Miss Howen's Clrrlet Interests
Company Office Force
Sun
SHIP MEN EN
Fourteen Industrial Service
Newr York Plint,
Fourteen active) members i
PLAN ORGANIZATION
FREWOISLV REPORTED MISSIMI IN
ACTION NOW REPORTED SKAERELY
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Corporal
HARRIS. ETHAN V. , Toledo, k.
Privates
FULMKR CLINTON W . Concrete. Colo.
O BRIEN. W.M J Clnflnnntl. (I
STEPHENS, EDWARD I,., Dlvonvllle, Pn.
GLOUCESTER TO LOSE GUARD
Infantrymen at Puscy & Jones
Yard "Going Cher" Soon
tllouceater Is KettltiB ready to pay
Rood-by tn the soldier bovs of Coinpany
K, Twenty-second United Stales In
fantry, who havo been Kunrillne the
Pusey & Jones ihlpjnrtls for stmc time
They arc "roIiis over" very shortly and
vlll leavo the uhlprds as soon lis their
successors arrive to take their tilaccn.
One hundred officers and men from
Company A, Thirteenth Hattery. Coast
Ai tillery, havo been detailed there, and
are expecttd most an time now.
Thu town folks vv.111 feel a pans In
p.irtlnj; with th- cldrier." win hive
helped make the summer it pleasant one
The Klrls who have enjoved the cuards'
company on many a jaunt especially te- come,
Krei io see mem leave, vvlillo the, hall
tos-crs who havo faced the soldiers'
team on the Interdepartmental leaKuc s
grounds will miss them moro than the
can tell
New Jersey Yard at Gloucester
Beautified by Supt. Davis's
Landscape Artistry
M A Pavls, ruperlntendent of the
I'usey & Jones New Jersey shlpvard, at
Olouoester, besides beinK a shipbuilder.
Is somewhat of a Innilscipp u.udener
The men of that ard boast the best
looklnc shlp.vard In the country The
I'onnsivlvanla vard. tlcht net to It, Is
cluttered with a lot of sleel. ship ptrls
and one thltiK and another, hence It does
not afford the same possibilities for de
velopment as the New' Jersey plant.
The blK Kreen lawn In front of the
main office Is one of P.tvls's works
The parkins nlonR the automobile road
lcadlnK Into the .ird Is another Men
arc conM.tntl.v looking after the ur.tss
and other tlilnfti that beautify the p'.ioe
Not that Boss Pavls can't find any
thing else for them to do Ho Just
ratuiallv likes the couiitiv and tries to
mako his 1Ik shlpvard look as countll-
Midvalo Eniilofs to Receive
Emblem? anil Hold Celebration
"Service Day" will be lelebrntcd at
the i:.ld)tono plant of the Mldvalo Slecl crrcnlion , jIorc SoriOUS
and Ordnance Coiiiimii Ibis afternoon
Work to Be Object of Fair
Chester Employes
Miss Myrtlo Brown Ucavcii. clerk In (rat BPrvce departmeniof the
ino fun lomiiaii s oincc, nt unester. i si.inuuiMin,; Corporation, .at
has not exactly inado a formal an- ,,,,, ,,, -M inR, nlehl toi
when ovcry empIoe who lias been at the i
plant six months or longer will leretve
a bronze button lienrliiR a dflcn of
crossed rifles, In iCLORiiltlon of that
service
Follow Iiir the presentation of these
emblems, which aie to bo worn In the
lapel ot the coti. iiciureses vviu m- innur
bv C. II Sehlaiks, Kcucral inanaRcr
lot the plant; J I, Tato and V S
I Scliaffcr V A Onrri'lt will bo mas-
I ter of ceremonies i
i The sp'skers will lay stress upon the
'desire of the comp my to eliminate as
far as possible In the filtuie the labor
turnover, which lias been l.iiRc In the
past
;ind will (io all It can to assist them
The (Trick shipbuilders will meit Til
tl.iv eveuiic Io perfect an nipanl itlon
fled ns possible. Mor.vner, he lullevcs Tin have been divided Into cl.i'-se.
It paS to Rive his men a bit of rust.c geiljatutn yW.. Mhnj.N
scenery llpht tn tlio vaid to help them i and olhei subjects that tend to fit them
throuRh the week's Rrlnd ' " '" American life, paitltul.til In the
A btt.inRer Is struck with thctc and " ',', ,), a'ns ,, ,tiu loreiRMP,s ln t.
otuei imnRH mere vu me i miimiirs i .... i1n.p ,imillr p aiih nnd Inve ,i.
in. ..i. . . .. .. , ,. . ,,. .
re ill Rot a stall ill me nesiicii uncc
llon. The nlRht classes arc itpoitcd to
l'un has onlv beRini nl the Sun Shlp
nid, Tt Chester The advent of the
Klrls who take dictation lallle the
t.vpcwtlteis a fid keep tabs on most
eveiv thine ill the oftli e. Including the
"bovs," has liken the kail In amuse
ineiiln Thv are rtIiir to orp.,nl"', and the
bovs rip depend on It that im affnlt w (II
bo innsldeiid ipiite complete vltbout
them Week-end pulles exclusions nnd
lances will fo-m the principal rene.i-
Three Hundred Attend Niit; tinns. but the gir'B mc going t undei
Sebool in Preiiaratioii 1 1 ll ,n,", M(,"nl" ",K ln '''""
About 3011 Creeks working In the Sim Thev are to hive their flist meetinp
shlp.vnrd Chester want to be Ameil- at the Sun ofilco next I"rliHv at noon
cntilrtd, and have oiginlred Willi thit wh-n an niRirlr.itlnn will be prifirtid
object pilnclpilly In view The service , r.rrv one of tin' hundred or mine g1''-
department Is liiteiestcd in their plan-. )n tl)p onlrc, ,lnil j lr( q ,iteiesl-d and
jlv ill attend the meeting if luncheon ha"-
GREEKS TO BECOME CITIZENS
nounceinent, but iipparcntl) no effort has ,0 rome lo lown nna stoW n goo& 1
been made tn cover up the pretty en- .. nlnnned as n sort of net-to
gaKement rliiR she has been sporting aU,?.nn8 a success? X
for several davs. i "".""'"... . , .. ,k
lldctl. Is tho , 'lie men wiiw iw . , 1 V T
second part ' elfare of tliousands of lilporf
dr.-u "iVe. ly tacklfng a new mess "chatted jver 3
si. Join the I f"ro matters, with tho result thai . w 1
If " does ' eral new Ideas were advanced, to;
In he ore he! tried oift In the ard . . L-
Hou.lld Kellv
paitv of the fit st, oi lather, second part
So date has been set for the nuptial,
so rnr as could lie learned
Is in the draft and expects
fltthtlng forces In Pi mice
tho ptrson will be called in before he
have MIsp linvvcn also lives In (Hen
olden. She Is onI seventeen
Camden Sliipnien Uahc Flag
The first UnR-ralsIng In the new de
stiover vnrd of the New Vork Shipbuild
ing Coiporatlon, at Camden, took place
lodav at noon The new plate and nnRlo
simp won tiie nonor or unruriinR the em
vaid band plaved patilotic alls,
puni i)c u .viouvet siioke
vv t rtoneillet. head of the ae
ment, was host, and all tils guM
hos" who assist him In thei
v.-.i Aeoiuintit w. o. Morrow was
. 1.' r U-oUnr !". IV. ROVntOIt l
Slgert ITelnnd were among the KuetU.$! J
Walt h Seeks Senate I'Mte -y&i
llonlnn, July
Cor- la candidate for the Democratic nomMiv
3 1 Former uov ernvr r.
blem Ihnploves bought the IIiir The David I Walsh, has announcea ninwiCj
Hon ot United States senator. .!
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I ?vy i
J0 r Store Opens 9 A.M. f CXJti'l
i u) F jEf , - 9. Bk 0& &" '
..
bo K"ttlnc Rood results
SIIIPWOHKKU ATTACKEI)
RAISE FLAG AT Y0RKSH1P
Corporal Monvet Speaks at Gath
ering of Workmen
Only one outsider Rot Into the flap
raising esterday at noon at Yorkshlp
Village, South Camden, whero tho Xew
Vork Shipbuilding Corporation Is going
to house thousinds of Its workmen
niai was corporal uscar Jlouvet, one
nr. ,,1.ilnlr timrt.drl ullti iintim t,lnt.,u '
"this Is the blacksmith shop," and "this
the plate and angle shop," etc. There
are not o nnnv visitors at these places,
save on launching and other big occa
sions, but the .vaid boss savs It pis to
show them a Rood time w hea thev do
Ucrcives A1cjrc lie Is Wauled at
Phis Is not all i:very road and bv-. n. .....i I. ni..
roid in the ard has a name, taken i
from nnmes of the various foremen Charles Hess, night forennn of Hie
For examnle. thero Is Yerkes street. ' P'-nfo nti.1 J.nglo slu.p of tlie IVnnsv lv.ini .
PRETTY GIRLS AS MESSENGERS
i.i... i iiu.,n.,i. ft ii .i- t . .i
named after Dave Yerkes In charge , ' '.Vwit near tl.V shlpVa d g! e Vie
tho machinery erecting and repair shop !"" 'L,,1., ,lp,ch !lbout the head bv
two negroes
Hess had an nigiinient with a liloinev.
ter man on Mondiv night nnd he link a
blackjaik ava f i mn the man Hi savs
c i . t i -ir r . 'he received a telephone mess iK, Ui.it
btippl.tllt Hoys and Men t'llt OI1 he was wanted at home at nine Whn
M iss
national service section's
I of the
spenkeis
About 4000 men under Works Kgtc
man J. K. nankin, who are building the
homes there, dropped their tools long
cnoURh to rale a liamNome flag on top
of tho clock tower In the center of the
village. The corporal, who has enter-
tnlned the slilpworkers all alonR the
I Delavviuo Hlver with his recital of ex
periences nnd observations at the front
in fiance. spoic to mo crowd. , tie
Otber Work
Visitors nt the Sun shim aril, Chester,
often hcai calls for a messenger imiR
lnlo their surprise when a pretty girl
with stunning imlfoim of blue and el-
i low, tops up, salutes nnd stands at at
tention
This i one of the InnovatUns at the
ard. Men nnd boys who formeih ran
all errands have been put on other work
which only masculines should do. and
theso girls, of whom there aie ten,1
havo taken their placis They dellvei i
all Intcrdepaitmental mall as well, audi
tho expel Iment has pleased all around
rue memneio ot mis roree aie maun
ho started for home he wnv attacked
to be postponed
All expert social seivlce wukor Is ti
nddiess them, with the view nl itart'iic
them out upon a e.mer vv Inch will me in
imn Ii to the shlpwoikers and tlnlr lam
libs The girls are Rolng to take upon
themselves the cue of the sick and In
jured, In co-opeiatlon with tho hospital
staff
.1 Leonard Mason, head of the service
df piitnient. slaitid the ball lolling when
, ho hiiggestid tn Miss Sal ill lanus-tlnt
the ghls g t Ingethti nnd whoop thing"
up MKs Ilex l.e, ils. Miss Mm) I. in Walk
ei nnd two telephone opeiatois, Miss
Anna Dnughcitv and Miss Josephine
1'iilev. .e also taking leading parts la
the movement
till Is In the old Wctherlll plant, now
the iniiipinvs boiler and engine shop
I probably will be taken Into the main
ofilco of the nigaiiir.itlnn This place I
siune distance from tho in tin ofilco. bu
the gills there are all kcenlv Intel i slid
In good nniuvemonts and pi iv no Utile
put in the social life of the shlpaiil
nnd also of the town
fiom vailous points around, Chestei
lo sire to make tho affair ns uneeromnn. ' The head of It Is Mrs 11 t: Chanillee of
West oua as possible caused the ofilclals to Mo Ian, with the unk of eaptnln
C.
The
Issuo no Invitations to nnv nutslriets
The N'ew York "ship" band placd pa
tilotic airs.
Thirty Qualify for Patrolmen
The Civil Service Commission an
nounced today that thirty applicants for ! ter
ponce p.uroimen quauneil for appolnt-
others are IJeutenant Mrs1 Hart, of
Walllngfoid: Misses Katherlno Powell,
of Chester; IllUa Damon, of I.anlwnn;
Doi-othv He;, I,.iiim1ow no ; Mlldicd Ilob
lnson. Media, Itence Illgtiy, Media: I,e
noie Jackson, Media: AHie Weies, Wal-
llngford, and rlcaance Stoevcr, Ches-
ment in the latest civil service exnmlna
tlon Another examination will bo hold
August 8 to relieve the shortage of
policemen, which Is still acute.
I'helr uniforms are trimmed with a
lellow collai, with white silk kev stone
on each side, a llow stripe around the
cuff and they wear blue hats and brown
belts.
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ANOTHER GROUP
Of Wonderfully Smart
ilk Dresses !i
SATINS, gu
CREPES DE CHINE, J
SILK TAFFETAS,
GEORGETTES,
s7-rxi ctmr'irc
tyv jcivucj "J.-" mt '
And vvi can readily sav nti villi not find their equaIIW.v
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lillj w nei e" ai inn I'm" i.'j ,w, ,t iiuiiii ,hw,d veVHl
Tunic and plain skirls, and trimmings of braid or-fe.w':
fringe and fane collars and cuffs. Surplice, normalftJMi
and stialght-llno effects fiWi '
k ri - . rf m .'fc'MWS
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,Dn cv: iooj vunu ir. '4
Hut one or two f a kind All size
ft
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$1.50 Lingerie WAISTS
g $1.50 & $2 Wash SKIRTS $
i WAlvITQ N'eat voll.s and lawns SKIRTS A U
WAISTS
with 1 ii e and emhtoid
iv tiliumlliRs Also spoil OQ
nodels ot eoloicd voiles 'Ot
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fe-
rir vnrietx' or
stvles In gabardines
i emis and nlnues. Pocket,
belted and button trimmed
B&mmti BASEEV8ENT
Women's $7.50 to $10 flj
VOILE DRESSES v
(iintlniiliifr the sale of n. tipr purchase
I i i.m TMill ninliililn'u iTfnntst 111 ikpi
Choice of pink, blue, grav and white Vzes up to 10
5
Women's Silk Taffeta
Dresses,$9.98
A doreii st lea for chclce,
with georgette sleeves
s' is up to 1 1.
Women's Sleeveless
Sports Suits & Coats
Of washable materials.
iMns nnd velvets.
$2.75 to $6.98
kjTHE HOME OF STYLE AND ECONOMY;
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Iowa
Lincoln,
ClllCHEO
13." 3 Hrudley st.
West
JIYSI.IWIKC. TAIIIAN
ClllCHEO.
PBAItPOV. OTTO. OnrlUnd N V.
rilOCHAZKA. JOSIIPH ( , ."tn
Tnent -fourth piiice, I'hlcaco.
RKINS. tlKOROn, Hlerllng. III.
STHCIII.K, imtUY II.. (iardenvlllr. Pa.
TllKIlOiT. FRANK. 15 West Tourth
street. HI. Paul. Minn
HKKTZ, KKI I'ottMonn, Pn.
Z1KA, CHAKI.KK. Cduarilsvllle, III.
Marine List
The Marino list follows:
KII.I.KI) IN ACTION
- HerBtnnt
JEFtTtESS, WILLIE R., Kaufman, Tex,
UTTLE
CASH
$40 A
MONTH
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Single Stone Houses Standing Alone
Little Cash r$40 a Month Carrying Charges
Opposite 69th Street Terminal of Murket StrecElevateH
One So fare
Vn r.hanae of cars
16 minute to City Hall
"Trains every S minutes n rush hours
Every 4 minutes during day and night
i.ibi belnb completed, single, detached homes w Ith room for garage. Qpen
Jr. .11 sides bright, airy rooms the very house, you have been wanting.
ijvSL rSonTwitTi atone fireplace. KlectVIo outlets for floor lamps, tabfe
1. fan and acuum cleaner. The laige main bedroom has windows on
ihr 'sides. Tiled balhrooni. with built-in tub and showert Parquetry
kJSS. hot.water heat. etc. No better or more convenient location. Come
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cAuqust 'Tfiimiture Sale
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The Most Attractive Display and Greatest Values:
For the Great Army
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ho Keep the Home Fires Burning
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HERE are more homes in Philadelphia and near
by towns to be furnished than ever before. Many
thousands of our brave boys are fighting for the
Flag, but many more thousands are working in the
great, vitally important INDUSTRIAL AND BUSI
NESS ARMY at home. This is the nation's very
centre of the WAR-SUPPORTING activities. Armies
of men, both young and old and armies of women,
too are fighting behind the lines, and it is their
THE Strawbridge & Clothier August Sale of Fur
niture, Metal Bedsteads and Bedding was plan
ned for this great Home Army and we now see
even more clearly than while making these larger
preparations, how fortunate it is that our STOCKS
ARE LARGER THAN FOR ANY FORMER SALE.
Some of our largest and most attractive purchases
have come from quite unexpected sources. For
example, a wonderful lot of handsome Bedroom Fur
niture comes into this Sale because a Government
contract necessitated the almost complete diversion
of the factory's space and activities to war work, and
the closing out of its stock of Furniture.
jV
OST of the special purchases of close-out stockifc
sample lines and discontinued designs are
marked at genuine SAYINGS OF THIRTY TO?
IV,rircrPVT7r7i7! PT.P PRMT ,tho Rarlt. 17,,1,-,1'titwkt
, ;, A ' r , " , , V x v , e.1-1"";1: x """ -A
reierrea to win oe soia at a reaucuon oi o per cent;;??
while our ENTIRE STOCK IS REDUCED from' lfljV
to 50 ner cent. Altogether, our display of' beautiful?
iti1 - i1 j TTIT7
ana aesiraoie ana practical rurnuure is Jii
JLvu ALiiiiJ we Know it, ana now customers every.;
day are telling us their own comparisons provet,
Buy Furniture where you find the BEST SELJ
TION of the kind of Furniture you wont and
not buy until you COMPARE.
work, never lagging, that will keep our incomparable
soldiers well equipped and INSURE VICTORY.
Bedroom, Dining-room, Library, Living-room and Novelty Furniture in Great Variety. Every Suit and Pie
in the Store at a Guaranteed Reduction savings Average One-third.
i STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER FURNITURE, THIRD FLOOR; METAL BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING, FOURTH FLOOR, EAST i,;
MARKET STREET'
EIGHTH STREET
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